Sunday, June 23, 2019

On Guilt

The case of a seven-year old girl, suspected of being raped, is causing me pain.

It has developed in such a way as to challenge all as to their ability and willingness to be fair, to accept any and all possibilities and most of all, not to prejudge.

Would they accept all they have said concerning the suspect if he was a Jew, not an Arab?

Have they not in the past, as in cases of firebombings, rockthrowings and torching, cried out against the police, the media and others the same way as is happening now?

Consider the case:


Is it not possible that someone else could have raped her?

On the face of the claims of the victim and her family, how logical is the guilt of the suspect?

Could he have raped her her?  Certainly. There was just recently the Ori Ansbacher case and during the Mandate period multiple cases. There's a new book out on sexual offenses during that time. The Stahl-Zohar case stands out as reported on June 7, 1932:




Could something else have occured?  For sure.

Whatever develops and whatever the court's decision, I would hope that all keep an open mind.

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4 comments:

Mr. Cohen said...

Must-read exposé of New York Times
relentless hatred against Israel:

New York Times Grills
Presidential Candidates about
Israel’s Human Rights Record
by Ira Stoll:


www.algemeiner.com/2019/06/20/new-york-times-grills-presidential-candidates-about-israels-human-rights-record/

PS:Why should anyone trust the
New York Times when their relentless
hatred against Israel is blatantly obvious?

===================================
Winston Churchill said this in 1937 CE:

“[Winston] Churchill did not accept that the Jews
were a foreign race [to the Holy Land]. He said it was
the Arabs who had been the outsiders, the conquerors.”

SOURCE: Churchill and the Jews
(chapter 10, page 115) by Martin Gilbert, year 2007 CE

CHRONOLOGY:
Winston Churchill was British Prime Minister
from 1940 to 1945 CE and from 1951 to 1955 CE.

HISTORY NOTE:

According to the Wikipedia internet encyclopedia,
these lands were conquered by the Rashidun Caliphs,
from year 632 to year 661 of the Common Era
(from west to East): Libya, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon,
Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Eastern Turkey, and Iran.

Therefore, Winston Churchill was correct when
he said that the Muslims were the outsiders
and conquerors, with respect to the land of Israel.

===================================
Winston Churchill said this in 1937 CE:

“When the Mohammedan upset occurred in world history,
and the great hordes of Islam swept over these places,
they broke it [Palestine] all up, smashed it all up.

You have seen the terraces on the hills which used to be
cultivated, which under Arab rule have remained a desert.”

SOURCE: Churchill and the Jews
(chapter 10, page 116) by Martin Gilbert, year 2007 CE

CHRONOLOGY:
Winston Churchill was British Prime Minister
from 1940 to 1945 CE and from 1951 to 1955 CE.

===================================
Winston Churchill said [in year 1955 CE]:

“You ought to let the Jews have Jerusalem;
it is they who made it famous.”

SOURCE: Churchill and the Jews
(chapter 26, page 292) by Martin Gilbert, year 2007 CE

CHRONOLOGY:
Winston Churchill was British Prime Minister
from 1940 to 1945 CE and from 1951 to 1955 CE.

Mr. Cohen said...

Mordechai Nisan [author of
The Crack-Up of the Israeli Left] said:


“It is good business to be a Leftist.

You get funded from foreign anti-Semites,
you get to travel around the world,
speak on distinguished panels,
enjoy extensive media coverage,
and receive praise from a variety of prominent
people and noteworthy organizations. Fame,
though short-lived, is an attractive commodity,
though tarnished by infamy forever.”

SOURCE: How the Israeli Left Lost It
by Edward Alexander, 2019 June 23
www.algemeiner.com/2019/06/23/how-the-israeli-left-lost-it/

Mr. Cohen said...

Jonathan S. Tobin said:

“Like most of the rest of the Democrats,
[Pete] Buttigieg [mayor of South Bend]
seems to see Israel’s legitimacy as linked to
the creation of a Palestinian state alongside it.”

....

“At its core, the Democrats’ conception of the
U.S.-Israel relationship is that of a great power
and a client state that must do as it’s told.”

SOURCE: Trump discarded the carrot-and-stick
approach to Israel
by Jonathan S. Tobin, 2019 June 20
www.jns.org/opinion/trump-discarded-the-carrot-and-stick-approach-to-israel/

===================================
Jonathan S. Tobin said:

When The New York Times decided
to give the Democratic presidential
candidates a chance to answer 18
policy questions in a video essay,
the only one that touched on
the Middle East went as follows:

“Do you think Israel meets international
standards of human rights?”

That question summed up the anti-Israel
bias of the so-called newspaper of record
as well as anything it has ever published.

Considering the scores of nations with
egregious human-rights records and
the presence in Israel’s immediate
proximity to many of them, it speaks
volumes about the obsessive nature
of the paper’s prejudice that the
only query it would ask about was
the one country in the region that is
a democracy and respects human rights.

SOURCE: Trump discarded the
carrot-and-stick approach to Israel

by Jonathan S. Tobin, 2019 June 20
www.jns.org/opinion/trump-discarded-the-carrot-and-stick-approach-to-israel/

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