As the serial killing saga of self-styled Islamic extremist and al-Qaeda sympathizer, 23-year old Mohammed Merah, comes to a close in Toulouse, France, it might help to look at the lessons this event unwittingly provides, particularly as political correctness is all too often impedes doing so.
First, let us start by being honest about who the real victims are: not « the nation of France, » not « people of all races, » not « unity, » but Jews. As Yann Moix, in the French magazine, « La Règle du Jeu, » stated: « When a Jew is assassinated because he is a man, it is an assassination. When a man is assassinated because he is a Jew, it is an act of anti-Semitism. »
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