Everyone knows how secure a settlement is - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Aron, Tel Aviv
    • 14.03.11 | 09:29 (IST)

    No Palestinian can get inside of ANY settlement without paperwork & ID and even then, only during certain times of the day under the watchful eye of security and/or police or soldiers. There is no way in hell a Palestinian could have sneaked into the settlement, broken into a home and murdered the entire family...AND...have gotten away without a trace. This was a settler on settler crime. It wasn't an act of terrorism and it wasn't carried out by any Palestinian(s). Everyone is so quick to blame the Palestinians and yet there is not a single shred of evidence pointing to any Palestinian Arab or group. Coincidentally, it just so happens to justify the construction of new settlements and to appease settlers by showing that Israel is supporting them while improving Netanyahu's approval rating. You do the math. It wouldn't have been the first time that Israelis sacrificed one of their own for what they percieve to be the so-called greater good.

    from the article: Palestinians denounce Itamar murders, but lay criticism on Israel
    First published 01:31 14.03.11 | Last updated 01:31 14.03.11
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