posted on Aug, 27 2014 @ 08:00 AM
a reply to: CommandoJoe
Then those kids.. they could've been killed by anyone, but they arrested almost 1000 Palestinians and bombed Gaza into rubble BEFORE they arrested
the guy alleged to know who did it (which is likely b.s.) and he wasn't even in Gaza.
Couldn't they have been arrested and killed by any or a few ultra right wing nuts to try (and succeed) at starting a war?
Yaakov Teitel an American-born Israeli, was arrested in the aftermath of the 2009 Tel Aviv gay center shooting for putting up posters
that praised the attack. Although Teitel confessed to the gay center shooting, Israeli police have determined that he had no part in the attack.
In 2009 Teitel was arrested and indicted for several acts of domestic terror, namely a pipe bomb attack against leftist intellectual Zeev Sternhell,
the murders of a Palestinian taxi driver and a West Bank shepherd in 1997, and sending a booby-trapped package to the home of a Messianic Jewish
family in Ariel. A search of his home revealed a cache of guns and parts used in explosive devices. As of January 2011, the case was
still pending trial. On January 16, 2013 Teitel was convicted of two murders, two attempted murders, and several other charges.
Eden Natan-Zada killed four Israeli Arab civilians on August 4, 2005. His actions were criticized by then prime minister Ariel Sharon, as "a
reprehensible act by a bloodthirsty Jewish terrorist", and author Ami Pedhzer describes his motivations as religious.:134
Baruch Goldstein an American-born Israeli physician, perpetrated the 1994 Cave of the Patriarchs massacre in the city of Hebron, in which he shot and
killed 29 Muslim worshipers inside the Ibrahimi Mosque (within the Cave of the Patriarchs), and wounded another 125 victims. Goldstein was killed
by the survivors. Goldstein was a supporter of Kach, an Israeli political party founded by Rabbi Meir Kahane that advocated the expulsion of Arabs
from Israel and the Palestinian Territories. In the aftermath of the Goldstein attack and Kach statements praising it, Kach was outlawed in
Yigal Amir's assassination of Yitzhak Rabin on November 4, 1995 has been described as terrorism with a religious motivation.:98-110 Amir
was quoted as saying he had "acted alone and on orders from God." and that "If not for a Halakhic ruling of din rodef, made against Rabin by a few
rabbis I knew about, it would have been very difficult for me to murder.":45 A former combat soldier who had studied Jewish law, Amir stated
that his decision to kill the prime minister was influenced by the opinions of militant rabbis that such an assassination would be justified by the
Halakhic ruling of din rodef ("pursuer's decree").:48 This Jewish religious concept allows for an immediate execution of a person if that
person is "pursuing", that is, attempting immediately to take your life or the life of another person, although the characterization of Rabin as din
rodef was rejected as a perversion of law by most rabbinic authorities.:255 According to Amir, allowing the Palestinian Authority to expand on the
West Bank represented such a danger.:48Amir was associated with the radical Eyal movement, which had been greatly influenced by
Sure they killed mostly Palestinians or Gay Jews, but as we well know in America, nuts can do anything for any reason.
So they probably shouldn't have arrested 700 Palestinians in a clean sweep (really looking for weapons or an excuse to incarcerate - because they
knew the boys were dead).
Also there is the Eyal movement.
You just dismiss this and take extreme right wing government of Israel at face value.
I feel like I'm defending Hamas, but i'm not, I'm defending the Palestinians who are being crushed. The love of my life is a Jewish girl, my
absolute soul mate. I have no hate for jews, nor an anti semitic bone in my body (even though Palestinians are a semetic people so that argument is
always funny to me).