They say it was revenge for the death of a relative who was involved in Islamic Jihad. But even that fact indicates that they are making war against Israel, and cannot accept its existence, for reasons that arise out of the Islamic religion’s political agenda, which teaches that no non-Muslim governing entity has any right to exist, particularly if it exists on what is considered to be Muslim land.
“May murder of cabbie in south proves to be terror attack,” by Hanan Greenberg for Israel National News, July 9 (thanks to all who sent this in):
Cleared for publication: Gregory Rabinowitz, 56, a taxi driver whose body was found in May near the community of Gan Yavne, east of Ashdod, was killed in a terror attack….
Mahmad Maraneh and Muhammad Khaledi, two residents of Arranah, a Palestinian village near the West Bank city of Jenin, were arrested and later confessed to the act.
Rabinowitz’s body was found bound on the city’s outskirts, with evidence suggesting he was subjected to severe violence. The state of his remains suggested a nationalistically-motivated act….
No, it was a religiously motivated act.