July 19, 2010, - 1:25 pm

Give an Inch: Islamic Terrorist’s Daughter Cured by Israel, Murders Jewish Cop

By Debbie Schlussel

The “you give an inch, they take a mile” adage isn’t new.  Nor is it new with regard to Palestinian Muslims and their endless attacks on the Jews, Israel, Christians, Americans, the West, etc.  It shouldn’t be news to the peace-nik “We Are the World” crowd.  But sadly it is.  Here’s yet another example of how the most peaceful Jewish Israeli treatment and outreach to Palestinian Muslim and HAMAS terrorists results in more murder of Israeli Jews. The consequences of the blind embrace of peace are deadly. Fatal.

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Shuki Sofer, Zichrono LiVrachah [Blessed Be His Memory]: Murdered by HAMAS Terrorist Whose Daughter Was Just Treated By Israeli Doctors, Jewish Charity

A HAMAS terrorist who ambushed and murdered an Israeli police officer, last month, is the father of a six-year-old girl who was treated by Israeli Jews at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.  Just two weeks before he murdered 39-year-old Israeli police officer Yehoshua “Shuki” Sofer, the terrorist’s daughter had a tumor removed from her eye by Hadassah doctors.  The whole operation was paid for by an Israeli charity.  And I guess this makes her all the more healthy to hate Jews in her future, just like daddy.  Her father and the rest of their terror cell were planning to dress up like religious Jews and kidnap Israelis.  Thanks to IMRA’s Dr. Aaron Lerner for pointing this out.

Yes, so much for peace, love, and understanding. Thanks for saving my daughter. Now, I’m gonna kill you.

IDF Spokesperson Announcement
For Immediate Release
July 19th, 2010 16:00

Terrorist Cell Behind Murder of Policeman Arrested:
Planned Additional Attacks and Abductions

Newly released information

On 22 June 2010, the IDF, ISA and Israel Police, arrested the Hamas terrorist cell responsible for the killing of policeman Shuki Sofer during a shooting attack on 14 June 2010, on route 60 near the Israeli community of Otni’el. Two other policemen were injured in the incident.

The operatives, all in their twenties, some of which were held by Israeli security forces in the past for their involvement with the Hamas Terrorist organization, were arrested in the village of Deir Tsamet, near Israel’s Lachish region.

After questioning the operatives, the ISA was able to determine that they had formed the Hamas terror cell a few years ago in order to execute terror attacks. For this purpose, the operatives accumulated munitions, including three AK47 assault rifles, in a stockpile hidden in a hilly area.

The Hamas cell began its combat operations in 2009, when its members received shooting training. In the first months of 2010, the cell decided to attack an Israeli target on route 60. In preparation, the operatives located a convenient ambush site along the road, and agreed on attacking a police car that drove through the road every morning.

In the early morning of 14 July 2010, three of the operatives deployed at the ambush site, while another operative drove nearby and acted as a look-out in the case IDF forces arrived.

The police car passed by the ambush site, near Deir Razakh, north of Otni’el at 07:15. The operatives shot bursts of gunfire at the vehicle, killing the policeman and injuring two others. . . .

It should be noted that one of the members of the terror cell admitted during questioning that two weeks prior to the attack, he had accompanied his 6 year old daughter to the Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem, where she had a tumor removed from her eye. The operation had been paid for in full by an Israeli charity foundation.

It also appears from the investigation that the cell had planned additional attacks, most notably to abduct a soldier or civilian in the Gush Ezyon area. The operatives had already begun scouting the area, and had purchased Yarmulkes (skull caps) and a wig that they planned to use in the attack.

Remember this story (and so many others like it) the next time you hear the halal baloney about how Israel isn’t nice to the Palestinians and this is why they have to be HAMAS terrorists.

No, it’s not that Israel isn’t nice enough. It’s that Israel is too nice.

Israel is running a etiquette shop in the midst of Greater Barbaria. Meanwhile, it’s enemies are fighting a war.

Shuki Sofer was to be married to his fiancee Einav Blum in September. Now, that wedding will never take place. Perhaps, if Israel had not treated the terrorist’s daughter’s eye, he’d be home, desperately trying to find her medical care . . . instead of on the lookout for innocent people to murder in the name of HAMAS.

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35 Responses

Whew! Good things muslims are the religion of peace. I’d hate to see them if they were a cult of violence, hatred and intolerance.

Quorum on July 19, 2010 at 1:37 pm

Every dead female muzzie is one less bomb breeder. Why bother with such savages? Let them all rot in hell.

The good news is Russia and Iran will be nuked in the near future. Yeah! How do I know? Well, whatever you plan for Israel will become of YOU (right Mel?) Since Russia and Iran are working together for the destruction of Israel, you can complete the thought and smile!

As goes Israel - so goes the World on July 19, 2010 at 1:46 pm

The point is the Arab mentality is not like ours. They do not have gratitude for Jewish compassion. They view as a sign of Jewish weakness. And that does not change their hatred of the Jews and their desire to kill them in the slightest. Its the innocent Jews like Shuki Sofer, who pay the price with their lives for misplaced Jewish compassion for an enemy who has no regard whatsoever for human life.

NormanF on July 19, 2010 at 1:50 pm

    NormanF

    Well said!

    Signed NormanF Fan

    As goes Israel - so goes the World on July 19, 2010 at 2:03 pm

Debbie, thanks for posting.
I am so tired of the anti-Israel baloney. People need to know the truth, and why stories like this don’t make it to the front page and instead have to be posted in someone’s blog is beyond me. More evidence of biased reporting.

Zsuzsi on July 19, 2010 at 2:10 pm

    ["Debbie, thanks for posting.
    I am so tired of the anti-Israel baloney. People need to know the truth, and why stories like this don’t make it to the front page and instead have to be posted in someone’s blog is beyond me. More evidence of biased reporting."

    Zsuzsi on July 19, 2010 at 2:10 pm]

    Amen!

    JeffE on July 19, 2010 at 10:13 pm

I got my teeth worked on at the Dental School at Hadassah last year so I was there twice a week for a school year. That we treat Arabs in this excellent facility is not uncommon. As everywhere, getting treated by the students is a great way to save money. I had major prosthodontics for a fraction of what I would have paid in the US. Every time I went, the clinic was filled with Balis getting major treatment for the entire family. I’m not talking about making pretty teeth, some of the dental problems in that population are horrific because of prenatal malnutrition but this needs to stop as long as there are Israelis who can’t receive help and there are many.

mk750 on July 19, 2010 at 2:21 pm

I used to give to a number of Israeli charities. I stopped when I found out that they were giving money to Arabs!!!

After the Northern War where Northern Israeli cities were under attack in 2006, a solicitation was made for donations to Israel. Fair Enough. Upon investigation, I found out that some of the moneys collected were going to the same Israeli Arabs who cheered when the missiles hit Israel.

Israel has grown soft and complacent under U.S. economic aid. They also have adopted the West’s method of fighting wars–Fight a war, but not total war, because we don’t want to wipe out the enemy. Win their hearts and minds. Worked great in Vietnam and Afghanistan.

Israelis should climb out of their swimming pools and air conditioned houses and look around. Their Arab neighbors still want to slaughter them.

Jgrant on July 19, 2010 at 2:53 pm

    Jon, sadly, everything you write is true.

    Israel’s elites are so busy with their heads up the Arabs’ behinds they never stop to look at the real picture.

    And then they are surprised when horrors like this happen!

    I’m as sick as you by the abuse of charity dollars American Jews give to Israel that wind up to help Arabs who would still slaughter their Jewish neighbors today, if they could.

    People need to wake the heck up!

    NormanF on July 19, 2010 at 3:54 pm

At first I thought this was simply a “No good deed goes unpunished” story. However, then I saw this quote from Debbie”

“Israel is running a etiquette shop in the midst of Greater Barbaria. Meanwhile, it’s enemies are fighting a war.”

I am now wondering how is this different from anything else the West has done for the Islamic world?

This isn’t simply a story, it is symbolic of the whole Dhimmi relationship the west has had with Islam. I don’t see this ending any time soon.

I_AM_ME on July 19, 2010 at 2:58 pm

The nobility, compassion, and kindness of the Jewish people never ceases to amaze me. Despite the unerring hatred of the Arab, the Jews still show love for their enemy. Each act of violence and hate is met with patience and care. Of course, the patience of Israel is not unlimited and I pray that the Arab mends his ways before Israeli patience wears thin else he may see his God much sooner than he anticipated.

William Stout on July 19, 2010 at 3:12 pm

Debbie, how do you keep your faith in God in light of such stories?

KCT on July 19, 2010 at 3:24 pm

    I believe in G-d because somehow it all evens out in the end. Those who do evil sooner than later pay for it!

    NormanF on July 19, 2010 at 3:57 pm

Debbie:

Just out of curiosity, doesn’t Sofer mean “writer” in Hebrew?

Richard on July 19, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    A “sofer” is more accurately a scribe. A “mechaber” is specifically an author.

    Shy Guy on July 20, 2010 at 2:39 pm

    Furthermore, the common Jewish European name “Schreiber” or “Shreiber” means scribe, and is usually an indication of one having an ancestor in the profession.

    Shy Guy on July 20, 2010 at 2:42 pm

While some Palestinians (often of an older generation) can rethink their attitude toward the Jews (as in the case of one whose son’s life was recently saved in Israel after a deadly snake bite), the plea to “save my child so they can be a shahid” is not uncommon. Here’s a recent story that shocked even the doctors:

http://elderofziyon.blogspot.com/2010/07/mother-of-baby-saved-by-israelis-wants.html

Raymond in DC on July 19, 2010 at 4:38 pm

    @Raymond in DC: Great link. I think everyone here should take the time to read it. Pretty much tells us about these peoples mindset, don’t it?
    Seriously, why is Israel helping to feed the mouth that bites. I thought this whole turn the other cheek thing was just a Christian flaw.

    theShadow on July 19, 2010 at 10:40 pm

PS to Richard. Yes, a writer in Hebrew is a “sofer” (pronounced so-fair), but a sofer can also refer to a scribe, one who writes the text of a mezuzah or Torah scroll.

Raymond in DC on July 19, 2010 at 4:43 pm

Yes, as I_AM_ME states, no good deed goes unpunished. And as this writer and Jgrant suggest, that is just the beginning of the story. Just like Jewish people helped the civil rights movement in this country, and look what they got to show for it.

Basically, terrorists, and hucksters look for the avenue of least resistance. If they see liberals trying to help them, whether Jewish-Americans or Israelis, they take that for a sign of weakness, a soft spot that they can attack, to try and overcome those who help them, figuring they will have a good chance of successfully taking (stealing) their resources. They don’t seem to realize that a takeover won’t work by itself; hard work is also necessary. South Africa is in a shambles, although of course they managed their crowning achievement, Durban I.

So maybe if more Jewish people stop being liberal and stop kowtowing to race baiters and terrorists, they’ll decrease their vulnerability to these ungrateful lowlifes.

Little Al on July 19, 2010 at 5:09 pm

Unfortunately my Jewish brothers and sisters are very weak. I would refuse to treat any Arab or Muslim. Second if the courts had any you know what. They would take the terrorists outside an execute them in public. Put thier bodies on life support and remove their organs. Then give those organs to JEWS and ONLY JEWS waiting for transplants.

Then their bodies would be covered with pig fat and in turn lit on fire. Their bodies then cremated and the ashes deposited outside of Israeli territory.
People would complain and I would tell them to “suck it”.

Thats how I would deal with terrorism. No jail for you rag head.

spaceship22 on July 19, 2010 at 5:48 pm

I grew up a catholic (non-practicing, now),so this might sound like a stupid question, but here goes: I heard there are “no” vowels spoken the Hebrew language. Is that right?

patrick on July 19, 2010 at 8:02 pm

    No sir. The Torah in its scroll has no vowels. Thanks for asking.

    Occam's Tool on March 9, 2011 at 1:21 pm

@patrick; I heard there are no vwls wrttn (vowels written) in Hebrew but there might be lines or dots or squiggles added to letters (as in Spanish letters for instance) to suggest a vowel sound. Or I could be totally wrong :) but I don’t think it’s possible to speak without any vowel sounds, is it? Unless it’s one of those aborigine languages that uses tounge clicks and pops.

theShadow on July 19, 2010 at 9:51 pm

    ys, thr r vwls. w jst dn’t wrt thm. w d prnc thm hwvr.

    Yes, there are vowels. We just don’t write them. We do pronounce them, however. There are no squiggles. When one is learning to read, there are dots under the block printed letter to indicate which vowel follow it but in script or for more advanced readers, there are none.

    The language is based on a root system that conveys a concept so; “parasha,” “peres” are basically the same root and mean “portion” and “apportioned” respectively. Verbs are not like in Spanish where there is an infinitive ending and you simply drop it an attach the proper one depending on gender number and tense. We basically have three tenses and sometimes it is the beginning of the word that changes. So, “la’alot” or “to go up” becomes “oleh” in the first person masculine singular. In the past, “alackti” and future, ahaleh and that is one of the easier ones. Yes, vowels do change depending on form.

    There’s a good book if you want to learn, called 500 Hebrew Verbs.

    mk750 on July 20, 2010 at 10:43 am

I remember the case of the woman from Gaza who was burned in her home and went to Soroka Medical Center in Beer Sheva for treatment. After the treatment was finished, she tried to pass once more through the Erez crossing, saying she was on her way for treatment. Thankfully, soldiers there became suspicious and checked her only to find she was rigged to explode. Her target – the very doctors & nurses at Soroka Medical Center who had treated her injuries. See http://tinyurl.com/ltffk for the details. By the way, this was an operation NOT by Hamas but by Fatah… the so-called “moderates”!

suztours on July 20, 2010 at 7:06 am

We have a shortage of doctors here. Fortunately, the Arab ones are still treating Jewish patients properly. We had an interesting situation in Afula recently. An Arab boy, not Balistinian but Moslem, was rushed to the ER with something life threatening, I forget what. After he was better, the father came to the hospital and told the staff that because of their good care of his boy, there was a change in attitude towards Jews in his village and particularly with him and his family.

If Jewish doctors in the Diaspora would put aside their big paychecks and make aliyah, we would not have a shortage.

We have subsidized health care but doctors who work for the various health funds may also have private practices for those who are able to pay. The Nefesh b’Nefesh program can inform North American doctors about the package of benefits which has special items for professionals. If you come to the North, you will get even more goodies. The only thing that requires preparation is to learn Hebrew well enough to take your licensing exams but you will get special Hebrew classes to help with that here. Most doctors speak English and the medical terminology is largely in English. We have the same drugs although they may have different names.

I encourage you all to look into it because Obamanation Care will impoverish you anyway.

mk750 on July 20, 2010 at 10:55 am

Patience with Muslims is running out, worldwide.

Truth on July 20, 2010 at 12:15 pm

“On 22 June 2010, the IDF, ISA and Israel Police, arrested the Hamas terrorist cell responsible for the killing of policeman Shuki Sofer during a shooting attack on 14 June 2010, on route 60 near the Israeli community of Otni’el. Two other policemen were injured in the incident.”

This is a central part of the problem. The IDF should have simply crashed into the terrorists’ hideout with guns blazing, and without giving the terrorists an opportunity to surrender. This would send the appropriate message and also relieve Israel from the need to pay to feed, house, and guard subhuman filth whose release might later be demanded by other terrorists.

Terrorists are not soldiers who wear uniforms and conduct their operations in accordance with the laws of war, so they do not have any right to surrender and be treated as prisoners of war. Unlike prisoners of war, they do not even have the right to not be coerced into giving up information that can be used to kill their comrades. Anybody should be free to simply kill them; it is known as “taking out the trash” and it makes the world a cleaner place.

“Her target – the very doctors & nurses at Soroka Medical Center who had treated her injuries.” Her subsequent medical treatment should have consisted of euthanasia, the same treatment one gives any rabid animal.

Winged Hussar 1683 on July 20, 2010 at 12:15 pm

Eight years ago there was a case of an Arab child who had to undergo extreme heart surgery. Israel allowed the child to be operated on and receive all expenses paid treatment at Schneiders Childrens Hospital.

The surgery was a success. While recovering, the staff gave the child a radio as a gift. On the morning of March 28, 2002, the staff ran into the boys room, hearing a lot of noise. The child was sitting up in bed, clapping his hands in great joy, while listening to the Arab terrorist news station’s report of what happened the night before at the Park Hotel.

I would have ripped any tubes out of him and thrown him out the window.

Shy Guy on July 20, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    I’m with you, SG

    mk750 on July 21, 2010 at 3:28 am

Debbie,
I am an Israeli trained doctor practicing in the US and am shocked by some of the comments on your blog.
As a physicisn you do not get to choose between patients as it is your sacred duty to try and help who ever seeks it.
That girl should not be punished for the despicable act of
her father.
Blaming the Israelis for what he did is grossly misgided.

Raanan Gilboa on July 24, 2010 at 2:58 pm

P.S.
Stooping to this terrorist’s level of inhumanity is not going to solve anything and will only hurt us and no one else.

Raanan Gilboa on July 24, 2010 at 3:04 pm

    Seriously, the difference in ethics between the Israelis and the scum they fight is lightyears.

    Occam's Tool on March 9, 2011 at 1:25 pm

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