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September 11, 2017 11:05 am

Why Doesn’t ‘Breaking the Silence’ Fear Palestinian Terrorism?

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The anti-Israel organization Breaking the Silence (BtS) offers two tours, where its members routinely lie about alleged Israeli and IDF war crimes.

One of the tours covers the South Hebron Hills, and the other takes visitors to Hebron itself.

For both of these tours, the organization’s description mentions: “The buses are not armored.”

Of course, Jews who live in their ancestral homelands of Judea and Samaria must travel in armored buses in order to survive the daily stoning, Molotov cocktail and shooting attacks that they suffer.

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But the people who go on Breaking the Silence tours have no such fears.

One must wonder why terrorists don’t have a problem with these travelers. Perhaps they understand the agenda of BtS better than most Westerners do.

(h/t Irene)

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