Wednesday, October 15, 2003
  What next?
As far as I'm concerned, the Palestinians have just dragged the U.S. into their battle with Israel. Whoever did this has made a grave mistake. I hope and I pray that the outrage in the United States over this will smash the ridiculous outrage over Saint Rachel "the Pancake" Corrie. Those who defend Palestinian tactics and their "cause" have no defense for this. None. Not only did they target and kill three Americans, but:
Several hours after the bombing, U.S. investigators arrived at the scene and photographed the mangled van. About a dozen Palestinian youths threw stones at the investigators as about 200 Palestinians looked on.

As the angry crowd chanted "Allahu Akbar" — "God is great" — the Americans rushed back into their cars, surrounded by nervous Palestinian security officers with rifles raised. Palestinian police beat some people in the crowd while pushing the spectators back, and the cars sped away under a hail of stones.

The Palestinians want peace?! Why would they target American diplomats who were there at the request of the Palestians? Then they follow it up with throwing rocks (something they're very good at) at the team of investigators in a sign of support for the murder of three innocent people, in the name of their Religion of Peace.

The Palestinians have hit the bottom, and now they are digging. If this doesn't get our diplomats and President to stop with the diplomatic double-speak, I don't know what will. They've cast the first stone, so to speak. We better do something about this-- they have to pay.

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