Three Israeli gunmen shot dead by Palestinian villager

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https://www.rt.com/news/404596-israelis-attack-wounded-medics/

Two of the Israelis were security guards at a settlement encampment in the area near the Palestinian village and the third was a member of the hated paramilitary police. The villager was wounded in the gun battle and died of his wounds.

This loss of life stems from the daily encroachment and colonisation of Palestinian land. It is likely the native village will be razed in rataliation and in furtherance of the ethnic-cleansing campaign.
 


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Why post propaganda nonsense? The counter information (which could as easily be propagandist nonsense) is in the link:

"The attacker approached the entrance of the settlement with a group of Palestinians who work there, ..."

Or here's another link
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/israel-shooting-jerusalem-palestinian-jewish-west-bank-settlers-settlement-har-adar-a7967131.html?amp
Also, just observe the abominable zeal to always try and fit in as many accompanying libels and smears as possible with the spurious "story"... To take just one of these, the "ethnic cleansing" libel. - The reality is clearly much closer to the following summary:


"... The Palestinian Arabs were not responsible "in some bizarre way" for what befell them in 1948. Their responsibility was very direct and simple... In defiance of the will of the international community, as embodied in the UN General Assembly Resolution of November 29th, 1947 (No. 181), they launched hostilities against the Jewish community in Palestine in the hope of aborting the emergence of the Jewish state and perhaps destroying that community. But they lost; and one of the results was the displacement of 700,000 of them from their homes... Most of Palestine's 700,000 "refugees" fled their homes because of the flail of war (and in the expectation that they would shortly return to their homes on the backs of victorious Arab invaders)... The displacement of the 700,000 Arabs who became "refugees"... was not a "racist crime"... but the result of a national conflict and a war, with religious overtones, from the Muslim perspective, launched by the Arabs themselves... There was no Zionist "plan" or blanket policy of evicting the Arab population, or of "ethnic cleansing". Plan Dalet (Plan D), of March 10th, 1948 (it is open and available for all to read in the IDF Archive and in various publications), was the master plan of the Haganah - the Jewish military force that became the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) - to counter the expected pan-Arab assault on the emergent Jewish state. That's what it explicitly states and that's what it was. And the invasion of the armies of Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq duly occurred, on May 15th... The demonisation of Israel is largely based on lies - much as the demonisation of the Jews during the past 2,000 years has been based on lies. And there is a connection between the two." (Prof. Benny Morris)

https://www.irishtimes.com/opinion/letters/israel-and-the-palestinians-1.896017
 

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All information is 'propagandist nonsense' unless you have an open mind to consider events from different perspectives.

This case is interesting as it gives an excuse for Israel to curtail any peace talks - not that there ever were any or any intention of starting any and also justifys the destruction of another village. Here are links to Israeli newspapers outlining these plans.

https://www.timesofisrael.com/right-wing-mks-call-off-us-peace-push-over-terror-attack/
Right-wing MKs: Call off US peace push over terror attack
And

https://www.timesofisrael.com/after-deadly-shooting-idf-seals-off-hometown-of-har-adar-terrorist/
Troops deployed to area around settlement where a Palestinian shot dead 3 security officers; PM says gunman's home will be demolished
 

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It's just an anti-semitic knee-jerk. Jaysus knows that the Israelis have plenty to answer for. Stupid anti-semites like Rashers give the apologists the excuse to paint all criticism as anti-semitism.

I wonder are people like Rashers paid for by Bibi?
You're the antisemite, everyone on this site knows that ;)
 

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It's just an anti-semitic knee-jerk. Jaysus knows that the Israelis have plenty to answer for. Stupid anti-semites like Rashers give the apologists the excuse to paint all criticism as anti-semitism.

I wonder are people like Rashers paid for by Bibi?
I was pretty impressed how the thread jumped from 2017 to 1948 in just 2 replies.
 

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This loss of life stems from the daily encroachment and colonisation of Palestinian land. It is likely the native village will be razed in rataliation and in furtherance of the ethnic-cleansing campaign.
Im pretty sure the loss of life stems from gunmanists
 

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Condolences to all who died in this eternal grim hopeless conflict.
 

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Condolences to all who died in this eternal grim hopeless conflict.
It does seem eternal and I suspect that perpetual war is actually the policy. If Israel wanted peace, it could easily withdraw within its borders, give the Palestinians their freedom and receive the applause and support of the world.

But, alas, it seems expansion and colonisation is more important than peace and so the killing will go on, and on...
 

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It does seem eternal and I suspect that perpetual war is actually the policy. If Israel wanted peace, it could easily withdraw within its borders, give the Palestinians their freedom and receive the applause and support of the world.

But, alas, it seems expansion and colonisation is more important than peace and so the killing will go on, and on...
 

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All that will happen is that the 150 Palestinians who work there will face even tougher scrutiny.
 

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“The preliminary investigation indicates that he had significant personal and family problems, including those regarding family violence. His wife fled to Jordan several weeks ago and left him with their children,” the statement said.
Wife beater.
 

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It does seem eternal and I suspect that perpetual war is actually the policy. If Israel wanted peace, it could easily withdraw within its borders, give the Palestinians their freedom and receive the applause and support of the world.

But, alas, it seems expansion and colonisation is more important than peace and so the killing will go on, and on...
Would there be peaceful coexistence if the above was realized? Would their ************************!
 

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I was pretty impressed how the thread jumped from 2017 to 1948 in just 2 replies.

That resolution in the U.N. General Assembly is very important. It provided for .....a two state solution on what was formerly a province of the Ottoman empire. The Jews said thank you very much. The Arabs said.......we prefer a one state solution.
 

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