More Evidence that “Missing” Jewish Settler Colonists Was an Israeli False Flag


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Israeli Mossad logo: “By way of deception we make war.”

I already gave 10 reasons why I (and many others) believe the “missing” Jewish settler colonists disappearance and murder was an Israeli false flag – something Israel has employed many, many times before and something at which it excels. I have had several thoughts since then, which are quite relevant to share now. 1. There were supposedly 3 Jewish settler colonists and they got into a Hyundai compact car with 4 seats. 2. The car had Israeli plates and the driver spoke Hebrew like a Jew (as opposed to a Palestinian). 3. The three got in willingly because – the driver (1 person) could not have forced them all in, and one of them was in the IDF and well acquainted with weapons and tactics, and, had the driver tried to force them, the three could overpower the driver probably easily (3: 1). The inescapable conclusion is that they willingly got into the care of an Israeli Jew. But… for all Israel’s successful false flags of yesteryear, Israel had forgotten (or not taken into account) that one of those Jewish settler colonists was an American citizen, (almost as stupid as them beating nearly to death another American) and so the Americans did their own investigation. The new Reuters report below highlights more evidence that the situation was not, and is not the way Israel portrayed it to be. And of course beyond that, others have noted how Israel has cynically used the situation to rebuild its entirely undeserved empathy from the world.

9 July, 2014 Reuters

Report: Kidnapped Israelis shot 10 times with silenced gun

US investigation contradicts Israeli claims that boys were kidnapped, says initial investigation findings indicate boys’ murder was premeditated.

Three Israeli teenagers who were abducted allegedly by Palestinians in the West Bank last month were shot at least 10 times with a silenced gun in what appeared to be premeditated killings, a US official involved in the investigation said. [That is not something typically carried around by run-of-the-mill kidnappers, it is the weapon of a professional, like. oh Mossad. -ed]

The disclosure clashed with speculation by some Israeli and Palestinian commentators that the captors intended to take hostages for a prisoner exchange but panicked and shot them. One of three, 16-year-old Naftali Fraenkel, also held American citizenship.

Missing since hitch-hiking home on June 12, their bodies were discovered on June 30. Israel blamed Hamas for their deaths but
the Palestinian Islamist group has neither confirmed nor denied the allegation. [Incorrect. Hamas disclaimed any involvement, furthermore, did not ask for any political prisoners to be released or anything. -ed]

One of the three Israelis, Gil-Ad Shaer, 16, telephoned police and said “They’ve kidnapped me!” after he, Fraenkel and 19-year-old Eyal Yifrah got into a car which investigators suspect was driven by a Hamas terrorists posing as a religious Jew. A second disguised gunman sat in the front passenger seat.

A US official involved in the probe said the FBI, whose mandate includes Americans abducted abroad, received a recording of the distress call from Israel within days and sent it for audio analysis in the United States.

Distorted, tinny reports heard on the tape after an Arabic-accented male voice shouts “Head down!” in response to Shaer’s attempt to raise the alarm were found to be consistent with shots from a silenced firearm, the US official said.

“There were 10 gunshots,” added the official, who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity.

The use of a silencer led US investigators to believe the captors planned to kill the three teenagers from the outset, the US official said.

Israeli officials declined to respond to the American account of the investigation, saying it was still ongoing.

“We haven’t even caught the kidnappers yet, so we’re not going public with anything more now,” said an official with the Shin Bet security service, which is in charge of the case.

Israeli police believe the killings led far-right Jews to kidnap and burn to death a Palestinian youth Mohammed Abu Khdeir in revenge, and the incident also contributed to an eruption of three weeks of clashes between Hamas fighters in the Gaza Strip and the Israeli military.

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