On Friday, an Israeli guard pumped ten bullets into body of Doron Ben-Shalush, 46, a Jewish warshipper at the Jewish Holy Wailing Wall. According to the Jewish security guard, he mistook the guy as Muslim militant for shouting Allahu Akbar (Allah is the Greatest, in Arabic).

The incident shows how Israeli guards get paranoid listening to Islamic statements – because they’re raised on hatred toward Palestinian Muslims and Christians.

However, this is not the first time an Israeli Jew killed a fellow Jew. A 2003 Israeli documentary 100,000 Radiations revealed how the Zionist regime murdered 100,000 Sephardi youths, by mass radiation poisoning on behalf of the US government. For doing so, the American government paid the Israeli government 300,000 Israeli liras a year. The entire Health budget was 60,000 liras. The money paid by the Americans is equivalent to billions of dollars today.

In 2007, Professor Daniel Bar-Tal (Tel Aviv University) released findings of Israeli educational textbooks investigations.

“The early textbooks tended to describe acts of Arabs as hostile, deviant, cruel, immoral, unfair, with the intention to hurt Jews and to annihilate the State of Israel. Within this frame of reference, Arabs were delegitimized by the use of such labels as ‘robbers,’ ‘bloodthirsty,’ and ‘killers”.

Another Israeli academic, Professor Nurit Peled-Elhanan (Hebrew University, Jerusalem), daughter of Israel’s 1967 War hero, Gen. Peled, had come to the same conclusion in her study of Israeli school textbooks.

One Israeli textbook, we are told, acknowledges that most of the Palestinians killed by Zionist forces in the village of Deir Yassin, near Jerusalem, in 1948 were women, children or elderly. Yet the book cites claims that the victims died because they refused to leave their homes and that the massacre “still serves as an excuse for Arab propaganda against Israel.”

This excuse bears a chilling similarity to the one used by the Zionist regime when it subjected Gaza to a three-week bombing campaign in late 2008 and early 2009. And this excuse is not confined to one work. The 2009 book Israeli Nationalism and Nation: Building a State in the Middle East - by Eyal Naveh, Naomi Vered and David Shahar – stated that the residents of Deir Yassin failed to evacuate their village because the loud-speaker from which they were supposed to receive a warning was not functioning properly.

American archaeologist and author, Professor Dr. Ernest L. Martin (1932-2002), in his 1999 book, ‘The Temples that Jerusalem Forgot’, has proved that the Dome of Rock, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Wailing Wall are all part of an ancient Roman fortress built by Emperor Herold.

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