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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

If Love Blinds, Could You Imagine What Hate does?


Some good news Boruch Hashem.

Justice was served, at least partially, the day before Yom Kippur. A Jerusalem District Court ordered the state to pay activist Noam Federman NIS 100,000 compensation for false arrest for alleged terrorist activity in recent years.

Federman as you may all know was the victim of an illegal house arrest that spanned 2 years and was subject to unjust incarceration and abuse.

Some good news? I think so. However there are those who feel that the event was a miscarriage of justice. There are also those who feel that the world is flat and that Martians will be collecting us in due time.

Arutz 7’s story title is:
Federman Awarded 100,000 NIS in Damages for False Arrest
Peace Now head slams court decision to compensate rightist

Duration of House Arrest according to Arutz 7:
2 Years
Many Months

Arutz 7’s reason for house arrest:
The government alleged that Federman was involved in an attempted bombing of an Arab school in eastern Jerusalem. Although Federman continued to deny the charges against him,
Federman was charged more than three years ago for his alleged role in a 2002 attempt to detonate a bomb-laden trailer at a girls' school in East Jerusalem and for his membership in the Jewish terrorist cell allegedly behind the attempted attack.

According to Ha’aretz, Federman is a far-right activist who resides in West Bank city of Hebron (in case you didn’t know where Chevron was – its in questionable land).

According to Peace Now chairman Yariv Oppenheimer, many Palestinians spend several years in administrative detention and have never been indicted.

What say you?



  • At 10/12/2005 10:00 AM, Blogger Little Wolf said…

    Martians frighten me. Could some one lend me a tin foil hat.

  • At 10/13/2005 5:07 PM, Blogger YMedad said…

    I was present at Noam's Brit Milah, so I can testify from some 30 years' experience that Noam is bright. The Shabak agents he is now going to sue are really in for trouble so expect the Justice Ministry to change the law or some other lawyer's trick.

  • At 10/13/2005 7:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    100,000 NIS whats that about 12$?

  • At 10/14/2005 7:26 AM, Blogger Jameel @ The Muqata said…

    Fascist! Whats wrong with a little house arrest?


  • At 10/14/2005 8:14 AM, Blogger Shragie said…

    Mar Medad,

    Shalom lcha . I so envy Noam for his courage and tenacity in his service towards God Torah and the Jewish people. Is Noam an Olah by any chance?

    I agree with you. There is no way a Chevron resident like Noam Federman is going to succeed in the Israeli judicial system.

    Little Wolf,

    If the concept of martians are getting to you then you could swallow the notion of the Arabs behaving in a civil human manner which in turn should soothe your fears on that front. In turn, I guess, everything gets balanced out.


    Nothing wrong with a little house arrest when the incarcerated disagrees with Israeli perverted liberal antics



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