I’m sure the mosque or the neighbors next door are just celebrating the Hindu or Buddhist use of the symbol, but considering how much they hate Hindus and Buddhists and the fact that the flag uses the old Nazi style, I am going to go ahead and assume that these are our moderate peace partners.
Israel’s Tazpit News Agency this morning reported that hundreds of residents of the Gush Etzion area were “astounded” to find a Nazi flag flying next to a mosque in the Palestinian town of Beit Ummar.
The flag, as can be seen from the image provided, was found by residents who were driving to Jerusalem on Monday morning. Reports suggest the flag had been up on the pole since “early morning hours”. As of two hours ago, the flag remained.
Local resident Uri Arnon told Tazpit: “I felt we were going back 75 years, losing our hold on the land. The Arabs no longer feel the need to hide their murderous tendencies, announcing out loud that they wish to destroy us.”
Beit Ummar has a population of around 15,000 citizens and straddles Areas B and C, allowing for both Palestinian civil authority, but Israeli control in part.
The Palestinian Authority has a certain fondness for Nazism. Let’s not forget that fine fellow named Hitler who has won an election or two over there.
A terrorist known in his hometown as “Hitler” – both for his physical resemblance to the German dictator and for his policies – has swept local primaries and will represent his district for the ruling Fatah party in upcoming Palestinian legislative elections, according to Palestinian sources.
Jamal Abu Al-Rub, a leader of the Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, won the Fatah primaries in the northern Samarian village of Qabatya, just outside Jenin, election officials say. He was one of dozens of terrorists and militant leaders to dominate the local elections.
The Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, founded in 2000, is a terrorist group responsible for dozens of deadly suicide bombings and hundreds of shooting attacks against Israeli civilians.