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Sunday, January 29, 2012

'Palestinians' form civil guard units to defend mosques

The 'Palestinians' have formed civil guard units to defend mosques against attacks allegedly carried out by revenants. The IDF is concerned that the units could be a cause of violence.
The civil guard units consist of men who rotate shifts throughout the night to protect mosques and homes inside the villages from so-called “price tag” attacks by settlers and right-wing extremists.


The IDF Central Command recently held a number of surprise inspections of the civil guard units and discovered that the villagers were unarmed and that there were no grounds to dismantle the units. The units have been established in dozens of villages.

“These are people who are simply trying to protect their homes,” a senior IDF officer said. “Our concern is what happens if a group of Jews enter the village and are caught by the units.”

The IDF believes that most of the price-tag attacks are carried out by just a few dozen youth, who mainly come from outposts and settlements in northern Samaria.

In addition to concern that perpetrators of an attack will be caught by the civil guard units and then beaten or murdered, there are also fears that an attack will spark a new wave of Palestinian violence throughout the West Bank. The IDF is on high alert in the West Bank due to intelligence that Palestinian terrorists are plotting to kidnap a soldier or settler, murder him and then use the body as a bargaining chip to negotiate for the release of Palestinians in Israeli jails.
Because we all know that if the 'Palestinians' catch a price tag attacker, they won't just call the police.... But what if the price tag attacker is a 'Palestinian'? Hmmmm.

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