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Monday, September 02, 2013

'Palestinians' campaigning to free Baby Adele's attackers

I trust that many of you - if not most - still remember Baby Adele, the three-year old who was nearly killed when her mother's car was stoned. In London on Friday, there was a demonstration (pictured above) demanding freedom for the terrorists who attacked Baby Adele's mother's car (Hat Tip: I Acknowledge Anti-Semitism Poses as Palestinian "Human Rights" Activism).
In a large scale rally in London last Friday, protesters called for the release of the “the Hares boys,” as they are now known. The five youths are from the village of Hares in Samaria, near Ariel. The central message in rally was that the youths are being held “for no reason,” because of “an accident they had nothing to do with.”
Meanwhile, Adele's father Rafi has gone of a trip to Ukraine, where he prayed for his daughter's recovery next to the tomb of the Baal Shem Tov, founder the hassidic movement, at Mezibuz. Adelle was named after the daughter of the Baal Shem Tov.
"We pray that the new year will bring with it new beginnings as well, and we are heartened by the small improvements in Adelle's condition,” Rafi said. The toddler is now being allowed to go home from the hospital on Sabbaths and is showing growing alertness, he said.
Young members of the Chabad-Lubavitch hassidic sect have been accompanying Rafi Biton ever since the terror attack.
“In the difficult days of the hospitalization,” he recalls, “we issued a kind of special plea to the Baal Shem Tov. We spoke to the Chabad emissary at Mezibuz in a conference telephone call and asked that the Baal Shem Tov recommend Adelle in the heavens. This was when there was a serious downturn in her condition.”
 I'm sure these five youths are heroes to the 'Palestinians.' And that's exactly the problem.



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