Crimes against Israel have a habit of being almost perfectly timed to suit the Israeli agenda. Only weeks after being upset at other countries for not snubbing the reconciliation of Hamas and the PA, the former (allegedly) commit a terrorist attack by kidnapping three Israeli students. There are several things that don’t add up.
Why were the students hitch hiking home in such a dangerous environment?(the Israelis keep stressing to whoever will listen how much Palestinians want to kill all Jews)
An Israeli official has proclaimed that they are probably alive (how on earth would he know that?)
This incident gives the Israelis the perfect opportunity to terrorise any household in the West Bank and of course they have quickly set about this task, already arresting 80 Palestinians.
They have concluded that Hamas are guilty of these kidnappings. They know they are alive, they know who did it so why are they not simply going and rescuing them?
Here is the BBC news item:
Police normally release a description of the kidnap victims.
If you read the BBC page to the end you’ll see this:
Also on Sunday, the Israeli army said it had conducted aerial raids on the Gaza Strip overnight in retaliation for rockets fired from the Strip into Israel.
A spokesman for Gaza’s health ministry told the Associated Press news agency that a girl had been slightly hurt. The ministry also said a seven-year-old boy had died from injuries sustained in an Israeli raid earlier this week.
That’s ok then. It will give the innocent little boys family much consolation knowing it was in response to largely ineffective rockets launched into uninhabited parts of the desert and harming zero Israelis. If something should happen to the three ‘innocent’ students, I’m sure it will help console the 3 sets of parents who would be grieving.
Having said that the three students aren’t so innocent if they were due to commit to military service soon, as their age suggests. Unless of course they were draft dodging.
When did you last see a victims picture of Israeli aggression?