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Ahed Tamimi arrested for incitement after “We will drink your blood and eat your skulls” threat

Ahed Tamimi arrested for incitement after “We will drink your blood and eat your skulls” threat

Ahed will get some media attention, but with the war raging in Gaza after Hamas’ barbaric attack, I doubt she’ll get star treatment for her latest “Shirley Temper” outburst as she has in the past.

We previously reported on a threat posted on Instagram, by Palestinian Media Darling Ahed Tamimi: “What Hitler did to you was nothing. We will drink your blood and eat your skulls.”

Please read that post for background on Ahed, nicknamed “Shirley Temper” because of her regular outbursts since early childhood for the cameras. While she’s now an adult and is fully responsible for her actions, she is the product of a destructive and manipulative propaganda machine by the Tamimi Clan and anti-Israel activists in the West, such as Ariel Gold formerly of Code Pink. For details on this child manipulation system, see our 2017 post, Ahed Tamimi case is about child exploitation by anti-Israel activists.

(Video here in case it disappears from social media)

Over the years, Ahed became more violent as she grew older. In an incident that garnered international attention, she previously was arrested in her late teens for hitting and kicking an Israeli policeman as part of a carefully choreographed provocation directed by her mother:

[YouTube age-restricted the video, which has been on YouTube for several years without restriction, after I posted it here. Funny how that works. Anyway, here it is.]

This set off a long “Free Ahed” orchestrated campaign, in which Code Pink and Gold – with a shout out from Hamas, were active:

There even was a take over of Grand Central Station in January 2018 in support of Ahed, with Gold and others chanting for an “Intifada” (sound familiar?):

Ahed eventually was convicted and spent a few months in prison, further raising her international anti-Israel status.

Ahed also issued a call to violence:

And the Tamimi Clan continued to falsely portray themselves as peaceful, Media should stop whitewashing Ahed Tamimi’s terror-supporting family.

So here we are with the call to drink blood and eat skulls.

That has resulted in an arrest for incitement. France News 24 reported:

“Ahed Tamimi was arrested on suspicion of inciting violence and terrorist activities in the town of Nabi Salih” near the city of Ramallah, an army spokesman told AFP.

“Tamimi was transferred to Israeli security forces for further questioning.”

The activist was arrested during an Israeli army raid “aimed at apprehending individuals suspected of being involved in terrorist activities and incitement to hatred” in the north of the West Bank, the spokesman added.

When AFP inquired about the reasons for her arrest, a security source forwarded an Instagram post, which has circulated widely on social media and is attributed to the young activist.

According to the post, written in Arabic and Hebrew, she called for the massacre of Israelis in explicitly violent terms, referring to Hitler.

The activist’s mother, Nariman al-Tamimi, denied she wrote the post.

“There are dozens of (online) pages in Ahed’s name with her photo, with which she has no connection,” Tamimi told AFP.

She added that her husband, Bassem al-Tamimi, was arrested on October 20 and since then there was no news about his whereabouts.

AFP was not immediately able to verify whether the Instagram account in question, which was blocked on Monday morning, actually belongs to Tamimi.

Tamimi became famous at age 14 when she was filmed biting an Israeli soldier to prevent him from arresting her brother who had his arm in a cast.

She has become an icon of the Palestinian cause and a large portrait of her has been painted on the Israeli separation wall with the West Bank in Bethlehem near Jerusalem.

She was arrested in 2017 and held for eight months for slapping two Israeli soldiers in the courtyard of her family home in the West Bank as she asked them to leave.

An image of the arrest, I assume taken by the Israeli police, was circulated.

As was a video, presumably taken by a neighbor:

Ahed’s mother Nariman claimed the Instagram account was not Ahed’s, but Nariman has a long history of supporting terror, including the attack on American Taylor Force. In any event, it appears the instagram post was real.

Ahed will get some media attention, but with the war raging in Gaza after Hamas’ barbaric attack, I doubt she’ll get star treatment as she has in the past.

Dave Lange, who coined the term “Shirley Temper,” is not the least bit sorry for outing Ahed’s Instagram post:


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Seeing what Palestinians do to their children is stomach turning. Tlaib will contribute to her defense fund.

Hate to think what would happen to Christian girls if they tried that stunt with Hamas jihadists.

“Peace will come when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us.” – Former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir (apocryphal)

Well, that ain’t gonna happen. See: Genisis 16:12-14

The gal isn’t even halfway attractive. Maybe a skag, even.

This chick got the Manson Family stare down pat.

Shirley Temper has not aged well. Her family is notorious for its Jew hatred. Intitially, the non-Arab looking little girl engaged in Pallywood. She has steadily progressed into the gutter. A true Nazi, just like the Mufti preached for his people.

I’m surprised her father hasn’t sold her off to some terrorist for a couple of goats and a handful of chickens, yet. As an adult, her propaganda usefulness has come to an end.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Sanddog. | November 8, 2023 at 9:11 am

    Like generations before her, she will have lots of babies and pass her murderous mental condition on to them. She will see her children as expendable.

“So here we are with the call to drink blood and eat skulls.”
Islamophobia. Totally irrational. Pass the Mogen David.

It’s great that she’s been arrested, and I wish her a long and unpleasant time of it, but it’s worth pointing out that this arrest was only possible because Israel has no freedom of speech. I much prefer the USA, where she would have the freedom to be a disgusting piece of Jew-hating filth, and we have the freedom to say so.

    DaveGinOly in reply to Milhouse. | November 7, 2023 at 1:47 am

    Although what you say about “freedom of speech” in Israel may be true, her arrest would have been possible in a country with “freedom of speech” but a with a codified definition of “incitement” that’s slightly different from our own. It all depends on where the line is drawn. “I hate Jews” would be hate speech anywhere, but is an actual crime only in some places. OTOH, “Kill the Jews” would be considered incitement in many places with varying degrees of freedom of speech. In our society, she’d probably be considered an “influencer,” and as such in the world of anti-Israel sentiment among Palestinians, her ability and intent to “influence” may tip the balance from “hate speech” to “incitement,” especially when her record ginning up anti-Israeli sentiment is considered. Her latest comment was not made in a vaccuum.

      mailman in reply to DaveGinOly. | November 7, 2023 at 3:00 am

      I hate “hate speech” laws as they are invariably used against people as a cudgel to. Shit them up.

      I’d rather people could say how much they hate juices but should absolutely be hammered with the full force of the law when they start advocating for the killing of juices!

      Sadly we live in a time when it’s considered hateful to say men can’t be women and acceptable when people call for all Jews to be murdered for the crime of being a Jew.

        DaveGinOly in reply to mailman. | November 7, 2023 at 10:54 am

        Please note that I made a distinction between “hate speech” in fact (i.e., hateful speech) and “hate speech” as a crime, and lent no support to the latter, but merely stated fact. It is a crime in many countries, and most countries are not the United States (and I don’t expect them to be – the US was meant by the founders to be different from the rest of the world, which is why I cringe when one of our “leaders” points to another country as an example of how our government should similarly encroach upon the people’s rights).

        JohnSmith100 in reply to mailman. | November 8, 2023 at 9:17 am

        I bet that the family has ties to Hamas, seems like they should be treated accordingly.

      Milhouse in reply to DaveGinOly. | November 7, 2023 at 5:29 am

      Fair point, but defining “incitement” as we do is fairly essential to the freedom of speech having any meaning. If Brandenberg were overturned we’d be halfway to restoring the horrible Schenck decision, under which the government can lock you up for protesting against the draft, because it’s just like falsely shouting “fire” in a theater and causing a panic, dontchaknow.

        stevewhitemd in reply to Milhouse. | November 7, 2023 at 9:53 am

        Reading this thread, I understand what you are saying. There’s an importance difference that is obvious, yet not stated — Israel is in an existential fight for its existence, and the U.S. is not (despite what some of us might say on LI at times). A country in such a fight has every reason to limit speech — after all, the nationhood is at stake.

        As a reminder, Abraham Lincoln suspended habeas corpus early in our Civil War. Whatever the legal merits were (and scholars debate that today), Lincoln understood that war to be an existential fight — the Union either would survive, or not. In that setting, free speech and political activity had to have more severe boundaries (and that didn’t stop McClellan in 1864).

        So I understand the Israelis not tolerating speech past a certain red line drawn to protect the country. Different world, different rules.

          JohnSmith100 in reply to stevewhitemd. | November 8, 2023 at 9:21 am

          “Israel is in an existential fight for its existence, and the U.S. is not”

          I think that we are already in an existential fight.

    Azathoth in reply to Milhouse. | November 7, 2023 at 12:30 pm

    I would say there is a difference between being a Jew hating piece of filth

    and exhorting people who are actively killing Jews to kill more Jews.

      Milhouse in reply to Azathoth. | November 8, 2023 at 1:45 am

      Not as far as the freedom of speech is concerned.

      In any case, she didn’t exhort anyone to do anything. Hamas don’t need her exhortation. And I believe the Tamimi clan is affiliated with Fatah, so Hamas would tend to ignore her exhortations if she had made any.

It doesn’t sound like incitement to me, just identifying yourself as unpleasant and crazy. If anything the net move is to the Jewish side. Who wants to be with this nut.

She’s a disgusting, hateful barbarian and should be placed in the most severe prison for life.

Code Pink hillary voters support these kinds of islamic terrorists??

after I posted it here
Shows the reach of LI, professor. Be glad for that. (You don’t have to be glad that youTube is a progressive hammer on any infidel nail.)

She has revealed the true nature of muslims. She just says the quiet part out loud.

Serves her right. Good for IDF—taking another poisonous jihadi off the streets.