There’s a lot of emphasis on the supposed “universal” condemnations of the murder of 4 Rabbis in a synagogue. The reality is quite different.
Jordan, one of those officially moderate Muslim countries, held a prayer for the “spirits of the heroes” responsible for the massacre in its parliament.
In addition, MP Mohammed Al-Qatathh of the House of Representatives issued a statement to the assembly condemning the “Zionist attack on Jerusalem and its people” in the wake of “the heroic operation” on the synagogue in Har Nof.
The heroic operation involved killing an old man with an axe from behind while he was praying.
Now the Prime Minister of Jordan has thrown in his own two bloody cents.
The Jordanian prime minister, Abdullah Ensour, sent a condolence letter to the families of the two Palestinian terrorists who killed five Israelis in a terror attack at a synagogue in Jerusalem on Tuesday morning.
“I ask God to envelope them with mercy and to grant you with patience, comfort and recovery from your grief,” Ensour wrote in the letter, according to Channel 10.
Earlier Abdullah had claimed that Jews praying on the Temple Mount was a “stab wound to peace”. You know what a real stab wound to peace is? Stabbing someone.
Is the State Department going to condemn any of this? Fat chance. But if a Jew moves into a part of Jerusalem that Obama, Kerry and Psaki believe should remain Jew-Free, the condemnations will pour in.
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