True , I don't have proof. And true, these are only questions.... but questions they are;
Knowing how the government in the past has been an accomplice, if not the outright perpetrator, of murders against Israelis for ulterior political gain - I don't have to remind you of a long list, but upon request, I will be happy to show you so-called terrorist attacks that the government never really investigated fully, for the simple reasons that they, the government, were part of the plan -;
Knowing this, and realizing HOW EXTREMELY CONVENIENT THE TIMING OF THIS ATTACK ON GAYS IN TEL-AVIV IS FOR A LEFT-WING GOVERNMENT INTENT ON MURDERING JEWS IN YESHA, WITH FULL COOPERATION AND PRODDING BY OBAMA AND THE REST OF THE WORLD - WHO INCIDENTALLY ARE NO STRANGERS TO SUCH SUBVERSIVE ACTIONS BY ANY MEANS EITHER -
and not failing to notice the immediate smearing of religious parties in the context of the terror attack in Tel-Aviv,
despite across- the- board condemnation of the attack,
in particular the fact that the media, i.e. the government, immediately declared SHAS guilty until proven innocent,
and knowing how, in the public mind, facts and fiction are very much confused, thanks to manipulative media,
I AM ASKING THE SIMPLE QUESTION:
WAS THE TERROR ATTACK IN TEL- AVIV A SET-UP?
WAS IT PERPETRATED BY GOVERNMENT AGENTS, OR MAYBE EVEN BY FOREIGN AGENTS,
FOR THE PURPOSE OF SMEARING THE RELIGIOUS PUBLIC,
AHEAD OF THE CRIMINAL AND MURDEROUS DECISION BY EHUD BARAK AND HIS HANDLERS IN WASHINGTON AND ROME TO OPEN TZIR TZION IN KIRYAT-ARBA -HEVRON?
OR ALTERNATIVELY, DID THE GOVERNMENT SIMPLY WAIT FOR AN OPPORTUNE SITUATION TO MAKE THAT MOMENTOUS AND DANGEROUS MOVE, AWAY FROM PUBLIC SCRUTINY?
IDF Opens Hevron-Kiryat Arba Linkage to PA Traffic
(IsraelNN.com) The Tzir Tzion connection between Kiryat Arba and the Jewish sections of Hevron was opened to Palestinian Authority Arab vehicle traffic by the IDF on Sunday, according to an army spokesman quoted by Ynet . The roadway linkage was the site of several terrorist attacks in the past.
The IDF said that it was taking appropriate security measures in tandem with the opening. The Jewish communities of Hevron cited safety concerns in voicing their strong opposition to the move.
Police in manhunt for Tel Aviv gay club shooter
By ARON HELLER
Associated Press Writer
Hundreds of police officers scoured the streets of Tel Aviv on Sunday in a manhunt for a gunman who shot and killed two people at a youth club in the worst ever attack on homosexuals in Israel.
The Tel Aviv shooting shocked the Mediterranean city, which prides itself on its live-and-let-live attitude and boasts a thriving gay community. The brazen attack drew condemnations from the city's mayor, from Cabinet ministers, the country's chief rabbis and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
"We'll bring him to justice and exercise the full extent of the law against him," Netanyahu said of the killer, speaking at the Israeli Cabinet's weekly meeting.
A masked man entered a center for gay teens in downtown Tel Aviv late Saturday, pulled out a pistol and shot in all directions, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said. The shooter then holstered his pistol and fled the scene on foot into the busy streets of Tel Aviv, Rosenfeld said.
The dead were identified as a 26-year-old man who was a counselor at the youth center, and a 17-year-old girl. Eleven people were wounded, four in serious condition.
"I took cover with someone under a table, and he kept firing," 16-year-old Or Gil, who was shot twice in the legs, recounted in news footage aired on the YNet news Web site.
"When I got up it was horrifying, I just saw blood," he said. Photographs of the scene showed bodies lying near a billiard table and a smear of blood on the white-tile floor.
Nitzan Horowitz, Israel's only openly gay lawmaker, called the attack a "hate crime."
"This is the worst attack ever against the gay community in Israel," he said. "This act was a blind attack against innocent youths, and I expect the authorities to exercise all means in apprehending the shooter."
Police slapped a gag order on the case, saying publication of details could compromise the investigation.
Mike Hamel, a gay rights activist whose organization runs the youth club, said the center served as a safe place where gay teens - many of whom still conceal their sexual identity - could meet with counselors and other teenagers. He blamed religious incitement against homosexuals for the attack.
"Beyond the pain, the frustration and the anger, we are facing a situation in which the incitement to hate creates an environment that allows this to happen," Hamel said.
Israel's gays and lesbians typically enjoy freedoms similar to those of gays in European countries. Gay soldiers serve openly in the military, and openly gay musicians and actors are among the country's most popular. Tel Aviv holds a festive annual gay parade, rainbow flags are often seen flying from apartment windows and there is a city-funded open house for the community.
However, ultra-Orthodox Jewish leaders often incite against gays, especially in conservative Jerusalem, where there have been clashes between religious and gay activists. In 2005, an ultra-Orthodox protester stabbed three marchers at a Jerusalem gay parade. Last year, a lawmaker from the ultra-Orthodox Shas party suggested in parliament that earthquakes were divine punishment for homosexual activity.
Shas, whose members have been among the most frequent critics of gays, issued a statement condemning Saturday's attack.
Tel Aviv's mayor, Ron Huldai, pledged that Tel Aviv would continue to maintain its pluralistic nature, and opposition leader Tzipi Livni expressed shock and sorrow, saying the shooting should "awaken society to rid itself of prejudice." President Shimon Peres also condemned what he called a "despicable murder" which "a cultured and enlightened people cannot accept."
Thousands took to the street in an impromptu march after Saturday night's attack to mourn for the victims and call for tolerance. Other demonstrations were planned Sunday in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and other Israeli cities.
The covers of Sunday's newspapers all featured photos of the bloodstained floors of the youth club and headlines such as "Massacre of the Proud Youth" and "Terror Against the Proud Community." Gay celebrities penned guest columns.
The youth at the club "go there because it is a refuge of sorts for them," songwriter and gay activist Rona Keinan wrote in the daily Yediot Ahronot. "The very thought that a person might enter that protected space and simply open fire at them is shocking. I just want to cry."
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I really do not have a clue as to who is behind the hit job and your astute review is appealing to me.
There is another angle...
Filth holes are usually underworld territory and it may have been related to turf wars.
I would say 50% your theories are correct
25% some disgruntled "lover" took exception to a let down
And 25% criminal elements are involved
Tel Aviv is riddled with filth so either scenario is a plausible probability.
כשיו בטלויזיה בערוץ ראשון הם מצאו עוד' אשם' ידידינו פרופ' הילל וייס ,ציטטו אותו באמירותיו החריפות נגד מצעד התועבה בירושלים, והדגישו שהשתמש בביטוי -כל האמצעים.
הם היו מאד מוכנים עם הפגנות .נרות ובמיוחד הטלת אשמה על ש'ס ,החרדים והדתיים בכלל.
אתמול בעד העובדים הזרים-כדי להיות ארץ כל אזרחיה , היום בעד משוני המין ,כדי להיותת ארץ אוכלת יושביה -זהו 'סדר היום' של 'נאורי' התקשורת.