It is a disgrace that Joe Biden and the Democrats support a policy of providing aid (funded by American tax payers) to this anti-America and anti-Semitic terrorist organization.
Tell Joe Biden – retract your promise to reinstate funding the terrorist Palestinian Regime!
— Zionist Organization of America (@ZOA_National) September 4, 2020
Joe Biden says he’ll reinstate funding for terrorist Palestinian Authority (PA) which pays Palestinians to murder Americans & Jews.
Sending US tax dollars to the Palestinian Authority will enable the PA to finance the murder of more innocent Jews and Americans.#SayItAintSoJoe pic.twitter.com/IRKBpqCmyg
— Zionist Organization of America (@ZOA_National) September 3, 2020
Say their names: The forgotten American victims of Palestinian terrorWhere are the memorial rallies and candle-lit vigils? Where are the demands to bring the killers to justice? Where are the letter-writing campaigns to press the Trump administration to act?
By JNS, September 14, 2020
Many of the recent protests over police shootings have focused on a specific victim, Ms. Breonna Taylor. The “Say Her Name” campaign has taught millions of people about Breonna as a person, about her life and what happened to her. The same cannot be said for Grace Cutler or Ann Van Zanten. I wonder if even a single person reading this column will recognize their names. That is a tragedy.
Grace and Ann’s names should have been in the news last week because one of their killers was finally arrested after decades of living freely. Yet I could not find a single article, among the many reports of the arrest, which mentioned the victims’ names. Of course, they all mentioned the murderers’ names.
On Aug. 9, 1982, two Palestinian terrorists—Nizar Tawfiq Mussa Hamada and Walid Abdulrahman Abu Zayed—fired submachine guns and threw hand grenades at the Jo Goldenberg restaurant in the Jewish quarter of Paris. Six people were murdered and 22 wounded.
Among the fatalities were two women from Chicago: 66-year-old Grace Cutler and 31-year-old Ann Van Zanten, the curator of architectural collections at the Chicago Historical Society. Ann’s husband, David, a professor at Northwestern University, was among the injured.
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