Arabs attack and burn Jewish village on Rosh Hashanah

Attacking the kuffars, polytheists, Christians or Jews on their high holidays means extra blessings in the eyes of allah.

There is a pattern behind this, you’ll find that Mohammedans always attack Hindu or Buddhist temples or Christian churches on their high holidays, and  it also  applies for traditional rivalries among Islamic sects, like the ongoing mosque-bombings between shiites and sunnis, because the latter regard the former as ‘rafidite dogs’ who are kaffirs just like  apostates…

* Give ’em a state! Give ’em billions! Give ’em respect! Give ’em international recognition!

Havat Gilad Families face Holiday Arson/Atlas Shrugs

( As the Jews of Havat Gilad in Samaria celebrated the second day of Rosh HaShanah on Sunday afternoon, a group of Arabs from a nearby village infiltrated the town and set fire to the area. Contrary to media reports, a house was burnt down, and the holiday ended with an emergency evacuation, several wounded residents, and two families left homeless.

Police arrested four Arab suspects near the scene of the crime.

Other News:

The attack took place as most residents prayed in the community synagogue. Residents spotted the smoke from the synagogue windows and ran out to see part of the town in flames.

They battled the blaze for several hours as it consumed buildings and fields. Several of the volunteer firefighters later required treatment for smoke inhalation, and some were hospitalized.

The volunteers, along with professionals who arrived in the course of the battle, managed to save most of the town’s homes from destruction. Due to the danger posed by the fire, children were evacuated from Havat Gilad.

27 thoughts on “Arabs attack and burn Jewish village on Rosh Hashanah”

  1. “Contrary to media reports, a house was burnt down”, but then the other media reports will say contrary to INN reports, no house was burnt down.

    The problem is now that verification is impossible, especially when read in a blog that considers the West Bank to be Samaria and Jordon and wishes the Palestinian people to “go away”.

    1. Yep Solker,

      they had it coming, they must have done something to provoke the Arabs, (like celebrating their holidays in a synagogue) and because a paid Islamo-snitch and propagandist who sits on a dung heap somewhere in Morocco doesn’t like this blog, its all not true.

      Btw Solker: its called JUDEA, which comes from Judaism. Why do the Arabs occupy historical Jewish land?

    2. The report is from ( not from a “right wing blogger”.

      The fire destroyed two buildings. One, the home of a couple and their young child, was completely destroyed. The family did not have time to remove any property before the blaze demolished their home, and their clothing, furniture, and other belongings were lost.

      The second building, which was home to a couple and three children, sustained serious damage.

      Btw, solker: there are no “Palestianian people”, there are some Arab squatters, that’s all…

  2. Again your words, I never said anything about “they had it coming”. I condemn all violence.

    As for living in a dung-heap? I do not think so, my very nice appartment complex has a very large pool and tennis courts, half the residents are French nationals, so I wonder why you even said it?

    I question biased and agenda based news reports especially from self-confessed bloggers like yourself that push for ethnic cleansing which under international law is considered a war-crime.

    As for Judea, Samaria or whatever, it is Palestinian Land recognised by all countries and soon including Israel. As for historical Jewish Land, that is if you believe some religous texts and anyhow, why not say historical Phonecian land?

    1. Solker, you liar!

      “I condemn all violence” but you find it cool that an elected Italian politician is punched in the face by a mohammedan headbanger?

      “I question biased and agenda based news reports especially from self-confessed bloggers like yourself that push for ethnic cleansing which under international law is considered a war-crime.”

      I question the taqiyya and obfuscation, the smears and slander by a mohammedan troll who professes to be a Gestapo snitch for the Moroccan government. Besides, “ethnic cleansing” is a Mohammedan speciality, and below you can find multiple statements by Arab leaders on what to do with Israel and the Jews.

      For you to yammer on that I am somehow guilty of calling for “ethnic cleaning’ is absurd. You moslems have made the “Muslim world” basically ‘Judenrein” and to suggest that the Jews are doing what you are doing is just vile and barbaric.

      What Arabs/Muslims Really Want

      Look at a map. Israel is so small you can hardly find it. It is surrounded by 23 Arab nations with land hundreds of thousands of times that of tiny Israel. And yet Israel is about to relinquish land — “for peace.”

      What’s wrong with this picture?

      Let me tell you something. There is one overriding reality in the Middle East, the remembrance of which has kept Israel intact for the last half century, and the forgetfulness of which threatens to cost Israel its very existence.

      This column is a remembrance.

      “This will be a war of extermination and a momentous massacre which will be spoken of like the Mongolian massacres and the Crusades.”
      –Arab League Secretary General Azzam Pasha, May 15, 1948, the day five Arab armies invaded the new state of Israel, one day after the nation declared its independence

      “The Arab nations should sacrifice up to 10 million of their 50 million people, if necessary, to wipe out Israel … Israel to the Arab world is like a cancer to the human body, and the only way of remedy is to uproot it, just like a cancer.”
      –Saud ibn Abdul Aziz, King of Saudi Arabia, Associated Press, Jan. 9, 1954

      “I announce from here, on behalf of the United Arab Republic people, that this time we will exterminate Israel.”
      –President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, speech in Alexandria, July 26, 1959

      “We shall never call for nor accept peace. We shall only accept war. We have resolved to drench this land with your (Israel’s) blood, to oust you as aggressor, to throw you into the sea.”
      –Hafez Assad, then-Syrian Defense Minister, May 24, 1966, who later became Syria’s president.

      “Our basic objective will be the destruction of Israel.”
      –President Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt, May 27, 1967, nine days before the start of the Six-Day War.

      “The existence of Israel is an error which must be rectified. This is our opportunity to wipe out the ignominy which has been with us since 1948. Our goal is clear — to wipe Israel off the map.”
      –President Abdel Rahman Aref of Iraq, May 31, 1967

      “All countries should wage war against the Zionists, who are there to destroy all human organizations and to destroy civilization and the work which good people are trying to do.”
      –King Faisal of Saudi Arabia, in a speech in Uganda, Beirut Daily Star, Nov. 17, 1972

      “The battle with Israel must be such that, after it, Israel will cease to exist.”
      –Libyan President Mohammar Qadaffi, al-Usbu al-Arrabi (Beirut) quoted by Algiers Radio, Nov. 12, 1973

      “After we perform our duty in liberating the West Bank and Jerusalem, our national duty is to liberate all the Arab-occupied territories.”
      –Jordan’s King Hussein, Radio Amman, Dec. 1, 1973

      “Yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity is there only for tactical reasons. The establishment of a Palestinian state is a new expedient to continue the fight against Zionism and for Arab unity.”
      –Zoheir Muhsin, head of the PLO Military Operations Department and member of the PLO Executive Council, 1977

      “I have never met an Arab leader that in private professed a desire for an independent Palestinian state. Publicly, they all espouse an independent Palestinian state — almost all of them — because that is what they committed themselves to do at Rabat (the 1974 Arab League summit conference).”

      –President Jimmy Carter, at a 1979 press conference

      “There has been no change whatsoever in the fundamental strategy of the PLO, which is based on the total liberation of Palestine and the destruction of the occupying country. … On no accounts will the Palestinians accept part of Palestine and call it the Palestinian state, while forfeiting the remaining areas which are called the State of Israel.”
      –Rafiq Najshah, PLO representative in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabian News Agency, June 9, 1980

      “The struggle with the Zionist enemy is not a struggle about Israel’s borders, but about Israel’s existence. We will never agree to anything less than the return of all our land and the establishment of the independent state.”
      –Bassam Abu Sharif, a top Arafat aide and PLO spokesman, quoted by the Kuwait News Agency, May 31, 1986

      “There are two different approaches in the Arab world: that Israel can be overwhelmed militarily, or that a military victory is impossible. The power struggle between Israel and the Arabs is a long-term historical trial. Victory or defeat are for us questions of existence or annihilation, the outcome of an irreconcilable hatred.”
      –Al-Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, July 11, 1986

      “The establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip does not contradict our ultimate strategic aim, which is the establishment of a democratic state in the entire territory of Palestine, but rather is a step in that direction.”
      –Salah Khalaf (Abu Iyad) interview with Al-Safir, Lebanon, Jan. 25, 1988

      “This is the ideology of the PLO and of Yasser Arafat: To destroy the state of Israel and to establish a Palestinian state instead. They will accept the territories — but only as a beginning, as a base for further attacks to conquer all of Israel. Why give them this opportunity to strengthen their efforts to attack us?”
      –Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, U.S. News & World Report, March 21, 1988

      “The armed struggle must continue, everywhere, against the Zionist enemy and his allies. … We have no alternative but to carry out armed activity in order to vanquish the enemy and establish our state.”
      –Salim Zaanoun, Deputy PNC speaker and member of the Fatah Central Committee, in Al-Anba, Kuwait, Dec. 23, 1988

      “The PLO will not stop the armed struggle.”
      –Yasser Arafat, June 6, 1989 at a press conference in Kuwait, Associated Press.

      “The Middle East peace efforts have reached a stalemate. … The PLO now has no alternative but to escalate armed struggle outside the occupied territories in support of the uprising.”
      –Arafat’s number two man, Salah Khalaf, Jan. 22, 1990, Associated Press

      “We will enter Jerusalem victoriously and raise our flag on its walls. … We will fight you (the Israelis) with stones, rifles, and ‘El-Abed’ (the Iraqi missile)…”
      –Yasser Arafat, reported by the Associated Press, March 29, 1990, at the start of the Gulf War

      “In the name of Allah, we shall cause fire to devour half of Israel. …”
      –Iraqi News Agency, April 2, 1990

      “We say to the brother and leader Saddam Hussein — go forward with God’s blessing.”
      –Yasser Arafat, the next day, Iraqi News Agency, April 3, 1990

      Bat Yeor writes:

      “A negative attitude was expressed in 1982 by Algeria’s first president, in a lapidary formula:

      What we want, as Arabs, is to *be*. However, we can only be, if *the other* is not’. [Ben Bella, ‘Tous Contre Israel’, PI i.e. International Political Review/ Revue Politique Internationale, 16 (Paris, 1982), p. 108]

      “Ben Bella openly approved the assassination of leaders whose policies he disapproves of [art. cit. p. 107] – a common practice under the Mamluks – and then went on to justify, after the acquisition of nuclear weapons by Arab states, a nuclear war to destroy Israel:

      ‘If there is no other solution, then let there be a nuclear war, and that will be the end of it, once and for all.” [art. cit., p. 108].

      “Such a public display of aggressiveness and moral irresponsibility is rooted in a monolithic clear conscience, which has never been affected by any scruples regarding the tragedy of the dhimmis. This attitude stems from an ignorance of history and a total rejection of Oriental non-Arab or non-Muslim peoples, whose history, sufferings, and rights are not even recognised.”

      (Bat Yeor adds, in a footnote to her remark about ‘the tragedy of the dhimmis’, that:

      “In the 1982 interview, to which frequent reference has been made here, Ben Bella repeats the commonly held opinion of Muslims that Islam, unlike Christendom, is free from any racist prejudice and has always treated its ‘minorities’ well. He conveniently forgot the manner by which nations and communities were reduced to the status of religious minorities in their own countries. Without indulging in broad comparisons, it may be noted that Western countries allow minorities to research and record their own history without hindrance.”)

      Let’s reflect on Ben Bella’s terrifying statement – “What we want, as Arabs, is to *be*. However, we can only be, if *the other* is not’”.

      He might just as well, or more accurately, have written ‘we Arab Muslims’, or ‘we Muslims’.

      Similarly, in this sentence – “Ben Bella openly approved the assassination of leaders whose policies he disapproves of…and then went on to justify, after the acquisition of nuclear weapons by Arab states, a nuclear war to destroy Israel”, the phrase ‘by Arab states’ might just as well be read ‘by Arab Muslim states’ or ‘by Muslim states’.

      That first statement of Ben Bella’s, which Bat Yeor cites, sums up a perfectly frightful state of mind: it suggests strongly that the Arab/Muslim experiences the bare *existence* of anything and anyone ‘other’ than himself, undominated by himself, as a mortal threat or unendurable humiliation, to be crushed or preferably destroyed as soon as possible, by any available means up to and including nuclear bombs.

      Fast forward to the present.

      Eleven days ago on New Years Eve, Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei publicly called for the total destruction of Israel, saying it was the only way to solve the problems of the Middle East.

      Millions of Iranians — that’s right, millions — were rallying across that vast and militarily powerful nation, protesting Israel’s control over Jerusalem, where Muslims believe the prophet Mohammed began his journey to heaven. The “Al-Quds Day” demonstrations — Al-Quds being the Arabic name for Jerusalem — turned into anti-American protests because of American support for Israel.

  3. INN right-wing journal, yes not a blog, but still questionable as they said themselves ‘Contrary to media reports, a house was burnt down”, so the media is wrong but they are right? So it is still disputed. It may be the case, but at present it is disputed and you put it as fact because you want it to.

    Oh, there is a Palestinian People, all countries recognise them, even Israel does – just not right-wing settlers and there supporters.

  4. I see a lot of propoganda there blog-owner and it is all meaningless dribble.

    The size of Israel has nothing to do with anything, the number of Arab countries as well. How many Christian countries are there, shall we start making a redistrbution of land globally based on statistics? No the only issue that keeps your argument going is the “God gave us the Land of Israel from the Sanai to the Jordan river” and that is not accepted by anyone except a particular element of Jews and fundamentalist Christians, non are in power to do anything about it.

    Just like the Palestinians and the Arab nationalists must bite the bullet and accept the facts that the Jews are there and the State of Israel exists, so to must the Jews and Israelis accept that there Palestinians there.

    That you cannot accept that is the issue here and I summize that your quasi-satirical, pro-Spencer, fringe BS blog-site is based on that agenda.

    It is also from the logic of your statements and this support for the occupation and annexation of the West Bank (Hebron is part of it) that you have made no other statement than “get rid” of the Palestinians, given no recognition nor acknowledgement of rights to them and thus the only result if your own agenda was to come to fruition is simply to get rid of them – which has one smell – a final solution or ethnic cleansing. That is why I continue to accuse you of such a scheme.

    The subject is, though overtly religious, still a brutal political one. The Israeli right and settler supporters want a land-grab and use the hostility against that by Arab Nationalism to its full advantage – the victim card. Arab Nationalism, being the dominant power controlling Mecca, Islamic Schools etc, through in the political/religious mix to make the occupation of Jerusalem into the occupation of Al Aqsa, Dome on the Rock as well as solidarity for Palestinians in their struggle against Israeli occupation etc.

    Both are political nationalist brutalities, both need to be condemned, as should those whom take advantage of it, right blog-owner?

    1. There are Arabs, but no “palestinians”.

      That’s all there’s to it. Their “right” to squat in Israel is at best equal to the right of Mohammedans to settle in the west, behind enemy lines…

  5. Thus the result, you and a bunch of settlers for our own purpose wish to relegate the locals to being nothing. Fortunately the world (including most Isrealis) are a bit smarter than that and the vast majority of people on this globe consider your views somewere between sad & disgusting.

    1. you and a bunch of settlers billion soldiers of allah for our own purpose wish to relegate the locals Jews to being nothing. Fortunately the world (including most Isrealis) are a bit smarter than that and the vast majority of people on this globe consider your views somewere between sad & disgusting.

      Fixed, solker…

  6. Palestinians are descendants of the Philistines who lived in what is now called the Gaza-strip. this should be the palestinian state (Gaza-strip
    and parts of negev and sinai deserts) and israel should have bufferzones with all the neighboring countries; any other solution
    wont bring peace.

  7. No, you just hid that the truth that you cannot answer except with a yes I am such a minority that is considered illogical by most of the world.

  8. SM sez:

    “Palestinians are descendants of the Philistines who lived in what is now called the Gaza-strip”-

    that’s a myth.

    In World War II, Britain had a volunteer brigade known as “The Palestinian Brigade.” It was made up entirely of Jews. The Arabs were fighting on Hitler’s side. . . .There was the Palestinian Symphony Orchestra (a Jewish orchestra) and the Palestinian Post (a Jewish newspaper). As late as the 1950s, Arabs refused to be called Palestinians and declared that if there were such a people, they were Jews.

    To the British Peel Commission in 1937, a local Arab leader testified, “There is no such country as Palestine. ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented….” Professor Philip Hitti, Arab historian, testified to an Anglo-American Committee of inquiry in 1946, “There is no such thing as Palestine in history — absolutely not!” To the UN Security Council on May 31, 1956, Ahmed Shukairy declared, “It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing but southern Syria.” Eight years later, in 1964, Shukairy became the founding chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization and coined the infamous slogan, “[W]e’ll drive the Jews into the sea.” And he wasn’t even a “Palestinian”! Like Arafat, he was born in Cairo. The Palestine Liberation Organization was not founded by Palestinians but has been used to exploit these abused people in Islam’s war against Israel.

    Today’s Arab “Palestinians” are close relatives of the Arabs living in neighboring countries, from which most of them — or their immediate ancestors — came. . .


    The reason why the soldiers of allah must destroy Israel:

    Territory Previously Conquered by Islam

    According to the Muslim way of thinking, the world is divided into two areas: Dar al-Islam is the area already conquered by Islam. Dar al-Harb is the area of war, which the Arabs are commanded to conquer until it is turned into Muslim territory. After a certain territory has been conquered by Islam, it is declared as holy Muslim territory, which is forbidden to be relinquished under any circumstances.

    Even if this territory is conquered by another nation for hundreds of years, according to Muslim law it is still considered holy land which must be returned to Muslim control. Accordingly, Muslims execute terrorist attacks in Spain and large parts of India, because the Islam which conquered them in the past, demands them in return now. And if unable to conquer them, Muslims will at least carry out terrorist attacks, so that normal life cannot be conducted there until they are returned to Islamic rule.

    Islam Lives by the Sword

  9. Right-wing settler mythology, well coordinated, prepared since the early 1920’s to justify the “return of the Jews” and, as the blog-owner is trying to do now, turn the existing occupents into of no value.

    Romans refered to Palestinians in the 2nd century, Arabs had the reference to the Arabs of the area since the 7th century, the British screwed things up by refering to all occupants as Palestinians so the native Jews were thus as well – and the English use of terms always stick.

    Rashid Khalidi, an historian noted correctly that there has been elements of Palestinians since the Biblical, Roman, Byzantine, Umayyad, Fatimid, Crusader, Ayyubid, Mamluk and Ottoman times. He also takes the view that it needs to be looked at not in an Arab context but that the people go further.

    The subject is reality. The reality was that there were Arabs with a particular Palestinian/Philistine/Phonecian identity there since time was recorded. That in the last two hundred years, which is in fact more important, that they were there along with Ottoman Turks, Jews (who also have always been there), various orthodox Christian groups and a bit of which ever invader had passed.

    As I said before, the reality is that no matter what Arab nationalists want to say or believe, the Jewish State exists and is not going away, and those elements within that Jewish State (and those Jews outside), the Palestinian inhabitants are going to stay as well.

    1. Rashid Khalidi is not a historian but a paid Islamo agit-prop just like you and so many others who falsify history and distort reality to destroy Israel, solker.

      Fitzgerald: The Israeli “occupation” and Rashid Khalidi

      Obama’s friendship with Khalidi, who calls Israel a “racist” state with an “apartheid system” and says America has been “brainwashed” by Israel

      Rashid Khalidi is a supporter of the jihad against Israel. He is a Columbia University professor whom Hugh Fitzgerald terms a “long-time propagandist for the Arabs and quasi-academic engaged for decades in the ‘construction-of-the-Palestinian-identity’ project.” He is also not always honest about his own statements about this — and is apparently a close friend of Barack Obama.

      The ever-vigilant Andrew McCarthy has details, via Stanley Kurtz, at The Corner. Link

  10. But PEA BRAIN Sulkher the Mohammedan ARAB invaders ALREADY have over 80% of wht was the original the Mandate of Palestine and TWO states Syria and Jordan why do they need ANOTHER state and why on Jewish land ? The Jews have less than 20% so why dont their ARAB BROTHERS give those nice ‘Palestinians???” some of their 80%????

  11. Seems the PEA BRAINED Troll Sulkher thinks that all history begins with Mohammad and that ONLY Mohammedans have a ‘right of conquest’ on such illogical unfair stupidity is their claim to the Holy Land.

  12. Its not about land it has never been about land if it was the Mohammedans would have accepted the 1948 UN agreement or the Camp David agreement. No its not about land its just about the perpetual Mohammedan desire to kill Jews.

  13. Solkhar the blasphemer wrote “Rashid Khalidi, an historian …”

    Who just happens to be Vice President of American Task Force on Palestine (formerly American Committee on Jerusalem), which pushes “… the establishment of a democratic state of Palestine living in peace and security alongside Israel in the territories occupied in 1967 in accordance with international law and the relevant United Nations Resolutions.”

    So, Solkhar, Israel is invaded, no weapon formed against it prospers,
    the invaders lose territory & then bitch and moan, and never connect
    the dots to the fact that Israel has a covenant with God to occupy
    much more territory that it does now. Lesson for allah and all his
    bands – do not touch Israel and Jerusalem – it is the Holy Land,
    home of the Temple of God, the place to which Jesus Christ will
    return to rule the nations with a rod of iron.

    The perpetual [satanic] desire to kill Jews will end at Armageddon.

    Where will you be, Solkhar? With your false prophet?

  14. What does Islam offer the world? Nothing but hatred, violence and Koranic fuelled ignorance. This site is a by- product of Islamist actions, we as ordinary law abiding civic minded citizens vent our spleens so to speak, against this violent anachronism called Islam. So Solkhar you are wasting your time prosletysing and defending the indefensible on this blog. With every post you only show how ignorant and brainwashed you are. Your a victim not of a genetic disability but of a self-imposed mental affliction.

  15. Low-life continues not to read postings and dishes personal insults. Many expats, especially Brits are unfortunatley like that. They are unhappy at home, complain about everything, go overseas to reap the benefits of what they think is that they are better than the locals, marry a local but learn nothing from or about the locals and still continue the ever present whinging. They wish to live the life of home but not in it and end up mostly in the pub at a hotel desperately seeking people from their home country.

    It certainly explains their abusivenes and their desrie to constantly open their mouths and debate issues that they have no knowledge about.

    Israel exists as much as the Palestinians do, agreements from the past are only as relevant as those that wish to follow and agree on them, Jordan and Syria have nothing to do with territorial ownership of Palestine and the history and religion is never going to play into it.

  16. Action speak louder than words. The reality is that violent, terrorist, treacherous, militant, despicable, oppressive, and backward behaviors are prevalent among muslims far more than any other significant group on the planet…

  17. Yes actions speak loud and there is no denying that radical and militant Muslims are the number one problem and orchestrators of terror in the last 30 years.

    Your point being?

    Do we wish to make assumptions based on certain facts. We can go further into other fields. The biggest problem with national identity to Britain in South East Asia are British male expats, mostly over 40 whom go and see mail-order brides, enjoy the cheapness of costs, love the food but spend their time in pubs whinging and when confronted with locals, show an arrogance and criticize everything.

    Actions speaker louder than words.

  18. * Yes actions speak loud and there is no denying that radical and militant Muslims are the number one problem and orchestrators of terror in the last 30 years.

    Yes, Solkhar, and muslims orchestrate terror on behalf of allah and the
    false prophet in accordance with the “holy” koran. You’ve read the book,
    you know the blasphemous verses, and you serve your foul and disgusting “god” as well as any suicide bomber.

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