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Itamar Killers Found?

The Israeli press is ablaze this morning with the news that the killers of the Fogel family in the illegal colony of Itamar in the occupied West Bank have been found. After several weeks of besieging the village of Awarta, arresting virtually all of its inhabitants, and causing extensive property damage, the Israeli authorities have announced that two teenagers from the village have admitted to carrying out the killings.

This particular case has been quite interesting, because of the fact that all Palestinian factions publicly distanced themselves from it and denied responsibility for carrying it out. Despite the Israeli government immediately blaming it on Palestinian ‘terror’ without any proof and using the death of the Fogels as an excuse to further expand the illegal colonization of the West Bank, a gag order was placed on the investigation as rumors and theories grew about who the actual culprit may have been.

Itamar is a heavily fortified settlement overlooking the surrounding Palestinian villages on whose land it is illegally built. The colony is notoriously well fortified to ensure intruders do not enter; it is completely surrounded by 8 foot high electrified wire fence with 2 feet of razor wire on top, sensors to determine if the fence has been cut, automatic cameras that cover the entire perimeter, 24 hour security guard presence and protection provided by the Israeli military. All of its inhabitants are heavily armed, and like almost all Israeli settlements it is surrounded by hundreds of meters of empty buffer land that Palestinians cannot step foot in.

The fact that Itamar probably has more security than the White House led many to conclude that whoever killed the Fogels could not have simply snuck in and snuck back out again.

But now the Israeli security authorities, that bastion of transparency and human rights, say they’ve extracted confessions from Amjad Awad, 19, and Hakim Awad, 18, both from Awarta. According to Haaretz, the teens decided on a whim to go to Itamar armed with nothing but wire cutters and a prayer. They walked across the buffer zone without being noticed by the cameras, security guards, soldiers or residents of the colony. They reached the electrified fence, where they spent ten minutes cutting the wire. The automatic cameras and sensors seemed, by a stroke of anti-semitic fortune, to be asleep that day.

Once they’d cut the fence, the two teenagers walked into the colony, where again nobody noticed them. They found a house which by sheer luck was 1) unlocked, 2) empty and 3) had an M16 rifle and ammunition lying about. Amjad and Hakim picked up the gun and the bullets, and stepped out of the empty house. There, they moved to the Fogels’ residence. They walked in, and killed four family members-one with the gun, the others with a knife.

Having defied all odds, the teenagers now left the house and went back outside. They still hadn’t been noticed. Neither the gun shot nor the screams had been heard (the security services here explain that the weather wasn’t conducive to carrying sound waves that evening). While realizing they STILL hadn’t been noticed by any of the residents, soldiers, security guards or cameras, Amjad and Hakim spotted the Fogels’ 3 month old baby through the window. So they decided to go back inside and kill the baby.

Insatiable Arab thirst for blood and all that.

Now the teens, armed with a big stolen M16 rifle, ammunition, and a knife simply walked back out of the colony, again unnoticed by the cameras, soldiers, guards, colonists, sensors and maybe even God himself. They walked across the buffer zone, back to their village, and thought they had gotten away with their dastardly crime. Of course, they had forgotten to factor in the tireless efforts of the Israeli army and intelligence apparatus, who laid siege to their village for days, barring the entry of food and medicine, rounding up villagers en masse, savagely beating others and destroying extensive property in Awarta.

The story presented by the Israeli security forces has more holes in it than a hunk of Swiss cheese treated with birdshot. As Ali Abunimah points out, they can’t even get their claim right about whether or not Amjad and Hakim acted alone or on behalf of the PFLP. And Israel’s penchant for using torture and threats to coerce confessions doesn’t really do much for its credibility here. If 6 year old girls are beaten and 60 year old women are violently detained in Awarta, your brain doesn’t have to go far to guess what the Shin Bet did to extract confessions from the young men.

And before the seething masses of indignant Zionists could finish wringing their hands, out comes the family of Hakim Awad with the inconvenient revelation that their son had recently undergone testicular surgery that made it impossible for him to walk long distances and needing the toilet every hour, and was at home recovering the night the Fogels were killed. Oops.

Zionism really is losing its lustre: They decided to frame a guy who can barely walk for trekking across a buffer zone, through an electrified fence, breaking into two houses, killing an entire family then jogging merrily home.

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53 Responses to “Itamar Killers Found?”

  1. Great summation of the thoughts of many in respect to the Itamar killings.

    I cannot wrap my head around how this could have happened so easily in a heavily armed settlement; it doesn't help, also, that Netanyahu decided to expand Israeli settlements soon after the killings.

    Again, great job Mohammad

    Posted by thecynicalarab | April 18, 2011, 5:17 pm
    • My problem is that I don't know who Mohammed is… .What news agency? How reliable is he? I don't find Israel reliable, but I have to know what makes this source reliable…

      Posted by Bill | April 22, 2011, 8:17 pm
  2. well written honest and fair reportage

    Posted by wormwood | April 18, 2011, 7:26 pm
  3. I like.

    Understandable that the Zionist entity is just as barbaric and demented as the surrounding Arab secular states; but to falsely label it as a beacon of human rights and liberty is just a blatant lie.

    Nicely written. Black comedy.

    Posted by OooKhalid | April 18, 2011, 9:48 pm
  4. Many of the 10,000 Palestinian prisoners held by Israel routinely are forced to sign a confession in Hebrew, a language they do not understand in order to stop their torture.

    Israel kidnapped a Palestinian engineer from Ukraine last February. His Israeli lawyer is under a gag order not to discuss his case.
    A migrant worker in from Thialand who lives in the illegal settlement of Itamar-who threatened to kill the Fogel family over a wage dispute was arrested and Israeli court issue a gad order for investigator not to discuss the case.

    Israel is hiding the truth. Speaking of the truth, I would have a better odd of winning the lottery than getting the real truth from Israeli leaders or the Israeli press when it comes to the Palestinian rights. Thanks for the update Mohammad!

    Posted by Mahmoud El-Yousseph | April 18, 2011, 11:30 pm
  5. Israel refuses to allow International inspectors into it's prison facilities or access to Palestinian prisoners by human rights organizations. ANYTHING they say should be taken with a 'grain of salt'……….I don't know of any other case where Palestinians have penetrated a heavily fortified squatter settlement. If there is such a case please post a link. Thanks

    Posted by kim | April 19, 2011, 8:40 am
    • This is a 100% lie. 1) Israel allows family members to visit their family in prison. 2) The way you and your fellow anti-semites make it seem, Itamar would seemingly be like East Berlin with all of its fortifications and machine guns and lasers and so forth. This is absurb. There was a private security company doing the security there; there is barbed wire fence surrounding the settlement, that is all. And, regarding its status – isn't that the purpose of negotiations? All of you take for granted that Israel has confiscated something? When was there ever a country called Palestine? Never in the history of the world.

      Posted by Yancy | April 21, 2011, 2:50 am
  6. “If I was an Arab leader, I would never make terms with Israel. That is natural: we have taken their country. Sure, God promised it to us, but what does that matter to them? Our God is not theirs. We come from Israel, it’s true, but two thousand years ago, and what is that to them? There has been antisemitism, the Nazis, Hitler, Auschwitz, but was that their fault? They only see one thing: we have come here and stolen their country. Why should they accept that?” Nahum Goldmann, The Jewish Paradox, trans. Steve Cox (Grosset and Dunlap, 1978), p. 99.

    The stolen has not to share with the thief. The stolen's heir has not to share with the thief's heir. Even if the latest has made a good account with the property stolen which has to be returned with the profit as unadequate compensation for the damage suffered.

    There is no limitation for murder or theft, or eviction.

    Posted by Somud | April 19, 2011, 10:27 am
  7. In fact the patriotic Palestinians do not need "peace" (since there is no war with armies facing each other), but they need basic Justice. "Quietness (also for their minds)” will be given in addition from the Mediterranean to the Jordan to say the least; along with former not racist Israelis or repented having taken a palestinian identity card in a sovereign, democratic, non-confessionnal, environmentally and economically viable State.

    "We have come here and STOLEN their country" : it was a Ben Gourion's speech, not Nahum Goldmann !

    STOLEN ! STOLEN ! STOLEN !

    You see : he says STOLEN

    Posted by Somud | April 19, 2011, 10:27 am
  8. Er….what a load of tosh.

    cant be bothered to dissect it all, but suffice it to say (as someone with a pretty decent background in urology) that having testicular surgery in November would in no way disqualify you from doing anything in March.

    Must be true if Ma'an wrote it though – aside from the fact they can't even get his age right

    Posted by ccdaniels65 | April 19, 2011, 1:11 pm
  9. After more than 1,000 Palestinian Arab suicide bombers tried to murder Israeli civilians,
    After hundreds of restaurants and bus bombings, including the latest anti tank missile attack on a school bus,
    After thousands of rockets and mortars on populated civilian areas in Israel,
    After Hamas and Hezbollah made countless statements about destroying Israel and the love of death,
    It is really hard to see how Israelis can blame Arabs for killing an entire Jewish family.

    Posted by Wat? | April 19, 2011, 1:33 pm
  10. THOUSANDS of suicide bombings? Really? Thousands? Hundreds of restaurants and buses? And yes, there were thousands of rockets and mortars — which killed a grand total of less than two dozen people in a decade.

    Far be it from anyone to assume that the killer MIGHT NOT be Arab. Let alone an Arab who has the ability to turn invisible from cameras and soldiers, is impervious to electric fences and razor wire and entered a high-security gated community to kill a family he almost certainly never even met before and then left silently. Far be it for us to apply Occam's razor and notice that it isn't just more plausible that the killer would have had ready access to the interior of the settlement, it's virtually impossible for a crime of this type to be fielded by anybody who DIDN'T.

    And that doesn't even address motive. If I were a Palestinian with magical security-defying powers and irrational bloodlust, why would I stop at one family? Why waste the opportunity, if I'm the Middle Eastern equivalent of the Chupacabra? Why not kill as many random settlers as possible? Or set a bomb? Let's say you're right and there have been a thousand suicide bombings (and not to trivialize the fact that there have been quite a few in the past, but it wasn't a thousand and they stopped half a decade ago). Why not use a bomb here? It wouldn't have even required suicide, since the culprit apparently had a magic carpet equipped with a Klingon cloaking device that night.

    Posted by Chaos4700 | April 19, 2011, 9:37 pm
    • good to see you here chaos:)

      Posted by @Falasteeni | April 20, 2011, 7:07 am
      • At the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies (www.arava.org founded by the same Dr. Alon Tal mnetioned in the article above) for the last 12 years hundreds of Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian students (along with their English speaking overseas counterparts) have studied the environment and how we can solve shared challenges in the region by working together. The alumni have founded a network called the Arava alumni Peace and Environmental Network (AAPEN) to work together to continue to transcend political borders after their studies at the Arava Institute when people go on to graduate studies or work in the field. We invite anyone who is interested in the field to come and study with us and become a part of the AAPEN network. We absolutely believe that this is the way to learn to live together and improve life for all of us in the region.Sharon

        Posted by Dipty | June 7, 2012, 1:15 pm
  11. "THOUSANDS of suicide bombings?"
    Some were caught before exploding. I wrote "1,000 Palestinian Arab suicide bombers" not "bombings".
    After that I wrote "hundreds of restaurants and bus bombings".

    "cameras and soldiers"
    There were no cameras or soldiers. There was one security guard.

    "and not to trivialize the fact that there have been quite a few in the past"
    The drop is because of the security wall, not because Arab society decide that blowing up children is wrong.

    "Why not use a bomb here?"
    Because they couldn't build one. The checkpoints in the WB make it difficult for Palestinian terrorists to transfer bomb making materials.

    Posted by Wat? | April 20, 2011, 1:36 am
    • The wall DOESN'T PROTECT ISRAEL. It blocks access from villages to one another on the West Bank, or in many cases, isolates villages from their own farmland. It wraps around the illegal settlements and creates Jews-only passages from Israel to the settlement.

      That's what I said. The wall doesn't protect the Israeli border because it isn't built /on/ the Israeli border. It's built around the settlements and between (or bifurcating) Palestinian settlements. And anyway, the wall is a gross violation of international wall, so even if it did work it still needs to be torn down.

      Let me know when Israeli society decides that slaughtering children by the hundreds, how about that? Because nothing the Palestinians have ever done has ever matched the occupation and military actions against refugee camps by the Israelis.

      Posted by Chaos4700 | April 20, 2011, 11:31 am
      • The Palestinians and other Arabs have been terrorizing Israel and intentionally murdering children since Israel's birth. The Arab intent was and still is to destroy Israel. That is a "gross violation". Arabs leaders call for the love of death. Bin Ladin and Nasrallah are admired by most Arabs.
        The Arabs did kill more Palestinians than anyone with Jordan at the top of that list.

        Posted by Wat??? | April 20, 2011, 11:46 am
        • Zionist terrorists had been murdering the Palestinians and the British since /before/ Israel was born. "Arab leaders call for the love of death," huh? You're the 21st century equivalent of a Nazi, except you target Arabs instead of Jews with your hate. The occupation has been going on for SIXTY YEARS and if the footage recently released showing Israeli soldiers slaiughtering people wholesale in one of their own prison camps — Ketziot — is any indication, this brutal genocidal intent that Israelis harbor against Arabs and other ethnicities native to the Middle East and not from Europe is commonplace.

          Posted by Chaos4700 | April 20, 2011, 11:57 am
          • The Arabs killed more Palestinians than any other nation. So it's the Arabs who have "genocidal intent" towards the Palestinians.

            Posted by Wat??? | April 21, 2011, 3:22 am
          • "The Arabs?" Seriously? "The Arabs?" You know if people talk about how "the Jews" being the head of the US Federal Reserve for most of its history or "the Jews" owning more stake in Hollywood studios or mainstream journalism outlets, that's anti-Semitism. So the Arabs are Semites and you make shit up about them the same way Hitler made shit up about Jews. What does that make you?

            Posted by Chaos4700 | April 21, 2011, 11:13 am
  12. Actually thousands of Palestinians get around that wall (it's still incomplete) to work as "illegal aliens" (in the land they were born in?!) The wall does nothing but protect illegal settlements and restrict the freedom of movement of Palestinians on the their own property. Both of which are flagrant, vulgar violations of the Geneva Conventions.

    So there were thousands of bombings and now there are absolutely none? Just how warped and unreal is your cognitive map of the world that Palestinians can go from making bombs by the metric ton, apparently, to absolutely none at all? Are all Israelis and their supporters this bat-crap crazy?

    Posted by Chaos4700 | April 20, 2011, 4:09 am
    • "can go from making bombs by the metric ton, apparently, to absolutely none at all?"

      That's really a strange statement from someone who considers Abbas to be a "traitor" for arresting these Hamas bomb makers in the WB.
      Chaos4700, you really need to get your stories straight.

      "thousands of Palestinians get around that wall"
      If they get around it, why do you cry about it? Again a contradiction. You can't cry about the checkpoints that prevent terrorists from reaching Israeli cities and then say these checkpoints and "wall" aren't working.

      Posted by Wat? | April 20, 2011, 8:02 am
    • Chaos4700, you can't claim that " Palestinians get around that wall " and cry about it. Either it stops people or it doesn't.
      It does stop terrorism, which is why you complain about "freedom of movement".

      "So there were thousands of bombings and now there are absolutely none?"
      You can't call Abbas and the PA "traitors" for arresting Hamas terrorists, about checkpoints and about "freedom of movement" and wonder how the number of terror attacks dropped. You contradict yourself.

      Posted by Wat??? | April 20, 2011, 9:29 am
  13. Why would anyone believe such a crime could be perpetrated by a Palistinian?

    Its not like sweets were being handed out on streets in an act of celebration or anything, or like similar acts have not happened in the past (thankfully not all that often – its takes a special type of person to stab a child)…

    I have no doubt that whichever human beings carried out this appauling murder were derranged and twisted, and should not be viewed as in anyway typical. However, shame on this article for not calling out how disgraceful the murder was rather than trying to deflect and adjudicate blame, in a way that a blogger miles away from the scene is cearly well qualified to do.

    If there was more empathy and compassion on both sides of this horrible mess (by that I mean the conflict), rather than people just reading opinions that appease their views, we might actually get somewhere.

    Posted by ReasonableHumanBeing | April 20, 2011, 5:13 am
  14. Chaos – yup thats right – fortunately they got the same guy who filmed the fake moon landing to do it. Perhaps the murder itself was a figment of all of our imagination as well.

    Unfortunately civilians get killed on both sides of this conflict – however, there is only one side that celebrates such mindless killing.

    You dont even need to watch Fox to check out such celebrations, arabic mass media from the middle east gives you all you need (I'm sure you are like me in preferring to hear it in the original arabic!)

    Feel free to make a sensible and intelligent contribution next time you make a comment.

    Posted by ReasonableHumanBeing | April 20, 2011, 1:39 pm
  15. One of the things that used to surprise me when I visit Palestine is the the basic humanity of average people. Palestinians assume that I am native american not because I interfere with settlers and take testimonies. but I think it's because Ilook like the guy on an old U.S. nickel. I am in fact Jewish and an IDF Veteran. The Palestinian kids are always surprised when I tell them this. They assume that all Israeli's are murdering evil monsters.

    These two kids who did the killing were the same kids you find shooting each other in a parking lot in Santa Monica over nothing, knifing each other at a soccer match in London or throwing rocks at arab first graders as the little girls with their Disney© Jasmin and Aladin back packs pass Kfar Tapuach on their way to their first day of school. So I've noticed this talking to settlers red necks and some of you muslim guys and gals. The one thing I find that hateful violent people have in common is : A history of sexual abuse or violence at home; Drug abuse; Fundamental faith in a higher purpose; Low intelligence, or a combination any of these afore mentioned qualities with the latter. People for the most part as individuals will surprise you in their basic goodness and these are the people who need to be doing the talking and figuring out how we can sort out this terrible mess for which we all share some of the blame.

    Posted by Daniel Dworsky | April 20, 2011, 6:48 pm
    • So you didn't bother to actually read the article? Apparently not, given the false assumption buried in your vacuous platitudes.

      Do Palestinian kids ask you what it is like to man a flying checkpoint? Do they ask you what they look like through a sniper's scope? How many confessions did you beat out of sixteen-year-olds, as an IDF vet?

      I can't seem to find any Israelis who even /care/ about the actual facts behind these murders. It's boggling.

      Posted by Chaos4700 | April 20, 2011, 8:52 pm
  16. Nothing but yet another platform for antisemitism that shouldn't even be allowed on facebook. Subtle and not so subtle accusations and insinuations that are based in ignorance and untruths as usual. Shame on Muhammed and all people full of hatred. This is for real?
    They brutally killed a rabbi and his family on shabbat. How low can people stoop? How primitive! How can you in ANY way make light of such a beastly and hateful act?

    I am sure this will be censored as the truth is probably defamatory to you, as per the bottom quote;

    "We remove comments that are made in someone else's name, spam or grossly off-topic, and anything deragatory (including racist) and defamatory."

    For your information the word you are trying to spell is 'derogatory' – not "deragatory" – oh well…

    Posted by clubsoda | April 21, 2011, 10:34 am
    • nope we don't delete comments like yours. you're a bit silly. but its ok. you can try again.

      Posted by @Falasteeni | April 21, 2011, 11:21 am
    • Then why not go after the actual killers? Instead of, you know beating on the villagers of Awarta until you squeeze a fake confession out of some random teenagers?

      Posted by Chaos4700 | April 21, 2011, 11:22 am
      • Clubsoda – I am fairly new to this blog. At first i stumbled across it thinking there might be some intelligent writing and pragmatisim.

        So far as I can tell from the message boards, unfortunately any unconfortable arguement suggesting that any degree of accountability for the present mess might not be 100% Israeli is met with a fanciful response designed to be emotive, or attempted humour.

        This is not a blog for the informed, intelligent people interested in reading between the lines of modern media, rather a one-sided, closed-off fansite that often crosses the line into racism.

        The contributors are too far gone to see any different, as clearly are Chaos and Falasteeni above. To anyone else who stumbles across this, please recognise that progress is impossible with the type of attitudes being put out over here. Empathy is the only way a solution (read compromise) will be reached.

        Posted by ReasonableHumanBeing | April 22, 2011, 4:30 am
        • "Those Palestinians! Never passing up an opportunity to pass up an opportunity! You just can't talk to them!" Same racist Israeli garbage, yet another iteration. You're the one whose entrance on this blog was peddling the "Palestinians gave out candy to celebrate 9/11" canard, so don't pretend like your screen name is anything other than crass irony.

          Posted by Chaos4700 | April 22, 2011, 5:36 pm
          • Chaos, I guess suggesting a situation where israel isnt 100% to blame for everything that goes might seem racist to you.

            I apologise, clearly I am indeed unreasonable.

            Posted by ReasonableHumanBein | April 24, 2011, 5:15 am
  17. Sorry, where was the celebration?

    Think i missed it.

    Please note the last line of the video – "however, many strive for the bloodshed to come to an end on both sides". I dont doubt that the vast majority of Palistinians deplore the Itamar murder. I also dont doubt that most of them have a sneaky suspicion that it wasnt a local resident who wiped out a family of one of their neighbours.

    But you guys clearly know better.

    Posted by ReasonableHumanBeing | April 22, 2011, 4:51 am
    • I could cleverly edit the footage from that WSJ video with an 4th of July fireworks display and then maybe I could make it demonstrably clear for you.

      I have a funny feeling it's the neighbors in Itamar itself who feel that way about it possibly being a local resident and double check the locks on their doors every night. If another murder happens in Itamar, another random set of Palestinians will be blamed. And again if the same thing happened.

      I hope the people in Itamar recognize they're cannon fodder for Israel's war of territorial expansion. And friendly fire doesn't phase the Israeli military one bit. (At least half of the deaths of Israeli soldiers in Operation Cast Lead were friendly fire, as I recall.)

      The fact is, you're no different from the good ol' white Southern boy who immediately blames "some black guy" when a crime of this sort happens in his community.

      Posted by Chaos4700 | April 22, 2011, 5:29 pm
      • I'm only going to respond to your last sentence, as the rest of what you wrote doesnt really contribute to this discussion, i.e:

        - Your ability to edit videos
        - Your view that residents of Itamar fear slaughter from their neighbours
        - Your view that blaming any Palistinian for this crime has to be random and cannot possibly be true
        - Your view that residents of Itamar are cannon fodder of the Israeli government (i almost agree with this one by the way, but more so with regard to the fact that I think the Israeli government and public consensus would again trade what religious settlers want if there is an opportunity to progress towards genuine peace)

        Your last line has merit, it is wrong to just assume that the murderer has to be Palistinian. In the same way that when a suicide bomber blows themselves up it is wrong to assume that they are muslim (this applies outside of Israel as well). I really look forward to the day where it will not prove true that this is typically the case.

        The point of my original message was that this article bends over backwards to point the finger elsewhere, in so doing it is almost fanciful considering residents of Itamar have had their homes broken into the past and been murdered in the process.

        Wouldn't a far better article point to the fact that someone was arrested and confessed and say that this is the right outcome? (assuming they have arrested the right people – I appreciate that you nor I are in any position to second guess whether this is the case, but a judge will come to a conclusion there based on evidence).

        Posted by ReasonableHumanBein | April 24, 2011, 9:26 am
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    Well, if those rockets doesn't hit anything, why these terrorists then just stop firing them off? You have not any idea? I have.

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