What the Guardian won’t report: 32% of Palestinians SUPPORT Fogel family massacre in Itamar

According to a joint Israeli Palestinian poll, 32% of Palestinians support the slaughter of the Fogel family in Itamar last month.

Just as a reminder, terrorists butchered five members of the Fogel family, including three children – 11, 4, and 3 months.

As we reported previously, the 11-year-old, Yoav, had his throat slit so deep that his head was nearly severed.  And, the 3-month old baby, Hadas, was murdered by a stab to her skull.

Yet nearly a third of Palestinians surveyed apparently saw this brutal murder of innocent Jewish children as a legitimate form of “resistance”.

Reasonable people can of course disagree with the decision to build in Judea and Samaria, but the intentional slaughter of innocent civilians who live in such communities is no less hideous than the murder of those killed on the other side of the 1949 Armistice lines.

Those who demonize and routinely peddle in callous invectives against such Israelis should be properly held accountable.

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  1. 32% is not entirely bad actually. In the height of the Intifada it might have been higher. That a majority of Palestinians don’t blindly support any murder of Jews is progress (I’m guessing a sample of Gazans alone would be different)

    What would the support percentage be in an anonymous poll of foreign reporters from the Guardian, New Statesman, the Independent, and the BBC…?

  2. The problem that you miss is the reason behind this high percent.

    It is the “eye for an eye” mentality which is deeply rooted in their mentra that is the cause.

    A Muslim kid dies than a Jewish one must die as well.
    This sick world view which is coming from that region and is being inforced by twisted Islamic versions is what we see today.

    Had the Israeli choose to do the same they would have shot the first passer by they saw accross the fence.

  3. The Guardian, as one of the prime movers of the Dhimmi International, contributes to the millenarian, and hopelessly utopian, belief in global Islamic revolution, promoted by, among others, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Organization of Islamic Conference (Obama and his hench people may well be included here).

    The Guardian in a nutshell: a water-carrier and crusading force for the Islamic Holy War. Therefore, to be anti-Guardian is to be anti-Islamic and vice versa.

    What complicates the picture, of course, is the liberal left baggage that the Guardian carries with it, but which in any case appears to be jettisoned with ease should this come into conflict with Muslim sensibilities.

    Perhaps not so complicated then: the Guardian is the enemy writ large, and should be fought at every level in order to thwart its delusional and holy aims.

  4. Lessons from the Ivory Coast for the Bash-Israel Mob – see frontpage here

    Quote: Yet this is precisely the fashionable “solution” to the Middle East conflict being promoted by the Bash-Israel Lobby. The bigots and boycotters demand that Israel agree to be demolished and enfolded into a larger “bi-national state,” one that would be dominated by Arabs and Muslims. Such an experiment in “bi-nationalism” would end in the best-case scenario as a civil war resembling the one in the Ivory Coast, and in the worst-case scenario in a Rwandan-style genocide. Ultimately, a new genocide against Jews is exactly what the Anti-Israel Lobby seeks. It is also the hidden agenda of the “BDS” (or Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) movement of economic aggression against Israel, and its close ally, the “Israel Apartheid Week” Hitlerjugend. Endquote

  5. Fooledmeonce, I guess not, and yes, it’s probably higher in Gaza. As for the MSM they are so far gone that they believe their own lies.

    Itsik, you are correct, and it almost beggars belief that societies who believe in this kind of barbarism can survive at all, let alone present a credible threat to their neighbours. I would add to your rationale the consummate failure across the board of what I would call their long term reasoning. These are impulse driven and totally ignorant of cause and effect and where they are located within that.