Monday, October 31, 2005

One-Third of PA Arabs Thinking about Emigrating

Years ago rav kahane said that if we offer the arabs money they will leave...
So i guess if we arent kicking the arabs out let 'em kick themselfs out.

From "A new survey reveals that 31 percent of Arabs in the PA think about living permanently in another country, and a jailed terrorist and the Hamas leader are the favorites to be PA president.

The large number of those contemplating emigration is reflected by concern for security, revealed in the newly released Palestinian Center for Public Opinion poll by Dr. Nabil Kukali. Almost two-thirds of the people (64.8 percent) are worried about their personal safety.Dissatisfaction with the current PA administration was registered with 61.5 percent of the respondents favoring a new cabinet, currently headed by Ahmed Qureia (Abu Ala), who serves as president of the PA. The most popular person to replace him is Marwan Barghouti, who is serving multiple terms of life imprisonment for terrorist attacks"
for the full story

wow this french dude has his head screwd on right!
I like this guy! queted from his blog "Going Orange For Gush Katif Because I'm a Proud Friend of Israel who thinks the Gaza withdrawal is an exercise in extreme folly.
The Islamofascist Paleswinians don't want Gaza, and they don't want the West Bank. They want the whole damn thing.
They want to finish what Hitler started.
It doesn't matter that Israel existed thousands of years before the pedophile pimp-prophet oozed out of the sands of Arabia. What was once Islam's is always Islam's.
What would be said if I stood in the Muslim family's yard a few blocks away and claimed it in the name of Christianity? And, after I got out of jail, went back and reclaimed it because I had conquered it before?
Sorry if the orange bothers your eyes, it'll be up for awhile."

Why didnt we reach gush katif ?

Moshe feiglin gets it right on in this article from july, If you read the letters from yamit by Rav kahane that i posted you will see thats this exact same thing happend!

What the lubavitcher rebbe had to say about the peace process

The signing of the Camp David (I) accords by Israel is the most senseless folly imaginable. We have ceded our security - lands, oil, settlements and airfields - for nothing but a piece of paper that can be torn up at any time. The "peace" we thought to gain is a bitter illusion, and the only result is that now we are infinitely weaker and the enemy infinitely more powerful. -The Lubavitcher Rebbe

The humiliating concessions made by israel under the Camp David accords are a direct result of Jewish weakness. Instead of basing our claim to the land on G-d’s promise to His people, we prefer to rely on the goodwill and generosity of the non-Jew. Instead of being proud and firm in our identity, we adopt non-Jewish attitudes and quail and cower before the gentile nations. (Lubavitcher Rebbe)

"Jewish law sets forth the criteria necessary for Israel's peace andsafety: these can only be achieved from a position of military strengthand secure borders. Any sign of strategic vulnerability is sure toencourage terrorism in Israel and abroad."The Lubavitcher Rebbe Menachem Mendel Schneerson"

A Palestinian state in the heart of Eretz Yisroel — and make no mistake, that is exactly what “autonomy” means — is an open invitation for full-scale terrorist attacks on all parts of the land, G-d forbid. As an indication of what we can expect, ever since autonomy was even discussed, terrorist attacks have become much more frequent and much more brazen. (Lubavitcher Rebbe)

What to do now after camp david peace accords were signed these are the words of a true prophet 20 years ago......
“It is not too late. We have fallen low, but we can rise; and when we do, we reach the heights. It is time to act as a Jew, with the pride and nobility that befits the Chosen People. The other ways have been tried, and we have tasted their bitter fruits. It is surely time to show that we are indeed the “wise and understanding people,” that we are ready to submit our will to His. It is not too late. If the surrender of the territories poses a danger to the lives of all Jews living in the Land of Israel, the strengthening of the land is our protection. We must immediately populate all the lands in our possession, building settlements around the perimeter of the Land of Israel. This “security belt” of settlements, especially in the north, east and south, is the surest protection against the infiltration of terrorists. Moreover, the settlement of these lands is the best way of publicly demonstrating that they belong to us, and we do not intend to give them up to anyone. Fear not the wrath of the nations, for we will incur their displeasure whatever we do, whether we settle all the land or but a paltry few centers. When we show the world that it is indeed ours, when we establish our claim through concrete action, then all pressures will fall away. There are tens of thousands of Jews who are ready and eager to settle in these places if they are but allowed. Many, many settlements, thickly populating the land — that is the answer to the non-Jews’ questions and challenges. Honor is when a Jew stands tall and proud, confident in his G-d and His Torah, and says to the world: We will not give up any more of our land, and we will make no more concessions. We have seen how our enemies honor their word, and we do not choose to place the lives of over three million Jews in danger. [All negotiations involving transfer of Jewish land] were illegal from the beginning, for no one can give away that which G-d has given to all Jews for all generations. We demand the return of those lands already surrendered, and we demand them as their rightful owners. We do not lay claim to the land because of our strength, our army, or our diplomacy. It is ours solely because it was given to us by G-d, the Holy Land to the Holy People. Moslems and Christians are believers in the Bible, and when we speak to them with the assurances given in the Bible, it is accepted. All other rationales are twisted perversions, and as we see, are not logically acceptable. Our only justifiable claim lies in the Torah, and it is with its strength that we must speak. True peace can only be attained through Torah, through adherence to G-d’s will. “The Torah was given to make peace in the world,” and “The L-rd will give strength to His people, the L-rd will bless His people with peace.” No longer shall we be craven imitators of other peoples, but distinguished, separate, sanctified. Then shall we walk proudly with our G-d, all the Holy People, in all the Holy Land, to welcome our righteous Moshiach.” (Lubavitcher Rebbe)

Slight Misunderstanding by Isaac Kohn

Violent Clash In Outpost Eviction

More than 500 security troops destroyed Givat Lehavah, near Shechem and associated with the nearby community of Yitzhar. Police arrested 19 residents and protestors, including one woman who suffered a fractured hip and was hospitalized.
...Police and army personnel used bulldozers to wreck two empty trailer homes at Givat Lehavah. Previously, security forces towed away mobile homes.
About 150 protestors were at the site even though there was no advance notice. "We kept the utmost secrecy this time," said police official Shlomo Sagi. Previously, residents were able to bring up to 1,000 protestors when there was advance notice....
United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan was outraged. This can not be tolerated. A sharp rebuke must be issued immediately.
"Perhaps," he thought out loud to his aide, "perhaps an emergency Security Council meeting is in order."
The aide, surprised at the sudden anger, stammered a response, but before he could utter two words, Kofi Annan stormed out of the sitting room. "But, but..." was all the poor aide could mouth as the door slammed shut. The aide stood dumbfounded in disbelief.
Back in his office at the United Nations building in New York, the secretary general, still furious, shouted to his secretary: "Get me Prime Minister Sharon on the line!"
"But Mr. Secretary, it's now almost three in the morning in Jerusalem."
"First of all, young lady, it's Tel Aviv, not Jerusalem! The United Nations recognizes only Tel Aviv as Israel's capital. Second of all, I don't give two feathers as to how late it is. Wake him up! Now!"
Flustered (she's seen him angry before - especially in reaction to anything regarding Israel - but never this furious), she retreated quickly back to her own desk and dialed the prime minister's private number.
It rang only once. "Shalom," a male voice was heard.
"Sorry that I'm calling at such a late hour," she began to apologize, "but this is an urgent call from Secretary General Kofi Annan. He must speak to your prime minister immediately."
"I'm sorry, Miss, but the prime minister had a very long and tiring day. He just went to sleep. Less than fifteen minutes ago."
"Hold a minute, please." Nervously, she knocked on the door. "Mr. Secretary General, the prime minister's aide says that he can't wake him up because he just went to sleep."
Punching the red button on his telephone console, Secretary General Kofi Annan hissed into the receiver, "Get Sharon on the phone! Now!"
The young bodyguard in Jerusalem, smiled and responded, "And what is the purpose of this disturbing call?"
Fuming, the secretary general responded in measured yet deliberate tones: "Get me the prime minister. Tell him that the Security Council is about to convene and...."
On the New York side of the phone connection, the shuffle of slippers was heard clearly, and suddenly, the tired, raspy voice of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon echoed in the room.
"Yes. Who is this?"
"Kofi Annan," scribbled the aide on a piece of paper and handed it to the prime minister.
"Your Excellency! How nice of you to call! To what do I owe this pleasure?"
"Listen carefully, Mr. Prime Minister. I heard about, and then I read a concise report regarding, the Israeli army's action against a caravan of Palestinian refugees living in Yis-har near Nablus. I read how you stormed them at night, without warning, and about the brutality you employed to dislodge them from their legitimate living quarters. I understand that one poor Palestinian woman was beaten severely and broke her hip. Your goons also arrested 19 innocents."
"Excuse me, Mr. Secretary, if I'm very blunt, but what in blue-blazes are you talking about?"
"Mr. Prime Minister, I suggest you stop playing games and listen carefully. The action you took today in dislodging the residents of that village is illegal under the United Nation Charter for the Defense of Disadvantaged Refugees, the Geneva Convention and every other decent law designed to protect people, their homes and belongings. My sources tell me that your army brought in those heinous Caterpillar bulldozers and then your soldiers proceed to crush the huts these poor people were living in. Your soldiers shot without cause and, in general, created a very frightening situation."
"But, Mr. Secretary..." the Prime minister attempted to break in to the non-stop monologue. "You misread...."
"Mr. Sharon! You promised again and again that you will ease off in preparation for the elections in the Palestinian Authority. You promised over and over that the 'disengagement' will proceed on schedule. You promised that all obstacles are to be removed in order to facilitate a smooth election process. Needless to say, the unprovoked action you took against that little village near Nablus was uncalled for and creates much harm. I want you to know that I called for an emergency Security Council session to discuss and debate both your unconscionable provocation and the dire consequences that it may trigger."
The prime minister, his hair disheveled, his pajamas wrinkled and with his glasses askew on his bulbous nose, burst out laughing. All those present (two bodyguards and an aide) also exploded in hysterical laughter, practically rolling on the carpet.
Stunned at the sudden outburst, the voice of a very insulted secretary general came across loud and clear: "Laughs best is he who laughs last, Mr. Prime Minister. This is a complete insult."
Grabbing the receiver again, Prime Minister Sharon, unable to stop laughing, spoke to Kofi Annan: "Mr. Secretary General, I respect you. I really do, and I admire your one-sided, unwavering righteous stance for the Palestinian refugees. I wish, however, to assure you that I also have the best intentions vis-a-vis their future. I will not do anything to hinder the coming election. In fact, if you noticed, my army is under strict orders not to respond too harshly for all of the hundreds of mortars that are being lobbed against Jewish settlements. And the army (and police) is occupied in vigorous training for the upcoming expulsion, which, I promise you again, will be carried out. You will yet come back with Security Council accolades and congratulations for Israel. The expulsion will be total, yet, only the beginning. Trust me, Your Excellency. I may have lied to my own people, but never to you. So, stay with me to the end of this movie."
"Mr. Prime Minister, all is fine and well. But what of today's disgusting action against...."
"My, my, my, Mr. Annan. I suggest you re-read the report and re-examine the news item. You will note that the 'village' in question was not Yis-har, in Arabic, but Yitzhar, in Hebrew - a Jewish outpost. Let me repeat slowly: J-e-w-i-s-h outpost, near Nablus. Those people we beat, arrested and jailed are J-e-w-i-s-h settlers. Those huts our bulldozers demolished were J-e-w-i-s-h trailers. Everything in this action was Jewish. It was a learning experience and an exercise, designed to train our soldiers. And those UN and Geneva charters? Well, you know, Mr. Secretary General, that they do not apply, ever, to Jews."
"Really? Are you telling the truth? I'm so sorry for my misunderstanding."
"That's okay. Don't fret a minute over it. Your misunderstanding is quite understandable. And your relief at being corrected is also understandable and universally admired."
"My goodness! Jews? Not Palestinians? Not Serbs? Not Sudanese? Not Croatians? Not Iraqis? Not Eritrean? Only J-e-w-s. Thank G-d for that."
"Yes, only J-e-w-s, Your Excellency."
"Well, that's different. Sweet dreams, Mr. Prime Minister. I apologize for waking you."
"Good night, Your Excellency."

straight from the donkey's mouth

Shimon Peres: "Basically, I think it's better talking than shooting, but if you cannot stop shooting, you shouldn't stop talking," (Jerusalem Post 2001)

"It is a great mistake to learn from history. There is nothing to learn from history."(M'aariv interview, 1993)

Abu Mazen (Palestinian Prime-Minister) expressed public support for terrorism against Jewish citizens living in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. He told the London-based Arabic paper A-Sharq al-Aussat that "all means" were legitimate against Jews living in Yesha. Asked about Abu Mazen's call to murder Jews, ex-Foreign Minister Shimon Peres said:"It doesn't matter what they say." (INN March 2003).

In any other country this guy would be locked up in a mental instetution... But to quote my convo with moshe feiglin who gave me a hitch from tapuach junction to jerusalem

moshe: ok i'm gonna drop you off here at french hill, i'm going to the mental instetution
me: why you going to the mental instetution?
moshe: well its mostly known as the keneset its full of raving and ranting lunatics.

Sweet gush katif artwork

Some amazing artwork created by my homie yakov a.k.a. da crazy russian... check out his blog at Tired of the plain 'ol orange shirts but want to conect with gush katif ? Go for this!

The loneliest animal in the zoo Its a frigin elephant for g-d's sake!!!
If the leftists tree hugers would care so much about poverty in this country, then we wouldent have kids going hungry! Or maybe they do care but only about hungry arab kids.

wow this guy woke up!

So now yigal amir files for a appeal... why does the guy wait 10 years ? I mean granted i cant blame him for taking barry chamish's theroy's as crazy but still chamish lays out this exact evidence in his book "who murderd yitzchak rabin" What is really intresting is the article below on ynet regarding chamish's website, It mentions david rudstein, That was a bit suprising but not very. Rudstein lived in miami about 10 years ago right accross the street from me. As i small kid about 7 i pissed his daughter off and he beat the royal crap out of me. Another former miami resident curently living in israel now and a former kahanist told me a few years ago that rudstein was a FBI snitch on kahanist activities... i see him hanging around jerusalem with a poster "who killed rabin" i dont give any credibility to this guy!,7340,L-3161933,00.html
But i will state the obvius, Yigal amir did NOT kill rabin!

Sunday, October 30, 2005

state sponserd terrorists

Thats funny... maybe peres wants to tell us about the 85,000 guns he gave the PA? Yes words do kill.... at least in this country. So peres needs to shut up or at least get arrested for incitment.

Dont say we werent warned about sharon!

By rav meir kahane Hy'd

What Alexander Hamilton said in his day ("the masses are asses") was a mere echo of a famous Yiddish folk saying, "der oylem iz a goylem". The golem, one recalls, is that brutish being incapable of independent thought, and keyed to the will of its master. Alas, the more things change, the less anything in the Jewish world does. The OYLEM, the Jewish audience, remains a GOYLEM...
I speak of the incredible willingness of the Jew to want to believe any lie, fraud and cynical manipulation - as long as that allows him to preserve his illusions of heroes. I speak of the almost absolute ability of politicians to do and say anything, in the knowledge that their idolatrous followers will see only divinity and truth in them - despite the fact that if the same act would be done to by a politician they despise, they would be crying for "the traitors scalp." And I write this, as the cult of Ariel Sharon spreads among the masses that is a GOYLEM, the masses of asses.
There is an apparent need on the part of human beings, and certainly Jews, for a hero. There is a need for man to worship. Alas, G-d lacks charisma for the modern Jew, who seeks something more exciting. And in every decade there is someone else to worship, some other god with feet and mind and soul of clay. Now, it may be legitimate to raise high the banner of a leader, but only the GOYLEM refuses to see his feet of clay and his nakedness of principle.
In the past it was Moshe Dayan, he of the one eye and the lion heart of Judah. Jews of the Exile, humiliated for two millennia, ached for a hero and here was the Jewish Samson who smote the gentiles and gave every Jew in Levittown pride and self-respect. Little matter that Dayan was a man of tiny faith and immense fear of the gentiles, who along with Golda Meir (yet another Jewish winner) - refused to allow the Israeli Army to strike a preventive blow a day before they knew the Yom Kippur War was to begin, out of fear of the American reaction.
No less than 4,000 Jewish boys fell because of that criminal decision by Moshe the lion-hearted, who was quoted in the first week of that war that seemed to be a debacle, "we are seeing the destruction of the Third Temple". And who recalled, or cared to, that it was Dayan, who, in the Six Day War, opposed reaching the Suez Canal and capturing the Golan Heights lest Israel get involved with the Soviets. (It was Divine Providence that saw the Israeli Army outrun Dayan's pathetic orders). And who recalls, or cares to, that it was Dayan who refused to expel the Arabs in 1967, when the world stood awe-struck, lest as he put it, "the world think that there is another wave of Arab refugees." Indeed, he ordered the army to return thousands of Arabs who had fled on their own, and the tragedy of today is in such large measure the doing of Moshe Dayan, hero of the Jewish people. And yet he continues, incredibly, to dwell in the private Pantheon of millions of Jews.
Indeed, an OYLEM GOYLEM.
And Golda, the architect of the murder of 4,000 Jewish soldiers because of fear of the world. The architect, too, of the saying that will surely enter the Hall of Fame of Insanity, as she declared: "I can forgive the Arabs for having killed our soldiers but I can never forgive them for making us kill theirs." And yet, this person still remains in the eyes of millions "the only GEVER (man) in the Israeli cabinet..."
And Begin. What shall we say about a man who will go down in history as the saddest and weakest of all Prime Ministers, while, at the same time, continuing to reap the koodoos and hurrahs of millions who make up his OYLEM GOYLEM. Had Peres given up the Sinai, with its huge oil supplies and land area, knocked down Jewish settlements and dragged out Jews; had Peres stopped the Israeli Army in Lebanon from annihilating the PLO and its leadership and thus cause more than 650 Jewish soldiers to die for nothing; had Peres allowed his army officers to take the blame for Sabra and Shatilla - Begin and his groupies would have taken to the streets calling for the head of the "traitor". But since it was Begin who did it, the GOYLEM accepts it as the decision "forced upon him". What an OYLEM! What a GOYLEM!
Every decade, every year, the goylem finds himself another hero. Shamir. He is better than Peres. Why? Only G-d knows why a man who arrested and prosecuted the Jewish underground; who is Prime Minister of the "intifada"; whose plan for elections is a guarantee of a Palestinian State (It was Shamir who first raised the idea of holding elections in the territories as part of his government policy - and this was adopted eventually at the Oslo Accords - editors note); who lied on every issue (except money) to the religious parties; who speaks loudly and carries a small twig - is lionized by the OYLEM GOYLEM. And worst of all - is Sharon.
It was a Saturday night and Begin was on the verge of signing the infamous, insane Camp David Accords. The sticking point was Sadat's absolute refusal to allow Jews to remain, hence the need to dismantle the settlements and remove the Jews. Begin feared one man. Sharon. He called him from the U.S. to ask if he would support the plan. What else was said we can only guess. But what is known is that Sharon agreed to support it, voted for the Camp David accords in the Knesset (Shamir did not) and then was appointed Minister of Defense.
And as Minister of Defense, it was Ariel Sharon, hawk, hero, salvation, who hovered over the area in his helicopter directing the knocking down of Jewish settlements (and creating a precedent for Judea and Samaria) and bodily dragging out Jews from their homes. If Peres had done that, what would the hawk have said? What would the hero have shouted? What would the salvation have exclaimed? Masses. Asses. OYLEM, GOYLEM.
I know of countless cabinet ministers in the world, and even some in Israel, who resigned over principle. If the handling of the "intifada" is so terrible (as Sharon then said as a minister in the Likud government, after being Minister of Defense -editors note), and it is, and if Israel is headed toward disaster (and it is!) , why does not Sharon resign? And what can one say about a man who in November 1987 and then again in December of that year and again after that, called for the drafting of Arabs into the army and who condemns Meir Kahane for his proposal to expel them instead?
Donkeys, asses, are programmed in their limitations. They cannot see; they cannot grasp reality. Human donkeys are different. They can - but they are worse than the four-legged brand because they refuse to see and admit truth and reality. The same Ariel Sharon is a man whose word is suspect (and I attempt to be kind). In an interview with the newspaper "Ma'ariv" on the eve of the 1973 elections, he told the paper that he supported equal rights for all wings of Judaism - Reform, Conservatism, as well as Orthodox, and was for public transportation on the Sabbath. Today he goes to the Lubavitcher Rebbe for his "blessings" in his battle against Shamir's elections plan, and the OYLEM GOYLEM goes wild in ecstasy.
And all the rest. Tchiya and Geula Cohen (whose hatred for Kahane is more than pathological). She writes a letter to "Ha'Aretz " in July, 1986 offering Israeli citizenship to any Arab of the territories who wishes it after annexation. And Prof. Yuval Neeman, indeed a good man and the finest of all of them, but who is interviewed by two French journalists who write: "He says that in no way is he a racist and claims that he would accept an Arab son-in law, provided of course he adhered to the values of the Jewish State..."
And Rabbi Levinger who is a good man, just as the Arab he thankfully shot was not, but like Gush Emunim which blasted any idea of expulsion of Arabs and instead raised high the lie of coexistence with them, ("lest they be branded "racists") - is responsible in the end for the "intifada" and for the Arabs who stoned his car.(And as a result, he shot and killed one of them as mentioned above - editors note) The February 10, 1984 issue of the Jewish Press carries a long article on a Levinger trip to America. In it he says: "In Judea and Samaria, in general, there is no trouble. Arabs and Jews work together, travel together... It is not only good to live in a settlement near Arabs, it is good to live together...")
I could go on and on. But hopefully the point is clear to that percentage of Jews that has risen above the OYLEM GOYLEM, who have achieved more than donkey status. Be honest. Be truthful. AND ABOVE ALL, CEASE BEING IDOL WORSHIPERS. A horror committed by Ariel Sharon is just as horrendous as one committed by Yossi Sarid. The Likud is not better than Labor and either in the end is Tchiya or Moledet whose leader, Rechavam Ze'evi called for an Arab Vice-Speaker of the Knesset and never tires of disclaiming any attempt to force Arabs out of the country ("I speak of voluntary transfer..)
TO GO AS ALLIES WITH THE BEST OF THE WORST - OF COURSE. But when the question is whom to support and join and believe in - the answer is only those whose record is that of consistency; who never changed and never wavered and never compromised. Anything less than that will never bring salvation. Ever.


By rav meir kahane hy'd

The countdown is well underway here and the constant thought of all those gathered in this beautiful town on the shores of the Mediterranean is: When are they coming? The thought is a grotesque one. "They" are the ones that the children have come to fear. "They" are the ones that hundreds of Jews here have come to look upon as the threat. "They" are the Jewish soldiers of the army of Israel. It is a Kafkaesque tragedy.
We have finished fortifying the bomb shelter we seized Motzaei Shabbat, one of several we broke into. I sit in the now-comfortable, powerful structure and for the hundredth time try to comprehend. For the hundredth time I shake my head. I cannot. Memories of the past week keep running through my mind. Reflections. Reflections on the tragedy of Yamit. No, of the Jewish people.
I think of my arrival last week with a number of Kach members. It is Sunday, February 28. On Friday, just before going to synagogue, twenty minutes before the Sabbath, the radio announced that the Begin-Sharon government had sealed off the Yamit area to all non-residents. The juggernaut had begun its work down the road of elimination of the Jewish presence in the Sinai and the final retreat. People are shocked. I feel sorry for them, all the deluded (albeit willfully) who kept repeating the litany: Begin will never give up the settlements. He has something up his sleeve . . The Ibn Ezra's magnificent commentary comes to mind. Pharaoh's servants come to him and complain, after the seventh plague "Haterem tayda ki avda Mitzrayim?" (Exodus 10:7). The simple translation is "Do you not yet realize that Egypt is lost?" The Ibn Ezra, in a brilliant psychological insight, translates it differently: "Do you not yet WANT TO UNDERSTAND . . . ?" And, of course, that is the secret of our madness today. No one WANTS to understand. No one WANTS to believe the truth, the bitter truth. Begin, a physically and spiritually sick man, is determined to complete the insanity. In the very week that the Egyptian dictator, Mubarak, slaps Israel's face by refusing to come to Jerusalem - Begin orders the troops out. To seal the Sinai. To seal it off to Jews . . .
On Sunday, I set off for Yamit with four Kach people. The area is sealed off but one can always get through. A pinch of faith, imagination and ingenuity - that is the time-honored recipe.
We drive through the teritories, past Hebron, into Beersheba. There we rent an Avis car, the better to appear to be tourists. I am armed with a kova temble, the ubiquitous sun cap that covers the upper part of my face; dark sunglasses; an American passport, and a strong American-accented English. For 40 kilometers past Beersheba, the road is clear. We drive swiftly, turning past Netivot, Ofakim, up to the Magen junction where we turn - and there it is. Forty kilometers from Yamit, the first barrier. Tens of soldiers are milling about. I pull up, looking every bit the American tourist. The soldier asks where I am going. I smile stupidly (hoping to look like a tourist), and say that we are a party of Americans headed for a vacation in the Sinai. He does not understand English. Another soldier is called over. He is an American. He makes it clear that no cars are being allowed through. I smile; implore; threaten; wave the image of my friendship with the American ambassador - nothing works.
We turn around and pull over. The map shows a road to the left of us, running to Kibbutz Nahal Oz. There, it shows a vague road that clearly warns the traveller of less than first-rate driving. Never mind, we have no choice. We find the road, turn into the fields of Nahal Oz. We are pleasantly surprised. The road is a single lane, paved one that soon becomes a dirt path. But the dirt is packed hard and G-d is good to those who try.
We follow the sun, headed sometimes west, sometimes south west, depending on the vagaries of the roads, paths, gulleys, what-have-you. We drive through fields, orange groves, but we progress. After half an hour, we have gone some 15 kilometers in the general direction of Yamit. Not bad. We find ourselves back to the main road, well past the barrier. G-d is good.
From there it is fairly easy. The second barrier is overcome by saying that the first one let us through. Ditto the third. The fourth finds an officer who asks for my passport. I would rather that he not see "Meir Kahane," even in English, and so I tell him it is in Eilat where the travel agent sent it. At first, he is unwilling to allow us through, but a flood of swift, angry English persuades him. We pass. We are in the Yamit strip.
We decide to head first for Hatzar Adar, the new settlement, west of Yamit city, established mostly by Kach people in November. It is a half hour from Yamit and we arrive to find the settlement blocked off by a small contingent of soldiers. We ignore them and drive through. It is a monument to the self-sacrifice and faith of young Jews. Some twenty families are jammed into trailers, under primitive living conditions. One of the trailers serves as a dining room and we are greeted with shouts of joy (I have now taken off the absurd hat and glasses). The wife of Michael Ben-Horin, the leader and incomparable builder of the settlement, sits down next to me holding her infant child. She looks sad but, as always - filled with faith.
Meanwhile, it is decided to attempt to force the army to remove their barrier by blocking the road to all traffic. The road is the main one to El Arish and Egypt. Everyone is conscripted to work. A tractor, with wagon, is brought to the middle of the road. Mattresses, barbed wire, chairs, a myriad of materials. The road is now totally barricaded. Cars from both directions arrive. They stop. Lines begin to form. The soldiers and one policeman look. They make no effort to interfere. A report is relayed to the commander over the radio. The women and children are now in the middle of the mass of iron and metal. They sit, quietly, resignedly. An Israeli driver pulls right up to the barrier, gets out and begins to argue. All is well. More soldiers arrive. They do nothing.
Suddenly, from the west, two Egged buses pull up. They are filled with Israeli Jews, returning from a trip to Egypt. (It is nothing. By Passover, the land of the Pharaohs will be filled with Jews returning to slavery in their tens of thousands.)
The Israelis get out. A few begin to shout: "We have been in Egypt for two weeks. We are tired. Get the mess off the road." An effort is made to explain to them. They are not interested. "I don't care about this. It is your problem. I want to get home." The fruits of Israeli education, of "Zionism." Then it happens.
A group of fifteen of the Israelis walk over and begin to remove the barriers. The settlers, mostly youngsters and women, try to stop them. Scuffles break out. One of the Israeli tourists seizes an iron bar and waves it wildly. A young settler, a student at Merkaz Harav, is punched in the face. Jews are fighting and the Arabs in the taxis sit quietly and watch . . . The student is standing by the roadside weeping silently. It is not his face that hurts.
We head for Yamit, depressed. At the crossroads of the main highway and the road to the town, a large crowd, some 300 people are milling about. I spot Baruch Merzel, a Kach activist who has been down here for more than a year. He is one of the living legends of the area, giving of himself day and night to help stop the retreat. He is disgusted. He points in the direction of a crowd of people gathered about and says: "They are listening to Geula Cohen. She killed us today."
A number of other settlers standing by, nod grimly. Their point is a simple one. The Movement To Stop The Retreat, a predominantly Tchiya front, threatened, on Saturday night that if by 8 A.M. Sunday morning the barriers were not removed, they would take them down themselves. It is now 5 P.M. and the barriers are still there. Merzel says:
"We had a crowd of 2,000 people down here. They were fuming. They were psychologically ready to rip the barriers down and no one could have stopped them. Then Geula showed up with Hanan Porat (another Tchiya Knesset member and head of the Movement here). They persuaded the crowd to get Raful (the chief of staff, Rafael Eytan) down here. He came and told them that he could not promise them a thing, but that he would speak to Sharon. Everyone knows that he has no say. This is a political decision by Begin and Sharon. But Geula and Hanan jumped at the opportunity to escape having to tell the crowd to rush the barriers. I am disgusted."
I am more than that. I know that Yamit is now lost, G-d forbid. I know that the psychological moment - so precious - of an angry crowd prepared to charge the barriers, is forever gone. Their total anger has evaporated, and they will never reach that peak again. I think to myself how important that charge of the barriers would have been. Begin and Sharon took a calculated risk. They fear bloodshed or mass confrontation. Had, on the first day, the Movement To Stop the Retreat struck, Begin would have known that he was dealing with a dangerous group. He would have backed off; perhaps, hopefully, resigned. The failure of nerve by the Tchiya leadership has doomed Yamit. Everyone in Israel knows, today, that the opposition to retreat is a paper tiger. One who threatens, sets an ultimatum and backs off, is not to be feared.
I head for Yamit. Abraham Hershkowitz, early JDL activist, an Israeli resident for ten years, greets me. He, his wife Nancy and their seven golden, blue-eyed children, left their home in Rehovot last Hannukah and relocated here. They are living in the section of town known as the Motel. It was designed for visiting guests but, of course, has now been taken over by people like Avraham who came south to stop the retreat. I get myself a room in the Motel, a thin mattress, a hard floor, two covers and I am settled in.
On Monday, we awaken to the news that 23 settlers from Kiryat Arba broke through an army barricade during the night and were chased into the nearby settlement of Pri-El. The army is dragging them out. We rush to the place to find the operation over. The Israeli army has successfully completed its mission: the hunting down - by house-to-house search - of "illegal" Jews. They are arrested and taken to Ashkelon where they will be tried for illegal entry into the southern part of the Land of Israel. Shades of Ernest Bevin.
The press recognizes me. Is it true that I was in Hatzar Adar yesterday? What do I intend to do? What do I think of the line of settlers, not to fight the army? I answer the questions. All except those of Israel Television. Some may nominate Arafat as the most dangerous threat to Israel. I suggest that they consider Israel TV. Dominated by leftists opposed to nationalism and religion, they nightly poison the airwaves and minds of Israelis. They have not come to a Kach press conference in five years and refuse to have me on talk shows. The reporter walks over to me and asks if he can interview me. I say no. He looks at me, bewildered. No one refuses to be interviewed on Israeli TV. He follows me as I walk on, speaking to someone. He asks me a question as his microphone is ready to record. I ignore him. That evening, a million Israelis see my back.
The next day, there is a grand debate in the Knesset. Tchiya has decided to ask for a vote of non-confidence in the government. The move is doomed to failure but the hope is for a propaganda victory. It is a disastrous failure. Hanan Porat has been chosen to speak for Tchiya. He is a brilliant speaker but today, of necessity, fails miserably. His attacks on the government are met by Ariel Sharon (chosen to reply for the government) and by every other party speaker with one main argument: Israel is a democracy and the Knesset, representing the people, has voted to retreat. Who and what gives you the right to defy that will?
Of course, the answer is that it is the Law of G-d, the Torah that gives that right. That the Torah is the ultimate law of the people and that the action of the secular government of Israel in giving up a part of the Land of Israel is ITSELF A VIOLATION OF LAW. Of course, the answer is to throw back the question into the faces of all the parties: Who gave YOU the right to break the law?
But, of course, Hanan Porat cannot say that, as a spokesman for Tchiya which is a "neutral" (sic) party when it comes to religion. And so, Tchiya is attacked unmercifully by all the parties. And the hapless and shameless National Religious Party, joins in the condemnation. And Agudat Yisrael, which toppled the Rabin government over the fact that a military ceremony went fifteen minutes into the Sabbath, blithely ignores the massive violation of the Sabbath that occurred last Friday night when the army went out to put up roadblocks. It is amazing what money for yeshivas will do.
The interesting thing to me is the fact that every speaker warned of the presence of Kahane and Kach in the area. The lesson is clear: If Begin believed that he was dealing with thousands of Kach "madmen" he would think a hundred times before ordering in the army. But he knows he is dealing with "moderates." It is that which guarantees his lack of fear and the ultimate total retreat from the Sinai, G-d forbid.
The truth is that I am appalled at the lack of organization and policy here. The settlers simply do not know what to do. There is no definite line. When the soldiers come, what should the reaction be? Should people simply leave? Should they sit down and be dragged out? Should they fight? There are no directions from the leaders because they themselves are not sure.
The bomb shelters, which - if stored with food, water, lighting and other supplies - would be ideal fortresses that would take the army days to break into and pull out the settlers, are all locked. The settlers spend their time going to meeting after meeting, all of which end with ringing declarations that mean little, and a decision to meet again.
Sholom Oren meets me. He is the reporter for Israel Radio. What do I think of the situation? I tell him. What do I intend to do about it? I am forming a second command post which will advocate using COUNTER-force against any effort to drag Jews away by force. I make it clear that I am opposed to any force if the army does not use it but that the halacha is clear:
"If the king comes to violate a law of the Torah, we do not listen to him." (Hilchot Mlachim 3:9)
That night, the interview is broadcast on state radio. A debate develops in Yamit. Signs are placed around the town urging people to come to visit the command post, in Hershkowitz's home. A steady stream arrives. To each one I explain the halacha and add: "I respect anyone who refuses to lift a hand against the army. But let that person know that he will not stop the retreat. The army uses force and a Jew does not depend on miracles. Faith, yes, but along with it, the self-sacrifice needed. And the natural means that a Jew is enjoined to use."
A number of rabbis, notably those from Merkaz Harav, as well as Hanan Porat, are alarmed. They sense that many of the settlers are frustrated and want concrete answers. Some of the rabbis, including Rabbis Nerya and Aviner forbid any violence. Rabbi Nerya, head of yeshivot Bnei Akiva, is quoted in the papers as having told two of his students, now soldiers, that if the army orders them to drag away settlers, they must obey. I am appalled. The halacha is clearly the opposite. On Thursday night, General Chaim Erez, head of the Southern Command, arrives. He asks the rabbis to "calm the people." He suggests that they ask the residents to pack their bags when they receive advance notice, shut the gas and lights, and leave the doors open. He also says that he is looking for Meir Kahane.
Part 2
Yamit - 20 Adar, March 15 - The days of Purim have come and gone, a schizophrenic, bittersweet holiday for Yamit. Now, it is the Ides of March and with them, the feeling that the delayed arrival of the army is soon at hand. I sit in the bunker we have named Mivtzar Kiddush Hashem (Fortress Sanctification). It is officially listed as bomb shelter number 41, one of the nearly 50 such shelters built in Yamit. We have seized it and turned it into the only serious place of resistance in town.
There is no doubt that the army - and government - are worried. This morning at 8:30., a helicopter, carrying Southern Command General Chaim Erez, swooped almost at rooftop level, photographing the shelter. The outer walls of the fortress are covered with verses from the Bible, sayings of the Rabbis and exhortations to the soldiers not to obey illegal orders involving the removal of Jews from a part of Eretz Yisrael.
At 9:30 A.M., Erez appeared again, this time with a convoy of high-level officers and police. They stood outside the area of the bunker, an area known as The Motel, originally built for guests and tourists. Now, it is populated by "illegals," those Jews who have smuggled themselves into the Yamit Strip in order to stop the retreat from Sinai.
It is obvious that the army is very worried about the bunker. The entire week, the police have attempted to find me. Once, they managed to see me and one of the detectives asked if I would be willing to come with him to the police station "for a talk." When told that I appreciated the invitation but would rather not come, efforts were made to see me daily. What is troubling them is the question: What do we have inside the bunker? Let them guess.
Indeed, that is what is piquing the curiosity of many people in the country. And that is, of course, what could have been the only serious card in the effort to stop the game of retreat. But more of that, later.
This morning, we heard of several other shelters that have been seized by settlers. It is clear that a change is taking place in Yamit, a change for the better. The question is whether it is not too late. Indeed, as I sit here, thinking of the events of the last two weeks and the non-events of the past months; as some 30 settlers from Hatzar Adar sit in Begin's prison in Ashkelon; as Rabbi Yisrael Ariel, rabbi of Yamit, sits with common criminals in Gaza; one thinks.
The campaign to stop the retreat went into full gear last Sukkot, escalating on Hanukah, and it succeeded in convincing tens of families to leave their homes in the north and move into the relatively difficult conditions of the town. Many people took leaves of absence from jobs while others left their wives and children and came only for Sabbaths. It was a moving display of self-sacrifice on the part of ordinary Jews who had been galvanized by the pledge: There will be no retreat.
Unfortunately, the leaders of the Stop The Retreat Movement had no coherent plan to seriously deal with the naked fact of Israeli army force. The elementary question of how to deal with the arrival of the army was simply ignored. Does one resist or simply give in to the soldiers with the guns, the gas and the strength? If one resists then the question remains - how? Does one physically fight the soldiers? No answers were given because the staff running the events here simply could not bring itself to face up to the basic fact: If there are no plans to physically fight the soldiers - then the retreat is assured because Begin and Sharon will have no fears or hesitations about moving in against people they know are not "dangerous." On the other hand, to state that soldiers should be confronted, is an act of courage that the largely Tchiya leadership simply could not bring itself to declare.
And so, candor and sheer truth must proclaim the fact that not only were the settlers who had been brought down on the promise of stopping the retreat left totally on the wings of illusion, but no concrete plans were made to fortify the settlers in places that would make their removal exceedingly difficult.
Thus, on my arrival, I noted the many air raid shelters, solid structures that were ideal places for fortified homes. Not a single one was occupied; almost all had no light, food, water, bedding and the elementary things needed for a siege. And, of course, this was so because the official staff had no intention of seriously confronting the army.
In speaking to one of the leaders, I was told: "We are not prepared to fight with the army." I told him that I could respect that stand but the question remained: Did he not feel a lack of honesty in urging people to leave their homes and to sacrifice so much, without telling them that they would not confront the army? Would not many people have logically concluded that what was being asked of them was a needless sacrifice? In addition, I complained about the false impression fed to American Jews that "thousands" of families were "streaming" into Yamit, when the truth was that no more than 200 new families - if that - had arrived, along with a few hundred singles.
How many hundreds of thousands of dollars had been raised in the United States on the glowing slogan: Stop the Retreat in the Sinai, when the fact was that no serious plan had really been drawn up? I understood, of course, that the leaders here had been counting on the influx of thousands of Jews during the last month, before the official day of retreat, April 26. But was anyone so obtuse as to believe that Menachem Begin and Ariel Sharon were not aware of the same thought processes? Of course the government knew that people could not leave jobs or school, months in advance of the retreat date. Certainly, they, too, knew that the yeshivot would close on the first of Nissan (March 25) and that the Passover holidays would bring thousands of adults as well as foreigners who would stream into Yamit. Was there anyone in the official leadership who could have possibly believed that Begin and Sharon would wait until then to close off the roads and then remove the settlers? I felt a deep sense of grief for the so many settlers who had gone to Yamit with enormous sacrifices and who were really victims of an illusion.
When I arrived and told the news media that the answer was either determined resistance or guaranteed retreat, many Jews were angered, but many others - frustrated and hapless - agreed. Above all, for the first time, a red light flashed in the government's mind's eye.
For months, Begin - determined to blunder on to disastrous retreat - has lived in fear of a serious clash in Yamit between Jews. The man who lives with both eyes continually on his place in history, shrinks from the thought of a serious confrontation in Yamit. Begin is a clever man and he knows his opponents. He has no fear of Tchiya, a Geula Cohen or Hanan Porat. They are "moderates" who will be forcibly moved out with relatively little trouble. It was only the sudden arrival of Kach with its image of "extremism" that caused the pulse rate of the Prime Minister's office to quicken. The point is so clear and logical, that one almost wants to weep in frustration:
The way - the only way - to stop the Begin-Sharon steamroller is to have them believe that they are dealing with "fanatics," and "extremists" who may do anything.
Last week we seized the first shelter. No light; we put in light. No facilities - we found them and brought them in. Mattresses, blankets, food, large cans of water, a gas stove, a refrigerator. A welding machine was recruited and the heavy steel doors welded tight shut. A number of people were screened and allowed to be tenants, along with strict obligations and discipline. Regular shiurim, classes in Torah, were instituted, since the failure of Tchiya is its lack of ideology upon which to place a program. No non-Torah ideology can possibly be a permanent force for Judaism.
The people in the bunker, named Fortress Sanctification (Mivtzar Kiddush Hashem), are people steeped in ideology.
The outside walls of the bunker, as I said, are painted with verses from the Bible, sayings of the Rabbis, and slogans. The most striking includes the quotation from Maimonides (Hilchot Mlachim, 3:9), that a king who orders a Jew to violate a Torah law is not to be obeyed.
This point is one that I have driven home again and again in the classes that I give to settlers, in speeches and in the special Hebrew booklet I have printed, called "Law and Order in Israel."
Indeed, on Shabbat Zachor, the Sabbath preceding the festival of Purim, I pointed out that while the Prophetic portion read on that day deals with King Saul's weakness in refusing to carry out G-d's will against the cruel Amalekites, it does not deal with the other side of the coin - his cruelty in ordering the murder of the priests of Nov, for helping David. "If one looks at that chapter" (Samuel I 22:17), I said, "one notes that Saul ordered his soldiers to take their swords and slay the priests. And the verse quietly says: 'And the soldiers refused ...'"
The lesson was clear and clearly needed. For two of the leading rabbis of the Stop the Retreat Movement, alleged "hawks" Rabbi Moshe Tzvi Nerya, head of yeshivot Bnei Akiva and Rabbi Chaim Druckman, had ruled that a religious soldier who was ordered to remove settlers must do so, despite the fact that the evacuation was contrary to halacha. The ruling, so clearly contrary to the clear ruling in the Talmud (Sanhedrin 49) and Maimonides (ibid.), led Yamit Rabbi Yisrael Ariel to run to Rabbi Nerya, who had been his rabbi at Kfar Haroeh, and to ask him for his halachic source. Rabbi Ariel, two weeks ago, pleaded with soldiers standing at the roadblocks to disobey orders to remove settlers. His words, based on the above-mentioned halacha, led to demands by leftists for his arrest. His consolation was that he stood by the Torah ruling. Now, with the incredible stand taken by Rabbis Nerya and Druckman, he looked wan and weary as he sat in his home and told me of a threat by a famous rabbi that he would ask that Rabbi Ariel be arrested!
I felt genuine pity for Rabbi Ariel whom I had come to know so well during the election campaign (he was number two on the Kach list). He is a true tzaddik, a man of sincerity and pure trust. As the rabbi of Yamit, he was the lone symbol of resistance against retreat long before Tchiya and rabbinical "hawks" came on the scene. To be betrayed by fellow rabbis, who have not the courage to expound the halachic truth was a profound blow for him. I write this, of course, four days after Rabbi Ariel was arrested when he took part in an abortive effort to resettle the settlement of Hatzar Adar, literally wiped off the face of the earth by the army, two weeks ago. He has been transferred from jail to jail, is at present in Gaza, and " outrageously " had been placed in a cell with Arab prisoners until angry protests forced his transfer. Today, he received a second four-day remand and we fear that he will not be free in the foreseeable future. Such are the wages of righteousness.

rav kahane vindicated

About time! Why is rav kahane so taboo in the jewish world ? Whats up with the charachter assasination! Accept it the man said stuff no one else would say and he was RIGHT!

(Written by Rabbi Meir Kahane, may G-d avenge his blood, in the late 1980's)

Dear World,
It appears that you are hard to please. I understand that you are upset over us here in Israel. Indeed, it appears that you are quite upset, even angry and outraged. Indeed, every few years you seem to become upset over us. Today, it is the brutal repression of the Palestinians; yesterday, it was Lebanon; before that it was the bombing of the nuclear reactor in Baghdad and the Yom Kippur War campaign. It appears that Jews who triumph, and who therefore, live, upset you most extraordinarily.
Of course, dear world, long before there was an Israel, we the Jewish people upset you. We upset a German people, who elected a Hitler and we upset an Austrian people, who cheered his entry into Vienna and we upset a whole slew of Slavic nations - Poles, Slovaks, Lithuanians, Ukrainians, Russians, Hungarians, Romanians.
And we go back a long, long way in history of world upset. We upset the Cossacks of Chmielnicki, who massacred tens of thousands of us in 1648-49; we upset the Crusaders, who on their way to liberate the Holy Land, were so upset at Jews that they slaughtered untold numbers of us. We upset, for centuries, a Roman Catholic Church that did its best to define our relationship through Inquisitions. And we upset the arch-enemy of the church, Martin Luther, who in his call to burn the synagogues and the Jews within them, showed an admirable Christian ecumenical spirit.
It is because we became so upset over upsetting you, dear world, that we decided to leave you - in a manner of speaking - and establish a Jewish State. The reasoning was that living in close contact with you, as resident-strangers in the various countries that comprise you, we upset you, irritate you, and disturb you. What better notion, then, than to leave you and thus love you - and have you love us? And so we decided to come home, to the same homeland from which we were driven out 1,900 years earlier by a Roman world that, apparently, we also upset.
Alas, dear world, it appears that you are hard to please. Having left you and your Pogroms and Inquisitions and Crusades and Holocausts, having taken our leave of the general world to live alone in our own little state, we continue to upset you.
You are upset that we repress the Palestinians. You are deeply angered over the fact that we do not give up the lands of 1967, which are clearly the obstacle to peace in the Middle East. Moscow is upset and Washington is upset. The Arabs are upset and the gentle Egyptian moderates are upset.
Well, dear world, consider the reaction of a normal Jew from Israel. In 1920, 1921 and 1929, there were no territories of 1967 to impede peace between Jews and Arabs. Indeed, there was no Jewish State to upset anybody. Nevertheless, the same oppressed and repressed Palestinians slaughtered hundreds of Jews in Jerusalem, Jaffa, Safed and Hebron. Indeed, 67 Jews were slaughtered one day in Hebron in 1929.
Dear world, why did the Arabs - the Palestinians - massacre 67 Jews in one day in 1929? Could it have been their anger over Israeli aggression in 1967? And why were 510 Jewish men, women and children slaughtered in Arab riots in 1936-39? Was it because of Arab upset over 1967? And when you, World, proposed a U.N. Partition Plan in 1947 that would have created a Palestinian State alongside a tiny Israel and the Arabs cried and went to war and killed 6,000 Jews - was that upset stomach caused by the aggression of 1967? And, by the way, dear world, why did we not hear your cry of upset then?
The Palestinians who today kill Jews with explosives and firebombs and stones are part of the same people who - when they had all the territories they now demand be given them for their state - attempted to drive the Jewish State into the sea. The same twisted faces, the same hate, the same cry of "idbah-al-yahud" - "Slaughter the Jews!" that we hear and see today, were seen and heard then. The same people, the same dream - destroy Israel.
What they failed to do yesterday, they dream of today - but we should not "repress" them. Dear world, you stood by the Holocaust and you stood by in 1948 as seven states launched a war that the Arab League proudly compared to the Mongol massacres. You stood by in 1967 as Nasser, wildly cheered by wild mobs in every Arab capital in the world, vowed to drive the Jews into the sea. And you would stand by tomorrow if Israel were facing extinction.
And since we know that the Arabs-Palestinians daily dream of that extinction, we will do everything possible to remain alive in our own land. If that bothers you, dear world, well - think of how many times in the past you bothered us.
In any event, dear world, if you are bothered by us, here is one Jew in Israel who could not care less

now they dont let feiglin speak.

jeez this country gets worse by the day, He should have rented a arab hall... I wonder if any halls will allow the kahane memorial?

carmi gillon: they should have killed amir

How do you kill a guy that you set up to take the fall?? ruins the entire purpose of a staged assasination... Would have saved gillon alot of trouble though.

trip down the memory lane

Do not remember WHAT i was thinking.... my brain froze i was holding the torah i loved and these monsters came crashing in and ripped it from me... I constantly get asked why i chose to hold the torah and not fight... this was as you may remember NOT the final expolusion but at maoz hayam (palm beach hotel) there was 250 of us mostly women and girls are 2,000 of them. Elite commando units yamam (israel SWAT) yasam, magav, yonathan (prison commando units)
So to fight them physically was worthless it was allready lost, But i thought maybe tearing a jew out of a shull with a sefer in his hands may appeal to their neshama their soul. I thought maybe beyond all the odds i could wake up that pintale yid, that tiny spark that each jew has...
But obviusly i was wrong because ALOT of magavnikim are russian goyim, and for the jewish ones their animal soul is sooo strong that it barely affected them. So i sat there holding the torah and crying over the disgustingness of this country and i davend... i can never sing vayehi binsoh ha'aron vayomer moshe... without geting teary and seeing soldiers rush in and grab the torah from me.

the horor that was

Police brutality here is old stuff. My elbows and knees are permenatly scarred from beatings by magav (border patrol the dudes in green) and yasam (brutal anti riot squad, black and grey uniforms) going to post pix i collected.... Heres a shout out to the brave old and young that blocked roads even while the settlement camp was condeming it. was a plesure serving with you guys! Aint nothing like being dragged into jail to find your friends there and start partying, pisses the cops off :) Man the achdus!!