Abortion on Demand, Israeli Style–Palestinian toddler ‘mistakenly’ shot by IDF succumbs to injuries

Mohammed Tamimi, 2, was rushed to hospital in Israel after exchange of gunfire in West Bank on Thursday, in which his father was also wounded


ed note–we’ll start off today’s important life and death discussion with a few important quotations–


‘The state of Israel must invent dangers, and to do this, we must adopt the methods of provocation and revenge…. And above all, let us hope for a new war with the Arabs so that we may finally get rid of our troubles and acquire our lands…’




‘Gentiles are uncompassionate by their nature, and therefore in order to curb their evil inclinations, there is nothing wrong with Jews murdering them…Even the babies and children of Israel’s enemies may be killed as well, since it is clear that they will grow up to harm us one day… In any place where the presence of a Gentile poses a threat to Israel, it is permissible to kill him, even if it is a righteous Gentile who is not responsible for creating a threatening situation….’




‘Arm your men and go to war against the Midianites so that we may carry out the Lord’s vengeance against them’…And so the Israelites fought against the Midianites just as the Lord commanded and killed every man…The Israelites captured the Midianite women and children to be later used as slaves for the Israelites and took all the Midianite herds, flocks, and goods as plunder…They burned all the towns where the Midianites had settled, as well as all their camps…They then brought the slaves, spoils, and plunder to Moses and Eleazar the priest and the Israelite assembly at their camp on the plains of Moab, by the Jordan across from Jericho…


Moses, Eleazar the priest and all the leaders of the community went to meet them outside the camp. Moses was angry with the officers of the army and accosted them. ‘Have you allowed all the women to live?’ he asked them…Now then, kill all the boys, and kill every woman who has slept with a man, but save for yourselves every girl who has never slept with a man…’


The first quote comes from Moshe Sharett, Israeli’s first Foreign Minister wherein he is describing in Kristol clear detail the precise method by which the followers of Judah-ism, the ‘children of Israel’ as they fawningly refer to themselves, plan to expand their ‘corporate’ holdings of the promised land–by provocation that leads to Arab anger and then to war, a ‘protocol’ that is in full force today as the Judah-ites are setting the stage for a new, big, bloody war along the lines of what took place in 48′ and in 67′.


The second quote comes from Yitzhak Shapira, a nutcase rabbi (yes, we know, a redundant statement but one worth making) from the settlement of Yitzhar, not far from the Palestinian city of Nablus. The above quotation attributed to him is lifted from his book ‘Torat Ha’Melech,’ or ‘The King’s Torah’ wherein he inveighs upon–not just the permissibility, but indeed–the religious-based commandments for Jews murdering Gentiles.


And finalmente ladies and Gentile-men, saving the best (and most important) for last, the 3rd quotation comes from the ‘big kahuna’–Moses himself–the Book of Numbers, to be precise, one of the 5 books making up that same Torah which the deranged rebbe Yitzhak Shapira uses as the launching pad for his ‘how to’ manual in Jewish religious terrorism. In this particular passage, Moses is instructing his Ju-hadists that they are to kill (MURDER) all the little boys they have captured, as well as all the womenfolk who are not virgins,


–That the little girls who have not yet lost their virginity, the Israelite warriors–




–for their ‘personal use’, a situation whose subtleties are not that difficult to surmise…


Now, as far as the little Palestinian angel who had his head blown off–80% of it according to the story below appearing in the Hebrew press–this was no accident or a mistake as it is being described by the same Israeli government whose intelligence service Mossad has made the statement ‘by way of deception, we shall make war’ its motto.


The sniper who shot this boy knew exactly what his target was…


The sniper who shot this boy knew exactly what was in his sights…


Anyone who has used a scope on a rifle knows the magnification that it provides, as it is basically a telescope for zooming in on something very small and very far away.


The reason the Jewish sniper executed the child is easily explained within the context of the 3 quotes listed above, to wit–


1. His Judah-ism commands it, and from no less a ‘law giver’ than Moses himself…


2. The rabbis of Israel have reiterated Moses’ commands in this regard, and not just a few times, but REPEATEDLY…




3. The objective here is to use ‘provocation’ in starting a new war with the Arabs in order to steal more of their land.


Times of Israel


A Palestinian toddler mistakenly shot by Israeli troops in the West Bank last week succumbed to his wounds at an Israeli hospital on Monday, medical officials said.



Two-and-a-half-year-old Mohammed Tamimi and his father were hit by gunshots as Israeli soldiers are said to have returned fire at Palestinian gunmen who had shot toward them at the settlement of Neve Tzuf on Thursday.


The father, Haitham Tamimi, was taken by Palestinian medics to a hospital in Ramallah, and the toddler was rushed to Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan by a military helicopter in critical condition.


The boy’s death was initially reported in Palestinian media and later confirmed by the hospital.


The Israel Defense Forces said in a statement after the shooting that the pair was likely hit by mistake, adding that it ‘regrets harm to [non-combatants] and works to prevent such incidents.’


In response to a query by The Times of Israel on Monday, the IDF said: ‘The incident is being investigated in depth. At the end of the inquiry and taking into account its findings, a decision will be made regarding the opening of a probe.’


The army’s preliminary investigation has not yet been completed. An inquiry into troops’ conduct has not yet been submitted to the Military Prosecutor’s Office for review.


An initial report immediately following Thursday’s shooting had suggested the father and boy were likely hit by Palestinian fire when the gunmen shot at an Israeli military post near the settlement.


The IDF said that following a preliminary investigation, it appeared that two Palestinian gunmen had opened fire on the West Bank settlement of Neve Tzuf (also known as Halamish), near the Palestinian town of Nabi Saleh, and that troops stationed at the adjacent army post on Route 465 had returned fire.


Moments after the exchange, a Palestinian man and his child appeared at the entrance to Neve Tzuf with serious injuries to seek medical help.


It appeared that ‘as a result of the gunfire by the [Israeli] forces, two Palestinians were hurt,’ the military said in a statement. A probe into the incident was underway, it added.


The suspected gunmen have yet to be caught.


Palestinian gunmen have repeatedly targeted troops carrying out arrest raids, military posts, Israeli settlements and civilians on roads.


Tensions between Israel and the Palestinians have been elevated for the past year, with the military carrying out near-nightly raids in the West Bank in the wake of a series of deadly Palestinian terror attacks.


The string of Palestinian attacks in Israel and the West Bank has killed 20 people since the start of this year and left several more seriously hurt.


At least 115 West Bank Palestinians have been killed since the beginning of the year many of them civilians who were killed under circumstances that are being investigated.

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