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  1. Just finished an interview on Reshet Bet (radio), and while the anchor (Keren Neubach) wouldn’t let me mention the True Name, she did let me mention all the information re Doron Zehavi can be found by googling “Captain George” (and repeated it herself, towards the end of the segment), and she confessed she had no idea what the legal status was.

  2. can i ask one thing

    if the position itself is public….how is the person holding it supposed to remain anonymous?

    btw, in regards to the alleged dos attacks…why did you attack me the last time when i suggested that your security was not up to snuff?

    1. how is the person holding it supposed to remain anonymous?

      You can report that the Jerusalem police Arab affairs liaison is Doron Zahavi (but that’s not much of a story). But you can’t report that Doron Zahavi was responsible for the sodomy rape of Mustafa Dirani. Zahavi has a lifetime pass on being identified in the Israeli media as the author of that travesty.

      why did you attack me the last time when i suggested that your security was not up to snuff?

      I have no idea what you’re talking about. Do you understand that DoS attacks happen via a web host’s server? What does that have to do with me or anything I did or didn’t do?

  3. Shouting protests from rooftops, at dusk, when it’s hard for the police to know which rooftop the shout came from, is a fine Iranian tradition.

    Protestors there also print symbols or unobtrusive messages on banknotes in green. These do not invalidate the currency: they are no different from the scribbled numbers which bank-tellers occasionally put on.

    The rule is that you do not put anything on that is so obtrusive that the person you pass the note to, might be unable to spend it themselves.

    Worth remembering, though, that anyone actually caught doing this in Iran would be dead in fairly short order. They still do it, though, every day.


  4. Rather that be the “friend of the residents”, Jerusalem police seem to be doing what they can to be the “fiends” of the residents.

    Rather than creating an atmosphere of trust in order to meet the problems and differences face to face, the people chosen to “advise” and the secrecy involved all do the opposite.

  5. Sort of semi-on-topic:

    German officials seem to be using new powers of Euro-injunction to stop the bereaved relatives of David Gray, or the British press, from even mentioning the name of Daniel Ubani. Only a few archive reports about him were on the BBC website last night, and there was no trace of any of Sally Chidzoy’s special reports about him. The archive reports that are left cover a coroner’s inquest in Wisbech in which his name was mentioned.

    Dr Ubani killed David Gray and came pretty close to killing other patients when acting as a locum GP in East Anglia, he fled back to Germany, where the authorities cooperatively immediately found him guilty of a minor accidental killing charge and fined him a nominal amount. Under European law, this meant that the UK could not seek his extradition for manslaughter, as that would be “double jeopardy”. However, anyone who flouts the injunction risks arrest and extradition to Germany, and the new European extradition procedures make it impossible to appeal, no matter how gross the abuse of process.

    So, were Israel to prosecute Doran Zahavi for common assault, perhaps, and bind him over for a year or fine him fifty shekels, using the German logic they could resist any attempt to extradite him to the Hague on the double jeopardy rule. If Israel joined the EU, they could demand the extradition of protestors to face defamation proceedings!

    Just a thought. Anyway, publishing the words “Daniel Ubani” appears to distress the German establishment (not quite the same as the government) as much as the words “Doran Zahavi” upset the state of Israel.

    BTW: they seem to have given up scanning the net for “Doran Zahavi” for the time being.

  6. How brave this monster’s victims are, to speak of their plight and to take legal action. I hope Doran Zahavi gets locked up away from human beings. And I hope that his victims all, whether they speak out or not, receive the support and counselling they might need to recover from such violation.

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