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Zionist Media Domination: The Jewish Suicide Bomber That You Never Heard Of

In 1983 American police foiled a significant terror attack that most Americans to this day are utterly oblivious to. On October 18, 1983, a suicide bomber strapped with explosives was caught in the spectators’ gallery of the US House of Representatives, attempting to blow up the US Capitol.(1) The reason most Americans know nothing of this plot, is that the terrorist was a Jewish Israeli named ‘Israel Rabinowits’. The astounding ignorance of Americans is owing to the supreme control that Zionist Jews wield over the American press. Michael Collins Piper reports(1) that this event was mentioned

just once in The Washington Post – the so-called newspaper of record in the American capital – and only once, in passing, in The New York Times.

A search of the New York Times online archive mirrors Piper’s findings, and it reveals the staggeringly trivial and obfuscatory nature of the NYT’s reportage. The November 2, 1983 article(2) titled “BOMB CARRIER IN U.S. HOME PROMPTS TIGHTENED SECURITY” is significant for a number of reasons.

First and foremost it must be acknowledged that the article appeared not on the first page (as would be expected for a suicide bomb attempt on the US Capitol), but on the paper’s Late City Final Edition, Section A, Page 22, Column 1. After searching the archive from 1981 to the present day, I can say confidently that there is no other mention of this event, even on the day of or following the attempted attack.

This is consistent with Michael Collins Piper’s findings with respect to the Washington Post:(1)

And for the record, even though it was certainly qualified as “big” news, even The Washington Post buried the story in its local news section – across from the obituaries.

The title of the NYT article is purposefully misleading and deceptive. The terrorist suicide bomber is described as a ‘bomb carrier‘, (no mention of ethnicity or religion) and the U.S. House is referred to as ‘home‘ in what on the face of it seems to be a mistake, but what is likely intentional. This euphemistic description of the event (buried on page 22) is clearly meant to make the article less of a ‘grabber’ so that readers pass over the information. One can only imagine what the (front page) headline would have been if the Jewish terrorist had been Muslim: Islamist Suicide Bomb Attempt Prompts Tightened Security at U.S. House.

Reading further into the article we see that the name of the suicide bomber is eventually revealed in the fifth paragraph, and the fact that he is Jewish is completely omitted from the entire text. Conversely, reportage on terror attacks perpetrated (allegedly or otherwise) by Muslims consistently pivots on and emphasises the perpetrator’s ethnicity and religion (information which is always conveyed in the headline).

Despite publishing not a word on the terrorist’s potential motives, the NYT also actually tries to humanise the terrorist in indirectly suggesting that Rabinowits had moralistic ambitions. The article reveals that Rabinowits’s lawyer told a court that his client “wanted to address Congress about world hunger“.

The very fact that most Americans know nothing of this event is a telling indictment of the Zionist controlled nature of the ‘free’ media in the United States. This important event has been barely covered, and where it has been covered, it has been documented in a deceptive, misleading, and trivial manner. What is even more sickening and telling is how this Zionist media outlet in particular actually attempted to humanise the terrorist – no doubt purely because he was a member of the tribe.

Update: 24 February 2012

Hat tip to Irradiee for suggesting newspaperarchive.com, a search of which has uncovered the fact that Israel Rabinowits was not locked up by the American authorities for his attempted terror attack. Instead – just like his modern day Mossad cohorts who took part in the 9/11 attacks – he was sent back to Israel.

A January 9, 1986 issue of the Titusville Herald(3) reveals that approximately two years after the attempted terrorist attack, Israel Rabinowits was sent back to Israel where he is “apparently” in prison:

Meanwhile, a House official said Wednesday that a man carrying a homemade bomb who was arrested in the House gallery after threatening to blow up the Capitol more than two years ago was deported to Israel, where he is apparently in prison.

Jack Russ, the House sergeant at arms, said Israel Rubinowits was ordered never to return to the United States after the October 18, 1983 episode.

What is interesting about this passage, buried on page 9 of the paper, is that it appears within an article that is placed on the front page of the newspaper. The title of this article is “US Says Khadafy Trains Terrorists“. Laughably, the newspaper attempts to contextualise this Jewish Israeli’s attempted terror attack within alleged terrorism committed by Muammar Gaddafi – revolutionary and longtime enemy of the terrorist states of Israel and the United States of America.

Notes

1) ‘The Confessions of an anti-Semite’ by Michael Collins Piper, Chapter 18
2) ‘BOMB CARRIER IN U.S. HOME PROMPTS TIGHTENED SECURITY’ – New York Times, November 2, 1983

Editor’s note: Only an abstract of the archived New York Times article can be viewed online (here), however I have gained access to the full version which is published here [rtf].

3) Titusville Herald, January 9, 1986, page 9, article titled: ‘US Says Khadafy Trains Terrorists’

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41 Responses to Zionist Media Domination: The Jewish Suicide Bomber That You Never Heard Of

  1. etominusipi August 6, 2012 at 3:24 pm #

    it is good that you have presented the truth of this matter, Martin.

    however there is no need to read into it the idea of a sinister cabal of moguls, least of all those who are proud to proclaim themselves true sons of Khazaria, orchestrating a media cover-up. i’m sure indeed you were joking. and, believe me, i appreciate a good joke.

    since i was (though only peripherally) involved at the time in certain in camera discussions of potential military ramifications of the case, i may share with you the following perhaps relevant facts.

    the reasons in favour of sidelining the news were (or seemed) quite compelling at the time. since space on deLiberation is best preserved for the lengthier elaborations of philosophers such as Professor Amereyah, perhaps i need briefly mention only three.

    (1) our advisory panel from the ADL estimated, in my view shrewdly, that the admission that an Israeli Jew, motivated by the highest humanitarian principles, had risked his life in this way, might have generated a series of pro-Israel copycat attacks.

    it is significant that even with the relatively muted coverage given to the events, many guardians of local HolMemCens were inundated by requests from idealistic young people desiring to sacrifice themselves to make a better world. processing the resulting paperwork cost a small fortune, which could have been more effectively spent in dontations to political campaigns.

    (2) you will recall the banking stock crisis which hit Israel in 1983 – even the best regulated engines go awry at times – it was, rightly in my view, judged injudicious to risk taking the glare of publicity away from needed reforms in Tel Aviv, by distracting everyone with the heroic deeds of Israel Rabinowitz. even Mr Spielberg agreed to cancel distribution of the movie he had made about the events shortly before they happened.

    i would have liked to quote the usually reliable wikipedia for more details on this matter, as my own memory of it is rather sketchy, but unfortunately could only obtain the following encrypted message:

    Request: GET http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1983_Israel_bank_stock_crisis, from 91.198.174.54 via amssq33.esams.wikimedia.org (squid/2.7.STABLE9) to ()
    Error: ERR_CANNOT_FORWARD, errno (11) Resource temporarily unavailable at Mon, 06 Aug 2012 13:42:05 GMT

    (3) it was, again rightly in my judgement, considered counterproductive to publicise the incidents in order not to detract public attention from the remarkable Ofra Haza’s performance at the 1983 Eurovision contest (with her song Hai – unfortunately no English version of these lyrics seems to be readily available on the internet, though i must insist, as always, that it would be far worse than foolish to read sinister motives into what is simply, when all the beans are counted, a fact)

    yrs

    Gen. Aaron Lewitsky, retd.

    PS you will be pleased to learn that Mr Rabinowitz is now the owner of a chain of smoked-salmon-begel-and-gefillte-fish joints, and in 2008 came third in the poll for Haifa businessman of the year. his patriotic credentials have been underscored by his personal funding of no less than five HolMemCens during the last decade alone.

  2. who_me August 6, 2012 at 6:34 pm #

    “The very fact that most Americans know nothing of this event is a telling indictment of the Zionist-controlled nature of the ‘free’ media in the United States. This important event has been barely covered, and where it has been covered, it has been documented in a deceptive, misleading, and trivial manner. What is even more sickening and telling is how this Zionist media outlet in particular actually attempted to humanise the terrorist – no doubt purely because he was a member of the tribe.”

    i didn’t know about this terrorist attack. they sure protect their own, don’t they. this happened before the internet, so they got away with it. today, jp isn’t able to cover these acts up, and people find out. this is why jp, using it’s u.s. government mask, and under a myriad of other fronts, is working so hard to censor the web.

  3. Blake August 25, 2012 at 10:25 pm #

    Now imagine if this was a Arab or Muslim…we would be having it shoved down our throats for decades to come.

  4. Jay Knott August 28, 2012 at 10:53 am #

    There was also the Jewish Defense League plotting to blow up a mosque in LA in 2001. My statement ‘there is no history of the state of Israel murdering people inside Western countries’ in http://www.deliberation.info/conspiracies-cults-and-circularity is technically correct, but I should have said ‘no SUCCESSFUL examples’.

    • who_me August 28, 2012 at 6:54 pm #

      “My statement ‘there is no history of the state of Israel murdering people inside Western countries’ in http://www.deliberation.info/conspiracies-cults-and-circularity is technically correct, but I should have said ‘no SUCCESSFUL examples’.”

      apparently the cosm….er, jay thinks everybody here is stupid. a very famous example of israel murdering people in western countries:

      http://theintelhub.com/2011/07/25/mossad-involved-in-assassination-in-norway-before-the-lillehammer-affair/

      another famous example is the engineer working on an iraq “pump gun” design. he was killed in europe, as well. since there is no way jay would not know of these, the boi is lying to defend israel.

      that’s called hasbara and it is something zionists do as regularly as they open their mouths.

      • Jay Knott August 29, 2012 at 3:15 am #

        The assassination of Ahmed Bouchiki in Norway in 1973 does contradict a sentence in my ‘conspiracies’ article. I stand corrected. However, it doesn’t counter the main point of the article, which is the habit of seeing Israeli agents behind Islamic terrorism. There is NO evidence of that having happened in Western countries, unless you count circular arguments like the alleged arrest of Mossad agents in New York shortly after September 11th, 2001.

        You can, of course, dismiss arguments from formal logic as ‘hasbara’. Or you can admit you don’t understand them, and ask for an explanation.

        • who_me August 29, 2012 at 3:30 am #

          you lied for israel, jay. at least cosmo is “man” enough to admit her loyalties. ;) :D

      • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 29, 2012 at 3:20 am #

        “it is something zionists do as regularly as they open their mouths.”

        This is how you discredit yourself with your unwarranted assumptions. You have no evidence at all that Jay opens his mouth at all while he posts.

  5. Henry Herskovitz August 28, 2012 at 1:37 pm #

    Amazing article. And this Jewish terrorist’s attempt preceded the first Palestinian suicide bomber by eleven years. And that was only in response to the Jewish coward-terrorist’s machine-gunned attack on 29 (?) Muslims during their prayers.

    • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 28, 2012 at 2:04 pm #

      Jewish terrorism must predate any response to it as a manifestation of what Gilad Atzmon has called the Post-Traumatic (PT) stress syndrome.
      Given the need of the Jewish leadership to inculcate the jewery and the world with the conviction of the jews’ perennial status of victims in constant danger, I suggest that a better name would be PRO-Traumatic stress syndrome.
      If a trauma obstinates in not presenting itself, you must confect it.

      • Roy Bard August 28, 2012 at 2:12 pm #

        “as a manifestation of what Gilad Atzmon has called the Post-Traumatic (PT) stress syndrome.”

        Surely Pre-Traumatic Stress Disorder/syndrome?

        • Jonathon Blakeley August 28, 2012 at 6:59 pm #

          Yes Pre-Traumatic Stress Syndrome is what Ariadna means I presume.

        • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 28, 2012 at 11:26 pm #

          Yes, of course, Roy, sorry. PRE- is what I meant.
          Wish we could go back into comments and correct them POST-posting the way we can edit posts.

          • Jonathon Blakeley August 29, 2012 at 1:37 pm #

            Sadly no, it’s not complex to have the comments permanently editable.

          • Roy Bard August 29, 2012 at 1:42 pm #

            I’m a bit confused by “it’s not complex to have the comments permanently editable” – does this mean its possible and easy, or is it meant to read “it’s too complex to have the comments permanently editable”

            Personally I think it would be good if posters had a limited time (say 30 minutes) to check their comments and edit them – but a system whereby posters can edit comments weeks later could end up in shenanigans……

          • etominusipi August 29, 2012 at 2:52 pm #

            the current five-minute limit sometimes sets the blood pressure racing (especially as on my steam-driven computer the edit window takes about 30 sec. to load), but is much better than no editing at all.

            to allow much more time than this begins to open the door to undesirable possibilities of, as Roy calls it, shenanigans.

            a comment should certainly be fixed from the moment someone has replied to it. for this same reason, one should refrain from posting a reply to a comment until the editing time-slot for that comment has expired.

            in point of fact that kind of quick-fire interchange is rare here, as befits the name deliberation

          • etominusipi August 29, 2012 at 3:02 pm #

            re Jon’s “it’s not complex” typo, was this perhaps related to a minor cognitive dissonance between the relative technical ease of allowing permanent editing, and the potential chaotic complexity of the can of worms that would be opened by doing so?

            in any case, we don’t want people wasting time going back to make cosmetic adjustments to the info-cloud-preserved previous electrono-ectoplasmic manifestations of their blogospheric double.

          • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 29, 2012 at 4:50 pm #

            It would be detrimental to me:
            1. I would probably make fresh typos on the edit and
            2. I would have no excuse left for them

          • Jonathon Blakeley August 29, 2012 at 9:48 pm #

            re-reading this I am equally baffled. Sometimes i confuse myself. “cognitive dissonance” maybe, senior-moment, micro-amnesia its hard to to tell really.
            Looking back I can see what happened, I always have had a problem with (yes and No), (right and left) They seem both like equally good choices. Hence why I often get so easily confused, when forced to make a choice/. Hence I often substitute the wrong word from my intended choice. Saying yes when I mean No or No when Yes.

            WHat I meant to say.

            is
            Sadly yes, it is complex to have comments permanently editable for many unspecified reasons.

          • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 30, 2012 at 2:05 am #

            I know what your problem is, Jon: Cats!
            I just realized: I didn’t use to have problems with typos before, only since I had dealings with a cat in Crete. I can’t seem to recover. I did not encourage her at all but the zionist feline kept coming in through the window forcing me to feed her.
            At least I don’t own one and can hope to get over the effects in time now that I am home.
            You are their prisoner because they own you.
            Resign yourself to your fate.

          • fool me once... August 29, 2012 at 9:11 pm #

            Yeah, a bit longer on the editing would be welcomed, say 15mins as a compromise and see how that goes. Roy’s right as regards sly shit done weeks later to make other comments look absurd and unreasonable.
            Although I agree with eto when he says the pressures on with the 5min rule, I found that when there was no editing it just made me more careful before hitting the send button.
            Personally, I’d like a function that simplifies peoples comments into talk that I can understand a bit easier as I find myself re-reading the same comment over and over and over again with loads of trips to the on-line dictionary and reference pages and I’m still none the wiser to what the person is actually saying. Not to say I haven’t learnt a lot of stuff though. :D

          • fool me once... August 29, 2012 at 9:13 pm #

            Ha ha just noticed it’s gone up to 10 mins ;)

          • Jonathon Blakeley August 29, 2012 at 9:38 pm #

            ok 15 mins

          • etominusipi August 30, 2012 at 12:30 am #

            hi Jon. senior moments? when u reach my dilapidated state of hoary antiquity you will be grateful for the occasional junior moment!

            just noticed the new 15 minutes comment editing time-slot – that seems a good compromise figure. it should allow me to reduce my intake of amlodipine. this may be a fitting place to say thanks for all the work you do behind the scenes on behalf of all deLib readers, writers and commentators.

            btw, did GA really not like having the comments on posts, or were u joking? i agree with you that the comment section is the beating heart of deLiberation. despite a certain amount of nonsense and trolling, the comments are sometimes very informative with links, info and shrewd critiques. i also savour the exquisite humour of those masters (well, mistresses) of satire AT and BW.

          • Blake August 30, 2012 at 5:15 am #

            Gilad does not seem to mind comments on VT.

          • fool me once... August 30, 2012 at 8:11 am #

            @Blake
            “Gilad does not seem to mind comments on VT.”
            What’s VT?
            I may have missed it somewhere but an explanation to people who have supported him would have been good, maybe he did by email?! For me it does leave a few questions. Coupled with Paul going at the same time I wondered if they both felt the site was going down a route of “jew hate”, so grabbed their bundles and went where they had more control. That’s not meant as a judgement, just a thought.
            It does seem less jew centric on the site now though.

          • Roy Bard August 30, 2012 at 10:38 am #

            “What’s VT?”

            Veterans Today, where Gilad is listed as a correspondent, but not as a member of the Editorial Board of Directors.

            I think Khalid made clear the pressure that Gilad was under in his last few comments:

            For Example

            Good news for all of you: Deliberation will soon undergo a reshuffling process. Sectarianism will be eliminated, especially at the “moderation” level.

            ……

            This is all that I can say now in light of intensive contacts with those concerned.

            ……

            Deliberation will soon be free again from the clutches of blind sectarianism.

            I think Khalid makes it clear how he was prepared to pressure Gilad to take action to censor any POV that Khalid disagreed with – and in the end all his predictions proved to be wrong, as it was Khalid, Laura and Gilad who left. Paul never communicated his reasons for leaving afaik.

          • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 30, 2012 at 12:41 pm #

            De absentis nihil nisi bene

          • Blake August 30, 2012 at 3:41 pm #

            Thanks Roy. Yep veteranstoday Foolme. His latest:
            Rachel Corrie and the Kosher Legal Stamp
            http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/08/30/rachel-corrie-and-the-kosher-legal-stamp/

          • Jonathon Blakeley August 30, 2012 at 10:35 am #

            My pleasure etominusipi.
            As regards GA, i was not joking. He was not keen on the comments and did not want them from the beginning. He was ok with them whilst they were pro his views. But as soon as they started to criticism mounted he went off them. The rot set in on the “BDS and Integrity thread” and went rapidly downhill.

            Myself and Roy were pro the comments but PE and GA considered it to be beneath them and “lame”.

            TBH I don’t think they understood the humour or anarchic self regulating approach we have.

          • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 30, 2012 at 12:52 pm #

            Fact: deLib has never been more vibrant and free since inception.
            Why? Water under the bridge.
            Let’s just keep the same combination of approach, style, vision under the same editors. The superb visual presentation, graphics, etc perfectly match the content and aims. A winner.

          • who_me August 30, 2012 at 1:58 pm #

            that’s sad about gilad and paul not wanting comments. one of the things that makes the world wide web is it opens up communication between people who never really had an opportunity to exchange before. the old model of journalism, where those with the money and strings get to polemicise a captive audience, is being replaced by an interactive sort where the audience is now an active participant.

          • Ariadna Theokopoulos August 30, 2012 at 3:15 pm #

            Thanks for mentioning it, Jon, because it made me go back and re-read the whole thread.
            I found it exceptional in many ways. Perhaps no other thread shed more light on the participants’ stands and points of view and now, with a bit of perspective, even more revealing than at the time.

          • who_me August 30, 2012 at 3:14 am #

            Ariadna Theokopoulos

            “I just realized: I didn’t use to have problems with typos before, only since I had dealings with a cat in Crete.”

            that pussy will do it to one every time*. one thinks they’re immune to it, but no. ;)

            * not pussy riot, that aint pussy. it’s some sort of infiltrated israeli tranny things.

            Jonathon Blakeley

            “ok 15 mins”

            круто :)

            me mind usually takes longer than 5 min to catch up with me fingers. thanks.

          • fool me once... August 30, 2012 at 10:21 pm #

            @Blake and Roy
            Thanx for the VT info and links.
            “Paul never communicated his reasons for leaving afaik.”
            Paul Eisen Reply (Personal Attacks thread)
            August 6, 2012 at 8:55 pm
            “I’m no longer an Editor because I cannot fit in with the current editorial style and practices.”
            Posted 2 hrs after JB informed us that P&G were leaving.
            .
            Good comments from everyone on this matter.
            I find deLib a wide bridge and the water can take a while to pass beneath, which ain’t necessarily a bad thing.

  6. OzzieThinker August 28, 2012 at 3:25 pm #

    I have this article carefully and, whist it is not “common knowledge”, suicide bomber profiles satisfy a range backgrounds that are not specifically “Islamic”. Nevertheless I have never come across a fanatical Jew willing to blow themselves up. Was Israel on the payroll? That said I am surprised, no surprised is too weak, I am flabbergasted by the top comment.

    If anyone were assume it was RIGHT to laden themselves with explosives and wander down to their local house of representatives with view to decimate all asunder is neither right nor sane. Some may be confused into believing the quarter of tryany resides in the Knesset. If Raninowits tried the same stunt there he would deserve to hang like a dog. I believe the State of Israel is mercifully humanitarian and they only shoot people of this type. My goodness are Pollard supporters “everywhere”? Treason is treason and America is NOT the United States of Israel…….yet!

    Yrs
    Ozziethinker, active in thought

    • Roy Bard August 28, 2012 at 3:31 pm #

      “I believe the State of Israel is mercifully humanitarian”

      The evidence goes against you on that one – but hey belief systems tend to be irrational

    • who_me August 28, 2012 at 7:05 pm #

      ozzie did a lot of drugs….

    • Blake August 28, 2012 at 7:41 pm #

      Ozziethinker: Do you know the meaning of humanitarian?

  7. etominusipi August 28, 2012 at 4:19 pm #

    my dear young sir

    Some may be confused into believing the quarter of tryany resides in the Knesset

    any such confused people cannot, i hope, be numbered amongst commentators on deLiberation!

    we are a semantically aware community (SAC), and therefore know that tyranny cannot exist, as a matter of grammar, unless there is a tyrant.

    since all members of the Knesset are democratically elected in free and fair secret ballots, it is logically impossible that any member of that august body could be a tyrant.

    as a student i worked for an organisation acronymed TINIT (There Is No Israeli Tyranny) – our brief was to dispel this slander once and for all.

    as has been well-documented in a recent article in the Jewish Chronicle by the distiguished historian and novelist Howard Jacobsen, thanks to a generous donation by the paper tissue magnate Sir Jacob Baumberg TINIT was able to make extremely rapid progress using a well-concerted campaign of bribery, threats of termination of employment, press attacks, slander, public meetings, pamphleteering, blackmail and targeted assassinations. the evil of the Knesset Tyranny Blood Libel, aside from a few corners of the realm too dark even to contemplate, was effectively eliminated.

    i should be sorry to see this ugly canard rear its ugly anti-symmetric head in the public arena yet again!

    Dr Yuri Shlomstein,
    Dept for Monitoring Anti-Knesset Activity
    Cambridge University

  8. Jonathon Blakeley August 28, 2012 at 7:04 pm #

    Great research Martin, brilliant article. Old-school fact finding.

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