ISRAEL SIMPLY NOT TO BE BELIEVED
By Gordon Duff STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor
When children are murdered, and so many are and so many have been, it isn’t funny. Well, that isn’t necessarily the truth. When Palestinian children are murdered, and hundreds have been in very recent times, Israel’s danced in the streets. In fact their religious leaders justify it. “Kill a child, he may grow up some day to hurt a Jew.”
This is the policy of Israel, killing of children, an official policy sanctioned by the religious leaders of the Likudist coalition. This is the law of the land.
Now 5 Israeli’s are dead. Who did it?
This is where things go very wrong. The group taking credit for the killings was exposed long ago as a “false flag” organization of the Mossad. We aren’t saying they did it. Just because something is reported, in this case that a Mossad backed organization, one that staged phony terror attacks and then claimed credit for them, doesn’t make it so.
It is easier to be stuck by lightning on a sunny day than to catch Israel, government or media, even supposed progressive Haaretz, telling the truth. There must be a law against it, perhaps a physical law, like gravity.
Chances are, this is simply another lie from the Israeli papers, another lie from the Israeli government. The issues of ethnic cleansing in Gaza, the murders on the Mavi Marmara and evidence tying Israel to terrorism in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and even the Mumbai attacks, those won’t be taken into account.
So, who killed 5 Israeli’s? Was it murder/suicide?
This is the most likely answer. These are the most common crimes, especially in very religious families for some reason and this was certainly a very very religious family. Extremist religious beliefs and depression/suicide go hand in hand, not just in Israel and not any more or any less with Jews than those of other religions.
The difference here is that those ‘investigating” this crime were tasked with finding a political answer rather than truth or justice.
Was it a serial killer?
Israel has had a love/hate relationship with the concept of “extradition” for the past few decades. Though, theoretically, Israel will now allow extradition of some criminals, hundreds of notorious evildoers have disappeared into Israel, some to reappear elsewhere with a new identity. Last year, Elias Abuelezam, after a murder spree through Michigan and Ohio was arrested on-board an El Al flight for Tel Aviv, sitting on the tarmac in Atlanta.
If the crime is against a non-Jew and the criminal Jewish, religious law in Israel prevents extradition. It is not a crime for a Jew to kill a Gentile. From the Jerusalem Post:
“Goyim were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel,” he said in his weekly Saturday night sermon on the laws regarding the actions non-Jews are permitted to perform on Shabbat.
According to Yosef, the lives of non-Jews in Israel are safeguarded by divinity, to prevent losses to Jews.
“In Israel, death has no dominion over them… With gentiles, it will be like any person – they need to die, but [God] will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money.
This is his servant… That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew,” Yosef said.
“Why are gentiles needed? They will work, they will plow, they will reap. We will sit like an effendi and eat.
That is why gentiles were created,” he added.
In a nation where religious leaders with strong political affiliations to the ruling party speak this openly, where religious protections extend to serial killers, child molesters and criminal psychopaths, is it a wonder that a family would be butchered?
What if Palestinians were responsible? There can, of course, be no way of claiming that. Israel has no history of fairness or due process, no independent judiciary nor any police agency free of religious domination. Though there is considerable evidence that such crimes have been committed against Palestinians by Israelis on a scale not seen since the Third Reich, a crime of retaliation, were this to prove so after an investigation by a respected independent agency, the criminals involved would by any imaginable measure require being removed from society.
The problem we have, however, is that in an apartheid state, one with separate laws, separate everything and nothing remotely equal or fair, a system exercised with considerable brutality, there is an unpleasant ring of irony when the lives of five, valuable lives for sure, lives every bit deserving “liberty and happiness” are valued over the lives of others because of religion or a bizarre perception of ethnicity.
Do we want to go there? It is far easier to prove that Palestinians are former Jews who converted to Islam than to prove that European Jews have an iota of Middle Eastern or Semitic ancestry.
When human rights are mixed with race and religion, everyone loses.
Were we with a police organization, investigating the tragic death of an Israeli family, a Jewish Israeli family as, if the family were Muslim, there would be no investigation whatsoever, we would look for the “low hanging fruit.”
To Israel, mad for propaganda, every act is terrorism. “Cop sense” would tell us to look elsewhere first.
In order to use “cop sense,” we need a respected and independent police agency.
Such an agency does not exist in Israel.