Families of terrorists celebrate their attack on Jewish synagogue, hail martyrs as heroes

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The families of the two terrorists who killed four people in a brutal attack in a Jerusalem synagogue on Tuesday morning have hailed the two as heroes, as candies to celebrate the attack were handed out in the West Bank and Gaza.

Alaa Abu Jamal, a cousin of the terrorists, said that Israeli policies were to blame for the attack at the synagogue, when the two entered the compound during morning prayers, armed with meat cleavers and a gun.

“This occurred because of the pressures of the occupying Israeli government on the Palestinian people and in Jerusalem generally, and the ongoing harm to the al-Aqsa mosque; this act is something normal for any person who is connected to his people, to courage and to Islam.”

“We got the usual death notification and we shouted with joy, people here also handed out candies to guests who came to visit and were happy for the martyrs.”

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1 thought on “Families of terrorists celebrate their attack on Jewish synagogue, hail martyrs as heroes”

  1. Celebrate a lie. That lie is if you murder people opposed to your beliefs then your soul will go to paradise.
    Don’t get too settled in your belief system. Christians think they go to heaven if they are martryed for their belief in Christ.
    The Japanese sent thousands of young men to their deaths in World War II.
    I suggest that lie is that these religions claim to know what happens to any one person after their death.
    Death is the great equalizer. It hits everyone at some point in time.
    It does not care how much power you have. It has no respect for wealth. Everyone dies eventually whether it be now or a long time from now. Everyone cursed to be on this planet dies. So it must seem like a great reward to promise someone a fantastic afterlife.
    As the old song goes: “It aint necessarily so.”
    I suggest that these people get over themselves.
    Show evidence rather than faith in what is happening if they kill themselves and an enemy.
    Ten years from now, no one will even remember their names.

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