Arafat's Palestinian terrorists shoot Israeli in the head

I just heard on Israeli radio that Palestinian terrorists from Arafat's terrorist group "Al-Aksa brigades" have deliberately shot an Israeli in the head. The Jerusalem Post (www.jpost.com) reports:

Palestinians shot and killed Israeli citizen Zion Boshirian, 50, a resident of the northern West Bank Jewish community of Mevo Dotan, Wednesday afternoon.

Palestinian gunmen ambushed Boshirian's car as he was driving, alone, on a road between the settlements of Mevo Dotan and Shaked, adjacent to the Palestinian town of Jenin. They shot him in the head. Boshirian, severely wounded, managed to shoot back at his assailants but fell unconscious and later succumbed to his wounds while being treated by paramedics on the site.

Mr. Boshirian's wife is pregnant and his son was to celebrate his Bar-Mitzvah next week.

Many Palestinians and leftist fascists support such barbaric murders, since killing Mr. Boshirian and other Israeli "settlers" is acceptable in their eyes. I say it isn't - for every men, woman or child murdered by Palestinian terrorists we should create more settlements and make their lives as hard as possible (click here for the article "Land for War: a solution to stop the Palestinian terrorist attacks on women and children" for more details).

If the Palestinians ever decide that peace is better than intolerance, hate and murder, we might think about giving them an independent State of Palestine (see the Palestine page for details) - in the meantime let's increase the budget for settlements by tenfold.

I copy the full article below.





Israeli killed in West Bank shooting identified (UPDATE)
By THE JERUSALEM POST INTERNET STAFF, Mar. 19, 2003
http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?
pagename=JPost/A/JPArticle/
ShowFull&cid=1048050188416

Palestinians shot and killed Israeli citizen Zion Boshirian, 50, a resident of the northern West Bank Jewish community of Mevo Dotan, Wednesday aftrnoon.

Palestinian gunmen ambushed Boshirian's car as he was driving, alone, on a road between the settlements of Mevo Dotan and Shaked, adjacent to the Palestinian town of Jenin. They shot him in the head. Boshirian, severely wounded, managed to shoot back at his assailants but fell unconscious and later succumbed to his wounds while being treated by paramedics on the site.

Soldiers gave chase after the gunmen, armed with a Kalachnikov rifle, who managed to flee the area.

Responsibility for the shooting was claimed by the Al Aksa Martyrs' Brigades, an offshoot of Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's Fatah organization.

The IDF had issued orders for all Israelis traveling the road, according to which they are obliged to travel in IDF-guarded convoys. Boshirian had ignored this order. Settlers talking with Israel Radio said Boshirian acted correctly; they said IDF soldiers at a nearby checkpoint, who had seen him driving by alone and had not stopped him, should be investigated.

Posted by David Melle
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