Understanding It– The Moral Gulf

I have emphasized the huge moral gulf between the Islamo-fascists and Western civliization, whatever our flaws.  The celebrations over the return of mass murderer Sami Kuntar to the Hizbullah Islamofascists in Lebanon pointedly remind us of that.

The Boston Globe editorializes:

…There is something morally repulsive in the hero’s welcome given the most famous – or notorious – of the Lebanese prisoners released by Israel. Samir Kuntar had been sentenced to 542 years in prison for killing four people during a raid in 1979. Kuntar executed a father, Danny Haran, in front of his 4-year-old daughter. Then he killed the little girl by smashing her head against a rock with a rifle butt. This is the creature Nasrallah hailed as a resistance hero, the figure Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh called a “huge hero who sacrificed 30 years of his life for the Palestinian issue,” the celebrity that Lebanon’s president and prime minister saluted as a liberated freedom fighter. All wars are inhumane. But not all warriors lose their humanity…

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