The most recent suicide bomber in Israel (it's a tragedy that this will not be the last) really typified what the movement is all about.
This was not an insane person (by any accounts), but rather someone carrying out a plan.
1. He tried to set off a nail filled bomb in front of the Lycee Francaise (French children's school). While we might joke on here about the French, they are not supporters of Israel (see my numerous comments on them) and in fact have given aid to many well known terrorists (i.e. Many leaders of Arab extremist movements have sought refuge there, and even the Ayatolla ran Iran in exile from there before the Shah fell). The argument about it being the Israelis who target children is crazy because the Israeli police tried to protect the children from this bomber.
2. He pretended to be Jewish so he could get close to the children. As an attempt to disguise himself, he dressed as a religious Jew. More importantly, he wore the skullcap of a Jew. If this man was so proud of his heritage, why did he have to disguise it? Perhaps the people that got him to believe bombing was acceptable didn't really care about the "palestinian" cause as much as they were simply anti-Jewish.
3. The "unbalanced" death toll (one dead "palestinian") and although 20 Israelis wounded, no dead was do to the heroic actions of police and not "genocide". In the US, they would have held a parade and given these cops keys to the city for their actions yet the Arabs trumpet this as a problem, the fact that Israelis didn't die in equal or great numbers.
4. The Europe Union observer came late to the scene and proved just how ineffective he was. While the EU claims to be there to be trying to end this situation, they are simply trying to meddle where they don't belong. They didn't offer apologies to the victims or condemn the attack in anyway.
The reality is becoming clear. Hopefully the rest of the world can see these terrorists for what they are.