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You reap what you sow

Reader comment on item: The Fatal Stabbing of Angelo Frammartino, Palestinian Apologist

Submitted by Irving Weinsoff (United States), Aug 28, 2006 at 12:38

It's too bad that he wasn't with his forgiving parents who lovingly sent their only son on a mission of total anti-semitism and his destruction. This idiot didn't realize what he was dealing with and brought about his own demise.

These Islamofacists know no limit to their hatred of all that is non-muslim. They have been poisoned to all reason and will only be accounted to God with their total destruction.

These parents fail to convince me of their forgiveness of the murderer who stabbed their son to death in the name of Allah.

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