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Sunday, January 07, 2007

Anti-Violence Palestinian Cleric Shot, Killed

Adel Nasar was a Muslim preacher in Gaza. He was assassinated on Friday after leaving a mosque where he had given a sermon that was critical of Islamic violence and terrorism. He called for an end to the ongoing fighting between Fatah and Hamas. He was shot while he was getting into a car.

Now...who or what organization would kill a man who preached a message of anti-violence?

Do you suppose The Vatican put the hit out on Mr. Nasar? Perhaps it's the Mossad and the Jews that shot and killed the man who preached against violence? The IRA? Those wily and intolerant Lutherans? The CHUBB Group? The U.S. National Association of Realtors? The Free Masons? Certainly not anyone connected to The Religion of Peace is responsible for killing a religious man who gave sermons against violence and preached a message of peace, right?

No person or group has yet admitted responsibility for committing this heinous and despicable act.


"I don't much like the tone of your voice....BLAM!"
no shit, that sums up the IslamTerrorists.
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