A Palestinian declaration of war
Two weeks have now passed since Palestinian terrorists attacked an American diplomatic convoy in Gaza on October 15, 2003 deliberately killing three US citizens in a wanton act of murder.
The attack, of course, was astonishing, if only because it marked the first time in years that the Palestinians have singled out Americans as their target. But what is even more startling is what took place back in Washington on that very same day, when US President George W. Bush signed a six-month waiver of the 1987 Anti-Terrorism Act, allowing the PLO’s offices in America to remain open.
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