No blood, no bodies, no autopsies and no burials, sounds like a classic Pallywood operation to me, especially on the day it occurred, and the need to demonize the Jews for the ”failure” of the recent ”peace talk” attempt that John Kerry helped to instigate.
AL DURA SHOOTING: THE SEQUEL–AND THE NEXT PALESTINIAN HOAX?
Last week, “something” happened in a confrontation between masked and violent Palestinian youths and the IDF on the West Bank, a.k.a. Judea and Samaria.
The world is still talking about it and their voices are growing louder by the minute. Hanan Ashrawi, a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s executive committee, has condemned Israel’s “deliberate execution” of these boys and described it as a “crime against humanity.”
Ashrawi’s hysterical hyperbole never disappoints.
Today, both the United States and the United Nations have called for a “transparent probe” of the so-called Nakba Day shootings.
The IDF is conducting its own internal investigation. They have no indication that “live fire” was used by Israeli forces.
But, the same world which still cannot find the missing Malaysian plane or the captured Nigerian girls, can be diverted from their inevitable failure in the face of unsolved mysteries and evil.
Here is a new focus. The hoped-for scenario: Tarnish Israel’s name at precisely that moment when there is no possibility of a “peace” process and, when the Middle East is so unstable, so dangerous, that even the terrorists in Gaza and the Islamists on the West Bank are between a rock and a hard place in terms of possible alliances with other Muslim countries. (Thank you, Caroline Glick, for making this point crystal clear).
Let’s get the world up-in-arms against Israel, let’s have a replay of the most successful Blood Libel in the 21st century, that of Mohammed Al-Dura, the boy supposedly killed by the IDF at the Netzavim junction. The fact that Al-Dura’s death did not happen and that Israel did not kill him does not matter. The truth has no place in this propaganda war.