Israel’s Public Security Minister notes that while male Palestinian terrorists “do what they do because they were promised 72 virgins,” there is now a new phenomenon, where several female terrorists sought death hoping to get good-looking male terrorists in Paradise.
By Itsik Saban
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan on Wednesday revealed a new phenomenon, of female Palestinian terrorists who say they want to become shahids (martyrs) so as to meet good-looking male shahids.
Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan – Photo: Uri Lenz
“There is now a new phenomenon: Once upon a time the [male] terrorists would do what they do because they were promised 72 virgins were waiting for them,” Erdan said. Continue Reading »
The butcher’s knife yielding 54 yr-old Palestinian terrorist was a bachelor that never married because he was waiting for his ’72 virgins in Paradise.‘
By Dalit Halevy
Ibrahim Barda’aya, a 54-year-old single resident of al-Aroub to the north of Hevron in Judea, was recently shot dead by security forces as he attempted to conduct a stabbing attack armed with a butcher’s knife.
The imam of Barda’aya’s mosque Abdullah Azam told the Hamas paper Palestine that the terrorist merited to be a “martyr” and to “marry virgins in Paradise,” reciting the classic Muslim trope used in inciting terror attacks. Continue Reading »
On Thursday for the Catholic Church‘s Int’l Day of Judaism, a controversial picture was uncovered to expose realities of the church’s anti-Semitic past.
By Ari Yashar
The Catholic Church of Poland unveiled a painting on Thursday that had been kept hidden since 2006, after protests from both Catholics and Jews opposed the depiction of Jews murdering Christian children in the classic anti-Semitic blood libel trope.
The painting, an 18th century CE work by Italian painter Charles de Prevot called “Mord Rytualny (Ritual Murder),” has been mounted on a wall at the cathedral in Sandomierz but hidden behind a red curtain for the past 8 years due to its contents. Continue Reading »