Category Archives: Duma arson-murder

Ticking bombs or a shanda fur die goyim?

In a dramatic development, a district judge ordered the police and Shabak to release a suspected Jewish extremist who had been held in administrative detention for a month, not allowed to speak to a lawyer for almost three weeks, and … Continue reading

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Duma and the ‘Wedding of Hate’

Yes, another post on the Duma murders (see all of them here). I’ve argued all along that the hypothesis that the crime was committed by Arabs in conflict with the Dawabshes is at least worthy of consideration. Much about the … Continue reading

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Shabak hints that Duma arson suspects did not set the fire

I have been following the investigation of the brutal arson-murders in the Arab village of Duma since the crime was committed in the early hours of July 31, 2015 (see here, here, here and here). In a nutshell, someone set … Continue reading

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Who killed the Dawabshes, and why doesn’t the Shabak want to know?

Someone burned a baby and his father to death and severely injured two other members of the Dawabshe family a little more than a month ago on July 31, in the Arab village of Duma, southwest of Shechem (Nablus). Beginning … Continue reading

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Jewish terrorism? Maybe — or maybe not

Minister of Defense Moshe Ya’alon justified the recent ‘administrative detentions’ of several young Jewish ‘extremists’ in a TV interview last week: In such situations, any country — most certainly a democracy– must defend itself, including the taking of extreme measures,” … Continue reading

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