Just as Jewish settlers enjoying their new homes in East Jerusalem are repellent for singing songs in praising mass-murderer Baruch Goldstein, so it seems to me is it utterly unnecessary for the PA to take this moment for

the inauguration of a square named after Dalal Mughrabi, the Fatah woman who led the 1978 Coastal Road Massacre in which 37 Israeli civilians and an American photographer were killed and 71 people were wounded.

Mercifully, this ceremony was postponed yesterday.

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