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Saturday, July 29, 2006

And thus it begins...

Yesterday in Seattle, Washington, a Muslim man walked into the Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle and shot six people, injuring five and killing one.

The gunman, who employees said claimed to be a Muslim angry at
Israel, forced his way through the security door at the Jewish Federation after an employee had punched in her security code, said Marla Meislin-Dietrich, a co-worker who was not at the building at the time.

Staff members said they overheard him saying "'I am a Muslim American, angry at Israel,' before opening fire on everyone," Meislin-Dietrich said. "He was randomly shooting at everyone."

The first reaction by the FBI when they were investigating was that there was no motive for this act of violence. They had no idea why this Muslim man went into the Jewish Federation and started shooting. NOW, they are saying that he was "a lone individual acting out antagonism toward this particular organization."

Regardless of whether or not he was working for any particular group, it makes you wonder how many more cases like this we will be seeing in the near future.


  • At 2:36 AM, Blogger El Keter ben Tzadik said…

    See, what I don't understand is the FBI saying there was "no motive" when eyewitnesses are saying that the man very clearly stated his motive! A guy being angry about a specific series of events and busting some heads over it as "payback" isn't a motive? I think it all makes perfect sense really. Also, the statement about acting out "antagonism towards this particular organization" doesn't jibe with the statements about what the man supposedly said while perpetrating the shooting. I doesn't sound like he's a disgruntled employee or something, ya know?


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