April 15, 2011, - 12:22 pm
As longtime readers will know, my late father and I had a code phrase for leftist peacenik morons who hung out with the Palestinians (and any left-wingers who pander to Muslims): “a candidate for Lunch in Tul Karem.” We got that from the incident, several years ago, in which two left-wing Israeli Jewish activist businessmen owners from Tel Aviv were best buddies with “moderate” Palestinian Muslim restaurant owners in Tul Karem. One day they went for lunch in Tul Karem at their Palestinian buddies’ food joint, and the only thing their “peaceful” Muslim friends served them was a bloody set of decapitations and amputations, probably while they were still gurgling. Their butchered bodies were sent back to Tel Aviv in a bloody mess, beyond recognition and dental records were needed for identification.
“Lunch in Tul Karem” Is Not a Meal or a Place . . .
. . . It’s a State of Mind w/ a Certain Result
Vittorio Arrigoni & Juliano Mer-Khamis w/Terrorist Zakariya Zubeidi
And in the last week, there have been at least two glorious, sumptuous Lunches in Tul Karem, including the newly-beheaded Vittorio Arigoni of the pan-terrorist International Solidarity Movement, and Juliano Mer-Khamis, an actor in the boring Islamo-propaganda film, “Miral.” Here are the particulars of the menus du jour of these latest two seatings at Lunch in Tul Karem:
A pro-Palestinian activist from Italy who had been abducted by an extremist group in the Gaza Strip was found strangled to death early Friday, the first such slaying of a foreigner in the coastal territory ruled by the militant group Hamas.
The body of Vittorio Arrigoni, 36, was discovered by Hamas security forces in an empty house in Gaza City a day after he had been seized, officials said. Arrigoni had been strangled with a plastic handcuff strip, said Khalil Abu Shamala, director of Al-Damir Association for Human Rights, who went to the scene with security officials. His head was bloodied, apparently from being beaten before he was killed.
“It seems that he was subjected to torture,” Abu Shamala said in a telephone interview. “I have seen many bodies during the intifada . . . but I was totally shocked when I saw the way they killed him.”
An al-Qaeda-inspired group calling itself al-Tawhid wal-Jihad, or Monotheism and Holy War, had asserted responsibility for the abduction. . . .
A YouTube clip posted Thursday by the abductors . . . said: “The Italian hostage entered our land only to spread corruption.” It described Italy, which is majority Catholic and the home of Vatican City, as “the infidel state.” . . .
He was active in the International Solidarity Movement. . . . He had accompanied fishermen challenging Israeli-imposed boating limits off the Gaza coast.
A well-known Israeli actor, director and political activist was gunned down yesterday in the West Bank town where he ran a drama school and community theater, Palestinian police said. Juliano Mer-Khamis was killed in his car just meters from the Freedom Theater which he had founded.
Jenin police chief Mohammed Tayyim said Mer-Khamis was shot five times by masked Palestinian militants, and that Israeli security forces were still investigating the circumstances of his murder.
His body was brought by Palestinian ambulance to a nearby checkpoint, and then transferred into Israel. . . .
Mer-Khamis was born in the Israeli-Arab city of Nazareth to a Jewish mother and an Arab Christian father. He served in the IDF as a paratrooper and portrayed Israeli Jews in many of his roles both in film and on stage.
In 2006, Mer-Khamis opened the Freedom Theater with Zakariya Zubeidi, the former military leader of the Al-Aqsa Martyr Brigades in that West Bank city.
Zubeidi was appointed co-theater director in an attempt to subdue the ongoing threats voiced against both the institution and Mer-Khamis. The theater itself was torched twice in the past, and the threats persisted despite Zubeidei’s appointment. Some of the criticism focused on the fact that the theater offered co-ed activities, despite prohibition in the Islamic moral code.
Objectors were also outraged when Mer-Khamis staged the play “Animal Farm,” in which the young actors played the part of a pig, which Islam considers an impure animal. Mer-Khamis said he had planned to stage “The Lieutenant of Inishmore,” a satire of armed resistance, but shelved the idea after someone smashed the window of his car.
So sad, too bad. By the way, guys, how was Dessert in Tul Karem?
On the flip side, “peace activists” who come to Israel never return home in body bags . . . unless they come with weapons and to provoke and kill Israelis, like a scant number of the violent thugs in last year’s Gaza flotilla.
But, hey, I’m sure both these violent murders by Muslims are the JOOOOOS’ fault!
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