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  1. Yehudah Glick mag maand na moordaanslag ziekenhuis verlaten
  2. Israelische buschauffeur en 2 joden in oude stad aangevallen; Palestijnse jongen mishandeld
  3. Palestijnse leiders in hun eigen woorden
  4. Joods terreurslachtoffer ontmoet Arabische redder
  5. Fatah verzekert Palestijnen dat president Abbas achter terreuraanslagen staat
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Yehudah Glick mag maand na moordaanslag ziekenhuis verlaten

 

Je kunt het oneens zijn met Glicks Tempelberg activisme, hij is geen islamofoob en predikt geen geweld maar juist tolerantie en verzoening. Daar kunnen zowel de Palestijnen als ook sommigen aan (pro-)Israelische zijde nog wat van leren.

 

“Anybody who shoots and kills someone in the name of his religion is the first person disgracing his religion,” Glick said.

“Those who are giving respect to Islam are those Muslim doctors and nurses who work at this hospital, helping people after they have signed the Hippocratic Oath. These are the people who are bringing respect to God and their religion, not those who murder in the name of religion.”

 

Glick was zwaargewond en heeft een aantal operaties ondergaan. Moge hij spoedig verder herstellen.

 

RP

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Month after shooting, Temple Mount activist leaves hospital

http://www.timesofisrael.com/month-after-shooting-temple-mount-activist-leaves-hospital/

Yehudah Glick says his would-be assassin disgraced Islam, while Muslim doctors give respect to their religion

  November 24, 2014, 8:00 pm 

 

 

Yehudah Glick and his wife at a press conference at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem on November 24, 2014. (photo credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

 

Yehudah Glick, the Temple Mount activist shot in a failed assassination attempt, left the hospital nearly a month after the attack.

At a news conference Monday at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Glick thanked those who helped to save his life and recited the blessing thanking God as “He who brings back life to the deceased.”

Glick, 49, said that his attacker told him before he pulled the trigger on October 29 outside a Jerusalem conference center that he was doing it because Glick is “an enemy of al-Aqsa,” the Temple Mount mosque.

“Anybody who shoots and kills someone in the name of his religion is the first person disgracing his religion,” Glick said.

“Those who are giving respect to Islam are those Muslim doctors and nurses who work at this hospital, helping people after they have signed the Hippocratic Oath. These are the people who are bringing respect to God and their religion, not those who murder in the name of religion.”

Glick was shot at close range in the chest and abdomen by an assailant who fled on a motorcycle. The alleged assailant, a member of Islamic Jihad who worked in the conference center’s kitchen, was killed hours later in a shootout outside his eastern Jerusalem home.

Immediately before he was shot, Glick had spoken at the center on the Jewish right to pray on the Temple Mount.

    


Israelische buschauffeur en 2 joden in oude stad aangevallen; Palestijnse jongen mishandeld

 

De aanvallen over en weer gaan door. Israelische Joden worden zomaar aangevallen op straat, als ze op de bus wachten of in de synagoge bidden. Afgelopen maandag werd een buschauffeur aangevallen en 2 yeshiva studenten in de oude stad van Jeruzalem neergestoken. Er zijn ook aanvallen van Joden tegen Palestijnen en vernielingen van moskeeën en huizen.

 

In recent months, 11 people have been killed in attacks by Palestinian assailants -- most in Jerusalem, but also in Tel Aviv and the West Bank. A rash of nationalistic attacks in the past few weeks have accompanied the terrorism. There were reports of vandalism, arson, and threats. Four Jewish girls from a settlement were accused of assaulting Arabs in Jerusalem with pepper spray.   

 

On Sunday a West Bank Palestinian home was torched by unidentified assailants, the latest in a series of attacks on property in the area. The walls of the home were daubed with racist slogans written in Hebrew. No one was injured in the attack, and Israeli authorities say they are investigating.

 

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Hate crimes suspected as Jewish bus driver is attacked in Megiddo and Palestinian youth is beaten in Jerusalem

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4595429,00.html

Two young Palestinians escaped after punching religious bus driver. An 18-year-old Palestinian was hospitalized in an attack by Israelis.

Ahiya Raved

Published: 

11.24.14, 10:26 / Israel News

 

Three young Israelis attacked a Palestinian youth in Jerusalem on Monday, police say, the latest sectarian incident in the increasingly tense city.

 

Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said the unidentified youth is in good condition in a Jerusalem hospital, and that police were investigating the attack.

 


Blood spots seen after the attack on Verdiger (Photo: 0404 news)

 

An incident on Saturday night continued a pattern of attacks apparently motivated by nationalism. A haredi bus driver, Hezi Verdiger of Bnei Brak, was attacked Saturday night by two young Arab passengers on Egged's 840 line from Afula to Tel Aviv. Verdiger said that two Arab men in their twenties boarded and inquired about stopping in Umm al-Fahm, but then bought tickets to Megiddo. 

 

"They sat on two different benches behind me and were talking the whole time. One of them seemed restless so I became suspicious, but there wasn't much I could do," he said.

 

When the bus reached Megiddo junction, the two went to exit from the front doors. "At this point I was less concerned because they were on their way out. One of them got out and the other called me a religious Jew. I turned and he punched me hard in the face."

 

The force of the blow broke his glasses and injured his nose. "I called the police straight away and then a friend. I thought I might still be able to drive, but I felt poorly and was dizzy." Another driver was brought to replace him, and the injured man was taken to hospital. A soldier and other passengers got out and tried to chase after the suspects, but the two escaped into an adjacent grove and disappeared. Um, al-Fahm are attempting to locate the suspects.

 

The driver emphasized that he would keep driving the 840 line, but said, "This is a difficult incident. I've encountered passengers who attacked me, but there has never been this kind of nationalistic attack."

 

In recent months there were other incidents in which buses were attacked in Wadi Ara, on the way to and from Afula. In at least two incidents passengers were wounded by stones and broken panes.

 

In a separate incident, an 18-year-old Palestinian from Ras al-Amud complained to police that he was attacked Sunday night by three Jewish youths on Moshe Dayan Street in the Pisgat Ze'ev area, near route 20.

 

Magen David Adom treated him and took him to Shaare Zedek, where he is suffering from wounds to his stomach and foot. Jerusalem District Police opened an investigation, but no suspects have been arrested.

 

Tensions in Jerusalem are spiking, mostly over Palestinian claims that the Israeli government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants to change the status quo at a sensitive holy site in the city by allowing Jews to pray there.

 

Netanyahu has repeatedly denied the claims but some members of his right-wing coalition favor letting the prayers go forward.

 

Known to Jews as the Temple Mount, and Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, the site is the third holiest in Islam and the holiest in Judaism.

 

In recent months, 11 people have been killed in attacks by Palestinian assailants -- most in Jerusalem, but also in Tel Aviv and the West Bank. A rash of nationalistic attacks in the past few weeks have accompanied the terrorism. There were reports of vandalism, arson, and threats. Four Jewish girls from a settlement were accused of assaulting Arabs in Jerusalem with pepper spray.   

 

On Sunday a West Bank Palestinian home was torched by unidentified assailants, the latest in a series of attacks on property in the area. The walls of the home were daubed with racist slogans written in Hebrew. No one was injured in the attack, and Israeli authorities say they are investigating.

 

 

 

Two Jewish men stabbed in Jerusalem’s Old City

http://www.timesofisrael.com/jewish-man-stabbed-in-jerusalems-old-city/

Yeshiva students in moderate, light condition; police arrest three as they search for group of Arab youths after apparent fight

  November 24, 2014, 6:54 pm 

 

 

Police escort an Arab youth suspected of stabbing a Jewish man in Jerusalem's Old City on November 24, 2014 (photo credit: Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

 

Two yeshiva students were stabbed Monday night in Jerusalem’s Old City.

According to reports, the stabbings occurred during a fight between the students and local Arab youths.

A 45-year-old man was stabbed in his abdomen, and was evacuated to Shaare Zedek Hospital in moderate condition.

The other victim, 32 years of age, suffered from a shallow knife wound in the neck and had his arm broken. He was also in Shaare Zedek, where doctors said he was lightly injured.

The students, from the Shuvu Banim yeshiva, claimed they were set upon by a group of Arab youths as they left their study hall.

They reached the Kishle police station in the Armenian Quarter, and were taken to the hospital from there.

Police have made three arrests.

Security forces were searching the area.

A Jewish man who was stabbed in Jerusalem’s Old City is seen (face blurred) sitting in an ambulance on Monday, November 24, 2014 (photo credit: Yoanatn Sindel/Flash90)

Tensions in Jerusalem have been spiking in recent months, mostly over Palestinian claims that the Israeli government wants to change the status quo at the Temple Mount by allowing Jews to pray there.

Netanyahu has repeatedly denied the claims but some members of his right-wing coalition favor letting the prayers go forward.

In recent months, 11 people have been killed in attacks by Palestinian terrorists — mostly in Jerusalem.

Police on Monday were looking into reports of an attack by three young Israelis on a Palestinian youth in Jerusalem, and an assault by Arab youths on a Jewish Egged bus driver in Megiddo.

 

    

Palestijnse leiders in hun eigen woorden

 

Palestijnse leiders vertellen in het Arabisch aan hun eigen achterban hoe ze over Israel en Joden denken. Dezelfde leiders worden weleens in Westerse media geciteerd en klinken dan (relatief) gematigd. Hier zien we wat ze hun eigen volk vertellen. Stel je voor dat Netanyahu in het Ivriet in dergelijke bewoordingen over de Palestijnen zou spreken. Dat zou de voorpagina’s van de landelijke kranten halen en de tv journaals. Nu het Palestijnse leiders zijn, kijkt er blijkbaar niemand van op, maar stellen Europese leiders wel voor om Palestina onvoorwaardelijk te erkennen en blijven de mantra herhalen dat de nederzettingen het Enige en Grootste Obstakel zijn voor vrede.

 

RP

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In Their Own Words: Quotes by Palestinian Leaders

http://www.idfblog.com/blog/2014/11/24/words-quotes-palestinian-leaders/

Published on: November 24, 2014

 

In the west, the leaders of terrorist organizations speak moderately and responsibly in their speeches. But in the middle-east, when speaking to their people and their allies, they do not hesitate to deny the existence of the State of Israel and to call for Jihad, battles, and suicide attacks.

 

Members of terrorist organizations have not hesitated to bless the perpetrators of recent attacks such as stabbings and car rammings. They also praised the kidnapping and murder of three young Israelis in the summer of 2014.

 

Below is a collection of quotes by Palestinian leaders that will make you think twice about their true intentions.

 

 

    


Joods terreurslachtoffer ontmoet Arabische redder

http://israeltoday.nl/headlines/9-nederlands/4978-joods-terreurslachtoffer-ontmoet-arabische-redder

Woensdag, 12 November 2014 17:40

 

Moshe German verloor begin deze week bijna zijn leven, toen relschoppers zijn auto aanvielen bij de afrit naar de Arabische stad Taybeh. Een dappere en goedhartige inwoner, Majdi Baloum, kon met moeite een tragedie voorkomen..

 Archieffoto.

 

Een dag na de aanval, waarbij de aanvallers de auto van German in brand staken, organiseerde de Israëlische krant Yediot Achronot een ontmoeting van slachtoffer en redder.

In Taybeh, niet ver van de plaats waar hij bijna was gelyncht, vertelde German aan Baloum:
'U begrijpt niet hoe schokkend dit is. Ik werd bijna vermoord toen ik gisteren op dezelfde weg reed. ... Ik dacht aan mijn vrouw ... mijn zonen ... Ik dacht dat mijn gezin mij zou verliezen. Ik probeerde me te verbergen ... maar de menigte bleef me aanvallen, en op dat moment kwam u naar me toe en schreeuwde 'kom, kom!' ... U hebt me gered. Ik vond het moeilijk om te begrijpen wat er gebeurde, maar ik realiseerde me dat u vreesde voor mijn leven. ... Begreep u dat u mijn leven hebt gered? '

Baloum reageerde door German te troosten. 'Wees gerust, vriend. U en ik zijn hetzelfde. Zou u niet hetzelfde doen als ik in gevaar ben? vroeg hij.

Baloum, 37 jaar en vader van vijf kinderen, gaf zijn eigen verslag over de verschrikkelijke gebeurtenissen van die dag:
'Ik zag een groot aantal jongeren bij elkaar komen, vuurwerk afschieten en gooien met betonblokken en stenen. ... Velen hadden hun gezichten bedekt en ik besefte dat er iets ergs stond te gebeuren.
Toen ik zag dat ze uw auto [aanvielen], wist ik dat u weinig hoop op overleven had, en dat u moest worden gered, en snel. Ik reed in mijn jeep snel in uw richting en zag dat u in de auto opgesloten zat. Er was geen tijd te verliezen. Ik opende de deur en schreeuwde dat u eruit moest komen. Ik herinner me dat uw gezicht en handen met bloed waren bedekt.'
'Ik ben blij dat ik u kon redden en terugbrengen naar uw gezin,'
verzekerde Baloum zijn nieuwe vriend, en vervolgde dat hij 'zou willen dat er al een eind kwam aan het geweld [tussen Arabieren en Joden].'

Israel Today staf.

 

    

Fatah verzekert Palestijnen dat president Abbas achter terreuraanslagen staat

 

Er is blijkbaar brede steun onder de Palestijnen voor de recente terreuraanslagen, waaronder die in een synagoge in West-Jeruzalem waarbij 5 mensen werden vermoord.

Fatah-woordvoerders benadrukken (op Arabisch-talige websites) dat ook hun president Abbas achter de aanslag staat, maar deze om diplomatieke redenen moest veroordelen. Daar waren veel mensen kwaad over.

 

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Fatah official assures Palestinians that Abbas' condemnation was a scam, everyone supports killing rabbis

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.nl/2014/11/fatah-official-assures-palestinians.html

 

Najat Abu-Bakr

In response to the widespread Palestinian Arab anger at Mahmoud Abbas' reported "condemnation" of the terror attack in Jerusalem this week (that he was pressured to issue by the US), a Fatah official has assured her people that he doesn't really mean it.

From Qudsnet, November 19:

 

Fatah: President Abbas's Statements on the Jerusalem Operation for Diplomatic Purposes

The Palestine National Liberation Organization, Fatah, has justified Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas's statements in which he condemned the operation in Jerusalem yesterday. The organization considered these statements to be political diplomacy, according to a statement by Najat Abu-Bakr, deputy for Fatah in the Palestinian Legislative Council [PLC].

Abu-Bakr expressed her belief that President Abbas's behaviour under such conditions is the height of diplomacy because he is required to make statements like everyone else. He is responsible for the entire Palestinian people. She pointed out that the public diplomatic front does not accept bloody statements, but ones that are extremely balanced and well-thought out.

In an interview with Al-Quds radio today, Wednesday [19 November], Abu-Bakr said: "The Palestinian president is forced to speak this way before the world. These statements are responsible for the plight of the Palestinian people." She noted that the objective behind these statements is to light up all the diplomatic signs for the world to wake up to the importance of the Palestinian cause, which the settlers have encroached on through their practices against the Palestinians.

Five Israelis were killed yesterday morning, Tuesday [18 November], and others were injured in an operation of shooting and stabbing with cleavers against extremist Jews in a synagogue on the so-called Agassi Street in the western part of occupied Jerusalem. Two Palestinians were also martyred; they were the two who carried out the attack according to reports by Israeli media sources.

Deputy Abu-Bakr clarified that President Abbas is giving the world more time to resolve the Palestinian cause, which is now going through a state of push and shove, while the scale of confrontation with the occupation is increasing. She noted that President Abbas's statements contain a clear message addressed to those who are aspiring to make Jerusalem a city for the Jews only, that there are forces that will not show any mercy towards the settlers.

She indicated that Israel is currently using a Talmudic policy based on destruction, killing, and saturating the Palestinians with even more death, particularly since the settlers in the West Bank possess 60,000 pieces of weaponry. Yesterday, they had a similar amount added to the weapons they already have, which is a dangerous indicator. Abu-Bakr considered the Israeli victims to be extremist settlers who are storming Al-Aqsa.

Abu-Bakr clarified that the Palestinians today are facing a battle that is spearheaded by the extremists in Israel consisting of rabbis. This situation compels us to always remember that the real base for action is the West Bank, which Israel is desecrating on a daily basis with its crimes.

 

So all of the news articles that claimed that Abbas condemned the attack were missing most of the story -  something they should have known had they looked at the actual words in the statement he released.

And we also can see that the Palestinian Arab leadership is who is turning this into a religious war, essentially saying that rabbis are legitimate targets.

Abu Bakr just justified the synagogue murders in the name of Fatah and the Palestinian Legislative Council - which is part of the PA government.

(Translation by BBC Monitoring via Asher)

 

    


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