Sidsel Wold is at it again. Presenting her unsubstantiated claims as “facts” all in the service of smearing Israel and Jews. Does anybody believe that the NRK is a neutral observer in this terrible drama? Or are they just one more party who spews out hate and lies while blood is flowing in the streets?
lifted from nrk.no (bad google translate)
Do Israelis hold her son back equal
JERUSALEM / OSLO (NRK): The parents of the murdered Palestinian teenager still waiting to be given the body so that they can carry out the funeral.
– We are waiting for the autopsy to be completed. They say that they started at nine o’clock, and that they will be finished this afternoon, said Suha Abu Khudair NRK in East Jerusalem.
She is the mother of Mohammed Abu Khudair, the Palestinian teenager killed in Jerusalem night to yesterday.
None has so far arrested for murder, believed to be revenge after three Jewish youths were killed in June.
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The desperate mother says to NRK that the lack of reaction from the Israeli police shows that there is no equality before the law.
Be buried within 24 hours
After the Islamic funeral practices should take place within 24 hours after a person’s death.
24-hour deadline, but the family still hope it will be possible to arrange the funeral during the day,
– They will not leave early, but I have asked my lawyer to ask to have the body early because we want people to come to the funeral, the mother says to NRK.
Ramadan in progress
Among Palestinians in East Jerusalem suspect you now that the Israeli authorities will wait until midnight to hand over the body.
The reason must be that in this way will prevent the funeral will be a large selection with many people attending.
Muslims are now in the month of Ramadan, where they can’t eat and drink before sunset, which allows the Palestinian portion of the population is more tired and exhausted than usual.
Interrogated for eight hours
Meanwhile, the father of the murdered teenager, Hussein Abu Khudair, he was questioned by police for eight hours Wednesday after his son was found murdered.
Hussein Abu Khudair says that the police put pressure on him to get him to say that the murder of his son was not a revenge after three Israeli children were killed in the occupied West Bank in June.
– They do not care about us. We are not considered residents. WE are rubbish. They kill us, says one of the victim’s cousins, Dimah Abu Khudair said.
Fear on both sides
Also among the settlers in the occupied West Bank, where they killed three Israeli youths belonged, raising fears.
– It feels terrible. They do not want us to live. They just want to kill us, says Phina, an Israeli woman who lives in the settlement Maale Adomim.
She lost a child in a suicide attack during the last intifada and now she is afraid to go out.
– People are afraid to hitchhike now. We know that they can kill us everywhere, in our homes and in the streets. It is cruel, says Phina NRK
Hate speech on social media
The atmosphere is very testy on both sides and hisses further up the hate speech posted on social media.
A Facebook page called “people of Israel, we will have revenge” got 35,000 likes before it was shut down Wednesday night.
Among those who advocate revenge on social media are soldiers of the Israeli army.
An image was posted on Facebook shows an Israeli soldier posing with a machine gun and the word “Revenge” (Revenge) written on his torso only, writes AFP.
If Ms. Wold had cared to check before sending off her scribbles she could easily have updated herself before joining the growing list of instigators in Norway.
Masked rioters threw stones and shot firecrackers towards police officers in the Shuafat area of east Jerusalem on Thursday afternoon as local residents protested the killing of an Arab youth in what they believe is a revenge crime carried out by Jews.
A police officer was struck in the face with a sharp object and lightly injured in the riot. He was evacuated to Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem’s Ein Kerem neighborhood.
No arrests were made, but police were using crowd dispersal measures to restore order. The entire area of Shuafat remained cordoned off and as of 6:00 p.m. the rioting was ongoing.
Police said that hundreds of police officers and Border Police forces were securing the streets of the capital. The forces were concentrating in the Shuafat and Beit Hanina areas and other parts of east Jerusalem.
Thursday’s clashes came after tumultuous riots in Shuafat and Beit Hanina on Wednesday. Arabs began to riot in east Jerusalem shortly after hearing of the murder of 17-year-old Muhammad Abu Khdeir, who they suspected was killed by Jews as retribution for the murder of three Israeli teens.
The Abu Kabir Forensics Institute completed the autopsy on Abu Khdeir on Thursday. Both Israeli and Palestinians participated in the autopsy, results from which were being transferred to the police.
It was expected that Abu Khedeir’s funeral, which brings with it the potential for further violence in east Jerusalem, would take place after Friday prayers.
Police have yet to determine whether the murder of Abu Khdeir was a nationalistic revenge crime as Palestinian leaders have claimed, or criminal in nature.