Tuesday, October 11, 2016


It turns out that the jihadist who attacked and murdered 2 people near Ammunition Hill received leniency from a judge who was a bad lot, and is now facing criticism:
As Yom Kippur approaches, Jews around the world are atoning for their sins, but MK Yehudah Glick (Likud) announced on Monday that there was one person he would not forgive: Judge Hagit Mak-Kalmanovith, who postponed the prison sentence of the terrorist who ended up killing two Israelis in Jerusalem on Sunday.

On May 30, the terrorist’s attorney reached a plea deal by which he would admit to assaulting a police officer and receive a reduced sentence of four months.

The lawyer asked that the sentence be postponed until October, and Mak-Kalmanovith agreed. On Sunday, having not yet begun his sentence, the terrorist went on a shooting spree.

“You listened to the pleading of the terrorist, who was arrested many times for violence.

You were cruel to the merciful and had mercy on the cruel,”
Glick wrote about Mak-Kalmanovith.

“As a result of your postponing the terrorist’s sentence for four months, he murdered two innocent Jews yesterday and wounded many others,” Glick went on.

“On the eve of Yom Kippur, before your Lord, will you be able to say your hands are clean?” The terrorist’s name is still being withheld under a gag order.

Glick encountered Mak-Kalmanovith in court on October 22, 2014, when he was the leading activist for Jewish prayer rights on the Temple Mount. He wrote in his Facebook post that the judge did not believe him when he said he felt his life was being threatened, and that he regularly faced violence from Arabs on the Temple Mount.

“You preferred the terrorists over me and decided to ban me from the Temple Mount, because you said that I was dangerous. You accepted the twisted and false claim.... You preferred to believe the violent people, the terrorists, the villains and the liars. I felt that you were assassinating me,” he wrote.

A week later, Muataz Hijazi of east Jerusalem shot Glick several times, critically wounding him.
This judge is clearly one who is not fit for her job, doesn't deserve it, and owes many an apology for her surely predetermined positions. In a way, this is similar to how the case of the ISIS terrorist in France who murdered a Catholic priest was handled. Obviously, cowardly law officials who're soft on violent criminals while hard on innocents must face some kind of disciplinary action and impeachment, because that's exactly what's enabling violent offenders to run around loose.

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