Neo-Nazi Settler Wedding Guests Celebrate the Murder of Dead Baby Ali Dawabshe by Stabbing His Picture

Neo-Nazi Settler Wedding Guests Celebrate the Murder of Dead Baby Ali Dawabshe by Stabbing His Picture

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Chickens Come Home to Roost for the Zionist State

Following the release of a video clip, almost certainly leaked by Israel’s
Shin Bet Internal Security Police, showing wedding guests at a far-right settler wedding
party celebrating the firebombing and murder of 3 members of the Dawabshe
family (the sole survivor 4 year old Ahmed is still in hospital)
including the stabbing of a picture of the dead baby Ali, there has been an orgy
of hypocrisy by Zionist  politicians.

 

Leader of the far-right Jewish Home Party Naftali Bennett has been
outspoken in his condemnation of the wedding party.  This is the man who has previously taken pleasure in killing Arabs.
Screenshot of a video showing extremist Israeli Jewish wedding-goers celebrating the killings of the Dawabsha family. (screen capture: Channel 10)
At a Cabinet meeting he had an exchange with National Security Adviser Ya’akov Amidror about a prisoner release.  Bennett had a simple solution:
Bennett: “If you catch terrorists, you have to simply kill them.”
Amidror: “Listen, that’s not legal.”
Bennett: “I’ve killed lots of Arabs in my life – and there’s no problem with that.”
Education Minister Bennett waxed lyrical.  He ‘doubled down on his criticism of figures in the religious Zionist community
for their condemnation of the Shin Bet, calling them hypocrites.’  

The even further right MK Bezalel ‘Beelzeebub’ Smotrich spoke of an “evil price tag ideology,” days after he had
criticised those who call settler attacks against Palestinians terrorist.
Even Uri Ariel a far-right supporter of transfer had
the audacity to say that “The clip published by Channel 10 news this evening is
shocking and one cannot allow the activity of radical groups fueled by hate,” 
This is the same Uri Ariel who has previously
condemned those who called the neo-Nazi “hill top
youth” “terrorists” and who had been responsible for the invasion by settler thugs of Al Aqsa Mosque.  Such
is his devotion to the settler movement that in January 2012, Ariel admitted to
giving IDF troop movement information to such militants in order to facilitate
disruption of army activities.  
The hypocritical Zionist
‘left’ has waxed lyrical in its condemnation. 
Isaac Herzog, leader of the Labour Party, termed
the wedding guests “maniacs.”.  One
wonders who armed these maniacs and allowed them to operate unhindered in the
settlements.  Tzipi
Livni,  the former Foreign Minister
railed that “this is the group that wants to destroy the Jewish Israel, to
destroy this state from within, to destroy the government from within and sow
hate.”

This
couldn’t be the same Tzipi Livni who was responsible for Operation Cast Lead in
which some 1,400 civilians were killed. 
When Operation Protective Edge, which killed 2,200 Palestinians, including 550 children, was in full swing a popular chant amongst the Nationalist Right was ”There’s No School Tomorrow, There’s No Children Left in Gaza!’.  There was no condemnation of this or other outbursts of hatred against Palestinians or indeed that tiny minority of Israelis who took to the streets to protest against the war.
Chief
of the racists and hate merchants, he of ‘the Arabs are voting in droves’,
Benjamin Netanyahu ‘strongly condemned the “shocking images” in the
wedding video.  
The
context for the release of this video clip, whose date is unknown, is the
arrest of 4 of the suspected arsonists who set fire to the Dawabshe’s
home.  Shin Bet and the Israeli government
has been under immense pressure to find the culprits.  The Israeli Police don’t do forensics and investigations.  As in the case of Palestinians they simply
use torture to extract confessions.  What has been new in this
case is that the Jewish youth believed responsible for the arson have also been
tortured.
This
has produced a canpaign by the Jewish Right against the torture of the Jewish youth
involved.  Note that these hypocrites
have no objection to torture per se, they have no problem with torturing Palestinians but they do object to such methods
being used against the flower of the Zionist settler youth.  It
is settled policy of the government and the courts that Shin Bet are allowed to
use ‘moderate physical pressure’ i.e. torture against Palestinian detainees.  What is new is its use against Jews.  
Naftali 
Bennett was quite explicit in this respect when he said that ‘“What was
done to the Duma detainees is for certain not more, and probably less, than
what is done regularly to Palestinian terror suspects,”
he said.
There are not many Western countries, bearing in mind Israel’s claim to be ‘the only democracy in the Middle East’ whose government ministers openly admit to the use of torture.
We
should reject this hypocrisy.  The neo-Nazi
settler youth are the product of the settler movement.  Both the Zionist right and left has supported and continues to support the settlers.  The killers of baby Ali Dawabshe and his
parents learnt their trade in a settlement movement which has demonised the Palestinians
for the past 47 years.  In order to justify the colonisation of Palestinian land, they had to dehumanise the Palestinians.  The racism of the
settler wedding guests is not new.  They
learned it as part of their education. 
In a state founded and based on racism it is inevitable that there will
be some who will take what they have learnt to its logical conclusion.
But
the real objection to the settler wedding guests and the ‘hilltop youth’ (the
ultra-racist Kahanists) is that some of them reject the Israeli state per
se.  They want a Jewish theocracy, a
halachic state.  This is the primary
reason why there has now erupted a clash between the state and its Jewish terrorists.
Tony
Greenstein 

Clip shows far-right wedding-goers celebrating Duma killings

Israeli youngsters, said to be friends of detainees in
deadly firebombing, stab photo of 18-month-old victim; wave firebombs, rifles
and knives at Jerusalem event
By Times of Israel staff December 23, 2015
Screenshot of a video
showing extremist Israeli Jewish wedding-goers celebrating the killings of the
Dawabsha family. (screen capture: Channel 10)

Footage
released on Wednesday showed dozens of young Israeli right-wing extremists,
said to be linked to the suspected perpetrators of the Dawabsha family murder,
celebrating the killing at a wedding last week. The images in the clip
immediately sparked wide condemnation.
The
video, aired by Channel 10, shows revelers at the Jerusalem celebration waving
knives, rifles, pistols and a Molotov cocktail during the wedding.
Amid
the festivities, a photo of baby Ali Dawabsha, who was burned to death in the July
31 firebombing in the West Bank village of Duma, is shown being repeatedly
stabbed.
The
crowd in the video chants the lyrics of a song which include a verse from
Judges 16:28, quoting Samson, blinded in Gaza, saying “let me with one blow get
revenge on the Philistines for my two eyes”
— but changing the word Philistines
to Palestine.
The
couple whose wedding was being celebrated was said to be friends of Jewish
extremists detained in connection with the firebombing attack.
The
attack in Duma on July 31 killed three members of a Palestinian family. Only
one member of the Dawabsha family — Ahmed, now 5 — survived the attack, and
remains hospitalized in Israel. The 18-month-old baby Ali was killed on the
night of the attack, while parents Riham and Saad succumbed to their injuries
in the succeeding weeks.
Far-right Israeli wedding-goers stab a photo of 18-month-old Ali Dawabsha, killed in a deadly firebombing attack, allegedly by Jewish extremists, in July 2015 (screen capture: Channel 10)
According
to the TV report, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon broadcast the clip to settler
leaders a 
few days ago, to underline that dozens of young extremists are
passionately supportive of the alleged Jewish terrorists.
The
TV report said the footage was a factor in the stream of statements of support
from right-wing leaders for the Shin Bet security service in its battle against
Jewish terrorism in the last few days.
According
to Haaretz reporter Chaim Levinson on Twitter, the bride was arrested in the
past for carrying out an attack against Palestinians, along with the wife of
one of the main suspects in the Duma case. She received 350 hours of community
service for the crime.
The
video was met with harsh condemnation from across the political spectrum.
Minutes
after the clip was aired, Zionist Union MK and former foreign minister Tzipi
Livni got up before the Knesset and railed against the youngsters in the film,
saying “this is the group that wants to destroy the Jewish Israel, to destroy
this state from within, to destroy the government from within and sow hate.”

Far-right Israeli wedding-goers celebrate the killings of the Dawabsha family (screen capture: Channel 10)
Pointing
at Jewish Home MK Bezalel Smotrich, Livni said: “These are the people you
protest being interrogated by the Shin Bet.”
“My
Judaism is not the Judaism of those dancing on the blood of babies,”
she added
on Twitter.
Smotrich
condemned the “evil price tag ideology,” referring to right-wing attacks
against Palestinians, but attempted to disassociate himself from the
extremists, saying it “is not the way of religious Zionism, period.”

“The
demonic dance with the picture of the murdered baby represents a dangerous
ideology and the loss of humanity,”
he said, according the Israel National News
website.
Opposition
leader Isaac Herzog termed the revelers “maniacs.”

“Lowlifes,
you forgot what it is to be Jewish. You disgrace the kippah, the prayer shawl,
and the name of God. Those who dance at a wedding and celebrate the death of a
baby in his sleep are not Jews and not Israeli. They should be locked up as
soon as possible,”
he said in a tweet.
In
a statement, the Joint List of Arab parties said the Israeli government and
defense minister, “who let the settlers attack Palestinians without facing
punishment, are the first ones to blame for this terror network.”

The
party urged Israeli society to “wake up” and see that “the hatred and terror are
the inevitable result of military control and occupation of a civilian
population.”

A far-right Israeli wedding-goer celebrates the murder of the Dawabsha family (screen capture: Channel 10)
Agriculture
Minister Uri Ariel (Jewish Home), an outspoken supporter of the settlement
movement, condemned the participants at the wedding.
“The
clip published by Channel 10 news this evening is shocking and one cannot allow
the activity of radical groups fueled by hate,”
Ariel wrote on Facebook.
“Violence
and support of violence deserve only condemnation. This is not the path of
Zionism and this is not the path of the settlement movement,”
wrote Ariel, who
a day earlier had called for the Shin Bet to close down its division that deals
with Jewish terror cases.
The
video clip was also denounced by Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi David Lau, who said it
went against Jewish tradition. Other religious figures also spoke out against
it.
The
video comes as the Shin Bet has faced criticism from some right-wing activists
over claims that it has tortured suspects detained in connection with the Duma
attack.
An
unspecified number of Jewish suspects have been arrested in connection with the
attack, which is being investigated as an act of terrorism. Details of the
investigation, and the identity of the suspects, have been withheld from
publication by a court-imposed gag order.
Earlier
Wednesday, Education Minister Naftali Bennett doubled down on his criticism of
figures in the religious Zionist community for their condemnation of the Shin
Bet, calling them hypocrites.
Saad and Riham Dawabsha, with baby Ali. All three died when the Dawabsha home in the West Bank village of Duma was firebombed, by suspected Jewish extremists, on July 31, 2015 (Channel 2 screenshot)
Speaking
at a conference of the right-wing weekly B’sheva, the Jewish Home party leader
reiterated 
comments he made a day earlier denouncing right-wing extremists as
terrorists,” and said it was hypocritical to oppose interrogation methods
considered acceptable against Palestinians.
“What
was done to the Duma detainees is for certain not more, and probably less, than
what is done regularly to Palestinian terror suspects,”
he said.

See also Israeli Terror Suspect, Amiram Benoliel, Confesses to Dawabsheh Murder , Richard Silverstein

Israeli PM condemns video of Jewish extremists celebrating toddler’s death Guardian 24.12.15.

 

 

 

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