Skip to comments.Suspects Arrested in Death of Palestinian Youth, Israeli Police Say
Posted on 07/06/2014 11:34:24 AM PDT by Oliviaforever
JERUSALEM The Israeli police have arrested a group of Israeli suspects in connection with the kidnapping and killing of a Palestinian youth from East Jerusalem who was found beaten and burned in a Jerusalem forest last week, a spokesman for the Israeli Police said Sunday.
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Have the ones responsible for the three Israeli teens (one, an American) even been looked for, or identified, much less arrested????
I thought the Israelis blew up someone’s house to avenge the boys’ deaths.
I think hells a ‘comin on that one yet.
Of course not!
All that has been done to seek Justice for the three Jewish children that were brutally murdered by those terrorists amounts to a couple government statements and perhaps a few IDF expeditions into areas occupied by Palestinians.
On the other hand, as is evident from this story, they wasted no time arresting the young men accused In the death of that Palestinian.
Nope of course not..the media dropped that story as soon as this story started circulating. Palestinians are very good when it comes to changing the subject(They learned that from the left) they know that the majority of the media despises Israel, so they use this to get the Israeli teens murder out of the headlines and instead turn the focus back on them
How could this be? I thought this was an inside Pali job to gain sympathy
Ironically, if the murderers are Jewish, at least their sentences won’t be commuted for a hostage swap.
No mercy, whomever they are.
Surprise, there are good and bad Jews. Jew-haters love this sort of news, however, so that they can say all Jews are evil. It doesn’t matter that this sort of news is so far and few between compared to what Palestinians do or try to do on a daily basis.
“How could this be? I thought this was an inside Pali job to gain sympathy”
Just because arrests have been made, does not mean that it was not an inside job by the Palestinians not only as a revenge killing because some people on the internet suspected he was gay, but also to turn the media attention away for the murder of the Jewish children.
According to this, one of the suspects has already confessed and incriminated the others.
If indeed the case, these bozos are looking at a very long time in the slammer, I’m pretty sure of that.
And they will get treated by the prison system worse than the Palies that are incarcerated.
If they did it I’m not really that surprised. Why? Considering how much Islamic terrorism has been inflicted upon Israeli Jews since at least the 1920s plus the exchanges of numerous Muzzie terrorists for getting Jews (dead and alive) back I would expect them to be a bit angry. Enough so I would have expected to see much, much more long ago.
How long would Americans have put up with Muzzies doing what they have done for decades and not expect your average Joe Sixpack to sit back and do nothing?
That may well be the case; but let’s face it, burning someone to death is a pretty horrifying way to kill someone. That’s pretty hardcore sadism, if not outright psychopathy.
If indeed they did kill this young Palestinian man, and they are found guilty of such by a court of law, I say hang ‘em high.
“If indeed the case, these bozos are looking at a very long time in the slammer, Im pretty sure of that.”
Throw them in the slammer while the Israeli government continues to do let the vermin live within Israel’s borders and murder Jews at will.
If some American disgraced the good name of the United States of America by doing such a vile and disgraceful atrocity as burning someone to death, I’d shoot him myself.
And it wouldn’t bother me one bit. There is no excuse or rationalization for such abominable behavior.
Why do you think they burned him? It is because they know that burning or cremation is forbidden within Islam and it is also an act of disrespect, dishonor and sacrilege.
U.S. soldiers reprimanded for burning bodies
Saturday, November 26, 2005
(CNN) — Four U.S. soldiers have been reprimanded for an incident in Afghanistan in which the bodies of two Islamic fighters were burned and a message taunting the Taliban about the cremations was broadcast, a U.S. Central Command official said.
The incident became public when Australian TV showed footage of the soldiers burning the corpses, which were facing Mecca. The footage included a message challenging Taliban troops to retrieve their dead and fight.
The Muslim faith forbids the burning of bodies.
The soldiers who made the broadcast, working in psychological operations in Afghanistan, will also face non-judicial punishment or something similar, U.S. military spokesman Lt. Col. Laurent Fox said Saturday at a news conference.
Two U.S. soldiers were shown last month burning the bodies. Two other U.S. soldiers broadcast the message later over loudspeakers.
Hours after the soldiers began burning the bodies, “a psychological operations loudspeaker team” broadcast messages toward Gumbad and a mountainous area “where the enemy was suspected to be hiding,” according to the report.
The two non-commissioned officers “understood that what they were doing in broadcasting the message was wrong and not in accordance with established policies and procedures,” Kamiya said.
“If some American disgraced the good name of the United States of America by doing such a vile and disgraceful atrocity as burning someone to death, Id shoot him myself.
And it wouldnt bother me one bit. There is no excuse or rationalization for such abominable behavior.”
Walk in their shoes for a moment...
What if YOUR family, friends, acquaintances, business associates, colleagues, et al have been victims of Islamic terrorism and your State and Federal governments didn’t do JackShi’ite about it? What would you do?
How much Islamic terrorism should Israelis be required to tolerate?
Many believe that Goldstein, an emergency-room doctor who treated many victims of Arab terrorism, had heard of plans by the Arabs at the Tomb of the Patriarchs to massacre Jews and that he acted to prevent it. In the post-Rabin environment this didn’t fit the narrative.
I hope to see this passage from the Torah become reality soon in Israel when the Jews run every last death-worshiping Muzzie out of the Land.
One can put a thousand a flight, two can put ten thousand -Deuteronomy 32:30
“What would you do?”
I wouldn’t burn a random youth to death. Would you?
They did it for a very specific reason as I pointed out before. It wasn’t for sadistic reasons. It was the equivalent of burying a Muzzie with a pig or in pig’s blood.
It is to desecrate the body so they can’t have a proper burial and get their 72 virgins.
Not sure I follow.... killing him and then burning the body causes the desecration or, as they did, they had to burn him to death to achieve the desecration?
Why do you think the Muzzies in Fallujah burned the two Marines to death? Why do you think Muzzies throw acid on women and burn them? Why do they burn entire villages down when they are doing jihad? And burning American and Israeli flags?
Because burning in Islam is a form of defilement and desecration and if committed against Muzzies it is blasphemy and a sacrilege.
It is the burning of the body that is the desecration. Keep in mind that after a Muzzie dies some of the same rules apply for body preparation for burial that they borrowed from Judaism.
Did you understand my question? Can you answer it?
I have heard that also, but have not seen any evidence to support the claim.
Thanks. Burning a random individual to death isn’t a noble act. If they are guilty, they deserve everything the Israeli’s throw at them.
We should be making "videos" of Americans burning moslem flags and artifacts. Just to make their heads explode.
Those screen shots would work well in the proposed TSA "moslem interrogation rooms" where certain types could be interviewed and "encouraged" to whack out.
Found this to help explain it...
Principles of Fiqh » Jurisprudence and Islamic Rulings » Acts of Worship » Funerals and rulings on graves.
9089: It is not permissible to burn the body of the deceased after death
Question: I am a recent convert to Islam. It was somewhat of a tradition in my family to get cremated. I always had that in my head that this was the best thing to do for the environment of the earth. Can you please tell me if this is allowed in Islam? Thank-you very much for your time.
Answer: As the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) was the one who conveyed to us the laws of our Lord, he taught us what Allaah has prescribed concerning the dead, what we are permitted to do in their case and what we are not permitted to do. Hence the teachings of Islam are different from the teachings of other nations; they include treating the deceased with respect and in a manner that will benefit him. Allaah has prescribed for us that when a Muslim dies, we should wash him and cleanse him, then shroud him in a white cloth, then we should offer the funeral prayer for him and pray for mercy and forgiveness for him. Then after that we must bury him and cover him with earth, then we should visit the graves and pray for their Muslim occupants. It is not prescribed in Islam to burn or cremate the dead, rather this is an act of disrespect and dishonour. Islam forbids us to step, walk or sit on the grave of the deceased, so how could we burn him? Even non-Muslims are to be buried according to Islam, and this is what the Muslims do in the case of kuffaar who die in their countries, but the kuffaar are not buried with the Muslims in the same place. Some of the kuffaar may burn their dead because they do not believe in the Last Day. For this reason it is not permitted to burn the dead; rather it is obligatory to bury the dead. And Allaah knows best.
The burning of this Muzzie was an act of defilement, desecration, disrespect, and dishonor, not sadism.
So if you want to get the Muzzies in a lather and their panties in a wad, go ahead and video the burning of a brand new Koran or a Muzzie flag and upload it to GoogTube.
See #34 for your answer.
Sorry, I’m not interested in any spurious justification for the kidnapping and then burning to death of a a random kid on the street. There is no justification, it’s nauseating.
I’ve just read that the suspects are also thought to have failed in an attempt to have lifted a 9 year old off the street the day before. If they’re guilty of these crimes, they need to pay and pay big.
I’m not justifying it one bit, but the rabbis say that when justice is not done by the hand of man nature takes up the job of bringing justice to the injustice.
“If theyre guilty of these crimes, they need to pay and pay big.”
And when the Muzzies do it?
In Israel it doesn’t work that way.
What does how the Israeli justice system and it’s failings have to do with the kid being killed?
I’ll repeat myself again for you.
“...the rabbis say that when justice is not done by the hand of man nature takes up the job of bringing justice to the injustice.”
How is burning to death a random kid justice?
Well, I hear the Israelis are blowing the crap out of Gaza.
And the cycle completes itself.
And the rocket bombs keep flying into Israel. The Muzzies now have missiles that’ll reach Tel Aviv. What is Israel going to do when they start falling there?
Just more targeted missile strikes on Muzzie rocket launchers with no one around near them? That’ll show ‘em!
Cycle talk is good. Watching sadists rot in gaol is better.
Article: Militants fired 15 rockets and mortar shells at southern Israel, according to the Israeli military, hours after Israel carried out 10 airstrikes against targets associated with militant groups in Gaza. No casualties were reported on either side.
Why the Hell not?
The Muzzies now have missiles thatll reach Tel Aviv. What is Israel going to do when they start falling there?
Well, they have fighters, pilots and ordinance every bit as good as ours or better. Plus they have the incoming missile defense.
They should be able to spot a launch, knock it down if it looks threatening, and blow up the terrorists who launched it...or their entire village.
Hopefully the latter.