As I said

November 24, 2016 23:04


People who incite to violence and who throw rocks at moving vehicles with the intent to kill or maim obviously having no care as to the consequences of their criminality have to take responsibilty for their actions. In the UK the police call it attempted murder it is no less so in Neve Tzuf.

While Phoneys pay lip service to the idea of resisting an occupier, the fact is that during WWII the Arabs fought on behalf of the Nazi occupiers and actively sought out and killed the resistance.

And this was done under the supervision of a Palestinian Arab leader.

Of course, back then, "resistance" meant actually fighting against an enemy--not firing rockets at unarmed civilians from a distance while hiding among the people you claim to be fighting on behalf of and putting them in danger or blowing up school buses and cafes full of civilians or murdering people while they celebrate their Seder or in their beds.

In any event if the psychotic Phoney had actually looked into this event he would have found out that this riot had nothing to do with the occupation but claims by the Arabs that the community of Neve Tzuf is appropriating its water - something which normal people resolve by going to court not stoning those with whom it disagrees. Obviously though the rogues at B'tselem fearing that the claims will be shown to be false have incited the Arabs to violence instead.

As to psychotic's comparison with Northern Ireland I do not believe I ever heard a member of the IRA claim that the IRA did not accept than England was the nation State of the English people or that the "resistance" would only cease when there were no more English in England or that Ireland had to be free of all English people.

November 24, 2016 23:04

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