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Tag Archives: Sirhan Sirhan
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”
JNS 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 … Continue reading
How many people today even know that Bobby Kennedy, a vocal supporter of Israel, was killed by a Palestinian terrorist?
ASSOCIATED PRESS RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan stable after prison stabbing by Don Thompson August 31, 2019 Sirhan Sirhan, imprisoned for more than 50 years for the 1968 assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, was hospitalized Friday after being stabbed by … Continue reading
He committed America’s first of Arab terrorism, changed the course of history and “was obsessed with both Israel and Jews”
NATIONAL REVIEW Sirhan Sirhan, Forgotten Terrorist by Warren Kozak June 5, 2018 What was the first act of Arab terrorism committed inside the United States? If you were thinking of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, which killed six people … Continue reading