Palestinian Terrorist’s Wife to Address Clinton Foundation

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BREITBART reports: Donald Trump is criticizing Hillary Clinton over the fact that the Clinton Foundation is honoring a Palestinian teacher whose husband is a convicted terrorist on Tuesday evening.

Hanan an-Hroub is scheduled to speak at a Clinton Global Initiative event in New York after winning a $1 million teaching award from another charity that donates to the Clinton Foundation. Her husband, Omar al-Hroub, spent 10 years in an Israeli prison for his role in a 1980 bombing that killed six Israelis.

The event is going ahead as planned, despite the recent Islamist terrorist bombings in New York and New Jersey, which injured dozens.

The Wall Street Journal noted Tuesday:

Omar al-Hroub was convicted on charges that he was an accomplice in a deadly bombing attack in Hebron that killed Israelis walking home from Friday night Sabbath prayers. According to an Associated Press account at the time, Omar al-Hroub was a chemist who provided chemicals needed for making the bombs.

Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller said:

Today’s report that the Clinton Foundation is feting the wife of a Palestinian man convicted of helping bomb innocent Israeli citizens is deeply disturbing, especially in the wake of this weekend’s attacks. The decision to honor the wife of a terrorist by Hillary Clinton’s foundation shows a complete lack of judgment and a callousness that should disqualify her from holding the presidency.

 

{Matzav.com}

8 COMMENTS

  1. So this is how Hillary Clinton fights terrorism. You welcome it! Way to go Grandma! You stinking pacifist! I hope Mr. Trump has the guts to hit her hard on this, at the debates.

  2. It’s ok we r not talking about trump so we don’t have to have any standards maybe Hillary will join Abbas in granting money to the martyred Arabs who have gone to heaven for killing jews

  3. this event as well as this election confirms that the united states of america as we knew it has disappeared. it seems to be going the way of babylon, persia, greece rome—look what happened to all those civilizations

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