"This, it appears, is a classic case of the red line of news-views being crossed, a most serious journalism ethics concern," responded Yisrael Medad, Vice-Chairman of Israel's Media Watch. "If it turns out that this is complete fiction, which I assume, I would champion a lawyer pursuing an incitement charge based on paragraph 136 of Israel's Penal Code which prohibits causing unrest among different elements of the populace which this reportage clearly seeks to accomplish."
Indict the treasonous low lives. These pigs should be forced to live the rest of their miserable days in Hamastan.
Haaretz 'Eulogy': Rumors and Insinuations of ‘Jewish Terrorism’ INN hat tip wolf
IsraelNN.com) According to an article published in Haaretz the morning after the funeral of two Jewish hikers, David Rubin and Achikam Amichai, "Jewish terrorism" is the threat the IDF must contend with.
The article, entitled "Nipping new W. Bank Jewish terror group in the bud," posits that the creation of a new Jewish terrorist group is prevented only by the IDF's speedy nabbing of the killers of Jews living in Judea and Samaria. “The effort by the security forces to capture those who carried out the shooting attack where two Israel Defense Forces soldiers were killed west of Hebron on Friday is…designed to nip in the bud the creation of a new Jewish terror organization in the West Bank,” the article by senior Haaretz journalists Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff begins.
No evidence for the existence of such a group is offered.
It's all one big fat self hating Jew lie, Sick Jews. Pathetic. Read the whole thing
Khaled Abu Toameh, a Jerusalem Post journalist with sources throughout Fatah and the Palestinian Authority, reported otherwise.
“Some of the gunmen who participated in Friday's shooting attack near Hebron belong to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah faction, Fatah activists…confirmed over the weekend,” Toameh reported. “They said the attack was carried out jointly by Fatah and Islamic Jihad members.”
Toameh says that many Fatah terrorists have declined to join the PA security forces and are operating under various names such as the “Yasser Arafat Group and the Martyr Ayman Judeh Group, which took credit for Friday's attack.”
In fact, one of the terrorists killed in the attack was Basel al-Natsheh, a known Fatah terrorist whose father, Nabil, is a Hamas member imprisoned in Israel. Al-Natsheh is not an arms dealer.