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Third Wave of Arab Terrorists Released by Israel

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013

Overnight Israel released 26 murdering terrorists due to US pressure and Palestinian Authority demands.

Three of the terrorists were released to Gaza, 18 to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah, and five to eastern Jerusalem, including one to the Old City of Jerusalem.

Appeals by bereaved families were unable to block the move.

These 26 terrorists had murdered approximately 100 people, Jews and Arabs, and wounded more in their various terror attacks.

A fourth release of more terrorists is expected within a few months.

Israeli-Arab Terrorists to be Released

Sunday, December 29th, 2013

The terror victims association Almagor claims that on the list of terrorists to be released tomorrow are terrorists who are also Israeli citizens, according to a report in Arutz-7.

The organization says this goes against the promise made to them, that at least Arab terrorists who are also Israeli citizens would be released to the Palestinian Authority during this prisoner release.

Almagor is preparing a petition to the Supreme Court to block the release of those Arab terrorists they claim are also Israeli citizens.

List of Terrorists to be Released, and Their Victims

Saturday, December 28th, 2013

On December 30th, due to American pressure, Israel is set to release the third batch of terrorists and mass murderers to the Palestinian Authority.

Listed below is the current list of terrorists to be released, and the names of their victims they murdered.

The original list, supplied by the Israel Prison Service is available in Hebrew here.

Terrorist Terror Attack Arrest Date Residence
Ahmed Farid Muhamed Shachada Murdered a suspect collaborator with Israel 2/16/1984 Ramallah
Muhamed Ahmed Abed El-Hamid Tos Murdered Zalman Abuknick, Michael Cohen, Meir Ben Yair, Edna Harari, and
Moti Suissa
10/6/1985 Hebron
Muhamed Aadel Hassan Daud Murdered Ofra and Tal Moses with a firebomb on their car 12/8/1987 Kalkilya
Juma Ibrahim Juma Adam Murdered Rachel Weiss, her 3 children, and a soldier David Delarosa with
a firebomb thrown at a bus
10/31/1988 Ramallah
Mahmoud Salam Saliman Abu Harbish Murdered Rachel Weiss, her 3 children, and a soldier David Delarosa with
a firebomb thrown at a bus
11/3/1988 Jericho
Ibrahim Lufi Chalmi Taktok Murdered IDF soldier Binyamin Meisner 3/3/1989 Shechem
Bilal Ibrahim Mustafa Damra Murdered Frederich Rosenfeld near Ariel 6/20/1989 Salafit
Raid Muhmad Sharif Saadi 1/23/1991 Jenin
Hosni Fara Ahmed Swalcha Murdered Baruch Heisler and wounded others on Bus 66 in Ramat gan 12/2/1990 Shechem
Muhamed Ahmed Mahmoud Sabar 1/23/1991 Jenin
Fars Ahmed Muhamed Barud Murdered Mordechai Roitman and wounded 3 others in a furniture store in
Hadera
3/23/1991 Gaza
Faisal Mustafa Mahmoud Abu El-Rab Murdered IDF soldier Yoram Cohen 9/25/1991 Jenin
Jamal Haled Ibrahim Abu Muchsan Stabbed to death Shlomo Yichye (76) in Kadima 10/4/1991 Jenin
Muhamed Ata Mahmoud Muamar Murdered Israel Prize winner Professor Menachem Stern in the Valley of
the Cross in Jerusalem
2/24/1992 Beit Lechem
Naaman Yussef Ahmed Shalbi Murdered two Druze citizens: Jamal Hasson and Mofid Canaan 5/7/1992 Jenin
Adnan Muhamed Yusef Affendi Injured two youths: Yaniv Shacham and Dan Rotokovitch in Jerusalem. Was
saved from lynch by Hareidi woman.
5/13/1992 Beit Lechem
Diaa Zacharia Shaker Al-Faluji Murdered Amatzia Ben-Haim in a Ganei Tal hot house 10/12/1992 Gaza
Mahmoud Fauzi Salma Falena Murdered Yehudit Ostron in Dolev with a roadside bomb. 8 others injured
in the attack
11/29/1992 Ramallah
Nasser Abdullah Abed Al-Hamid Abu Sror Murdered Shabak agent:Haim Nachmani 1/4/1993 Beit Lechem
Mahmoud Jamal Hassan Abu Sror Murdered Shabak agent:Haim Nachmani 1/5/1993 Beit Lechem
Osama Haled Camel Silawi PLO-Fatah commander in Jenin. Trained the murderers of Moti Biton 2/16/1993 Jenin
Muhamed Mustafa Ahmed Afana Murdered Sara Sharon in Holon 4/1/1993 Ramallah
Ramadan Muhamed Odeh Yaakub Murdered Sara Sharon in Holon 4/19/1993 Ramallah
Aiman Muhamed Anis Jeradat Murdered 2 Israeli Druze and collaberators with Israel 4/24/1992 Jenin
Ahmed Awad Ali Camil Murdered 5 Israelis and 50 Palestinians. Commander of Black Panther
terrorist group. 
9/29/1993 Jenin
Saeed Rashdie Muhamed Tamimi Murdered Haim Mizrachi near Beit El 11/9/1993 Ramallah
Ala A-din Fahami Fahad Al-Karki 12/18/1993 Hebron
Nasser Fauzi Mustafa Barhom Murdered Morris Edri in a store in Netanya 12/22/1993 Tul Karem
Mahmoud Muhamed Redwan Salamon 5/6/1994 Gaza
Ibrahim Faiz Mahmoud Abu Ali 10/8/1994 Gaza

Complete Victims List Proves Tzipi Livni Releasing Post-Oslo Killers

Monday, October 28th, 2013

Israel is set to release in the coming days 26 terrorists who killed Israeli citizens. Of the 26 terrorists set to be freed, 21 came from Judea and Samaria, and 5 from Gaza. Most committed their terror attacks before Oslo, and served sentences ranging from 19 to 28 years.

A point being repeated by Israeli official sources and is being echoed by all the local news media is that all those prisoners to be released committed their murders against innocents civilians before the Oslo agreement was signed. The idea must be that, had those killers been aware of a peace treaty with the “Jewish apes” they would have refrained from murdering them and possibly limited their aggression to table tennis and long hikes along the green line.

Except that — oops — the first Oslo accords were signed in Washington DC on Sepember 13, 1993, and Israel’s official list of the victims of Palestinian murder includes these two Jewish men:

Issac Rosenberg (67). Murdered March 29, 1994 by 2 terrorists with an ax. Murdered while working in Petach Tikva. Murdered after Oslo. Left behind a wife and son.

Yigal Vaknin (22). Murdered September 24, 1993, in Batzra, near Raanana. Stabbed to death. Murdered after Oslo. Left behind parents and eight brothers and sisters.

(Thanks to Moshe Matitya for the h/t.)

Can it be true? Is it possible that the Netanyahu-Livni peace dealers are lying to the public? We at the Jewish Pres online refuse to believe such an insinuation, and are certain that the murderers of these two blameless Jews were included by mistake. And now, that it’s become clear that their pending release is rooted in an error, the government will make sure to inform the prison authority and take them back to their cells.

Because our government is decent and democratic and would never, ever lie to us!

Another reason we know this must be a mistake, has to do with the rebuke that chief negotiator Tzipi Livni has sent Naftali Bennett’s way, telling him he was cynically attempting to destroy a process that the government has already approved and is on its way. Someone claiming the high moral ground, like Minister Tzipi Livni, could not possibly lie about the dates when the prisoners she’s releasing committed their murders.

Incidentally, Tzipi Livni’s circle continue to argue that any attempt on the part of Jewish Home to object to Tzipi Livni is tantamount to a call for her assassination, and they point out that a few days ago some guy up north spat in Tzipi Livni’s faction member’s face, and that’s how all assassinations usually start. First you spit at the Archduke Ferdinand, then you throw a bomb at his procession.

welcome to Israel, the land where every season is the silly season.

Here is the list of the other Jews who were murdered, and the circumstances of their demise. If you’re angry after reading this list and livid at the release of the murderers it means you’re holding on to a measure of sanity. If you consider letting their 26 killers go the price of making peace, you are quite possibly insane.

David Reuven (59). Murdered April 20, 1991. Beaten to death, while tied up in a mini-market where he worked. Left behind a wife, three children, and grandchildren.

Avi Osher (40). Murdered June 28, 1991. Stabbed to death in Moshav Massuah by Arab workers who worked for him for over 15 years. Left behind a wife and two children.

Meir Ben-Yair (33). Murdered June 27, 1985. Shot in his car, in a forest near Jerusalem.

Michal Cohen (32). Murdered June 27, 1985. Shot in her car, while touring in the forest near Jerusalem. Left behind a husband and two children.

Yosef Shirzi (62). Murdered May 29, 1992. Murdered in Eilat, by four terrorists who swam into Eilat. He was working as a guard when he went to investigate suspicious movement, at which point the terrorists shot him. Left behind a wife and three brothers.

Yosef Eliyahu (35). Murdered July 21, 1985. Was touring in Gilboa for work when three terrorists attacked them. The body was found in a cave a week later. Left behind a wife and five children.

Leah Almakais (19). Murdered July 21, 1985. Was touring in Gilboa for work when three terrorists attacked them and strangled her to death. The body was found in a cave a week later. Left behind a parents, brothers and a sister.

Gania Friedman. February 21, 1992. Murdered while walking down the street in Kfar Saba. Her father and two additional bystanders were also stabbed in the attack.

Moti Biton (32). Murdered October 27, 1992. Murdered in the Jezreel Valley, when he entered an Arab owned supermarket. His wife shot at the terrorists. Left behind a wife and three children.

Revital Seri (22). Murdered October 22, 1984. Tied up and shot by terrorists, while hiking near Jerusalem with her boyfriend Ron Levi. Survived by parents and two sisters.

Ron Levi (23). Murdered October 22, 1984. Tied up and shot by terrorists, while hiking near Jerusalem with his girlfriend Revital Seri. Survived by parents and two sisters.

David Kaspi (33). April 19, 1985. Killed by three Arabs passengers in his taxi, who shot him. Left behind a wife and two daughters.

Shimon Cohen (71). Murdered May 28, 1990. Murdered by a bomb in Machane Left behind a wife, five children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Tzvi Klein (44). Murdered December 3, 1991. Murdered in a drive-by shooting, between Jerusalem and Ofra. Left behind a wife and three children.

 

Updated: Jordan Valley Terror Victim Identified

Friday, October 11th, 2013

The man who was bludgeoned to death, apparently by two Palestinian Authority terrorists, has been identified as a retired IDF colonel Sariya (שריה) Ofer.

Ofer was the founder of the IAF special forces unit “Shaldag”.

He is also the nephew of Sammy Ofer, the business magnate and philanthropist, who owned, among other things, the ZIM shipping company and the Israel Corporation.

According to Sariya’s wife, Monique, at around 1 AM, the couple heard noises outside their house. When her husband out to check, he was attacked by two terrorists.

His wife managed to flee the house, crawling through bushes and barbed wire fence until she reached the road, suffering cuts.

While in the house, she managed to call a friend who alerted the police.

According to the wife’s daughter, the terrorists were searching with flashlights for the wife, as she was escaping.

The Long List of Arab Riots Throughout Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem

Friday, September 27th, 2013

There has been an escalation of Arab attacks all week long, but since early Friday afternoon, Arabs have been violently rioting throughout Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem following Arab calls for violent demonstrations.

Dozens of attacks have been reported today, here is a partial roundup of some of the attacks:

Local Mount of Olive residents were told to bring in their Sukkahs overnight, after they received advance warning that Arabs were planning to burn down their Sukkahs on Friday with firebombs.

Hundred of Arabs were stoning Jews with cinder-blocks and stones on the road leading to the Mount of Olives neighborhoods.

Undercover police officers managed to identify and apprehend the ringleaders of the riot, and dispersed the remaining Arab hooligans.

From Tazpit News Agency:

Approximately 100 Arabs are rioting near Kever Rachel.

Two pipe bombs were thrown near Kever Rachel.

Near Sha’ar Shechem (Damascus Gate) in Jerusalem, a policeman was lightly injured by Arab rock throwers.

A soldier was injured near Beit Omar from stone throwing. His teeth were broken when a stone hit him in the face.

Near Assawiyah in Jerusalem, Arabs are throwing stones and burning tires.

Arab are throwing stones at Beit Hadassah in Hebron.

Arabs are burning an agricultural field near Hebron.

Arabs are rioting near Shechem.

Arabs threw stones at cars near Efrat in Gush Etzion.

A firebomb was thrown at IDF troops near Beit Omar.

On road 60, between Gush Etzion and Hebron, Arabs are throwing stones at cars and policemen.

Arabs lit up a tire between Beit Fa’jar and Migdal Oz in Gush Etzion.

Violent riots have been reported near Ne’elin. One person was injured.

Israel Frees 26 Terrorists for Peace Talks

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Two convoys left the Ayalon prison on Tuesday night at around 9 pm, carry 26 terrorists who were released as the first part of an Israeli gesture to the Palestinian Authority.

One convoy, carrying 15 terrorists traveled to the Erez junction, near Gaza, where those terrorists were released. The second convoy, carrying 11 terrorists, went to Ofer prison, and then on to the Beitunia checkpoint. The conveys reached their destinations after midnight.

Palestinian Authority Arabs have gathered to greet the terrorists upon their arrival. Over 1000 Arabs have gathered at the Muqata in Ramallah to greet the freed terrorists, and Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas will be leading a welcoming ceremony.

Hamas has issued a ban on Fatah (PLO) organized celebrations in Gaza, and instead will be holding their own celebration event later in the week.

Correcting a mistake made in the many previous terrorist releases, Israel decided to use windowless vans to transport the terrorists, so at least within Israel controlled areas, they couldn’t make their victory displays to the media. Israel also released the prisoners late at night, in order to minimize attendance at the Palestinian Authority celebration parties.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/israel-frees-26-terrorists-for-peace-talks/2013/08/14/

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