The man had an alternative

The man had an alternative defense too, Trunk: he’s a “product of the 1960s and ’70s counterculture.” Other products of that counterculture may be in control at the Associated Press. Here, calls our attention to AP’s spin on the latest massacre in Hebron on the West Bank. AP informs us that the Muslims of Hebron are among the most devout and the Jewish settlers among the most radical. A stronger case could be made for the reverse proposition. The history of fanaticism among the devout Muslims of Hebron goes back to at least the 1930s when they slaughtered scores of Jews. And while it is radical, in a sense, for Jews to re-settle in such a hate-filled environment, Hebron is Judaism’s second most holy city because the Jewish patriarchs, including Abraham, are buried there.


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