Palestinians accuse settlers of torching vehicle
Yair Altman
Published: 27.01.11, 10:29
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1. Palestinians say
John ,   Herzliya, Israel   (01.27.11)
When we were young, fairy tales started with "Once upon a time..". These days fairy tales start with "Palestinians say.."
Lenise ,   Israel   (01.27.11)
We Have also heard it said that settlers stone Arab villagers and that they set Olive trees and vegetation alight, and then later footage shows that it is the Arabs themselves at the instigation of Left Wingers who are doing the stonethrowing and the burning of trees - what happened to the case where Al Jazeera footage proved that little Arab boy was throwing stones directly in front of car instead of being innocently walking on sidewalk and "attacked" by Jewish driver trying to get his son away from the rocks being thrown! Incidents like these need to be investigated first and true facts obtained before being published in newspapers.
3. This little piece of whining propaganda
Raphael ,   Netanya   (01.27.11)
will not be broadcasted in France. One lonely car torched by Jews would arouse a roaring laughter among arab youths, who every year"s eve torch an average of 30,000 vehicles for fun and demonstration of one upmanship.
4. Who remembers the good 'ol intifada days?
Brian Cohen ,   Judean Peoples Front   (01.27.11)
Palestinians torched hundreds of Israeli cars. They had it down to a fine art of a mixture of something like contact cement, gasoline and something else. At the pinnacle of their firebug efforts, there were often a dozen or more Israeli cars torched every day...not to mention them trying to burn Israelis alive (many unfortunately were) by throwing molotov cocktails through car windows. And, of course, no human rights organization did anything or held a press conference or wrote a report about it. Why? Because the Palestinians convinced them that they have an exemption from the law and can attack Israeli civilians with impunity.
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