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March 31, 2006
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Palestinian terrorist murders elderly couple and 18-year-old woman

JTA.org reports that a Palestinian terrorist has murdered three Israelis:

Suicide bomber kills four
3/30/2006, Link

A suicide bomber disguised as an Orthodox Jew killed four people in the West Bank.

An elderly couple had picked up the man, who was hitchhiking. The bomber killed the couple and an 18-year-old woman Thursday night as their car approached Kedumim, a settlement in the northern West Bank.

The Palestinian Authority had released the bomber from jail weeks earlier, said Gideon Meir, an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman. “Not only are they doing nothing to counter terrorism, they are encouraging it,” Meir said.

P.A. President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the attack, carried out by the Al Aksa Brigade, a terrorist wing of Abbas’ Fatah party. Officials of Hamas, the P.A.’s new ruling party, said they would not arrest terrorists who plan and carry out attacks.

Doing a search on news.google.com on this terrorist attack only returned 10 results. I guess a murdering Palestinian bastard killing someone's grand-parents and an 18-year old girl is not news.

Posted by David Melle at March 31, 2006 07:33 PM
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