terrorism runs in the family it seems

From Ynet: The Tayibe resident arrested on suspicion of placing a bomb on a bus in Tel Aviv last week is a member of the extended family of Palestinian female terrorist Dalal Mughrabi, Ynet has learned.

In 1978, Mughrabi led a terrorist cell that carried out the Coastal Road massacre which killed 35 Israelis. Mughrabi herself was killed in a fire exchange and emerged as a national Palestinian hero.

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4 responses to “terrorism runs in the family it seems”

  1. Lynne says :

    It would seem that people with ties to terrorists should not be allowed to settle in Israel….

    • israeliminx says :

      Hate to say it, but the ‘family reunification’ allowance — allowing those from the Palestinian territories who marry an Israeli citizen to move here — has resulted now in dozens of people coming inside our borders and committing terrorist attacks. I used to be a big supporter of family reunification. I’m not any more. This is way more than one attack too many by those who gained not only access but citizenship this way.

  2. 300yrs in America says :

    When mothers and fathers aunts uncles cousins et al celebrate the glorious death of their suicide bomber children and parents strap bombs to toddlers it should make every sane rational person on earth understand just how twisted islam is. Yet islam teaches them to strike terror into the hearts of unbelievers.to murder rape lie steal etc.and they call these heinous acts pious and holy.they will receive as their reward an eternity of sexual debachery from allah/ar rahman.and this passes as spirituality and holiness?how can any sane person think so?

    • Lynne says :

      300 Years in America, excellent comment. I totally agree. I am certainly not anti-Muslim, but I am definitely anti-extremist Muslims in all the various forms and degrees. Islam is a “religion” which encourages violence against those with different philosophies and religious beliefs, including those within Islam who believe differently. It cannot be called a “religion of peace”. Any extremism is unhealthy and vile.
      Your last sentence is a significant one: People who are extremists have such warped thoughts that they cannot be considered sane.

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