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Sick Haaretzism, instead of blaming Hebron's Arab mayor and Arab residents for the dog killings spree..

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Submitted by Noam (United States), Nov 17, 2022 at 23:35

Presspectiva @presspectiva:
Nov 15, 2022
https://twitter.com/presspectiva/status/1592428630436896768

The state of mind of the Arab writers in @Haaretz, as well as of many of their [lefty] Jewish editors, prevents them from looking at Palestinian barbarism. The solution: blame it on Israel. Ask what Israel has to do with the dog killing spree that is enthusiastically celebrated on Palestinian social media? Easy. So many lies and there is supposedly a "connection."

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Arab residents of Hebron gun down stray dogs

Nov 5, 2022 — A statement by the Arab mayor of Hebron has led to residents killing stray dogs by the dozen, hoping for a cash reward...
A number of videos circulating on social media claim to show Palestinian Authority Arabs living in Hebron hunting dogs, hanging them, and shooting them to death.
The driving force behind this trend is a statement by Hebron mayor Tayssir Abu Sneinah that, "Anyone who kills a dog or hands us a stray or dead dog, we are ready to compensate him with 20 shekels." It should be noted that Abu Sneinah is a convicted terrorist appointed to the position by the Palestinian Authority...

The association "Let Animals Live" tried to stop the mass killing of the dogs, and commented: "This is a shocking case, which needs to be stopped immediately. Dogs are creatures with feelings, they are not part of a shooting range, it makes no sense to shoot them just like that in the street, and for everyone to be silent about it. We have to remember that shooting at stray dogs is unfortunately allowed in Israel. It's time to stop shooting at dogs and move to a humane solution of neutering, vaccinating, and returning the dogs to the wild."...
Israel has demanded that the Palestinian Authority act to end this trend, but there has been limited success in controlling it thus far. The story has spread to international media as well, where it sparked a similar wave of condemnation and calls for the mayor to leave office.
https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/362282

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