Three days ago, a 19-year-old Israeli woman, Ori Ansbacher, was stabbed several times and brutally murdered in Jerusalem. DNA from the scene led Israel to the Palestinian, 29-year-old Arafat Arfiah, who was captured after soldiers entered a mosque and seized footage from its security camera.
Am I wrong or is there a blanket of terrible silence in the Western media about the Human Rights Watch new unprecedented report about the Palestinian torture?
Human Rights Watch has shed light on how the Palestinian Arabs are slaughtering each other: “Torture is the government policy of Hamas and the Palestinian Authority,” says the report.
They reveal in detail what the Palestinian Arabs are doing to opponents and critics. “In the 25 years since Palesstinians gained a degree of self-rule over the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, their authorities have established machineries of repression to crush dissent, including through the use of torture” the report continues chillingly.
Despite a late-summer lull in the number of incendiary devices, the number sent into Israeli territory has steadily increased again in October.
A video circulating in Palestinian media on Saturday showed members of the “Sons of Zouari” group launching the approximately 5-meter device, essentially a large balloon designed to look like a blimp or dirigible, over the border east of the al-Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza.
Levengrond Yehezkel, a 29-year-old mother of an 18-month-old son who worked as a secretary to the CEO of Alon Group, was killed around 7:30 a.m., along with 35-year-old accountant Ziv Hagbi, by 23-year-old Ashraf Wallid Suleiman Na’alwa, who worked as an electrician for the company.
The clashes in the area have intensified in late March when Palestinian protesters began a large-scale campaign, dubbed the Great March of Return, prompting attempts to suppress the rallies by the Israeli forces.
Over 20,000 Palestinians gathered at five locations along Gaza’s border with Israel Friday in response to calls by Hamas, the terrorist group that rules the Strip.
Man said to admit to link with Islamic State, which instructed him to taint Lebanese army water and a foreign country’s food.
It would be entertaining to read this same headline regularly.
The Palestinian Authority denied an Israeli TV report that said the PA had already sent money to the killer’s family but confirmed that once all the paperwork is completed, money will start to flow.
The article boasts of deadly terrorist operations sanctioned by Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. But the article was not only circulated among several Arabic websites, it also was published in the Toronto-based Arabic-language newspaper Meshwar, according to a press release from the Centre for Israel and Jewish Affairs (CIJA).
Some 20,000 people took part in Friday’s protests, which took place a few hundred meters from the fence, though dozens came closer, with some rolling burning tyres, witnesses said.
Pick up any newspaper and you might get the impression that Israel is being ruthless and aggressive when it comes to dealing militarily with the Palestinians. That is especially true for those living under the control of the terrorist group Hamas in Gaza.
Regardless of manipulation of the news by Hamas, this could not be further from the truth.
Palestinian leaders have condemned a “dangerous” new Israeli law that will withhold hundreds of millions of dollars in funds from the Palestinian Authority (PA) over welfare payments given to prisoners and their families.
The Palestinian Authority will no longer received direct financial aid from Australia because donations could increase the self-governing body’s ability to financially reward terrorist violence.