4 killed in Beersheba bank; shooter kills himself
Ilana Curiel
Published: 20.05.13, 15:32
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1. Secular killing & robbing people in Beer Sheva
How's that? We thought if they'd learn "core" subjects they'd be more refined and better people.
2. It wasn't random
E ,   Tel Aviv/New York   (05.20.13)
Sounds like he was pissed off at the bank, doesn't surprise me with there disgustingly predatory tactics. We need a change, no more robbing our own citizens!
3. Beer Sheva
Ineke ,   Israel   (05.20.13)
The person who killed people at the bank was he Jewish like you mention or a Bedouin like other sources say?
4. Police
The Israeli Police claiming that it's not terrorism since the suspect was Jewish. May has he been Arab it would have been terrorism? This country is sick and obviously full of sickos
5. #1 - Yeshiva Subjects and Haredi Molestation
SteveR ,   Dallas USA   (05.20.13)
In the US we have Haredi after Haredi child molesters, tax evaders, fraud artists being caught and convicted. I thought if they only learned in Yeshiva, they would be become moral and better people.
6. #1 please get help
Haim ,   TA   (05.20.13)
Geee so every secular person is a potential murderer, thats strange as i am secular my only crime so far is a parking ticket, i dont live my life my according to medevil religious rules or think that by donning a kippah puts me morally and superior to everyone else but somehow i inherited a sense of right and wrong, since you are so morally superior to us mere mortals you might want to check out: "You shall not take vengeance or bear a grudge against your kinsfolk. Love your neighbor as yourself: I am the LORD. "—Leviticus 19:18[10]
7. I guess we're more like the US than we tought
8. My hatred of the banks in Israel goes very deep
Raptor   (05.20.13)
They are blood suckers of the first degree. 99% of the staff are rude and uncouth. I have done, and still do, banking in three other countries, when I enter a bank in Europe I am treated with respect and in a most professional and gentlemanly manner, no matter what the size or nature of my account. I am loathe to enter a bank in Israel, the very thought puts me off, when I do finally enter I find myself being treated like a nobody. It is just another symptom of the sick society that Israel has become.
9. Right on No. 8! I'm with you on that one.
Rich ,   Toronto, Canada   (05.20.13)
Bank service in Israel is horrible. They treat their fellow Jews like dirt. You definitely get better treatment from the gentiles. It's a sad day in Israel when Jews can't treat each other with love.
MELECH ,   USA   (05.20.13)
Everyone should stop being so naive, and assume that Jews don't commit heinous crimes against other Jews. It happens not only in Israel, but also in the USA. In Israel, there are well over 250 homicides per year. Many of them are Jew against other Jews. There have been cases where shopkeepers have been held up, and shot dead. There was an Israeli-American, aged 60, who was killed by some young punks in Jerusalem, because he didn't have any cigarettes to give them. Unfortunately, as with any other country, Israel has it share of deviants, low lifes, disturbed individuals, as well as organized criminals. It is a shanda, but also a fact of life!
11. Wrong Comparison
Jake ,   Haifa Israel   (05.20.13)
What people in Israel do not understand is that the institution to measure against are not US banks, but US credit card companies. In Israel everyone is in overdraft. This concept does not exist in the US, people use credit cards to go into short term and even long term debt. And I can tell you, the US credit card companies are vampires 1000X worse than any Israeli bank. And the fees are worse too. And totally impersonal - you only speak to people on the phone if you are even lucky, they may speak an understandable English. You have to make the apples to apples comparison. Banks to banks is the wrong comparison.
12. 10 Tora study keeps Jews from....
Mayim ,   Israel   (05.21.13)
violent crimes.
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