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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

BBC Continues to Dehumanize Israeli Victims


Below is the BBC Report about the woman who was killed in a terrorist rocket attack on Sderot last night. Notice the subtle bias. The woman's name is missing (her name is Faina Slutzker and her picture is to the right) once again in an attempt to dehumanize her. The report also says she (Faina Sluzker) lives near Gaza implying that she was part of an occupying force. That part of Israel is so small EVERYTHING is near Gaza, but maybe the BBC editors don't own a map. More likely they have purchased their maps from Arab sources. Those maps do not have Israel on them.

Bio and Picture from
Israelly Cool
Faina Slotzker, was a real human being not the faceless nameless "woman killed" as reported in the press . She was 57, when she was killed Wednesday morning after being hit by shrapnel from a rocket that landed in Sderot. Fatima is survived by a husband, Michael, and two children.



Palestinian rocket kills Israeli
Israeli rabbis recover human remains after missile attack
Sderot's residents have borne the brunt of Qassam missile attacks
An Israeli woman has been killed and one man injured in a Palestinian rocket attack on the town of Sderot, Israeli officials say.

Police say six rockets fell in and around Sderot, close to the border with Gaza in southern Israel.
The Israeli army has been carrying out raids in Gaza intended to stop such rocket attacks.
Last week 19 Palestinian civilians were killed in Beit Hanoun, in an Israeli strike blamed on a technical failure.
A man in his 20s was also seriously wounded in the strike on the town, whose western edge lies less than a kilometre from the Gaza border.
They will pay a heavy price. We will move against those who are involved from the leaders to the last of their terrorists
Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz

The 57-year-old woman was taken to Barzilai hospital in Ashkelon, but she died from her wounds, medical officials said.
There have been several claims of responsibility, including one from the armed wing of the governing Hamas militant group. It said the attack was a response to the deaths in Beit Hanoun.
"These organisations will pay a heavy price," said Israeli Defence Minister Amir Peretz.
"We will move against those who are involved in the firing of rockets, starting from their leaders and down to the last of their terrorists."
Sderot is Mr Peretz's home town and the injured man is a member of a private security firm that guards his residence there.


I like the way Aussie Dave of Israelly Cool put it:
An Israeli woman has been killed, and an Israeli man has lost his legs, after palestinian terrorists fired Kassams at civilians in Sderot. The international community is in uproar, and a special UN Security Council resolution condemning the terrorist's targeting of innocent civilians has been drafted.
Faina Slotzker, 57, was killed Wednesday morning after being hit by shrapnel from a rocket that landed in Sderot. Fatima is survived by a husband, Michael, and two children.

The couple immigrated to Israel in 2003 to join their daughter and her husband who made aliyah before them and were already living in Sderot.

Faina and her husband live in the Neve Eshkol neighborhood in town. at the time of the attack, Faina was making her way to the town's center, while Michael was headed for the local HMO branch. Shortly after they parted, Michael heard the explosion, and later learned that his wife was hurt in the attack.
Yael From Boker Tov Boulder Provides a More comprehensive list of victims at the end of a very powerful post
If we look at Islamic terrorist attacks inside Israel since July 2005, we get a completely different, even contradictory, impression:
Aug 24, 2005 - Shmuel Mett, 21, of Britain, a Mir Yeshiva student, was returning from the Western Wall to the yeshiva in Jerusalem's Beit Yisrael neighborhood when he was fatally stabbed near Jaffa Gate in the Old City. Two other students were wounded.
Sept 21, 2005 - Sasson Nuriel, 55, of Jerusalem was kidnapped and slain by Palestinian terrorists. His body was found on Sept 26 in a garbage dump in the industrial zone of Bitunya, west of Ramallah. Hamas claimed responsibility for the attack.
Oct 16, 2005 - Matat (Rosenfeld) Adler, 21, and her cousin, Kineret Mandel, 23, both of Carmel, and Oz Ben-Meir, 15, of Maon were killed and three were wounded when Palestinians opened fire at the Gush Etzion junction south of Jerusalem. Another teenager was shot and seriously wounded near Eli, in Samaria. The Fatah Al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades claimed responsibility for both attacks.
Oct 23, 2005 - Katy David, 27, of Kfar Yona, was found murdered in a grove of eucalyptus trees near Hadera. She was stabbed and beaten to death by two Arab terrorists, who later confessed that they murdered her "because she was a Jew."
Oct 26, 2005 - Six people were killed and 55 wounded, six seriously, in a suicide bombing at the Hadera open-air market. The Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack. The victims: Michael Kaufman, 68, of Hadera; Pirhiya Machlouf, 53, of Hadera; Sabiha Nissim, 66, of Moshav Ahituv; Jamil Qa'adan, 48, of Baka al-Gharbiya; and Ya'acov Rahmani, 68, of Hadera. A sixth victim, Genia Poleis, 66, of Hadera, died of her wounds 11 days later, on November 5....
Dec 5, 2005 - Five people were killed and over 50 wounded in a suicide bombing at the entrance to the Sharon shopping mall in Netanya. The terrorist detonated the bomb when he was stopped by security guards, one of whom was killed. The Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack. The victims: Haim Amram, 26, of Netanya, a security guard at the mall; Alexandra Garmitzky, 65, of Netanya; Daniel Golani, 45, of Nahariya; Elia Rosen, 38, of Bat Hefer; and Keinan Tsuami, 20, of Petah Tikva....
Dec 29, 2005 - Lt. Ori Binamo, 21, of Nesher was killed when a terrorist en route to carry out an attack in Israel detonated himself at a roadblock set up near Tulkarm following an intelligence tip. A second intended suicide terrorist was also killed in the blast as well as the taxi driver and a third passenger. Three soldiers and seven Palestinians were wounded.
Feb 5, 2006 - Kinneret Ben Shalom Hajbi, 58, of Petah Tikva was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist while traveling on a number 51 service taxi to Tel Aviv. Five other passengers were wounded....
Mar 30, 2006 - Rafi Halevy, 63, and his wife Helena, 58, of Kedumim, Re’ut Feldman, 20, of Herzliya, and Shaked Lasker, 16, of Kedumim were killed when a suicide bomber hitchhiker disguised as an ultra-Orthodox yeshiva student detonated his explosive device in a private vehicle near the entrance to Kedumim.
Apr 17, 2006 - Eleven people were killed and over 60 wounded in a suicide bombing during the Passover holiday at the Rosh Ha'ir shawarma restaurant, near the old central bus station in Tel Aviv. The Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for the attack. The victims: Philip Balhasan, 45, of Ashdod; Rozalia Beseneyi, 48, and PiroÅŸca Boda 50, of Romania; Marcel Cohen, 73, of Nice, France; Ariel Darhi, 31, of Bat Yam; Victor Erez, 60, of Givatayim; Binyamin Haputa, 47, of Lod; David Shaulov, 29, of Holon; Lily Yunes, 42, of Oranit. Lior Anidzar, 26, of Tel Aviv died of his wounds on May 13. Daniel Wultz, 16, of Weston, Florida (USA) died on May 14.
June 11, 2006 - Marwan Abed Shweika, 35, of the Abu Tor neighborhood in Jerusalem was killed and two other Arab Israelis were wounded in a shooting attack while driving late at night West Bank highway north of Jerusalem.
June 25, 2006 - Lt. Hanan Barak, 20, of Arad and Staff-Sgt. Pavel Slutzker, 20, of Dimona were killed when terrorists from the Hamas and Popular Resistance Committees terror organizations infiltrated Israeli territory between the Kerem Shalom and Sufa crossings, by means of a tunnel dug from the Rafah area. Another soldier was abducted, and four others were wounded.
June 25, 2006 - Eliyahu Pinhas Asheri, 18, of Itamar was kidnapped by terrorists from the Popular Resistance Committees while hitchhiking from Betar Illit, southwest of Bethlehem, to Neveh Tzuf, where he was studying. His body was found on June 29 in Ramallah. It is believed that he was murdered shortly after his kidnapping....
Aug 10, 2006 - Angelo Frammartino, 24, of Monte Rotondo, Italy was stabbed to death by an Arab knifeman while walking with friends on Sultan Suleiman street in east Jerusalem. It is believed that the attack was a nationalistically motivated terror attack, and not an attempted robbery.
Aug 19, 2006 - St.-Sgt. Ro'i Farjoun, 21, of Yehud was killed when a terrorist opened fire at the Bekaot chekpoint in the Jordan Valley. The Fatah al-Aqsa Martyrs' Brigades claimed responsibility for the attack.

Read Yael's entire post click here
My Prayers go out to Faina's Family and the family of all of these victims. May they be comforted together with all of the mourners of Israel. May Faina and all of these tragic victims rest in peace and may their memory always be for a blessing.

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3 comments:

Freedom said...

The BBC even ignores its own report on anti-Israel bias. They can't help themselves, they still believe they are Lawrence of Arabia incarnate.

The once proud, prestigious, unbiased, radio service has become no more than a propaganda tool of the Arabs world. Its ratings are sagging, its revenues are dropping, people see right through the thin veneer of "balanced reporting," yet BBC cares not a fig about it all.

It is rapidly descending into an ever deepening abyss of lies, distortions, half truth and innuendos. Its credibility shattered, its legendary reliability is no more. Pity...

Smooth said...

Good post, YWL.

Yael said...

The joke's on the BBC. Fatima Slutsker was Muslim. Had they known that, I'm sure they wouldn't have treated her, well, like a Jew.

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull&cid=1162378409973