Muslims are perpetual arsonists. Israel has “arson season” for that very reason each year. Just ask the French or the Swedes, who suffer weekly arson attacks on schools, cars, welfare buildings and even hospitals since they filled their countries with Muslims.
When the flood of Merkel Muslims began arriving on the shores of Greece and Italy, they welcomed their hosts with a string of arson attacks. In Greece fire brigade investigators complained that cases of arson has dramatically increased in the past two years, with 2016 being the worse on record. They looked into 5,533 cases, of which 1,468 concerned wildfires and 4,065 burnt farming land. Based on their findings, the leading cause of 47.94 percent of the fires was intentional arson, followed by arson through negligence at 32.65 percent, undiscovered causes at 13.45 percent, chance 3.18 percent and natural causes at 2.78 percent). Greek migrant camps have also been plagued by arson, but as usual when inexperienced leftists deal with Islam, they always blame the wrong people; the “far right”.
In Germany a flood of arson attacks on migrant shelters was started by Muslims themselves who took selfies of the flames. They created the fires over shortage of candy and anger over low handouts. The Muslim arsons were blamed on “the far right” in deliberate lies created by Angela Merkel’s government. Even police reports got dumbed down and over 98% of Muslim crimes was left unreported in statistics. Arson, intimidation and assault are some of the most popular methods used in the Middle East to corner people into submission over demands. Look at Arab countries: there is almost no greenery at all in these countries. And it’s not solely because it’s hot or dry. Keeping them barren keeps them safer from arson attempts.
Arson across the U.S. has increased too in tandem with the growing Muslim population. Arson and derailing of trains.
Wildfires tear across Israel, Netanyahu calls arsonists ‘terrorists’
By Rami Amichai | HAIFA, Israel
Reuters, Thu Nov 24, 2016 | 11:46pm EST
Wildfires tore across central and northern Israel on Thursday, forcing tens of thousands of residents to flee the city of Haifa, as leaders blamed arsonists for some of the blazes and branded them terrorists.
Television pictures showed a wall of flames raging through central neighborhoods of Israel’s third largest city. Firefighters dowsed a petrol station with water as the blaze edged closer.
The fires have been burning in multiple locations for the past three days but intensified on Thursday, fueled by unseasonably dry weather and strong easterly winds.
“Every fire that was caused by arson, or incitement to arson, is terrorism by all accounts. And we will treat it as such,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told reporters gathered in Haifa. “Whoever tries to burn parts of Israel will be punished for it severely.”
Internal Security Minister Gilad Erdan referred to “arson terrorism” and said there had been a small number of arrests, providing no other details.
On social media, some Arabs and Palestinians celebrated the fires and the hashtag #Israelisburning was trending on Twitter.
“It’s likely that where it was arson, it goes in the direction of nationalistic,” Police Chief Roni Alsheich told reporters, without going into further detail.
With fires burning in the forests west of Jerusalem, around Haifa, on central and northern hilltops and in parts of the Israeli-occupied West Bank, the government sought assistance from neighboring countries to tackle the conflagration.
Greece, Cyprus, Croatia, Turkey and Russia offered help, with several aircraft already joining efforts to quell the blaze, dropping fire-retardant material to try to douse the heaviest fires and stem their spread.
Netanyahu said he had asked for a “Super Tanker” fire fighting aircraft to be sent from the United States.
The Palestinian Authority had offered assistance as well, he said.
A thick haze of smoke hung over Haifa, which rises up from the Mediterranean Sea overlooking a large port. Schools and universities were evacuated, and two nearby prisons transferred inmates to other jails, a prisons service spokesman said. Patients were moved out of a geriatric hospital.
A lack of rain combined with very dry air and strong easterly winds have spread the fires this week across the center and north of the country, as well as parts of the West Bank. Hundreds of homes have been damaged or destroyed but no deaths or serious injuries have been reported.
Education Minister Naftali Bennett, the leader of the Jewish Home party which supports settlements in the West Bank where Palestinians seek statehood, said on Twitter that arsonists were disloyal to Israel, hinting that those who set the fires could not be Jewish.
“Only those to whom the country does not belong are capable of burning it,” he said in a tweet in Hebrew.
Haifa’s mayor said he feared for the city and called on residents with water sprinklers to turn them on to help keep the flames at bay. Those leaving their homes were urged to go to sports stadiums and other safer locations.
Highway 443, which links Jerusalem and Tel Aviv as it cuts through a southern flank of the West Bank, was temporarily closed to morning rush-hour traffic as flames reached the city of Modi’in, about half way between the two conurbations.
Local weather forecasters have said the tinder-dry conditions – it has not rained in parts of Israel for months – and strong winds are set to continue for several days and they see little prospect of normal seasonal precipitation arriving.
“Meteorology is not responsible but it is conducive to the spread of these fires,” said Noah Wolfson, the chief executive of weather forecasting company Meteo-Tech. “The atmosphere will remain very dry, at least until Monday or Tuesday.”
(Additional reporting by Steven Scheer in Modi’in, Luke Baker and Ari Rabinovitch in Jerusalem; Writing by Luke Baker; Editing by Mark Heinrich and Andrew Heavens)
[The arson attacks on Israel attracted the joy of many Muslims, including TV personality Mishari Rashid Al-Afasy, a Kuwaiti preacher and TV personality. His joyful tweet gathered over 16,000 likes and 19,000 retweets. CNN’s Arabic version was full of comments praising Allah for the arson raging Israel. There was no moderation of the comments in Arabic at all.]