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At 1:15 p.m. on the afternoon of October 6, Ansar Aasi, 25, was stocking supplies at the cleaning products company where he was employed in al-Bireh, a Palestinian city adjacent to Ramallah. Watch at 22 seconds into the video, as Aasi begins to exit the warehouse; taking one step onto the street he then cautiously retreats into the enclosed storage facility. Pensively he waits and watches the street. Ten seconds later Aasi raises his open palms. He has been spotted and targeted for arrest by Israeli soldiers ostensibly on the hunt for Palestinian stone throwers. In the scene that follows Aasi is violently mauled by a group of soldiers as one stands guard outside.

By 55 seconds, four soldiers are inside the warehouse with Aasi and one outside. Aasi is offscreen with one of those soldiers – backed into a corner – we can’t see him. At 1:21 two of the soldiers are offscreen with Aasi as a 5th soldier enters the warehouse. At 1:36 the sixth soldier enters. By 2:09 one of the soldiers pulls another soldier off Aasi — but it is not clear why nor what the soldiers are doing huddled around Aasi’s form. Aasi’s leg is seen protruding from the mass and a soldier is yanking at it and then begins kicking him at 2:43. At least 4 soldiers are offscreen and they drag Aasi out by the legs. One soldier snaps a photo, another rams his rifle into Aasi (4:26) 6 or 7 times as he squirms on the ground. Another soldier kicks Aasi in the head repeatedly.

The next day Ansar ‘Aasi was admitted into Hadassah Ein Karem hospital for treatment of wounds he sustained. In total he spent 5 days incarcerated before he was released.

B’Tselem: Palestinian youth violently and wrongfully arrested for five days because the Israeli Police didn’t bother to check his alibi:

‘Aasi was held in detention for two days before even being taken for interrogation at the Binyamin police station. Police interrogators there told him that three soldiers identified him as a stone thrower. In spite of his denials, the police did not bother to check his alibi claim, in spite of the existence of footage. Only following an arrest extension hearing at the Ofer military court, was the police willing to view the footage, which was brought to them on Friday, 9.10.2015. ‘Aasi was released unconditionally on Sunday, 11.10, after five days in wrongful detention.

B’Tselem does not know whether the soldiers who arrested ‘Aasi were held accountable for assaulting him and making up false charges.

And yet, Aasi is a lucky guy. Why? Because the day before, in another case of ‘mistaken identity’, Israeli forces shot 13-year-old Abed Obeidallah in the chest, killing him almost instantly. Because Aasi’s violent arrest and abduction, caught on camera, confirmed his alibi. How rare, how rare indeed.

Annie Robbins

Annie Robbins is Editor at Large for Mondoweiss, a human rights activist and a ceramic artist. She lives in the SF bay area. Follow her on Twitter @anniefofani

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  1. just on October 24, 2015, 2:02 pm

    I saw this horrible attack by the grotesquely armed- to- the- teeth IOF on an unarmed Palestinian man earlier today.

    It makes me sick. They make me sick. What made me cry was the fear that was evident in this young man as he was going about his work, peering into the street. He was viciously beaten and arrested and incarcerated for being a peaceful Palestinian. For too long I have heard Israelis lament and shed crocodile tears that there is no Palestinian Gandhi. No Palestinian Gandhi could survive the brutal Israelis unless he or she is protected by the international community. As a matter of fact, no Israeli Gandhi could survive the vicious horde, either. It’s simply a fact that Israel has never wanted peace with the Palestinians of Palestine.

    Thank you, Annie.

  2. a blah chick on October 24, 2015, 2:24 pm

    I’m tempted to see this “gang beating” and others as a mark of poor discipline, but since I suspect that these activities are being encouraged by their officers I doubt that is the case.

    Also is anyone surprised that the killings of Jews as suspected “terrorists” has garnered so little reaction from the Jewish Israeli public? In fact Lapid said a few days ago that if the price of viligence was a few dead Jews that was fine with him. Well, he didn’t say it quite like that but that was the message delivered. I don’t know if it is better or worse that people there are perfectly willing to kill their own to get “quiet.”

    • kalithea on October 25, 2015, 6:21 am

      And this is what they do in public! We don’t get to see the worst of their brutality, except of course when we see children charred and mangled in the rubble after these Zionist goons mow the lawn.

  3. The Hasbara Buster on October 24, 2015, 3:13 pm

    Well, great to see that the quality of Pallywood productions has improved to the point that they now dupe the Israeli police. Fortunately MEMRI, CAMERA and Daniel Pipes are still there to take apart Palestinian lies.

  4. oldgeezer on October 24, 2015, 3:17 pm

    That goi is a disgrace. These thugs wont receive a reprimand or anything. The entire state of Israel carries the shame of these criminals.

    While the world bemoans filthy feet, the oppressors beat and kill innocent defenseless captives. Those captives dont fight back and kill because they are Jews but because they are brutal thugs, criminals and oppressors

    • just on October 24, 2015, 3:37 pm

      The GoI is indeed an ongoing and enabled disgrace, oldgeezer.

      Here’s another grotesque video:

      “VIDEO: Israeli Media Fails to Cover Up Extra-judicial Executions”

      http://www.imemc.org/article/73539?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

      • just on October 24, 2015, 5:57 pm

        Here’s another video, via Yousef Munayyer:

        “Look at brutality with which Israel police “stop & frisk” young Palestinian, rifle pointed at his face whole time”

        https://twitter.com/YousefMunayyer/status/657976702195400705

        Look at the tourists passing by.

        Ho- hum, nothing to see here…move along.

      • diasp0ra on October 24, 2015, 6:27 pm

        @Just

        Now imagine living like that every day of your life, seeing not only yourself, your entire family, friends, loved ones being abused by trigger happy racist bigots.

        Imagine this has been going on for decades.

        Do you need any “”””incitement”””” to hate a people like this? Do you need any brainwashing to think that these people are scum?

        It really shows the disconnect of Israelis from the nature of what their state does that they think that Palestinians need incitement to hate them. They do a perfect job of creating that hatred by themselves. Only when they understand that, can they see us as human. Because excluding that, it just means that we are intrinsically violent and savage and just want to attack them for no reason.

      • just on October 24, 2015, 6:43 pm

        You’re right, of course.

        I can’t bear the fact that the tourists were free to roam around while he was abused like that, and that the IOF thugs are free and paid to aim to kill and harass this Palestinian in his OWN land.

        No Palestinian anywhere needs more provocation nor incitement nor injustice. The Israeli and Zionist myths must be busted for the very lies that they are. I watched this video from Mehdi Hasan wrt Gaza:

        “Gaza is still occupied” – my latest 2-min, myth-busting #realitycheck on @ajupfront:
        https://amp.twimg.com/v/3758277b-0f6a-49bb-bd1b-2a7c6b8dacc9
        #gaza #AJUpFront #occupation”

        https://twitter.com/hashtag/AJUpFront?src=hash

  5. diasp0ra on October 24, 2015, 6:05 pm

    Israelis love to say that Israel is a country of laws. Yet videos like this show that all it takes is a false accusation of a bunch of bigoted cops to land someone in jail with a beating without any proof.

    All it takes is someone to yell “terrorist” for an instant death sentence to be administered without any proof or due process.

    Not even going to bring up that “country of laws” doesn’t necessarily mean justice/lawfulness. Apartheid South Africa was also a country of laws, Apartheid laws. Just like Israel.

    • WH on October 26, 2015, 4:08 am

      Also, laws are a sham if they’re not applied equally. This ‘country of laws’ phrase is great – you sometimes hear it after violent settler attacks, with Israeli officials claiming the culprits will be punished because Israel is a ‘country of laws’. I guess that claim disproves itself…

  6. JWalters on October 24, 2015, 7:56 pm

    The Lost Cause of Israeli Justice” by history professor Lawrence Davidson:
    https://consortiumnews.com/2015/10/24/the-lost-cause-of-israeli-justice/

    The phrase “The Lost Cause” was also used to refer to the die-hard Confederates after they had lost the Civil War.

    • Marnie on October 25, 2015, 4:38 am

      The mistake that the Union made at the end of the American civil war was (in my opinion) not executing Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee and other soldiers of high rank.

  7. bryan on October 25, 2015, 5:43 am

    Surely Abbas must act immediately to stop this incitement.

  8. kalithea on October 25, 2015, 6:02 am

    How can I describe injustice?

    It’s the most frightening moment in life when your catapulted in one instant from the light of day into the pitch black bottom of a covered well. It’s an endless screaming pain inside your soul, inside your head, in your gut and under your skin. There’s no escaping it; every part of you suffers. It’s an eternal sleepless night in hell writhing on a dirty floor while endless seconds, minutes, days pass through the grinder of eternity. It’s imagining this can’t be happening to you; and then realizing you’re in a living nightmare and it’s real. It’s when you’re stripped of God, your mother and your humanity in one instant and thrown behind impenetrable isolation, disappeared from love and warmth and suddenly you’re nobody and nobody knows and you fear nobody cares and you’re just an insect; an animal in a cage surrounded only by cold cruelty and brutality that disintegrates your spirit against your will and you feel yourself succumbing to your spirit’s imminent death and claw for every ounce of faith you can squeeze out of your memory to survive what’s happening to you – pretend it’s not forever, even if your soul’s agony oppresses all hope of survival.

    This is what just one day of injustice feels like; the prospect of decades makes death the better alternative. This is why I so revere Palestinian resilience. I find it impossible to understate the pain of injustice and shudder at how man can inflict such torture on other human beings and terrorize children this way and how a “civilized” world can turn away and let this happen and shut their ears to the screams of these human beings? They’re not objects devoid of humanity as Zionists dishonestly paint them- God made them to suffer pain just like us; their threshold is ours; even if they’re braver; at least much braver than me.

    As much as we with a heart and conscience wince and empathize with the victims of such injustice; it’s a thousand times worst when you’re the victim and you have been silenced or no one hears your cries and the truth.

    The greatest sin on earth is intentionally stripping a man and especially a child of God’s comfort and his mother’s bosom to cry on, and in a situation like this, God is your last resort but injustice robs you even of the thought of God; that’s how bad it really is; one cannot overstate the cruelty that is injustice.

    I want to quote a line from a song by Imagine Dragons that caught my attention just today: The path to Heaven runs through miles of clouded Hell.

    Heaven must surely be near.

    Fight injustice wherever you see it. I was also thinking of the fragile Sandra Bland when I wrote this, because one never knows just how fragile a victim suddenly faced with injustice is. God rest you sweet, innocent child and give Palestinians the strength of spirit to survive this.

  9. Jackdaw on October 25, 2015, 10:38 am

    They went to arrest him because he looked suspicious.
    The first soldier shouldn’t have cuffed him in the face. That was wrong. That said, everything that happens subsequent, was ‘resisting arrest’.

    • Mooser on October 25, 2015, 12:34 pm

      “They went to arrest him because he looked suspicious.”

      And I thought he merely looked.

    • just on October 25, 2015, 1:27 pm

      He was lying on the ground while they kicked, punched and hit him with their filthy weapon. Period. Where and how did you see him “resisting arrest”?

      Here’s another execution for you, Jack:

      “BETHLEHEM (Ma’an) — Israeli border police shot and killed a 17-year-old Palestinian girl near the Ibrahimi Mosque in Hebron in the southern occupied West Bank on Sunday, Palestinian and Israeli sources said.

      An Israeli police spokesperson said that the girl was shot dead after police officers allegedly saw “a knife in her hand.” No Israelis were injured during the incident.

      A Palestinian woman who was in the area told Ma’an that she saw as “occupation soldiers covered a young Palestinian woman who was lying on the ground bleeding without giving her medical aid at all, before an ambulance arrived and took her.”

      Another witness told Ma’an that he saw a schoolgirl with a schoolbag on her back trying to cross the Israeli checkpoint near the Ibrahimi mosque.

      “An Israeli soldier asked her to take the knife out of her bag, then he immediately fired gunshots into the air,” the witness said. “Seconds later the schoolgirl was lying on the ground bleeding.”…”

      http://maannews.com/Content.aspx?id=768468

      You must be sooo proud.

      • annie on October 25, 2015, 2:38 pm

        thanks just. i wrote about this earlier today (w/video) but i’m not sure if the guys are around or when it will get published.

      • just on October 25, 2015, 3:07 pm

        It’s so freaking awful. And to think that the doofuses think that surveillance cameras will help to curb the IOF and illegal settlers violence! Watch them mysteriously malfunction when the GoI state executioners commit their gruesome and regular executions and then leave their bullet- riddled victims exsanguinate while they watch and celebrate~ sometimes quietly, sometimes out loud, but always celebrating and calling for more.

    • oldgeezer on October 25, 2015, 1:53 pm

      @jackdaw

      It wasn’t wrong, it was a criminal act. Being a law enforcement officer or soldier is not a license to beat or kill. There is no law requiring you to be supine and take a beating whenever officials decide to give you one.

      The Palestinian had the right to self defense. The soldier should have been pulled off by his cohorts

      As ysual you defend the criminala, thugs and oppressors while pretending day is night and black is white. Yeah Israelis are targetted because they are Jewish (*). Not.

      Of course Israelis aren’t Jewish but 25% of their population has no meaning or worth to the tyrannical majority.

      • just on October 25, 2015, 2:24 pm

        Thanks, oldgeezer.

        btw:

        “Four Suspects in Be’er Sheva Lynching, Two of Them Prison Staff, Released on Bail

        Channel 10 airs clip of mob, which thought victim was terrorist, screaming ‘kill him.’

        Four men suspected of beating and kicking an Eritrean national after he was mistaken for a terrorist and shot dead in Be’er Sheva’s bus terminal earlier this week were released on bail Thursday. …”

        read more: http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium-1.681980

        Jackdaw must be so proud of them. 2 are IPS prison officers. At least 2 others are IDF goons, according to this article @ http://www.timesofisrael.com/4-suspects-in-mob-attack-on-eritrean-man-freed-on-bail/.

        Wonder if they and their families and friends have partied enough yet. Have they petitioned the goi to give them medals?

      • just on October 25, 2015, 3:24 pm

        btw, did everyone notice this from 10/22?

        “The Jerusalem Post today describes the killing of a man by two IDF soldiers after, the soldiers claim, he was acting erratically and tried to grab one of their guns. When he was fatally shot by the IDF, says the paper, he was “believed to be an Arab terrorist.” As it turns out, he was not an Arab Palestinian but rather an Israeli Jew. Upon learning this, the “terrorist” designation was officially and “immediately” rescinded:

        Only after the man was neutralized was it made clear that he was a Jew from Jerusalem, police concluded. …

        ZAKA rescue and recovery chairman Yehuda Meshi Zahav, who was at the scene, said he also initially thought the suspect was an Arab terrorist.

        “When I arrived with the ZAKA team at the site of the supposed terrorist attack, it seemed to be a ‘standard’ current terrorist attack, a stabbing attempt, and the terrorist was apprehended,” he said.

        “I wanted to cover the body in a black bag [reserved for terrorists]. After I was asked to take care of the body I saw that he was a Jew, and that it was mistake to speak of a terrorist. I immediately notified the police and we switched to a white ZAKA body bag.”…”

        https://theintercept.com/2015/10/22/israel-calls-a-man-its-soldiers-killed-a-terrorist-until-they-realized-he-was-an-israeli-jew/

        Now for a video that will break the hearts of the good humans reading here. Via Yousef Munayyer’s twitter:

        “Ahmad Dawabshe, lone survivor of Israeli settler arson, asks for his father from his hospital bed. :-(”

        https://twitter.com/YousefMunayyer/status/657545479090274305

      • Jackdaw on October 26, 2015, 1:08 am

        “Jackdaw must be so proud of them. ”

        Not at all. Mob rule is wrong and violators should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.

        Will Hamas be investigating whether it’s operatives were involved in this well planned, carefully executed attack in Beersheba?

        http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4715974,00.html

    • kalithea on October 25, 2015, 2:07 pm

      This Zionist banality and insult to anyone’s intelligence is posted and I’m still waiting at the end of the line for mine. The worst of it is that this type of comment is like another kick and prod at the innocent victim of Zionist apartheid and injustice and millions like him. But hey, who am I to judge the strategy here?

      If JD raises awareness, it can only be of the depths of ignorance that exists in the world today, because for the life of me I just don’t get how splattering a mound of horse manure on a page can help anyone especially victims of injustice. This comment is offensive in what it tries to do here.

    • italian ex-pat on October 25, 2015, 4:28 pm

      Because he LOOKED suspicious!?

      If everybody who ‘looks’ suspicious were arrested, 90% of the brutish, menacing-looking illegal settlers would be behind bars.

    • talknic on October 25, 2015, 9:08 pm

      @ Jackdaw … Resisting arrest by being beaten, kicked, poked with a gun barrel … interesting theories you have…

      Your presence here does a mighty job of revealing how depraved Israel’s apologists can be.

      Keep up the good work

      • Jackdaw on October 26, 2015, 1:12 am

        I was arrested for doing less than Mr. Aasi. When the cop spun me around and pushed me onto the hood of his police car, I didn’t resist.
        I was handcuffed and driven down to the station house without incident.

        Misdemeanor charges were dropped and I went to court for a violation.

      • Jackdaw on October 26, 2015, 1:15 am

        No. My presence here has a mild restraining effect on the Mondoweiss
        keyboard lynch mob.

      • talknic on October 27, 2015, 6:31 pm

        @ Jackdaw “I was arrested for doing less than Mr. Aasi.”

        How much ‘less’ than standing in your own doorway.

        ” When the cop spun me around and pushed me onto the hood of his police car, I didn’t resist”

        Ask someone if their guide dog can talk you thru the video …

        Mr Aasi, even tho he first had his hands in the air, which is NOT resisting arrest , was grabbed and punched in the head.

        “I was handcuffed and driven down to the station house without incident”

        So you didn’t first have your hands in the air, you weren’t first punched in the head and you had no need to try to protect yourself from being beaten up before being arrested … that’s nice …

        “Misdemeanor charges were dropped … “

        WOW!! Lucky you weren’t standing in your own doorway.

        ” … and I went to court for a violation”

        So you did MORE than stand in your own doorway, you actually committed a crime

        What crime did Mr Aasi commit before he was punched in the head after he put his hands in the air?

        You’ve done it again Jackdaw. Shown just how stupid Israel’s apologists can be. Bravo, keep up th’ good work!

      • talknic on October 27, 2015, 6:36 pm

        @ Jackdaw ” My presence here ..”

        affords the opportunity to show folk just how idiotic Israel’s apologist propagandameisters can be

      • Mooser on October 27, 2015, 6:39 pm

        “No. My presence here has a mild restraining effect on the Mondoweiss
        keyboard lynch mob. “

        Yeah, you have this amazing mental power which makes the Mods pass all your posts. And keeps them from putting up with exactly as much guano as they want to, but no more.

      • Mooser on October 29, 2015, 4:23 pm

        “No. My presence here has a mild restraining effect on the Mondoweiss”

        Ah, that mild, restrained Jackdaw!

        “I was handcuffed and driven down to the station house without incident.
        Misdemeanor charges were dropped and I went to court for a violation.”

        Some of us, of course, need more restraining than others.

    • a blah chick on October 25, 2015, 9:40 pm

      “…everything that happens subsequent, was ‘resisting arrest’.”

      For looking suspicious.

    • eljay on October 25, 2015, 9:56 pm

      || Jackdaw: They went to arrest him because he looked suspicious. … ||

      So, just to be clear: You consider it acceptable (and not unjust or anti-Semitic) for non-Jews:
      – to arrest Jews who “look suspicious”; and
      – to attack and assault them should they “resist arrest” in the same way Mr. Aasi is shown in the video to have “resisted arrest”.

      Is that about right?

    • Marnie on October 26, 2015, 5:04 am

      Oh cut the crap already JD. As far as the zionist state is concerned, everybody who isn’t an ashkenazi looks suspicious (except for the zionized sephardim and mizrakhim [almost] and Israeli Arabs who call themselves Israeli Arabs and not Palestinians, and who mostly STFU because to do otherwise will completely FU the precarious situation they are in as Palestinians who call themselves Israeli Arabs).

      I imagine then, that the Jew who shot and killed a fellow Jew did so “because he looked suspicious (read Arab)”. I wonder how that excuse played out for the family of the murdered Jew?

      Langston Hughes wrote a short story called Passing. It kind of reminds me of the situation that Jews of a darker hue find themselves in because their ashkenazi bros and sis’s are so fucking obsessed with pedigrees and lily whiteness.

      • Mikhael on October 29, 2015, 5:16 am

        Marnie
        October 26, 2015, 5:04 am It kind of reminds me of the situation that Jews of a darker hue find themselves in because their ashkenazi bros and sis’s are so fucking obsessed with pedigrees and lily whiteness.,

        Ridiculously ignorant comment that repeats the trope that being an Ashklenazi Jew means that one is lighter-skinned and that dark skin is an essential condition for being a Mizrahi or Sefaradi Jew. (Case in point, my father, who was of Syrian-Jewish and Sefaradi heritage was ginger-haired and fair while my Hungarian-Jewish Ashkenazi mother was olive complexioned and so were most of the Ashkenazim on her side of the family–nobody would consider them “lily” white.) As for the obsession with pedigree, this is actually true among Haredi Ashkenazim, particularly in Hassidic circles, where people revere the various “rebbes” and their descendants, but it is equally common among Mizrahim and Sefaradim. My late Sefaradi grandmother would always name-drop the rabbis we descended from, including famous Safed kabbalists and a Haham Bashi/Rishon le Siyyon (Sephardic chief rabbi). Many old Sephardic families in Jerusalem appended the initials “SATT” (“Sefaradi Tahor”– i.e., “pure Sephardic” after their initials.) Syrian-Jewish families are even more overly arrogant and given to boastfulness about their ancestry, especially those originating from Alleppo. Outside of hardi circles, this is not really an Ashkenazi patent

      • Mooser on October 29, 2015, 4:20 pm

        “My late Sefaradi grandmother would always name-drop the rabbis we descended from”

        Maybe he was trying to point out they they were pretty much monogamous, as we Jews should be?

      • Mikhael on November 3, 2015, 8:06 am

        Mooser October 29, 2015, 4:20 pm

        Maybe he was trying to point out they they were pretty much monogamous, as we Jews should be

        How does your comment even slightly respond to the substance of my post where I addressed the idiotic assertion by Marnie that “Ashkenazi[m] …are so fucking obsessed with pedigrees and lily whiteness” ? Are you referring to the fact that I’ve mentioned being married and divorced more than once (something I have in common with about 50% of the US population — the divorce rate in Israel is much lower), which seems to be a source of mirth to you? Divorce is not prohibited in Judaism at all — where do you get the idea that divorce and remarriage is a violation of monogamy and not sanctioned by Judaism?

        For that matter, polygamous marriage, for that matter, was actually never banned among Mizrahi and Sefaradi Jews, (although it was relatively rare and usually discouraged) as it was among Ashkenazim in the 11th century CE.

      • Mooser on November 3, 2015, 10:54 am

        “Divorce is not prohibited in Judaism at all — where do you get the idea that divorce and remarriage is a violation of monogamy and not sanctioned by Judaism?”

        Oh, I bet you tell that to all the girls.
        Well, out here, Mikheal, we have a little saying : “love ’em right, or leave ’em alone!”

        “Are you referring to the fact that I’ve mentioned being married and divorced more than once”

        Mentioned? As I remember, you extolled it as a contribution to the Jewish birth-rate!

  10. kalithea on October 25, 2015, 2:37 pm

    While I believe in free speech more than anyone, I also believe in protecting the dignity of victims and respecting the pain they suffer at this moment. The following is a fitting analogy no matter the memory it regrettably evokes, but memory was meant to improve on the mistakes of the past, memory is meant for never again for everyone not just a select few who generations after the fact never experienced their ancestors suffering and are living comfortably numb lives. So let’s say this blog existed in Hitler’s day and a Nazi came on the board to justify an obvious crime against a resister or just a young man minding his business and guilty by association of hating the crimes against his people and those committing them? Would you honestly give the Nazi a mouthpiece to add insult to the injury we are witnessing because that’s the only intent of Zionists who have the gall to justify what we’ve viewed in this video?

  11. German Lefty on October 25, 2015, 3:09 pm

    From the Forward’s advice column:
    “Stop Letting Israel Dictate Your Vote!
    My mother-in-law votes against her political interests all because of Israel. Should I, her non-Jewish son-in-law, try to talk her out of it?”

    http://forward.com/opinion/spirituality/323109/it-is-not-your-job-to-convince-her-she-is-wrong/

  12. Mooser on October 25, 2015, 3:20 pm

    “Four Suspects in Be’er Sheva Lynching, Two of Them Prison Staff, Released on Bail”

    Well, at least the substitute “Israeli History” got a few days work. Who knows, he may get a permanent position.

    “Jackdaw must be so proud of them.”

    No, Jackdaw is expressing himself exactly, precisely how terribly frightened and desperate people express themselves on the Internet. You can smell the fear on him, he’s crapping his pants. Or maybe he’s all brave because he has an American passport in them, too. Hard to tell. I don’t claim to know.

    • Jackdaw on October 26, 2015, 1:25 am

      @Mooser

      “You can smell the fear on him, he’s crapping his pants ”

      Mooser. Do you have many African-American friends?

      PS. Mooser won’t even ‘man-up’ and reveal what town he lives in, much less answer me honestly.

      Right Moosie?

      • Mooser on October 27, 2015, 6:47 pm

        “Right Moosie?”

        So let me get this straight Jackdaw. If I don’t have enough “African-American friends” it’s allright to beat up and shoot Palestinians? Not sure I understand what you are getting at

      • talknic on October 27, 2015, 7:31 pm

        @ Mooser ” If I don’t have enough “African-American friends” it’s allright to beat up and shoot Palestinians? Not sure I understand what you are getting at

        Sure you do. You got in one

      • Jackdaw on October 28, 2015, 5:13 am

        @Mooser

        “So let me get this straight Jackdaw. If I don’t have enough “African-American friends” it’s allright to beat up and shoot Palestinians? ”

        You can’t get it straight. That’s your problem.

        No.
        You can’t call me afraid, when, at the same time, you’re afraid of blacks in America. Also, you can’t ask me what town I live in and be to afraid of telling me where you live.

  13. Marnie on October 26, 2015, 1:09 am

    Question: How many IOF soldiers does it take to arrest an 8-year-old Palestinian?
    Answer: Ten. One to make coffee, three to subdue the child and six to shoot witnesses.

    Question: What’s the difference between the IOF, the border patrol, the police and the settlers?
    Answer: The settlers speak Hebrew with an accent straight out of The Sopranos.

    Question: What is the modus operandi of security for the Jews?
    Answer: ‘Shoot first‚ shoot later‚ shoot again‚ then when everyone’s dead‚ try to ask a question or two.’

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