"Electronic Intifada" founder Ali Abunimah refers to attackers as "martyrs" in Arabic

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"Electronic Intifada" founder Ali Abunimah refers to attackers as "martyrs" in Arabic

Post by Guest on Fri Jan 08, 2016 11:07 am

A tweet that says it all:


In Arabic, @AliAbunimah says that Pal'ns who were killed while allegedly attempting to stab IDF soldiers are martyrs pic.twitter.com/hzTKjNxUSL
— Nurit Baytch (@NuritBaytch) January 7, 2016

The article he links to does not have that headline, even though it refers to the dead as "martyrs" within the article. But to Abunimah, would-be murderers are heroes.

Ironically, Abunimah is referred to as a "journalist." He has written op-eds for the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and many other mainstream media outlets.

And he is a cheerleader for terrorists.

Then again, his blog refers to terrorists as "martyrs" quite often. Google estimates the use of that term some 900 times in the site, many referring to would-be murderers.

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