Arrests That Send Shivers

Today, it is our turn and we need to speak out loud and clear. This is wrong. This is not us. This is not Judaism. For every candy given out to celebrate the murder of our children, we need to shed 100 tears for the murder of theirs. – Hillel Fuld, Facebook.

Police have confirmed they are holding three Jews in connection with the (abominably vile) murder of 16 year old Mohammed Abu Khdeir.

Police announced they have identified the suspects they believe brutally murdered 16 year old Mohammed Abu Khdeir.

The police have not released the identities of the suspects.

A total of 6 suspect were initially arrested. From the initial six, three have been released.

The three have been identified as Jews. Some of them are minors.

They are currently being interrogated by the Shabak (General Security Service).

They have not yet been charged with the murder, and the investigation is still considered as ongoing

All we can do is add our voices of disgust and revulsion, pending an actual trial and conviction, that this act of senseless violence be committed by Jews no matter what the claimed provocation.

Jews kill in self defense and defensive wars. That’s it. We do not kill random Arab children as retribution even when our own children are plucked from the roads and murdered. Any that do this deserve any punishment the state can deliver (and probably more in fact).

Neither do we celebrate this.

Here is a the statement of Danny Ayalon, a well known champion of the communities in Judea and Samaria and generally of the right politically. I can assure you he didn’t have to think very hard before putting out this:

David Ha’ivri (who I know personally) is a spokesperson for the communities in the Shomron:

Murder of civilians based of their ethic background is not ‘nationalist reasons’, it is terrorism. I am a patriot & I denounce terrorism.




Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.

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