I try not to celebrate the deaths of others as a rule, but every rule has its exception, or it’s troublesome case connected with it. This is one of those. Try as I might I cannot feel anything except joy that the world is now rid of a senior Hamas executive. I feel no sorrow for either him or his family or his associates, I’m just glad that this evil murdering bastard is dead. Although I know I’m supposed to treat all life as sacred, I can’t help but feel that an exception should be made for evil Hamas bastards.
Here’s part of an excellent article from Front Page Magazine in the United States on what they describe as the ‘highly professional’ assassination of Mazen Faqha.
Front Page Magazine said:
Mazen Faqha’s career as a Palestinian terrorist came to an abrupt end this past Friday when a gunman or perhaps more than one gunman, pumped four bullets into his brain. According to his wife, the two had just returned home from a trip and the liquidation occurred just outside their home in the Gaza City neighborhood of Tel Al Hawa. “I didn’t feel or hear a thing,” she said, adding that, “everything happened quietly.” Hamas officials claimed that a silencer was used in the shooting though they offered no proof.
Whoever wanted him dead wanted to be sure that the job was completed successfully, thus the use of redundant measures. It was a clean kill without collateral damage and no gratuitous violence – almost business-like. The assassin or assassins escaped undetected.
As far as terrorists are concerned, Faqha was as bad as they come. In 2002, he recruited a suicide bomber to carry out a suicide attack that resulted in the deaths of nine Israelis. Later that year, he was apprehended by Israeli security forces after an intensive dragnet. He received nine life sentences for his role in the bombing only to be released in 2011 in the deleterious Gilad Schalit prisoner exchange where some 1,000 terrorists were released for the captive Israeli.
After his release, he was deported to Gaza where he quickly resumed his terror activities. According various published reports, Faqha was in charge of setting up Hamas terror cells in Judea and Samaria. Some of his extracurricular activities included recruiting terrorists and providing funds and instructions for execution of terror operations. These nefarious activities made him a marked man.
Hamas was quick to condemn Israel for Faqha’s unnatural demise and with customary bluster and banal rhetoric swore revenge against the “Occupation,” a euphemism for Israel. At a memorial service, Hamas politburo chief, Khaled Mashaal, stated that “The Zionist occupier took from us a great hero and for this we will not sit quietly.” Other Hamas officials struck an equally combative and belligerent tone.
In response to the assassination, Hamas closed the Erez crossing, the Gaza Strip’s main crossing point into Israel. This action appears to be self-defeating since it prevents humanitarian aid from entering the Strip and prevents Gazans seeking medical treatment in Israel from leaving. The closure also adversely affects journalists and aid workers.
Hamas has offered no proof that Israel was behind the killing and Israel has offered no comment on the matter, though it did put its forces on high alert along the border as a precautionary measure. Hamas leaders have become unhinged as a result of the slaying and Israel is taking no chances.
Read the rest of this excellent piece via the link below:
The world should be grateful to whoever took out this violent genocidal Islamic scumbag whether it be the Israeli government as some speculate it might be or whether it was the result of some internal conflict between ‘Palestinian’ thugs.
There are probably a great number of people who will sleep safer in their beds tonight following the removal of the worthless piece of trash Mazen Faqha.