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sudden Jihad in Jerusalem

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Submitted by yuval brandstetter MD (Israel), Jul 4, 2008 at 03:48

Not for the first time, sudden Jihad, unplanned, so-called unrelated to events, had broken out in Jerusalem right outside the windows of all major news agencies. Three dead and scores of wounded because it was not recognised as such for some minutes.

Even now the familily of the Jihadi are mourning his glorious passing on the one hand in Arabic and claiming it was a moment of derangement in Hebrew.

Thousands upon thousands of potential time-bombs are roaming the roads and building sites of Israel as we speak, while the jurisprudence is unwilling to admit that the Syndrome exists based upon islamist beliefs and upbringing.

Those who deny are doomed to suffer.

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