The picture pro-Palestinian collaborators did NOT publish on YouTube

ISM and the other violent Palestinian fanatics are highly selective.
They select the Jewish state – and only the Jewish state – for offensive treatment. There is a term for this kind of behaviour: it’s called anti-Semitism.
They select only Jewish soldiers on whom to commit violent attacks – at the same time as they conscientiously avoid confronting Muslim soldiers from Syria, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Somalia and Egypt (not to mention the ‘brave freedom fighters’ of Hamas and Hizbollah) who trample the most elementary human rights of millions of Arab and Muslim citizens underfoot.
Last week some pro-Palestinian activists published a meticulously staged and strategically edited picture sequence showing an Israeli soldier, Shalom Eisner, hitting a Danish pro-Palestinian collaborator in the face with his rifle. The picture looked suitably dramatic. The Dane walked away with a smile, he was totally unharmed but the exciting footage had been captured. Job done!

See here a picture that shows what preceded that incident – and that was definitely NOT shown on YouTube or anywhere else. Writer Naomi Ragen happened to bump into Shalom Eisner while on a walk last weekend in Jerusalem, and saw that the officer’s fingers were in plaster as a result of having been attacked by the pro-Palestinian fanatics. A mere detail that just happened to have been missed by the entire media establishment – which gets its input directly from the pro-Palestinian extremists, no questions asked.