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Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Palestinians from the village of Qusra captured a band of invading setters yesterday who had come to raid their village and uproot their olive trees. Ma’an reports 18 settlers were captured, Haaretz reports ten. The invading masked and gloved settlers “marched into the village and attacked a young boy, who sustained head injuries as a result.” The villagers chased down the settlers, beat them up and called the Israel forces to have them come pick up the settler invaders. Israel rarely prosecutes these fanatics.

Reuters reported the the incident was triggered by an Israeli police evacuation of an “unauthorized building” at Esh Kodesh (Holy Fire), an illegal outpost (although Reuters described it as a “settlement”). That would make this a “price tag” attack, where settlers vow retribution on Palestinians for any perceived infringement by the state. These began in 2009 as payback for the “settlement freeze”.

Last year there was a pogrom in Qusra. Yossi Gurvitz reported at the time that “a group of settlers, coming from the direction of one of the most notorious outposts, Esh Kodesh, raided”. Yep– the same illegal outpost, and they are still there tormenting the locals.

According to a senior officer in Israel’s Central Command a price tag attack is a “religious terror attack,” and the perpetrators rarely get arrested. Ahmad Talat Hasan offers a look at some of these religious marauders.

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Meir Ettinger – Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

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(Photo: Ahmad Talat Hassan)

Caught:

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

What are the chances these men will suffer any consequences for their actions? Age is never a bar for arrest of Palestinians. And soldiers cooperate with invading settlers, as we’ve documented time and again. Settlers defaced and torched a mosque in Qusra in Sept. 2011 that resulted in international calls for investigation. The land is coveted by the settlers and the military facilitates them. Less then 2 weeks ago on Dec 26, the army confiscated over 500 dunams of Qusra farmland, declaring it a security zone and denying villagers access to it.

And last November, as the International Solidarity Movement documented, Israeli soldiers fired tear gas canisters and rounds of rubber-coated steel bullets in Qusra, injuring eight Palestinians — after a band of settlers destroyed 30 of the village’s olive trees.

Didi Remez described the security force Shin Bet’s method of dealing with the price-taggers in 2009 as “warning talks.” How’s that working out?

Didi Remez, circa 2009:

Yediot’s Zvi Zinger reports directly from the horse’s mouth

“The idea of a ‘price tag’ is to operate like the terror organizations,” explained one of the activists from the settlement outposts. “The activists realized that the GSS [security service] doesn’t have the capacity to prevent lone activists from executing those operations, and that is why a decision was made to take sophisticated action, without orderly leaders and without any prior organization.”

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

Qusra Jan. 7, 2014 (photo: Ahmad Talat Hasan)

I’ll leave you with an excerpt of  “The Mutual Guarantee Strategy”, by Rabbi Yosef Elitzur (of “Handbook for the killing of Gentiles”  fame, referenced by Max Blumenthal in his book Goliath). A price tag manifesto (bolded from embed):

“Mutual guarantee” [Arvut Hadadit] — acts of mutual guarantee coordinated between members of all the settlements take the air out of the government’s dreams. First of all we are all together and there is no “divide and conquer.” Second of all, we decide on the timing and don’t wait for a large police force and inspectors to bash us in the head and arrest and beat us. We have power too and we will use it at the time and place of our choice. Thirdly, we remember that the war is over Judaism, and the main enemies are the Gentiles in our country who are trying to conquer it and confusing the minds of crooked Jews who are far from the Torah. We do not discriminate: if the Jews don’t have quiet, the Arabs won’t have quiet. If the Arabs win because of violence against Jews, the Jews will win by violence against Arabs [emphasis mine]. Of course all of that leads to graceful activities with lots of joy: we can use the power of the women, children and older people to block a certain access road, and at the same time take firmer action against hostile elements further down the same road; we can carry out quiet and deep operations simultaneously with widespread acts of disorder in the sector, and so on.

Ahmed Talat Hasan

Ahmed Talat Hasan

International Middle East Media Center (IMEMC) reports photographer Ahmed Talat Hasan, who shot all the photos in the article above, was “kidnapped” by the Israeli military yesterday.

Journalists risk their lives, safety and security to document the atrocities of the occupation. We remain very appreciative of their service and sacrifice.

annie
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  1. David Doppler
    David Doppler
    January 8, 2014, 11:02 am

    The NYTimes has an article up on this incident this morning, but, as is often the case, one learns far more about it, and the scope of censorship at the Times, from reading Mondoweiss. At least the NYT mentions “price tag,” which may send some of its readers to the internet to see what that’s all about. Thanks, Annie.

  2. amigo
    amigo
    January 8, 2014, 11:13 am

    I cant get my eyes off the picture of the Palestinian boot on this zionist pigs face.

    I just hope that slime ball illegal squatter has soiled his pants with fear.Let the IDF clean up their mess.

    Having said all of that , I am in agreement with not killing these thugs but showing the world where the problem really exists.

    • annie
      annie
      January 8, 2014, 11:19 am

      i would not support killing them, but they should be locked away for a long long time. they are violent extremists and a danger to any society.

      • amigo
        amigo
        January 8, 2014, 12:05 pm

        “i would not support killing them, but they should be locked away for a long long time. they are violent extremists and a danger to any society.”Annie

        If I had control over them, they would wish they had been killed.

      • annie
        annie
        January 8, 2014, 1:20 pm

        i don’t support torture either.

      • Bumblebye
        Bumblebye
        January 8, 2014, 1:52 pm

        Is it possible Ahmed Talat Hasan has been arrested due to one of his photos in particular? It seems likely the one with the sneaker on the tagger thug’s head is of himself. You just can’t do that to one o’ the Chosen!

      • annie
        annie
        January 8, 2014, 2:47 pm

        no bumblebye, i saw the larger version. http://hr.ps/ar/news/44983.html

        definitely not him.

        i urge you to read Musab Shawer sentenced to 5 months as Israel continues to target journalists

        http://mondoweiss.net/2013/05/journalist-sentenced-months.html

        and don’t forget saba’aneh

        http://mondoweiss.net/2013/04/palestinian-cartoonist-sentenced.html

        and photojournalist al-Azza

        http://mondoweiss.net/2013/04/targeting-talent.html

        these are just a few of the articles on mondowiess documenting the targeting of journos and photographers covering the conflict. truth and exposure is a very serious threat to the zionist regime.

      • amigo
        amigo
        January 9, 2014, 7:22 am

        “i don’t support torture either.” Annie.

        I do not support torture either.

        I had in mind hard labor.That might border on torture for these terrorist religious freaks and layabouts.

    • American
      American
      January 8, 2014, 4:35 pm

      I’m wouldnt be for killing them either, but doing them enough damage to leave them limping around for a while would be in order.

    • David Doppler
      David Doppler
      January 8, 2014, 6:35 pm

      I do not think it is appropriate to publish posts talking about taking life away from these settlers or anyone else! Not sure where it originated, but it is not a good idea to host such a discussion.

      • annie
        annie
        January 8, 2014, 7:19 pm

        well we didn’t publish any posts about taking life away.

        I am in agreement with not killing these thugs…i would not support killing them

        etc.

  3. wsandel
    wsandel
    January 8, 2014, 11:42 am

    Strip them of their shirts, write “I am a vandal and a jerk” on their front and back with paint or magic marker and send them home.

    • amigo
      amigo
      January 8, 2014, 12:01 pm

      “Strip them of their shirts, write “I am a vandal and a jerk” on their front and back with paint or magic marker and send them home.”wsandel

      Does your offer include a one way ticket to noo yoirk.

    • annie
      annie
      January 8, 2014, 1:21 pm

      and send them home

      do you advocate that for all terrorists or just jewish ones?

      • wsandel
        wsandel
        January 8, 2014, 3:56 pm

        The punishment should fit the crime. Of course, they should be made to pay restitution for the trees, but it looks like most of them are adolescents and don’t belong in prison, but they need to be taught a lesson. They’ve already had “an a*s kicking” so some formal humiliation would be suitable.

        And I definitely think that my solution puts the Palestinians far about the Israelis morally. Maybe that’s only important to me.

      • just
        just
        January 8, 2014, 4:14 pm

        Uh, no.

        These “adolescents” beat a young boy and caused head injuries. They are marauders and terrorists that have committed terrorism on the land and the people of Palestine. These “adolescents” look suspiciously like young adults. Their (and others’ violence) has gone unchecked for too long. As a matter of fact, they are often protected (escorted) by the IOF……..

        As for the moral superiority argument: for me, it is abundantly clear who has the moral high ground here.

      • annie
        annie
        January 8, 2014, 4:54 pm

        several of the articles said 15-30. what’s your definition of adolescents? i wouldn’t advocate this: http://mondoweiss.net/2014/01/palestinian-children-freezing.html

        but only one or two of the people you see in the photos and videos looks 16 or under. calling thm ‘hilltop youth’ won’t change that. heck, i call 25 yr olds ‘youth’. most of these youthful thugs are old enough to go to prison.

    • ritzl
      ritzl
      January 8, 2014, 5:43 pm

      In lieu of sending them home, make them work Palestinian farms for a planting/harvest season. And for any underage ones, make them and their parents work the farms for a season.

      • just
        just
        January 8, 2014, 5:59 pm

        I’m not sure that I would trust them, were I a Palestinian farm family……..

        A chain gang might be just the thing, though. A chain gang to dismantle the illegal settlements and to tear down that ugly wall and all of the cages. The cages that belong in Israel.

      • ritzl
        ritzl
        January 9, 2014, 1:27 pm

        Heh! I wouldn’t trust them either. And there’s ample precedent in Israel for forcing people to tear down their own buildings. You may have something there.

  4. Kate
    Kate
    January 8, 2014, 11:44 am

    AP reporting on this incident isn’t bad. Byline is Nasser Ishtayeh.
    http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/world/2014/01/08/palestinians-briefly-hold-group-jewish-settlers/FjLkcKql1BKu6xbOZbS7mI/story.html
    One misleading thing in it is this:

    “A UN monitor says that from 2006 to August 2013, there were 630 settler-related attacks on Palestinians and 1,344 attacks on their property, with the pace of incidents rising since 2008. In all, 10 Palestinians were killed and 1,040 injured in such attacks, according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.
    During the same period, 29 Israeli civilians were killed and 368 injured by Palestinians in the West Bank, the UN office said. ”

    No mention of the number of Palestinians killed and injured by the army and police, so it looks as if more Israelis had died and been wounded than Palestinians, which we know is far from being the case.

  5. OlegR
    OlegR
    January 8, 2014, 11:46 am

    I am told the IDF commander they were delivered to had a tough time hiding his satisfaction at the sight of these idiots bloodied faces.

    • annie
      annie
      January 8, 2014, 1:27 pm

      yep, i read that on the settler news too. you know they are all against the state for not being right wing/extreme enough. why do you bother reading this stuff oleg?

      http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/284451

      Right Wing Split Between Two Versions of Qusra Beating

      [A]ll they did was take a walk between Shilo and Esh Kodesh when they were violently abducted by the Arabs of Qusra who tied them up and held them hostage in a construction site where they beat them with hammers and kicked them mercilessly. When the IDF arrived, the antagonistic officer stood by and smiled while the terrorists continued to beat the victims.

      uh huh

      • a blah chick
        a blah chick
        January 8, 2014, 2:12 pm

        “…they beat them with hammers and kicked them mercilessly.”

        I suspect that hammers and kicks would have left a whole lot more damage. Methinks someone is not being very truthful here. As for the IDF guy, give that man a frickin’ medal.

      • ritzl
        ritzl
        January 8, 2014, 3:04 pm

        It’s hard to tell if this officer’s “smile” was a glimmer of humanity, or some expression of self-satisfaction that these thugs were warned not to go without an escort and did so anyway.

      • annie
        annie
        January 8, 2014, 3:29 pm

        assuming there was a smile. this was an attorney for the perps. seriously, coming from this publication and a settlers lawyer i wouldn’t believe a word of this.

      • Bumblebye
        Bumblebye
        January 8, 2014, 4:44 pm

        “When the IDF arrived, the antagonistic officer stood by and smiled while the terrorists continued to beat the victims.” ToI

        a) breathing while Palestinian seems to be enough to earn the label “terrorist”

        b) preventing these thugs from carrying out their divinely ordained “price tag” hooliganism and terrorism is enough to warrant shocked indination! How dare all those Ayrabs not all be rounded up and deported…somewhere…after a thorough beating back!!

      • OlegR
        OlegR
        January 8, 2014, 5:06 pm

        I don’t read settler blogs actually though i fail to see how this place is any better.
        More entertaining to be sure.

    • thankgodimatheist
      thankgodimatheist
      January 9, 2014, 5:24 am

      “I am told the IDF commander they were delivered to had a tough time hiding his satisfaction at the sight of these idiots bloodied faces.”
      Allow me to be skeptical. They usually work in concert. Settlers on the frontline of attacks and soldiers not very far behind.

  6. Citizen
    Citizen
    January 8, 2014, 11:48 am

    I guess this is happening because Jewish Americans don’t look into what Israel does to the natives over there on a daily basis, even though Israel is, at minimal, ‘the homeland of the Jewish people,” any more than Americans generally look into what the bipartisan US government does in America’s name by enabling Israel’s criminal conduct?

    What to do when the worst have a passionate attachment, easily manipulated, and the rest are normal, hence busy just trying to survive and be good in the process?

  7. Kate
    Kate
    January 8, 2014, 11:50 am

    On Ahmed Talet Hasan’s Facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/AhmadT.Hasan ) there is another video (public, you don’t need to belong to FB to watch it) from Qusra, showing the Palestinians looking rather jubilant – and who could blame them? Usually the settlers beat them up, and the army arrests the victims.

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=484211935031797&set=vb.208385049281155&type=2&theater

  8. Balfour
    Balfour
    January 8, 2014, 12:09 pm

    I would hate to be one of these “Price Tag” vandals- the humiliation they brought upon themselves after getting caught by Palestinian villagers will be nothing compared to the wrath of Israeli officials who are publicly humiliated by photos of supposedly superior Jewish colonists being held captive, and left defenseless, by “an inferior” indigenous people.

  9. Mike_Konrad
    Mike_Konrad
    January 8, 2014, 1:58 pm

    1) The Jew had no cellphones – or they would have called for backup

    2) Price Tag attacks are co-ordinated which means someone has to have cellphones

    3) This was probably not a price tag attack

    4) This story is more complicated than you are making it out to be.

    I am not saying who is guilty or innocent; but do not trust either version of events.

    • annie
      annie
      January 8, 2014, 3:36 pm

      what other version of events is there? the ‘just taking a walk version’ by some kids who got busted? that’s not a ‘version’, it’s an excuse.

      3) This was probably not a price tag attack

      says the oh so brilliant sure of himself mike konrad:

      http://www.haaretz.com/news/national/.premium-1.567557

      That an incident like Tuesday’s would happen was predictable given the Civil Administration’s demolition of an illegal building in the outpost of Esh Kadosh earlier in the day. Sure enough, a few hours later the usual suspects proceeded unhindered to a nearby Palestinian village with the goal of wreaking havoc; this highlights the security services’ impotency in addressing violence by the extreme right. Military orders barring key right-wing activists from the territories have curbed some of them, but younger generations have arisen to continue their work.

      Neither the army nor the police bought the excuse offered for the cameras by spokesmen for the outposts on Tuesday: that the settlers merely went out for a hike and were ambushed by their hostile neighbors. Rescuing these thugs required a brigade-level operation that lasted almost an hour, along with the involvement of senior officers and four IDF and Border Police companies.

      The provocations committed by these “price-tag” extremists don’t just give the country a bad name and cause headaches for the security forces.

      take a relaxing break from the hasbara mike:

    • just
      just
      January 8, 2014, 3:48 pm

      “I am not saying who is guilty or innocent”

      Yes, you are and you did. A cellphone wouldn’t have changed one damned thing.

      PS– how do you know they did not have cellphones??? MK– it’s not “complex” unless you want to continue to obfuscate and assign blame anywhere but upon continued Israeli terrorism and the maniacal settlers . Thank goodness Ahmed Talat Hasan had a camera.

      • Mike_Konrad
        Mike_Konrad
        January 8, 2014, 6:45 pm

        How convenient?!

        But like Jerry Maguire … Show me the cellphone or the weapons?

        If the Jews did not have weapons or a cellphone, there was no price tag attack.

      • annie
        annie
        January 8, 2014, 7:10 pm

        they had metal bars. i read some quotes and saw a photo. but i don’t feel like searching for you, go look yourself. and it doesn’t really matter to anyone here what you believe or don’t believe, your credibility around here has tanked.

        and i’ll remember your argument ‘he couldn’t have been a terrorist, he had no cell phone.’

      • just
        just
        January 8, 2014, 7:17 pm

        BS. MK– why are you repeating “Jews” over and over? Aren’t they illegal settlers?

        So if a “Jew” does not have a cell phone, he/she cannot be a terrorist?

        ptooey. I had no idea that there was a cell phone criteria for terrorists. Is this just more of your schtick, or is it in the hasbara manual for idiots w/ pictures?

      • amigo
        amigo
        January 9, 2014, 7:30 am

        Con- rad, go make aliyah if you love these terroreeeests so frickin much.

        Who cares what you think.

      • talknic
        talknic
        January 9, 2014, 7:36 am

        @Mike_Konrad “If the Jews did not have weapons or a cellphone, there was no price tag attack”

        I thought I’d seen just how low, absolutely stupid, totally moronic, completely illogical and insanely bizarre Israel’s idiotic apologists could be. You really have exceeded all expectations. Bravo!!

    • seafoid
      seafoid
      January 8, 2014, 3:58 pm

      They were just going for a kosher McDonalds.

    • ziusudra
      ziusudra
      January 9, 2014, 1:25 am

      Greetings Mike Konrad,
      …. do not trust either version of events….
      All of the excursions of warpath are found in the Falesteeni Areas, hence those vile heinous settler squatters voluntarily move from their area into theirs.
      ziusudra
      PS When i got in trouble in Clubs, my sargent always asked,
      WTF were you doing there? These clowns were on de warpath.
      I’m pleasantly surprised that the Falesteeni vigliantied to supervised
      their neighborhood. I hope it increases.
      PPS There are also retired israeli servicemen serving on farms helping
      out the Falesteeni farmers when the settlers commit their raids.
      There are also volunteer israeli women serving at checkpoints for the
      old & sick Falesteeni from Gaza. Both of these israeli groups get their
      verbal lumps from the settlers & military.

    • annie
      annie
      January 9, 2014, 6:55 am

      Israel’s defense minister calls settler attacks ‘terrorism’

      settlers torched two cars with Molotov cocktails on the bypass road around Kusra and spray-painted graffiti on walls in the area with the slogan “Esh Kodesh revenge” and “price tag.”

      Jewish extremists have used the term “price tag” to describe retaliatory acts targeting Israelis as well as Palestinians in response to what they see as acts harming the settlement movement.

  10. BillM
    BillM
    January 8, 2014, 2:24 pm

    Good for the Palestinians. This will almost certainly result in revenge attacks from both the settlers and the military, but the Palestinians must defend themselves. The Israeli military has shown it will do nothing to enforce its own laws on the settlers. (obviously, the PA will in no way help actual Palestinians either, but that thought is so absurd nobody even bothers to consider it any more).

  11. just
    just
    January 8, 2014, 3:29 pm

    So why were none of the settler thugs handcuffed by the thugs of the IOF? Why, instead, were they arm in arm with them during the ‘evacuation’? Oh, that’s right…………. I forgot, silly me.

    I fervently hope for the safety of Ahmed Talat Hasan and the young wounded Palestinian boy.

    These settlers are truly despicable. I wonder if their parents are proud of them. It’s also striking that some of them are hiding their faces. Despicable terrorists and cowards.

  12. justicewillprevail
    justicewillprevail
    January 8, 2014, 4:56 pm

    Why can’t the Palestinians arrest them and try them? Israel does this all the time (and omits the trial most of the time, sending them straight to jail), so what is good for one side should be the same for the other. How could Israel possibly complain when it has happened outside of Israel, in Palestine. (this might be a rhetorical question)

    • just
      just
      January 8, 2014, 5:40 pm

      I think there is something written somewhere in really teensy writing that proclaims that “justice and equality under international law for Palestinians will NOT be tolerated”.

      It’s being erased as we speak, albeit sloooooooowly.

      Gaining momentum, though. ;}

  13. MahaneYehude1
    MahaneYehude1
    January 8, 2014, 5:02 pm

    Regardless the specific event, in general those thugs should stop their attacks on Palestinian citizens, churches, property etc. Those attacks, mistakenly called “price tags”, are pure vandalism.

    • just
      just
      January 8, 2014, 5:21 pm

      It’s not ‘vandalism’– it’s terrorism.

      “The U.S. State Department has cited violence by settlers against Palestinians in the West Bank under the heading “terrorist incidents” in its annual Country Report on Terrorism. ”

      http://www.haaretz.com/blogs/diplomania/u-s-state-department-defines-settler-violence-as-terrorism-1.459087

      and that is from 2012. Shall I cite more sources?

    • ziusudra
      ziusudra
      January 9, 2014, 1:30 am

      Greeting M. Yehude1,
      ….pure vandalism….
      While you having your menschkeit moment, how about more water & electric enery pro capita for the WB & Gaza?
      ziusudra
      PS At least, you’ve granted them that.

    • amigo
      amigo
      January 9, 2014, 7:35 am

      “Those attacks, mistakenly called “price tags”, are pure vandalism.”clan mahane

      Wrong again mahane.

      It is terrorism.

  14. MahaneYehude1
    MahaneYehude1
    January 8, 2014, 5:33 pm

    @just:

    Shall I cite more sources?

    No, thanks, one source is enough. Now, take a relaxing break and enjoy.

    • just
      just
      January 8, 2014, 6:13 pm

      Thanks.

      The very latest egregious act by ‘settlers’ reported in Haaretz.:

      “Settlers entered a West Bank village on Monday and attacked a Palestinian house while Israeli soldiers looked on, video filmed by human rights group B’Tselem shows. The army admits that the troops did not act as required.

      At the village of Orif near Nablus, the settlers hurled rocks at the house 100 meters from a school and near a reservoir being built by the U.S. Agency for International Development, the footage shows.

      The soldiers did not stop the settlers, who came from the direction of the nearby settlement of Yitzhar, when the settlers threw rocks at the house of the Safdi family. Instead, the soldiers fired tear gas grenades at students who came out of the school to throw rocks back at the settlers.

      “The video shows that the army, which is supposed to protect the Palestinians in the West Bank, actually served as backup for violent settlers,” B’Tselem said in a statement. “The army gave the settlers backup in attacking the Palestinians and their property.”

      Human rights groups have repeatedly said Israel Defense Forces soldiers stand by and do not arrest settlers who throw stones at Palestinians or attack them.

      “As soon as the event became known the military prosecution began examining how to deal with the matter,” the IDF Spokesman’s Office said in a statement. “A preliminary examination indicates that the troops did not act as required. The troops are instructed not to let masked people take action but to document their actions and pass the matter on to the police. The orders to the troops will be reissued.” ”

      http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/1.567676

      Seems that old and beloved habits are very hard for the IOF to break………..what kind of troops need orders to be “reissued”? Such a ‘moral’ force, eh?

      (btw– was that an official Israeli tourist ad? I did not ‘buy’ it. Thanks anyway.)

      • annie
        annie
        January 9, 2014, 6:36 am

        “As soon as the event became known the military prosecution began examining how to deal with the matter,”

        !!!! yeah right! these ‘events’ ‘became known’ a long long time ago.

    • amigo
      amigo
      January 9, 2014, 7:40 am

      “No, thanks, one source is enough. Now, take a relaxing break and enjoy.”clan mahane

      If you are trying to be humorous , you failed miserably..

      We are talking about slime ball terrorist thugs attacking Palestinian boys and attempting to destroy property and you think there is time to relax and enjoy.

      Morally vacuous twerp.

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