Sunday, October 26, 2014

  • Sunday, October 26, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
The videos coming out of Silwan are unbelievable.

Not just their content, but also the fact that such explicit Jew-hatred by Arabs is not condemned by any so-called "progressives."

Last week, some Jews legally bought houses in what had been a Jewish neighborhood before Arabs moved in - and then expelled the Jews in the 1920s and 1930s.  This is considered an unspeakable crime by the Arabs, and the rest of the world chooses to twist the wording of the Geneva Conventions to pretend that Jews voluntarily buying houses is equivalent to people moving involuntarily.

Here is an Arab woman who is taunting one of the Jews who bought a house in Silwan by repeatedly poking out a rag that is patching up a hole in his front door window. She rhetorically asks, "Where are the police?" before telling the reporter that this is an exclusively Arab neighborhood - no Jews.

The title of this Arab news video is "Continuing violations of Jewish settlers against Palestinians."

Here you can see fireworks and firebombs being shot at Jews in Silwan last week. When a Molotov cocktail hits what appears to be a fire engine pouring water on a previous fire, the crowd cheers.

Here's a close-up look at last night's rioters.


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