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Sunday, July 06, 2014

Jerusalem police confirm that Jews murdered Mohammed al-Khadr

Jerusalem police are confirming that they believe that Jews perpetrated the murder of 16-year old 'Palestinian' Mohammed al-Khadr. No, they weren't 'settlers' as the 'Palestinians' hoped. No, they weren't Haredim gone off track as the rumors circulating over the weekend were saying. They were apparently from La Familia, a racist group that roots for the Beitar Jerusalem soccer team. This is from the second link.
Police have arrested six suspects in the murder of 16-year-old Arab teen Mohammed Abu-Khder.
The suspects, among them several minors, are believed to be Jewish, appearing to back suggestions earlier today that police had made significant headway in their investigation, and that they were almost certain the motive was "nationalistic".
"Apparently the people arrested in relation to the case belong to an extremist Jewish group," an official told AFP, speaking on condition of anonymity.
"We have begun to put together the pieces of the puzzle, and 70-80% of the background information indicates [the crime is] nationalistic," a police source claiming to be part of the central investigation told Walla News.
"But research has failed to understand what happened during critical moments," he added, referring to the two-hour window between the boy's alleged abduction in Shuafat and his body being found in the Jerusalem Forest. 
Almost immediately prior to the arrests, a police source told Channel 2 that arrests in the case were "imminent" and could be carried out later in the day.
If this turns out to be true, it's despicable. Absolutely despicable.

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At 6:06 PM, Blogger InMemoryOf Yossi said...

I can't believe it, and I won't believe it.

If it is true chas v'shalom, I would venture to say that it will come out that they are not halachically Jewish.

This is not our way.

At 10:18 PM, Blogger wkovacs said...

futbol is the devil

G-d's sport is baseball....amen


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