Tuesday, October 11, 2011

11-Oct-11: Murder's reward

This is the last picture we have of Malki. It was
taken at a girlfriend's birthday party
on the night before the Sbarro massacre.
A Palestinian Arab terrorist, sentenced to sixteen life terms in jail for her role in a massacre in a Jerusalem restaurant, said this:
"I'm not sorry for what I did. I will get out of prison and I refuse to recognize Israel's existence."
News reports tonight say she is going to be freed from her Israeli jail cell in the immediate future. This person killed our precious daughter Malki who was fifteen years old. An additional fourteen innocent victims of the murderer's bottomless hatred died in the terror attack she instigated, with 130 people injured. The murderer is not sorry. It's reasonable to think she will seek to do the same again, and will encourage others to follow her example. There are celebrations tonight in the same streets that sent us these barbarians. The murderer has this evening been handed a life to live - the life of a hero, an inspiration. And the government that prosecuted this monstrous woman has agreed to the satanic transaction. We are left speechless.

7 comments:

ann said...

Dear Frimet and Arnold,

If this is really true,words fail to express to both of you how sorry I am. This is a day of shame unparalled in Israeli history. I guess in another decade we can expect,the two Itamar family murderers, who strangled and stabbed a 4 year old,and who stabbed a 2 month old baby to death in her crib,will be released in a similiar exchange. Please remember one thing though,she and the other murderers still have to face God,and answer for their sins. Not the fake God,they think condones their murder and cruelty. And on that day,there will be no escape,and no release from the consequences of their evil.

Droid said...

We need to change Israel's government - this shocking miscarriage of justice can not be permitted to happen again.

NormanF said...

The Shalit family acted in a reprehensible manner. Their selfishness has caused pain and loss for others.

Its not their son's home-coming I object to - its their not taking into account the needs of the country.

As parents we must love our children but we must never place others in danger for their sake or we have failed to teach them the most important lesson in life. The Shalits failed in that lesson.

Y. Ben-David said...

Frimet-
The hearts of myself and our family go out to you in this time of misery for you and your family.

Justice MUST be done and those who approved this must face the consequences by the voters. This can not pass without response by the population, who, in 2 years will say it was a tragic mistake.

G-d be with you in this time of trial and may he give you comfort.

Y. Ben-David
Rehovot

Rachel Miller said...

I just wanted to let you know I am thinking of you and all your family at this painful time. I'm so sorry for your loss, and for the added sorrow you must now be feeling.

Rachel Miller

Rob said...

This is such an injustice..I can only imagine what you must be feeling and my heart goes out to you.

It says much about the people who identify themselves as 'Palestinians' that they would make heroes of people like this and want them walking amongst them.

May Almighty G-d avenge your daughter's innocent blood and comfort you in you time of sorrow.

Rob Miller

Robin said...

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Dear Frimet and Arnold, amv"sh

This is Robin (Stern) Ticker, Frimet's childhood friend from Forest Hills. Yasher Koach on the petition and Bracha Vehatzlacha. Please visit http://shemittahrediscovered.blogspot.com/2011/10/urgent-from-malkis-father-also-pact.html