Wednesday, October 23, 2013

  • Wednesday, October 23, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
Yesterday the media reported:
An Islamic Jihad member, who took part in the planning of a 2012 Tel Aviv bus bombing during Operation Pillar of Defense, was killed in an exchange of fire with the IDF at a cave hideout near the West Bank village of Bil’in, security forces announced on Tuesday.

Muhammad Asi, of the Palestinian village of Bet Likya, was one of the planners of the bus attack that injured 29 civilians in Tel Aviv, the IDF said.

The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) spent months tracking down his location, before homing in on his hideout in the cave, where he had been staying for several weeks.
Initially, Islamic Jihad admitted that Asi was a member but didn't say whether he was behind the bus bombing.

Today, they are bragging about it, as they declared him a "martyr." Apparently terror groups believe that if they don't declare someone a martyr, Allah won't know enough to place the deceased into paradise. That's why even terrorists who die of heart attacks and car accidents get declared to be "martyrs" as well.

Here is a photo from the press conference. You gotta love press conferences where the speakers are all masked and holding AK-47s.

Islamic Jihad declared that they will continue to fight Israel "until the last bullet." (The same source has a gory photo of Asi's body, too, if you are into that kind of thing, which apparently many terrorist fans are.)

When official PA news agency WAFA reported the news, they pointedly didn't mention a thing about the bus bombing. It was just an innocent Palestinian Arab man killed in cold blood by the IDF. Which makes them a great source for Mondoweiss-type "journalism."

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