NY Times Gives a Voice to Palestinian Murderous Terrorist Released from Prison


muqdad-salahIt is a typical offering of the left-leaning and always anti-Israel New York Times: The article is about Muqdad Salah one of 78 long-serving Palestinian prisoners freed from Israeli jails as part of the American-brokered peace talks that started last summer.

It has been seven months since Mr. Salah was welcomed before dawn by a cacophonous crowd in this village of 4,000 near the Palestinian financial hub of Nablus. It has been two decades since he killed Israel Tenenbaum, 72, a Holocaust survivor and security guard at a beach hotel 20 miles away in Netanya, hitting him on the side of the head with a metal rod.

Read the column here.

{Matzav.com Newscenter}


  1. The NY Times is really the NY Blames. They blame Israel because Jews are not going to be as fruitful when the limits on our security is placed on our future. This benefits the NY Times because the Times is given its own charity by lost reason and indecent exposure. This is a blame game and the NY Times will lose.

    Never Again.

  2. Rabbi Avigdor Miller (a popular Chareidi Rabbi and author, born
    1908 CE, died 2001 CE) delivered a free
    public lecture in the last year of his
    life, in which he taught that:
    Jews should pray for the Israeli Army.

    I personally witnessed this; I was there.

    When a Jew recites Tefilat Shemoneh Esrei, he is permitted to add his
    own personal prayer requests in the middle
    of the final paragraph, which begins with
    Elokai Netzor Leshoni MeiRa.

    Rabbi Steven Pruzansky of Congregation Bnai Yeshurun in Teaneck NJ told me that I
    can recite it even on Shabbat and
    Yom Tov, because it is a communal tefillah, not a private bakashah.