The Enemy Within
July 11, 2014
Ro’i Tov, an Israeli dissident who converted to Christianity, is a truth-telling thorn in the side of the Israeli authorities.
His hard-hitting web site may be found here
On 2 July 2014, after the bodies of the three Jewish teenagers kidnapped on 12 June were found near the Palestinian city of Hebron in the West Bank he published 3 Boys for the West Bank, an alternative assessment of the tragedy.
An edition of this follows:
“At first, Israel blamed the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant . After Hebrew media had laughed, the Palestinian Authority and Hamas were blamed. Finally, the latter was fully blamed by Israel.
The event took place in Area C of the West Bank. The Palestinian Authority is not responsible for it and thus cannot be blamed. Hamas is active mainly in Gaza; it does not have the resources needed for a kidnapping in the West Bank where it faces the Israeli Shin Beth and the Palestinian Authority secret police.
Shortly after, in Mossad Predicted Netanyahu’s Kidnapping of Settlers while official declarations claimed that the boys were alive, I wrote: ‘Even before the bodies were found, Israel was fast to accuse and attack. If my suspicion is true, then they will appear dead, in order to avoid their describing the kidnapping event.’
From the beginning, even Hebrew media questioned the event, questioning the unlikely pamphlet upon which Israel based its blame on the ISIL. The obvious fake was allegedly issued by the ISIL. Another suspicious issue was a mysterious car was found burned near the kidnapping site and not far from Hebron.
The kidnapping was perpetrated by somebody with a good knowledge of Israeli hitch-hiking practices. The three kidnapped students were hitch-hiking despite their colleges forbidding that because there is very little public transport in the area.
Despite their breaking the regulations, there are certain rules that they were unlikely to violate. I extracted the plates from the image above. The truck plate is yellow. It means that it is a Jewish-owned vehicle. The car on the side has a Palestinian plate, in green and white; in the past West Bank plates were blue or green and those in Gaza silver.
This is very handy in barriers; yellow cars are allowed to pass while others are checked. It is also very convenient for those hitch-hiking. No Jewish hitch-hiker will board a car that is not Israeli. This is the most basic rule, unlikely to have been broken by West Bank settlers.
THUS, THE THREE WERE KIDNAPPED BY AN ISRAELI CAR. The car found was probably the one used for the kidnapping. It had yellow plates and thus was trusted. The driver must have spoken Hebrew with a good enough accent; speaking with the driver is the second strict rule.
After the kidnapping, I assessed ‘the unconscious or dead victims were transferred to a safer car and the first one was burned in order to avoid its identification. It may have helped to identify Israeli accomplices’… Now it has been disclosed that they had been killed in the car…
Look at the burnt car below. The plate is missing. It did not burn beyond recognition; Israeli plates are sturdy. It was taken to hide incriminating evidence. The kidnapping described by Israeli authorities was impossible, something different happened there.
In the days following the event, relatives of the boys kept saying that they have been told unpublished information by the IDF. After the bodies were found, the amazing detail was disclosed.
The bodies were found in Khirbet Arnaba, north of the village of Halhul, in the northern outskirts of Hebron. The bodies had been hurriedly buried in a wadi (a narrow stream), between Halhul and Beit Kahil.
Shortly before the kidnapping, the families received calls from the kids telling that they were on the way home. Now it was disclosed that one of them called the police from the car. A few minutes after boarding the car, Gilad Shaar from Talmon called the Israeli Police emergency number. In this case, the call reached the Judea and Samaria District of the Police shown in the picture above.
It means that they board the car willingly without having any suspicions on the driver. The driver made an unexpected U-turn, and Gilad got suspicious.
Hiding his movements, he dialed 100. After the call was answered, he whispered ‘I have been kidnapped’…
The call was recorded and has now been released. After the two words, somebody shouts IN HEBREW ‘Head down! Head down! Down!’ Following shouts, three groups of gunshots can be heard, cries of pain and then the call is cut. MEMBER OF THE KNESSET SHELLY YACHIMOVICH CAN BE HEARD IN THE RADIO OF THE CAR…
Israel Police waited almost five hours before entering in action. They intentionally allowed time for hiding the bodies. They were buried in the place described above, the car surrounded the city of Hebron and was burned south of it…
The Israeli version does not hold water… The event contains the mark of a PSYWAR operation…
President Peres emphasized the 18 days passed. In Jewish culture, the number 18 is a symbol of life.. The IDF too 18 Days to find the bodies buried less than ten minutes away from where they had been kidnapped, while the alleged perpetrators were in custody. From now on, Israelis seeing the number 18 will see death instead of life. As subtly instructed by their government, they will blame Palestinians.
In recent months, the unofficial annexation of the West Bank by Israel is speeding up. It was declared as such by President Rivlin, who will replace Peres on July 27. On June 29, PM Netanyahu announced the construction of a border fence along the Jordan River in its West Bank stretch that will remain under Israeli control, see Netanyahu’s Caliphate.
Hours after the bodies were found, Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that Israel’s response will include a wave of settlement construction and the establishment of a new settlement in memory of the teenagers in what was until now the G’vaot outpost.
THIS HAD BEEN PREPARED BEFOREHAND; the choice of the spot demanded planning.
3 BOYS FOR A PIECE OF LAND; SHAME ON YOU PM NETANYAHU!”
Now that’s what I call brave.
The Jews don’t take kindly to one of their own telling tales, especially tales as darkly manipulative and treacherous as this one could be. (Criticism such as this may explain why there is no photo of Ro’i Tov on the internet) Anyway, Mr Tov seems to believe that the kidnap and killing of the three teenagers was an Israeli false flag operation intended to smooth the way for the annexation of even more Palestinian land.
Apart from his forensic detailing of the customary care the average Israeli hitch-hiker looking for a lift is bound to take, there is the little matter of what came after ‘I have been kidnapped.’ The kidnapper’s shouted response was IN HEBREW.
I suppose a sophisticated Hamas or ISIS operative might know some Hebrew but, hey, if you want to get three terrified teenagers to do something quickly, if their language was not your own, wouldn’t you just wave a gun at them, bark and gesture?
Then there is the fact that Knesset member, ‘Shelly Yachimovich can be heard in the radio of the car.’
Once again, a sophisticated bloke might well have had an Israeli channel on the go before he stopped to pick them up but no one knew what the boys were about to do that day. Hamas could not have known that they would be hitching along that particular route at that particular time. In other words, the kidnap, if it was not an Israeli false flag op, had to be circumstantial and random, at least in part.
It would have to be viewed as simple bad luck that the boys bumped into someone who would kidnap and kill them. A Hamas man driving around in an Israeli car, tuned in to an Israeli radio channel, just hoping to snare an Israeli or two he could kill?
Doesn’t sound very likely to me. Way too much left to luck and happenstance. On the other hand, meticulous planning could have had a whole bunch of dead-eyed Mossad hard men with their eyes wide open for the prize.
And what do you think of the Israeli police waiting ‘almost five hours before entering in action?’After hearing ‘I have been kidnapped’ – ‘Head down! Head down! Down’ – ‘three groups of gunshots’ and ‘cries of pain?’ After which (see below) they were persistently prompted to investigate, over the course of ‘several hours,’ by a worried father!
Let’s take a look at what Karin Brothers has to say about this at the Global Research web site on 4 July 2014:
“Evidence that came to light after Israel removed its gag order on information regarding the June 12 kidnapping and murder of three Jewish Israeli students suggests that it could have been an Israeli government operation that was intentionally used to punish Hamas and break up the new Palestinian unity government.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had immediately accused Hamas of the kidnapping, without presenting any evidence, and proceeded to ‘conduct a search’ throughout the entirety of the West Bank until the bodies were reportedly found on June 30th.
The ‘search’ entailed arresting and beating up about 600 Hamas members (including legislators) and trashing about 2100 homes; Israeli forces killed at least 7 Palestinians. Israel also heightened its daily air strikes on the Gaza Strip, which has been under the Israeli blockade since Sept. 2006…
“The Gaza government appealed to the UN for relief, which responded by condemning the kidnappings rather than the massive abuse of the Palestinian population. And then urging ‘all parties’ to show restraint.
On July 1, Israel removed a gag order on information about the kidnapping that revealed shocking facts:
• The Israeli government had informed members of the press around June 15th that it was aware that the students had been killed (1) but placed a gag order on that information: the government must thus have known where the bodies were.
The brutal ‘search’ was merely cover for punishment of members of Hamas, the democratically-elected party of Palestinians throughout the occupied territories. The Israeli media played along with the pretext for the abuse.
• The Israeli Defense Forces were only called in 8-9 hours after the first call to report the kidnapping. One of the students placed a call to the police emergency hotline 10 minutes after they accepted a hitch-hiking ride home, with the message that he was being kidnapped.
The statement was followed by what sounded like several gunshots, groans and silence; the call lasted for 49 seconds. Police ignored the call.
The teen’s father called police 5 hours later, at 3:30 am, to report his son missing. ‘Several hours’ after that, after an exchange of 54 phone calls, the IDF and Shin Bet finally became involved.
• Despite possession of all of the evidence of the kidnappings and murders, the Israeli government has offered no evidence that indicates responsibility for the acts. Those with any direct connection to the phone calls or the finding of the bodies have remained unidentified.
Prime Minister Netanyahu has used this event for huge political gain:
• to create divisions within the new ‘unity government’ of Fatah and Hamas,
• to physically punish Hamas members and the cause of Palestinian resistance,
• to get legislation passed through the Knesset to block the return of East Jerusalem to Palestinians,
• to try to foment a third intifada to legitimate further attacks on Palestinians and • to whip up such hatred of Palestinians that it has become dangerous for them to be seen on Israeli streets.
The Israeli government is continuing to harass and attack Palestinians until it supposedly finds the killers. The two young Hebron men named as the accused have been missing since June 12th.
The uncovering of this deception should arouse world condemnation.”
I don’t know how the Israeli teenagers died, nor, if it wasn’t an inside job, does the Israeli government.
If it did, it would have given us the proof. Despite the massive retaliation cited above, it has not done so.
I very much doubt that Hamas was responsible. They would have known what the Israeli response would be and any gains they might possibly have made would have been far outweighed by the losses.
It is possible, despite the arguments against presented above, that a rogue Palestinian or group of Palestinians could have killed the teenagers. But, if such a person or persons were out cruising for victims that day, they would have had to have been very lucky to happen upon them and at least one would have to have been a fluent Hebrew speaker.
On 2 July 2014, 17-year Palestinian Mohamed Abu Khdeir was burned alive.
On 6 July, The Guardian reported thus:
“Israeli police have arrested six Jewish suspects in connection with the abduction and murder of a Palestinian teenager in East Jerusalem last week…
‘Apparently the people arrested in relation to the case belong to an extremist Jewish group,’ an official said, speaking on condition of anonymity.”
On 7 July 2014, Amos Harel said this in the Israeli daily, Haaretz:
“Last week, at the funeral of the three Jewish teens, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke of the huge moral chasm between us and the Palestinians. From what’s been made public until now about the way Abu Khdeir was murdered, it looks as if that chasm is closing fast.
The right hastened to declare that Jews are incapable of such acts, apparently forgetting a not-so-short list of those who’ve proven otherwise, among them Ami Popper, Eden Natan-Zada and other Jewish Hamasniks.
Netanyahu, in his statement after the arrests were announced, promised to bring Abu Khdeir’s murderers to justice and offered condolences to the family. But immediately afterward he returned to making a distinction between Israel’s response to home-grown terror and that of the Palestinian Authority, under similar circumstances…
Just last week, the army destroyed the house of the Hamas man suspected in the April murder of police officer Baruch Mizrahi, though the suspect has yet to be tried. No one is going to destroy the homes of the suspects in Abu Khdeir’s murder, before or after their trial, and no one will suggest closing the schools that educated them.”
On 9 February 2012, interviewed at the Imperial College in London, the US-Jewish professor, Norman Finkelstein, said this of Israel:
“It’s embarrassing, it’s a crazy country. Every three years it goes to war… It’s like a junkie. They need their… fix. First they led the war in Iraq. 2006 – attack Lebanon; 2008 and 2009 – Gaza, and now they wanna go after Iran. They’re lunatics.”
In a nutshell. Norman encapsulates what Roy and Karin suggest. Any pretext for war upon it’s weaker neighbours will do. And, if the Israelis don’t have such an excuse, they’re quite happy to manufacture it.
Anyway, ladies and gentlemen, I think the false flag hypothesis is at least as valid as any other.
According to Victor Ostrovsky, a former Mossad case officer, the original motto of the Israeli secret service was:
“By way of deception, thou shalt do war.”
Pretty much sums it up, I’d say.
On 10 July 2014, the BBC reported thus:
“More than 80 Gazans have been killed since Israel’s operation began on Tuesday, Palestinian officials say. Israel says it has hit more than 100 targets in Gaza since midnight.”
Since the IDF began to devastate Gaza once again no Israelis have been killed as a result of incoming rocket fire.