July 3, 2014 at 11:56 (Collective Punishment, DesertPeace Exclusive, Ethnic Cleansing, FaceBook, Israel, Palestine, zionist harassment)
Screenshot of Noam Perel’s Facebook status Photo: screenshot
In a post written on Monday, World Bnei Akiva secretary general Rabbi Noam Perel wrote: “Three corpses of our youths were found cast on the field, an entire nation and thousands of years of history demands revenge, the government of Israel is convening for a revenge hearing which is not about mourning, the master of the house has gone crazy at the sight of the corpses of its sons, a government which will turn the army that was searching into vengeful soldiers, soldiers that will not stop at 300 Philistine foreskins.”
The last line referring to “Philistine foreskins” is a biblical reference to the book of Samuel in which the future King David wages war against the ancient Philistines killing 200 of them and bringing back their foreskins as proof for King Saul.
Perel concluded his post writing “The humiliation will be atoned by the blood of the enemy and not by our tears.” (FROM)
He subsequently deleted the post and then issued an apology, saying his comments were misunderstood.
“My words have been misrepresented due to their biblical and poetic style. I deeply and unreservedly apologize for the anger that this has caused,” Perel wrote on Thursday.
“Particularly in times of national tragedy it is incumbent upon leaders and educators to be more precise and careful in words than I have demonstrated.” (Also FROM)
As can be seen in my Previous Post, the damage from such sentiments began before his post was deleted on FaceBook.
World Bnei Akiva chief calls for price of ‘blood’ for Israeli teens’ murder
Rabbi Noam Perel, secretary-general of world youth movement since 2012, urges government to turn IDF into an army of avengers, ‘which will not stop at 300 Philistine foreskins.’*
Facebook group named ‘The people of Israel demand revenge’ rakes in over 35,000 members in two days, many of whom are soldiers; Israeli army: Commanders will take a heavy hand against soldiers involved in this serious incident.*
This hatred is going viral in the Western Media as well as on the Net …. but no attempts to remove this type of virtual terrorism on FaceBook can be found.
BETHLEHEM – Thousands of Israeli soldiers and civilians have joined social media campaigns calling for the murder of Palestinians since the discovery of three missing Israeli youths on Monday.
Hundreds of photos have been posted on Facebook accounts and Twitter calling for revenge following the killing of three Israeli teens who went missing on June 12.
A Facebook page entitled “The People of Israel Demand Vengeance!” gained over 36,000 likes in just under two days before being removed, as users posted pictures of themselves holding signs demanding revenge.
Israeli soldiers, some of whom may currently serve in the occupied territories, posted pictures online calling for the death of Palestinians.
“Let us mow them down!”
“We will not forget and not forgive. We want revenge.”
“Blood=blood, we want revenge. Give the army the chance to win.”
A screenshot taken from a Facebook page calling on IsraeliThe online incitement campaign is the latest in a series of social media movements in Israel defending or promoting violence by Israeli forces.
authorities to kill Palestinian “terrorists” every hour.
In April, a Facebook page created to support an Israeli soldier who cocked his gun and aimed at Palestinian teenagers in Hebron received over 60,000 likes.
The soldier, from the elite Nahal infantry unit, was suspended after video footage of the incident emerged.
Following the disappearance of three Israel teens on June 12, over 10,000 people joined an online campaign to kill a Palestinian “terrorist” every hour until the teens were returned to their families.
The online campaigns have manifested into brutal attacks on Palestinians.
Late Tuesday, a Palestinian teenager, Muhammad Abu Khdeir, was kidnapped in Shufat and his body was later found in west Jerusalem.
The murder is suspected to be a “revenge” attack by Israeli settlers.
Earlier Tuesday, hundreds of Israelis marched through Jerusalem’s town center chanting “Death to Arabs!”.
A mob of young Israelis then tried to attack a Palestinian worker at a McDonald’s restaurant in Jerusalem while a young Israeli was arrested for spraying pepper spray at a Palestinian taxi driver.
Numerous racist attacks were reported across Jerusalem and Israel.
Israeli minister of justice, Tzipi Livni, on Wednesday condemned the social media campaign.
Days earlier, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote on his official twitter account: “Vengeance for the blood of a small child, Satan has not yet created. Neither has vengeance for the blood of 3 pure youths who were on their way home to their parents who will not see them anymore.”
butlincat: "A call to openly murder others? Outrageous disgraceful actions by satan's minions - and they dare to use the word "God" in their lives - the sooner these people are locked up forever the better - and safer - the world will be. The characters are evil personified and understand only one word - "destroy" - be it human life or anything else. And im not even Jewish but recognise demons when I see them!!"