Palestinian Social Media Users Hail ‘Heroic’ Slaying of Jewish Family

July 23, 2017Breitbart.com reports: “Palestinian social media users, along with some in the larger Arab world, praised the brutal Palestinian terrorist attack in which three members of an Israeli family were murdered on Friday night during a Sabbath meal in the town of Halamish west of Ramallah.

Palestinian journalist Yasser Zaatreh wrote, ‘Yesterday was one of Palestine’s biggest days, starting with a day of rage that boasted the blood of three martyrs and ended with a heroic act that hurt the invaders. This is the land that Allah blessed.’…

Isam Naser wrote, ‘You’re a hero; you turned the equation on its head. The Zionist gangs have reinforced the area with 15,000 pigs (security personnel) and you alone have turned the equation on its head and now (Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin) Netanyahu is crying. He and his gang are now in great distress. May Allah heal a lion.’

The victims of the attack were identified as Yosef Salomon, 70, his daughter Chaya Salomon, 46, and son Elad Salomon, 36…” (Islam’s murderers: “This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come…evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving, and being deceived” – II Timothy 3:1 & 13; and “Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it” – John 8:44.)


Jordanian MP praises soldier who killed Israeli schoolgirls

July 21, 2017Israel National News reports: “A Jordanian member of parliament has praised soldier Ahmed Daqamseh, who in 1997 shot dead seven Israeli schoolgirls, as a hero, i24news reported Thursday.

Dima Tahboub, a spokeswoman for the Islamic Action Front which is the political wing of Jordan’s branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, said Daqamseh was a hero because he was retaliating against Israel and the teenage girls were ‘enemies.’

Tahboub’s comments were made in an interview with British journalist Tim Sebastian, according to i24news.

Daqamseh was a soldier in the Jordanian army when he opened fire on a group of students who were visiting the ‘peace island’ of Naharayim on March 13, 1997, as part of a class trip.

Naharayim is located right near the Jordanian border, and Daqamseh opened fire on the girls from the Jordanian side. He killed seven of the students, and wounded six others…” (What murderous barbarians these groups are.  Their hatred knows no limits.  Jesus said in Matthew 18:6 – “But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.”)


Temple Mount Terrorist Before Attack: ‘Our Smile Tomorrow Will Be More Beautiful, Allah Willing’

July 16, 2017Breitbart.com reports: “One of the three gunmen who carried out a deadly terror attack Friday morning at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem posted on Facebook shortly before the shooting, saying ‘Our smile tomorrow will be more beautiful, Allah willing.’

The post, which was accompanied by a selfie of two of the attackers standing at the holy site, attracted more than 1,000 comments in under an hour, most of them from well-wishers.

‘May Allah’s mercy be on you in the gardens of the immortality, O Martyrs of dignity and honor,’ one Facebook user responded.

Another, Naseer Abu Soud wrote: ‘To the Gardens of Blessings … Allah will have mercy on you and will grant you the highest Paradise.’

Samah Othman wrote: ‘And do not think those who were killed in the way of Allah dead, but will live with their Lord. Happy with what Allah has given them of his bounty and preach to those who did not follow them from behind, do not fear for them nor grieve. … Allah makes your highest Paradise.’…”  (Killing is rewarded in Islam.  Not only do they receive 72 virgins as righteous and martyred godly men, but what even more shocking is they get to choose 70 relatives and friends to go to heaven.)