No justice in Israel for Christians or Muslims, which is why Israel is increasingly being identified by its own actions as an Apartheid State. Palestinian “suspects” are murdered and brutalized with no justice, while Israeli “suspects” are soft-peddled and whitewashed by Israel’s judicial system to hide the truth about today’s Israeli society.
By Ray Hanania
This is what angers people about Israel’s hypocrisy and lies:
In June 2014, 3 Israeli teens were attacked and killed. Israeli police began a manhunt, found the 3 killers and killed two of them, and jailed the third (giving him Life imprisonment) and punished their families by destroying their homes.
Weeks later after the 3 were buried, six Israeli settlers burned to death a young Palestinian boy alive, Mohammed Abu Khdeir, after beating him on the head with a wrench.
6 Israeli settlers were identified as Mohammed Abu Khdeir’s killers, but 3 were immediately released and only one has been identified (Yoseph Haim Ben-David, 30) to “protect” the other boy murderers, Israel’s government says.Tariq Abu Khdeir, before and after his beating by Israeli Border Police
Israel has yet to punish them. The Israelis are receiving a lengthy court hearing, trial and full legal rights, the same rights denied to Palestinians accused of crimes and who are shot and killed in “extra-judicial murder” orders from Israel’s government. The Israeli “justice” system bends over back words to protect Israelis who commit murder and atrocities and terrorism, and bends over backwards to exaggerate charges against non-Jews, even fabricating charges.
It is an ugly pattern in Israeli that most Israelis pretend does not exist.
For sure, their family homes of murderer Yoseph Haim Ben-David, in Jerusalem settlements, will not be destroyed as “collective punishment.” Under Apartheid rules, only the homes of Christians and Muslims are destroyed by Israel, not the homes of Jewish murderers and terrorists.
An Israeli police officer brutally savaged the burned boy’s cousin, Tariq Abu Khdeir, 15, of Jerusalem, who was an American citizen. Tariq (Tarek Abu Khdeir) was handcuffed and pinned to the ground as the Israeli police officer tried to kill him. (See the video link below for the brutal video that captured the police officer trying to kill the American citizen).
War criminal Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Hamas in Gaza and used the killing of the three Israeli teens as a pretext to start the August 2014 atrocities against Hamas and in Gaza killing 2,200 Palestinians, mostly civilians including 500 teenagers.
This week, “the one” police officer charged in the beatings was championed as a “hero” in the Israeli media and in Israeli society and was sentenced to only 6 weeks “community service.” The term “community service” means to brutalize, rob and murder Christians and Muslims in Israel.
Very few of the mainstream American News media has reported on this story, a story the Israelis would like to bury along with all of their other war crimes and atrocities. The American news media plays down Israeli atrocities and terrorism and only highlights violence by Palestinians against Israel.
Pathetic justice for a nation that has been consumed in its own self-inflicted hatred. Israeli society needs to change, to stop teaching their children hate, stop inciting violence, stop lying about its apartheid and stop supporting a war crimes government.
Israel falsely accused the beaten American-Israeli citizen of crimes and he was arrested, detained and repeatedly beaten by the Israelis until he was deported to the US where he lived until Israel finally admitted their wrongdoing. He was finally released this week, a release timed to play down Israel’s civil rights violations.
Police witnesses who were never charged, fabricated claims that the boy, Tariq Abu Khdeir, was involved in inciting violence. They were never charged either.
Meanwhile, the US Government has released Jonathan Pollard, the American Israeli who stole American military secrets and gave them to Israel. His family has been living off of an Israeli pension and support during his incarceration. As a spy, Pollard should have been shot. But then, America isn’t Israel.
ABC News did a story about Tariq Abu Khdeir’s beating on July 7, 2014, and it showed the video, but the media has been silent since.
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