The yeshiva massacre of 2008 at Mercaz HaRav:
The 8:45 p.m. shooting at the yeshiva in the Kiryat Moshe neighborhood broke a two-year lull in terror in the capital and sent students scurrying for cover from a hail of gunfire – a reported 500-600 bullets – that lasted for several minutes.
“There were horrendous screams of ‘Help us! Help us!'” recounted Avrahami Sheinberger of the ZAKA emergency rescue service, one of the first to respond to the scene. “There were bodies strewn all over the floor, at the entrance to the yeshiva, in various rooms and in the library.”
The teenage victims:
Arabs believe the act was planned by Mohamed Shehadeh:
IDF forces located and killed terrorist Muhammad Shehadeh and three other senior terrorists, aged 35 to 48, in the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Bethlehem Wednesday.
Arab sources said Shehadeh was the mastermind behind the deadly terror attack on the Merkaz HaRav Yeshiva in Jerusalem a week ago. Israeli security officials flatly denied the claim.
‘People admired Shehadeh’s ability to stand up to the Israelis,’
Is planning the murder of teenagers, something that Sami Awad considers “standing up to the Israelis“?
Why does Awad not comment on the “peace” and “justice” of murdering eight teenagers, instead dwelling on how he was popularly “admired”?
I find it incredible, that Christian and Messianic leaders are willing to participate in the Christ at the Checkpoint conference, without a greater awareness of who is organising proceedings.