Silverstein Potentially Endangers Life Of Israeli Kurd Recruit; Shoots Breeze With ISIS Member

One of the hot news stories of the last few days has been the Israeli woman who joined the Kurds in their fight against ISIS.

As it turns out, all and sundry are now reporting the woman’s criminal past – she was jailed in the US for her part in a fraud ring that stole money from elderly American citizens by pretending to be lottery representatives.

While Maariv’s Yossi Melman broke the story, DouchebloggerTM Richard Silverstein rushed to post her identity while it was censored in Israel.

When the censor allowed her identity to be published, Silverstein patted himself on the back.

..and schnorred for money


Meanwhile, Silverstein notices an ISIS member tweeting about it.

and then wonders about the Gill’s wisdom in posting about it on Facebook.

But here’s the thing: It was Silverstein who rushed to “out” her, and her identity may very well have remained a secret if he had not done so. The reason for the censorship was likely to protect her – G-d forbid ISIS recognizes her and captures her – yet in his twisted mind, the reason is something else entirely.

But it gets worse. Here’s the tweet from the ISIS member:

To which Silverstein responds:

Just a casual chat with a terrorist.

No condemnation of his organization’s murderous acts and goals.

No lambasting him for the “lesbo” comment.

Just a snide comment about Israel.

If I didn’t know any better, I’d say Silverstein found some common ground with him.

Perhaps Silverstein feels if he cozies up to the terrorists, they will spare his life if their dream of a world caliphate comes to fruition.

But I suspect they have very little use for a sycophantic, waste of space.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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