A billboard, doctored to show top politicans giving the middle finger, located in Jerusalem. Nevertheless, traditional business models are no longer sustainable and high-quality publications, like ours, are being forced to look for new ways to keep going. Unlike many other news organizations, we have not put up a paywall. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analysis from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World. A series of mysterious outdoor advertisements went up around Israel in recent days, featuring photos of top politicians doctored so they appear to be giving passers-by the middle finger.
Terrorist doubling as soccer official points a bloody finger at Israel
Yashar Party attracts attention with middle-finger billboards - Israel Elections - Jerusalem Post
They had no way of knowing that the man who was loudly accusing Israel of being cruel and violent has a resume filled with terrorism, torture, and general thuggery. And for some reason, the major American news media declined to inform them. In , he was arrested after throwing a hand grenade at an Israeli bus. Released in a prisoner exchange, he immediately resumed his terrorist activities, and spent time in Israeli jails in and Rajoub played a major role in the first wave of intifada violence, in , and as a result, Israeli defense minister Yitzhak Rabin deported him to Lebanon. When Yasir Arafat established the PA in early following the signing of the Oslo Accords , he handed out senior positions to numerous veteran terrorists. This should have been a red flag.
Israel’s top politicians show voters the middle finger in provocative election posters
View chronologically. PA daily cartoon depicts dog-headed Israeli soldier biting a dove while his dog bites a child Jan. The man, who is wearing a Santa Claus hat and smoking while holding a Palestinian flag, is showing his middle finger in a rude gesture directed at an Israeli soldier over the Israeli security wall that separates them.
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