Sunday, April 10, 2005

WHAT THE F***?!?!

This is from Arutz-7's email today:

6. Police Brutality in Jerusalem Economy/Society

A Magen David Adom (MDA) ambulance driver reported at least two incidents of severe violence against Jewish worshippers at the hands of Police in Jerusalem's Old City today.
The driver spoke with Arutz-7 on the condition of anonymity.
At around 8:30 AM, the driver said, a 50-year-old hareidi-religious man, having just finished prayers at the Western Wall (Kotel), approached the police station at the back of the Wall plaza. Hundreds of police and special counter-terror units were assembled there in expectation of disturbances and to prevent Jews from ascending the Temple Mount. The man said to several of the policemen, "Why are you helping throw Jews out of their homes?"
"Then," the ambulance driver continued, "about ten policemen, including members of the special Yassam unit, pounced on him. They beat him and forced him into the back room of the station. Eventually the man, who takes medicine for a heart condition, was taken to hospital with severe stomach pains."
Another police attack targeted a resident of Morag, in Gush Katif, who had come to Jerusalem for the Temple Mount prayer event. At around12:30 PM, as he was walking to the Kotel, he was detained by police, having his arm twisted to the extent that his wrist may be seriously fractured. So reports the driver.
The victim was thrown into an unmarked car and brought to the main police station near the Jaffa Gate, known as the Kishleh. There, the driver recounted, he was refused a medic and was choked by chief investigator Yoram Solomon, leaving abrasions and swelling on the man's neck neck. He was also kicked in the lower back.
"We also found abrasions on his upper arms and bruises on his face," the driver told Arutz-7. "He was eventually taken to Bikur Cholim Hospital, but the call for an ambulance was made by a bystander, and when MDA called the police to ascertain the location, they denied the presence of anyone wounded in their station. Eventually MDA personnel arrived at the scene and the police were forced to admit they had a wounded man inside."
The driver said that he wanted his identity withheld, not due to fear of police intimidation, but because he needs to be on the scene to continue to treat the Jews randomly assaulted throughout the day.
And of course, Arabs go on with no trouble at all...
F*** the government...


Anonymous suleiman said...

Why are you censoring the word 'f-a-c-e'? People use it all the time without bleeping it out. I don't understand why you are being so uptight.

Mon Apr 11, 04:32:00 AM 2005  
Blogger Karban Nesanel said...

suleiman, who are you?

Mon Apr 11, 04:39:00 AM 2005  
Anonymous suleiman said...


Mon Apr 11, 05:47:00 AM 2005  
Blogger Karban Nesanel said...

of course...

Mon Apr 11, 07:39:00 AM 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tonny, don't fall into this trap! There seems to be a movement afoot to divorce "dati-leumi" people from the government. It begins with the constant viewing of news as us vs. them. Sharon is horrible to us, they claim. The police are violent to us, they claim. True or false on this is for each of us to decide. But the real tragedy is not incidents, alleged or true, of violence or evil or differences in opinion. The real tragedy is when these peope succeed in divorcing the dati-leumi from their leumi aspect ( for example, the call of one Gush Katif yeshiva to stop reciting hallel on Israel's independence day). The state of Israel is a miraculous thing. It needs work. It needs the input of great people. It needs development and improvement. But let's not divorce ourselves from it. Because once we do, who is there to do the work on it and to thank Hashem for it?
Kol tuv to you from a friend in Medinat Yisrael

Mon Apr 11, 11:57:00 AM 2005  
Blogger Karban Nesanel said...

it needs a government following the Torah, and with no arabs killing us. thats what it needs.

Mon Apr 11, 08:46:00 PM 2005  

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