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Israel Names the 26 Terrorists to be Released First

Monday, August 12th, 2013

The Israel Prison Service has released the names of the first batch of terrorists that Israel will be releasing due to US pressure, in exchange for the Palestinian Authority to agree to talk to Israel. The captured terrorists are expected to be released in the very near future.

Here is a translated version of the list.

  # The Terrorists Arrest Date
Charge The Victims
1 Kur Mitwa Hamad Faiz November 1, 1985
Attempted Murder, Murder Solomon Abuksis and

Menachem Dadon
2 Tzalach Abrahim Achmad Mugdad June 14, 1993
Murder Yisrael Tannenbaum
3 Nanish Naif Abdal Jafer Samir March 5, 1989
Murder Binyamin Meisner
4 Arshid A’ Hamid Yosef Yosef March 5, 1993
Attempted Murder, Murder Nadal Rabu Jaab,

Adnan Agaad Dib,

Mufid Canaan,

Taufik Jradat,
Abrahim Said
5 Al-Haj Otman Amar Mustefa June 20, 1989
Murder Fredrick Rosenfeld
6 Matzlach Abdallah Salama Salama October 9, 1993
Murder David Reuven
7 Abu-Musa Salam Ali Atia March 30, 1994
Murder Isaac Rottenberg
8 Miklad Mahmoud Zaid Salach July 14, 1993
Accessory to Murder Yehoshua Deutch
9 Tzualacha Bad Almajid Mahmad Mahmad December 2, 1990
Attempted Murder, Murder Baruch Heizler
10 Shat Azat Shaban Aataf March 15, 1993
Accessory to Murder Simcha Levi
11 Abdal-Al Said Uda Yosef February 20, 1994
Bombthrowing, Accessory to Murder Ian Feinberg,

Sami Ramadan
12 Barbach Faiz Regev Madhat January 21, 1994
Murder Moshe Becker
13 Raai Abrahim Salam Ali April 9, 1994
Murder Morris Eisenstaat
14 Nashbat Jaber Yosef Mahmad September 21, 1990
Accessory to Murder Amnon Pomerantz
15 Mortaja Hasin Ganan Samir October 29, 1993
Kidnapping, Murder Samir Alsilawi,

Halad Malca,
Natzer Akila,

Ali Al Zabut
16 Tzualacha Faza Ahmad Hussani December 2, 1990
Attempted Murder, Murder Baruch Heizler
17 Ramachi Salach Abdallah Farj July 14, 1992
Murder Avraham Kinsler
18 Abu-Sata Ahmad Said Aladin January 3, 1994
Murder David Dadi,

Haim Weizman
19 Abu Sita Taleb Mahmad Iman January 24, 1994
Murder David Dadi,

Haim Weizman
20 Mazour Omer Abdel Hafiz Asmat October 29, 1993
Accessory to Murder Haim Mizrachi
21 Asajra Mahmad Ahmad Halad May 1, 1991
Murder Anne Lee
22 Jendia Yosef Reduan Nahad July 14, 1989
Murder Zalman Shlein
23 Hemdia Machmud Awad Muchmad July 14, 1989
Murder Zalman Shlein
24 Abdel-Nebi a’ Wahab Gamal Jamil December 15, 1992
Accessory to Murder Shmuel Geresh
25 Zived Muchmad Tahar Tahar February 6, 1993
Murder Avraham Cohen
26 Tzaviach Abad Hamad Burhan February 18, 2001
Murder Jameel Mahmad,

Naim Tzaviach,

Aisha Abdallah

Haradi Marwach

My Friend’s Murderer is Set to be Released

Sunday, July 28th, 2013

Twenty years ago, a soldier, a friend I met at enlistment, Yehoshua Friedberg, was murdered by Arab terrorists. The last time I saw him must have been on a Friday, I guess it was a week or so before he was murdered.

We were in Jerusalem, it was getting late. I was rushing home. I was on one side of Yafo street, and he was on the other. We waved to one another, and we continued on our way. Yehoshua was a very special person. He had gone out of his way to help me when I was having some initial difficulties in the army.

Around a week later, back on base, we heard they were organizing search parties for a missing soldier, then I heard it was Yehoshua. Then I heard they found his body.

I was just talking to another friend, Ari Fuld, who also enlisted with us. He said Yehoshua’s killer was released in the Gilad Shalit deal.

I checked again, because I saw his killer’s name on the current list. It turns out one of them was released in the Shalit deal.

But Yehoshua had two murderers.

The second is apparently now on this latest list of murderers to be released, just so Abbas will agree to talk to Netanyahu.

Ari and I were just on the phone, we were somewhere between speechlessness and voiceless rage. I’m reliving what I felt 20 years ago.

These “Palestinians” killed our friend. They should be dead, not freed to be lauded as heroes by their sick and demented society.

I am speechless. I am at a loss. I don’t have the words to express how I feel right now.

Holder Won’t Prosecute Palestinian Killers of 54 U.S. Civilians

Sunday, March 10th, 2013

News broke out last week that the US has captured Osama Bin-Laden’s son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith. It appears that the former Al-Qaeda spokesman was picked up as he was traveling from Turkey to Amman.

But in Amman, capital city of Jordan, resides a woman who was far more active than Abu Ghaith in killing and maiming American citizens. Ahlam Tamimi, described as a university student and part-time journalist, planned the Sbarro massacre of August 2001 in Jerusalem, and personally led the guitar-case carrying bomber to the crowded destination.

President Obama is planning to visit Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and Amman, Jordan this month. He could do a great service in the fight against terrorism by publicly committing his administration to the active prosecution of Palestinians who willfully murdered and wounded American citizens. U.S. terror victims are not asking for favors; we are asking our government to bring justice to those who have been devastated by wanton Palestinian terror funded by U.S. tax dollars.

Fifteen people were murdered in the Sbarro massive explosion, including two American citizens, and another four Americans were wounded. Tamimi was arrested, tried, and sentenced to sixteen life sentences in Israeli jail. But in October, 2011, she went free as part of the deal Israel made to release captive soldier Gilad Shalit. Today, Tamimi sits in Amman where she has her own talk show. As to her role in the bombing, one can hear it in her own words:




The story of Tamimi is the story of failed U.S. law enforcement as it should apply to Palestinian terrorists. After the murder of Leon Klinghoffer on the Achille Lauro, in 1985, the U.S. passed a set of laws to make a terror act against a U.S. citizen anywhere in the world an offense prosecutable in U.S. federal court. A summary of the laws may be found here. These laws form the basis for the extradition of terrorists and pirates, but, to date, the U.S. has never applied these laws to a Palestinian terrorist involved in the death or injury of an American citizen.

This state of affairs is not due to a lack of information: from the 1993 signing of the Oslo Accords to 2006, the tail end of the “Second Intifada,” Palestinian terrorists have murdered 54 American citizens and wounded another 84—including this author and his son—a total of 72 separate terror attacks. The FBI dutifully opened files on every attack and a new office was opened in the Department of Justice to “monitor” such cases: the Office of Justice for Victims of Overseas Terrorism (OJVOT).

If anything should be abolished during the present “sequester,” it is this office: the number of Palestinian terrorists tried since this OJVOT came into existence in 2005 is equal to the number prior to that date: Zero.

While no Palestinian terrorist has ever been extradited by the U.S., the DoJ has been busy coordinating with Israel the transfer to the U.S. of accused drug dealers and wanted criminals. Since 2004, two years after my son and I were the recipients of Palestinian shrapnel from a suicide bombing, I have begged and pleaded with U.S. officials to prosecute Palestinian terrorists. While their responses have uniformly been of sincere concern and determination (“The United States is committed to seeking justice for our citizens victimized by terrorism whether at home or abroad…”—AG Holder to this author), no Palestinian terrorist has ever been prosecuted.

When Israel was set to release hundreds of convicted terrorists in the aforementioned Shalit deal, I frantically contacted officials in the US government: the two women who brought “our” bomber to downtown Jerusalem were on the launch pad for release. The U.S. belatedly passed along to the Israeli government that no terrorist with American blood on his or her hands should be released. This note was given the day before the prisoner exchange. Needless to say, Israel ignored the request and not a word was said in Washington about the matter.

The reason is simple: Washington never expected Israel to comply, because our cases are irrelevant to the FBI and the DoJ. When the terrorists were released in exchange for the Israeli soldier, the FBI could not even figure out who got out: they could not translate the names because identity numbers were missing digits. Finally, an American lawyer who has worked harder than all of the various governmental agencies combined for U.S. terror victims, informed the FBI that 15 terrorists directly involved in the murder and maiming of American civilians walked free.

Anniversary of Rechavam “Gandhi” Ze’evi’s Assasination

Wednesday, October 17th, 2012

On October 17, 2011, Palestinian terrorists shot and killed Israeli Minister Rechavam “Gandhi” Ze’evi. Ze’evi was the founder of the right-wing Moledet party, and a strong advocate for finding and returning home Israel’s missing soldiers.

In 1974 Ze’evi retired from the IDF with the rank of Major General.

Among his other many accomplishments were his extensive and well-researched writings on the Land of Israel and as director of the Eretz Yisrael Museum.

Ze’evi was born in Jerusalem on June 20, 1926.

Ze’evi was killed in his Jerusalem Hyatt hotel room on Mount Scopus by Palestinian terrorists. The terrorists fled to the Palestinian Authority were they were given safe haven. Eventually the IDF captured them, and they were given life sentences in prison.

Rechavam “Gandhi” Ze’evi

Israel Liberated From Assault Of The Corries

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

It is now official. Rachel Corrie, patron saint of the pro-terror radical left and its Islamofascist allies, essentially committed suicide in order to assist Palestinian terrorists. She was not killed in cavalier fashion by Israel. Israel had no particular reason to want her dead (as opposed to deported).

The Haifa district court last week tossed out a petition by Corrie’s clueless parents. They had sought damages and a court proclamation that Israel was at fault in their daughter’s death. Instead, Judge Oded Gershon made it very clear that Rachel Corrie was responsible for her own death.

She intentionally placed herself in harm’s way interfering with Israeli anti-terror operations in Gaza. She did so in a place where Palestinian terrorists had fired at Israeli soldiers just hours earlier. The troops were there to destroy smuggling tunnels beneath residential buildings, tunnels used to smuggle in explosives, missiles, and other weapons – you know, the things used by terrorists to murder Jewish children and other living things.

Corrie had been sent to Gaza as part of a Solidarity-with-Genocidal-Hamas-Murderers delegation organized by the pro-jihad International Solidarity Movement, which notoriously hosted two terrorists the day before they murdered several Israelis at the Mike’s Place tavern in Tel Aviv in 2003.

Corrie entered Gaza to serve as a human shield for Hamas mass murderers. On March 16, 2003 she decided to play chicken with a large Israeli earthmover. The irony is that the driver would have stopped and capitulated to Corrie’s shenanigans if he had seen her. But he did not and struck her. She later died in a Palestinian medical facility.

Since then both the totalitarian left and the goose-stepping ultra-right have beatified Corrie. She is the darling of the Iranian Holocaust deniers. A ridiculous theater play has been making the circuits proclaiming Corrie a victim rather than an accomplice of terror. The most lasting image of Corrie was that of her face contorted with rage and as she burned an American flag.

When Reuters reported that Palestinians “honored” her after her death in a “symbolic funeral” by flying U.S. flags, James Taranto of the Wall Street Journal remarked that if Corrie were still alive, no doubt she’d have burned those flags.

Since her death, Corrie’s parents have been serving as an Israel-bashing SWAT team. They frequently come to Gaza to show their support for the same Hamas terrorists their daughter served. Ironically, on one occasion the terrorists kidnapped the Corrie parents but then quickly released them when it became clear they were far more valuable assets for terrorism while they run about free. The Corries also have been leading the jihad against the Caterpillar company because it sells equipment to Israel.

When the Corrie parents began their legal assault against Israel here in Haifa, where I live, I wrote an open letter to them, an excerpt of which is still relevant:

The city of Haifa is still recovering from the trauma of the summer of 2006, when it, along with the rest of northern Israel, was targeted by thousands of Katyusha rockets, fired from southern Lebanon by Hizbullah terrorists. Haifa has also been targeted by suicide bombers who carried out mass murders against civilians in buses and restaurants. Now Haifa is about to become the victim of yet another indignity. It is to be the scene for a legal assault by the parents of Rachel Corrie….

You have stated, “She [Rachel] had been working in Rafah with a nonviolent resistance organization, the International Solidarity Movement, trying to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes and wells.”

Well, she was not. Rachel was trying to prevent the demolition of tunnels used to smuggle weapons for Palestinian terrorists seeking to murder Jewish civilians. Your daughter was in a war zone as a belligerent, on behalf of a movement of Arab fascists seeking to destroy Israel and murder as many Jews as possible.

You demand that we feel your pain at the loss of your daughter, yet your daughter conscripted herself as an accomplice for those seeking to murder my children. You feel no pain for the scores of martyrs in my own city of Haifa murdered by those same terrorists.

You write, “Clearly, our daughter has become a positive symbol for people.”

The Forgotten Rachels (Video)

Monday, August 27th, 2012

While the news this week will be about Rachel Corrie, many have forgotten all the Jewish Rachels who have been killed by Palestinian terrorists.

Here is a short video to remind you who they were and how they were murdered.

Two Hamas Terrorists Earn Darwin Awards in August while Caring for Explosives

Friday, August 17th, 2012

A member of the military wing of Gaza’s ruling terrorist movement Hamas died when a bomb he was securing accidentally exploded, the Hamas Ezzedine al Qassam said on Friday.

The hapless shahid, who went by the name of Khalout Majid (until he went kaboom), died when a bomb went off while he was guarding the place where it was stored in northern Gaza City.

An Israeli military spokesman said he was unaware of the explosion.

Earlier this month, another member of the Brigades was killed in an explosion of an incendiary device which he was driving in his car in Gaza City.

The Israeli army said he was not involved in the incident either.

The two joined several other Palestinian terrorists who have been the recipients of the much coveted Darwin Award, which recognizes individuals who contribute to human evolution by self-selecting themselves out of the gene pool.

Back in 1999, in Jerusalem, the switch away from Daylight Saving Time raised havoc with Palestinian terrorists. The Palestinians refused to live on “Zionist Time,” with dire consequences:

At precisely 5:30 PM on Sunday, September 5, 1999, two coordinated car bombs exploded in different cities, killing three terrorists who were transporting the bombs. It was initially believed that the devices had been detonated prematurely by klutzy amateurs. A closer look revealed that the bombs had been prepared in a Palestine-controlled area, and set to detonate on Daylight Saving Time. But the confused drivers had already switched to Standard Time. When they picked up the bombs, they neglected to ask whose watch was used to set the timing mechanism. As a result, the cars were still en-route when the explosives detonated, removing the terrorists from humanity’s genetic considerations.

The 2012 Darwin Awards have already been decided (the winner was an attentive zoo employee who tried to assist a constipated elephant, but third place went to a couple who threw a lit stick of dynamite out of their car only to discover the window was closed) – but it’s not too late to suggest a Khalout Majid nomination on their Facebook page.

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