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Sunday, October 28, 2007

Three British ISM tools caught destroying grape vines

The 'Palestinians' are constantly complaining that the 'settlers' destroy their olive harvest. As a result, the olive harvest, which is going on now, has become an event in which hundreds of 'peace activists' participate. While they're at it, they destroy as much Jewish property as they can.

Overnight between Thursday and Friday a 'mysterious' fire destroyed a synagogue for the third time in the Samarian town of Dolev. Shortly after the synagogue fire was discovered, revenants discovered that some 3000 grapevines in a nearby vineyard were destroyed. Then the Jews saw Arabs and 'internationals' running towards an additional plot of Jewish agricultural land. They called in the IDF.
The group fled, but three female activists from the United Kingdom were slower and were caught by police.


Residents say the vandalism occurred under cover of the much-publicized PA Arab olive harvest. Local Arabs, joined by leftists – many foreign nationals – focus their harvest activities on trees abutting Jewish communities. This year, the IDF has been tasked with ensuring that Jewish residents do not leave their communities while the harvest activities are going on, citing fears of clashes. Two administrative orders have distanced two Jewish residents from all of Judea and Samaria for the duration of the harvest.

Adi Mintz, an area resident and member of the Council of Jewish Communities in Judea and Samaria (Yesha) who is running for mayor of the region, said that the Yesha's Jewish residents have now received “a clear warning sign. Today it is synagogues and vineyards that are destroyed - tomorrow it will be the lives of human beings. The army must send in more forces to defend the residents of this area,” he said.

The owner of the destroyed vineyard, Shlomi Cohen, said the attack had caused NIS 60,000 of direct damage and would cost him an additional NIS 120,000 in lost produce. The damage was particularly severe because the attack took place during the shemittah (sabbatical) year, when Jews are forbidden to work the land.


The three British women who were apprehended by police are accused of responsibility for the destruction Friday. Police also have evidence, however, that the women were part of the group that destroyed farm equipment in the nearby town of Neria in an earlier incident as well.
The women were ISM tools just like their hero (may she rot in hell).

May they be expelled from the country real soon never to return.


At 7:21 PM, Blogger Whaty What? said...

Honest question: Do the settlers ever commit these acts of vandalism against the Palis, or is just partly a setup?

At 12:04 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...

Whaty what,

I cannot say "never" but more often than not it is a setup.


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