We remember the 2000 Ramallah lynching: 2 IDF reservists murdered, mutilated by Muslim mob
WE REMEMBER: Today 19 years ago, on October 12, 2000, two drivers in the IDF reserve, Vadim Norzhich and Yossi Avrahami, took the wrong turn to the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Ramallah. Vadim and Yossi were detained by PA policemen and taken to the local police station where a Muslim mob murdered, ripped their bodies to pieces, danced with the organs and ate it.
In video footage that will remain etched on memories, the Israeli TV broadcasted the lynch.
The film, shot by an Italian television crew, showed dozens of enraged Muslim terrorists storming the police station where the soldiers were being held after they had been captured by the Palestinian Authority police.
Gruesome scenes were visible through an open window as the mob savagely beat and stabbed Vadim and Yossi to death.
At this point, a Muslim terrorist (later identified as Aziz Salha), appeared at the window displaying his blood-soaked hands that were dipped into the victim’s internal organs to the crowd, which erupted into cheers.
The crowd clapped and cheered as one of the soldier’s bodies was then thrown out the window and stamped and beaten by the frenzied crowd of Muslim terrorists.
The other victim was shot, set on fire, and his head beaten to a pulp.
Soon after the savagely ritualistic homicide, the crowd dragged the two mutilated bodies of Vadim and Yossi to Al-Manara Square in the city center and began an impromptu victory celebration.