Wednesday, May 21, 2014

"Terror-enabling ISM scumbag" Abe Greenhouse. Now at JVP

International Solidarity Movement activist Abe Greenhouse is now working as the Technology director for Jewish Voice for Peace. 

It's a perfect example of just how detached JVP is from mainstream American morality, not to mention mainstream American Judaism.

Greenhouse has been described as a "terror-enabling ISM scumbag"  who  desecrated one of Judaism's most holy sites.  Greenhouse was also been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct after he assaulted former Soviet refusnik, author and human rights activist, Natan Sharansky at Rutgers University.

In another incident,  the clearly unhinged Abe Greenhouse was charged with criminal mischief, disorderly conduct, unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose after the 2007  assault of a couple in New Jersey

From the Jersey paper :
In the incident involving the assault on Cleveland and Elm streets, a Belvidere couple in a black Ford pick-up truck was stopped in traffic when approximately 10 people surrounded the truck, police said. One of the 10 individuals, Abraham Greenhouse, 29, of Boonton, allegedly threw steel cylinders and shattered the rear window of the truck, police said.

The driver, a 35 year-old man, got out of the truck, attempted to dial 9-1-1 on his wife's mobile phone but it was slapped out of his hand.

One of the alleged assailants, Jonathan Harvey, 26, of Brooklyn, N.Y., allegedly kicked the driver in the groin and another man, Andrew Flowers, 37, of Connecticut, struck the man repeatedly with his fists.

The man's wife, also 35, was kicked and punched by several people during the attempt, while she was attempting to protect her husband.

A 64-year-old Morris Plains man tried to break up the fight, but he was also assaulted, police said.

In civilized company, desecration of holy sites along with arrests for assault and criminal mischief gets you ostracized at best, jailed or 5150'ed at worst.   At JVP, it gets you a job as director of technology.

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