Sunday, October 30, 2016

Israeli wedding guests who were filmed celebrating the death of a Palestinian toddler and his parents in a firebombing at their West Bank home are charged with inciting terror

Given what Israelis have suffered in attacks by Arabs, this can surely be forgiven.  Besides, when is a celebration an incitement?  It is looking back, not looking forward

Prosecutors have charged a groom and 12 Israeli wedding guests, including the groom, with inciting violence after they were caught on camera celebrating the murder of a Palestinian toddler and his parents, who died after their home was firebombed by Jewish settlers.

Ali Saad Dawabsha, who was 18 months old, died when his home in the village of Duma in the occupied West Bank, was attacked in July 2015.

Ali's parents died later from severe burns. His badly burned brother Ahmed, aged five, was the sole survivor.

In December last year the suspects - eight men and five teenage boys - were filmed waving guns and stabbing a photograph of the dead child at a wedding.

A Star of David and the words 'revenge' and 'long live the Messiah' were spray-painted on a wall near the Dawabshas' small house.

A Jewish settler, Amiram Ben-Uliel, 21, was charged in January with murder, attempted murder, arson and conspiracy to commit a hate crime.

The Times of Israel said Ben-Uliel claimed to have carried out the firebombing in retaliation for the murder of another Jewish settler, Malachy Rosenfeld, by a Palestinian gunman.



Bird of Paradise said...

And meanwhile throughout the Euroweenie Union and in america our nations political hacks brining in thousands of do called refugees as part of the World Community and the NWO lead by the Useless Nations and satan

Anonymous said...

It seems that they were sinking to the same level as the terrorists.

Spurwing Plover the fighting shorebird said...

Lower then a snake in a wagon rut these liberal whiners

Anonymous said...

Surprisingly, we never hear about the Palestinians prosecuting when they find someone celebrating the death of Jews? I guess it would be too hard to prosecute a entire town.