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Monday, March 10, 2008

Police won't release terrorist's body?

The police are refusing to release the body of 'Palestinian' terrorist Alaa Abu D'heim, who murdered eight Jewish boys and wounded nine others at Yeshivat Merkaz HaRav on Thursday night. Normally, that would be good news. But this time, they're doing the right thing for the wrong reasons.
According to the report, Police said they would only release the body if the family promises to hold a "humble" funeral with few participants.

The body was due to be released on Sunday, but the police withdrew, arguing that there were too many mourners gathered at the family home, which was a violation of an earlier agreement with the family.

On Sunday afternoon, Prime Minister Ehud Olmert held consultations with officials regarding the mourning tent erected at the home of the family of the terrorist.

The legal status of the terrorist's burial was also being discussed.

The prime minister issued instructions to look into the possibility of tearing down the tent, calling it an illegal structure, Israel Radio reported.
The terrorist ought to be buried wrapped in pigskins in an unmarked grave. No funerals. And by the way, if the family's home was razed, why do they still have a home at which to set up mourning tents?

The small bits of good news here are that the National Insurance Institute is not going to pay 'death benefits' to the terrorist's family (until a few years ago they did) and that the family was forced to take down the Hamas and Hezbullah flags around the home.

But are we crazy or what? Why is the government even negotiating with these 'people'? Tear down the tent, arrest anyone who objects, and bury the terrorist murderer in pigskins in an unmarked grave, never to be returned!


At 5:11 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

Well said. As most of things you say are right. Excellent blog altogether.

Sad fact is that opinions that you hold (and i support as well) are not reaching public as they should.

p.s. I am reading your blog through Google Reader so i am not accustomed to leave comments. Hope that will change.
Shalom vebitachon!

At 5:28 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Carl - according to Arutz Sheva - Hamas now has a foothold in the very center of the country - Jerusalem. And judging from the actions of Israel's government in the aftermath of the Mercaz HaRav Massacre, its still in denial. The enemy is no longer confined to Gaza. It is everywhere. Even more incredible, is the fact the Israeli police prevented Jews from going to al Mukaber to dismantle the terrorist family's mourning tent. It would seem to underline reports in the Israeli media, naturally denied by Ehud Olmert, of a hudna having been agreed to between Israel and Hamas. The Israeli government's forbearance towards Hamas' activity in the nation's capital argues that such a deal exists even if no one is officially acknowledging one had been made in the last week.

At 2:41 AM, Blogger Conrad said...

Just to point out something different. The family may not have supported the murderer's move. However, to voice these concerns to anyone even slightly associated with Hamas means death. Not only death, but any critic of any of the policies (boy, that's using a term a loosely as possible!) body will be hanged upside down in Arafat square just identifiable enough to show everyone else that this is what the Hamas bastards do to people they consider traitors. The parents may have no choice in ANY action they take at this point. If they do not celebrate the horrific action of their offspring, they will be killed. If they do not fly the Hamassholes flags, they will be murdered by their so called "brothers in Islam". If they even go so far as to say that all they want is a humble funeral to keep peace with Israel, with whom they have a long and untroubled past (which is why their son was allowed so close to such a sensitive school), chances are they will not live to see the end of the week. I have a strange feeling that their house has not been raised because the Israeli officials know this too. Just a thought...


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