The Shocking Murder of a Jewish Construction Rappeller
By Moshe Feiglin
Pictured: Roi Arami, HY”D
On Tuesday, a construction worker plunged to his death from the 11th floor while rappelling. After investigation, it was discovered that the rope from which Roi Arami, HY”D was dangling was severed with a cutter. Arabs working with him at the site are suspect.
“This story was particularly shocking to me,” said MK Moshe Feiglin. “I was the first person in Israel to open a rappelling company for high-rises. I myself worked in the field for many years and later, employed quite a few workers. The safety measures that I instituted were very strict. Among other rules, they included locking the roof whenever possible.”
“It is very shocking,” Feiglin continued. “And it is very connected to the fact that an Arab doctor was reinstated in his emergency room position despite the fact that he called IDF soldiers ‘murderers’. It may be unpleasant to admit this, but 100 years of Zionism have taught us that within the normative Arab public, a constant potential of murder always exists. In the words of an Arab citizen of Israel just before Gilad Shalit was released, “You sanctify life, while we sanctify death.”
“The media is ignoring this story” said Feiglin. “If it had been an Arab worker, and the suspects Jewish, the entire country would be up in arms. But we prefer to repress this issue. After all, it is clear that the doctor who apologized for calling our soldiers murderers had no sincere regrets. But the thought is too much for us. We prefer to deceive ourselves.”
“I think about those ropes on the roof. And about the Arabs, who suddenly found themselves with the life of a Jew in their hands. All they need to do is pull out their cutter, nobody will see. It is an uncontrollable urge. And we place a surgeon’s knife in the hands of a doctor who has already revealed what he has in his heart. So that he can save IDF soldiers, of course,” Feiglin observed.