This week 17 years ago, 2 Israeli Jews were brutally murdered after mistakenly entering Ramallah.

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This week, 17 years ago, two IDF soldiers, Vadim Nurzhitz and Yossi Avrahami, mistakenly passed an Israeli checkpoint and entered Ramallah. They were detained by Palestinian police only to have the police station overrun by an angry mob of Palestinians.
What occurred after was one of the most horrific incidents violence in the Israeli Palestinian conflict.
The soldiers were beaten, stabbed, had their eyes gouged out, and were disemboweled. At this point, a Palestinian (later identified as Aziz Salha), appeared at the window, displaying his blood-soaked hands to the crowd, which erupted into cheers. The crowd clapped and cheered as one of the soldier's bodies was then thrown out the window and stamped and beaten by the frenzied crowd. One of the bodies was set on fire. Soon after, the crowd dragged the two mutilated bodies to Al-Manara Square in the city center as the crowd began an impromptu victory celebration. Palestinian policemen did not prevent, and in the lynching.
17 years later, we deal with horrific violence from Palestinian terrorists and a Palestinian leadership who glorifies such incidents and names public schools and streets after convicted murderers.
This week 17 years ago, 2 Israeli Jews were brutally murdered after mistakenly entering Ramallah. This week 17 years ago, 2 Israeli Jews were brutally murdered after mistakenly entering Ramallah. Reviewed by ariel on 6:49 PM Rating: 5
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