Saturday, March 9, 2013

Brutal Jewish attacks on Arabs within Israel: Gang beatings on innocent Arab citizens while onlookers do nothing (And God takes note)

In March of last year a group of Beitar Jerusalem fans attacked Arab janitors in the Malcha Mall. It happened after a soccer game in the nearby Teddy Stadium. Last summer a group of teenagers nearly lynched an Arab youngster in Jerusalem's Zion Square. Since then we have witnessed a series of incidents in which young Jews brutally assaulted Arabs in a manner that is characteristic of societies in the process of dissolution.

Just recently an Arab woman was attacked at a Jerusalem Light Rail station by Jewish teenage girls. In the same week an Arab worker at a fast food restaurant in north Tel Aviv was attacked and said none of the patrons came to his help. An Arab who works for the Tel Aviv Municipality was also attacked recently.,7340,L-4354158,00.html

Most curious part of the article:

"The State of Israel is a state that is obligated to a sacred legacy, according to which we are forbidden from doing to others what the bitter enemies of the Jewish nation did to our families. This means we will not attack innocent people just because we have the power to do so. We will not humiliate them or abuse them."

I suppose those in Gaza will have time to read this consoling anecdote once they're finished picking up the body parts and brains of their children scattered from Israeli bombs and snipers' bullets.

One again, God takes note.