New Levels Of Cruelty Reached By Arabs In Jerusalem

Update: The source for this post is the “0404 News“, an internet based outlet that report predominantly about Jerusalem, Judea and Samaria, IDF. More often than not, they are tipped directly by IDF and Police personnel about items, especially items that do not gain media attention, like rock throwing, firebombs, and other attacks on armed forces and civilians, often accompanied with private photos taken with their cellular phones. While I personally do not doubt the veracity of this report, it should be stated that as of now, no other news outlets or Facebook page in Arabic reported it. J.D.

Old and busted: Arabs throwing rocks at Israelis in Jerusalem.

New sick and revolting horror: Arabs throwing puppies at Israelis.

Horror: Arab residents of Abu Dis Arab threw four puppies at a border police patrol, causing them deaths A heartbreaking action near the separation barrier in Abu Dis, East of Jerusalem. Arabs threw four bags with live puppies from behind the high walls at a border police patrol while on activity. The stunned police were still able hear the puppies whimpering. They opened the bags and found three puppies had died on the spot, and another puppy dying. The cub was transferred immediately to a vet, but died a short time later. The policemen were horrified by the brutality against the pups, and the talk of the day amongst their company dealt with the incident. These are exclusive images of the puppies in the bags, and after they removed the dead puppies. Puppies Jerusalem 0404

I’m waiting for Jodi Rudoren to write about this “initiation ceremony” or “hobby”

94 thoughts on “New Levels Of Cruelty Reached By Arabs In Jerusalem”

          1. Yes, there are many sane Arabs. But we are not talking about individuals. We are talking about Arab mentality. Those Arabs who don’t want to kill and destroy have non-Arab mentality. They are strong enough not to submit themselves to their nation’s mentality.

            On the other hand, the “mainstream” Arabs are of this sick mentality that produced Samir Kuntar and other child-murderers like him. And that’s why they all are regarded as heroes in Arab countries.

            1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

              I agree that there is much too much of the Samir Kuntar/Abu Mazen mentality, and that PETA, and the US government, among others, are too willing to overlook it or excuse it. And that too much of Europe secretly applauds it, as long as it’s aimed at the Jews and does not personally inconvenience non-Jewish Europeans. I’m not qualified to form an opinion as to how mainstream or non-mainstream it is, or whether other viewpoints are non-Arab or not.

              1. Why in G*d’s name are you using the acronym PETA within the context of this discussion? Is it some kind of new joke that’s making the rounds in your circle? And in the same sentence with “PETA, and the US government, among others are too willing to overlook it or excuse it”? And so you equate PETA with the U.S. government? Are you out of your mind?

                1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

                  PETA came up much earlieron the thread, because of the cruelty to animals angle. No one is equating PETA with the US government. Get a grip. Both, though, are more than willing to overlook Arab attacks against Jews.

            2. Ok, but that is not what you said before. You said ALL Arabs are terrorists and are not civilized human beings. That is not true.

          2. I’m waiting for the good ones to march in the streets and organize rallies against the barbarism that goes on daily in their midst. Where is the outrage and horror? Where is the outcry against cruelty to living beings?

            1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

              I would guess that many of the good ones are terrified of opening their mouths. But if you want an example of a courageous and good one, read the work of brave journalist Khaled Abu Toameh at http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/
              Or look at the statements and You Tubes at Israelly Cool by Arabs who have the courage to speak out in favor of Israel and debunking the viscious lies about Israel that have become so fashionable.

              1. I read Khaled Abu Toameh all the time. He stands out because he is such an anomaly in the Arab world. I’m still waiting for the “moral majority” of Arabs to finally organize themselves and speak out against inhumane acts. They have no problem screaming about perceived “Israeli atrocities” – let’s hear them say a thing or two about the heinous barbarity that surrounds them in their own neck of the woods. They have plenty of material to work with.

                  1. I have seen both those articles separately. I actually read the one about the Israeli-Arab political party a couple of year ago at Ben Gurion airport waiting for my flight! These political parties need support from Israel because the old guard does not represent Israeli-Arabs — way too “Palestine”-centric. I hope more and more find their voice.

              2. What you say about “many of the ‘good’ ones” is undoubtedly true, but still no excuse. And the one that you mention, as well as the few others like him, are but like individual grains of sand in the Muslim “desert”.

          3. ahad_ha_amoratsim

            You’re there, Aussie D. To my shame, I’m here in the US, except for all-too brief and all-too infrequent visits. I don’t know where Name, unplugged or dabney_c live, but I’m inclined to put a certain amount of weight on your opinion.

      1. Yes, exclude Christians, but you still have the majority of Muslim Palestinians who fit this description, whom, in their scripture, are not taught the dearness of life, and respect for it.

      1. “Palestinian” Christians who live in Israel are generally more moderate and integrated, many of them will serve in the Tzahal (http://mida.org.il/?p=29788). Christians who live in Judea and Samaria are “islamized” and anti-Semitic. They have to prove they are true Arabs, true “Palestinians”. How can they do so? By hating Jews!

        1. Well, that is indeed tragic. I haven’t wanted to believe this, since I have a wonderful, dear, dear friend whose family are Palestinian Christians (Eastern Orthodox). It’s my understanding that the family emigrated to Kuwait around 1960, the grandfather having much to do with helping to organize the armed forces for the Kuwaiti Emirate, as he had played a prominent role in the British Army prior to Israeli independence. My friend was born in Kuwait in the year of its independence from Great Britain. But I thought I’d noticed a slight leaning more toward her Muslim friends than toward Jews. I was surprised at this, and tried to ignore it. I find this very sad.

          1. Yes, it is. Christians could be the key to peace if they were more moderate, but Palestinian Christians generally are not. I wish they were. Peace would be easier if they were and held important positions in the Palestinian Authority. Palestinian Christians who are more moderate (there are) don’t say what they think because the don’t want to be seen as “collaborators” and to be persecuted and killed along with their families.

            This is a complex situation and difficult for them to deal with.

            PS I forgot to say that many Palestinian Christians are influenced by communist ideology.

      2. ahad_ha_amoratsim

        The founder of Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, one of the modest murderous factions, was Christian. So are the leaders of Sabeel, which slanders Israel and Jews, uses Christian anti-semitic memes to advocate BDS, excuses terrorism against Jews, and tries to intimidate Jewish Americans against supporting Israel. Don’t look at the faith, look at the actions.

          1. Yes, there are many sane Arabs. But we are not talking about individuals. We are talking about Arab mentality. Those Arabs who don’t want to kill and destroy have non-Arab mentality. They are strong enough not to submit themselves to their nation’s mentality.

            On the other hand, the “mainstream” Arabs are of this sick mentality that produced Samir Kuntar and other child-murderers like him. And that’s why they all are regarded as heroes in Arab countries.

            1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

              I agree that there is much too much of the Samir Kuntar/Abu Mazen mentality, and that PETA, and the US government, among others, are too willing to overlook it or excuse it. And that too much of Europe secretly applauds it, as long as it’s aimed at the Jews and does not personally inconvenience non-Jewish Europeans. I’m not qualified to form an opinion as to how mainstream or non-mainstream it is, or whether other viewpoints are non-Arab or not.

              1. Why in G*d’s name are you using the acronym PETA within the context of this discussion? Is it some kind of new joke that’s making the rounds in your circle? And in the same sentence with “PETA, and the US government, among others are too willing to overlook it or excuse it”? And so you equate PETA with the U.S. government? Are you out of your mind?

            2. Ok, but that is not what you said before. You said ALL Arabs are terrorists and are not civilized human beings. That is not true.

          2. I’m waiting for the good ones to march in the streets and organize rallies against the barbarism that goes on daily in their midst. Where is the outrage and horror? Where is the outcry against cruelty to living beings?

            1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

              I would guess that many of the good ones are terrified of opening their mouths. But if you want an example of a courageous and good one, read the work of brave journalist Khaled Abu Toameh at http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/
              Or look at the statements and You Tubes at Israelly Cool by Arabs who have the courage to speak out in favor of Israel and debunking the viscious lies about Israel that have become so fashionable.

              1. I read Khaled Abu Toameh all the time. He stands out because he is such an anomaly in the Arab world. I’m still waiting for the “moral majority” of Arabs to finally organize themselves and speak out against inhumane acts. They have no problem screaming about perceived “Israeli atrocities” – let’s hear them say a thing or two about the heinous barbarity that surrounds them in their own neck of the woods. They have plenty of material to work with.

              2. What you say about “many of the ‘good’ ones” is undoubtedly true, but still no excuse. And the one that you mention, as well as the few others like him, are but like individual grains of sand in the Muslim “desert”.

          3. ahad_ha_amoratsim

            You’re there, Aussie D. To my shame, I’m here in the US, except for all-too brief and all-too infrequent visits. I don’t know where Name, unplugged or dabney_c live, but I’m inclined to put a certain amount of weight on your opinion.

      1. Yes, exclude Christians, but you still have the majority of Muslim Palestinians who fit this description, whom, in their scripture, are not taught the dearness of life, and respect for it.

      1. “Palestinian” Christians who live in Israel are generally more moderate and integrated than Muslims, many of them will serve in the Tzahal (http://mida.org.il/?p=29788). Christians who live in Judea and Samaria are “islamized” and anti-Semitic. They have to prove they are true Arabs, true “Palestinians”. How can they do so? By hating Jews!

        1. Well, that is indeed tragic. I haven’t wanted to believe this, since I have a wonderful, dear, dear friend whose family are Palestinian Christians (Eastern Orthodox). It’s my understanding that the family emigrated to Kuwait around 1960, the grandfather having much to do with helping to organize the armed forces for the Kuwaiti Emirate, as he had played a prominent role in the British Army prior to Israeli independence. My friend was born in Kuwait in the year of its independence from Great Britain. But I thought I’d noticed a slight leaning more toward her Muslim friends than toward Jews. I was surprised at this, and tried to ignore it. I find this very sad.

          1. Yes, it is. Christians could be the key to peace if they were more moderate, but Palestinian Christians generally are not. I wish they were. Peace would be easier if they were and held important positions in the Palestinian Authority. Palestinian Christians who are more moderate (there are) don’t say what they think because the don’t want to be seen as “collaborators” and to be persecuted and killed along with their families.

            This is a complex situation and difficult for them to deal with.

            PS I forgot to say that many Palestinian Christians are influenced by communist ideology.

      2. ahad_ha_amoratsim

        The founder of Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, one of the modest murderous factions, was Christian. So are the leaders of Sabeel, which slanders Israel and Jews, uses Christian anti-semitic memes to advocate BDS, excuses terrorism against Jews, and tries to intimidate Jewish Americans against supporting Israel. Don’t look at the faith, look at the actions.

  1. ahad_ha_amoratsim

    Watch for PETA to write a heart-rending letter to Abu Mazen, pleading with him to switch back to rocks.

  2. ahad_ha_amoratsim

    Watch for PETA to write a heart-rending letter to Abu Mazen, pleading with him to switch back to rocks.

  3. We must physically eliminate our enemies. Maxim Gorky said, “If your enemy won’t surrender, you eliminate them”.

      1. Are you joking? Can’t you tell between Hiram Maxim, an American inventor, and Maxim Gorky (the pen name of Alexey Peshkov), an important early 20th century Russian humanist writer?

  4. We must physically eliminate our enemies. Maxim Gorky said, “If your enemy won’t surrender, you eliminate them”.

      1. Are you joking? Can’t you tell between Hiram Maxim, an American inventor, and Maxim Gorky (the pen name of Alexey Peshkov), an important early 20th century Russian humanist writer?

      1. Perhaps it’s time to remind the posters on this thread, that PETA, though, unfortunately, an “American-founded” organization, is quite anathema to American values, and is despised by the vast majority of Americans. Yet, some on here are seeming to compare that reckless, irresponsible, polarizing, non-mainstream, left-leaning organization to the U.S. government. With all due respect, I find this queer, to say the very least.

      1. Perhaps it’s time to remind the posters on this thread, that PETA, though, unfortunately, an “American-founded” organization, is quite anathema to American values, and is despised by the vast majority of Americans. Yet, some on here are seeming to compare that reckless, irresponsible, polarizing, non-mainstream, left-leaning organization to the U.S. government. With all due respect, I find this queer, to say the very least.

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