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Jerusalem - Mother Of Two-Time Gay Pride Stabber Reaches Out To Victims; Expresses Sorrow And Offers Prayers

Published on: August 4, 2015 01:13 PM
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Jerusalem - On Tuesday, the mother of two-time Gay Pride parade attacker Yishai Shlissel finally broke her silence, telling the press that Shlissel’s family “regrets” his actions in the “great tragedy,” and that the family is “praying” for her son’s victims.

WALLA.co.il (http://bit.ly/1M39faT) reports that Rivka Shlissel offered no other details regarding the incident, despite reports that the Shlissel family, along with local Haredi rabbis and acquaintances of Yishai Shlissel, are targets of investigators as they probe into whether anyone had any prior knowledge that the serial stabber was intent on striking his second Gay Pride parade.

According to reports, investigators are currently busy sifting through Shlissel’s phone activity for the days leading up-to-and-including the attack that left 16 year-old Shira Banki dead and several others seriously injured.

Investigators also want to know why police were seemingly unaware of Shlissel’s movement in and around the parade despite the fact that he had been released from prison just weeks before for committing a similar crime back in 2005.

Investigators have also been critical of one of the appointees charged with uncovering any intelligence failures at the local police level, charging that Mevaseret Zion station Commander Anna Ben Mordechai Raizel may be in conflict of interest since she serves under Jerusalem District Police Commander Maj. Gen. Moshe Edri, a target of the internal probe.


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 Aug 04, 2015 at 05:53 PM Anonymous Says:

Years from now this event may be seen as the moment when gay "rights" took over Israel, including "marriage" (it failed by only 11 votes less then a month ago). It's our jobs to make sure this doesn't happen, that will be the best thing we can actually do for her nishama.

The sad fact is this poor soul died of misa mishuna (a plus for a kapara) while she doing a mesis umodiach action (which is about as bad as possible). She has already become a martyr for toevah. If we allow her memory to solely be used to pass evil toevah laws (including "marriage") it will make her, be punished for every action that results due to her sin of going to a masis umodiach parade. We know that even the dead our judged every single yom kippur for the actions that result from their life (for things that occurred over the course of the past year, because of their actions in their life) If the only thing she has going for her is this, it will be disastrous for her.

If you want to do something for her soul take upon yourself to do whatever you can to stop the gay movement both in Eretz Yisroel and throughout the world for her zicharon, that is the only thing that will bring nechama to her soul!

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 Aug 04, 2015 at 09:46 PM PaulinSaudi Says:

Why do we use the word "tragedy" in this case? A tragedy is a tornado or an earthquake. This was a crime.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 12:04 AM Anonymous Says:

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PaulinSaudi Says:

Why do we use the word "tragedy" in this case? A tragedy is a tornado or an earthquake. This was a crime.

Do u have any brain at all? The tragedy is that a life was lost and others were injured.... To you, that's just "a crime?" What a pathetic idiot.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 01:11 AM GrudSeichel Says:

Last I checked, there no Sanhedrin, and there are no Shoftim (judges) , Neviim or Nevios (prophets or prophetesses) today.

STOP judging a beautiful 16 year old neshama whose life was tragically cut short by a murderer.

Anyone who has issues with other Yidden's frumkeit would do best if they sat in their home with a Tehillim. And let's not kid ourselves. We all feel we are at the perfect frumkeit level. If someone is less religious than us, they are 'not frum' and if they are more religious than us, they are 'too frum'.

Keshot atzmecha ve'achar kach, keshot acheirim - fix yourself first, then fix others. of course since we never ever come close to perfect, our life should spent perfecting ourselves.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 01:40 AM lazerx Says:

whereas the murder is a crime and a sin, still, why doesn't a mother go to help her son? He needs her now.

Perhaps that was the cause of her son's unstable behavior? a mother who shows no concern for her son?

A true parent is always there to help their children even if they mess their lives us totally.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 04:36 AM Shtarker Says:

What great courage this woman has. The Rabbis think they are strong ... their wives are stronger.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 08:20 AM skeptic Says:

Reply to #1  
Anonymous Says:

Years from now this event may be seen as the moment when gay "rights" took over Israel, including "marriage" (it failed by only 11 votes less then a month ago). It's our jobs to make sure this doesn't happen, that will be the best thing we can actually do for her nishama.

The sad fact is this poor soul died of misa mishuna (a plus for a kapara) while she doing a mesis umodiach action (which is about as bad as possible). She has already become a martyr for toevah. If we allow her memory to solely be used to pass evil toevah laws (including "marriage") it will make her, be punished for every action that results due to her sin of going to a masis umodiach parade. We know that even the dead our judged every single yom kippur for the actions that result from their life (for things that occurred over the course of the past year, because of their actions in their life) If the only thing she has going for her is this, it will be disastrous for her.

If you want to do something for her soul take upon yourself to do whatever you can to stop the gay movement both in Eretz Yisroel and throughout the world for her zicharon, that is the only thing that will bring nechama to her soul!

or just mind your own business, stop trying to deny people equal rights just because something seems icky to you.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 09:32 AM yellowzebra Says:

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skeptic Says:

or just mind your own business, stop trying to deny people equal rights just because something seems icky to you.

This is the Jewish state and we need to stand up for Jewish law. be a Jew and nothing else .

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 10:59 AM Shtarker Says:

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yellowzebra Says:

This is the Jewish state and we need to stand up for Jewish law. be a Jew and nothing else .

This is the American state and we need to stand up for American law. Be an American and nothing else.

How does that make you feel?

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 11:46 AM yonasonw Says:

Reply to #3  
Anonymous Says:

Do u have any brain at all? The tragedy is that a life was lost and others were injured.... To you, that's just "a crime?" What a pathetic idiot.

Back off a bit brother...nothing PaulinSaudi said warrants such anger.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 12:02 PM yellowzebra Says:

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Shtarker Says:

This is the American state and we need to stand up for American law. Be an American and nothing else.

How does that make you feel?

As an American i support the Jewish state. A Jewish state is only a Jewish state if it follows Jewish law. This has nothing to do with what i think is icky the Torah says no its no.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 11:53 AM yonasonw Says:

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yellowzebra Says:

This is the Jewish state and we need to stand up for Jewish law. be a Jew and nothing else .

...it is also supposed to be a modern democracy...last I heard, btw, most of the knuckleheads who post here reap the benefits of living in a democracy.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 01:04 PM BuckyinWisconsin Says:

I am genuinely horrified and shocked at some of these comments. We all realize that Yerush. is no place for a pride parade. But people, a young innocent girl was killed by a lunatic dressed in Charedi levush. This is not kanoi-ism, this is murder. This girl, who was just supporting people in the parade, was not chayav misa. By all you sickos out there, every Jew that is driving on Shabbos should be murdered. Your true ignorance of Halacha is even more astounding...no misa is ever brought down without hasra and aidim etc. To compare this murderer to Pinchas is appalling in its ignorance. Pinchas stood next to Moshe Rabbenu, and was not some sort of lunatic. I see some of the most hateful disgusting sinas chinma I have ever seen coming from "Frum" folks on this site. Do yourselves a favor, take a page from Chabad, (and I am not a Chabadnik) and offer love to your fellow, you sick hateful small people. I am so fed up with this sick mindset. This was a JEW, and you support and condone her killing? I am so saddened.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 02:38 PM Shtarker Says:

Reply to #11  
yellowzebra Says:

As an American i support the Jewish state. A Jewish state is only a Jewish state if it follows Jewish law. This has nothing to do with what i think is icky the Torah says no its no.

"... the Torah says no its no ... "

You know that's not true. The Torah doesn't say anything about smartphones but we don't use them on Shabbos because that's how Chazal pasken. Almost everything we do and don't do today is because of interpretation. Don't confuse interpretation with truth. Only the Ribono shel Olam knows the truth so only the Ribono shel Olam can judge. You're welcome to your interpretation, but don't claim the Torah agrees with you.

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 Aug 05, 2015 at 04:25 PM yellowzebra Says:

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yonasonw Says:

...it is also supposed to be a modern democracy...last I heard, btw, most of the knuckleheads who post here reap the benefits of living in a democracy.

so what you are saying is that the Jewish state can't follow Jewish law .........

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 Aug 06, 2015 at 11:42 AM yellowzebra Says:

Reply to #14  
Shtarker Says:

"... the Torah says no its no ... "

You know that's not true. The Torah doesn't say anything about smartphones but we don't use them on Shabbos because that's how Chazal pasken. Almost everything we do and don't do today is because of interpretation. Don't confuse interpretation with truth. Only the Ribono shel Olam knows the truth so only the Ribono shel Olam can judge. You're welcome to your interpretation, but don't claim the Torah agrees with you.

you could not be more wrong. there is only one torah and those who mess wit the mesorah are the ones who are wrong. smartphones being assur is not some made up interpretation, just because you do not agree with a psak does not take away the fact that you are committing a diorisa when you use a smartphone on shabbos.

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