Tuesday, March 15, 2011

A Moving Editorial

In a popular New York newspaper an editorial by Mr. Cohen caused a quick sellout of the Paper.

This is how it begins:

On Dec. 21,1988 Moammar Khadafy killed Theodora Cohen. That's one way of putting it. Cohen was one of 259 passengers & crew on Pan Am Flight 103. I remember her for obvious reasons (daughter)and also because to paraphrase Erich Maria Remarque, “the death of one woman is a tragedy, the death of millions a statistic”. Khadafy has his statistics but it is a tragedy we are talking about today. There is much more to come.

Khadafy's agents also blew up the La Belle nightclub in what was then West Berlin. Khadafy praised the killing of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich olympics as well as the assasination of Anwar Sadat. He killed dissedents in Libya and sent agents to kill them overseas ,too.

If he wins the current civil war,he will kill his enemies. A bloodbath is coming.

(To be cont'd Tomorrow)

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