This is a picture of Shmuel Tabenfeld, the 5 month old baby from a Hasidic community in Rockland county who was murdered, along with his mother, by a Palestinian terrorist on Tuesday. (Via LGF of course) They were in Israel with their Father celebrating a wedding, but their father was not on the bus where the Imam blew himself up in order to commit mass murder. "After the explosion, he ran from hospital to hospital searching for his wife and child before finally hearing the grim news." A 3-year old girl, originally from the same Hasidic community, also was murdered.
Today, in a tiny bit of good news, the Israelis killed a senior Hamas slimebag with a targeted missile attack. Hamas is upset, and they say they're going to abandon the "cease fire". I'm a little confused. I kind of thought they'd already abandoned the phony "cease fire" (read: chance to re-arm and plan more attacks) with the three Jew-murdering operations in a week. But no, you see those were merely "reprisals" for Israeli army raids which ended up killing or jailing a handful of known terrorists. The usual story: Israel kills or captures a terrorist leader and a couple of his bodyguards, the Palestinians murder a bunch of Jewish children. The mainstream media, of course, refers to this as a "cycle of violence".
If you're not into this stuff, the reason for the nomenclature is that "Martyrdom Operation" is the common euphemism for suicide bombings throughout the Arab and Muslim world.