Arutz Sheva, the settler’s news portal, reveals that Meir Kahane’s grandson, Meir David Kahane (which was also his grandfather’s full name), 17, was arrested and is a suspect in the arson attack on a West Bank mosque in the village of Yasuf. The latter neighbors the radical Israeli settlement of Kfar Tapuach, where the young Kahane lives. Both his grandfather and parents were murdered by Arab militants in separate incidents.
The Israeli police refused to name the suspect, though the Jerusalem Post identified him as a Kahane “relative.” But Arutz Sheva seems less bound by such pledges of privacy and revealed the boy’s identity.
I should also remind readers that this is the same Kfar Tapuach where Kahane-wannabe Jewish terrorist, Ephraim Khantsis, was hanging out for the past four months telling anyone within earshot that Jack Teitel, another Israeli-American terrorist on trial for several acts of murder and maiming, was a good Jewish boy and the Palis only got what they deserved, etc., etc. The IDF recently issued an order expelling Khantsis from the West Bank for six months.
Eden Natan Zenda, another Israeli Jewish terrorist who shot up an Israeli Arab bus and killed four, also lived in Kfar Tapuach after deserting from the IDF. That place is a regular font of brotherly love.
Can we anticipate even bigger and better acts of hatred from the Kahane clan in the future? Perhaps graduating from arson to murder to avenge their own parents’ murders? Where will it all end?
H/t to Eileen Read.