Wednesday, October 15, 2014

  • Wednesday, October 15, 2014
  • Elder of Ziyon
This photo went viral yesterday on Twitter and elsewhere, and was retweeted by Max Blumenthal among hundreds of others who expressed their disgust at the Jew for screaming at the poor, frightened Arab woman:

But if you look closer at the photo, you see something interesting.

The book that the Arab woman is holding is a Hebrew Psalms!

It seems that she grabbed the Psalms from the Jewish man - just in time for the photographer to show his reaction to having had a holy book stolen from him in broad daylight.

There are other photos from the scene that show another Arab woman physically assaulting the same Jew, although I don't know whether it was taken before or after the photo above::

In fact, it is the Muslim women who created a gauntlet at the Chain Gate where Jews were exiting the Temple Mount. This photo from the same photographer shows things a little more accurately:

(h/t Rotter via Bob Knot)

UPDATE: Another photo of the Muslim woman who grabbed the Jew, grabbing another Jew:

Who's intimidating whom again?

UPDATE 2: Israellycool  and Bob Knot found (fuzzy) video of the scene; the woman seems to grab his Pslams at about 6 seconds in. It is clear that the Arab women are screaming at any Jews who pass by.

UPDATE 3: Bob found a much clearer video showing the exact sequence of events - just as we thought. 

UPDATE 4: More photos showing her with the book and him going to retrieve it:


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