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Monday, April 02, 2012

'Palestinian' Red Crescent employees, Olympic athlete, arrested for shooting attack on IDF soldiers

I'm just shocked to hear that several employees of the 'Palestinian' Red Crescent Society have been arrested in connection with a shooting attack on IDF soldiers near Ramallah in January. And a member of the 'Palestinian' Olympic soccer team (undoubtedly being financed by your taxes) has been arrested along with them.
It was disclosed, Monday, that a number of employees of the Red Crescent in Ramallah were arrested, in recent weeks, as a result of a joint operation by the IDF and the Shabak Israel Security Agency, for the January 20th shooting attack on an Israel Defense Forces unit in the Amari section of Ramallah. No injuries were reported in the attack but an IDF vehicle was damaged.

One of those arrested was a member of the Palestinian Authority's Olympic soccer team. They received Kalashnikov rifles for the attack from an officer in the Palestinian Authority's general intelligence service who is in charge of the Red Crescent's Guards.
And you still wonder why the IDF searches 'Palestinian' Red Crescent ambulances at checkpoints?

Hey guys - having Red Crescent employees carry out shooting attacks (even if they're shooting at soldiers) is a war crime, and probably qualifies as terrorism as well.


Here's more detail on this story.
Omar Abu Rwayyis, who plays in the position of goalkeeper for the Palestinian Olympic soccer team, was arrested by Israeli authorities Monday over his alleged involvement in shooting on IDF soldiers.

Rwayyis was arrested in a joint IDF-Shin Bet operation in the West Bank, following an incident in which Palestinian rioters fired on IDF troops in the Al-Amari refugee camp, near Ramallah in January.

No injuries or damage were reported in the incident.

Security forces said that the event, which took place on January 20, saw several Red Crescent employees, including Rwayyis, fire on Israeli soldiers using AK-47 assault rifles supplied by an officer of the Palestinian security forces, who served as their supervisor.

The ensuing investigation derived that the goalie carried out the attack with another accomplice. Twelve other suspects were detained in the case as well.
In America, being a sports hero is a path to business and political success. In Israel, being an army officer is a path to business and political success. In 'Palestine,' being a terrorist is the only path to business and political success.

What could go wrong?

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