Miami Rabbi Shot and KIlled on His Way to Synagogue this Morning

ByPamela Geller on August 9, 2014
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The Rabbi of a Miami Beach synagogue was murdered earlier today on his way to synagogue. The Rabbi was shot dead in cold blood only two blocks away from the synagogue that was defaced with Hamas, swastikas and Jew-hatred last week after a Hamas-CAIR hate demo.

J’ accuse.

I accuse Hamas-CAIR for organizing a violent, pro-Hamas, pro-terror demo last week that resulted in the defacing of the Miami synagogue. This is the poison fruit of CAIR’s incitement to hate and violence. Journalists were attacked by Muslim shouting, “We are all Hamas,” “We are all jihad.”

I accuse Hamas-CAIR.

I accuse the media for stoking Jew-hatred when the Jewish state defends itself from savages.

I accuse weak and feckless leaders in the West who won’t say publicly what they know to be true privately.

I accuse President Obama of perpetuating the fiction of Hamas-staged attacks by calling them “indefensible,” “horrifying,”  and”appalling.” I accuse President Obama of sanctioning savagery and equating Islamic terror with self-defense.

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I accuse Muslim leaders for inciting to genocide and violence against Jews, Christians and the kuffar.

This Rabbi was targeted.

“North Miami Beach Rabbi Shot and Killed on Shabbat,”
By Jewish Press News, August 9th, 2014

A rabbi, identified as Rabbi Joseph Raksin by NBC news, was shot and killed on his way to synagogue Saturday morning, in North Miami Beach.

He was shot by 2 youths at 9am, and airlifted to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center, where he died.

The two fled, one on foot, and one on a bike.

A reader updated us that today’s murder took place two blocks away from a Miami synagogue, which was vandalized with swastikas and the word “Hamas” last week.

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