PHOTOS: Israeli Soldier Aides Mentally Ill Man Palestinians Chained to Railing
The Jew haters out there love to claim that Israeli soldiers are just heartless killing machines. But over and over we see images of Israeli soldiers helping people and here is a perfect example of that with several images of an Israeli soldier giving aid to a mentally ill Palestinian who was chained to a railing and left to die by his fellow Palestinians.
A photo of the man clearly shows that his fellow Muslims were mistreating, maybe even beating him.
This is a Palestinian civilian of Gaza who apparently has a mental disorder and who was found by an IDF soldier, bound, gagged and staved. This is a typical tactic of the Hamas and I am sure this was their doing. He would have eventually died from either starvation or an IDF strike on this location if it contained terrorists or weapons, which is what the Hamas would have wanted to happen.
Luckily there was no strike and this humane IDF soldier found him and freed him, then gave him water.
Hamas left this man to die of starvation and exposure. What do they always say about a society? You can tell what sort of people they are by how they treat their most vulnerable?
Warner Todd Huston
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