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Undercover Israeli forces infiltrated a group of Palestinians protesters this afternoon near a checkpoint outside of Ramallah in the West Bank and opened fire on the demonstrators, wounding one.  Meanwhile uniformed Israeli soldiers wounded two more protesters with live rounds, critically injuring one by firing a shot into the back of the protester’s head.

Video of the incident published by journalist Ahmad Jarghoun (above) and AFP (below) reveal eight Israeli security forces dressed as protesters with their faces covered, and one with a Hamas flag. After participating in the protest confronting uniformed soldiers and throwing stones, the undercover forces suddenly drew their weapons against the Palestinian demonstrators. The Israeli forces began backing up towards the Beit El checkpoint and a cluster of army Jeeps. Palestinians sprinted in the opposite direction.

Next a group of five undercovers are filmed detaining a Palestinian by throwing the youth to the ground, and punching and kicking him. While in custody one of the officers shoots the Palestinian in the leg. He is then dragged away, bleeding from his face, and soldiers detained him for questioning. Later the youth was transferred to an Israeli medical facility.

The other two protesters wounded by Israeli sniper-fire were also brought to an Israeli hospital for treatment.

With Palestinian universities on strike over the recent killings of youths in clashes with Israeli forces, student groups organized a mid-day protest at the Beit El checkpoint, a point of nightly confrontations over the past week. A journalist covering the demonstration told Mondoweiss on the condition of anonymity that around 300 Palestinians participated in the protest with approximately a third of the group throwing stones. Within that smaller group were the undercover officers.

“When I passed by the guys, the infiltrators, I was sure they were Palestinian,” said the journalist who overheard the undercover Israeli forces speaking fluent Arabic. “Nobody had a real discussion with them. It was clashes, it was very loud and there were sound grenades everywhere,” he said.

What’s more, in the hour leading up to the protest, the journalist spotted the undercover agents in front of a grocery store in an upscale Ramallah neighborhood, with faces uncovered, walking towards the demonstration.

Screenshot of a video filmed by journalist Ahmad Jarghoun, where undercover Israeli forces are seen shooting and detaining a Palestinian protester outside of Ramallah, October 7, 2015.

Screenshot of an AFP report where undercover Israeli forces are seen shooting and detaining a Palestinian protester outside of Ramallah, October 7, 2015.

A spokesperson for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) described the protest as a “riot” and stated Palestinians “were hurling firebombs and rocks as well as rolling burring tires and shooting fireworks at IDF forces. The force also reported hearing gunshots fired at them”

“The main instigator was taken at the scene and taken for questioning,” the spokesperson said.

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  1. talknic on October 7, 2015, 8:26 pm

    Armed combatants with out a clearly distinguishable emblem = more Israeli war crimes

    They really are brutal thugs!

    • oldgeezer on October 7, 2015, 9:30 pm

      Cowardly brutal thugs.

      Without even considering the need for the kidnapping the kicks and punches being thrown while the person is down a d controlled shows that they are a bunch of gutless wonders

    • bryan on October 8, 2015, 9:31 am

      How terribly disillusioning! How on earth did the “most moral army in the world” become a rabble of Mafia-type thugs? Don’t tell me – its the occupation, or perhaps claims to morality were always a self-deception and a cruel attempt to dupe the world.

      • eljay on October 8, 2015, 10:40 am

        bryan: … How on earth did the “most moral army in the world” become a rabble of Mafia-type thugs? Don’t tell me … perhaps claims to morality were always a self-deception and a cruel attempt to dupe the world. ||

        No deception: JeffB made it very clear that to Zio-supremacists like him, “morality” = goal + methods. The goal is a religion-supremacist “Jewish State” in as much as possible of Palestine. And we already know what the methods are.

    • Kay24 on October 8, 2015, 12:02 pm

      They are getting worse by the day. They are taking the law into their own filthy hands.

      This is a slow genocide of a people, bound by zionist shackles.

      The world does nothing, and the US keeps sending them more aid and arms.

      Something is wrong with this picture.

  2. JLewisDickerson on October 7, 2015, 9:47 pm

    RE: “Undercover Israeli forces infiltrated a group of Palestinians protesters this afternoon near a checkpoint outside of Ramallah in the West Bank and opened fire on the demonstrators, wounding one.” ~ Deger

    MY COMMENT: Perhaps it was an “infiltration practice drill” by a Duvdevan Unit! *

    * A BIT OF BACKGROUND/CONTEXT: “IDF soldiers enter village, kill Palestinian in drill gone awry”, by Yossi Gurvitz, +972 Magazine, 4/18/12

    [EXCERPT] ‘Ynet’ sure knows how to bury the lede: They report that a Duvdevan Unit soldier was dismissed from his unit after kicking the face of a handcuffed Palestinian two weeks ago. Such a dismissal, were it attended by several months in prison, would indeed be a proper punishment; but this is not the important story.
    How did the Palestinian find himself in handcuffs in the first place? Well, a team of armed Duvdevan soldiers (who wander around dressed as Palestinians, not in uniform and without obvious weaponry) decided to hold an infiltration practice drill in a Palestinian village. Their infiltration skills were not up to snuff, as it turned out, and the villagers – who suffered recently from a wave of burglaries – took them for burglars, and attacked them with cold weapons, wounding one. The gunmen [Duvdevan soldiers] opened fire, wounding two of the people who were trying to defend their home and property. One of them later died of his wounds. The other was kicked in the face while handcuffed. . .
    . . . A few years back, the Knesset passed a bill called the Daromi Law, which made it permissible for a person to defend himself from burglars even with deadly force. When you think about the Palestinians’ lack of rights, you ought to remember that the basic right to defend yourself from armed IDF soldiers is lacking – even when you mistake them for common criminals, not legalized ones. This is not the only case when a drill using live Palestinians ended in death: a drill in Ketziot Prison, intended to build morale, ended with the guards shooting prisoners in their cells, killing one and wounding others. . .

    ENTIRE ARTICLE – http://972mag.com/undercover-idf-soldier-kills-palestinian-in-drill-goes-unpunished/42493/

    P.S.
    Duvdevan Unit – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duvdevan_Unit
    Mista’arvim – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mista%27arvim

  3. italian ex-pat on October 7, 2015, 10:15 pm

    It’s a known fact that POLICE detectives often go undercover to arrest drug dealers and other lowlifes of the criminal world. I’ve heard of ‘entrapment’ and ‘sting’ operations – always run by the police, but never before had I heard of any ARMY personnel impersonating political demonstrators in order to arrest them. Even the Nazis sent the Gestapo . . . not the Wehrmacht.

    • talknic on October 8, 2015, 8:42 am

      @ italian ex-pat “It’s a known fact that POLICE detectives often go undercover to arrest drug dealers and other lowlifes of the criminal world”

      In Occupied Territories?

  4. Jasonius Maximus on October 7, 2015, 11:03 pm

    “A spokesperson for the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) described the protest as a “riot” and stated Palestinians “were hurling firebombs and rocks as well as rolling burring tires and shooting fireworks at IDF forces. The force also reported hearing gunshots fired at them”

    Interesting. Especially considering that during this entire video not one burning tire can be seen anywhere, not one firework is let off and there are certainly no Palestinians to be seen with a firearm. As for the claims of a “riot”, at best there are about 25 Palestinians in this video, 7 of whom turned out to be undercover Israeli policemen! Hardly a riot! And hardly anything that should warrant this kind of force. Heck there are almost a dozen media(?) on the sidelines documenting this incident. That’s barely a handful less than the total number of protesters in this so-called “riot”!
    Time to call this what it is, a brutal ‘snatch and grab’ job orchestrated and executed by the IDF.
    Given the execution and completely unnecessary use of violence, this looks like just another case in waiting for the ICC…

    • mcohen. on October 8, 2015, 4:21 am

      jas here is the whole video..with burning tires

      http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/201546#.VhckB-xVhBc

      • btbLondon on October 8, 2015, 8:53 am

        I just reviewed the whole Israel National News video It shows some burning tyres stacked up as a barricade and later it shows a non-burning tyre being rolled towards the army but not a single rolling burning tyre.

        It does show, but not nearly as clearly as the others the brutal beating, kicking and punching of a Palestinian. It doesn’t show the Palestinian,already wounded from the assault being dragged violently over broken rubble strewn ground.

      • Jasonius Maximus on October 8, 2015, 10:16 am

        I stand corrected on that point. Thank you for that link Mr. Cohen.

      • italian ex-pat on October 8, 2015, 11:03 pm

        I tried the link, it takes me to a site called Arutz Sheva 7, I get nothing but a blank screen and a brief article describing the incident.
        However. Scrolling down the same page I come upon a mix of ‘related events’, and one gets my attention: , “IDF confirms Palestinian woman attacked soldier with knife” – or something to that effect. It says that the young girl Haleel, shot last week by Israeli soldiers at the checkpoint in Hebron, did indeed try to stab the soldier who had spotted a knife in her hand. He had tried to get her to drop it, but she refused and instead lunged at him with the knife, leaving him with no choice but to shoot. The article has a photo right above the text, presumably of the would-be stabber, except . . . it’s not Haleel, in fact it’s not even a woman, judging by the hairy, heavy arm and hand wielding a lethal-looking blade. And the head covering, it’s what I think is called a balackava, a black ski mask with the eyes fully visible, not at all what Haleel was wearing.
        .
        Is this “Israelnews” for real? Is this the best they can do, and whom do they think they are fooling? Certainly not those of us who saw the photos of the murder scene that were all over the Internet.
        As promised, the IDF did ‘investigate’ themselves, and all is right with the world.

      • talknic on October 9, 2015, 2:59 am

        @ Italian ex-pat

        The link. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/201480#.Vhdk2SuRbgA

        It is of course easily disproven bullshit .

        http://wp.me/pDB7k-1eg

        Logic has no place in illegal settler’s shtick

  5. CigarGod on October 7, 2015, 11:29 pm

    It is time we invented a word worse than Nazi.

    • echinococcus on October 8, 2015, 12:37 am

      It’s been invented a while ago. The old one is for comparison purposes.

    • Ian Berman on October 9, 2015, 2:51 pm

      It is not worse. It is in-line with Nazi policies excluding the final solution.

      For example, the international law forbidding collective punishment arose from the extensive use by the Nazi regime.

      So Israel is what Nazi Germany’s reign would have looked like without a final solution and lasting for 67 years. A Warsaw Ghetto in one area and a self-policed, marginalized population in another, with the latter looking at the former as their ultimate status in Bantustans too.

      https://www.facebook.com/SpiritOfJBulworth/photos/a.494329413929325.133572.494320497263550/912056532156609/

      • CigarGod on October 9, 2015, 8:06 pm

        Thanks, Ian Berman.

    • Ian Berman on October 9, 2015, 2:52 pm

      Aharon Zisling, the Minister of Agriculture, to the Israeli Cabinet, Nov. 17, 1948 (after the Ethnic Cleansing campaign):

      “Now Jews too have behaved like Nazis and my entire being has been shaken.”

      • Kay24 on October 9, 2015, 5:12 pm

        Sadly things have got worse today. Thousands have been killed, maimed, displaced, without homes, have had their lands and other resources stolen, and farmers have lost their olive trees.

        Yes, Jews have behaved like nazis, and no one is doing anything about it.

  6. Jackdaw on October 8, 2015, 2:56 am

    I’m guessing that the undercover cop who shot the protester in the leg was firing rubber bullets.

    I have no problem with undercover cops provoking protesters who would otherwise be throwing rocks anyway. That’s not entrapment.

    • annie on October 8, 2015, 3:13 am

      did you see the video? no problem using using rubber bullets like a stun gun at point blank range? what’s next? into the mouth, the temple or the eye?

      • echinococcus on October 8, 2015, 3:40 am

        Jack, ehm, daw. Rubber bullets are metal, with a rubber coating. I suggest you have one fired in your shin. You deserve it if you are in Palestine. That young man is at home, has every right not only to throw stones but resist by all means he’ll judge appropriate; your uniformed goons can be legally shot without a problem at that site and they don’t have the right to defend themselves, while the ununiformed provocateurs don’t even have to be taken prisoner if they surrender. Ask any lawyer.

      • a blah chick on October 8, 2015, 11:59 am

        Didn’t the Hasbarists get upset when the resistance in Gaza sneaked into Israel wearing imitation Israeli uniforms?

    • Marnie on October 8, 2015, 4:55 am

      You don’t have any problem with it. Is that supposed to be a surprise? It fits with all of your posts. If you’re trying to shock anyone with your love of the continued brutality Palestinians suffer at the hands of the zionists, you don’t. You’re pathetic. This is all really just so much fun for you, isn’t it JD? Really gets you off. You’re the type of man I pray to God my daughter never, ever meets. Or any daughter, for that matter. You sick bastard.

      • CigarGod on October 8, 2015, 8:47 am

        Sociopaths give equal value to love and hate.
        Jackdaw doesn’t care which he gets, he just wants the attention.

    • John O on October 8, 2015, 7:07 am

      @Jackdaw

      So, you’re OK with the fact that the supposed forces of law and order promote illegality and disorder.

      What a curious bird you are – quite unlike the Jackdaws that nest in my chimney and, being social animals, call to one another when they see me putting food out for them.

      • Jackdaw on October 8, 2015, 9:21 am

        @John O

        First off, law enforcement has been using undercover agents since time out of mind. Overzealous use of undercover agents has been reined in by the courts, to wit; entrapment is against the law.

        As for illegality and disorder, the use of undercover agents in these situations DOES promote legality and order. Undercover agents weed out the big fishes and let the little fishies go. That’s why you see only one guy, striped shirt, getting arrested.
        The alternative is to send in fully armed riot police, indiscriminately cracking heads and arresting all the fish they can scoop up.
        Do you really want that?
        Think about it.

      • talknic on October 8, 2015, 10:47 am

        @ Jackdaw “First off, law enforcement has been using undercover agents since time out of mind”

        In Occupied Territories?

        “As for illegality and disorder, the use of undercover agents in these situations DOES promote legality and order”

        By being ILLEGALLY in Occupied Territories?

        You’re really full of it

      • diasp0ra on October 8, 2015, 11:14 am

        @Jackdaw

        It’s called Perfidy. Look it up.

        Pretending to be a civilian and then carrying out military objectives is a war crime.

      • Jackdaw on October 8, 2015, 1:41 pm

        @diaspora

        “It’s called Perfidy. Look it up ”

        I once saw a lawyer tell a judge to “look it up”.

        From the Bench, the judge recused himself from the case, and told the lawyer to leave the courtroom.

        Very uncomfortable to watch.

      • John O on October 8, 2015, 1:50 pm

        @Jackdaw

        “…law enforcement has been using undercover agents since time out of mind.”

        It’s a high-risk strategy, as the undercover agents often become ‘agents provocateurs’, i.e. inciting crimes that otherwise would not have been committed. Here in the UK the use of undercover agents to infiltrate harmless green energy activists has produced a major scandal.

        You also seem to think that someone in a striped shirt on a video is a big fish. Your powers of deduction make Sherlock Holmes look like Inspector Clouseau. You should go far. Right now.

      • Maximus Decimus Meridius on October 8, 2015, 2:00 pm

        “As for illegality and disorder, the use of undercover agents in these situations DOES promote legality and order. ”

        What are you talking about?

        These people are agents of an occupying power. They have NO powers of ‘law enforcement’ there, except when it comes to protecting those living under occupation. Indeed, insofar as they are representatives of the occupying state, they are legitimate targets. This is all really quite clear under international law.

        Look it up.

      • Jackdaw on October 8, 2015, 3:18 pm

        @JohnO

        Big and small are relative terms.

        ‘Striped shirt’ was being watched by the undercovers, who deemed him to be a ringleader, instigator, kingpin, etc.

        That’s why they grabbed him.

        BTW. I’m retired. I’ve already gone as far as I’d like.

      • Ian Berman on October 9, 2015, 2:46 pm

        @Jackdaw, if I understand you correctly, you are okay with undercover agents in this case instigating the very actions that provoke a violent response from the IOF to capture a ringleader.

        That raises a number of questions. If the undercover agent is instigating the actions, doesn’t that make him the ringleader?

        Further, isn’t that the classic case of entrapment?

        Last, unless I missed it, you are silent on the infliction of a gunshot wound at point blank range of a detained and defenseless suspect.

        Not that this is exactly my narrative, but it appears to be yours. How do you address these issues arising from your narrative?

      • Jackdaw on October 15, 2015, 1:38 am

        @IanBerman

        Yes. The undercovers are acting provocatively; yelling and throwing stones. They are not directing the stone throwers or manufacturing molotov cocktails. The stone throwers are there to throw stones, as they have for being for 30 years. Like most mobs, there are leaders and followers and the Jewish undercovers are not leading the mob in any way, shape or form.

        Maybe the policeman shot the suspect maliciously, or maybe the suspect on the ground was resisting arrest when the policeman shot him at close range with a rubber bullet (in order to subdue him). This seems foolish to me because of the chance of a richochet, but I’m not expert. If the cop had shocked him with a Taser, you’d still complain, so what’s the use.

    • talknic on October 8, 2015, 8:38 am

      Rubber bullets in a handgun?

      Undercover = concealed weapons and no distinctive emblem = illegal combatant= valid military target

      • italian ex-pat on October 8, 2015, 9:20 am

        @ talknic

        “= valid military target”

        Yeah, but I bet they were wearing Kevlar vests under the civilian garb.

    • eljay on October 8, 2015, 10:34 am

      || Jackdaw: I’m guessing that the undercover cop who shot the protester in the leg was firing rubber bullets. I have no problem with undercover cops provoking protesters who would otherwise be throwing rocks anyway. … ||

      So…you’re saying that if non-Jewish police officers were to provoke Jewish protesters and then shoot rubber bullets point-blank into their legs, you would be OK with that. You wouldn’t consider such actions to be criminal or anti-Semitic. Is that about right?

      • CigarGod on October 8, 2015, 1:20 pm

        Jackdaw has not been programed to respond to that question.

      • eljay on October 8, 2015, 9:59 pm

        || CigarGod: Jackdaw has not been programed to respond to that question. ||

        No, I suppose he hasn’t.

    • Theo on October 14, 2015, 8:49 am

      Rubber bullets can be deadly if they hit someone in sensetive part of the body, like eyes, temple, throat, etc. There are cases of people getting killed with rubber bullets.

    • Ian Berman on October 15, 2015, 3:39 pm

      @Jackdraw

      You’re very first comment was that you “have no problem with undercover cops provoking protesters”

      That is in itself incitement. You cannot assume they will throw rocks. If they were going to anyway, then let them. They would not have needed incitement. What this shows is your bias, not legal analysis.

      Further, firing any high velocity projectile within inches of any body part will do irreparable damage, if not cause a fatal loss of blood. Israel has a policy of shooting to create lasting limb damage so as to avoid headlines for killing Palestinians. Not that they only do that when necessary. They shoot as a matter of policy, even peaceful protests, but the policy is to shoot regardless of self-defense. So no, it is not appropriate when 5 or more men surround one. You’re just apologizing for excessive violence the side you favor utilizes.

      Further, you miss the big picture here. This is a response to the Occupation. An Occupation which controls every facet of their life. An Occupation that steals their land, their resources, takes political prisoners, conducts night raids for intimidation, tortures children, restricts commerce, supplies, travel and by virtue of all three medical care, and uses both lethal and non-lethal force indiscriminately against one side while protecting the crimes of the others (the Settlers).

      End the Occupation, there will be an end to the rock throwing at soldiers with helmets, body armor and semi-automatic weapons with no restraint on use. In the meantime, Israelis should stop complaining given the 67 year provocation that is Zionism.

  7. bryan on October 8, 2015, 9:46 am

    Can one of the legal experts here please clarify for me. Can the Geneva Conventions be circumvented by claiming that your forces are uncover police and not un-uniformed soldiers, even when an operation is obviously closely coordinated? Can the Geneva Conventions be circumvented by arguing that this is not a state of war, but simply a policing operation, carried out by the military in occupied territory? Is the only penalty under the Geneva Conventions, were these to be classified as soldiers, out of uniform, and acting during a state of war, that they would lose their status as prisoners of war were they to be captured? In that event presumably the Geneva Conventions would be circumvented by invoking the Goliath procedure, or do the Geneva Conventions provide protection to “prisoners of war” from attack by their own forces? If the killing of a prisoner of war is a crime when carried out by the enemy, surely it is also a crime when carried out by your own side? Or are the Geneva Conventions no longer relevant in this age of assymetrical war?

    • Maximus Decimus Meridius on October 8, 2015, 2:04 pm

      Good questions. I’d love to see Hostage’s informed opinion on this. But afaik, the only situation in which the police force of the occupying power is permitted to use force is to protect the occupyied people – NOT as here, to attack them.

      “Is the only penalty under the Geneva Conventions, were these to be classified as soldiers, out of uniform, and acting during a state of war, that they would lose their status as prisoners of war were they to be captured? ”

      I’m not sure how that would work. Because the Israeli troops are acting on behalf of an occupying power, they have no legal right to self-defence. I’m also not sure that this can be classed as a ‘war’, since it is a conflict between the occupied and the occupier, not between two nation states.

      So in other words, I very much doubt the Israelis have a legal case here. I await Hostage and his informed opinions!

      • Ian Berman on October 9, 2015, 2:39 pm

        “Who’s going to enforce the Geneva Conventions against us?”

        – The Israeli Occupation Force High Command
        .
        .
        Since a military and international law approach have not and will not work, there is only one solution available – BDS

  8. Brooklyn on October 8, 2015, 9:49 am

    Watching this shows how cowardly the Israeli Army is. I watched an amazing movie “Omar” and although a movie – it shows how sneaky these IDF folk are. It is disgusting and makes me sick to my stomach. However – watching these videos makes me feel HATRED … a feeling that I don’t want to feel, a feeling that I don’t want to share with my kids, a feeling that alters the way I look at regular folks, like my Israeli neighbor. He – although born and raised in Israel – both his parents were Yemeni Jews. He tells me all the time about how bad Arabs are and how Israel has the right to defend itself against these terrorists. He once told me “if your neighbor fights you, take over his living room, if he still fights you, take his bedroom, and if he still fights you take his entire house.” I said – “if my neighbor fights with me, I turn and walk away”. Anyway… long story short – his parents were immigrants to Israel from an ARAB country – yet he talks so bad about Arabs – even though technically he is an Arab. Watching these videos makes me feel hatred – not neighborly love – towards him, even though he himself is not the one responsible for the above video.

    • zaid on October 8, 2015, 11:51 am

      Brooklyn

      It is Pricey because he is an Arab, he would hate them.

      When Arab Jews like your neighbor shouts death to Arabs, they are shouting not at the Arab in Gaza or Jerusalem but at the Arab living inside of them.

  9. Xpat on October 8, 2015, 11:39 pm

    It must have been 20 or 25 years ago when I was living in Israel that I read one of those military hero myths in the Israeli media. It was the story of an Israeli combat pilot – the most admired masculine role model in Israel. I think it was during the 1973 Yom Kippur War. This pilot had been wounded in combat over Syria and lost his leg below the knee. He was taken prisoner but was eventually returned to Israel. The pilot vowed to return to active duty and after months of rehab he healed and flew his first sortie. The magazine article celebrated his grit.

    What has stayed with me all these years was the story of how that Israeli pilot lost his leg. His plane was shot down in a rural area over Syria. He parachuted to ground intact and was immediately surrounded by hostile people. He feared they were going to lynch him. A Syrian army officer broke through the crowd and took control. The Syrian officer pulled out his pistol as he approached the Israeli pilot. He said to him: “don’t be afraid.” And then shot him in the leg, smashing it beyond repair.
    I don’t know if the Syrian officer felt the only way he could save the Israeli pilot from death by the mob was by hurting him or whether it was cold vindictiveness.

    This video reminded me of that story. The cowardice and utter evil of firing a gun into a man on the ground who is surrounded by overwhelming odds. What was gained by doing that? It’s torture. And they do that in public in full view of the cameras. They have no fear of retribution. This was done to be seen. This was an act of terrorism. We have heard no condemnation from the authorities, not even the routine pablum about some empty investigation. This is Israeli policy. Israeli policy is terrorism.

  10. Kathleen on October 9, 2015, 11:24 am

    These video’s documenting persistent Israeli violence against Palestinians that have been getting out consistently over the last five years are so important. Verifying with visuals what peace and justice activist have been witnessing and reporting about for literally decades.

  11. Ian Berman on October 9, 2015, 2:32 pm

    “But Israel only wants peace”

    I am not a Self-Hating Jew. I am Ashamed Other Jews Defend This

    https://www.facebook.com/SpiritOfJBulworth/photos/a.494329413929325.133572.494320497263550/1164417746920485/

    • Kay24 on October 9, 2015, 4:22 pm

      Now, that is a very interesting poster. It reminds us that there are many good Jewish folk (like Phil and others) who are disgusted by what is happening there. The long list of crimes is unbelievable. This is nothing but a rogue nation that has gone out of control, but still supported by the US.

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