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Thursday, 14 February 2013
Israel: Jihad-Minded Arab Muslims Flit To Syria

Just as so many other dangerous Muslims from the Muslim colonies within other non-Muslim lands are doing, right now. It seems that Syria is the place that some Muslims are falling over themselves to enter.

As reported by Israel's Ynet and Arutz Sheva.

First, Ynet.,7340,L-4341064,00.html

'Convicted Murderer Suspected of Fleeing to Syria'.

'Tamra resident sentenced to 20 years failed to report back to Hermon Prison after 12-hour leave. (12-hour leave?? !!! - still, it's an ill wind blows nobody no good...CM).

'Two relatives claim they helped him cross border'.

They should be encouraged to follow him. Looks like they aren't quite as pious and jihad-minded as their kinsman. - CM

'A 23 year old resident of Tamra who is serving a 20-year sentence for murder failed to report back to prison after a 12-hour leave.

'His family said he escaped immediately after leaving the facility for his break.  The IDF suspects he crossed the border into Syria with the help of two relatives.

Good riddance. Perhaps there's an  Alawite bullet out there with his name on it. - CM

'At around 8 pm, IDF forces detected several suspects near the fence on the Syrian border in the northern Golan Heights.  Soldiers arrested two suspects ages 19 and 21 from Tamra and Jaljulia.

'The two said they were helping a relative cross over to Syria.  One of the suspects claimed the man was a relative of his who was serving a 20-year sentence for murder.

'The prisoner, who has been jailed since 2006, was meant to return to the Hermon Prison with his family after a brief leave, but never returned.  Police initially said that the two were arrested on suspicion they tried to smuggle drugs into Syria, but it was later proved inaccurate".

A couple of the  talkbacks are priceless.  E.G., Talkbacker # 2, identifying himself as 'American Hindu, USA', observed succinctly, "Good! Let them all leave for Syria!", while Haim, of Tel Aviv, remarked, 'Plenty of murderers in Syria, he should fit in well".

And now to the Arutz Sheva/ Israel National News version of the story; and more talkbackers with an eye to the big picture.

"Israeli Killer Flees to Syria".

To join the jihad against the Alawites, presumably. - CM

'An Israeli-Arab [that is, an Arab Muslim with an Israeli passport - CM] serving a 25 year sentence for murder has fled to war-torn Syria.  Two relatives arrested'.

'Two Israeli Arab prisoners (that is, two Arab Muslims with Israeli citizenship; citizenship which should forthwith be annulled - CM) succeeded in fleeing to Syria on Monday night.  

'Two relatives of one of the men have been arrested on suspicion of assisting in his escape.

'One of the prisoners, 20 year old Mohammed Yassin, was serving a 25 year sentence for murder.

Mohammed Yassin.  The Ynet report never mentioned his name, but something about the shape of this story suggested strongly to me that he was neither a Jew nor a Christian. - CM

'He, two of his relatives and the second prisoner made their way to the border fence in the Golan on Monday evening.  Yassin and the other prisoner slipped through while his relatives kept watch.  Soldiers were alerted to activity along the fence, but the two prisoners managed to escape as they arrive.

'The men who assisted them, ages 22 and 24, from Tamara and Jaljuliya, were arrested.  They confessed to assisting in the escape.

'Yassin was on a 12 hour leave from prison.  Israeli prisoners are often granted permission to leave jail for short periods of time as a reward for good behaviour."

In other words, he and the other unnamed person lay low, bided their time, played nice, got their break, and bolted...straight from the safety of a cushy cell in a Jewish-run prison, to the bombs, shrapnel, flying bullets and explosions of jihad-wracked Syria. Israel's only concern, now, should be to prevent these bent-on-jihad 'escapees' from ever returning into Israel.

And among the Arutz sheva talkbackers there are at least a couple, like  the two gentlemen whose comments at Ynet I reproduced above, who are looking on the bright side.

For example, #10, under the headline, 'All's well that ends well', remarks, "Living in Syria is WORSE than an Israeli prison, something this murderer will find out very shortly.  The whole country is a prison and in a civil war. And now Israel does not have to foot the bill for 20 years.  Israel should let all Arab prisoners escape to Syria. Just make sure that he cannot get back into Israel" - Steve, Dallas, USA.  #15 agreed - 'Anyway, Very Good.  He will BH be killed there by Assad.  Better to have him out than continue to waste $ on such scum - Tzvi'. 

Posted on 02/14/2013 8:31 PM by Christina McIntosh
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