Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Hero of the Jihad

. . . five Hizballah prisoners and 199 bodies were transferred to Lebanon, including the Nahariya murderer Samir Kuntar, imprisoned for the brutal murder in 1979 of a 4-year old Israeli girl, her father, her baby sister and a policeman. He received a heroes’ welcome in Lebanon. Palestinians in Gaza and West Bank joined the celebration.

Besides the disgrace of making IDF soldiers valuable targets for kidnapping and later killing by the Moslem forces (Hezbollah, Hamas, Fatah, etc.) by the cowardly Olmert government, this shows what it takes to become a hero of the jihad: kill yourself a 4-year old Israeli girl, her father, her baby sister and a policeman.

This how it happened (from Debkafile December 27, 2005):

Thousands of copies of this photo, which was secreted from Ashkelon’s Hadarim prison, were eagerly seized by ordinary Palestinians on the West Bank for whom Marwan Barghouti is something of an icon. The Fatah leader, jailed for life for the murder of five Israelis in terrorist operations, appears on the left. With him is another lifer, Samir Kuntar, a Druze from the Lebanese village of Baaklin, who is serving time for the 1979 Nahariya bloodbath.

One night in April 26 years ago, Kuntar and three accomplices landed at the Israeli coastal town of Nahariya from the sea, seized Danny Haran, 28, and his daughter Einat, 4, from their home. They shot Danny dead and smashed the child’s head on a rock. Danny’s wife Smadar survived but while hiding in a closet from the killers, she accidentally smothered to death their 2-year old daughter, Yael. Police Sgt. Eliahu Sassar rushed to the rescue and was shot dead. . . .

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