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THEY MUST GO! Muslims Celebrate Jerusalem Synagogue Massacre On Twitter - Hamas Islamic Jihad Praise Attack - Urge More

November 18, 2014

Muslims Celebrate Jerusalem Synagogue Massacre on Twitter

Posted By Daniel Greenfield On November 18, 2014 @ 2:19 am In The Point

Even as the reports of the brutal massacre of worshipers at a Jewish synagogue began coming in, Muslims on Twitter began celebrating, issuing deaths or justifying the atrocity.

These are a quick sampling of some of them. Some of these Tweets, including the first one by Mohammed E. Jaber , were quickly taken down, but they still exist as screenshots.

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Hamas, Islamic Jihad Praise Jerusalem Synagogue Massacre
Islamist terrorist groups hail Tuesday morning's brutal attack on a Jerusalem synagogue, tie it to suicide of Arab bus driver.

Ari Soffer

Hamas and Islamic Jihad have hailed this morning's massacre at a Jerusalem synagogue, in which four worshipers were murdered and many more wounded by Palestinian terrorists.

In a statement, the Hamas terrorist group said it was "a response to the murder of the martyr Yusuf Ramuni," referring to a Palestinian bus driver who committed suicide on Monday but whose death Islamists have been blaming on "settlers."

"The operation in Jerusalem is a response to the murder of the martyr Yusuf Ramuni and to the series of crimes by the occupier at Al-Aqsa and Hamas calls to continue these operations," Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said in a statement.

"Hamas calls for more operations like it."

Islamic Jihad echoed the comments in a separate statement.

"Islamic Jihad salutes the operation in Jerusalem which is a natural response to the crimes of the occupier," it said.

In Tuesday morning's terrorist attack, two Muslim terrorists stormed a synagogue in the Jerusalem suburb of Har Nof armed with knives, axes and a pistol and proceeded to butcher Jewish worshipers during morning prayers.

Police who arrived at the scene shortly after shot dead both attackers, who are believed to both be Arab residents of Jerusalem.

AFP contributed to this report.

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