By Micah Halpern
I've Been Thinking:
The IDF destroyed has destroyed a monument erected in memory of the sixteen year old female terrorist named Bian Asila.
Asila was killed by the border patrol soldier whom she had stabbed but failed to
murder at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron in October 2015.
The teenager was turned into a folk hero locally and throughout Palestinian culture. Asila became a symbol of defiance. Asila represented a girl who could make a difference.
And so some people, we don't know exactly who, erected a monument to her memory.
Inscribed on the monument is a quote from the Koran that reads: "In the name of the merciful Allah, do not think that those who were killed for the sake of Allah die, but live in the midst of Allah."
This quote is one of the most important verses in the Koran. It is the Koranic line that justifies suicide terror attacks. Theses terrorists see themselves as being martyred in the name of Allah. They see their deaths not as suicide - which is forbidden in Islam, but instead as a way to elevate Allah.
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