New ZOA Publication: “The Forgotten Victims: Americans Murdered By Palestinian Arab Terrorists”
August 27, 2002

36 Americans Murdered by
Palestinian Arabs Since Sept.’93

NEW YORK – In the wake of the Palestinian Arab massacre of five Americans at Hebrew University, and the State Department’s continuing refusal to seriously pursue Palestinian Arab killers of these and other Americans, the Zionist Organization of America has published a powerful new booklet: The Forgotten Victims: American Citizens Murdered by Palestinian Arab Terrorists.

For a free copy of The Forgotten Victims, please call the ZOA at 212-481-1500.

The Forgotten Victims features:

* Biographical entries on the dozens of Americans murdered by Palestinian Arab terrorists in Israel since the 1960s.

* A “Killers at Large” section revealing the names —and, in some cases, the photos— of Palestinian Arab killers of Americans who are being sheltered by the Palestinian Authority.

* An ‘action guide’ on how to help promote the Koby Mandell Act, a new Congressional initiative to establish a special office in the Justice Department to capture and prosecute Palestinian Arab killers of Americans.

A total of 36 American citizens have been murdered by Palestinian Arab terrorists since the signing of the Oslo accords in 1993, 24 of them since the Palestinian Authority launched the current wave of violence against Israel in September 2000.

In addition, 68 Americans have been wounded since 1993, 43 of them since September 2000.

At least 103 Americans have been murdered by Palestinian Arab terrorists, and 119 wounded, since 1968.

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