Rabbinic human rights group T’ruah calls for transparency on donor money spent on settlements.17:48 08.10.15 | 1 comments
"As for that crazy Jewish terrorist on the bus in Israel. He slaughtered a bunch of civilians and was killed in turn by the survivors. Those survivors were hounded by Israel even though when there is a crazy Palestinian, like the guy on the bulldozer, the Jew that killed him was proclaimed a hero. " (Natallie Durson). The arab mob that lynched that "crazy Jewish terrorist" killed him while he was already apprehended and handcuffed. Justice required him to be handed over to the police. But lynching him on the spot is a criminal act and rightly the "executioners" have to be prosecuted in court. To the contrary, the Jew that killed the crazy Palestinian terrorist that went on a rampage with his bulldozer is dutifully considered a hero, because he prevented, with his decisive action, the possibility that the terrorist could go on killing more people.