Jerusalem District Court finds radical rightist guilty of two counts of murder, two counts of attempted murder; rules he was sane at time of the murders
ed note–as much as the sane world no doubt rejoices over the fact that Teitel was convicted of these heinous crimes, the fact nonetheless is that he was doing as his religion commands, specifically as commanded in the book of Deuteronomy, where it reads as follows–
“When the LORD your God brings you into the land you are to possess and casts out the many peoples living there, you shall then slaughter them all and utterly destroy them…You shall make no agreements with them nor show them any mercy…You shall destroy their altars, break down their images, cut down their groves and burn their graven images with fire. For you are a holy people unto the LORD thy God and He has chosen you to be a special people above all others upon the face of the earth…”
So in effect, Teitel’s killing of these ‘Canaanites’ and “Amalekites’ (as Palestinians living in the Holy Land are referred to by Jews) was an act of piety, and the ugly truth in this story is that Teitel–as well as all others like him, including the IDF who have murdered Palestinians en masse for the last century–are considered ‘good Jews’ in committing such acts. The only reason that Israel has handed down a guilty verdict against Teitel is because of public relations with the rest mankind, pure and simple.
Until the sane world comes to grips with this terrible religious mental illness known as Judaism, the madness will continue unabated, and not just one nutcase killing a few Palestinian sheperds, but indeed the entire zionist-engineered ‘war on terror’ with the deaths of millions or even billions.
Yaakov “Jack” Teitel, notoriously known as the “Jewish Terrorist,” was convicted of the murder to two Palestinians and the attempted murder of two other people.
The conviction, rendered by the Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday, stated that Teitel was in full control of his faculties at the time of the murders, thus debunking the defense’s repeated claims that he was legally insane and therefore should not be held responsible of his actions.
Teitel was arrested in 2009 and was held without bail ever since. The indictment against him consisted of 10 counts, including premeditated murder, attempted murder, illegal possession of firearms, arms manufacturing and incitement to violence.
During the trial, it was also revealed that the police and Shin Bet had information which directly pointed at Teitel as the prime suspect in a series of hate crimes, but he had somehow managed to slip through their fingers.
According to court transcripts, Teitel was convicted of the 1997 murder of Samir Akram, a Palestinian bus driver, who offered him a ride. Shortly after boarding the bus, Teitel instructed Akram to pull over to the side of the road, and shot him at point-black range.
He was also convicted of the 1997 murder of Issa Jabarin, a Palestinian shepherd. Teitel shot him twice in the chest, at close range.
Teitel was also found guilty of the 2008 attempted murder of then15-year-old Ami Ortiz. Teitel placed explosives in a package delivered to Ortiz’ home, because he believed that the teen was the leader of a messianic cult. Ortiz suffered serious injuries as a result.
The court further found Teitel guilty of incitement to violence and terror, after he publicly pledged a NIS 20,000 (roughly $5,000) reward to anyone killing gay men and women and “ridding the earth of this Sodom and Gomorrah.”
A flyer he printed and distributed to that effect offered detailed instructions on how to construct a Molotov cocktail.
He was also convicted of targeting Prominent Israeli historian Professor Ze’ev Sternhell in 2008 by planting a pipe bomb in a plant outside his house. Luckily, Sternhell was only lightly wounded.
In May 2012, after three years of consistent denials, Teitel confessed to his
crimes. In an unusual move, the confession was signed and filed with the court by his two attorneys – as he stated that he refused to recognize the court’s jurisdiction.
However, the State agreed to the defense’s request to omit a part of the original indictment, which stated that he was motivated by his objection to groups or individuals whose lifestyles contrasted to his own.