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Police Arrest Woman for Calling Mohammed a Pig

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

Mohammed the Prophet is not a pig. Let’s make that perfectly clear, so I don’t get arrested for angering a Muslim.

Mohammed is dead. Whether he was a pig or not, or really is a pig in his after life, is not known.

It is known that a 20-year-old Israeli yelled in front of Muslim women on the Temple Mount, “Mohammed is a pig.”

The Muslims did not call Jews pigs. They simply screamed, “Slaughter the Jews.”

Now, guess who was arrested, the Muslim women calling for murder or the Jewess insulting the prophet of Islam, may he rest in the peace process?

Jerusalem police spokeswoman Luba Samri said the police show “zero tolerance” toward such provocations as calling Mohammed a pig, so the Jew, Avia Morris, was arrested.

Police arrested another Israeli on Monday for uttering the same expression.

Morris told Channel 2 television:

They [Muslim women] wouldn’t stop insulting us. They didn’t stop offending our feelings and those of Jews. At some point, after more than an hour of taunts and insults, I decided to respond after things reached a climax.

Arabs, of course, reacted with something other than “oink, oink.” Arab media posted the video of Morris making her remark, and Arabs dutifully responded by rioting like, uh, wild pigs.

That is why police arrested her. They don’t want to deal with Arab riots.

Jews don’t riot when Arabs say, “Slaughter the Jews.”

The police go into action only after the Arabs actually do slaughter the Jews, such as last year in a Jerusalem synagogue, where three rabbis and another Jew were hacked to death during morning prayer services.

No, Mohammed is not a pig. Why insult a pig?

Court Releases Two Youths Detained in Church Arson Case

Tuesday, July 28th, 2015

(JNi.media) On Sunday, Nazareth Magistrate Court released two youths who were detained on suspicion of involvement with the June 18 arson at the Bread and Fish Church north-west of the Sea of ​​Galilee, Honenu legal aid society reported.

The youths, who deny all connection to the incident, were held under harsh conditions in a Shin Bet facility for some 10 days, according to the report. Police requested that the youths be released conditionally, and the court ordered them kept under house arrest for two weeks, and prohibited them from contacting other suspects in the case.

Honenu accused the Shin Bet of using harsh interrogation techniques, which included humiliation and threats. Interrogation sessions were carried out for many hours every day, with the boys being shackled to a chair.

The boys were kept in a small cell that lacked minimal conditions, with the light kept on constantly.

The remand of three other suspects has been extended and the Attorney General’s office announced that it would file an indictment against two of them. One of them is suspected of damaging the church and the other of assisting in carrying out the act.

Honenu attorney Aharon Roza, representing one of the released detainees, stated, “I am pleased with the release of the detainee who was held, through no fault of his own, in remand under inhumane and humiliating remand conditions. I demand that it be clear that his release indicates that he does not have any connection to carrying out the act attributed to him.”

Honenu attorney Yuval Zemer, who is representing the other released detainee, said that “from the outset we pleaded that the detainees do not and did not have any connection to the serious crimes attributed to them. We, of course, are pleased with the release, but are saddened by the fact that the detainees were forced to suffer, for approximately 10 days, under harsh remand conditions, brutal interrogations, and severe violations of their basic rights, when today there is no doubt that there was no justification for the remand.”

The Soldiers Always Let Us Pass

Monday, July 27th, 2015

I read a story in the paper over the weekend, and it reminded me of a story of my own.

The newspaper told of a family in Gush Katif. When the soldiers came to expel them from their homes, they took the Mezuza off from the doorpost and gave it to the lead soldier. They told him to return it to them in the future.

Recently they inquired about the soldier through a third party, and asked to meet with him and get their Mezuza back.

The family was told that the soldier did not want to meet with them, and he also doesn’t want to return the Mezuza, which he is still holding on to.

Before the Expulsion, when I was trying to sneak people into Gush Katif, I would pick up hitchhikers, and we’d drive down trying to get past the army/police roadblocks and into Gush Katif.

Sometimes we’d find our way blocked, and have to go off-road, driving through the fields, ditches and dirt roads. Quite an experience, especially when your car is not made for off-road driving.

We even drove right through some of the makeshift army bases, which was quite surreal (stopping for ice cream at the Gazlan).

But more often than not, if the person guarding the road was a soldier, and the policemen wasn’t standing nearby watching him, we’d ask the soldier what he thought of the Disengagement.

Most didn’t want to answer, only telling us they weren’t allowed to let us go past, and then quietly mention the policeman is watching what they say and do.

At that point I’d ask them, “What do you plan to tell your children in 10 or 20 years from now, when they ask where you where and what you did during the Disengagement?”

I’d tell them, “You have 2 options, you can tell them you followed your orders and participated in the destruction of the homes of your fellow Jews — OR you can tell them how you actively helped sneak other people past the roadblocks to fight the Disengagement.”

“Which story do you want to be able to tell your children?”

The soldiers always let us pass.

Temple Mount Policemen Released from Hospital

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

The two Israeli policemen that were injured by Islamic terrorists on the Temple Mount on Sunday morning have been released.

They were treated in the Hadassah Ein Karem emergency room.

Capturing Terrorists

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

Drone and headcam footage released from the capture of the PLO terror cell that murdered Danny Gonen on June 19, 2015.

 

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Dozens of Jerusalem Arabs Attack Police with Rocks

Sunday, July 12th, 2015

Dozens of Arabs in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat attacked Border Police with rocks late Sunday afternoon during an arrest of a suspect.

Border Police employed riot-dispersing methods and seriously injured one of the rioters with a “sponge bullet” when the mob tried to prevent officers from leaving the area with the suspect.

There may be complaints that the police response was “disproportionate” because they did not retaliate with rocks.

Police Arrest Terrorist North of Jerusalem

Thursday, July 9th, 2015

A 17-year-old Palestinian Authority terrorist was arrested on Thursday evening at the Raas checkpoint, north of Jerusalem, according to a Tazpit report.

Security forces at the checkpoint noticed the man’s very suspicious movement towards them. When they ordered him to stop, the terrorist pulled out a knife and continued towards the security forces. The security forces responded by brandishing their weapons towards him.

The terrorist-in-the-making then surrendered and was arrested.

During the initial interrogation, the man admitted he arrived at the checkpoint in order to stab someone in a terror attack.

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/police-arrest-terrorist-north-of-jerusalem/2015/07/09/

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