|Subject: [Hangout-NYLXS] Rather all the Swedes be dead then a single Jew
I'm fed up with this equation that Jews should allow themselves to be
killed in equal numbers to Palestinians attacking Jews on the streets
of Jerusalem and Hebron. It would be better if NO Jews are killed in
attacks by Palestinians and the Palestinians that attack Jews ALL died.
Here is something for you Swedie...
Every Palestinian arab who attacks a Jew should be executed on the spot
and a member of the Swedish diplomatic corp should be executed with
them... just for good measure.
Israel applies lethal response to wave of Palestinian attacks
By Luke Baker,Reuters 8 hours ago
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By Luke Baker
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - By now, the news alerts are all too familiar:
"Stabbing near Old City: Israeli wounded, attacker shot dead", read a
recent bulletin. Another came by text message on Wednesday: "Stabbing
attack: 2 wounded, one light, terrorist shot dead."
Over the past 2-1/2 months, since a wave of violence by Palestinians
targeting Israelis began on Oct. 1, 19 Israelis and a U.S. citizen have
been killed in shootings, stabbings and car-rammings across Israel,
Jerusalem and the West Bank.
It is the worst surge in violence many Israelis have experienced since
the second Palestinian uprising, or intifada, ended a decade ago. This
time, as security makes access to firearms difficult, attackers rely on
knives and other blades. More than 200 Israelis have been wounded, many
of them seriously, according to the Israeli Security Agency.
Over the same period, 106 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli
soldiers, police or civilians either in the aftermath of attacks, on
suspicion that they were about to carry out an attack or in related
violence, according to a Reuters count and figures from the Palestinian
The disparity in the number killed on each side - and the fact more than
13,500 Palestinians have been injured, including many in demonstrations,
according to the Palestinian Health Ministry - has led to accusations by
rights groups and others that Israel is using excessive force to quell
The United States, the European Union and the United Nations have all
expressed concern, saying that while they recognize Israel's right to
self-defense, restraint is necessary to ensure the violence does not
On Oct. 21, shortly after Jerusalem's mayor had urged Israelis with gun
licenses to carry their weapons, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry
warned about vigilantism.
"We urge everybody to exercise restraint and restrain from any kind of
self-help in terms of the violence," he said.
Kerry was vilified in Israel for his remarks, with commentators
suggesting he was being soft on terrorism. But since then Sweden has
gone further, with Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom referring to
While her office said her comments to the Swedish parliament last week
were misunderstood and "blown out of reasonable proportion", Wallstrom
cited the discrepancy she saw between the number of Israelis and
"This is what I say in other situations where the response is such that
it results in extrajudicial executions or is disproportionate in that
the number of people killed on that side exceeds the original number of
deaths many times over," she said, according to a transcript released to
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immediately called his Swedish
counterpart to complain, accusing Wallstrom of applying a double
standard since she had not said the same thing about the response to
attacks in Paris or San Bernadino.
"This is the second time she refers to Israel and says things that are
unacceptable to us and are not true," he said.
HIGH DEATH TOLL
In Israel, a country that has fought repeated wars and uprisings over
its 67-year history, where most do military service and it is common to
see people carrying weapons, any suggestion of excessive use of force is
Comparisons with London, where a man stabbed three people at a station
last week and was subdued by police using a Taser gun, are dismissed out
of hand, with defenders of Israel's response pointing out that it has
faced months of daily stabbings and the political and security context
is acutely different.
Comparisons with other places gripped by unrest are difficult, but the
numbers show a high percentage of people who carry out attacks are
killed rather than detained.
Data compiled by Israeli researcher Nehemia Gershuni-Aylho, using
information from news reports, emergency responders, the police and
others, shows that 74 of 123 Palestinian attackers have been shot dead
since Oct. 1 - exactly 60 percent.
The Israeli Foreign Ministry, using different sources and methodology,
compiled data from the police, army and security services and broke the
attacks down into two categories: short-range (stabbings, shootings and
car-rammings) and longer-range (stone-throwing, fire bombings).
It told Reuters that out of 127 close-range attacks, 61 assailants had
been killed - 48 percent of the total. For longer-range violence, one in
three assailants were killed.
"Claims of extrajudicial killings are totally wrong and mistaken and the
figures demonstrate it," said Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel
Nahshon, adding that Palestinian assailants are often treated in Israeli
hospitals and brought to justice.
From the Palestinian perspective, there is no question that Israel,
which has occupied the West Bank and East Jerusalem since 1967 and
limits Palestinians' movement throughout areas they want for a state, is
carrying out extrajudicial killings.
"The majority of Palestinians are being shot and killed on the spot,
whether they represent a threat or not," said Palestinian legislator
Hanan Ashrawi, adding that she believed the number of assailants killed
was well above 60 percent.
"These killings are in most cases carried out by fully armed military or
police," she told Reuters. "They are carrying out on-the-spot
executions. They are extrajudicial and a crime."
(Writing by Luke Baker; editing by Giles Elgood)
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