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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Israel names the kidnappers

Israel on Thursday named the two 'Palestinians' responsible for the kidnapping of teenagers Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrach. They are Marwan Kawasmeh (29) and Amar Abu-Eisha (33). The father of Abu-Eisha, who has done time himself in Israeli jails for terrorism denies his son is involved but admits that his son has been missing since the night of the kidnapping.
Omar Abu-Eisha, the father of Amar, claimed Thursday night to AFP that his son was not involved - he added that he had seen no trace of Amar since the night of June 12, when the boys were abducted.

It should be noted that Omar himself has been arrested numerous times for security offenses according to the IDF, and Amar's brother was killed while committing a terror attack in 2005 against an IDF patrol.
Reenacting the night of the abduction, Omar told i24news "on Thursday, me and my son went to a wedding at 8 p.m. It was a wedding of a cousin."
"Around 10 p.m., I asked 'where's Amar,' and they told me he went home. Then we went to sleep. On Friday morning, it was impossible to find him...we don't know what happened to him," stated Omar.
It should be noted that a motorist saw Eyal Yifrah (19), Naftali Frenkel (16) and Gilad Sha'ar (16) at a hitchhiking stop at 10:05 p.m. that night, and at 10:25 p.m. police received an emergency call from one of the teens whispering "we've been abducted! We are being kidnapped." The call was ignored by police who thought it was a prank call, a move that has raised a public outcry.
Given the two reported times, Amar has been missing since before the time of the kidnapping, which occurred just after 10 p.m.
Nevertheless, Omar insisted "the story of the abduction isn't logical. I don't believe all that."
"Whether he was arrested by soldiers or became a tortured martyr, it's the fault of the Israelis in any case. Now it's in G-d's hands, I can only pray in the meantime," said the terrorist's father.
Here's Prime Minister Netanyahu responding to the announcement.

Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: Debbie R).

I'll bet 'Omar' knows a lot more than he's saying. Why is he talking to AFP instead of to a Shabak interrogator?

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