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Jewish Jihadist

President Trump
"Where is our Apology?"


Jerusalem (CNN) A Jewish teenager was arrested Thursday in connection with a series of bomb threats that have rattled Jewish institutions and community centers across the United States and other countries, Israeli police said.

A months-long international investigation led to the 19-year-old suspect, who used "advanced camouflage technologies" to cover his tracks, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

The suspect holds dual American-Israeli citizenship, an Israeli security official told CNN. He was arrested in southern Israel after an undercover investigation with the FBI.

Instead of accusing Amercan Christians of hate crimes against Jews, as our President did in his first "America-Last" speech to Congress, he should have proposed, not just a physical wall to protect America from foreign threats, but should have proposed an ELECTRONIC WALL to protect us as well.

Where is that Electronic Wall President Trump?

Instead of saying that "now freely Christian" Russia was trying to affect our elections, Trump should be saying that the "non-Christian" crimes against humanity APARTHEID Israel is actually trying to affect our elections.

Why are you not protecting America from Jewish Jihadists President Trump?

Why are you not protecting America from Israel President Trump?

Instead of being ISRAEL FIRST, when will President Trump be AMERICA FIRST?


ADL still blames Christians
for the crimes Jews do



"While the details of this crime remain unclear, the impact of this individual's actions is crystal clear: These were acts of anti-Semitism," ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement. "These threats targeted Jewish institutions, were calculated to sow fear and anxiety and put the entire Jewish community on high alert."

When will President Trump call out the ADL and all the Jews who support the ADL, for continuing to openingly imply Amercan Christians are antisemitic, even after it becomes a known fact that this was a far worst crime than even the alleged crime --  a Jewish black flag operation to frame millions upon millions of totally innocent American Christians is far, far worst than one guilty Christian actually doing the crime?

This is Jewish jihadi terrorism creating far more damage to the nation than a bomb in a park.

This is nothing less than a crime against humanity.

Not just all Jews, but in implimenting this henious calculated plan, all Christians were terrorized by this fraud.

When will President Trump call out black flag Jewish jihadi terrorist crime against humanity?

When will President Trump praise America for being the greatest country in the world for treatment of minorities, while calling out the nation of Israel as the worst country in the world for openly, systematically and inhumanely oppressing their Palistinian minority?



Silence when Black Muslims threaten Jews


After we find out that not only a Jewish-American Jew living in Israel has a black flag operation, but a black Muslim living in America has a black flag operation trying to pin antisemitism on Americans.

When will President Trump stop being like Obama whose silence protected minorities from crimes everyone else would be publically condemned for doing?


If nothing else,
how about a tweet?



Heh, President Trump, I don't need you to say this to all Americans in a speech to a joint session of Congress.

Right now, I would just be happy with a simple tweet condeming henious dual-citizen Jews and hateful black Muslims for trying to incite race wars.

      

Source:

JCC bomb threats: Teen suspect   arrested in Israel

Updated 7:23 PM ET, Thu March 23, 2017


Jerusalem (CNN)A Jewish teenager was arrested Thursday in connection with a series of bomb threats that have rattled Jewish institutions and community centers across the United States and other countries, Israeli police said.

A months-long international investigation led to the 19-year-old suspect, who used "advanced camouflage technologies" to cover his tracks, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said.

The suspect holds dual American-Israeli citizenship, an Israeli security official told CNN. He was arrested in southern Israel after an undercover investigation with the FBI.

The threats were made against sites in the United States, Australia and New Zealand. In one case, an airline had to make an emergency landing, Rosenfeld said.
Law enforcement officials have told CNN they believed many of the threatening calls to Jewish community centers originated overseas.

Israeli police are still trying to determine the teen suspect's motive. The FBI confirmed the arrest and said in a statement it could not provide further information.

'Relieved' reaction

JCC Association of North America President and CEO Doron Krakow said he was "gratified" by the arrest but added that he was "troubled" by the suspect's background.

"We are troubled to learn that the individual suspected of making these threats against Jewish Community Centers, which play a central role in the Jewish community, as well as serve as inclusive and welcoming places for all, is reportedly Jewish," Krakow said.

Other leaders of Jewish institutions, including the Anti-Defamation League, said they were "relieved" by the arrest.

"While the details of this crime remain unclear, the impact of this individual's actions is crystal clear: These were acts of anti-Semitism," ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement. "These threats targeted Jewish institutions, were calculated to sow fear and anxiety and put the entire Jewish community on high alert."

"We're very relieved that the person was caught," Rick Zakalik, executive director of the JCC of Greater Buffalo, told CNN. "It's obviously a very disturbed young man, and I pity his parents."

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions commended the FBI and Israeli National Police for their work on the case.

"Today's arrest in Israel is the culmination of a large-scale investigation spanning multiple continents for hate crimes against Jewish communities across our country," Sessions said in a statement. "The Department of Justice is committed to protecting the civil rights of all Americans, and we will not tolerate the targeting of any community in this country on the basis of their religious beliefs."

The suspect

The teenager has a history of behavioral issues and was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor when he was 14, his attorney, Galit Besh, told CNN.

The suspect's father was detained and questioned in connection to the investigation, Besh said.

Shiraz Biton, a neighbor in the southern Israel city of Ashkelon, said that she has seen the suspect and his family a lot. The suspect was "quiet" and "introverted" and seemed a "little strange," she said.

"He was always alone," Biton said. "Him and his laptop."

Rampant threats in US

In the US alone, more than 100 bomb threats have been made this year against Jewish community centers and schools. The threats were spread across 33 states and most came as part of five waves.

Though none of the threats was carried out, the calls and emails prompted evacuations and anxiety for many of the targets. Several instances of vandalism of Jewish cemeteries, though unrelated, heightened fears of anti-Semitism.

The incidents reached such a critical mass that President Donald Trump addressed the matter several weeks ago in his first speech to Congress.

"Recent threats targeting Jewish Community Centers and vandalism of Jewish cemeteries ... remind us that while we may be a nation divided on policies, we are a country that stands united in condemning hate and evil in all its forms," Trump said.

Most of the bomb threats were believed to have been made by one person using technology to disguise his voice to sound like a woman's, while the other threats likely were made by copycats, a New York police official said earlier this month.

The calls were "unprecedented" for their methodical approach and sophistication, said Paul Goldenberg, who advises Jewish organizations on security as national director of the Secure Community Network.

"These masking technologies are very effective," he previously told CNN.

On March 3, a fired reporter was arrested and accused of making at least eight of the bomb threats.

[Black Muslim] Juan Thompson, who was fired from the online news site The Intercept for fabricating quotes, made the threats in an attempt to intimidate someone after their romantic relationship ended, authorities said.

But the accusation against Thompson accounted for just a small fraction of the more than 100 bomb threats received by Jewish institutions this year, according to data from the JCC Association of North America.


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