BLOOD ON HANDS: Judge agreeing to delay Muslim ‘Palestinian’ terrorist’s prison sentence led to him shooting two Israeli Jews to death
Likud MK slams judge who agreed to delay the prison term of the terrorist who killed two people on Sunday.
MK Yehuda Glick (Likud), a Temple Mount activist who was shot at close range by a terrorist last year and miraculously recovered, posted a sharp rebuke of a judge in the Jerusalem District Court, Hagit Mac-Kalmanovich, who until recently served as Vice-president of the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court, blaming her for the terror attack that left two people dead yesterday.
In his post Glick claimed that Mac-Kalmanovich is the one who agreed to the terrorist’s request to delay the start of his imprisonment. He was scheduled to begin serving his time in prison for Facebook incitement on Sunday, but instead picked up a weapon and shot at innocent Israelis.
“Honorable Mac-Kalmanovich,” Glick wrote, “even though it is Erev Yom Kippur (the day before the Day of Atonement) I can’t forgive you. The blood of the dead is on your hands.”
Glick recounted his past experiences with the judge when accused of endangering the peace on the Temple Mount. “I will never forget how I stood before you on that Wednesday, October 22, 2014, begging for my life. I argued with all my strength that the plot against me had no beginning, middle, or end. But you chose to believe the terrorists rather than the Israeli police.
“I handed you a polygraph test that proved that I had not broken any rules. I asked you if you were even interested in the rules of procedure. You mocked me. You chose the terrorists and said that I am the dangerous
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