October 17, 2011, - 6:07 pm

OUTRAGE! Israel to Release Palestinian Who Ripped Israeli Soldier Apart!

By Debbie Schlussel

Remember the two (non-combat reservist) Israeli soldiers, Vadim Nurzhitz (also spelled, “Norzhich”) and Yosef Avrahami, who were literally ripped apart alive in 2000 at a Palestinian police station in Ramallah, while a mob of Palestinians cheered?  The Palestinian mob danced around with the two mens’ innards and organs. It was said to be the start of the second Intifada (uprising) by Palestinian Muslims under Yasser Arafat’s gleeful AIDS-infected eye. Well, Israel is about to free one of their murderers in exchange for Gilad Shalit’s freedom.  It’s nauseating.  This is “Peace” with Muslims.

Israel Freeing Butcher of Ramallah Abdel-Aziz Saleh a/k/a Abed El-Aziz Salha a/k/a Aziz Salha


Vadim Nurzhitz and Yosef Avrahami, of Blessed Memory

Nurzhitz and Avrahami had the misfortune of getting lost and were stopped and arrested by Palestinian police.  Then, the police watched and joined in as the Palestinians literally ripped these poor Israelis apart limb by limb, then showed their bloody hands through the window to the ecstatic Palestinians outside.  And the Israelis are set to release the main “ripper,” Abdel-Aziz Saleh a/k/a Abed El-Aziz Salha a/k/a Aziz Salha known as the “Butcher of Ramallah,” as part of the terrorist exchange for Gilad Shalit.  I hope the Shalits are happy with this travesty.  Truly disgusting that this complete barbarian–so typical of Islamic culture–gets to go free.  Beyond sickening.  It’s no wonder this complete waste of human skin is a hero to the Palestinians and other Muslims worldwide.  They like this kind of thing.

You don’t need to speak or understand Hebrew to comprehend the second video of these Muslim savages (redundant phrase) cheering on the dismemberment, eye gouging, and disembowelment of these innocent Israelis by Saleh a/k/a Salha. Saleh a/k/a Salha is the one with the bloodied red hands in the video. Is releasing him to freedom really worth getting Gilad Shalit back? Ask the families of Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami, of Blessed Memory, and the future victims of Abdel-Aziz Saleh a/k/a Aziz Salha.

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45 Responses

Premier Nothingyahu strikes again. He could have gotten Shalit back by cutting off all electricity, water etc. to Gaza, and sealing it tight as a drum. Instead, he rewarded them by easing restrictions.

He has a backbone as strong as a cooked noodle.

Jonathan E. Grant on October 17, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    Jon, no. Israel’s Stupid Jews seem to forget there can be no real freedom in the absence of justice and truth.

    Releasing evil people from prison is not only spitting on the dead and their surviving loved ones, its an affront to G-d.

    I can take no joy in Shalit’s release because of the suffering inflicted upon innocent Jews.

    No good can ever come out of appeasing evil. You, Debbie and I are in the minority.

    What is popular however, is not always right. That is the truth.

    NormanF on October 17, 2011 at 9:17 pm


      NormanF to Jonathan E. Grant:

      “You, Debbie and I are in the minority.”

      Add me to this as well.

      JeffE on October 17, 2011 at 10:59 pm

      If Shalit and his family had any sense of honor they would have refused this ridiculous swap.

      lexi on October 18, 2011 at 12:44 pm

why can’t the IDF plant some homing devices on some of these animals, and after the exchange and shalit is safe, have some drones or missles or artillery fire on the location of the signals?

that’s what i’d do…

kirk on October 17, 2011 at 6:42 pm

btw – i think it’d be great to get shalit back… even at this cost.

come on, the mossad has no way of tracking any of these muslims and taking them out afterwards?


kirk on October 17, 2011 at 6:43 pm

Please G-d these vile, evil two legged monsters all seek asylum in Europe under their ‘Inhuman Rights’ clauses. Skilled migrants have to produce Police clearances before being accepted, no doubt this will not be a problem for these heartless bastards.

Where is Solomon when we need his wisdom…..

Eyes Wide Open on October 17, 2011 at 6:50 pm

These blood-crazed savages are the same wherever they go. In England the Muslim rippers gang-raped a young Christian girl then dismembered her and fed her body parts to other kuffars: http://crombouke.blogspot.com/2010/01/charlene-downes-pimped-raped-murdered.html

Crombouke on October 17, 2011 at 6:51 pm

When you have lost your self-respect, you lose the respect of those around you. Releasing these wonderful people for the sake of one man is just grotesque. Benjamin Netanyahu has shown himself to be no better than Shimon Peres. Is Gilad Shalit worth so much that releasing remorseless thugs, many of whom will reoffend, could in any way be deemed a good deal? The Shalits, who pushed this case beyond all reason, will have blood on their hands. I would say that they have given up being Israeli Jews by what they have accomplished, and should be shown the door. It would be appropriate to shun the Shalits from this point forward. Let them savor their Islamic bounty.

Worry01 on October 17, 2011 at 6:53 pm

    what parent wouldn’t do everything possible to have their son released from being a hostage to unhumane beasts?

    the shalits will not have blood on their hands, the murders of islam will.

    again, israel should do whatever they can to track those released for some future “justice”.

    kirk on October 17, 2011 at 8:24 pm

      Yes, there will be blood. No, not all parents would gladly see their friends and neighbors slaughtered just to get their son back. The people who were released by Israel were not low level offenders, and are all likely to maim and slaughter if able. Also, your gaseous insistence that the “killers” be pursued is a dead letter. As part of the agreement with Hamas, Israel agreed not to pursue those who were released for past offenses. No, you are not compassionate at all, but rather a maudlin narcissist.

      Worry01 on October 18, 2011 at 5:31 pm

Israel should commence the bombing run as soon as the exchange is complete. Then there may be peace after that.

samurai on October 17, 2011 at 7:03 pm

    Amen and Amen!

    texag57 on October 18, 2011 at 9:17 am

This latest travesty proves the current Israeli PM’s other altered nomenclature of “Netanyoyo.”

ConcernedPatriot on October 17, 2011 at 7:32 pm

How long will it be before the next soldier is kidnapped for trade?

If the Israelis killed these terrorists instead of pampering them for the sake of “world opinion,” they would not be facing this problem.

In the name of showing their “humanity,” Jews will make themselves extinct.

Jonathan E. Grant on October 17, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    Jon, if Israel had the death penalty, this travesty would never have happened. If you remove the “bait,” there’s no incentive to take hostages. No dead terrorist has ever killed a living person. I am sick and tired of mindless Israeli politicians wringing their hands in horror over executing terrorists as somehow making a mockery of Jewish ethics. The same politicians violated every Jewish ethical rule in the book for a dubious end. This depraved deal will only encourage terrorists to kidnap and murder more Jews in the future.

    What we’re seeing is the endorsement of human sacrifice in its raw and vilest form.

    NormanF on October 17, 2011 at 11:19 pm

Kirk said

“why can’t the IDF plant some homing devices on some of these animals, and after the exchange and shalit is safe, have some drones or missles or artillery fire on the location of the signals?”

Are you kidding. It turns out that while Israel agreed to refrain from ever targeting any of the released terrorists, Hamas did not even agree to refrain from future kidnappings.

More here


Edgar Davidson on October 17, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    i can’t explain or excuse israel’s lack of willingness to do what needs to be done once shalit is safe… i recognize that the israeli leaders suffer from the same sickness as politicians in the US… my comments were rhetorical, out of extreme frustration, and knowing more could be done.

    kirk on October 17, 2011 at 8:29 pm

There is no better example of my trademark phrase “The suicidal psychopathology that is Israel.”

PM Netanyahu: The blood of future innocent Jews is on your signature, your name.

Abu bin Jihad on October 17, 2011 at 7:40 pm

“I hope the Shalits are happy with this travesty.” While everyone feels for parents whose child is being held captive, the Shalits have acted as if the government, indeed the whole society, must pay the price for *their* son. Father Noam Shalit said some uncomplimentary things about victim families protesting the deal. I think it’s clear Gilad will never have a normal life in Israel, especially as many of those released return to terror.

The fallout from this deal is already evident. Two Israelis – one Jewish, one a Bedouin – are being held in Egypt on trumped up charges. Egypt is demanding Israel release 81 Egyptian prisoners, and reports are this latest capitulation is in the works. Everyone now knows Israel will give in if you grab one of their sons. I never expected Israel’s neighbors to love Israel, but at least once upon a time it was respected and feared. No longer.

Raymond in DC on October 17, 2011 at 7:46 pm

While we’re all happy Shalit will be released, the cost is too high. As a soldier Shalit should be the first one to admit that. One must realize the possible consequences
involved when becoming a member of the military and that you may be called upon to sacrifice your life to save other lives.

This deal should have never been made and the savages in question should have assumed room temperature a long time ago.

crazyjewman on October 17, 2011 at 9:08 pm

The Shalit’s son is still alive. The victims of the bastard Palestinian murderers are dead. Nothing will bring them back. But most Israeli’s agree with bringing back Shalit even though the cost is high. I just hope he is still sane and doesn’t have Stockholm Syndrome.

Israel can deal with some of these most barbaric animals at a later date, G-d willing.

Karen on October 17, 2011 at 9:48 pm

You assume that Gilad Shalit is alive. I hope you are correct although we are talking about the most barbaric primitive sadistic of the arab world.
I will believe he is alive when I see it.

I hope to G-d that Mossad goes after these sick sadistic beasts.

Stephen in Florida on October 17, 2011 at 10:15 pm

I fear that the US (or perhaps Soros via BHO) has had something to do with this behind the seams all in the name of perpetuating “peace”.

“This deal should have never been made and the savages in question should have assumed room temperature a long time ago.”

crazyjewman – I agree with you. Although, I think they are kept alive to be used as a “bargaining chip” for this peace process. As Reagan once said, “Peace through strength”… not ‘peace through pandering to your enemy’.

Pats on October 17, 2011 at 10:26 pm

I trust Israel.

There is NO Santa Claus on October 17, 2011 at 11:03 pm

“There is no liquid loved by Allah more than the liquid of blood. Whether you do it by the lamb, or you do it by a Serb, you do it by a Jew, you do it by any enemies of Allah, that drop of blood is very dear.” http://crombouke.blogspot.com/2010/01/satanic-islam-allah-moloch-demands.html

Crombouke on October 18, 2011 at 3:14 am

It seems that none of you get it… Therefore, let me try and explain it to you… The IDF isn’t made up from people who chose it as a profession (like the US military)… The IDF is predominantly made up from conscripts and reservists who don’t really have a choice in whether the serve the IDF (and Israel)…

This situations includes a widespread understanding that there’s basically a contract between the soldiers (and, by extension, their families) and the Israeli government that the latter will do EVERYTHING in its power to return IDF soldiers (dead or alive) held by the enemy…

I too, as an Israeli, fear the possible consequences of this prisoner swap… However, as an Israeli, I much more fear the consequences of breaking the above mentioned contract… The latter would be, IMHO, a far worse (in terms of Israel’s security) development…

Eliezer on October 18, 2011 at 6:23 am

    You have just ensured that there will be many more hostages, and the price will escalate. Do you think your friends in Gaza and the West Bank will settle for a mere thousand prisoners the next time around? You might as well no longer arrest anyone for such terror offenses.

    Worry01 on October 18, 2011 at 5:39 pm


    I trust Israel.

    I’m sure all the angles, algorithms and permutations of this exchange were heatedly debated by Israel’s top policy makers. The Israelis probably ran a computer simulation to determine the probability of every given outcome being predicted in this comments section.

    I’m not wringing my hands over this. I’m glad Gilad Schalit is home.

    There is NO Santa Claus on October 18, 2011 at 9:07 pm

Damn, the first Country these disgusting terrorists will ask for Asylum and Immigration will sureley be stupid Germany again.

However, I am glad for Gilad Shalit , see Video:

Israeli Gilad Shalit Interview on Palestinian Prisoner Exchange 18 Oct 2011


Mallory on October 18, 2011 at 6:42 am

Karen, remember that as has been written here repeatedly, the risk in releasing the terrorists is to future Israeli soldiers and civilians, not those already dead.

Just even looking at their photographs, the Shalits seem to be the most self-centered and arrogant people imaginable.

Little Al on October 18, 2011 at 7:25 am

Little Al,

It’s not like there aren’t literally thousands of Palestinian terrorists that are daily thinking only of how many Jews they can murder…

The REAL risk to Israel’s security would have been another Ron Arad (an IAF airman who was held by Lebanese and has since – 25 years now – gone missing)… In order to uphold their “contract” with the state (to die, if necessary, while defending ISrael) they need to be convinced that the state (Israel) will do EVERYTHING it can to return them to Israel… Dead or alive…

Eliezer on October 18, 2011 at 8:04 am

The US should send troops and aid to Israel ASAP!! A lot more blood is going to be spilled real soon because of this. Does anyone really think that any these ragheads are just going to go home and take up knitting instead of bomb making? They have been sitting in prison for years planning their next terrorist attacks.

Jarhead on October 18, 2011 at 8:17 am

    Dear Jarhead:

    The Israelis don’t need troops, just weapons. That’s why they are our best allies in this war against civilization. Ron Paul thinks that the animals will leave us alone if we appease them. He is wrong.

    You, on the other hand, are very right, and a pleasure to read.

    Occam's Tool on October 18, 2011 at 5:14 pm


I appreciate your explanation, but every policy should have its limits.

Sad to say, Jews will inevitably do what is bad for them. It’s like some sort of divine sick joke.

Red Ryder on October 18, 2011 at 8:19 am

Israel has many thousand more Palestinian criminals in it’s jails. And it’s obviously not that hard for them to capture more. If the Palestinians want to play that game, it’s one Israel can play. And at least they value themselves so little that they would trade over 1000 Palestinians for one Israeli. It’s pretty pathetic on their part if you think about it. I agree that a 1000:1 ratio is “equal”, but talk about no self worth!

Karen on October 18, 2011 at 9:09 am

I wondered why these pieces of garbage were still alive. No death penalty-no justice!

texag57 on October 18, 2011 at 9:15 am

were Israel’s enemies to lay down their weapons, there would be no war. Were Israel to lay down her weapons, there would be no Israel.

Jack on October 18, 2011 at 9:24 am

I hope those who have been released enjoy themselves while they can. Sometime and somewhere down life’s road, they will start to hear the “TICK-TOCK, TICK-TOCK, TICK-TOCK” of their life’s clock unwinding towards its unavoidable stopping. They should be asking if their life-clock will stop naturally or un-naturally?

In the dark of the night, when each of them is alone and fear enters their every dream, will they scream-out and beg for mercy? Or, will they void their bowels and bladder and whimper while they descend into HELL to be SATAN’S SLAVE for eternity?

Dennis on October 18, 2011 at 9:50 am

Red Ryder,

As a former IDF soldier and as a father of 4 (2 boys and 2 girls) who will all go to the IDF and do what’s known here as a “significant service” (i.e. they will serve in a capacity that really means something i.e. they’ll be in literal line of fire when the brown stuff hits the oscillating thingy) just as their grandfathers, fathers and mothers have done in their time I humbly put it to you that it’s not your call to make (where that limit lies)…

I appreciate your support for Israel but let’s not forget that you’re safe (for the time being) in the US whereas I and mine are here in the line of fire… I believe that we’re better qualified to make that call…

By all means, express your opinion but remember that we’ll have to make decision as we see fit… For better or for worse…

BTW, as I own a couple of US businesses that are doing well (including providing a fair income for several Americans – mostly former cops and military) it would be quite easy for me to get a green card for me and mine… But I’m Jewish and as such there’s only country for me to call “home”…

Eliezer on October 18, 2011 at 10:26 am


Of course, you’re in a better position to make the call, by being in the thick of it.

But, as an American Catholic, I observe these matters–with some sense of history–and can’t help but think that it all has something to do with the fact that your country was founded by delusional Left-wingers. And, you have been paying the price ever since.

Then again, as Catholics, we are probably most culpable in that we should have killed off all the Muslims when we had the chance.

Red Ryder on October 18, 2011 at 10:36 am

Prime Minister Netanyahu, deep inside, is fearful of something called “world opinion,” a respectable-sounding euphemism for anti-Semitism. He’ll punish the Palestinian tyrants only when he absolutely has to — that is, when his own political prospects sink to near-zero. Hey, at least he’s scared of Israeli opnion.

Meanwhile, Muslims continue their quest for dominanace.

Seek on October 18, 2011 at 1:49 pm

A recent poll indicates that75% of Israelis are in agreement with the prisoner exchange. That means that most Israelis are suicidal as well as their so called leadership. And what is the Israeli excuse for not rescuing a real hero, Jonathan Pollard,who has been rotting in an AMERICAN prison for more than 20 years? I have lost sympathy for Israel. It is committing hari-kari and doesn’t realize that.

Jerry on October 18, 2011 at 2:14 pm

When I heard that Israelis were celebrating Shalit’s release my fist thought was ‘what about the families of victims of the terrorists they’re about to release?’ Israel may have gotten Gilad released but forsaken so many others in the process.
Israel should send this inhuman filth back piece by piece and drop the rest off from say a few thousand feet in the air.

theShadow on October 18, 2011 at 11:36 pm

From the article above: Nurzhitz and Avrahami were stopped and arrested by Palestinian police, who then joined a mob which gleefully dismembered the hapless Israelis.
Let’s remember that Israel agreed to the creation of the Palestinian Authority, and funds it – as do the USA and many other western nations, in part through UNRWA – and this funding pays the salaries of the Palestinian “police,” which murdered these two Jews. How many more risks for an unattainable peace will Israel take before there is no more Israel? As the erudite Hugh Fitzgerald repeatedly pointed out on another well-known website, the Muslim model for “peace” with non-Muslims is the Treaty of Hudaybiyyah, to which Arafat referred in a speech given in Arabic to a Muslim audience – a speech not carried by Western media. Muslims do not subscribe to Pacta sunt Servanda, the model for Western nations. The latter requires all signatories to abide, in perpetuity, to all terms of any peace deal, whereas the Muslim Hudaybiyyah-based treaties will be broken at will by Muslims once they feel militarily, politically, or demographically able to do so. Hudaybiyyah-based treaties are, in effect, a type of hudna, or temporary ceasefire with infidels, which cannot last longer than ten years (although the deal may be renewed); the hudna, and Hudaybiyyah-inspired treaties, are never meant as permanent peace deals but as time-outs from warfare which give Muslims sufficient time to increase their military strengh so as to be able to resume warfare against any non-Muslim country, society, etc. The Israelis, along with our clueless “leaders” in Washington, evidently know nothing of this, which is inexcusable and exceedingly dangerous.

commonsense on October 19, 2011 at 2:00 pm

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