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We Now Know That Hamas Had NOTHING To Do With Those Three Israeli Boys

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Today we found out the horrible discovery that Eyal Yifrach, 19, Naftali Fraenkel, 16, and Gil-ad Shaar, 16, the three kidnapped Israeli teenagers who sparked international outrage after they went missing in the West Bank, were in fact murdered. Their bodies were found on Monday, bringing all to the instant realization that they had been murdered rather than held for ransom.

But their disappearance on the night of June 12 led to Israeli politicians, pundits and armchair terrorism experts to immediately claim that they had been “kidnapped” and were being held in some sort of clever Hamas “prisoner swap”. Days, then weeks, went by but no demands were ever made…

The three teens had been waiting at Geva’ot Intersection, west of the settlement of Alon Shvut in the Etzion Bloc south of Jerusalem, in the occupied West Bank, just after 10:15 p.m. All unanimously agreed that the trio was hitchhiking, heading west on Route 367 toward Beit Shemesh, where they would then have sought rides to locations in central Israel where each of them lived.

The prevailing assessment of the Israeli government is that the kidnappers’ Hyundai i35 came to a stop when Hamas terrorists Amer Abu Aysha and Marwan Kawasme tricked the boys into getting into their vehicle.

That’s when one of the boys called the police at 10:25 p.m. and whispered, “We’ve been kidnapped.”

This call lasted for only 2:09 minutes but was then cut off.

A senior officer tried to call the number back eight times, receiving busy signals and then voicemail, five times. That’s when, Israel alleges, the Hamas terrorists shot the three teens dead in the backseat of the car.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that they were murdered “in cold blood.”

That seems clear. But Hamas? What about all of the claims that this was a clever scheme to free Palestinian prisoners?

Security officials had indicated that the boys were to serve as bargaining chips that would free thousands of Palestinians prisoners “and promote the Hamas brand throughout the West Bank,” according to the Israeli newspaper Ha’Aretz. But what about that?

Early on, when the boys first were reported missing, I said that they were not kidnapped for ransom, but were killed by criminals, not by kidnappers. Immediately, Israeli nationalist after Israeli nationalist said that I was wrong about this, even though I was speaking on one of my fields of expertise and education.

Still, they maintained that this was just a ploy to get hundreds of Palestinian prisoners released?

Hamas didn’t kill these kids. That should be obvious to anyone paying attention. If they had, they would have used them for a prisoner swap like everyone said they would.

These kids were given a ride and killed by pissed off Palestinians from the West Bank with zero connection to Gazan Hamas.

This was a crime of opportunity with zero planning.

They saw Jewish settlers hitchhiking and they decided to give them a ride to kill them. That’s all there is to the story. Nothing more, nothing less: just as I said from my assessment on day one of their disappearance.

(Article by M.B. David)

1 Comment on "We Now Know That Hamas Had NOTHING To Do With Those Three Israeli Boys"

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  1. Angel says:

    Excuse me, but we DO NOT know that. You’ve presented NO evidence to support your point, other than that nobody has come forward to take the blame. What’s more, blaming the VICTIMS of the attack is a no-win policy. You need to evaluate this situation not according to your anti-israeli hatred (which at times, given the Israeli Government’s vicious folly can be understandable) because your hatred will blind you. At this point the case is still open- there is no proof EITHER WAY.

    I’m only setting this down for the record, because you have NOT proven ANYTHING.

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