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Palestinian homicide bomber murders three Israelis
The Jerusalem Post (www.jpost.com) reports that a Palestinian homicide bomber has murdered 3 more Israelis:
Two of those killed were the security guards, a man and a woman, who blocked the path of the suicide bomber and would not let him into the eastern entrance to the mall.
A third Israeli died of his injuries in Afula's Haemek hospital.
Northern district police chief Maj.-Gen Yaakov Borovsky confirmed that three people were killed in the attack, including the suicide bomber.
Fifty people were wounded in the attack, thirteen seriously. Of the thirteen, four are reportedly in a 'very' serious condition with head wounds. The remainder are in light to moderate condition.
While the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Hamas, and Arafat's Al-Aksa brigades continue their murderous campaign of homicide bombings targetting Israeli women and children, the United Nations were discussing the "roadmap for peace".
It is clear there is no wish for peace on the Palestinian side. There is only hatred, racism, and the execution of homicide bombings in the name of Islam. The "moderate" Palestinians do nothing to stop their racist and fanatic groups from continuing their killing, so the Israeli army has to step in.
A Palestinian State and peace are very far away.
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