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  1. RE: “Possibly because the image is so bizarre making the suspect look a bit like a gay hairdresser.” – R.S.

    MY COMMENT: Perhaps he was insired by Sacha Baron Cohen’s ‘Brüno Gehard’ character. Or possibly it was just a misguided attempt to look like someone from “the West” for his Facebook photo. At any rate, the two photos look like they are of entirely different people.

    Brüno Fading Fast after First Day (JPEG image) – http://www.brunomovie.org/gossip/bruno-fading-fast-after-first-day/

    1. If you consider that the bearded photo was taken after he may’ve murdered five people, been arrested & tortured by the Shabak, he indeed would look different than the Facebook photo. Also, the latter looks like it was taken at least a yr or two before and he is therefore older in the Shabak photo.

  2. I didn’t really expected you to connect the dots.
    but i did
    so especially for you: Itamar is occupied by religious residents,
    Rotter is owned and managed by….a religious guy.
    The residents of itamar knew about the arrest as the murder was reconstructed in their community, and most likely found the identity of the murderer. the distance to rotter was very short.

    And Yoav Even… it appeared first at the comments of רדיקל מקלדת on april 4th, it was later edited.
    do you see a connection between the owner of רדיקל מקלדת and you ?

    1. The picture was published at Rotter BEFORE the reconstruction. The residents of Itamar were evacuated during the reconstruction so no one would see the suspects. This is all generally known by people who read the Israeli press carefully. Were you on holiday then?

      The story about Even appeared in Rotter too & he was named there probably before whatever site you named. It too was taken down.

      1. I love it when you play innocent.
        רדיקל מקלדת = רחביה ברמן a friend of yours according to google
        and the source of your many stories i assume.
        yet you somehow don’t know his site.
        and guess what, your friend Shunra (google רדיקל מקלדת שונרא) has been writing on his blog for a while now, imagine that, the dots are connecting.
        as i said before you guys are getting paid by the same guys (using your very basic knowledge)

        1. Funny, Rechavia Berman and I collaborated on ONE story. I’ve written 4,000 blog posts & you think Rechavia and I are bosom buddies because of a one time collaboration. I’ve got news for you. I don’t know the name of his blog because I don’t read it (though I have read the online news portal he edits fr. time to time though infrequently). Rechavia is NOT the source of ANY of my stories. Remember again what assuming make you…

          I don’t know which sites Dena writes for. As for the dots connecting, hardly.

  3. one can read a lot of crazy shift on the web.

    this post was ….. of interest.

    it made me realize that I’ve never even thought to look at pictures of young men to see which ones might appear as “gay hairdressers”.

    quite an eye, Richard, and a unusual gauge on the tracks of your train of thought.

    do some pictures of teen-aged females strike you as “gay hairdresserish” ?

    1. The snark is really fun & all, but I’ve lost patience. You’re moderated & if you want to continue wasting people’s time w. the snark you’ll deliver yr punch lines in places other than here. Your choice.

      Wow, you lasted how long at the Mondoweiss comment threads? Are you seeking a new world’s record for being banned?

      1. Richard, there is nothing “snarky” about what I’m asking you.
        Perhaps you didn’t realize how demeaning and cruel your comment was. How homophobic and inappropriate and how you’re using some odd sort of stereotyping.

        Do you really think that there’s a way that LGBT youths LOOK?

  4. The “gay hairdresser” comment raises an interesting thought. I remeber reading a few weeks ago that male hairdressers in Gaza, be they gay or otherwise, were forbidden to cut women’s hair or something of that nature.
    Is it possible that this young man, of “gay hairdresser” appearance, was strong armed by this same sort of muscle, this time obvioulsy in the West Bank, into commiting these heinous crimes in order that he or his family would not befall even greater shame at the hands of Palestinian govt thugs? Maybe they had something on him.
    To bad, if he is gay, he does not live 20 miles west, where in Tel Aviv there is a whole gay community living in freedom and safety.

    1. RE: “To bad, if he is gay, he does not live 20 miles west, where in Tel Aviv there is a whole gay community living in freedom and safety.” – Duhay


      (excerpts) The 2009 Tel Aviv gay centre shooting resulted in the deaths of two people and injuries to at least fifteen others at the Tel Aviv branch of the Israeli GLBT Association…
      As of May 2011, the crime remains unsolved *
      …On the evening of August 1 at around 23:00, an unknown person with firearms entered the “Aguda” building in Tel Aviv, and opened fire on the crowd attending an Israeli Gay Youth (IGY) event, and immediately escaped thereafter. Two people were killed, and fifteen were wounded. The police had launched a search campaign to find the shooter, and in addition immediately closed most of the entertainment places for the gay community that operated during the same time of the shooting event, for fear of additional shooting.
      The gunman entered the building where a weekly event was being held (in the basement), shot in several directions and then fled on foot.[2][5][6] The building was frequented by gay teenagers who engage in social activities and listen to music.[6][11] The centre was small with one terrace; thus preventing anyone from escaping.[6] They instead hid under a bed and tables as shots were fired.[6][11] Israeli television said the crime scene was a “bloodbath”.[7]…
      The shooter was masked, dressed in black and used a pistol to carry out his attack.[2][5][8][11][12] It is not believed his motive was related to nationalist terror but the exact motive is currently unclear.[2] The city’s gay community stated the killer had a homophobic motive while police have cautioned people that the attack may not have been a hate crime and that the motive remains unknown…

      SOURCE – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Tel_Aviv_gay_centre_shooting
      * P.S. Compare this to the investigation of the murders that occurred on 03/11/11 in the West Bank settlement of Itamar.
      ALSO SEE WIKIPEDIA – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Itamar_attack

  5. A ‘gay hairdresser’…. ?? Richard you must be joking, we are talking about a Facebook snapshot. The only thing, apart from the interesting Shabak connections, we can learn here is that even -suspected- murderers are, actually, people. (Which in itself is disturbung enough….That and the fact that a suspect is named and shamed even before being convicted in court.)

  6. I think there is an explanation for that, that is not conspiratory.

    It was not a problem for anyone to know his name and identity. There are many people who have friend journalists who know his name. As you say, you yourself published his name before it was published in Israel .
    Does that mean that you are you connected to the Shabak? 🙂

    When they knew his identity, it was not a problem to search in google and find his facebook page.
    Google and other sites (like the internet archive), save the webpage even if it was taken down , so it is possible that it was possible to get to the webpage via the google link to the “Cached”/saved webpage.

    The picture might not have been taken down from the webserver, although the facebook page was taken down, so it was possible to find out from the “Cached” page, the link to the picture.

    That is all, no big conspiracy.

  7. Your evidence is a bit circumstantial but your claim might well be right. In that sense the Rotter people aren’t that different from you. You have your sources (including, if I recall correctly someone from Ehud Barak’s inner circle) and they have theirs. You have your agenda and they have theirs. That’s an inherent aspect of opinionative reporting (although I don’t think the Rotter guys can be considered as journalists per se).

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