Pigs. That is the only word I can come up with at the moment to describe the people of Rafah, Gaza who have been celebrating the mission by Palestinian terrorists that killed the Fogel family in Israel on Friday night. Gaza residents of Rafah passed out candy and other sweets on the streets of the city this weekend in celebration over the throat slitting of the Fogel parents as well as their 11 and 4 year old sons and their 3 month old baby girl.
Let's restate that - Palestinians in Gaza whooped it up and passed out chocolates to honor and celebrate a 3 month old baby girls throat being slashed in her sleep.
Give them a state? Give them a seat in the U.N.? No. Give them hellfires and daisy cutters from dawn til dusk.
Let's not forget, the people of Rafah, Gaza are the same people that conducted this same type of celebration on their streets the day after 3,000 Americans perished in the attacks of 9/11.
So, the next time you see pro-Palestinian groups in your city marching through the streets holding signs about the "oppressed Palestinians" or pointing fingers at the "Israeli barbarians", remember this image of Rafah men standing in the streets savoring their candies, smiling and laughing and giving each other high fives over the murder of an entire family. But don't stop there. Grab a photograph of the 3 month old baby girl of the Fogel family with her throat slit and the blood stained baby clothes still on her and shove that photo into the face of one of those demonstrators and ask they why they celebrate this kind of barbarism.
The story is from Undhimmi.
Palestinians Hand Out Sweets in Celebration of Massacre of Jewish Family.
Islamic depravity hits bottom. Keeps digging:
Rafah residents hand out candy following massacre of Jewish family, three children in West Bank settlement of Itamar.
Gaza residents from the southern city of Rafah hit the streets Saturday to celebrate the terror attack in the West Bank settlement of Itamar where five family members were murdered in their sleep, including three children.
Residents handed out candy and sweets, one resident saying the joy “is a natural response to the harm settlers inflict on the Palestinian residents in the West Bank.”
Meanwhile, Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad said he “clearly and firmly denounces the terror attack, just as I have denounced crimes against Palestinians.
“We are against all types of violence,” Fayyad said during a tour in Bethlehem. “Our position has not changed. As we have said many times before, we categorically oppose violence and terror, regardless of the identity of the victims or the perpetrators.”
IDF and security forces have been scouring the West Bank area since late Friday night, and have arrested 20 Palestinians from the villages of Awarta, Zababdeh, Sanur and Siliya. The IAF employed unmanned aerial vehicle in an effort to search for the suspects.
The Hamas movement accused the Palestinian Authority’s security apparatus of arresting three of its activists near Qalqilya and Jenin.
“The report of five murdered Israelis is not enough to punish someone,” said Hamas Spokesperson Sami Abu Zuhri, adding, “However; we in Hamas completely support the resistance against settlers who murder and use crime and terror against the Palestinian people under the auspices of the Israeli occupation soldiers.”
A pamphlet distributed by the Islamic group said the PA also detained activists from Nablus, who were previously imprisoned and released.
According to an unverified report, Fatah’s military wing – the al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades – claimed responsibility for the attack. A group spokesman told a Palestinian news agency that a terror cell infiltrated the settlement of Itamar and committed the attack.
The spokesperson stressed that the attack “came as a response to Israel’s continues hostile policy toward the Palestinian people.”
‘Give murderers death sentences’
Defense Minister Ehud Barak convened an evaluation session at the Defense Ministry offices in Tel Aviv following the attack. The meeting was attended by IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz and other military and intelligence officials.
Barak called on the leaders of Jewish settlements in the West Bank to act responsibly and urged the Palestinian leadership to denounce the attack.
Ron Nachman, mayor of the city of Ariel, arrived in Itamar Saturday noon and expressed anger over the government and defense minister’s conduct.
“We need to find those behind the attack and give them the death penalty. I can’t recall such a horrific terror attack,” he said.
Nachman refused to comment on future “price tag” operations of radical rightist, saying: “I am not responsible for violent acts from either side.”
This degenerate, ghoulish behaviour, which almost defies belief is, in fact common practice by the Palestinians after murdering Israeli Jews.
The most well-known example was the Ramallah Lynching in 2000, where two IDF soldiers unfortunate to stray into the wrong area were killed and disembowelled in the streets by mobs of screaming Muslims.
To this day, the iconic image of the man holding up his blood-soaked hands to the crowd below him outside the police station where the slaughter took place, is still re-enacted by Palestinian children celebrating the event.
But we’re willing to bet that the average American, German, Scandnavian or Brit is completely unaware of this practice.
Because, in the biased, single-narrative world of the mainstream media, the grisly details of these stories are invariably censored – BBC coverage of this story from today being a prime example.
Stripped of context, it was dressed up as an ‘isolated incident’ – standard procedure in the pro-Muslim, pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel British media. Had things been the other way around however, The BBC would have ensured that we never heard the end of it.
As usual though, they buried this story in the ME section of their website, whereas you can be take to the bank the fact that the slightest perceived transgression by Israel will always make the ‘top stories’ section on the front page.
The lauding of the killer on the al-Qassam webstes and elsewhere – and the street-party-like atmosphere candy distribution in the disputed territories will without doubt be buried in the West.
One of the only places you will be able to read the truth, without visiting Israeli or constitutionally-protected US websites is here on Un:dhimmi