Terri Schiavo – one year later

Folks, March 31, 2006 will mark the one year anniversary of the murder of Terri Schindler Schiavo.

For Smooth Stone’s new readers, we’ll tell you that there are few things that impassion us more than Israel. Israel beckons our heart, calls to us, breathes inside us. We are passionate about defending innocent victims of Muslim jihad, including Israel’s Jews who are being terrorized and murdered by Muslim racists, the Diaspora Jews who are being victimized and beaten in Vichy France and elsewhere in Europe, and American men and women who are defending their nation and other nations against Muslim atrocities in Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Syria, the Sudan, Indonesia, Egypt, and other Muslim dictatorships and theocracies around the globe.

We feel the pain of victims who have no voice. Victims like aborted children and victims of godlessness, like Terri Schiavo.

Although this blog is devoted to Israel, the Smooth Stone team feels that the inhumane treatment of Terri Schiavo by her former husband, Michael Schiavo, should not continue without proper monitoring and advocacy.

Although Israel is our first concern, this post is devoted to Terri and her battle to live and the battle that she lost when her feeding tube was removed a third and final time on March 18, 2005.

She died at a Pinellas Park, Florida hospice on March 31, 2005, at the age of 41.

Terri Schiavo, rest in peace.
The Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation, Inc., (TSSF)

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