Thursday, 25 October 2012

Israeli Police Oppressing Jews to Appease Arabs.. Again!

This is very worrying and a disgraceful act by the so called 'Israeli Police' and the special forces who are beginning to spiral into traitorous ground as they are beginning to forget which side they are on.

The Israeli Police have arrested several men and women in the Jewish village of Shvut Rachel in Samaria (Shomron). It was reported that police officers came accompanied by members of the Yassam special forces.

Police make one arrest, then return a short time later for another, accompanying the arrests are brutal searches in the town, in front of Jewish children.

How can the police and special forces live with themselves, knowing they arrest Nationalist Jews loyal to the state of Israel simply to defend Aravim who would happily cut our throats the second they get the chance, this is insane.

Why do they need special forces to go after Jews?  There is no such thing as a Jewish terrorist, unless they convert to Islam or something.

I would have thought their time would be better spent doing something about the murderous Arabs in Gaza, who yesterday fired over 80 rockets into Israel, read our article: Code Red in Sderot

Mavet La Aravim!

Original News Source

Police have arrested several men and women in the quiet residential Jewish village of Shvut Rachel in Samaria (Shomron), residents report. Resident Meir Bartler told Arutz Sheva that police officers came accompanied by members of the Yassam special forces.

Police make one arrest, then return a short time later for another, he said. Accompanying the arrests are “brutal searches in the town, in front of children,” he added.

The town is home to Yaakov (Jack) Teitel, an American-Israeli man accused of nationalist crimes including the murder of two Arabs in 1997. Teitel’s wife Rivka was among those arrested recently. Also taken into custody was Harel Hatzroni, who was allegedly arrested so that he would testify.

Likud activists in the community sought help from Minister Yuli Edelstein (Likud). Edelstein accepted an invitation to the town and met with residents Monday  to hear their complaints.

Edelstein expressed support for Shvut Rachel. “These are obviously law-abiding people, [some are] even innocent children,” he said. “They must not be treated like crime gangs or like the Sicilian mafia.”

The minister told residents that he will do what he can to see that the incidents upsetting them are not repeated in the future.

Jewish Defence League UK

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