Police could have easily verified "Kahane relative's" alibi without arresting him. Therefore it is obvious and it is in front of everyone's eyes that his arrest had nothing to do with the mosque inquiry and it had everything to do with the sinister political need of the shin bet Jewish department to have the name Kahane and Kach printed on the front pages of newspapers in relation of the arson: I suspect it is a despicable act of intimidation against a specific minor with an important surname, an unforgivable slander against an orphan who's father was murdered and who's grandfather was murdered. Police, hands off from the Kahanas! They paid a high enough price for your incompetence already.
- This is talkback # 3 on "Mosque arson: Suspect released"
Surprise? NY Times Hypes Australia Opposition to Netanyahu Visit - by Ira Stoll - *...One could get 60 genuinely notable Americans to write a letter criticizing the New York Times’ coverage of Israel, and it almost certainly wouldn’t gen...
1 hour ago