Meanwhile in the real world Terror Attacks Continue in Israel

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Meanwhile in the real world Terror Attacks Continue in Israel

While the US media obsesses over the Trump Access Hol­ly­wood tape over in Israel the real world con­se­quences o the Obama/​Clinton for­eign pol­icy con­tinue to be felt:

A Pales­tin­ian ter­ror­ist shot and killed two Israelis and wounded six oth­ers in a ter­ror­ist attack in Jerusalem on Sunday.

The Pales­tin­ian ter­ror­ist, sit­ting in a car, drove up to a light-​rail sta­tion and opened fired on the com­muters, seri­ously wound­ing one woman in her 60s.

Fresh off of attend­ing the funeral of Shi­mon Perez the Pales­tin­ian author­ity has acted decisively

The Fatah move­ment, headed by that alleged mod­er­ate Mah­moud Abbas, has declared a strike and a day of mourn­ing today for the ter­ror­ist who mur­dered two Jews, includ­ing a 60-​year old grandmother.

The Pales­tin­ian Author­ity gave this day of mourn­ing a stamp of approval by report­ing it on the offi­cial Wafa web­site, say­ing that the ter­ror­ist was being mourned along with all of the other “mar­tyrs of Jerusalem.”

I’m sure on US cam­puses where Hillary Clin­ton is favored they approve of this move. Mean­while Don­ald trump had this to say about it:

The Pales­tin­ian ter­ror attack today reminds the world of the griev­ous per­ils fac­ing Israeli cit­i­zens. In a split sec­ond today, the streets of Jerusalem, Israel turned calami­tous, shat­tered by gun­fire as a Pales­tin­ian motorist trained his sights on Jews, killing two and wound­ing six others.

It marks yet another in a string of ter­ror­ist inci­dents tar­get­ing Israeli civil­ians in 2016. Pales­tin­ian Author­ity Pres­i­dent Mah­moud Abbas’ recent atten­dance at the funeral of Shi­mon Peres, the late Israeli pres­i­dent and prime min­is­ter, should have marked a new chap­ter in Israeli-​Palestinian rela­tions. Instead, the streets of Jerusalem trag­i­cally flow once more with the blood of innocents.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the sur­vivors and the fam­i­lies of the vic­tims. We must work to defeat ter­ror once and for all. I wish every­one in Israel and the Jew­ish com­mu­nity around the world a mean­ing­ful Yom Kip­pur and peace.

I’m sure Hillary will have some­thing to say, care­fully scripted to make sure she loses none of those BDS sup­port­ers on cam­pus, but given her rep­u­ta­tion for hon­estly they likely know any words in sup­port of Israel are as mean­ing­less as her state­ment about her email server.

While the US media obsesses over the Trump Access Hollywood tape over in Israel the real world consequences o the Obama/Clinton foreign policy continue to be felt:

A Palestinian terrorist shot and killed two Israelis and wounded six others in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem on Sunday.

The Palestinian terrorist, sitting in a car, drove up to a light-rail station and opened fired on the commuters, seriously wounding one woman in her 60s.

Fresh off of attending the funeral of Shimon Perez the Palestinian authority has acted decisively

The Fatah movement, headed by that alleged moderate Mahmoud Abbas, has declared a strike and a day of mourning today for the terrorist who murdered two Jews, including a 60-year old grandmother.

The Palestinian Authority gave this day of mourning a stamp of approval by reporting it on the official Wafa website, saying that the terrorist was being mourned along with all of the other “martyrs of Jerusalem.”

I’m sure on US campuses where Hillary Clinton is favored they approve of this move.  Meanwhile Donald trump had this to say about it:

The Palestinian terror attack today reminds the world of the grievous perils facing Israeli citizens. In a split second today, the streets of Jerusalem, Israel turned calamitous, shattered by gunfire as a Palestinian motorist trained his sights on Jews, killing two and wounding six others.

It marks yet another in a string of terrorist incidents targeting Israeli civilians in 2016. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’ recent attendance at the funeral of Shimon Peres, the late Israeli president and prime minister, should have marked a new chapter in Israeli-Palestinian relations. Instead, the streets of Jerusalem tragically flow once more with the blood of innocents.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the survivors and the families of the victims. We must work to defeat terror once and for all. I wish everyone in Israel and the Jewish community around the world a meaningful Yom Kippur and peace.

I’m sure Hillary will have something to say, carefully scripted to make sure she loses none of those BDS supporters on campus, but given her reputation for honestly they likely know any words in support of Israel are as meaningless as her statement about her email server.