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VIDEO confirms Ahed Tamimi attacked Israeli soldiers at her mother’s direction

VIDEO confirms Ahed Tamimi attacked Israeli soldiers at her mother’s direction

Another instance of child exploitation by the Tamimis, but this time with consequences.

Ahed Tamimi, who turns 17 this week, is charged with hitting and kicking Israeli soldiers, captured on a Facebook live stream by Ahed’s mother, Nariman, who also is charged. Ahed also faces charges for unrelated prior rock throwing and for a broadcast statement supporting suicide bombings, knife and other attacks.

Ahed will appear again before a judge this week for presentation of evidence against her.

Ahed and other Tamimi children have been exploited for almost a decade by their parents Bassem and Nariman, and their western supporters. The tactic is to send the children out to confront soldiers, with the cameras rolling. It is a dangerous exploitation of children, but a great propaganda tactic: If the soldiers react, it’s used as proof of Israeli brutality; if the soldiers don’t react, it used as proof of Israeli weakness in the face of brave Palestinian children.

We have covered the Tamimi method of exploiting children extensively, with video and photo proof. Please see these posts:

Ahed, above all the other children, has been used this way because her blond hair and blue eyes present the image he wants to present to Westerners, according to Bassem:

Tamimi’s father argues that her blonde hair and Western dress have contributed to the attention she has received.

“If she was veiled and dark-skinned, would she have got the same attention?” Bassem Tamimi told AFP.

“The Zionist propaganda machine always depicts the Palestinian as dark-skinned and ugly, attacking the blonde victim, but now she is blonde.”

Ahed has been trained how to scream and cry on cue.

So when the latest Ahed video emerged, it was clear to us that this was not a spontaneous event, but another planned Tamimi photo op, Child-exploiting Tamimi Clan back in the news with latest “Shirley Temper” video provocation.

After all, Ahed’s mother was broadcasting the event live on Facebook.

Yet since the arrest, a narrative has emerged among Ahed’s supporters that claims it was a spontaneous event sparked by her cousin getting shot with a rubber bullet just shortly before Ahed’s attack. There is evidence that a young male member of the Tamimi clan was hit with a rubber bullet during riots, but not evidence of the timing in relation to Ahed’s attack.

Significantly, soon after the arrest Ahed’s father, Bassem, denied that the attack was a reaction to the shooting. In an Op-ed published at Haaretz on December 29, 2017, Bassem wrote:

… it wasn’t sudden anger at the grave wounding of 15-year-old Mohammed Tamimi not long before that, just meters away, that motivated her. Nor was it the provocation of those soldiers entering our home. No. These soldiers, or others who are identical in their action and their role, have been unwanted and uninvited guests in our home ever since Ahed was born. No. She stood there before them because this is our way, because freedom isn’t given as charity, and because despite the heavy price, we are ready to pay it.

Despite Bassem explicitly contradicting the narrative of a spontaneous reaction, that continues to be the dominant theme in pro-Ahed activism.

But now there is even more evidence the attack wasn’t spontaneous. Dave at IsraellyCool wrote about a part of the Facebook live broadcast that had not received previous attention:

…. a very observant Israellycool reader noticed Nariman speaking softly right before Ahed and Nour went and starting attacking the soldiers. It has been confirmed by two Arabic speakers that she was saying “utrodo” (“اطرد”), which means kick them out/expel them.

In other words, Nariman deliberately told her young daughter Ahed and cousin Nour to go down there and start trouble with the soldiers, in order to kick them off the property.

Filming her young daughter attacking soldiers is bad enough; but actually instructing her to do so is even worse child abuse.

I checked the original Facebook live broadcast, which I had downloaded, and this segment is in the video just before the attack. The girls appear to be next to the camera operated by Ahed’s mother, she tells them something, then they head toward the soldiers, who were on the edge of the street.

I had our own Arabic translator confirm the translation provided by Israellycool. Here’s what he told us:

Yes, Nariman indeed says “utrudo”, which means exactly that: “Kick them out”, “chase them away”, “evict them”. Note: although it is in the singular (“kick him out”), in colloquial it doesn’t really matter, it can refer to more than one person.

So this whole incident is just another example of child exploitation from the Tamimi Clan. It is the same sort of dangerous Pallywood game the Tamimis have been playing for over a decade, except this time it has consequences.

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Even though she’s turning 17 … it’s sad children are used in this way.

Ahed is getting past (if she is not already past) the time in her life when she is protected as a child. Thus there are starting to be real consequences for her appalling behavior. So the family is getting in their last publicity using her. Plus as she ages she is losing her Western looks (except when they photoshop her poster). Soon she will be getting married and will her husband want his wife to be dressed in Western style and interacting with Israel male soldiers unless they decide to make her a suicide martyr.

    Children getting to old. Time for some adoptions. Such pro-Palestinian parents will have no trouble adopting from the UN a Christian child in need of a good Christian home.

      davod in reply to davod. | January 29, 2018 at 10:10 am

      You know- Someone who can be sacrificed for Islam.

        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to davod. | January 29, 2018 at 12:02 pm

        So is the Muslim religion of pieces just the new name for idolatry of Baal?

        “…Baal worship also included child sacrifice”
        (For the Rash-Shamra (or Ugaritic) texts of the 14th century B. C. , excavated in 1929, confirm that Baal worship also included child sacrifice, as noted above from Harper’s Bible Dictionary.)

        https://www.thebiblewayonline.com/Studies/A-%20Demons%20Child%20Sacrifice.htm

          The statue of Baal would be heated by fire from inside. Children would be placed in the hands and roasted alive. There were drummers in the village, and they’d drum louder to drown out the child’s screams.

          The biblical story of Abraham and Isaac, I was always taught as a matter of Catholic catechism, is we are not like them. We are just as devoted to God, but our God would never demand child sacrifice.

          Blasphemy!

Charge the parents with child abuse and all the NGO’s who enable their behaviour as accomplices.

Investigate the family for sec abuse of the children too. Such pretty kids wouldn’t have gone unnoticed in Arab society.

    Arminius in reply to mailman. | January 29, 2018 at 3:59 am

    We will get them eventually.

    And they will be lucky for it. We’ll be the first people in their lives who gave a s***.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to mailman. | January 29, 2018 at 11:55 am

    Yes, it is child molestation.

    “So this whole incident is just another example of child exploitation from the Tamimi Clan.” – Prof. Jacobson

Sex abuse I mean!!!

Just the beginning. Imagine teaching your kids at home, at school, and at worship to despise one particular religious group. Consequence? A cohort of sociopathic possibly psychopathic people who will in turn pass on the pathology to their own children. Their priorities will not resemble traditional familial priorities like improving your lot in life; rather, kill & destroy. This is what we are witnessing now.

If they come to the Israeli side can the kids be put in protective custody?

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