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November 28, 2015 / 16 Kislev, 5776
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‘Human Rights’ Groups Cry over IDF Arrest of Terrorist in Hospital [video]

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

Israeli security forces arrested a Hamas terrorist in a Hebron hospital early Thursday and killed his cousin who attacked them during the undercover operation.

The terrorist, 22-year-old Azzam Shaldallah, stabbed Yisrael ben Aharon in the eastern Gush Etzion community of Metzad on October 25.

Ben Aharon had stopped his car after it was hit by rocks. Shaldallah then stabbed him, but Aharon fought the terrorist and managed to shoot and wound him.

Israeli soldiers and the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) dressed in civilians clothes and infiltrated the hospital where Shaldallah was being treated and had found refuge.

Palestinian media said the security forces pretended they were bringing in a pregnant woman and then rushed to Shaldallah’s room, pulled out weapons and arrested him. The terrorist’s cousin violently interfered and was shot and killed.

Terrorists recently have evaded arrest by Israeli forces by turning themselves over to Palestinian Authority authorities, who protect them from arrest instead of handing them over to Israel.

Palestinian Authority: It’s Really About Israel’s Existence, Stupid

Sunday, November 8th, 2015

A semi-official news outlet that carries statements for Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas proclaimed on Sunday his oft-repeated wild incitement that Israel is out to destroy the central Al Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. And of far more international interest, the site added, “the current Palestinian uprising has its roots in 67 years” of Arab rage over the rebirth of the State of Israel.

The “Palestine Solidarity Network (PSN)” mouthpiece was quoted by the Palestine News Network (PNN) in the accusation against the Netanyahu administration on Sunday of ordering the destruction of the Al Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount.

Moreover, the PA government confirmed publicly that the issue of “new settlements” is not behind the latest round of Arab violence — nor has the issue of “settlements” been the issue igniting Arab violence over the past 20 years. It is the issue of Israel’s entire existence — as the more direct Gaza-based Hamas terrorist organization explains in its forthright founding charter, which proclaims its determination to annihilate the State of Israel at all costs — that the Palestinian Authority finds so upsetting.

“The current Palestinian uprising has its roots in 67 years of being forcibly and brutally pushed out of their lands and homes,” stated the PSN on the homepage of the PNN website.

PNN, the official Internet mouthpiece for the Palestinian Authority, posted the piece at around the same time a flight bearing Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was arriving in the United States for a meeting with President Barack Obama.

“Three months ago, Israeli illegal settlers burned down a Palestinian home in Duma (occupied West Bank), killing an infant and his parents,” the statement went on, promoting a theory that has yet to be substantiated. Jewish terrorists who in the past carried out “price tag” attacks and atrocities against Arab neighbors were caught by Israeli security personnel and jailed within days of the crime.

The Palestinian Authority instead glorifies Arab murderers, naming public squares, streets and children’s summer camp programs after terrorists who carry out attacks against Israelis and Jews. In the case of the Duma incident, it is still not clear who carried out the despicable arson murder of the two parents and baby.

“The incident was followed by an increased Israeli military and settler presence around the Al Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem,” PSN continued, adding, “Under orders from the far-right Israeli administration, parts of the mosque were burned and destroyed. Moreover, Israeli claims of access to worshipping sites are often a first step for more colonization of land and are inevitably met by a wave of rejection and anger.

“More than 70 Palestinians have been killed in the last month by the Israeli military and armed settlers, many of them civilians who were not involved in violent attacks,” the Palestinian Authority website claimed.

Actually, since October 1, there have been dozens of Arab terrorists — many of them teenagers inspired by the endless incitement broadcast over PA government-run media and taught in PA-approved classrooms — who have carried out more than 60 stabbings, six vehicle ramming attacks and five shooting attacks against Israelis and Jews. At least 10 Israelis died and well over a hundred have been wounded. There were four such attacks within a six-hour period just prior to the posting of the PSN article, in fact.

Most of the attacks have been carried out in and around Israel’s capital city of Jerusalem, and the ancient holy city Hebron. Both cities are sacred to Jews and contain sites holy to Muslims as well.

The blood spilled in our cities is a stupid, useless tragedy for everyone. It serves no one except the evil, corrupted Arab leaders who have destroyed nearly every bit of progress their people manage to achieve, and have succeeded in brainwashing the last three of those generations. They sadly managed to produce an ample supply of young expendables who grew up inspired to give birth, raise “martyrs” and give birth again. And now they are bringing up a whole generation of those silly enough and impulsive enough to rush into death without giving thought to the value of life, the value of true honor, as opposed to the travesty of “honor” sold to them by the fakers in their TV screens.

Arab Media Post Video of ‘Innocent Elderly Woman’ Aiming Car at IDF [video]

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

A 72-year-old widow of a terrorist and who almost ran down Israeli soldiers Friday was just a bad woman driver unjustly “executed” and not a terrorist, according to Palestinian Authority media.

A video from a soldier’s cam helmet that mysteriously ended up in Arab hands made the rounds on social media Saturday.

The IDF is investigating how the film from a soldier’s helmet was obtained.

The video, as seen below, clearly shows that the Hebron woman was driving on an empty street manned by Israeli soldiers who had closed the highway.

There also is no question that the car was veering towards the troops, who quickly got out of the way, and that soldiers aimed their rifles at the driver and shot her, not knowing what she would do next.

Afterwards, it was discovered that the woman, identified as Tharwat al-Sha’arawi, was armed with a commando knife in her handbag.

It also is known that her husband was a terrorist who was killed in the beginning of the Intifada in the late 1980s.

Palestinian Authority medics claimed that the woman simply made a mistake and pointed out that she was driving in heavy rain on the highway, north of Hebron, and where soldiers tried to wave her away.

The video does not bear out a report that she was driving “slowly.” She was not speeding but certainly was not crawling, especially when considering it was raining.

Channel 2 television quoted Israeli security sources as saying that al-Sha’arawi has recently said she wanted to attack Israeli soldiers.

And how about the commando knife in her car?

We can expect Arab media to claim that soldiers planted the knife to frame an innocent elderly woman, just like they claimed last month that a 16-year-old who was running towards guards at a checkpoint with a knife actually was just a good little boy trying to pass through the checkpoint.

After all, how can a 72-year-old woman with a commando knife be a terrorist?

One 16-Year-Old Arab Sniper Captured Near Hebron

Saturday, November 7th, 2015

Released for Publication: The Arab sniper who shot the IDF soldier in Beit Anoun, near Hebron, on Shabbat, was quickly apprehended by the Shabak (internal security) and IDF.

The 16-year-old Arab terrorist is a resident of Beit Naim.

At this time, it does not known if this is the same Arab sniper who also shot the 2 Jewish teenagers in Hebron.

The IDF soldier is in serious condition and his life is still in danger.

Would Your Great Grandparents Believe This?

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

If you told your great grandparents the following they wouldn’t believe a word. But it’s all true:

My husband just called. He’s in Efrat, the small town in the hills of Judea, about 10 miles south of Jerusalem, the capitol of Israel. It’s the town in which I lived last year, during my “Year of Living Israelly.”

My husband is in Israel to see the graduation ceremony of our son, who just finished basic training in the Israeli army and is about to enter some combat unit, he doesn’t yet know which one.

My husband had been at the wine store in Efrat — it specializes in wines made in Israel. He was on his way to the big grocery store at the Gush Etzion Junction — the Rami Levi — to buy food for our daughter (who is in the Israeli Air Force) to cook for Shabbat. She asked for boneless chicken, and he wanted to ask me if they had that at the Rami Levi, and if not what he should get instead.

But coming out of Efrat there was a huge traffic jam, and Route 60 — the road to Hevron, where three thousand years ago our father Abraham bought a burial plot for our Mother Sarah, as explained in the coming week’s parsha — was completely jammed going south, the direction in which my husband had to go.

My husband checked the news and found that, right at that junction, an Arab had just tried to kill some Jewish soldiers. It seems the Arab had been detained because he looked suspicious, and while he was being questioned he took out a knife and tried to stab the soldiers.

Savor that — the Jewish soldiers had detained the man who wanted to slaughter Jews. The Jewish soldiers were armed with automatic weapons.

The Arab, after he’d been detained and while he was being questioned, took out a knife and tried to stab one of the soldiers. Such a stupid and pointless act is impossible to understand until you remember that the Arab’s family will now be a paid a pension for this ridiculous, doomed attack. That pension, by the way, is financed in part by U.S. Tax dollars.

The predictable result resulted. The Arab is dead. The traffic jam was another predictable result.

My husband will go to the Rami Levi tomorrow. There will be more traffic, because it’s right before Shabbat, but maybe less if some other genius doesn’t try to stab Jewish soldiers, armed thank God with automatic weapons, who are there to protect Jews who have the wild presumption to live next door to Arabs.

By the way, that Rami Levi is typically filled on Thursdays with Arabs buying produce for their Shabbat – Friday – but they probably can’t get there today either because of the traffic jam caused by the Arab’s attempted stabbing.

If you told your great grandparents, living in their shtetlach of Eastern Europe — where, you can be sure, there was no Jewish army, armed with anything — they wouldn’t believe a word.

Thousands to Celebrate Matriarch Sarah this Shabbat at Hebron World Heritage Site

Thursday, November 5th, 2015

(JNi.media) Defying the threat of terror and the stormy weather, thousands of Jews are planning to take part in the annual Shabbat Chayei Sarah festivities in Hebron, a celebration of the purchase of the Cave of the Patriarchs (Me’arat Ha’Machpela) by Abraham which is recounted in the weekly Torah portion named after Abraham’s wife who was buried there 3,691 years ago, according to Jewish tradition.

This Shabbat, November 6-7, the Jewish community of Hebron and neighboring Kiryat Arba will open their homes to guests from throughout Israel and around the world who will come to Hebron to read the Torah portion recalling the passing of the Biblical matriarch Sarah and her husband Abraham’s purchase of the Cave of the Patriarchs as a burial plot. The cave subsequently became the final resting place of Abraham himself, as well as his son Isaac and his wife Rivkah, and their son Jacob and his wife Leah.

“The city of Hebron is proud and eager to host the myriad guests who will be joining us in celebration this Shabbat,” Yishai Fleisher, International Spokesman for the City of Hebron, said in a statement. “Israel has been hit by a plague of jihad, yet it continues to operate everyday with optimism and resilience. We look forward to a fun and festive experience for all the good people, government ministers, rabbis and educators, Jews and non-Jews who will come to pay tribute and join us in solidarity.”

Since Hebron’s liberation in 1967 and the subsequent effort to revitalize the community that had flourished for hundreds of years before the pogroms of 1929, the Machpela Cave has been a site of pilgrimage to millions of Jews and gentiles who come to honor the principal heroes of the Bible and the founders of monotheistic civilization.

Fleisher pointed out that while international bodies like UNESCO are trying to minimize the Biblical and Jewish significance of this world heritage site, and terrorists try keep pilgrims from arriving, by sowing fear and oppression, Israelis and lovers of the Bible worldwide defy those efforts by coming to Hebron on Shabbat Chayei Sarah and proclaiming the eternal connection between Hebron, the Bible, and the Jewish people.

Palestinian Authority Government Invests in Hebron

Wednesday, November 4th, 2015

The government of the Palestinian Authority held its cabinet meeting this week in the Arab terrorist stronghold of Hebron, and announced a decision to allocate funds to a special support program for Arabs living there.

Some $7 million is being allocation for 20 projects to be carried out in health, education and community infrastructure, according to a report published by Arab affairs journalist Khaled Abu Toameh in the Jerusalem Post.

Hebron has been a major locus of terrorism against Israel, particularly for the Gaza-based Hamas terrorist organization. The group has been active in Hebron for years; not only in promoting the current wave of terror but also in masterminding and carrying out the savage June 2014 kidnapping and murders of three Jewish teenagers that ultimately ignited Operation Protective Edge — Israel’s counter-terrorism war against Hamas in Gaza.

As part of the new PA investment in Hebron, more than 1,000 Arab families living in the Jewish side of Hebron will receive monthly stipends of $100 each. Residents of the Old City of Hebron will be treated to special support, according to the report, including financial aid to merchants and a salary hike for those who work for the Palestinian Authority.

Diplomatic visits to the city are also slated to increase, and foreign diplomats will receive regular updates on political developments in Hebron as well, particularly strife with Israel.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/palestinian-authority-government-invests-in-hebron/2015/11/04/

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