Saturday, February 14, 2015

Palestinian Authority Condemns Chapel Hill Terrorism, Calls for Role in Investigation

Michael L.

The Jerusalem Post tells us:
The Palestinian Authority on Saturday condemned as "terrorism" the killings of three young Palestinian-Americans in North Carolina and called on US authorities to include its investigators in the probe.

Branding Hicks "an American extremist and hateful racist," the Palestinian Foreign Ministry said the incident suggested a rise in dangerous discrimination against American Muslims.

"We consider it a serious indication of the growth of racism and religious extremism which is a direct threat to the lives of hundreds of thousands of American citizens who follow the Islamic faith," the ministry said in a statement.

It called for "a serious investigation and the involvement of Palestinian investigators to clarify the circumstances of these assassinations and premeditated murders" in Chapel Hill.
I had no idea that the victims were of Israeli or Jordanian Arab descent.

It's interesting that after the Jihadi attack at the Boston Marathon, Obama said that we must not rush to judgment nor leap to conclusions about the nature of this violence.  And, of course, after Nidal Hasan slaughtered thirteen soldiers at Fort Hood, Texas, while screaming "Alahu Akbar" the Obama administration referred to it as "work place violence."

And, needless to say, Obama recently suggested that the Islamist slaughter of 4 Jews at the Parisian kosher market was a random act of violence, thereby veiling the anti-Semitic nature of the attack.  It is in order to create obscurity that Obama refers to Islamist violence as "violent extremism."

However, after this shooting, with no meaningful evidence that the victims were killed for either their faith or ethnicity, Obama tells us:
No one in the United States of America should ever be targeted because of who they are, what they look like, or how they worship.
Obama's sympathies depend upon who the victims are and who the perpetrators are.

Obama is, thus, a racist.

He clearly prefers and respects some ethnic and religious groups over others.


  1. Pretty strong evidence has been raised that it was not at all about hate, but a lunatic obsessed with having his parking spot in order. Sadly, he liked guns, too.

    As one person has commented: "The killings were horrible. The fact that the victims were Muslim is incidental. Why are the press accounts only about the fact that they were Muslim? People are murdered everyday, why is this different?"

    It will be interesting to see what happens with the incident at the Texas Islamic Center, which some have already concluded the result, rooting for it to be a hate crime.

    1. Even if it had been an anti-muslim hate crime, what the f___ does that have to do with the PA?
      And if they want to be involved aren't they dropping the entire pretense behind their war against the Jews that the anti-Israel left constantly shoves down everyone's throat.

    2. Well, to be fair, the PA does have extensive experience in killing Americans, so I guess they think they have some knowledge or something to offer.

      Invite them over and arrest them all as soon as they touch down, is what I'd do.

  2. Ma nishtana?

    Because they are special!!!!

  3. "He [Obama] clearly prefers and respects some ethnic and religious groups over others."

    What's worse is that the liberal press won't call him out on it.
    Obama's meteoric rise to power has always bothered me.

  4. Chapel Hill murderer: “Knowing several dozen Muslims…I’d prefer them to most Christians”