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    More Truth About Palestinian Rock Throwing

    More Truth About Palestinian Rock Throwing

    One week ago we posted about how a new website exposed The Truth About Palestinian Rock Throwing.

    We featured a video exposing the The Wadi’a Maswadah Hoax, about a 5-year old Palestinian rock thrower allegedly “arrested” by the IDF.  In fact, the child was brought to his parents, contrary to media hype, which ignored a culture that pushes young children to the front lines.

    Wadi'a Maswadah Hoax screen shot

    The website has a second video, about the misleading media narrative surrounding an Israeli driving into a Palestinian boy in East Jerusalem, The 2010 E. Jerusalem Ambush-Hoax:

    On October 8, 2010 major elements of the Western and Arabic “news” media engaged in a campaign to elicit sympathy for a two pre-teen Palestinian boys, whom they claimed were “run down” by a Jew in E. Jerusalem.

    The situation was greatly aggravated by dramatic photos and selectively-edited videos, which, on first glance, seemed to support this incendiary allegation.

    In reality, these children – along with a gaggle of international “news” photographers – waited at the bottom of a hill for Jewish cars to roll past, at which point the children hurled rocks at it, and actually charged the car as it attempted to swerve to avoid hitting them.

    Here’s the video, which was produced in 2010 by an unknown East Jerusalem resident:


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    Jesus said, “Those who draw the sword will die by the sword.” (Matthew 26 verse 52)

    I guess the same applies for bludgeoning (by rocks or cars) as well.

    The whole culture of using children as weapons and shields is despicable. I pray that this practice stops before God’s judgment is enacted.

    Steve Goodman | October 22, 2013 at 11:05 am

    I think the kid was not hit by the car but catapulted himself onto the hood to make it appear as if he was hit. The car was not going fast enough to flip him that high. I think he may have been selected for his athletic prowess.

    Skullman | October 22, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    I don’t get it. I would have backed up over them.

    Phillep Harding | October 22, 2013 at 4:40 pm

    More people shooting with cameras than throwing stones. Wow.

    Too bad they did not get confused and start throwing cameras.

    The 2010 video fisking the propaganda fails – too much text, too long a wait in the opening to get to the meat of the video. Americans don’t have the attention span to wade through it.

    Reminds me of some of the american videos trying to counter the MSM spin about the shutdown.

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