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    1. sam

      He died cause he was a Jew fighting to help Palestinians who disagreed with his more liberal and open views. He had a theatre with boys and girls participating together which radicals disagreed wtih and his playing a pig in one of his plays outraged Arab extremists.
      The Palestinians murdered someone who tried to give their youth a voice. They have to take a good look and ask why they hated him when all he tried to do was help them. I doubt if the Palestinian authorities will prosecute the murderer or murderers. In thier eyes Juliana was born to a Jewish mother which made him a Jew even though his father was an Arab Christian. Senseless murder, but aren’t they all.

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