Savagery beyond measure. And remember: these are the jihad terrorists that Marc Lamont Hill supports and defends.
The victim says: “When I heard that there was a terror attack against children, I got up and stopped the attack. What did I do wrong? That I stopped the bloodshed? Why should they burn me? I underwent an interrogation like under Da’ash (Arabic acronym for the Islamic State terror group) in Syria….For two weeks, I was with my head upside down and my legs right side up, until my head swelled. [I was given] hot and cold showers. They put me in a closet with a net and threw all the dirt at me. They hit me where I had the surgery; I had to sit on a glass bottle.”
But the Israelis treated him like a human being: “They gave me food to eat, on Ramadan they respected me. Here a dog lives better than a human being lives there. I became connected with the people that live in justice.”
“This is one of the worst human rights violations in the world. It doesn’t interest the left, nor the organizations that are called human rights organizations.” So says MK Bezalel Smotrich, and he is absolutely right. If the UN were remotely sane, it would be issuing condemnations not of Israel, but of the “Palestinian” Authority. Instead, nothing but silence on this. And that silence is sanction of the PA’s savagery.
“PA Tortures Arab ‘ISIS Style’ for Preventing Terror Attack on Israeli Children,” United with Israel, December 19, 2018:
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Details of the shocking plight of Arab detainees held by the Palestinians Authority were exposed last week when the Knesset’s Internal Affairs and Environment Committee held a special session on the PA’s torture practices and what Israel should do about it.
Walid, an Arab who was arrested and tortured by the PA for helping to prevent the slaughter of Israeli children, recalled how he received a death sentence “because I prevented a terror attack. I did holy work.”
“Thanks to that, children are being raised and weren’t killed, and I did the job,” he added. “The punishment I received was the death sentence, because I wanted peace rather than terror attacks.”
“When I heard that there was a terror attack against children, I got up and stopped the attack. What did I do wrong? That I stopped the bloodshed? Why should they burn me? I underwent an interrogation like under Da’ash (Arabic acronym for the Islamic State terror group) in Syria.”
He recounted how “for two weeks, I was with my head upside down and my legs right side up, until my head swelled. [I was given] hot and cold showers. They put me in a closet with a net and threw all the dirt at me. They hit me where I had the surgery; I had to sit on a glass bottle.”
Israel ‘Respected Me’
In contrast, Walid also sat with an interrogator in Israel. “They gave me food to eat, on Ramadan they respected me. Here a dog lives better than a human being lives there. I became connected with the people that live in justice,” Walid said.
“Why did I stop a terror attack? From a young age, I was brought up in mosques and brainwashed that the Jews took the land. I entered an Israeli prison for auto theft. There they performed an operation on my leg. I received treatment and rehabilitation. I saw that this people [the Israelis], whom I was told is bad, provides me with assistance. I returned to the territories [PA] with a different mindset, that this people really helps others,” he explained.
Attorney Kedem Barak, who represents 63 Palestinians who were tortured by the PA, told the committee that there has been “electric shock, nail-pulling, castration. Three women, two of whom were murdered without trial; the third woman was tortured and her eye was gouged out.”
“Laila lost her husband due to the suspicion that he collaborated with Israel… Laila’s son was arrested under the suspicion that he collaborated [with Israel]. His sister was brought to jail in order to make him confess. He confessed, and several hours later, they called the mother to come and take the girl’s body. They arrested Laila and her sister. Her sister was found shot on the street. And they gouged out Laila’s eye,” he recalled the horrific details.
Acting Committee Chairman MK Bezalel Smotrich said that “the state of Israel’s silence in the face of the torture of Arab residents during their arrest in the Palestinian Authority is the most unethical [situation].”
‘Worst Human Rights Violations in the World’
He said Israel must allocate resources and provide tools to combat the PA’s violence.
“We don’t want to be occupiers, but it is ‘okay’ for them be tortured, raped and murdered? We bear the responsibility by virtue of our moral duty as the Jewish people… this is one of the worst human rights violations in the world. It doesn’t interest the left, nor the organizations that are called human rights organizations. It’s racism,” Smotrich asserted….
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