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Submitted by Bruce Boyman (United States), Dec 15, 2005 at 13:23

Beside Rabbi Meir Kahane's assasination by terrorist associated later with the 1st WTC bombing, Sen. Robert Kennedy was killed in June 1968 by a Palestinian, Sirhan Sirhan, over perceived American support for Israel 1 year after Israel's Six-Day War victory.
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Sirhan Sirhan is a Christian from Jordan. He engaged in an act of terror but it had nothing to do with radical Islam.

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