Archive for November 8th, 2010
Jerusalem area Arabs once again have stoned two Israeli Magen David ambulances trying to help neighbors. This time, the medical rescue vehicles were trying to save an Arab boy who fell five floors from his home in El Azaria, a village between the northern Jerusalem neighborhood of French Hill and nearby Maaleh Adumim.
Magen David [Israeli equivalent of the Red Cross - barely tolerated by the dhimmi ICRC - Ed] medics were resuscitating the youth when attackers began to pummel them with rocks from all directions, breaking the windshield. Read the rest of this entry »
How the fallout from our lenient judiciary is leaving Britain’s state enemies walking her streets (and no doubt claiming generous state benefits):
The Daily Telegraph has learnt that concern over the release of a “significant” number of Islamic extremists has driven ministers to draw up rules for their supervision.
Probation officers have been issued with a “menu” of restrictions that can be placed on terrorists freed on licence. The curbs are understood to include orders to have contact with only Government-approved imams, not to visit certain mosques, not to associate with anyone with a criminal record and not to use computers [and how will that be enforced, exactly? - Ed].
According to Ministry of Justice figures, at least 20 convicted terrorists have been freed from jail this year after completing their sentences. Another 26 will be eligible for release over the next two years. Read the rest of this entry »