One of the earliest Palestinian acts of terror occurred on US soil in 1968: “I did it for my country,” said the Palestinian terrorist who, on the one-year anniversary of the Six-Day War, murdered U.S. presidential candidate Sen. Robert F. Kennedy over his support for Israel”

Parole recommended for RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan
by Staff
August 29, 2021

Sirhan Sirhan, the Palestinian terrorist who murdered U.S. presidential candidate Sen. Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) 53 years ago over his support for Israel, could be released from prison within a few months, multiple media outlets reported over the weekend. Sirhan, a Christian, Jerusalem-born Jordanian citizen and naturalized American, shot the 42-year-old brother of the late President John F. Kennedy—assassinated four and a half years earlier in Texas—at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles on June 5, 1968. RFK had just delivered a victory speech after winning the California Democratic Party primary. READ MORE

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