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Friday, September 29, 2006

Can You Spot The Enemy Publication?

Another Woman and Girl Rescued from Arab Village (Arutz Sheva)

The story began several years ago when an Arab man from Tul Karem met a Jewish girl from Ashdod, and it was "love at first sight," according to the Arab. The Jewess has a different version, however; she says he first fooled her into believing he was Jewish - and neglected to mention that he was already married with children. In fact, when the two later married and moved to Tul Karem, the first wife and five children lived nearby, without her knowledge.

The Jewish woman said her husband forbade her to go outside and beat her, and also later beat her daughter, born five years ago. After a while, the woman went to visit her mother in Ashdod, taking her daughter with her. A few days later, she informed her Moslem husband that she was not returning. The man was willing to accept his second wife's departure, but not that of his daughter - and he traveled to Ashdod and snatched her back to Tul Karem.

The reunited mother and daughter are now in an undisclosed location, planning the legal battle to allow them to stay together. The father, for his part, has filed a complaint with the police of both Israel and the Palestinian Authority.

A spokeswoman for the group said that the rescue was a last-resort mission, "after we turned to all the relevant authorities and were not answered, and after we saw that there was a definite threat upon the girl and others." She noted that two Arab women had recently turned to the group for help as well, "and we helped them happily."

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Palestinian girl taken from TulkarmJPost)

Judea-Samaria Police were investigating Friday morning whether a Palestinian girl abducted from Tulkarm and taken to Ashdod Thursday night was, in fact, Jewish.

The girl's Palestinian father claimed Israelis disguised as police officers had come to his house Thursday night and taken both him and his daughter. Afterwards, the father was released, and the girl vanished...

As of Friday morning, Ashdod police were attempting to locate the girl in the city.


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(Can you spot the enemy publication?)

3 comments:

Keliata said...

My vote? The Jerusalem Post.

Lemon Lime Moon said...

The "Propaganda Post" has an anti-Jewish bias.
It was easy for Yaacov to pose as Esav and now Esav often finds it easy to pose as Yaacov.

kahaneloyalist said...

The JPOST has always had a far-left tilt now they have become essentialy a Leftist Christian paper. I wish I could say it was surprising

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