Meet the “Palestinian people”

A short photo essay about the folks we share our country with.

These are items created for an exhibition by Palestinian students at Al Quds University in Jerusalem. The president of the university is the well-known 'moderate', Sari Nusseibeh. Note the cutout of Yehuda Glick in the foreground.

These are items created for an exhibition by Palestinian students at Al Quds University in Jerusalem. The president of the university is the well-known ‘moderate’, Sari Nusseibeh.
Note the cutout of Yehuda Glick in the foreground.

Here is yet another image from Palestinian social media promoting the "Car Intifada"

Here is yet another image from Palestinian social media promoting the “Car Intifada”

This is Nur Al-Din Abu Hashiya. A Palestinian from Shechem, he attacked a 20-year old soldier in Tel Aviv today, stabbing him several times. The soldier is in critical condition and right now undergoing surgery. The terrorist was arrested.

This is Nur Al-Din Abu Hashiya. A Palestinian from Shechem, he attacked a 20-year old soldier in Tel Aviv today, stabbing him several times. The soldier is in critical condition and right now undergoing surgery. The terrorist was arrested.

Want to see what someone who would murder a young woman by stabbing her in the neck looks like? This is Maher Hamdi Hashalamun. He attempted to run over three Israelis waiting at a bus stop in Gush Etzion. When that failed, he jumped out of his car and attacked them with a knife, killing a 25-year old woman. The terrorist was shot by a security guard, but unfortunately is still alive. He was previously in prison for throwing firebombs, but was released in one of the 'prisoner exchanges'.

Want to see what someone who would murder a young woman by stabbing her in the neck looks like? This is Maher Hamdi Hashalamun. He attempted to run over three Israelis waiting at a bus stop in Gush Etzion. When that failed, he jumped out of his car and attacked them with a knife, killing a 25-year old woman. The terrorist was shot by a security guard, but unfortunately is still alive. He was previously in prison for throwing firebombs, but was released in one of the ‘prisoner exchanges’.

In another incident, a bus passenger was seriously injured when the bus was attacked with rocks, and yet another terrorist tried to stab a security guard at a Jerusalem light rail station. All this happened today.

So what’s the solution? Hint: it isn’t creating a Palestinian state.

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1 Response to Meet the “Palestinian people”

  1. shalom-hillel says:

    Jews feel terrible when they accidentally kill a civilian. The mea culpas are heard immediately. Muslims kill with deliberate intent and it occasions joy on the Muslim street. After all they have done it’s clear a Palestinian state is a non-starter. In moral terms they have proven yet again they do not deserve a state. Their latest barbarism wipes away any lingering shreds of suicidal leftistism that still existed among Israelis. Name every new town in Judea and Samaria after the latest victims.

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