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Israel “Peace Activist” and Hamas Celebrate Death of Israeli Pilots

March 13, 2013 10:10 am 12 comments

Noa Shaindlinger celebrates helicopter crash that killed IDF reservists. Photo: Facebook/Channel 2

Not everyone was saddened by Tuesday’s helicopter crash that killed two Israeli reserve pilots. “Peace activist” Noa Shaindlinger took to Facebook yesterday morning to celebrate as news of the incident surfaced. “We may have some good news later this morning (hint: IOF drill accident with casualties,” she posted to her Facebook page. Shaindlinger later deleted the post from her page.

Shaindlinger no doubt would have appreciated the tweet sent out by Hamas’s military wing, Alqassam Brigades. Anonymous blogger Elder of Ziyon caught this exchange between the IDF and the terror tweeters:

On Monday an Israel Air Force Cobra helicopter on a training flight crashed south of Gedera overnight, breaking into pieces and killing the two reservist pilots on board.

The IDF named the pilots as Lt.-Col. (res.) Noam Ron, 49, from Oranit and Maj. (res.) Erez Flekser, 31, from Herzliya.

12 Comments

  • One wonders the motives of any ‘Peace Activist’ that’s sadistically cruel & cold blooded.

  • For some reason, I can’t even find the subhuman slimebag on Facebook anymore. Just as well…

    • On Twitter, she says she just deactivated her account temporarily. Guess she didn’t like having the truth posted on her page. Her Twitter handle is @NotOccupying. She blocked me on Twitter, LOL.

  • Markus E Brajtman

    May those savages know what it means to loose loved ones.

    May Hashem send his blessings to the families of the two pilots.

    • Tabitha Korol

      These Savages haven’t a clue about losing loved one…they put their own in harm’s way at rocket launches, they teach their children that suicide is good, they convince their children that it is better to die than to live a moral life. They throw acid in the faces of their daughters, stone their wives, sexually mutilate their daughters, keep their women covered from head to toe – not to feel the warmth of the sun and a breeze on their arms. You can’t call these people anything but savages…beasts, evil, immoral beings.

  • R,I.P. Noam and Erez ! my heart felt sympathy goes out to family and friend’s james UK.

  • Tell the Arab who laugh at us when something happened to us that there is God in Heven and they will get their share.

  • Isn”t it amazing and horrific that some of us celebrate the death of others?

  • richard sherman

    Muhammad was a sociopath who personally decapitated 900 unarmed Jews. Anyone who reveres him revels in his sub human blood lust…so these commwnts are no suprise.

  • Robert Rowley

    Why is this terrorist allowed to freely move between Israel and Canada? Her visa need to be taken and Shin Bet needs to arrest her for treason at the VERY least.

  • this is not her first time wishing death on IDF soliders
    she has done this many times before
    noashaindlinger.tumblr.com

  • this is not her first time wishing death on IDF soliders

    http://noashaindlinger.tumblr.com/

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