Thursday, January 06, 2011

Catch And Release - Abbas Frees Terrorist After Murder Of 4 Israelis

Four months ago, 'Palestinian' gunmen from Hamas murdered four Israeli Jews near the town of Beit Chaggai in Judea, at the Bani Naim junction just south of Hebron.

The Israelis were fired upon as they drove down the highway, after a checkpoint was removed to 'bolster the Palestinian Authority'. Removing the checkpoint also helped the murderers escape.

Investigation showed that the gunmen approached the vehicle after it went off the road, pulled the bodies from the car and shot the victims multiple times at point-blank range to make sure all of them were dead.

Yitzchak and Talya Imas (Z"l) left six children orphans, and Talya Imas was nine months' pregnant when she was brutally murdered by the terrorists.

Kochava Even-Chaim(Z"l) was a teacher in Efrat who left behind her husband and an 8-year-old daughter, and Avishai Shindler(Z"L) had only recently moved to Beit Haggai with his wife.

The killers were subsequently arrested by the Palestinian Authority, and the Israelis were assured that they would be tried and sentenced under 'Palestinian' law.

Today, PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas decided to release one of the killers. Wael Bitar was let out of a PA prison along with five other Hamas terrorists, according to Voice of Israel radio.The release of the others is expected shortly.

There has been a great deal of noise about the 'Palestinians' so-called increased security co-operation. The reality is that not only has the Palestinian Authority never punished anyone for murdering Jews, they actually have a ministry that pays a monthly salary to terrorists convicted in Israeli civilian courts of of killing civilians.

This should hardly surprise anyone. Abbas refers to these thugs as 'heroes of freedom' and has insisted that there will be no peace agreement without these murderers being freed. Indeed the 'Palestinian' fetish for murder of Jews even extends to granting honorary citizenship to brutal child killer Samir Kuntar

The question in my mind is not what Abbas has done or will do, but what the Israelis are going to do.

Are they going to let this go as collateral damage, part of the farcical 'peace process'? Or are they going to finally acknowledge reality?

I guarantee you, this story won't appear in Western mainstream media. It doesn't fit the script.

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