Nudnik - n. U.S. colloq. Esp. in Jewish usage: a pestering, nagging, or irritating person
"It's immoral to send someone so young. They should have sent an adult who understands the meaning of his deeds."As Arnold Ahlert points out, this is just one more sign of the depravity of Palestinian society created by Arafat and his minions.
THE sickness or health of a society has much to do with its perception of moral behavior. It is revealing that the Palestinian mother who mourns the death of her 16-year-old son appears to be more concerned with the timing of his death than anything else.Over the last 10 years, since his return to Gaza, Arafat has inculcated a cult of death into the Palestinian youth. The result of this is that he has extended the time to achieve any kind of peaceful compromise. Assuming that the kind of incitement and hatred preached to children as young as in kindergarten is stopped now, we will have to wait for the current generation raised under this cult of death to die off. Only then will peace be possible.
Sixteen years is apparently below the "cutoff age" for killing innocent civilians in a crowded marketplace. Thus it becomes "immoral." One is tempted to ask what the "age of consent" is for a "moral" homicide bombing.