January 24, 2007, - 10:40 am

O.J. Jury Syndrome Hits Israel: Terrorist Damra to be Freed

By Debbie Schlussel
The title of this post is kind of misleading. O.J. Jury Syndrome isn’t actually a new thing to Israel. It’s an old thing.
The Israeli “justice” system frequently bends over backward (and forward) for Islamic terrorists. It’s a great example of how Israel’s worst enemies are often not the Islamic terrorists who blow up pizza shops, but the Israeli judges who deliberately go out of their way to help them. On this site I often write about that not so exclusive club, “Stupid Judges and the Terrorists Who Love Them.” In fact, the Israeli chapter of this club rivals the American one in the size of membership rolls.
The latest example is the Israeli military judge who ruled that there is “insufficient evidence” to continue holding Islamic Jihad terrorist Fawaz Abu Damra. After all, the guy only helped finance IJ bus bombings that killed many Israeli civilians (and some Americans, too, including New Jersey college student Alisa Flatow). But no biggie. “Insufficient evidence to continue holding him.”


Desperate But Not Serious

Israeli Version of Judge Ito Frees Islamic Terrorist Fawaz Abu Damra

After all, the guy was only on videotape raising the money for those bombings. But no biggie. “Insufficient evidence to continue holding him.”
After all, the guy is only an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. But no biggie. “Insufficient evidence to continue holding him.”
After all, the guy only was the imam and founder of the Al-Farooq Mosque/Al-Kifah Refugee Center in Brooklyn, right before Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman (the blind cleric, convicted in the ’93 WTC bombing) took over from him. But no biggie. “Insufficient evidence to continue holding him.”
And that’s way Israel is losing–and will continue to lose–the war on terror.
Once again, the old Adam Ant song title is correct. “Desperate But Not Serious” (video below).

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6 Responses

My heart breaks for Israel. The judges are appointed to discern rightly, based on facts that declare and evidence the truth. Judges,is this doing your job???

Doug T on January 24, 2007 at 11:32 am

I’m not defending the judge’s decision, but the judge may have made such a decision in order to show that Israeli courts are impartial. Perhaps it was the right message but in the wrong case.

Norman Blitzer on January 24, 2007 at 11:51 am

GUESS you missed what Israel is all about!!!
While Islam has always embraced the stone the sinners *mitzpahs* in the “old” testament, ever since the beginning of time Jews have turnt the other cheek as THEY refused to cast stones since they never embraced the sinless supremacy of the so-called christians…and THAT is why i’m so pro-zionist:)

EminemsRevenge on January 24, 2007 at 12:55 pm

This scum of the earth from the turd world is much in depth to Israel by allowing him access to the most feckless shyster lawyers out there who hepled exonerate him from his charges. As an American Israeli, I am outraged and disgusted by the justice system there for releasing this Islam-O-Bastard with blood in his hands.Shame on all of them.

Jew Chick on January 24, 2007 at 7:41 pm

What will this so-called judge say when Fawaz Abu Damra returns to killing Jews and other infidels? The blood will be on their misguided hands.

FreethinkerNY on January 24, 2007 at 8:22 pm

Don’t worry, Debbie. For all we know the Israelis are just letting him out so they can follow him home and launch a big fatty on his homecoming party.

Anonymous1 on January 24, 2007 at 9:22 pm

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