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Monday, May 16, 2011

Syrian 'naqba' protester arrested in Tel Aviv

So much for keeping all the Syrian 'naqba' protesters in Majdal Shams and then sending them back to Syria. At least one of them made it all the way to Tel Aviv.
The infiltrator, Hassan Hijazi, 28, was interviewed by Channel 10 news, and then gave himself up, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

Hijazi said he hitched a ride with "peace activists" from Majdal Shams. He told Channel 10 that the Lebanese terror organization Hezbollah pressured the Assad regime in Syria to allow the demonstration, and called for a military conquest of Israel by Arab armies.

"This isn't Israel, it's Palestine. This country must not be Jewish," he told Hebrew media, before being arrested by a policeman for illegal entry into Israel.

An additional two Syrians were arrested in Majdal Shams during house-to-house searches throughout the day on Monday, Rosenfeld said.

Earlier, a Syrian-Palestinian infiltrator who was a passenger in a taxi driven by a Palestinian man from east Jerusalem was arrested along with the driver.
So that's four we have caught. I wonder how much they managed to learn during their time in Israel. Too bad the 'peace activists' are unlikely to be caught.

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At 11:13 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

They should have dropped him off in Gaza and told him he could not come back. Then he could say he went to "palestine" I'm sure the Hamas would have given him a very warm welcome!!

At 12:26 AM, Blogger Ashan said...

The IDF has suffered yet again from bad intelligence prior to the onslaught on our sovereignty. We knew what was coming down the pike. Where was intelligence? Still listening to the thoroughly incompetent Ehud Barak? I'm surprised our troops weren't kitted out with paintball guns again. Barak needs to be thrown out fast and Yaalon brought in before it's too late.


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