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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Pallywood in Jerusalem

Pallywood came to Jerusalem on Friday. 'Palestinians' set up an ambush, complete with photographers, for David Be'eri, the director of Elad, which advocates for Jewish families to live throughout Jerusalem. Here's the 'news story' about Friday's incident.
Two Arab children from the Silwan neighborhood of Jerusalem were injured after they were hit by a car driven by Elad director David Be’eri. Be’eri, head of a group that advocates for Jewish families to live in the predominantly Arab neighborhood, claimed that the youths were throwing rocks at his car and he hit them accidentally in an attempt to flee from the area.

“His car was surrounded with tens of people with rocks,” Elad spokesman Udi Ragones told The Jerusalem Post. “When they started throwing them, and he hit them when he tried to flee from the area. It seems that they were lying in wait and the ambush was planned with rocks, it may have even been a lynch situation. He felt his life was in danger.”
Well, it was a 'lynch situation' and the kids weren't throwing rocks. But there weren't 'tens' of them unless you count the photographers.

Let's go to the videotape.

An Al-Jazeera video clip and AFP photos from the incident show just four youths with rocks surrounding Be’eri’s car, and then two youths getting hit. One was lightly injured, and one was in moderate condition. Both were evacuated to Moqassed Hospital in the area.

Be’eri lives in the area and was on his way home with his son at the time of the incident, Ragones said. Be’eri was taken by the police for an investigation, and later released on bail. An investigation is ongoing, lead by an examiner with the police’s traffic division. Police are using photos from the incident in their investigation.
But over at the Jawa Report (Hat Tip: Shy Guy), DMartyr posts video from Fox News and points out some things worth noting.
The mainstream media would like you to believe these kids were throwing pebbles and, at worst, were only going to scratch the car. That they were the victims, not the driver.

Watch the video again, but this time take special note at the end when the adults are physically forcing the boy into a waiting vehicle:
Let's go to the videotape.


So why is this kid fighting so hard to stay at the scene? The obvious answer is that he isn't hurt that badly (or doesn't think he is hurt) and wants to stay for more stoning fun.

But my conspiratorial mind came up with another theory.

We all know Palestinians love death more than they love their children. But even more than death, they love good propaganda to use against Israel. Now that the video clip above has made world headlines, this kid is suddenly worth more, propaganda-wise, dead than alive.
Read the whole thing.

Note that the driver has no place to go. He can't go backward because of the car behind him. He tries to go up on the sidewalk and the stone throwers corner him. Note also as he drives away that his back window has been blown out by rocks. He had his own kid in the car with him.

What would you do? I would have panicked and hit the brakes and probably have gotten killed - which is why I try not to drive in places where this could happen to me. But that's exactly what the 'Palestinians' are hoping for, isn't it?


At 7:30 AM, Blogger NormanF said...


And Carl - they're willing to sacrifice their children to kill yours.

That's exactly why we won't see peace happen between the Palestinians and the Jews in our lifetime.

At 7:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

What would I do?

What I would hope to have the chance to do is to first run over the photographers.

Then I would shift into reverse and make sure I completed the job.

Then I would run over the Palimals (© 2010 Shy Guy - all rights reserved).

This morning, the government Israel news did a lynch on Mr. Be'eri, having mostly pity for the boor balestinians.

Israel's "Tishkoret" (lying media) are not stupid Jews. They are the enemy.

Knit, Madam Defarge, knit.

At 2:55 PM, Blogger Broomer said...

Unless the Israeli Government demands that all the videos and photos be released and the photographers identified and deported, this could turn to Intifada III.

At 7:03 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

I have to admit, I have thrown snowballs at passing cars for fun. I always aimed for the windshield and had an escape route. What the hell are these kids doing throwing rocks at cars, from within traffic? We always did it from the side of the road then ran off into the woods. My guess is, somebody did put them up to it. Why throw while standing in traffic? How did these photographers get such great shots of these children getting hit by a car? It was more than likely staged. I agree with this assessment. It was a photo op. Why would the media be following these clowns around Jerusalem? Is there a popular street to stone passing cars?


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