Guardian mourns Eyad Sarraj, a Palestinian who once asked: Are Jews evil by nature?


What exactly does it take to disqualify a Palestinian from being canonized as a liberal human rights activist by the Guardian Left?  This question came to mind when reading a Guardian obituary for Eyad Sarraj, who died recently at Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem where he was being treated for cancer.  

obitThe obit was written by the Guardian’s former associate foreign editor Victoria Brittain, a Palestine Solidarity Campaign patron who recently penned a spirited defense at ‘Comment is Free’ of radical Islamist preacher (and suspected  al-Qaeda operative) Abu Qatada.

Brittain begins by acknowledging the personal nature of her relationship with Sarraj:

My friend and mentor Eyad Sarraj, who has died aged 69 after suffering from multiple myeloma, was not only Gaza’s first and most distinguished psychiatrist, but also a tireless chronicler of pain and resilience in that tiny, crowded territory under occupation and Israeli firepower.

Brittain then engages in a bit of historical white washing:

Eyad [Sarraj] was born in Palestine under the British mandate, in Bir al-Saba, which became Beersheva after the establishment of Israel…Returning to Gaza, he lived through the violence of the Israeli military against the youthful defiance of the first intifada in 1988, which left a new generation traumatised

Of course, the intifada Brittain alludes to – which raged between 1987 and 1993 – included hundreds of terror attacks by Palestinians using weapons such as Molotov cocktails, hand grenades and assault rifles.  Two hundred Israelis were killed, thousands injured, and countless more “traumatised” by such acts of “youthful defiance”.

Brittain adds the following:

In 1990, he founded the Gaza Community Mental Health Programme [GCMHP] and built a team of 40 specialists, many of them with the experience of Israeli prisons’ torture and forced collaborations. Every suffering family’s door was open to the GCMHP, which became a key part of Gaza’s ability to function against all the odds.

However, as head of GCMHP Sarraj cynically exploited his ‘expertise’ to “psychoanalyze” Israeli villainy, a record of demonizing rhetoric which included his allegation that “inside Israel there is an identification with the aggressor, the Nazi.”

Brittain then concludes her beatification:

He was a father figure in Gaza – foreign delegations always wanted to call on him, friends phoned him from around the world to get Gaza’s news, especially when it was bad. The texture of his life was in the assassinations, bombed homes, arrested fathers, attempted suicide bombings, and their consequences of trauma and dysfunction in GCMHP’s everyday work. His private strength was buttressed with quiet early morning walks on the beach, where he was greeted by fishermen and children going to school, and with evening talks with friends in his book-lined home.

From 2002 the occasional sharing of these walks and times with Eyad in Gaza, or in London, always meant new understanding and a renewal of optimism that against all odds Gaza’s exceptional people could transform the grimmest of times.

Eyad [Sarraj] received many honours including, in 1997, the Physicians for Human Rights award, and, in 1998, the Martin Ennals award for human rights defenders. In 2010, he won the Olof Palme prize for his self-sacrificing struggle for the Palestinian people. He was a key witness to the Goldstone report on Israel’s Operation Cast Lead in 2008-09.

However, in addition to the fact that Sarraj was on the Gaza Advisory Council of the international “pro-Hamas umbrella organization” called the Free Gaza Movement, there’s one especially relevant piece of history Brittain left out which would seem quite relevant in assessing his overall moral legacy.

In an interview with Tikkun in 2003, Sarraj said:

I’ve asked myself: ‘Are they evil by nature, these Jews? Or are they stupid, born mentally subnormal? Why are they doing this?’ It’s unbelievable. And I found after long, long thinking about it that they are not born evil. And they are not stupid. They are psycho-pathologically disturbed.”

As we’ve argued in previous posts, the most egregious problem at the Guardian is not explicitly Judeophobic commentary, but, rather, the moral cover the media group’s contributors often provide for Palestinians with well-documented records of engaging in anti-Jewish racism.

Victoria Brittain’s Guardian obituary for the Palestinian ‘activist’ represents yet another example of their ubiquitous antisemitic sins of omission. 

72 comments on “Guardian mourns Eyad Sarraj, a Palestinian who once asked: Are Jews evil by nature?

  1. Well, Sarraj sounds a nasty piece of work. The death of an antisemite is always a cause for rejoicing, and the fact that this one was a friend and mentor to Victoria Brittain is an added bonus.

  2. Eyad [Sarraj] was born in Palestine under the British mandate, in Bir al-Saba, which became Beersheva after the establishment of Israel…
    That the world’s leading liberal Jew hating voice publishes an obituary about a frothing mouth Jew hater penned by an other frothing mouth Jew hater staff member known by her terrorist connections is a normal, natural and almost everyday event. But after reading the part about the history of Beersheva one must doubt that these wannabe Streichers have ever read the Bible.
    This question came to mind when reading a Guardian obituary for Eyad Sarraj, who died recently at Hadassah hospital in Jerusalem where he was being treated for cancer.
    This is for the mourning BDS-ers…

    • Notice that she can’t bring herself to say “born in British Mandate Palestine,” but needs to pretend their was already a country. The Bir al-Saba “becoming” Beersheva is part of the same turning history on its head and is beyond the pale.

      Of course, there will and always have been nuts like Ms. Brittain running around. The problem again is a newspaper giving such people a prominent voice and pass it off as something objectively trustworthy.

        • what ever is the name of the city, please try to live with reality. again Dr. Sarraj was looking for peace and justice for his nation and every one should support his call for peace and justice ONLY

          • No whatever Hakim – it has been called Bersheva for the last four thousand years.
            And if Sarray’s reality was some kind of pseudo scientific crap that the Jews are psycho-pathologically disturbed then he was looking for peace and justice like Attila the Hun.

    • That was the very thing I was about to comment on.

      It boggles the mind that supposedly educated people could imply, straight-faced, that “Beer Sheva” is a modern name for the city.

  3. ” Are they evil by nature, these Jews ”

    We don’t know what Jews he is talking about.The article is trying to suggest he means all Jews . He maybe means the ones that advocate the use of modern munitions on civilians .,

    Kindly let us see the full quote.

    • I agree. Maybe he didn’t talk about every Jews only those among them who are not ready to tolerate being shot rockets at their country. Probably he didn’t include Gilad Atzmon, Mira Bar-Hillel, Anthony Lowenstein, Max Blumenthal and other assorted Jewish Jew-haters. He spoke about only those psychologically disturbed Jews who don’t agree being dhimmis and don’t let fascists messing with them.
      He maybe means the ones [Jews] that advocate the use of modern munitions on civilians
      Thank you berchmans to demonstrate your real ugly antisemitism. The only people who advocate the use of modern munitions on civilians are your heroes – the openly antisemitic Muslim religious fascists – Hamas.

    • Why are they doing this?’ It’s unbelievable
      Also correct. Why we are doing it? Obviously it is nothing to do with the Quassams, Grads etc. We are doing it for the fun of it.
      Sarraj should have continued his sentence something like this: Unbelievable that these bloodthirsty descendants of pigs and monkeys kick the shit out of us when we practice our Allah given right to slaughter them.

    • For anyone?
      Michael Lerner , I presume?
      Tikkun published Chomsky, Said, Soverstein and the likes.
      On Tikkun`s position against Israel.
      The proclaimed healing process they started with themselves ended with the known outcome, the sickness of Antisemitism.

      • Examples of the sickness which mistakes itself for a healing process.

        From Rachel Corrie to 9/11.
        Well, there are always some lowlifers who adore other`s “martyrdom” as revolutionary self sacrifice of but restrain themselves from following the example, thank`s God/Allah, and so on, (in all names) for the real victims of such “suicides”, or mistake an accident for a suicide. The proof of a really creepy mindset.

    • The statement came after this question:
      Short of this dramatic action on a large scale, do you think there are smaller gestures that everyday people could be making to one another across communities?
      http://www.tikkun.org/article.php/Interview-with-eyad-el-sarraj/print

      So yes – he is indeed pondering about Jews in general, not only “the ones that advocate the use of modern munitions on civilians”.

      As for the article’s point: there are on the other hand Israelis who ponder similarly about Arabs and Muslims.
      The difference, however, is that they tend not to be published or mourned by the G.

    • Website: “We don’t know what Jews he is talking about”.

      The bad ones of course, but as Heinrich Himmler once said; ‘everyone has their A1 Jew’. In other words, webshite, don’t let your middle class moral sensitivities get in the way of your visceral bigotry. You side with contemporary anti-Semites and defend a modern British newspaper that dabbles in anti-Semitic discourse, so don’t pretend that by sifting through the sewer of your ‘progressive’ and ‘humanitarian’ mind to define who is or is not an ‘A1′ Jew, that you are any different from your Jew-baiting grandparents.

      • “your Jew-baiting grandparents ”

        My grandparents lived in a European country that never had a single recorded case of anti Semitism until late last century when a teenager was punched in Glasgow. There has also been an act of fire raising at a Synagogue. Now given that there have been dozens of religious murders that I know about, and sectarian attacks a plenty every year I would say that anti-Semitism plays absolutely no part in the life of the average grandparent

        Or do you need it as a shield? In case of lack of argument break glass?

        • Website

          Your Jew-baiting grandparents is reference to your European culture – you are the offspring of a continent that has over 1000 years of Jew-baiting under its belt – integral to its religious beliefs and identity. You are merely the latest in a very long line. That your bigotry is a visceral part of the culture that has nurtured you helps to explain why you are oblivious to its existence. Although reading some books might help.

          • ” Your Jew-baiting grandparents is reference to your European culture ”

            I like to point out that some parts of Europe were immune from anti-Semitism but also tried really really hard to destroy Hitler…harder than ,for example ,the country most posters here have great respect for.

            Don’t get me wrong we were grateful that the Yanks had war declared on them and eventually came to help but for a while we alone were the lance holders for European culture and we were on the side of the Jews, you surely must remember .

            • Oh, we remember…
              Archibald Maule Ramsay, a Scottish Unionist MP claimed that World War II was a “Jewish war” and was the only MP in the UK interned under Defence Regulation 18B.
              Archie Barchie.

              • Saying that, I truly do respect the Scottish people as a whole and have many Scottish friends.
                That doesn’t mean to say they are immune to hate or stupidy which are the main causes of hate crimes
                Add to this the amount of migrants and you have potential shift in mentality.

            • Website: “I like to point out that some parts of Europe were immune from anti-Semitism”

              Parochial, nostalgic, over-sentimental day dreaming. Your city defines itself along the fault lines of Protestantism and Roman Catholicism, which combined with European nationalism, vilified Jews for a millennia. The Christ killer libel was only renounced by the Vatican in the 1960s, and Martin Luther was guilty of vile and rabidly anti-Semitic outbursts. I won’t even begin to go into the precedents that your isles set regarding blood libels and forced expulsion, but that’s the heritage you seem to be unaware of when running to defend – in the name of progress and humanity – all those who make malicious allegations against the iniquities of ‘bad’ Jews.

            • As a child growing up in Glasgow and Ayrshire there was only one thing worse than being of English birth – yes, being a Jew…I was regularly thumped and, most ironically, repeatedly told to “go back to Palestine”.

        • B:
          “My grandparents lived in a European country that never had a single recorded case of anti Semitism until late last century when a teenager was punched in Glasgow…”

          Talking out of your arse again?
          Considering Jews were hardly there pre 17 century, you have much to catch on to…
          In 1190, the Bishop of Glasgow forbade churchmen to “pledge their benefices for money borrowed from Jews”.
          Some elements of the British Union of Fascists were anti-Jewish and Alexander Raven Thomson, one of its main ideologues, was a Scot.

          And as much you love to be independant you’re not quite there yet…
          Most Jewish immigration appears to have occurred post-industrialisation, and post-1707, meaning that Jews in Scotland were subject to various anti-Jewish laws applied to Britain as a whole.

        • After spending all of his time generalizing Israelis, Jews, Zionists, Americans, and Texans, Webshit finally proclaiims, that at least in his case, he and his family are totally different than that warring European cultures that brought our planet 2 world wars utilizing, among other genocidal tactics, mustard gas, concentration camps, and the incineration of 20+ million people.

          Webshite is a special one.

          • ItsikDeWembley

            ” arse ”

            koufaxmitzvah

            ” Webshite ”

            You guys with your encopretic humour. The extraordinary record of the Jewish literary tradition continues on CIFWatch …and somehow the Guardian is going to be challenged by such crafted verbiage .

            You could try calling the editor a big jobby

            • I see that Webshit’s only criticism is the notion that anything written by Webshit is tainted with the feces of abject stupidity.

              But I don’t hate you, Webshit. I’m only being critical.

        • Oh deary me. Can you seriously say that Scotland “never had a single recorded case of anti Semitism until late last century”? So when my Aunt was evacuated there during WWII and was asked (maybe by your grandparents?) where her horns were, and had ha’pennys thrown at her and was bullied and beaten up for her Jewishness, these were clearly not antisemitic incidents. To be fair, she wasn’t alone. My Mum had very similar experiences in North Wales to where she was evacuated.

          You just have no idea of reality at all, do you, website?

          • Now now, Labenal, that’s not anti-Jewish bigotry, it’s anti-Zionism… surely that’s obvious?! If it weren’t for those Zionists, none of that would have happened!

  4. I read the folowing obituary in Jerusalem Post another one of those anti-semite rags – mind you the article was written by an Isralei Civil servant ex-employee at the Knesset – How these rags get it wrong – grateful for cifwatch to give perspective.

    Every once in a while we have the privilege of encountering an outstanding person, who is inspiring in his personality, opinions and actions. We need not agree with everything he says, but we cannot ignore his presence and the halo that seems to surround him.

    I had this feeling the first time I met the late Yigal Allon in 1977, and when I interviewed Arye Deri in 1989, after he was appointed interior minister at the age of 30. I also had this feeling in 1986 when I first met Dr. Eyad el-Sarraj – a psychiatrist and neurologist from Gaza – a little over a year before the outbreak of the first intifada.

    Dr. Sarraj, who was born in 1943 in Beersheba, passed away in an Israeli hospital last Tuesday, and was buried in Gaza, where he had spent most of his life.

    I met Sarraj – a strikingly handsome, aristocratic looking man – at the Hebrew University, where he gave a lecture about child psychiatry in the Gaza Strip. At the time he was the only psychiatrist in Gaza, and was employed by the Israeli Civil Administration there.

    What concerned him was the experience of many children in Gaza, who saw their parents being humiliated by the Israeli authorities – military and civilian – and the breakdown of parental authority, which was to become even more evident during the intifada, when extreme violence also traumatized their lives.

    I had a chat with Sarraj after the lecture, at the end of which he invited me to visit Gaza. At the time it was not unusual for Israelis to drive into Gaza, and since I am not averse to leaving my social and ideological comfort zone, and being subjected to “the other” (at that period I frequently visited Jewish settlers in Judea and Samaria, and development towns in the Galilee and the Negev), I jumped at the opportunity.

    Between 1986 and 1994 (when the Palestinian Authority was established, and when I became a civil servant, with the restrictions involved), I visited Eyad in Gaza at least half a dozen times, and met him in Jerusalem on numerous occasions, getting to know him well in the course of many long and open conversations about ourselves, life in general, and possible ways of changing the reality we live in.

    I discovered a calm and serene man, even in the most stressful of times and situations, devoted to the welfare of his people, to human rights in general, and to the ongoing dialogue between Palestinians and Israelis, in which he continued to participate until the very end. However, he was neither a politician nor a leader of masses.

    I learned from him that in 1964, when he was 21, he had joined the newly established PLO, but left as soon as he discovered that it advocated violence. I also gathered from what he said that despite the fact that over the years he had frequently been humiliated by the Civil Administration, which seemed eager to get moderate, educated Palestinians like himself to leave the country (for a brief period in the late 1980s he actually moved to the UK with his British wife and two sons, but soon returned to Gaza without them), and even though he abhorred many of our policies and actions, and especially our inclination, in his eyes, to over-react, he did not hate us, and had a deep understanding for our history, concerns and anxieties.

    Clearly his personality was mainly responsible for his outlook, but he once told me that what had left a profound impression on him was an extremely positive encounter with an Israeli officer he had had the first time he returned to Gaza from Egypt after the Six Day War. At the time he was a student in Alexandria.

    However, Eyad was always first and foremost a proud Palestinian, deeply concerned with the fate and welfare of his people, and more concerned with Palestinian responsibility for the Palestinian situation, than with blaming Israel, realizing that both sides had to change for a solution to be found, and that a systematic process of forgiveness and reconciliation – such as that, which had taken place in South Africa after Nelson Mandela assumed power – was an absolute necessity.

    He always believed that violence, acts of terror and the firing of rockets at Israel would not help the Palestinians reach their longed-for state, but he also spoke up against corruption in the PA, and the breach of human rights within the PA, and, as far as possible, in the Gaza Strip under the Hamas. In 1996 he was actually imprisoned and tortured by the PA for his activities. I met him in Jerusalem soon after his release, and the physical marks of the torture he had undergone were still evident.

    I have frequently been told by right-wing friends that the encounters between Israeli left-wingers and Palestinians are one-sided affairs, in which the Palestinians use us in their struggle against Israel, and will not be there for us, if and when we might need their assistance.

    This was certainly not my experience with Eyad. When my eldest daughter was killed in an accident in 1995, he was unable to come for the funeral, but made a special effort to get to Jerusalem as soon as he could to comfort me, and help me find the way to go on. Furthermore, unlike some of my radical Mizrahi friends, who are inclined to make me feel personally guilty, as an Ashkenazi, for the “ethnic demon,” Eyad never tried to make me feel personally guilty, as a Zionist and an Israeli, for the evils of the occupation. It was always more a question of what we – Israelis and Palestinians – can do together to improve the situation.

    In the last decade I had no direct contact with Eyad. In this period he remarried – this time to a Palestinian – and built a new family. Unknown to me, he also contracted a rare type of cancer, which finally led to his premature death.

    However, I continued to read articles he wrote, and interviews he gave – including one memorable one he gave Boaz Gaon over the phone in the course of Operation Pillar of Defense in 2009, in which he described the hardships he and his family were undergoing under Israeli shelling.

    From these articles and interviews I learned that he had lost faith in the feasibility of the two-state solution, for which he blamed both Israel and the Palestinians. In 2008 the only way out he could see was that the West Bank be returned to Jordanian administration, and the Gaza Strip to Egyptian administration. That was before the “Arab Spring,” which went sour, and I do not know how those events affected his thoughts.

    Of the many pictures I shall always bear with me of Eyad is one of him, dressed in white, and another Gazan doctor playing a peaceful game of chess during the curfew (which went into force at 8 p.m. every evening) in the garden of his house in the Rimal neighborhood, toward the end of the first intifada.

    The quiet was broken every once in a while by loudspeaker announcements in Hebrew coming from the nearby Israeli military camp, but the two doctors just went on with their game, oblivious to the interruptions.

    Dr. Sarraj will be sorely missed by his many Israeli friends, who were privileged to know him.

    The writer is a retired Knesset employee.

    • In 2008 the only way out he could see was that the West Bank be returned to Jordanian administration, and the Gaza Strip to Egyptian administration.

      So he had no problem that those 2 countries who were illegally occupying the so called Palestiniain territories until 67 will do so again?

  5. Let me help to understand the man – by quoting the complete answer – I understand somebody asked for a complete quote – here it is – and it puts a different perspective to the one put by the blogger

    OXENBERG: Short of this dramatic action on a large scale, do you think there are smaller gestures that everyday people could be making to one another across communities?

    EL-SARRAJ: Yes, of course. Let me explain . . .

    I’ve asked myself: “Are they evil by nature, these Jews? Or are they stupid, born mentally subnormal? Why are they doing this?” It’s unbelievable. And I found after long, long thinking about it that they are not born evil. And they are not stupid. They are psycho-pathologically disturbed.

    I say to different people, “This Occupation will have one day to end. It can’t continue forever. You have two options. I tell you, Israelis, you can be humiliating, oppressive, and that we have endured. But in the end we have to live together.” I believe that we have to live together. Everybody believes that. “So why don’t you use this period of Occupation to make good relations and plant the seed of love and respect with the Palestinian people? You here are not the political decision makers, but at least you are the representatives of your own people. Show us the good side of Israel. Show us the good side of being a Jew. So we can say, ‘These people are nice people.'”

    You know why Palestinians are struggling the way they’re struggling right now? Because of insults.

    OXENBERG: Insults?

    • This occupation could have been over 13 years ago. All the Palestinian leadership had to do was, if not sign on the dotted, then provide a counterproposal. But they did not do that, and instead started another war (the 2nd Intifada) because Ariel Sharon took a walk with security personnel along the holiest site to Judaism in the days leading up to Rosh Hashana.

      If you really want a state, you will need to come to the table and make certain concessions. Otherwise, don’t complain when a No-Man’s Land such as the West Bank ends up under control of a government which you despise enough to encourage the destruction of lives.

      It really is hard to take you seriously.

    • El Sarraj:”…Show us the good side of Israel. Show us the good side of being a Jew. So we can say, ‘These people are nice people.’”.”

      “Dr. Sarraj, who was born in 1943 in Beersheba, passed away in an Israeli hospital last Tuesday.”

      This is the problem.
      For someone who knows we are wasting our hospital beds and hospital staff’s time on him to come and say we do not show him kindness or respect is Chutzpa!
      He, like most Palestinians knows full well that hate exist on both sides, but to pretend it is only one part of the equation is sheer arogance!
      I expect that from the every day Joe, not from an educated world class Dr.

      If he analyzed us the way he did, and he may be correct in some cases about the mass of Israelis living in this hot contested country, what would he say about the Arabs through out the ME?

    • Apologies Hakim if you do not believe that Israel’s general ability to assist even those who wish it harm may seem to you like a weakness.

      To me it is our shield that set us aside from those who wish us harm.

      Sitting in trenches is not much of a comfort zone and is hardly where I sit.

      I didn’t cast judgment on the Dr, but merely pointed out that it will be interesting to hear his analisis of his own people as a whole, and also spoke out how strange it is for him to cast judgement on us when he knows so much about us as everyday people.

      anyone been in Israel would know that analyzing Jews or Israeli Jews as a whole is near impossible.
      As the old saying goes, 2 Jews in a room 3 opinions.

      Have a good day correcting the world.
      Best start in your own back yard and remember:
      דרך ארץ קודמת לתורה

    • Tikkun is a much more openly antisemite website than the Guardian. Its administrator Richard Silverstein is a well known supporter of Hamas and a psychotic vicious hater. Quoting his shite is only proves the real face of Sarraj.
      Regarding the Susan Hattis Rolef article in the JP – somehow the lady between her two ravings forgot to mention her heroe’s antisemitic credentials.
      You know why Palestinians are struggling the way they’re struggling right now? Because of insults.
      Yes – they can’t tolerate the insult being unable to murder the Jews. They are trying hard…

    • For you and the comrades it would be really comforting if everybody was an antisemite. Sadly for you there are many people who are not.

    • In a Moron’s world, only Israel is an evil entity. Nothing positive ever comes out of Israel, because the Moron says so.

      Furthermore, in an Asshole’s world, every Jew who objects to being considered a Supremacist is, indeed, worthy of being blown to bits while chowing down on a pizza.

      Fuck you.

  6. So stop calling everybody an anti-semite and grow up – You now want us to believe Guardian is anti-semite Jerusalem Post is anit-semite and many of the Jewish organisations are anti-semite.

    Are you confused? Do you think anybody who is anti-racist is anti-semite. I think you are mistaken.

    • I may be confused but you should take some reading classes. Maybe you should point out where I called the Jerusalem Post or any Jewish organization anti-semite. Silverstein blog is not a Jewish organization at all but a private blog. But undoubtedly there are some viciously antisemite Jewish people like Silverstein, Atzmon. Loewenstein etc.
      So stop calling everybody an anti-semite and grow up
      I called everybody an antisemite?
      Seems to me you forgot your meds today dear – give a yell to the nurse…
      You now want us to believe Guardian is anti-semite
      I don’t want you to believe anything. Your beliefs are totally and absolutely irrelevant and uninteresting.

    • You want us to grow up? How about you keep your criticism and commentary on target. How about you stick to one thread. How about you stop jumping around like a meth freak. How about you actually read the history of the nation. How about you move on to another website?

      So many things YOU can do, but YOU refuse to do so. Instead, you build up the notion that YOU are amazing and brilliant because YOU finally figured out what YOU knew all along.

      YOU aren’t convincing ANYBODY.

  7. Susan Hattis Rolef article in the JP – somehow the lady between her two ravings forgot to mention her heroe’s antisemitic credentials.

    Perhaps I am mistaken we have two peterthehungarian on this blog Everybody is wrong and you and your racist friends are right obviously.

    • i repeat hakim, take some reading lessons (I’m not sure that it would help but who knows?) Saying that Hattis Rolef is ignorant about her friends antisemitism is not the same like saying that she is an antisemite. But I understand that one can’t requre this minimal subtlety from your kind.
      you and your racist friends…
      Must be a misunderstanding from your part. You are not my friend but my enemy.

  8. Of course it is not it is the way you tell hem and you are not a racist you just do not like Arabs living in their homes you want them out or dead and even when they are dead you do not mind abusing them.

    • So you can’t read but has some thought reading capabilities? Fantastic…
      I don’t have any problem with any Arabs who are living in their homes and don’t want to take away mine. Those who do and represent a clear danger to my and my countrymen’s existence – of course that I want them dead.
      And I don’t mind abusing them? Hakim, hakim your case is much more serious what I thought before… Seek professional help urgently!

  9. Does clear danger include demographic threat ? – is that why your friends arrest children in the middle of the night and stop pregnant mothers at checkpoints – Of course you do not mind abusing them that is your problem.

    All racists have same thoughts what is surprising about that.

    • Hkim you misinterpret our intentions. We arrest children not because they threw stones at motorists but after using their blood in the Pesach loaf we can sell their organs and we stop pregnant mothers at the checkpoint not because some of them instead of a foetus caries bombs but just for fun.
      I see you didn’t get the proposed help and continue to copy/paste the Electronic Intifada and the Hamas TV. Keep it up!

    • YOu mean like the 16 year old who murderd the soldier last month . Your pregnant mothers friedns really have to thanks those Palestinian women who dressed as pregnant in order to commit terror attack in Israel. So sorry if we don;t like to be blown to pieces.

  10. Of course Peter but my information is derived from Israeli newspaper and not from anti-semite like you – but here it goes (You can also read the whole article on http://www.haaretz.com/news/diplomacy-defense/1.552831

    According to the latest statement, in September the IDF Central Command agreed to pilot-test a new approach in two unspecified regions of the West Bank. Instead of arresting children wanted for questioning at their homes at night, any such arrests will take place during daylight hours.

    But Haaretz has learned that this policy has yet to be implemented, and the UNICEF announcement was a surprise to officers who are involved. According to military sources, the Central Command and MAG are still drafting the pilot program. The IDF Spokesman’s Office declined to provide details of the change in policy, saying only that the program is being examined by the relevant officials.

    • I suggest you to take a density test hkim. Do you think that the arrests in the nigh take place because the police officers suffer from insomnia? Not because during the day the to be arrested “children” aren’t home and can escape knowing that they are wanted?
      …and the UNICEF announcement was a surprise to officers…
      Maybe you can quote any UNICEF announcement condemning the stone throwing what already killed a Jewish child and obviously endangers a lot of others? Any announcement in the interest of the Jewish children decapitated by Palestinian “children” in their beds? Bombed to smithereens in the Sbarro pizzeria or in the Dolphinarium? They can show their announcements and condemnations in their collective arses and if there remain some they can use yours too.
      The IDF Spokesman’s Office declined to provide details of the change in policy, saying only that the program is being examined by the relevant officials.
      I hope that they will do their work with according to the requirements of its effectiveness and ignore any irrelevant pseudo “human rights” blah-blah and the same time with the possible minimal harm to the involved. (The key word here is: minimal).

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