“Human rights” organization Amnesty International is urging Israel to free Ahed Tamimi (aka Shirley Temper) with this offensive tweet:
Urge Israel to #FreeAhedTamimi. For years, she and her family have bravely stood up against the Israeli occupation. Now she's spending 8 months in prison. @netanyahu must release her now. Take action 👉 https://t.co/95inhBPiHy pic.twitter.com/s59F6jZlGL
— Amnesty UK (@AmnestyUK) March 26, 2018
Pray tell, Amnesty. Which of the Tamimis do you see as most bravely “standing against the Israeli occupation”?
Six weeks after Israel signed the Oslo Accords with the PLO on the White House lawn on September 13, 1993, Chaim Mizrahi from Beit El went to buy eggs from a farmer in Ramallah, as he had every week for years.
Two of Ahed’s cousins, Said and Nizar Tamimi, were there. They stabbed Mizrahi, stuffed him in the trunk of his car and burned him alive.
Mother Nariman Tamimi?
Or even Ahed herself?
By the way, I hope by “Israeli occupation”, you do not mean what the Tamimis mean.