GERMAN POLICE TAKE DOWN ISRAELI FLAG: Claim The Act Was To De-Escalate Rising Tensions Caused By Pro-Hamas Protest
In an attempt to show solidarity with Israel, a couple hung an Israeli flag in the window of its third floor apartment flat in Duisburg Germany. Little did they suspect that German police would break into that apartment to take down the flag in the face of a pro-Hamas rally.
Walid Shoebat, former Palestinian Terrorist claims to know the mindset of the protesters as well as those they support. “What people don’t seem to understand,” he says, “ is that this type of action on the part of German police is not only a double standard in every meaning of the term but such actions only serve to embolden the protestors.”
Shoebat asks everyone to stop and think what would happen if the situation were reversed. “What would happen if a Palestinian flag were pulled down from the window of an apartment in Gaza? The fact you do not need me to answer that question actually answers that question,” he says.
ABOUT WALID SHOEBAT…
Born in Bethlehem of Judea, Walid’s grandfather was the Muslim Mukhtar (chieftain) of Beit Sahour-Bethlehem (The Shepherd's Fields) and a friend of Haj-Ameen Al-Husseni, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and notorious friend of Adolf Hitler.
Walid’s great grandfather, Abdullah Ali Awad-Allah, was also a fighter and close associate of both Abdul Qader and Haj Amin Al-Husseini, who led the Palestinians against Israel. Walid lived through and witnessed Israel’s Six Day War while living in Jericho.
As a young man, he became a member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and participated in acts of terror and violence against Israel, and was later imprisoned in the Russian Compound, Jerusalem's central prison for incitement and violence against Israel.
After his release, he continued his life of violence and rioting in Bethlehem and the Temple Mount. After entering the U.S, he worked as a counselor for the Arab Student Organization at Loop College in Chicago and continued his anti-Israel activities.
ABOUT ‘WHY WE WANT TO KILL YOU’
WHY WE WANT TO KILL YOU emulates the regrets Walid feels as he looks back over 33 years of violence, the deep passion (which Walid calls his driving force) that now heals his soul; the truths he learned regarding the Jews and Israel, and how we can all become more aware of those in our midst, who, regardless of race or color, may be our enemy, as they sit and wait to bring us harm.