But the fact remains that the perpetrators of this vile act still remain unknown.
Indeed, there are suggestions that since burning people alive is a hallmark of ISIS, that brutal organisation may have killed the unfortunate Palestinian boy in order to foment all-out conflict with Israel.
The assumption that "Jewish settlers" abducted and killed the youngster in retaliation for the murders of the three murdered Israel teenagers has been widespread, beginning from the minute he was reported to have been kidnapped.
Complicit in this have been elements of the mainstream media (including, of course, the Quislingesque rag Ha'aretz) as well as the usual suspects in the West, such as the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PSC), which has all along taken Jewish settler culpability as a given.
(There is a good post about the widespread attitude to the killing, and the fact that that killing might not be what the Israel-bashers assume, here. For some British parliamentary reactions to the entire kidnapping crisis, click here)
Yesterday, in London, members of the PSC were joined by a number of other Israel-delegitimising groups (Friends of Al-Aqsa, the London Palestine Action, the British Muslim Initiative and the Palestinian Forum in Britain, Stop the War Coalition, the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, and inevitably Israel-hating Jews) in demonstrating outside the Israeli Embassy.
|A still from Alex Seymour's video|
'Pro-Palestine campaigners held a 'die in' protest in west London today to highlight what they see as the "horrific escalation of racism and violence" in the country by the Israeli authorities.
Protesters gathered outside the Israeli Embassy close to Kensington High Street to call on Israel to stop attacks on Palestinian citizens and to end its occupation of Gaza.
At one point they brought traffic to a standstill and had to be moved along by police....
The event was sparked by the recent killing of Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khdair....'The event was captured on video by Alex Seymour (aka Seymour Alexander), himself a rabid critic of the Zionist Entity:
I like this post, to which I've just added the link:ReplyDelete
It was NOT self-defense it was wrongful retribution which shames both Israel & the Jewish peopleReplyDelete
Daphne runs a great blog but let's not excuse where we should condem
Colin, please see this:ReplyDelete