The murder of more than 1,200 people by Hamas terrorists on 7 October was a crime against humanity, but many progressives are determined to deny it.
It was Israel’s 11 September and Pearl Harbour, but also much more. For that country’s people and Jews everywhere, that day’s scenes of torture, slaughter and sadism (shared so gleefully by the criminals themselves) resonated particularly deeply given the Jewish people’s tragic history.
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