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Or would he have learned nothing and still considered it an act of legitimate self-defense

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

Submitted by rick (United States), Aug 28, 2006 at 12:48

Unfortunately, I feel that would be his response to this if it resulted in anything less than a murder.

But what if instead of Frammartino, a young boy or girl who actually were Jewish were knifed and killed.

Would that be justifiable in the eyes of those like Frammartino's parents?

By the parents "forgiving" the killer who thought their son was a Jew , the obscene answer is apparently a yes.

So, coming to Israel for "peace" also seems to imply the acceptance of knifing Jews in the street by palestinians.

Suddenly, I feel much less sadness for Frammartino than I did when first reading this story when it was reported August 11.

I am sure that left wing people like Frammartino would find having Jews in Israel wear yellow stars a bit too much considering their Euro history ,so a possible solution may be for all non -Jews to wear "I AM NOT A JEW" signs on their clothing while working for "peace" in the area.

"Don't kill me, I am not a Jew- so if you need to kill someone - kill him - the Jew over there who looks like me but as a Jew lacks the humanity you and I possess"


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