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Thursday, April 03, 2008

Shalhevet Techiya Pas HY"D (may God avenge her blood)

On March 26, 2001, corresponding to the 2nd day of the Jewish month of Nissan 5761 (the anniversary date of which is this coming Monday), 10-month old Shalhevet Techiya Pas HY"D (may God avenge her blood) (pictured in the hospital shortly after she was shot - top left) was murdered by a 'Palestinian' sniper from the Abu Sneineh hills in Hebron as she sat in her stroller outside the Avraham Avinu House in Hebron. That's right: A 'Palestinian' sniper targeted a 10-month old child in a stroller. And that's not me saying so - it's what the investigators said afterwards.

The Abu Sneineh hills were turned over to Yasser Arafat's 'Palestinian Authority' under the Why Why Wye Agreement of 1998, which was signed under pressure from US President Bill Clinton (and yes, that one was Clinton's fault - Netanyahu did not want to sign it). The bullet that killed Shalhevet then hit the leg of her father, Yitzchak Pas, who was pushing the stroller. The murder of Shalhevet Pass, which came relatively early in the Al-Aqsa Intifada, produced vocal outrage in Israel and abroad.

This is a VERY difficult video to watch (keep tissues handy). But it's important that you all understand what Jews in Israel (and in Hebron in particular) are up against.

Hat Tip: NY Nana


At 9:01 PM, Blogger Soccer Dad said...

In 1996, Eli Horowitz hy"d spoke to a group in Baltimore, and said that he could accept a withdrawal from Chevron as long as Israel held onto the hill.

However I don't think it was Wye when Israel abandoned the hills, it was the "Hebron Accord" of Jan 1997.

At 4:33 AM, Blogger Lois Koenig said...


This is one hat tip I wish that I never had to get.

Shalhevet Pas HY"D was targeted and murdered in cold blood. She died in the arms of her father, Izik Pas, who has been treated by the Government of Israel in a manner that defies description.

I will never for get her. My oldest granddaughter was born on May 8,2000. They were nearly the same age, but Shalhevet Pas was not given the chance to live.


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