A Morality Tale: The Death of a terrorist, Razan Al-Najar
Friday, June 29, 2018
Jihad Watch : In the world media’s tendentious coverage of the Great March of Return
in Gaza, the stories that first appeared in the continuous coverage were
always those versions put out by the “Palestinians,” or more exactly,
Israeli corrections would be issued, but were not always
reported, and when they were reported, became the objects of scornful
and doubting delivery. Wearing a white uniform, “she raised her hands high in a clear way,
but Israeli soldiers fired and she was hit in the chest,” the witness,
who requested anonymity, told Reuters. At her house in Khan Younis, Najar’s mother collapsed in grief as she was handed her daughter’s blood-stained uniform.
A statement from Gaza’s Health Ministry mourned Najar as a “martyr”.
Interviewed by Reuters interview in April, she said she would see the
border protests through until their end. “I am returning and not retreating,” Najar’s last Facebook post said. “Hit me with your bullets. I am not afraid.” Similar stories about the noble volunteer medic, risking her life to
help others, appeared everywhere, an innocent shot deliberately, for no
apparent reason, by the murdering Israelis. “Razan al-Najar is not the angel of mercy Hamas propaganda is making her
out to be,” IDF Arabic spokesman Maj. Avichay Adraee tweeted.
Furthermore, the description of Razan Al-Najar as being strictly a
medical volunteer, intent on “helping” people, was called into question
by another video that showed a female paramedic, whose identify is not
certain but whom the Israelis claimed may have been Al-Najjar, hurling a
smoke grenade across the security fence toward Israeli forces. Even if
the video turns out not to have been of Al-Najar, it offers evidence
that some paramedics did not limit themselves to treating the wounded,
but also engaged in attacks.