Riots in Israel After European (fake) Jews Murder Semitic Jews (Ethiopian)

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RT: Some 47 police officers were injured and 60 people arrested after a spate of protests across Israel over the shooting dead of 18-year-old Ethiopian-descendant Solomon Teka.

Protesters erected burning barricades and clashed with police in the northern city of Haifa on Monday and Tuesday following Teka’s death in Kiryat Haim late on Sunday.

The officer involved in Sunday’s shooting says he feared for his life as a group of youths, allegedly including Teka, pelted him with stones after he tried to intervene in a fight. The cop has been placed under house arrest and an investigation into the shooting is underway.

Extremely violent protests across by the community following the death of a teenager by an off-duty police officer in on Sunday.

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“It’s not ‘killing’, it’s murder,” Teka’s cousin, Amir, said in a radio interview on Tuesday, as cited by Al Jazeera“It cannot be that a person is next to his home and gets murdered and they say ‘killed.’ What was it? A work accident? Was he hit by a car?”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu published a video response to the violent clashes late on Tuesday, saying that “everyone was mourning the tragic death of Solomon Teka,” while beseeching the crowds not to escalate further. “I ask you, let’s solve the problems together while adhering to the law.

The Ethiopian Jewish community numbers around 140,000, including more than 50,000 expats. They have complained of systemic harassment and racism since forming in Israel in the 1980s and 1990s after an in an influx of Jews from elsewhere in the world.

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  1. Bibi asking this “I ask you, let’s solve the problems together while adhering to the law”. Hahaha. Adhering to the law? Who is he kidding? Since when did Bibi adhere to ‘the law’? Bit rich coming from a politician who has been investigated for bribery and fraud and constantly breaks international law’s!!!

  2. More wishing to obfuscate the evidence that the Hebrews probably arrived in Kna’an (present-day Palestine) not from Ur (now an area stinking with dead rats died from US deleted uranium weapons) but that they rather must have siphooned in from the South, i.e. Hidjaz, Yemen and Ethiopia. A story the Khazarian inheritors of talmudic untruth try to denigate. (Formerly the lands of “The Queen of Sheba/Sava.)
    In Israel these days, it’s always stimulating to discuss enything with the Germanic Jews (the former Yiddish-German speakers’ offspring). Anything except the history and origins of Israël and Jewish history. The only people one can talk intelligently about such matters with are the tradishonalist hassidim of Nea Sharim and the Ethiopian Jews. They remember that the first non-palestinian (non-palestinian) convert to the new Christian teachings was an Ethiopian military charioteer who had just been on a pilgrimage to the temle in Yerushala’im. — a place which served as a local City of London or New York’s Wall Street bourse for money-changers in the ancient world. The jews from Ethipia are wise about that fact, even after twoo generations in Israël after 1970.

    • I very much enjoyed reading your take on this. Wonder if there’s any cross-connect to stories that the Ark of the Covenant lies somewhere in Ethiopia?

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