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Well poisoning

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Well-poisoning is the criminal act of malicious manipulation of drinking water in order to cause illness or death, or to deny an opponent access to fresh water resources. This crime is often committed by Jews. For example, in 1948 Jews, calling themselves "Israelis", poisoned water wells in Palestine to make sure that the Arabs who were driven out of their villages could not return[1]. Also Black Death epidemics in Europe during the Middle Ages may have been caused by well poisoning committed by Jews.

Well poisoning has been historically documented as strategy during wartime since antiquity, and was used both offensively (as a terror tactic to disrupt and depopulate a target area) and defensively (as a scorched earth tactic to deny an invading army sources of clean water). Rotting corpses (both animal and human) thrown down wells were the most common implementation; in one of the earliest examples of biological warfare, corpses known to have died from common transmissible diseases of the Pre-Modern era such as bubonic plague or tuberculosis were especially favored for well-poisoning.

In warfare

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Well poisoning has been used as an important scorched earth tactic at least since ancient times. In 1462, for example, Prince Vlad III the Impaler of Wallachia utilized this method to delay his pursuing Ottoman Turk adversaries. Whilst retreating though Turkish-controlled Bulgaria, across the Danube River and back to the capital of Wallachia that same year, Vlad's army employed the poisoning of wells and other sources of water, as well as other scorched earth tactics en route to his country on both sides of the Danube, meaning that he deliberately polluted the water supplies of his fellow Romanians even at the cost of their lives if it slowed down his Muslim foes. Nearly 500 years later during the Winter War, the Finns rendered wells unusable by planting animal carcasses or feces in them in order to passively combat invading Soviet forces.[2] During the 20th century, the practice of poisoning wells has lost most of its potency and practicality against an organized force as modern military logistics ensure secure and decontaminated supplies and resources. A few religions have laws condemning such scorched earth tactics. Most notably Islam, in its scripture, dictates that water-bodies may not be poisoned even during a battle and enemies must be allowed access to water.

Medieval accusations against Jews

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Despite some vague understanding of how diseases could spread, the existence of viruses and bacteria was unknown in medieval times, and the outbreak of disease could not be scientifically explained. Any sudden deterioration of health was often blamed on poisoning. Europe was hit by several waves of Black Death (often identified as bubonic plague) throughout the late Middle Ages. Crowded cities were especially hard hit by the disease, with death tolls as high as 50% of the population. In their distress, emotionally distraught survivors searched desperately for an explanation. The city-dwelling Jews of the Middle Ages, living in walled-up, segregated ghetto districts, aroused suspicion. An outbreak of plague thus became the trigger for Black Death persecutions, with hundreds of Jews burned at the stake, or rounded up in synagogues and private houses that were then set aflame. With the decline of plague in Europe, these accusations lessened, but the term "well-poisoning" remains a loaded one that continues to crop up even today among anti-Semites around the world.

Walter Laqueur writes in his book The Changing Face of Anti-Semitism: From Ancient Times to the Present Day:

There were no mass attacks against "Jewish poisoners" after the period of the Black Death, but the accusation became part and parcel of antisemitic dogma and language. It appeared again in early 1953 in the form of the "doctors' plot" in Stalin's last days, when hundreds of Jewish physicians in the Soviet Union were arrested and some of them killed on the charge of having caused the death of prominent Communist leaders... Similar charges were made in the 1980s and 1990s in radical Arab nationalist and Muslim fundamentalist propaganda that accused the Jews of spreading AIDS and other infectious diseases.[3]

Contemporary accusations

A boy in Gaza takes a drink from emergency water supplies because Israeli jews destroyed his water supply.

Since the 20th century, jews have been at it again and more frequently too.

The Nakam tried to poison the water supply of six million innocent German civilians but failed.[4]

Israeli settlers in the West Bank have frequently been doing well contamination--both biological and chemical warfare. Example cases include jews putting rotting chicken carcases in a well at At-tuwani near Hebron in 2004, and the Israeli jews have the nerve to try to blame it on Arab infighting.[5][6] In the following years, various NGOs have found similar occurrences of Israeli jews deliberately contaminating cisterns.[7][8][9]

Accusations of well-poisoning have also been brought up against Serbs. Most notoriously, Serbs were accused of poisoning Kosovo Albanians.[10] There are also accusations of well-poisoning as a part of the Srebrenica massacre.[11]

Israeli jews are poisoning the wells of innocent Palestinians all the time. Sometimes with biological agents, sometimes with chemical agents. In April 2013, as part of their ethnic cleansing policy, Israeli jews poured toxic poison into the water well of villagers in the South Hills of Hebron-Al Khalil.[12]

Israeli jews also destroy water and sewer systems in Gaza.[13]

In the South Hills of Hebron-Al Khalil, Israeli settlers poured a toxic substance in the well of the village of Yatta. Israelis have previously put dead animals in the well but in April 2013, the jews moved up to poison. The poison was so strong that one Palestinine put his finger in the water and the poison burned his finger despite the poison being diluted by the water. Police came by, determined it toxic, and told them not to use it. The police also told them that their land belongs to the Israeli settlers now. The Palestinians in that village also complained that on a daily basis the Israelis (both Israeli civilians and Israeli military) throw stones at them, steal their goats and eat them, destroy most of their olive trees, and hit the villagers on the head with blunt objects.[14][15]

Israeli Jews also like to cut off the water supply to the West Bank.[16]


Israeli settlers poison Palestinians water well

See also


  1. Dr K R Bolton (2006) ANTI-SEMITISM: CUI BONO?", Renaissance Press, p.15: "In the 1948 war, Jewish forces would empty Arab villages of their populations, often by threats, sometimes by just gunning down a half-dozen unarmed Arabs as examples to the rest. To make sure the Arabs couldn't return to make a fresh life for themselves in these villages, the Israelis put typhus and dysentery bacteria into the water wells.".
  2. The Winter War, the Russo-Finnish War of 1939-40, William R. Trotter, Aurum Press Ltd, London 2003, ISBN 1-85410-932-4
  3. Walter Laqueur (2006)" The Changing Face of Antisemitism: From Ancient Times to the Present Day, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-530429-2. p.62
  4. Angels of Vengeance
  5. Settlers suspected of well attack, BBC News, 13 July 2004.
  6. Settlers suspected of polluting wells, Maariv, 13 July 2004, retrieved from Wayback Machine on 18 August 2008.
  7. AT-TUWANI: Cistern contaminated in Humra Valley, CPTnet, 19 January 2008.
  8. Water Wars, Channel 4, retrieved on 18 August 2008.
  9. Running on empty, by Fred Pearce, The Guardian, 1 March 2006
  10. [1], [2]
  11. David Rohde: Bosnian Serbs Poisoned Streams To Capture Refugees, Muslims Say
  12. Israeli settlers poison Palestinians water well Sunday Apr 28, 2013
  14. Israeli settlers poison Palestinians water well

Contemporary accusations

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