The mother of the terrorist who murdered a young Israeli woman on Friday was also arrested in connection with the attack and regrets that her son didn’t kill 100 more Jews.
Israel Police on Wednesday arrested two people in connection with last Friday’s Palestinian terror attack in which 23-year-old Border Policewoman Staff Sgt. Hadas Malka was murdered at the Damascus Gate entrance to Jerusalem’s Old City.
Police said the woman, a resident of the Palestinian village of Deir Abu Mash’al near Ramallah, where the terror cell was situated, was arrested on suspicion of forging contacts with the intent of committing a crime. She is also suspected of incitement related to recent statements lauding shahids [martyrs] and calling for the harming of Jews.
“We will meet in heaven. I’m proud. I wanted him to kill 20, 50, 100 of them,” the Palestinian mother stated after the attack.
Former Congressman Allen West, commenting on mother’s desire asks Just how are we to achieve peace when the mindset of mothers is that they’re proud of their sons being jihadists. They’re proud and wished they could have killed more. And when we have a Fatah government that pays the families of Islamic jihadists, well, how far can, or will, this endeavor for peace go?
Hate groups abound.
In the United States, the Southern Poverty Law Center maintains a list of what it determines are terror groups.
Radical Traditional Catholicism
The SPLC.org list is trimmed to just 10 on the SPLC's Active Hate Groups page. The ORDER of presentation is by SPLC.
Ku Klux Klan - 130
Neo-Nazi - 99
White Nationalist -100
Racist Skinhead - 78
Christian Identity - 21
Neo-Confederate - 43
Black Separatist - 193
Anti-LGBT - 52
Anti-Muslim - 101
General Hate – 100
Blame it on Trump
CNN reporting on 'A resurgence of white nationalism': Hate groups spiked in 2016 quotes the Southern Poverty Law Center's Mark Potok thus:
The report singled out Donald Trump's pledge to bar Muslims from entering the country*, his harsh language around immigration from Mexico, his appearance on conspiracy-theorist Alex Jones's radio program, and his engagement with white nationalists on Twitter as key moments that encouraged extremist groups during the campaign.
"Trump's run for office electrifed (cq) the radical right, which saw in him a champion of the idea that America is fundamentally a white man's country," wrote Mark Potok, a senior fellow at the SPLC. "Several new and energetic groups appeared last year that were almost entirely focused on Trump and seemed to live off his candidacy."
"The country saw a resurgence of white nationalism that imperils the racial progress we've made, along with the rise of a president whose policies reflect the values of white nationalists," Potok noted.
Wikipedia lists 61 Foreign Terror Organizations (FTOs). While non-Islamists are represented on the list, of the 61 FTOs, 49 are Muslim groups. (One Jewish group made the list.) Since the Wikipedia list was for foreign terror organizations, the SPLC-identified organizations were not listed.
* CNN, never concerned with truth, once again gets it wrong. Campaigner Trump, and later as President Trump, said he would temporarily ban Muslims from specific countries known to export terrorism — exactly what his predecessor did but for which the media was generally silent. The courts over-ruled POTUS’ plan . . . but were not at all disturbed by the previous president’s executive order banning even more Muslims.
As for Mexicans, Trump repeatedly stressed that the only Mexicans he wished to bar were illegal aliens who also were criminals.
Trump distanced himself from white supremacists and rejected their support.
The “news” at CNN: if it fails to conform to CNN’s view, CNN “modifies” it until it does conform.
PLAGIARISM is the act of appropriating the literary composition of another, or parts or passages of his writings, or the ideas or language of the same, and passing them off as the product of one’s own mind.
Comments: In my opinion