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Blood Libel: The Case Of The Torturing “Settlers”

The following image has apparently been disseminated by the Israel haters for a number of years already, but only came to my attention today, thanks to reader Akiva.

As usual, my spidey senses were activated and I called in my trusty sidekick Reverse Image Search.

And I am sure you’ll be shocked to hear that this is yet another blatant lie.

Here’s the source image.

settler tug of war

Israeli settlers try to pull a fellow settler as he is dragged away by border policemen during clashes at the entrance to the illegal outpost of Havat Gilad, west of the occupied West Bank city of Nablus, after Israeli police tried to confiscate a truck containing material to build a new house on September 13, 2009. The United States has been trying for months to secure an Israeli settlement freeze while pressing Arab states for reciprocal concessions to clear the way for a resumption of Israeli-Palestinian talks suspended in late December. AFP PHOTO/YEHUDA RAIZNER

One has to keep remembering that if you have the truth on your side, you do not need to lie. Which is why we are seeing so many of these lies from the palestinians and Israel haters.

Since this blood libel is as strong as ever years after first beginning, please help counter it by sharing this post far and wide.

8 thoughts on “Blood Libel: The Case Of The Torturing “Settlers””

  1. I notice that the Amazing Ambidextrous Soldier Without a Shadow (and without a chair) also makes a cameo appearance in one of those images.

  2. Norman_In_New_York

    Those who create and spread this have to be hunted down and terminated with extreme prejudice. The only good anti-Semite is a dead anti-Semite.

  3. Kathy Prendergast

    That’s not even a “child” in the photo; it’s clearly a young man. And the kid in the hospital? Probably an Israeli hospital, where he’s being treated at Israeli taxpayers’ expense, for injuries probably caused not by Israelis but by other Arabs seeking to kill Israelis.

    1. Kathy Prendergast

      If you look closely enough at the photo you can see the body hair on that “child’s” torso. What are the Palestinians feeding their kids these days?

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