Skip to comments.Revealed: Arabs Behind 'Israeli Attack'
Posted on 02/28/2013 7:46:31 AM PST by Eleutheria5
Members of the Samaria Residents Council slammed leftist groups Thursday after police said that what had been thought to be a price tag action by Jewish residents of Esh Kodesh in the Binyamin region turned out to be a dispute between Arabs. It was the Arabs who set fire to six vehicles in the village of Korsa near Shechem last week, deliberately blaming the Jews for their activities.
Among the groups with egg on their face in the wake of the police findings is the Rabbis for Human Rights organization, which in the wake of the claims by Arabs that they had been attacked by Jews, issued a harsh statement condemning Esh Kodesh residents for their hateful activities.
Police said that the evidence supplied by Arabs that Jews had undertaken the attack an Israeli identity card left at the scene was fabricated. The ID card belonged to a soldier who, on the night of the attack, was stationed far from the Arab village. He had apparently lost the ID card, with Arabs finding it and holding onto it, apparently for an event just like the one that occurred in the village last week.
In a statement, the Council said that today it is clear that this incident was, beyond the shadow of a doubt, choreographed by the Arabs, with the support and assistance of leftist groups who continue to support terror, increasing tensions between Jews and Arabs by encouraging these blood libels against Jewish residents of Samaria.
According to Council head Benny Katzover, hundreds of Arab rioters last week attempted to invade Esh Kodesh, after leftist groups said that they carried out a 'price tag' attack and burned the cars. Several residents were injured in an ensuing fight.
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