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Thursday, April 04, 2013

'Palestinian' prisoner death hoax kills two more 'Palestinians'

On Tuesday, a 'Palestinian' terrorist who was serving a life sentence in an Israeli prison died of esophageal cancer. Although this terrorist was a member of Hamas, the 'Palestinian Authority' immediately accused Israel of causing the terrorist's death, and has continued to do so even in the face of Israeli (with a 'Palestinian' forensic expert present) and 'Palestinian' autopsies that concluded that 63-year old Maissara Abu Hamdiyeh - a heavy smoker - died of esophageal cancer. On Wednesday, 4,500 more 'Palestinian' terrorists who are imprisoned in Israeli jails refused their lunches in protest, and 'Palestinians' took to the streets to support them. Two 'Palestinian' teenagers in the city of Tulkarm lost their lives in the ensuing riots.
Hamdiyeh was jailed in 2002 and given a life sentence for his role in attempting to bomb the Caffit restaurant in Jerusalem’s German Colony.
Hamdiyeh was hailed as a martyr and a hero, and violence immediately broke out in the West Bank Tuesday and continued Wednesday.
According to the IDF, Palestinians attacked a guard station near Tulkarm in the West Bank village of Anabda late Wednesday night and threw Molotov cocktails at it. Soldiers responded with live fire. The IDF confirmed both deaths.
The soldiers targeted by the firebombing felt their lives to be at risk before using live fire, a senior defense source told The Jerusalem Post.
The remains of seven Molotov cocktails were found at the scene.

According to Sarit Michaeli of B’Tselem three Palestinian teenagers had gone to attack the guard towers, and were able to get fairly close to it, when the IDF shot at them.
Amer Nassar, 17, was immediately identified as one of the victims, and his photograph was quickly circulated on Twitter and Facebook, along with a video of mourners marching his body through the streets.
A second teen was wounded, but the third teen was initially missing, according to Michael. His body was found only hours later near the guard tower, Michaeli said. She identified him as Nagi Biblisi, 18.
Hamdiyeh was also a bomb maker and taught others to make bombs. 

Let's go to the videotape.

Khaled Abu Toameh adds:
In a bid to prove to Palestinians that it is taking the issue seriously, the PA leadership has set up a ministry for prisoners affairs headed by Issa Qaraqi, who in the past few years has been waging a relentless campaign against Israel on the issue of the prisoners.
Qaraqi has consistently accused Israel of mistreating and torturing Palestinian prisoners.
He has also accused Israel of conducting experiments on some prisoners and denying them proper medical care, as well as stealing their organs.
When Palestinian prisoner Arafat Jaradat died in Israeli custody earlier this year, Qaraqi and other PA officials were quick to blame Israel.
They claimed that Jaradat died as a result of torture – a charge that has been strongly denied by Israel.
On Tuesday, following the death of prisoner Maissara Abu Hamdiyeh due to terminal cancer, Qaraqi and many PA officials again rushed to issue strong condemnations against Israel.
This time they claimed that Abu Hamdiyeh had been denied medical treatment – a claim that, again, has been rejected by Israel – and demanded a special commission of inquiry.
The strong attacks on Israel are primarily aimed at showing the Palestinian public that the PA leadership does care about the prisoners.
But these attacks are also intensifying tensions between Israel and the Palestinians and paving the way for violence.
By making serious allegations against Israel, the PA is further radicalizing Palestinians and even driving some of them into the open arms of Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
When and if the PA leadership decides to resume peace talks with Israel, Abbas and his representatives will be denounced by many enraged Palestinians as traitors and collaborators.
Under such circumstances, it’s hard to see how Abbas would be able to return to the negotiating table, even if Israel were to freeze construction in the settlements, because the Palestinians would demand that Abbas first fulfill his promise of seeking the release of all prisoners.
But then, 'negotiations' aren't really what Abu Bluff wants anyway, because 'negotiations' could awaken some in the 'international community to the fact that the 'Palestinians' will not settle with Israel on any terms.

What could go wrong?

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