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Washington Post's twisted headline about the hate crime: "Palestinian" terror murderous spree 11.15.22

Reader comment on item: CAIR's Hate Crimes Nonsense

Submitted by Johnny (United States), Nov 15, 2022 at 16:45

Palestinian kills three Israelis outside settlement in escalating violence

Shira Rubin, Nov 15, 2022


With one word "settlement" the writer white washed the entire article about the murderous spree.

Why is it important to mention "settlement" in the headline? Is she insinuating that Fatah (to which Muhammad Murad Sami Souf belonged to) amterrorists differentiate between Jerusalem or Ariel?

It goes even further, the average reader sees it, oh its a "political conflict..." When in fact, Arab terrorists target Jews because of incitement.

Shira Rubin knows that.

Maybe the hateful celebration in Gaza needs more attention.
And what's up with that wording "escalating violence?" hinting at a false notion of a supposed tit for tat.


Sapir Lipkin | Ohad Hemo | N12| Published 15.11.22:

The terrorist who carried out the deadly attack in Ariel: an 18-year-old man, the son of a released security prisoner

It was Muhammad Murad Sami Souf from the village of Hares [حارس] who carried out the combined attack .. - he worked in a factory that provides services in the production of soap, laundry and cleaning agents - and he had an employment permit for the Ariel industrial zone - according to the Palestinians, he is associated Fatah and his father was a prisoner in Israel - and was released - meanwhile in Gaza: Hamas distributes sweets after the attack.



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