25 thoughts on “Echoing Nazi Tactics, IDF Patrol Threatens to Exterminate Palestinian Refugee Camp with “Gas” – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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    1. This jackass just called himself “Chacham” in Hebrew, which means “wise.” I can’t bear using the term in reference to him.

      I do thank him for familiarizing me with a Biblical book I’m not very familiar with, Proverbs, which says (& he quotes above): “A fool believes everything.” Unfortunately, for him Times of Israel has just confirmed that the story is true.

      Does Proverbs say anything like “he who doubts the word of a just man is himself a fool?” If not, it should.

  1. That was yesterday.

    Today Bibi is trying to backpaddle on his “The Mufti convinced Hitler to kill the Jews” claim.

    Could it have anything to do with him seeing this Hasbara nightmare coming?

    And to make things worse ,in a village south of Bethlehem an 8 month old Palestinian was killed today by tear gas inhalation.

    Very bad timing ,Bibi.

    Looks like whatever plan Bibi had with his Holocaust Revisionism is backfiring badly.

    Are 1897 Zionists running out of luck?

  2. Well,it’s real.

    Times of Israel burried the story in the sideline of the homepage,very tough to find.

    “Border cop suspended for threatening to “gas” Palestinians.”

    That’s the official story.

    What happened to my other post?

      1. The official story is the “border cop”flipped and lost control over himself under pressure of stone throwers.

        But “occupying army”,”gas to death”, and “slaughtering” a prisoner doesn’t sound like someone out of control.

        This sounds like a text he was given,so the real problem is his commander.

        I’m sure Bibi is not happy with this just after his Mufti antics.

        To me it looks like Bibi is losing control over certain segments of the mad dogs he unleashed,like parts of the Army,the settlers and the parts of the general population.

        Will he be able to control the monster he created,and are the Palestinians gambling on this loss of control?

      2. You mean the same schlump who used ‘occupying army’ which is never used?

        Quite amazing how you present the outliers as mainstream and the mainstream as the outliers.

        1. @Eilati: So you claim that an Israeli Jewish population harboring tremendous hatred against Palestinians, is not represented in the views expressed by the speaker in this video?

          You claim that the speaker in this video is an outlier? Nonsense.

          And just because he used the term that isn’t used in the IDF does not mark him as an outlier. It marks him as an Arab or Muslim who is more familiar with terms used to refer to the IDF in Arabic, since that would be his native language.

      3. “I knew they’d blame the poor shlump on the bullhorn instead of the commander who told him what to say”
        And just how do you know this as fact and substantiate it?
        It could have been a Druze for as you know they comprise a large percentage of Border Guards and they have a 1, 000 grudge with Islam. Aside from that the Arabic in the video was quite coherent allowing for the fact that it was the mother tongue of the speaker and not a learned Arabic for military purposes.

        1. @shunra: I’m not sure what you are criticizing. The speaker on the bullhorn could very well have been Druze. But I still don’t blame him for the words that were spoken or the overall operation. I presume that his speech was dictated by a commander who is running the operation. I’m much more interested in getting the bigger fish. Of course, if the speaker was solely responsible, he should be punished.

          Why would you presume that a Druze bearing an alleged grudge against Islam would tell a Palestinian Muslim refugee camp that his forces were about to murder them with gas? All because of a grudge against Islam?

  3. Does Tikun Olam have any evidence to support its claim that Syria has used chemical weapons, or is it merely regurgitating Zionist propaganda?

    1. A RELATED COMMENTARY: “Hersh Vindicated? Turkish Whistleblowers Corroborate Story on False Flag Sarin Attack in Syria” | by Peter Lee | Counterpunch.org | October 23, 2015

      [EXCERPT] This is quite the bombshell delivered by two CHP deputies in the Turkish parliament and reported by Today’s Zaman, one of the top dailies in Turkey.

      It supports Seymour Hersh’s reporting that the notorious sarin gas attack at Ghouta was a false flag orchestrated by Turkish intelligence in order to cross President Obama’s chemical weapons “red line” and draw the United States into the Syria war to topple Assad. . .

      ENTIRE COMMENTARY – http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/10/23/hersh-vindicated-turkish-whistleblowers-corroborate-story-on-false-flag-sarin-attack-in-syria/

  4. I can’t imagine that this is the first time something like this has happened, but just the first time it was captured on video. This will never been shown on American television, which is exactly where it belongs. I don’t think too many people here are shocked by this, it’s embedded into the fabric of the zionist state. However, the so-called liberal zionists in America might have a more difficult time looking at what their Disneyland for Jews only has turned into and they are the ones that need to see this the most. They and their democratic counterparts who only murmur meaningless, impotent phrases, i.e., “tragic”, “not helping the peace (!) process”, etc. There is no peace process. The lives of Palestinians has been an unending tragedy since 1947, wake up and do something! BDS all the way!

  5. Maybe he only meant to threaten the use of Tear Gas but then – you know how it is – the Grand Mufti whispered softly in his ear and next thing you know……

  6. @ Richard
    I remember a couple of years ago you wrote (I paraphrase by memory) that when you thought the State of Israel couldn’t surprise you any more, it still managed to do so in some way.
    I think we all had such a moment after Bibi’s “The-Mufti-Made-Hitler-Do-It”-speech, and personally I had such a moment when I first saw this video on Twitter yesterday, I watched it various times, and I just could’t believe what I heard. Only when I read Mohammed al-Azzeh’s testimony (he’s a well-known photographer – who nearly lost an eye after being shot at by the IDF while filming from a balcony) in Middle East Eye did I start to believe that this is not a hoax, still I didn’t dare to post it elsewhere. I will now that Times of Israel has confirmed the story. This should be front news but it won’t ….

    1. @ Deir Yassin: You are right. I did write that. And this is yet another example of how Israel never ceases to surprise me with the depths to which it can sink.

      Israel’s ongoing degradation into a Kahanist, proto-fascist state seems to bring me ever lower in spirit.

  7. Europeans gassed each other by the thousands on the battlefields during World War 1.
    The Nazis used gas to kill millions of Jews.
    Iraq gassed thousands of it’s Kurdish civilians, and Arabs continue to gas each other to this day.

    Yet, when ONE, lone IDF soldier threatens to use gas, and is consequently suspended for his idiocy, you pull out the ‘shame bell’ and toll…



        1. @ pea: So you think low-ranking soldiers make decisions in the field on their own and receive no instruction from superiors? If that’s so the Border Police is an entirely dysfunctional force in which commanders have no idea what subordinates are doing–in which case the former should be sacked. Or else the Border Police commander told the poor shlump what to say and he dutifully did it. Either explanation works for me.

          1. Low ranking soldiers are instructed about what they can and cannot do. When they don’t follow those instructions, there are usually ramifications. You know that the border guard in question was suspended pending an investigation. Neither of your 2 likely scenarios reflects reality. And certainly not the second one where you imply that this sort of behavior is par for the course.

  8. Part of the story is that there is a ludicrous discrepancy between the threat and that what incited it: the throwing of stones.

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