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June 30, 2016 12:25 pm

Before Butchering 13-Year-Old Israeli Girl, Palestinian Terrorist Posted ‘Death Is a Privilege’ on Facebook

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Palestinian terrorist Muhammed Taraiyre. Photo: Twitter.

Palestinian terrorist Muhammed Taraiyre. Photo: Twitter.

“Death is a privilege, and I demand my [right to that] privilege,” the terrorist who butchered a 13-year-old Israeli girl in her bedroom Thursday morning wrote on Facebook a few days before committing his brutal act, the Hebrew media reported.

According to Walla News, Muhammed Taraiyre, 19, posted this statement on social media on Saturday.

However, the report said, this was one of many Facebook posts on Taraiyre’s page lauding terrorism and supporting the killing of Jews and Israelis.

For example, he dedicated a poem he wrote to a female Palestinian terrorist killed by Israeli security forces this week while committing a car-ramming attack at the entrance to Kiryat Arba, and lightly wounding two people. “You left in the blink of an eye and the whole house wept. A martyr forever, in pleasant paradise, my heroic sister, you are power and secrets…and we are full of pain, anguish and defeat.” He ended the poem with the words, “You are free and Jerusalem is proud of you.”

According to Channel 2’s Arab affairs analyst Ehud Ya’ari, previous Facebook posts by Taraiyre included praise of Hitler, who “killed the Jews with only half a moustache,” apparently referring to the ease with which the Nazi leader accomplished his goal.

As The Algemeiner reported earlier, Taraiyre — a Palestinian from the village of Bani Naim — was killed by a civilian Rapid Response Team in the West Bank city of Kiryat Arba, after he stabbed to death 13-year-old Hallel Yaffa Ariel in her bedroom. Before being neutralized, he managed also to seriously wound a member of the rescue team.

Following reports of the attack, Taraiyre’s sister gave an interview on Palestinian Authority TV, in which she praised her brother and vilified Israel.

“My brother is a martyr, with the help of the almighty Allah,” she said. “May God hold the Jews accountable. May you be happy in heaven.”

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  • Rita Crespi

    Yes, we are celebrating that your miserable coward of a brother is dead. He is not in heaven, he is in the darkest pit of hell. I pray the gates of hell will open and swallow you and your entire family? I will dance when that happens. You are a vile, disgusting moron as is your entire family!!

  • It is time for Israel to go in with the Army and start taking over Hebron, the second holiest city for Jews. Every terror attack another section of Hebron will be retaken by Israel the rightful owners. Since the 1920’s Hebron has and is a hotbed of terror. It is time to take some serious actions.
    When you the Arabs teach and train your children to hate and commit terror and violence. There is no one to talk to. The only solution is to expel all the Arabs to Jordan or to the homes and 75.000 sq. mi. of territory the Arab countries confiscated when they terrorized and expelled over a million Jewish families from the Arab countries. Jews who have lived in those Arab countries for over 2500 years and now live in Israel. The Arabs do not belong in Israel. The past has shown that they know only terror and violence. They are killing their own people by the thousands.
    Yj Draiman

  • Jay Lavine

    It’s obvious that social media has been a tool for arousing large numbers of people to action, capitalizing on mob mentality. But what about the effect on the individual creating the post? It may well be a tool for self-validation, and it may thereby have a crescendo effect, creating a kind of frenzy in the person and goading him on to acts of violence.

    Instead of saying, “Like it or not, social media is here to stay,” we need to study and explore the very negative effects that this manifestation of the idol of technology has brought into our lives.