Yes, how dare they insult swine and cockroaches? The comments were directed at the Palestinian swine who were seen all over the internet flashing a 3-fingered salute that celebrated the kidnapping (and eventual murder) of the three Israeli teens.
Sun-Sentinel In reaction to seeing images of Palestinianss celebrating the kidnapping and murder by Hamas of three Israeli teens, understandable venom toward Palestinians was unleashed from the Facebook accounts of two assistant public defenders in Broward County, with comments that Palestinians are “filthy swine” and “cockroaches.”
The comments raised the ire of Hamas-linked CAIR (Council on anti-American Islamic Relations) executive director Nezar Hamze. (You might remember him getting owned by Rep. Allen West in a town hall meeting and being the recipient of the famous “Nuts” letter from West)
“They are the filthy swine they don’t eat. Their ignorance to the world bewilders the dumbest people I have ever met,” posted Gary Sheres, an assistant public defender.
A bit later, a comment came from the account of Bruce Raticoff, also an assistant public defender: “”That’s why the Palestinian people are considered the cockroaches of the world. Reprehensible and despicable with utter disregard for civility and humanity. Burn them to the ground.” Sheres clicked “LIKE” on that comment.
But Sheres said he was talking specifically about the Palestinians in the article he was commenting on: those who kill people, or celebrate murders of Jews (most of them).
The comments brought a rebuke from Broward Public Defender Howard Finkelstein, (himself an apparent left wing Jew). Finkelstein said he was “personally shocked and disappointed by these ignorant and hate-filled generalizations of a people. Public defenders more than any one should understand how wrong and inaccurate all generalizations of a people are.” (They stated the truth and you as a Jew should support them)
At the Council for American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR, regional operations director Nezar Hamze said he was concerned about the comments from both accounts, and wondered whether Arabs and Palestinians would get fair treatment at the public defender’s office. (Hamze is just smarting because his application for membership on the Broward GOP executive council was voted down unanimously. He had only become a Republican a month before trying to get on the board)
Hamze said Sheres’ comments, even if they apply only to murderous Palestinians, are “not OK” and “barbaric.” (So says a representative of this death cult widely considered around the world to be modern day barbarians)
“We’ll be watching these individuals very closely,” Hamze said.
As Allen West told you, Hamze: