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Israeli settler places pork meat on body of Palestinian - YouTube

This video shows an unidentified Israeli placing a piece of pork meat onto the body of a Palestinian, who has been identified in media as Muhammad Fares Abdullah al-Jaabari. The incident took place in the Israeli settlement of Kiryat Arba in the occupied West Bank on Friday, 9 October 2015. The video, which was collected from Facebook, has been uploaded here for news reporting purposes.

Israeli settler praised for throwing pork on body of Palestinian | The Electronic Intifada - Proposals to deter “terrorists” by desecrating their bodies with pork are common among right-wing extremists in Israel and the US. But in Israel, these extremists are provided with serious platforms and are now making the tactic a reality.

On 13 October, The Jerusalem Post published a letter demanding that Israel “scatter small pieces of pork everywhere Muslim rock throwers gather.” The letter writer, Ariella Finder, also suggested that Israel spray Palestinian demonstrators with pork fat and bury those it kills “in unmarked graves — with a piece of pork fat.”

“It is time to stop being politically correct and worried about what the world thinks of us,” Finder proclaimed.

Advocates of such bizarre and macabre tactics seem to believe that the prohibition on eating pork that Muslims, just like Jews, observe, means contact with pork is a particularly powerful insult, or deterrent, to Muslims. 

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