November 19, 2014, - 8:58 am
I was away in an all-day legal proceeding yesterday, but was outraged to learn about the brutal Palestinian Muslim murders of four Jews, including three Americans, in a synagogue in Israel. I was even more shocked and saddened to learn that my childhood friend, Rabbi Aryeh Kupinsky, with whom I went to school and synagogue at Young Israel of Oak Park (in Michigan), was among the murdered. His parents and my parents were longtime friends as were our entire families, and Aryeh and I were in B’nei Akiva, the religious Zionist youth group together. We also attended Akiva Hebrew Day School together, where he was a grade or two below me. They were fabulous, nice, caring people, who later moved to Israel.
THIS. IS. ISLAM. . . .
At Yesterday’s Funeral for 3 of the Victims, Their Bodies Wrapped in Jewish Prayer Shawls
Those who were slain, three of whom were American citizens, were silently praying in a synagogue when they were suddenly ambushed by Palestinian Muslims who savagely, brutally hacked them to death with meat cleavers. That’s your so-called “Religion of Peace” for you. The victims’ only “crime” was being Jewish. And praying to G-d. Their murderers, as you probably know, were proudly celebrated by the Palestinian Muslim masses, Israel’s “partners for peace,” with whom Jews and Christians in Israel are told they must live and to whom the world says they must give more and more land and concessions in return for more and more savage, brutal hacking deaths.
And if you think this cannot or will not happen here, think again. It can, it will, and it already has. The 9/11, Fort Hood, and other attacks by Muslims on Americans will continue. Because the Palestinian Muslims with meat cleavers thirsting for Infidel blood aren’t just “over there.” They are here in our midst. They don’t just go after Jews praying in a synagogue or people in Israel. They go after everybody. Read the rest of this entry »
Tags: Akiva Hebrew Day School, Aryeh Kupinsky, Beverly Phillips, Eugene Sherizen, Islamic Terrorism, Israel, Jewish Community Relations Council, Nolan Finley, Rabbi Aryeh Kupinsky, Religion of Peace, Sidney Katz