Tuesday, December 19, 2017

19-Dec-17: Uncovering some of Nabi Saleh's hideous buried secrets

Via Legal Insurrection
There's suddenly wide interest in the village of Nabi Saleh and the malevolent Tamimi clan who live there after a series of events during the past few days.

Typical of the way the affair is being covered in the mainstream media, here's the background as interpreted from London: "Palestinian girl arrested after troops 'slapped' in video" [BBC, today]. 

Our interest in the town and in the clan stems from the fact that one of the Tamimi women is the self-confessed-but-free murderer of our daughter, Malki. There's much we want to say. 

Here below is an extract of a post we published two years ago on matters that even interested people are unlikely to know. That post is "01-Sep-15: A tale of two villages: one devoted to non-violence, another that actually exists".

* * *

Those who see only giants and heroes in that hateful little Palestinian Arab town [Nabi Saleh] probably share the view, typical of its kind, that asserts
the village is struggling for humanity, justice, peace and dignity, and... they need their freedom [via a far-left Israeli publication, yesterday]
But there are Arabic-language sources that tell us with far greater candor and clarity what really drives Nabi Saleh's Tamimis. Those Arabic texts naturally were never intended to be seen by people like us and those who read our posts. 

But web tools make them easy to find.

Take for example Wikipedia's Arabic-language entry on Nabi Saleh. As we wrote here on Saturday night, someone doctored the Wikipedia text shortly after we first publicized it. Every reference to the village people's adoration of jihad, martyrdom and death to the Israelis was then erased. 

But this past weekend, we found the original Arabic text as it had appeared on Wikipedia in May 2013. We saved the original Arabic text to here, and a partial English translation to here. They are archived now thanks to the wonders of the Internet, and safe (we think) from the destructive attentions of those who feel compelled to re-invent the past.

That deleted Wikipedia text is the village of Nabi Saleh paying tribute to its own viciously violent true self: to its warriors, to its killers, to its dead fighters, and above all to its favourite daughter, the one who smiles on-camera when she recalls how many innocent Jewish children she blew to pieces in the Sbarro pizzeria, our daughter Malki among them.

Virtually everyone in Nabi Saleh is a member of the Tamimi clan. That includes our daughter's murderer and the murderer's husband who is also her cousin - and also a convicted murder of Jews. And also freed in the catastrophic Shalit Deal [in 2011]. (They now live in Amman, Jordan). And also a hero of those self-proclaimed peace-loving, non-violent villagers.

UPDATE: December 20, 2017: An alert reader (hat-tip ELEA) points out that the JumpShare link above which used to show the English translation of the now-wiped earlier edition of the Arabic Wikipedia page about Nabi Saleh is gone. Since there isn't much time available to us today, the easiest solution for now is to simply copy-paste the Google Translate translation into English of the Wikipedia Arabic text. So here it is, unedited and fresh from the translation machine:

Original source: http://ar.wikipedia.org/wiki/النبي_صالح_(قرية)

The village of Nabi Saleh is located northwest of the city of Ramallah and is about 20 km away. It is said that this village is located in the middle of historic Palestine, where it stands tall at the top of a mountain where it can see the Palestinian coast and the inner cities of Palestine such as Haifa, Jaffa and Tel Aviv. The village is bordered by the villages of Beit Rima, Deir Ghassana, Kafrein Rawa and from the east the town of Umm Safa and the farms of Nubani and Arora and from the south monastery Nzam and Cooper and from the west Aboud.

This village was named after the Prophet peace be upon him because of the presence of the Prophet Saleh inside the village, which is considered one of the most important historical monuments in Palestine. It is believed that the Prophet peace be upon him died in the village because of the tomb inside the shrine was said to the Prophet peace be upon him, This is because of conflicting beliefs between the Palestinian city of Ramle and areas in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and others, but it is hard in the subject that the Prophet peace be upon him has a shrine located in the village of Prophet Saleh see it clear once you reach the village.

The population of the village of Nabi Saleh, according to official Palestinian statistics, about 550 people, most of them, or 98%, are from the Tamimi family, which originated in the city of Hebron in the south of the West Bank and are said to have come from Hebron to live in the Prophet Saleh and Deir Nizam and different areas because of the fertility of its land and its beautiful location and land And live in the village of Nabi Saleh dozens of refugees who fled their towns in Palestine after the occupation of Palestine in 1948, lived in this village and became over time an integral part of the history of this original village, in addition to the presence of more than 1500 people Of the villagers They live in the diaspora specifically in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Lebanon, the United States, Brazil, Britain and various parts of the world, as well as dozens of families who preferred to live in Ramallah because of work there.

The climate of the village of Nabi Saleh is a wonderful and distinctive climate in all seasons of the year. It is cold and snowy in most of the years and heavy rains. It is moderate in the summer. The temperature does not exceed 35 ° C and the fresh breeze from the Palestinian arena Opposite to the village of Prophet Saleh.

The village of Nabi Saleh is one of the most educated Palestinian sites compared to the population of the village. Most of its young men and women are students in the university. Some of them have completed intermediate certificates, including higher certificates in different disciplines. Most notably Professor Walid Al-Tamimi is a Palestinian lecturer currently living in Jordan. Books and books that speak about the countries of the world and the political, economic and social future of emerging countries such as Iran, China, India and others, Samir al-Tamimi, a Palestinian writer who held many positions and was a member of the Revolutionary Council of Fatah for more than 10 years and responsible in the institutions of the Palestine Liberation Organization, Abdul Rahman al-Tamimi, water engineer and Palestinian expert and Taysir Al Tamimi, General Manager of Arab Bank and Editor-in-Chief of the Palestinian Banks Magazine. Nawaf al-Tamimi, an expert on political affairs,

The village of Nabi Saleh took a great place in the Palestinian political history. It was during the first Intifada to announce the start of the Intifada when the first statement of the unified leadership of the Intifada came out from inside this small village. It was one of the titles of the Palestinian steadfastness in the first and second intifadas, bringing hundreds of prisoners among its women, A martyr on the altar of freedom They: -
·                  The martyr Mustafa Abdel Razzaq Tamimi
·                  Martyr Bakr Ali Al - Tamimi
·                  Martyr Abdul Muti Ahmed Tamimi
·                  Martyr Ahmed Mousa Al - Tamimi
·                  Martyr Atef Mahmoud Sarhan
·                  Martyr Abdul Ghani Al - Tamimi
·                  Martyr Sami Odeh Al - Tamimi
·                  Martyr Rushdi Mohammed Al - Tamimi
·                  Martyr Abdul Hafiz Tamimi
·                  Martyr Awad Ismail Al - Tamimi
·                  The martyr Taher Hassan al - Tamimi
·                  Martyr Jihad Yousef Al-Tamimi
·                  Martyr Anis Yousef Al - Tamimi
·                  The martyr Asima Mohammed Tamimi
·                  Wafaa Roshdy Al - Tamimi
·                  Shahida Wadad Ismail Tamimi
·                  The safe martyr Saad al - Tamimi
The most prominent prisoners of the village of Nabi Saleh are: - Ahlam al-Tamimi: - captive prisoner was imprisoned for 11 years and released in the prisoner exchange deal between Israel and Hamas. Tamimi had participated in a bombing in Jerusalem in the second intifada was sentenced by Israel for 1600 years and was released recently. Nizar al-Tamimi: He is the husband of the liberated prisoner Ahlam al-Tamimi and spent 18 years in the prisons of the Zionist occupation and was released in the exchange of prisoners. Ahmed Yousef al-Tamimi: - He spent 18 years in Israeli jails and was suffering from acute renal failure and was released in the exchange of prisoners. Said al-Tamimi: - He has been in prison for more than 19 years. And other prisoners, children and women.

Popular resistance in the village of Nabi Saleh
As a result of the continued Israeli occupation of the land of the village of Nabi Saleh and the surrounding villages, the children of this village and their brothers in Nizam monastery began weekly marches and activities to demand the removal of the settlement and the return of their stolen rights. This conflict erupted after the Zionist settlers seized the water of the villagers and other lands under pretext It is a religious territory for Jews, which aroused the anger of the Palestinians, and continued these activities since 9/12/2009 so far, the occupation forces attacked the march using the forms of force and the threat, causing the burning of dozens of homes with gas bombs and wounding dozens of injuries And the martyrdom of the martyr Mustafa al-Tamimi in late 2011, the arrest of dozens and the threat of demolition of houses and the imposition of tight closures and night raids aimed at stopping the activities of the Prophet Saleh, which Israel considered by the press that it is a germ must be eliminated in the bud especially with lifting the ceiling claimed by the Popular Resistance Command in the Prophet

Tamimi Press: Nabi Saleh’s Media Interface
With the passage of days after the start of the popular resistance in the village of Nabi Saleh, Tamimi Press began to form a well-known and prestigious media platform, speaking on behalf of this village and its popular resistance and reaching its message to the world and working to document the violations of the occupation. This media group, founded by the young Mohammed Attallah Al-Tamimi, Journalist Hilmi al-Tamimi and photographer Bilal al-Tamimi monitored all the violations of the occupation army and its evils against the village and was able to communicate with local, Arab and international media and with various institutions in the United Nations, the Red Cross and others. Mei Press normal with simple tools and techniques appeared on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and became more widely known, and continues to expand its deployment day.

Official institutions
In the village of Nabi Saleh, a number of official institutions have been officially established in the Palestinian Authority, which serve the citizens and contribute to the development of the village. They are: - The Council of the Prophet Nabi Saleh: - one of the most active councils in Palestine which provides basic services to the residents of the village and supervises their daily lives. Al Nabi Salih Club is a socio-cultural sports club that has achieved many local sports achievements in regional tournaments and has worked at the cultural and social levels through the establishment of summer camps which have become an annual tradition and a number of events and festivals. Al Nabi Saleh Cultural Center: - A center located in the village that carries out various cultural activities in cooperation with the Ministry of Culture. Fateh Movement - The site of the Prophet Saleh: - It is a dynamic and active movement organization at the national and Fatah level. It provides services to the people of the village and conducts national activities on many occasions and communicates with other sites. Women's Committee:

Prophet Saleh season
As the village of Nabi Saleh is the site of the Prophet peace be upon him was established in the village season of the Prophet Saleh every year from 1996 until 2000, where this tradition stopped because of the annual occupation and siege imposed on the village and the establishment of the barrier at the entrance, These events were Palestinian musical and popular groups from Palestine inside 1948, from the West Bank, Jordanian and Palestinian artists, high-ranking officials and diplomats. They performed plays, patriotic and comic, and markets were set up in the village squares. Palestinian and various institutions on this season and sponsored annually.

* * *

The translation was done by machine and yes, there are lots of mistakes. But it's not hard to get the sense they wanted to convey. 

You can probably see that the focus on a warrior past doesn't fit all that wonderfully well with the more recent efforts to depict Nabi Saleh as a bastion of non-violent "resistance". Which probably explains why all of the text above has been erased from where it originally appeared. 

No comments: