January 21, 2014, - 3:56 pm

PHOTO of the Day: HAMAS Murder As Brought to You By Disney Princesses

By Debbie Schlussel

Oh, the Palestinian Muslim children. They’re just like your children, right? And their backpacks adorned by Disney animated princesses shouldn’t be subject to any kind of search because, because, because . . . they’re just innocent children. Uh-huh. And innocent backpacks like this one that the Israeli Defense Forces just discovered in the back of a Palestinian Muslim car in Beka’ot, an Israeli settlement in the so-called “West Bank.” Beka’ot, in the northern Jordan Valley, south of Beit She’an, is the site of an Israeli Army checkpoint (on the way to greenline Israel) where many terrorist attacks have occurred and many have also been caught and foiled. And so it goes with the princess backpack hiding what was going to be a weapon to be used by a Palestinian Muslim against jews.



Palestinian kids and their Disney princess backpacks. They’re just like us, right?

A true embodiment of “Beauty and the Beast.”

Abigail Disney must be proud.

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15 Responses

“They’re just like us, right?”

That’s what they keep trying to ram down our throats via self-censoring bythe media, so it must be true.

DS_ROCKS! on January 21, 2014 at 5:07 pm

    Debbie, you’re such a blind hater, it makes me laugh any time…

    not only didn’t any Palestinian child wear this backpack,
    the US of A are still world leaders when it comes to their
    „native“ children going on shooting sprees in schools.

    Debbie, Debbie…

    Torsten on January 22, 2014 at 5:46 am

      Go get a testosterone shot, Torsten, and some men’s underwear.

      Pray Hard on January 22, 2014 at 11:30 am

        That is probably meant to doubt my “manliness”.

        I wonder what makes you doubt it? That I let facts get into the way of my emotions, very unusual for someone reading Debbie’s hate pages?

        Torsten on January 22, 2014 at 2:05 pm

      Torsten, the typical low-info voter, fails to acknowledge that Palestinian-Arab incitement of their children to attack and kill Jews is institutionalized like nowhere else in the world. Certainly in America, we do not place in our textbooks that any religious group is desrving of obliteration. And whether a child was wearing the backpack or not does nothing to mitigate the fact that Palestinian Arabs violate all international laws and Geneva Conventions in their efforts to attack Jews. What do you suppose, Torsten, was the intention of the person who was trying to sneak that weapon into Israel? For the odd American with mental issues to go postal in a school is bad, yes. But nobody would argue that this Arab was mentally ill. Only that he/she was doing what their schools and mosques exhort them to: Kill Jews. Fail, Torsten.

      phillip slepian on February 4, 2014 at 8:46 am

It can’t be said their kids are just like ours when their parents don’t seem to mind them being used as camouflage.
That difference has been noted for quite some time historically I think.

Frankz on January 21, 2014 at 6:04 pm

Debbie,you have such a nice,full lips..Come and suck my dick

concerned on January 21, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    your psychologist must be very concerned

    Frankz on January 21, 2014 at 6:51 pm

    It’s doubtful that you have one to suck.

    Pray Hard on January 22, 2014 at 11:32 am

“concerned” Muslim reminds us that these are not children, but Bnei Amalek.

skzion on January 21, 2014 at 7:03 pm

Bnei Amalek . Exactly.
shhhhhh…don’t wanna derail Lurch and the ‘piss process’, do we?

Not Ovenready on January 21, 2014 at 9:26 pm

Hmm, and what do you think that the Palestinian media throughout Gaza and the West Bank will try to spin this? Will they say that that those kids were “framed” by the IDF?

You never know, because the Arabs in the past have been caught red-handed with their hands in the cookie dish by being pathological lying-liars of spinning everything to look like victims.

“A nation is defined by its borders, language & culture!”

Sean R. on January 21, 2014 at 10:18 pm

An Israeli friend of mine, an IDF Officer, stopped a Palestinian woman at a checkpoint at the Gaza border. She appeared to be pregnant but it was revealed that she had an explosive device taped to her abdomen. Another member of the religion of peace!

Paula Malka on January 22, 2014 at 1:42 pm

When I read this, battlefield executions came to mind. The penalty for spies and terrorists? Time to declare war? … According to Article 4 of the Third Geneva Convention of 1949, irregular forces are entitled to prisoner of war status provided that they are commanded by a person responsible for his subordinates, have a fixed distinctive sign recognizable at a distance, carry arms openly, and conduct their operations in accordance with the laws and customs of war. If they do not do meet all of these, they may be considered francs-tireurs (in the original sense of “illegal combatant”) and punished as criminals in a military jurisdiction, which may include summary execution.

Soldiers who are wearing uniforms of the opposing army after the start of combat may be considered illegal combatants and subject to summary execution. Many armies have performed this kind of false flag ruse in the past, including both German and U.S. special forces during World War II. However, if soldiers remove their disguises and put on proper insignia before the start of combat in such an operation, they are considered legal combatants and must be treated as prisoners-of-war if captured. This distinction was settled in the post-WWII trial of Otto Skorzeny, who led Operation Greif, an infiltration mission in which German commandos wore U.S. uniforms to infiltrate U.S. lines but removed them before actual combat.
Under martial law

Within a state’s policy, martial law may be declared in emergencies such as invasions or insurrections, and in such a case constitutionally protected rights would be suspended. Depending on a state’s interpretation of martial law, this may allow police or military forces to decide and carry out punishments that include death on its own citizens, in order to restore lawful authority or for other vital reasons.

Note that this would not include killing a suspect who is directly endangering another’s life, which police can always legally do, but rather, executing a suspect under one’s control as a punishment. Proving that a summary execution fell under this legal exception would be exceptionally difficult, as one would have to show why a judgment and sentence of death absolutely needed to be meted out on the spot. Hence, these kinds of extraordinary acts are almost always seen as illegal violations of human rights, as can be seen in the recent protests against summary executions passed under martial law in the Philippines.

Dale Zalaoras on January 22, 2014 at 8:14 pm

Debbie, I disagree. The Beast doesn’t deserve to be defamed by being equated to the Palis.

Infidel on January 24, 2014 at 7:02 am

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