The slightest bit of kindness, the smallest gesture of humanity, is ruthlessly suppressed. The “Palestinians” routinely exhort their people to hatred and genocide of the Jews on “Palestinian” TV. Even children’s shows inculcate this hatred, rage, and violence. And so Colonel Ahmad Abu al-Rub, in performing a simple act of kindness for Israeli soldiers, has to be punished. The entire “Palestinian” culture is built on this hatred and rage, and will collapse if “Palestinians” are allowed to begin to see Jews as human beings. Here yet again we see the truth of the adage: in any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man.
“Palestinian police chief is suspended for helping Israeli soldiers fix a flat tyre in the West Bank,” Associated Press, November 15, 2018:
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A Palestinian police chief has been suspended after he was photographed helping Israeli soldiers fix a flat tire in the West Bank.
Colonel Ahmad Abu al-Rub was referred to an ‘investigative committee’ after an image of him kneeling down in front of an Israeli soldier caused outrage online.
Al-Rub was accused of assisting the Israeli ‘occupation’ by helping the soldiers.
It is not clear exactly when the incident took place, though images began circulating on social media earlier this week.
Al-Rub, the Hebron district chief, had seen the vehicle blocking a road and went to order the soldiers to move it.
When he got there he discovered the jeep was stuck after bursting a tire, and offered to help get it out of the way.
Elsewhere, four Israeli border guards were injured near Jerusalem after a knifeman made his way into a police base.
The assailant was seriously wounded as he was overpowered by officers during the rare attack inside a security force base late on Wednesday.
The attacker, who was not immediately identified, had scaled a fence around the base between the Palestinian neighbourhood of Jabel Mukabar and the settler district of Armon Hanatziv before being spotted.
Local media reported that one of the Israeli soldiers was injured by friendly fire, but police would not confirm or deny this.
A wave of stabbing attacks against Israelis by lone-wolf Palestinian assailants erupted in 2015 but has since become sporadic….
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