Skip to comments.White House: Death of Palestinian a 'heinous murder'
Posted on 07/02/2014 4:38:29 PM PDT by Nachum
World leaders were unanimous Wednesday in condemning the killing of Mohammad Abu Khdeir, a 16-year-old Palestinian who was most likely kidnapped and murdered in revenge for the death of three Israeli teens that were abducted and recently found dead in the West Bank.
In a series of posts on Twitter, National Security Adviser Susan Rice said the US is paying close attention to the investigation into the death of 17-year-old Mohammed Abu Khdeir. She also offered condolences to his family and the Palestinian people.
US Secretary of State John Kerry also condemned the murder, calling the act "sickening" and saying, "There are no words to convey adequately our condolences to the Palestinian people.
"Those who undertake acts of vengeance only destabilize an already explosive and emotional situation. The world has too often learned the hard way that violence only leads to more violence and at this tense and dangerous moment, all parties must to everything in their power to protect the innocent and act with reasonableness and restraint, not recrimination and retribution."
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what was Obama’s statement on the discovery of the 3 murdered Jewish boys ?
So the world leaders are comfortable with the murders of the 3 Jewish kids.
The Palestinians don't seem to have learned that lesson.
Am calling this one ... get on your mark, get set ... GO!
Will the last person who gives a damn what the Half White House thinks please shut off the lights?
Funny, I recall reading a report that he was killed by his own family, an honor killing, because he was queer. If that’s the case I can understand mr. mulatos being doubly upset since not only was the boy a muslin like himself but queer too!
Obama’s lack of action, voice, or attention in the face of innumerable kidnappings, bombings, murders, etc. shows he does not value the lives of Jews.
When one loony Jew takes a so-called “Palestinian,” however, he actually checks in for work for a few hours.
No wonder he is the least popupar President ever.
Not to worry Mr. Huseein, you’ll be back in Hawaii in no time.
"Heh, heh! Juden raus!"
They are only Jews
One down. Two left to go! Hey Suzie! You don’t speak for me, .....!
Re: the 3 innocent boys I think Obama said ; “Accidents will happen”
He called it a senseless act of terror against innocent youths. It took me under a minute to find that in the WSJ.
Why don't American Jews, as a group, care about Israel anymore?
Somebody please explain this to me.
Obama kind of quick on the draw there, maybe he’ll
call for a beer summit!
Arabs from Shuafat claim the boy was kidnapped by Jews in a revenge attack, and certain Israeli elements rushed to lay suspicion on Jews for the act.
The area were the kidnapping happened has security cameras installed, and police are reviewing the footage.
There are unconfirmed reports that police have arrested a number of Arab suspects who were found driving in a car matching the description of the kidnapping vehicle, with suspicious items in the car.
The deaths of illegal aliens invading the country because the Dimocrats need more voters is a heinous crime. But not a peep out of the administration.
Exactly why is Susan Rice NSA again?
Her jump shot in college?
She comes from a long line of Apparatchik?
Rice was born in Washington, D.C., to Emmett J. Rice (19192011), Cornell University economics professor and the second black governor of the Federal Reserve System; and education policy scholar Lois (née Dickson) Fitt, currently at the Brookings Institution. Her maternal grandparents were Jamaican. Her parents divorced during her youth.
Rice was a three-sport athlete, student council president, and valedictorian at National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., a private girls’ day school. She played point guard in basketball and directed the offense, acquiring the nickname Spo, short for “Sportin”.
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