No one seriously expects the corrupt and terrorism-addicted Palestinian Arab leadership to engage in moments of genuine introspection. Were they able to comprehend the moral depravity of throwing a celebratory funeral for a religiously-inspired psychopath like the one they held a week ago ["5-May-14: The making of a martyr: it takes more than a village"], the world would have seen them quickly back down and change direction.
In truth, there is little rational basis, on the available evidence, to expect this to happen. On terrorism, they remain as committed as ever to their course.
But what about the moderate voices in Palestinian Arab society? Where are they? And what of the liberals, the humanists, the defenders of human rights, living far from the Middle East, who have given their support to the Palestinian Arabs? Have they lost their voices? Or their moral compass?
Perhaps they simply don't know it happened. So then we must let them know. Please help us by pointing them to this: "6-May-14: In search of appalled, sickened Palestinian Arabs".