Israel police arrest Israeli Jewish man in threats on US Jewish targets

(Didn’t the complicit press demonize Trump for suggesting some of the recent hoax bomb threats could have been a “false flag”? Yes, yes they did)

UPDATE: The Huffington Post has now posted an article that fails to mention this arrest or the guy who spray painted swastikas on his own house and asks readers to register hate crimes committed against them since Trump took office.

Since Nov. 8, people have been shot, synagogues have been threatened, and even children aren’t spared from bigotry. But how much are these acts of hate on the rise?” Huffington Post

And no, that link to “synagogues (that) have been threatened” does not go to the article which states this Jewish guy from Israel is the one who made them.

from the AP

Israeli police on Thursday arrested a 19-year-old Israeli Jewish man as the primary suspect in a string of bomb threats targeting Jewish community centers and other institutions in the U.S., marking a potential breakthrough in the case.

Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld described the suspect as a hacker, but said his motives were still unclear. Israeli media identified him as an American-Israeli dual citizen and said he had been found unfit for compulsory service in the Israeli military.

He’s the guy who was behind the JCC threats,” Rosenfeld said, referring to the dozens of anonymous threats phoned in to Jewish community centers in the U.S. over the past two months.

The FBI, which had taken part in the investigation, confirmed the arrest but had no other comment…

[read more here]

6 Responses

  1. Here is example of of self hate crime hoax on laical scale:

    On Feb. 10, King, who is Jewish, told the Daily Gazette of Schenectady that he intended to leave the anti-semitic symbols on his house.
    “This can show people who thrive on hate, in my opinion, that love trumps hate in the long run,” King told the Daily Gazette. “I will consult with the religious community and see how long we should leave them up, Jewish, Christian and Muslim.”
    March 21 Schenectady man accused of painting swastikas on own home arraigned

    Note that they announced it 2 days ago. Is it possible that Sessions and DOJ finally is fighting back? Because clearly all those hoaxes were directed against Trump.

  2. I don’t believe anything that comes out of Israel.

    • “I don’t believe anything that comes out of Israel.” - In this case it is not important what you believe. The most important is the admission that the wave of anti-semitic actions were all false flags. And it is reasonable to accept that the hoaxes were directed against Trump. I would like to believe that Sessions and DOJ finally began to flex the muscle on the side of Trump by leading investigations to arrests of false flaggers (one Israel, one in Missouri, one in Schenectady).

  3. You can’t help but feel that almost all supposed anti-Semitism today is a useful ploy for Israel.

  4. Whenever I hear about “threats” made against Jews, I automatically presume that it’s yet another false flag, since they are so common.

    Below, a Jewish man this week spray painted swastikas on his own house, and called the police, but his scam was exposed.


    By the way, perhaps you heard about that U.N. report admitting that Israeli apartheid was apartheid.

    The report was published by the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), led by Under Secretary General Rima Khalaf.

    Israel did not like the report. Therefore the U.N. purged the report from its web site, and purged Ms. Khalaf from the U.N.

  5. Ah, we can expect the ADL to demonstrate its unrivaled impartiality, honesty and humanitarian concern any time soon.

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