WATCH: Israeli Places Pork on Dying Terrorist’s Body

‘Enjoy it,’ Jewish man sarcastically tells dying Muslim terrorist; ‘He deserves a medal,’ says Israeli activist

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Israelis are growing frustrated with the escalating wave of Palestinian shootings, stabbings and bomb attacks. A few are resorting to violence themselves, but others are looking for more creative ways to deter the Muslim terrorists.

In one such instance following Friday’s stabbing of Border Police officers outside the Jewish town of Kiryat Arba near Hebron, a Jewish witness to the attack very publicly placed what he said were scraps of pork on the dying terrorist’s body.

Given that the terrorist decided to attack a group of fully armed officers, he was quickly gunned down following a few swings of his knife.

Despite the fact that he had just tried to murder their colleagues, Israeli military medics immediately began administering CPR to the terrorist.

That’s when one quick-thinking man sprung into action. Cell phone in one hand, and scraps of meat in the other, he ran through the crowd yelling, “Pork, this is pork,” before placing the raw meat on the terrorist’s face and body.

“Enjoy it,” the Jewish man is heard saying sarcastically in the closing moments of the following video.

Muslims, like Jews, aren’t allowed to eat pork. But for Muslims, the ban goes even further. They can’t even touch pork, and if it should come in contact with their dead or dying body, they might not reach Allah’s “paradise.”

Right-wing activist and lawyer Itamar Ben-Gvir told the Walla! news portal that this man’s actions were “the idea of the year” and that he “deserves a medal.”

Not a few Israelis were inclined to agree.


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