I'm not a terrorist

Is David Ben-Ariel a terrorist? Did he try to blow up the mosques in Israel? Is that why he was deported from Israel? Or is he simply somebody who has been targeted for exposing the German-Vatican plot against Jerusalem and highlighting the Nazi Muslim occupation of the Temple Mount?

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"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act."
— George Orwell

President usurper Soetoro/Obama has, like the shameful Bush before him, waived our law against terrorist organization by permitting the terrorist PLO to keep their office open in Washington, D.C. What war on terrorism?

"The American Diplomat in Arafat's Corner," published in The Jerusalem Report, came as no surprise to me. It was referring to Edward Abington, Jr., the United States' former consul general in Jerusalem who is now "guiding the Palestinians through the labyrinths of Washington. And his firm is being paid $2.25 million for his expertise."

Why Edward Abington, Jr.  Must Be Investigated!

It is important to be educated about militant Muslims who are trampling the rights of Christians and Jews worldwide, not just daily upon the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.

The Nazi Muslims are engaged in a jihad and rely on the woeful ignorance or cowardness of non-Muslims to advance and impose their Islamo-fascist agenda on all of us.

You are a terrorist according to the definition.

A person or thing that is especially annoying or unpleasant.

A person who terrorizes or frightens others.

A radical who employs fear as a political weapon often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities.

Alarm, dismay, consternation. Terror, horror, panic, fright all imply extreme fear in the presence of danger or evil. Terror implies an intense fear that is somewhat prolonged and may refer to imagined or future dangers: frozen with terror. Horror implies a sense of shock at a danger that is also evil, and the danger may be to others rather than to oneself: to recoil in horror. Panic and fright both imply a sudden shock of fear. Fright is usually of short duration: a spasm of fright. Panic is uncontrolled and unreasoning fear, often groundless, that may be prolonged: The mob was in a panic.

I definitley agree to the definitions, especially the following one:

"A person or thing that is especially annoying or unpleasant. "

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