Just don't call him a terrorist
December 10, 2021
(JNS) — When is a terrorist not a terrorist? When he’s a Palestinian Arab, of course.
In any other part of the world, under any other circumstances, somebody who, for nationalistic reasons, fires a submachine gun into a crowd of civilians is recognized as a terrorist.
But when Fadi Abu Shkhaydam opened fire with a submachine gun into a group of Jewish civilians in Jerusalem earlier last month, murdering tour guide Eliyahu (“Eli”) Kay and wounding four others, the word “terrorist” was nowhere to be found.
The opening sentence of The New York Times article about the attack re...
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