Parents Are Angry After School Has Moment of Prayer for Hamas Terrorists


What would you say if you found out that your child was forced to pray (Moment of silence) for terrorists?

That is the situation of parents of students attending the elite New York school Beacon School located in Manhattan. It was even more upsetting to the Jewish students and their families. Hamas has admitted that at least 50 among the dead were Hamas terrorists. Hamas has been attacking the border between Gaza and Israel in hopes of getting the anti-Semites in the United Nation tom pass yet another resolution condemning Israel for acting in self defense. Parents have begun complaining to the school over this moment of silence.

From The Blaze

Parents said they viewed the moment of silence as being anti-Jewish.

“I am extremely upset because I did not send my child to a New York City public school to pray for Hamas operatives,” a father, who is Jewish, told the Post.

Students said an announcement about the moment of silence was broadcast over the school’s intercom system on Tuesday.

“As a Jewish student, I could see a lot of my Jewish friends get very weird when the moment of silence started,” Sophie Steinberg, a junior from Brooklyn, told the Post. “They don’t know how to feel. They don’t know how to fit into all of this.”

Did the US have a moment of silence for John Wilkes Booth? Adolf Hitler? Jeffrey Dahmer? The Las Vegas shooter? So why is this acceptable? Because the victims were Jews? The left in this country is becoming more sympathetic to terrorists every day. Especially when they attack the Jews.

This is especially more pronounced on college campuses where professor preach about the evil Jews as they attack Israel and everything it stands for even as they are under assault by the terrorists.

“It is disgraceful to mourn the death of Hamas terrorists,” said Morton Klein, the organization’s president.

Parents said they viewed the moment of silence as being anti-Jewish.

“I am extremely upset because I did not send my child to a New York City public school to pray for Hamas operatives,” a father, who is Jewish, told the Post.

Students said an announcement about the moment of silence was broadcast over the school’s intercom system on Tuesday.

“As a Jewish student, I could see a lot of my Jewish friends get very weird when the moment of silence started,” Sophie Steinberg, a junior from Brooklyn, told the Post. “They don’t know how to feel. They don’t know how to fit into all of this.”

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