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Sunday, June 15, 2014

No, it wasn't 'activists' who told 'Palestinians' to destroy CCTV footage of the kidnapping - it was the official Fatah Facebook page

There have been a lot of stories in the media about Hamas or Hamas and Fatah 'activists' encouraging shopkeepers in the Hebron area - from which the three boys were kidnapped - to destroy their CCTV footage from their security cameras to obstruct the search for the boys. This story from JPost is typical.
Fatah and Hamas activists called on Palestinian shopkeepers and businessmen in Hebron to destroy any CCTV footage that could be used by the IDF to locate the three missing yeshiva students.

They posted their call on social media networking, especially Facebook and Twitter, after IDF soldiers reportedly confiscated some security cameras from a number of businesses and homes in Hebron as part of the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of the students.

Eyewitnesses said Fatah activists in Hebron confiscated some security cameras to prevent the IDF from laying its hands on them.
But the story is hiding the truth. The picture at the top of this page is from the official 'Palestinian Authority' Facebook page. It was posted on Friday afternoon, and as you can see, it is plainly calling on shopkeepers to destroy their CCTV footage so as not to help the IDF in its search.

That's right, our supposed 'peace partner' whom the 'international community' wants us to give a 'state' alongside us is calling to obstruct the search for three teenage boys.

It's long past time to start practicing defenestration on the Fatah elite, starting with Abu Bluff and his buddy Saeb.

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