There is an old saying that one’s terrorist could be another person’s hero. In western book this logic only apply to the pro-Israel terrorists – individuals or the state-war criminals. Both the US and Israel have the dubious history of honoring some of the war-criminals as political leaders or heroes. Israeli poodle Gen. David Petraeus and Gen. Stanley McChrystal, ‘the butcher of Lebanon’ Gen. Ariel Sharon, Shimon Peres, Benji Netanyahu, Jonathan Pollard, Baruch Goldstein, etc. could be included in that list.
However, if some Muslim, out of rage, happens to kill some Jew terrorist – he would certainly be prosecuted in the western courts. There are hundreds of innocent Muslims who have been framed on cooked-up criminal allegations and are long jail sentences in the US, Canada and several European countries. One of the famous ones is the Egyptian blind cleric Sheikh Omar Abdul Rahman. He is serving life imprisonment in the US as a victim of the Mossad false-flag operation – the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center complex in New York city. This sophisticated placement of the bomb, which was said to have doubled its effect, showed that the perpetrators had to have had access to the blueprints of the sixteen-acre complex; a TIME magazine article of March 22, 1993, noted that Zim American/Israeli Shipping Co. had carried out a security study of the World Trade Center. Benjamin Begin, the son of former Israeli Prime Minister Menacham Begin, wrote in the newsletter Israel Today that Rahman’s mosques had been infiltrated by the Mossad and the FBI for several years.
The subject of this post is, however, another Muslim El Sayid Nosair, who, on Nov. 5, 1990, in New York City, assassinated the Arab-hating Rabbi Meir Kahane , the founder of the Jewish Defence League and the Kach Party, both labeled by the United States, Canada and the European Union as a terrorist organizations. An inmate of ADX Florence Supermax Prison (Colo.), is considered a hero by millions of Arabs, Muslims, Christians and even anti-Zionist Jews.
Zak Ebrahim, the son of El Sayid Nosair, was seven when his father was convicted for murdering a Jewish terrorist. Now, as an adult, Zak Ebrahim believes in non-violence because he believes violence breeds more violence. Zak’s personal website is listed here.