Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Israeli Woman having “consensual” sex with Palestinian Minor- Lied about Rape.

This false rape claim brings up many hot button topics on it's own. However the fact that this occurred in Israel, making the situation even more politically charged, adds an extra problematic layer to this situation.

Let’s talk about the many problems with the story posted below

1- The alleged ‘rape’ victim lied. A jewish Israeli women- False rape claim

2- The family of the alleged victim- Liars- Jewish Israelis

3- No charges against alleged victim or family (Jewish Israelis) for lying to the police and courts. Why?

4- The youth (Arab) she was having consensual sex with is a minor, making the women a pedophile?

5- Leading to the question of consensual sex, really? Such an imbalance of power in the country of Israel on so many levels.  Beyond the aspect of adult to minor. The gross imbalance of power in general? How would this type of ‘consensual’ relationship been portrayed if it had been a adult male to minor female? Adult Israeli male to Palestinian minor?

6- Why is the Palestinian minor still being held in an Israeli prison aka house of torture? Why is the minor being charged at all?

7- Pay attention to how Bibi Netanyahu took to social media (face book) to create a controversy and enrage the masses- The manipulative factor of social media is problematic. And is always used to manipulatete the public at large- Bibi set a perfect example of why it is best to avoid this type of perception management via social media. Making him a disgrace as a leader- but we already know that!

It's likely there are other issues that haven't even occurred to me- The seven identified issues surely just scratch the surface. Netanyahu was undoubtedly baiting.


A Jewish Israeli woman who claimed to have been raped by two Palestinians in Tel Aviv has told the police that she lied about the allegations.

The 22-year-old woman, who is mentally challenged, said that she was in a consensual relationship with one of the Palestinians, a minor, and that her family fabricated the rape allegations to put an end to their affair.

In an official statement, the police said that after 15 days of investigating the case no evidence has been found to support the rape allegations.

The police said it has asked the court to release the two suspects under restricted conditions. They will be required to post bail, stay away from Tel Aviv and avoid contact with the accuser. The minor is expected to be charged with being in Israel illegally.

The two Palestinians, residents of the Nablus area, were arrested last Wednesday. The woman claimed that during the rape, which she said took place on Independence Day, the two also cursed and hurled racist epithets at her, and urinated on her. A third person who was accused of being involved in the case was never apprehended.

The woman changed her account following a court hearing on Monday. The police initially decided not to release the minor while trying to make sure that the woman didn't withdraw her testimony because she was afraid or exhausted from the questioning.

The case caused controversy over the past week as the police struggled to ascertain whether the alleged attack was politically motivated.

Last Thursday night, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu complicated matters with a Facebook post relating to the incident: “This was a horrific crime that requires wall-to-wall condemnation, but such condemnation hasn’t been heard. "One can only imagine what would have happened if the situation were reversed,” Netanyahu wrote, implying that if the accused assailants were Jewish and the victim was  Arab, the reaction would have been one of greater outrage.

By the next morning, however, the prime minister had developed second thoughts, posting: “The incident as reported caused me deep shock and pain – however, it wasn’t right for me to address the topic until the investigation was complete.”


  1. Bunch of MonkeysJune 1, 2016 at 4:32 PM

    Bibi selects a new ultra-hawk Defense (and West Bank) Minister in Avigdor Lieberman. Next comes a former director of the state funded Temple Institute which seeks to build a new Jewish temple on the Temple mount.

    Note Ya'alon's comments...

    “Extremist and dangerous forces have taken over Israel and the Likud movement,” Moshe Ya’alon remarked at a press conference following his ouster as defense minister.

    The focus of attention was on Netanyahu’s imminent appointment of Yisrael Beitenu (Israel Our Home) party leader Avigdor Lieberman to the defense ministry, overlooking Ya’alon’s replacement in Likud: US-born settler and face of the Temple Movement Yehuda Glick.

    The Temple Movement aims to build a third Jewish temple on Haram al-Sharif as part of a vision to replace Israel’s ethnocratic parliamentary system with a monarchy based on halacha (Jewish law) throughout Eretz Yisrael (the biblical Land of Israel including Palestine and beyond). While Lieberman’s appointment signifies a success for Israel’s secular right wing, Glick’s entrance to the parliament is a major step forward in the Religious Zionist takeover of Israel."

    If one cannot see the upcoming "End Times" production coming one must not be looking too hard...

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