Somehow, I don’t think this school held a “moment of silence” in February for the three members of the Salomon family, who were stabbed to death in their home by a Palestinian terrorist.
But maybe they can hold another moment of silence next March 10th… Osama bin Laden’s birthday.
Students at a selective New York City public school participated in a moment of silence for the Palestinian victims of violence on the Gazan border with Israel, angering some parents.
The moment of silence was held a week ago at the Beacon School located in the Hell’s Kitchen area of Manhattan. The school “tends to lean left,” the New York Post reported….
Some Jewish parents told the Post that they were unhappy that the school got involved in the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
“I am extremely upset because I did not send my child to a New York City public school to pray for Hamas operatives,” one father told the newspaper.
“I just don’t think any school should be promoting a moment of silence for terrorists. What if it was Islamic terrorists in ISIS?” said the Jewish mother of another student….
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I like the OBL birthday moment of silence idea. As long as we can then continuously play Hillary; We came, We saw, He died.
NY loves its former senator, so I figure, No problem.