I live in Haifa, which is around 30% Arab in population (many of them well-educated, high-ranking members of society: doctors, lawyers, city deputies, etc.). This is happening in MY city of Haifa, where allegedly there is “co-existence”. Turns out this family of Arabs, which lives in the downtown Hadar neighborhood, has been harassing, abusing, cursing, stealing from elderly Holocaust survivors who live in a home next to them on the same street.
I happen to pass by that street a few times a week and it is just sickening…Mind you, these Arabs are expatriated “palestinians” who collaborated with Israel, so the city of Haifa took them in to protect them from possible retribution. Their way of thanking the hospitality of the Haifa municipality is to attack the weak and defenseless. Aside from assaulting the survivors, the assailants also are said to have threatened and attacked employees of the residence, and damaged their vehicles as well. Police found jewelry, cell phones and tools thought to have been stolen in the homes of the suspects, and went on to seize vehicles belonging to the family. They also blocked the elders from walking on the sidewalk – exactly as stated in Saheeh Muslim: (14/148), the prophet said “Do not initiate the greeting of salaam with the Jews and Christians, and if you meet one of them on the road, push him to the narrowest part of it.”
Even Jews in their own country, moreover, elderly Holocaust survivors, are not exempt from the maniacal intolerance and abuse by the religion of peace practitioners. Though Arabs live, very, very well in my city, random attacks of Arabs on Jews in Haifa are not uncommon. I have also been the victim of physical assault by a group of 6 Arab teenagers a few years ago — reason being, they heard me speak Hebrew on my cellphone, and that was enough for them.
“Haifa Arabs Physically Assault Holocaust Survivors,” by Ari Yashar, Arutz Sheva, June 11, 2015 (thanks to Uri):
Police announced Thursday that seven Arab residents of Haifa, all members of the same family, were arrested for abusing and assaulting elderly Holocaust survivors.
The seven reportedly physically struck the residents of a home for survivors in the Hadar neighborhood of Haifa, and likewise stole from them, verbally abused them, and made them walk in the street according to Yedioth Aharonoth.
The Arab family lives on the same street as the Holocaust survivor residence and the offices of the facility, and some have a prior criminal record according to police.
Members of the Holocaust survivors residence organization complained to police after members of the Arab family previously vandalized property that belongs to the survivors, but police reportedly took no action on the complaint.
Another complaint filed this Wednesday finally got the police to get involved and arrest the culprits.
“What we heard there was simply horrendous,” said one of the senior officers involved in the case. “Elderly Holocaust survivors, some not mentally well, went through a series of abuses. Their credit cards were stolen, they were forced to step off the sidewalk and walk on the road, they were beaten, and their property was vandalized.”
Police will ask for an extension of the detention of the suspects on Thursday at the Haifa Magistrate’s Court.
Aside from assaulting the survivors, the assailants also are said to have threatened and attacked employees of the residence, and damaged their vehicles as well.
Police found jewelry, cell phones and tools thought to have been stolen in the homes of the suspects, and went on to seize vehicles belonging to the family.
“7 members of Palestinian family abused Holocaust survivors in Haifa,” by Ahiya Raved, Ynet News, June 11, 2015 (thanks to Uri):
The Haifa police said Thursday it arrested seven Palestinians from the same family suspected of abusing Holocaust survivors.
The seven are suspected of assaulting several of the elderly residents of a home for Holocaust survivors in Haifa’s Hadar neighborhood. The suspects allegedly stole from the survivors, bullied them and forbade them from walking on the sidewalk in an area near the home.
Police will bring the suspects for a remand extension on Thursday at the Haifa Magistrate’s Court.
The suspects are all members of the same Palestinian family of collaborators with Israel and who were housed in the same street as the Holocaust survivors’ home and the offices of the organization operating the home.
The organization filed a complaint with police after members of the Palestinian family vandalized property belonging to the survivors, to no avail.
On Wednesday, the organization’s director and security officer once again filed a complaint with the Haifa Police.
“What we heard there was simply horrendous,” said one of the high-ranked police officers. “Elderly Holocaust survivors, some not mentally well, went through a series of abuses. Their credit cards were stolen, they were forced to step off the sidewalk and walk on the road, they were beaten, and their property was vandalized.”
The seven suspects also allegedly threatened and assaulted employees of the organization and caused damage to their vehicles, among other offenses.
Police said the family members – including some of the suspects – are known to law enforcement authorities from previous incidents.
In a search of the suspects’ houses, police found property suspected of being stolen, including jewelry, cellphones, work tools, ect. Police also seized vehicles belonging to members of the family.