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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Who the Hell Does Robert Serry Think He Is?

כ"ג לחודש הראשון תשע"ד

JPost: Israel denies UN envoy barred from pre-Easter ceremony in Jerusalem
Reuters, April 19, 2014

Jerusalem calls complaints by envoy attempt to inflate "micro-incident," noting there was no reported violence during Christian holy day. Robert Serry, Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process in Ramallah, 2009.

A United Nations envoy accused Israel on Saturday of trying to block him and other diplomats from a pre-Easter "Holy Fire" ritual in the packed Jerusalem church Christians revere as the burial site of Jesus.

The incident, following two days of violence at a separate flashpoint holy site for Jews and Muslims, pointed up rising tensions in the politically charged city ahead of Pope Francis's Holy Land visit next month.

Israel dismissed the UN complaint, calling it an attempt to inflate a "micro-incident" and noting there was no reported violence among the tens of thousands of Christians who thronged to the Holy Sepulchre Church in Jerusalem's old walled city.

"Holy Fire" is a traditional Orthodox Christian ceremony at which they say a miraculous fire appears at the site identified as Jesus's tomb every year on the day before Easter. 

Robert Serrry, UN "Piece" Envoy conjuring up some Holy Fiya!
"Whateva! I'll do what I want!"

Robert Serry, the UN's peace envoy to the Middle East, said in a statement Israeli security officers had stopped a group of Palestinian worshippers and diplomats in a procession near the church, "claiming they had orders to that effect".

Serry added in separate remarks to Reuters he had waited with Italian, Norwegian and Dutch diplomats for up to a half hour crushed by a crowd against a barricade, while Israeli officers ignored his appeals to speak with a superior.

"It became really dangerous because there was a big crowd and I was pushed against a metal fence the police put up there, the crowd tried to push really hard," Serry said, adding they might have been trampled had police not finally let them pass.

"I don't understand why this happened," he added. "I'm not saying I felt my life was in imminent danger, but this wasn't something you associate with a peaceful procession for Easter."

Ban Ki-Moon
United Nations Clown General
Terry Balata, a Palestinian witness, told Reuters she heard the Israeli officer tell Serry, who was with about 30 other diplomats and worshippers, "so what?" when he identified himself as UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon's envoy to the region.

Charging "unacceptable behaviour from the Israeli security authorities," Serry demanded in his statement that all parties "respect the right of religious freedom."

An Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman denied Serry's charges and accused him of displaying "a serious problem of judgment" as there was no reported violence during the prayers and a customary torch-lit "Holy Fire" ritual held at the church.

Spokesman Yigal Palmor acknowledged though that police took steps to limit the crowd packed into the church and narrow streets outside it. "If there was any pushing and shoving I would say it was a micro-incident," Palmor said.

Israeli police did not immediately comment on the incident, which came as they grappled with tensions elsewhere in the old city where Jews celebrated a week-long Passover festival at the same time as Christians prepared for Easter.

Earlier this week, police confronted Muslim protesters throwing stones near the al-Aqsa Mosque as Jews visited the surrounding area, which Judaism reveres as the place where biblical temples once stood.

Poop Francis I and Jesuit cohort Israeli President Shimon Peres
(avodah zarah blacked-out)
The Vatican, April, 2013

Pope Francis plans to visit Jerusalem and holy sites in the occupied West Bank such as Bethlehem when he makes his first Holy Land sojourn as pontiff late in May.

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Automatically assuming that Israel was at fault? Some journalistic objectivity!

Sure, JPost.com got it from Reuters, but the supposedly right of center, ie. not so quick to bash Israel and the leftist rags, was either too lazy to edit the Reuters report, or was pleased enough that it fit in perfectly with its agenda of pandering to Christians.

Of course, I wish that Israeli police had done more to prevent these going to their voodoo, magical fire, false man-deity, avodah zarah ceremony,...assuming that they actually did anything at all, besides crowd control, in order to protect the safety of these fools!

And now, on to Robert Serry and the United Nations Nothings... How typical of really, any so-called "official" stomping into our Land, stomping all over us, and our traditions, and trying to tell us what we should and should not do.

Religious freedom? There's that phrase again. Everything seems to get turned toward the issues of religious freedom and democracy, and away from the issues of Torah and Jewish sovereignty,...issues which have absolutely nothing to do with religious freedom and democracy.

Haven't we learned? Since before our expulsion from Spain, we have tried to be like the goyim, and yet they have always rejected us anyway. But, the anti-Torah, Haskalah movement, not to mention the likes of Shimon Peres, Yossi Beilin, and their Labor Zionist, Oslo/Geneva collaborating cohorts continue to press the issue as part of their ultimate plan to assimilate the Jewish People into Western, "progress" culture (Read: "disappear").

So, in actuality, the deeper issue here involves the likes of pride filled trash like Robert Serry simply doing what he was always meant to do, challenging the Jewish People, the hopeful result, our waking up from our numbed-out robotic state, and preventing such "officials" from running around our Land, doing whatever they like, and stepping all over us in the process.

Gee, maybe we would even wake up enough to prevent such filthy practices as Jeezer holy fire and other false deity worship as well, one of the most fundamental elements of our Holy Torah.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

The Passover 5774 Edition of the Jewish and Israeli Blog Round-Up, AKA Haveil Havalim is Up!

כ"ג לחודש הראשון תשע"ד

Shiloh Musings is hosting this week's round-up, and is entitled Lots o' Matzah and Jewish Blog Posts aka Havel Havelim.

I will be hosting the next edition here, which is expected to be out on Sunday.

Leave your submissions below as a comment, which will not be published.

To become more involved, and even be chosen to host, join our Facebook Group!

Igniting The Temple Mount

אסרו חג הפסח תשע"ד

I posted this article from Ha'Aretz, which I prefer to call "Am Ha'Aretz" (riff-raff), in its entirety. My highlighting only points out some of this rag's slant, such as referring to Torah-observant Jews as "fanatics." Misswoth (Torah Commandments) such as qorbanoth (sacrifices) are looked down upon as archaic and barbaric, flying in the face of the "holy," Western/assimilationist, "progressive" (Read: non-Jewish) values. Acts, such as attempting to bring tefillin onto the Temple Mount, are tantamount to smuggling.

It is important to recognize the voice of those whose lives' purpose is to battle against the Torah, as well as their common strategies.

Ha'Aretz: Temple Mount, a flash point ready to ignite
More than the political stalemate between Israel and the Palestinians, it is rising tensions in the Temple Mount that could lead to an escalation.

Amos Harel and Nir Hasson, April 20, 2014

The rising tensions in Jerusalem in recent weeks escalated even further on Sunday morning with the injury of two police officers and 24 Palestinian protesters on the Temple Mount. The events on the Temple Mount, which attracts both Israeli and Palestinian fanatics, has been receiving more and more attention from the security establishment recently.

Most striking, on the Israeli side, have been the activities of various organizations which have managed to advance their interests by securing the support of right-wing Knesset members. On the Palestinian side, the Palestinian Authority has been responding to the increased presence on the Temple Mount of Hamas and similar organizations. It seems that Hamas has recognized, rightly so, the Temple Mount’s potential for reigniting an intifada in East Jerusalem and the West Bank, while it upholds the ceasefire on the Gaza-Israel border.

The Israel Police have deployed a large contingent to keep the peace on and around the Temple Mount. But, aside from their goal to keep the peace, the police are under constant criticism from the right-edge of the political spectrum, which claims that they are giving in to Palestinian demands on the Temple Mount and failing to act against Muslim stone-throwing at both Jews praying at the Western Wall and the security forces.

The tensions on the Temple Mount become even more important due to the stalemated negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. Most media attention has been directed toward the American attempt to guarantee continuation of the talks until the end of the year, at the least, by securing prisoner releases and creating other incentives. At the same time, the PA has resumed threatening to dismantle itself, which would force Israel to take responsibility for civil administration in the West Bank.

But, in actuality, it seems that the biggest threat of escalation is events on the ground – from tensions between extremist settlers like those in Yitzhar and their Palestinian neighbors to the clashes on the Temple Mount. It is also important to note that struggle for control of the Temple Mount has historically been a contributing factor to escalation between Jews and Palestinians – from the 1929 riots, to the clashes in 1990, and the outbreak of the Second Intifada in 2000. (The word "riots" is used here instead of the more precise word "massacre.")

Turning point
In retrospect, Passover 2014 might be remembered as a turning point in the escalation of violence on the Temple Mount. As with every holiday, increased tensions were certainly felt over Passover, but this time, it seems that conditions for increased violence on the Temple Mount were perfect. On the Jewish side, the various “Temple movements” (there are around 30 organizations clamoring to rebuild the Jewish temple or reinstate ritual sacrifice), have made unprecedented achievements in bringing the notion of altering the status quo on the Temple Mount into Israeli public discourse. The issue is also on the daily agenda of various Israeli MKs and ministers, including Uri Ariel, Moshe Feiglin and Miri Regev.

MK Moshe Feiglin (3rd from left) and other Jews on the Temple Mount

In recent months, not a day has gone by without some kind of incident between Jews attempting to enter the Temple Mount and police. Sometimes it’s yeshiva students caught with tefillin. Other times, important rabbis or MKs are refused entry to the mount. But despite what seems like the police being overly strict with its policies toward Jews, Temple Mount activists should be more than satisfied with their achievements over the last year.

Temple activists have managed to get questions of the mount into Israeli public discourse, and not just as a matter of Israeli sovereignty, but rather as a question of Jewish religious freedom. Roughly two months ago, the Knesset held its first discussion of the issue. The Internal affairs committee, headed by MK Miri Regev, has held numerous discussions on the subject, and has also created a subcommittee to examine religious freedom on the Temple Mount, headed by MK David Tsur. Even Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz, not considered a supporter of the Temple Mount activists, has written on his Facebook page in favor of changing Israeli policy on the mount. No less important is the fact that a decade ago only a handful of Jews would periodically visit the Temple Mount. Now, they come out in droves.

Most of the visitors wear knitted yarmulkes, although some soldiers visit as well (within the framework of historical and cultural trips,) as do students, women, secular people and even some ultra-Orthodox, even though for the ultra-Orthodox, visiting the Temple Mount used to be forbidden under any circumstances.

Jerusalem's police, which have been stretched thin with the weekend activities, the Christian Easter holiday, the Passover holiday and last night’s “Big Bong Night,” has been subject to criticism from both the public and politicians over the perception that it has given in to Palestinian violence on the Temple Mount. As such, efforts have been made over the last few days to allow Jews to visit the mount despite the violence. Only small groups have been allowed to up for short, rather unsatisfying visits, as far as they’re concerned. A senior police official admitted that the insistence on opening the mount to Jews and tourists is a matter of principle, to show Palestinians that violence does not pay off.

For Temple Mount activists, Passover is considered the peak time of year, due to the commandment of ascending to the Temple and offering sacrifice, which they see as one of the most important commandments in Judaism. “If the prime minister would allow it, Jerusalem would be bustling with thousands of young lambs and goats being brought to sacrifice by Jews fulfilling this most important of commandments from the Torah,” read a statement jointly published by the temple movements. “It is the only commandment, aside from circumcision, that is punishable by karet [a kind of spiritual punishment equivalent to cutting off the soul from God]” adds journalist Arnon Segel, one of the Temple movements’ leaders.

As with every Passover, goat sacrifice “practice runs” took place in the Kiryat Moshe neighborhood of Jerusalem, and eight activists were arrested en route to the Temple Mount carrying a goat. In contrast to years past, this time it seems that the Palestinian side is taking rhetoric about changing the status quo rather seriously. The security establishment has also indicated that there is a connection between the breakdown of negotiations and the escalation of violence in Jerusalem in general, and the Temple Mount specifically. The relative weakness of Fatah in Jerusalem has also been a contributing factor. The police are well aware of the back and forth between the Jewish Temple activists and Islamic activists, “they are very attentive to every discussion in the Knesset, every committee meeting, as well as to websites for the Jewish movements, and they respond immediately,” said one police official.

Special riot police presence on the Temple Mount

Escalation has been slow but steady. Over the last year, police forces have entered the Temple Mount on every holiday. But this Passover, police have been on the Temple Mount every day, and there has been a significant increase in violence, as well as the use of firecrackers thrown at police. Every police entry to the Temple Mount includes almost 2,000 police personnel, and ends with 15 injured Palestinians, on average.

Since 2003, when the mount was reopened to visits from non-Muslims, no police personnel have entered the mosques there. The decision for police to enter the mosques, if it comes, will be made by senior Israeli leadership. In the meantime, the Palestinians have taken advantage of the Israeli reluctance to enter the mosques. Every day during this holiday, Palestinians have prepared for a battle of attrition against the police on the mount. They arrive in the evening, barricade themselves inside the AL Aqsa Mosque, equipped with stones and firecrackers, and wait until morning. The mosque doors are the flashpoint for violence – that’s where the crossfire happens, stones and firecrackers in exchange for tear gas and stun grenades.

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
There is that term "religious freedom" being thrown around again (and again, and again). The Erev Rav State controlled media cleverly takes its losses, the advancement of Torah activists' goals and objectives, and attempts to turn them upside down.

When "religious freedom" is discussed, it ends up encompassing the "religious freedom" of everyone in Israel, including Jews who are not Torah-observant, Jews who are not Torah-observant, before who want everyone to believe that they are, and, or course, goym. But, not just Muslims, Druze, and Arab Christians, but also Hindus, Buddhists, Mormon, Bahai, and last, but certainly not least, messianic and Evangelical missionaries, bent on staking a claim on Jewish souls, as well Jewish Lands.

"Religious freedom" is used in an attempt to veer activists away from fighting for rightful, Jewish sovereignty over Har HaBayith (Temple Mount)

The bottom line?

Torah activists are making some headway, and the towers of the party line, Leftists and Mamlakhtim (diehard State loyalists) alike are running scared.

The last thing either of them wants is a truly, Jewish State, let alone a restored, Jewish Kingdom.

The Post-Passover Diet!

אסרו חג הפסח תשע"ד

Who doesn't at least consider going on a diet after a holiday?

Sure, change in habits and exercise is what we really need. Nonetheless, I hope this video helps to inspire us all to make those necessary changes!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Police Prevents Passover Pot Protest

מוצש"ק חוהמ"פ תשע"ד

YNET: Police block roads to prevent marijuana legalization event
April 19, 2014, 11:12 PM

The Jerusalem District Police on Saturday closed the roads to the Wohl Rose Park following an event called "The Big Bong Night" a protest for the legalization of marijuana. The event, that was suppose to start at midnight, called on people to arrive at the park and smoke the drug.

On Friday, the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court accepted the police's request to ban the event. The police claimed that the organizers of the event didn't request a permit to assemble and that it intend to exercise the court's warrant and prevent protestors' entrance to the park.(Noam 'Dabul' Dvir)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
Well, it is now 1:15 AM, and I have been hearing a yelling crowd for quite some time now. My guess is that it is coming from Yaffo Street, close to the Shuq. I cannot be sure due to the echoing common in this are, and I do not feel like going out to investigate.

For now, I will hazard a guess that the sounds of protest from outdoors have something to do with not being allowed to carry out their smoke-in, smoke-out, or whatever they call it, The Big Bong Night in the Rose Park, near the K'nesseth, a common venue for demonstrations.

According to Walla!, two of the organizers were arrested.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Marketing Christian Messianism

ג' חוהמ"פ תשע"ד

I cannot possibly bring myself to place the filthy, disgusting symbol of avodah zarah I saw yesterday being sold on anything from magnets and bracelets to bags.

So, I have depicted the three components of this symbol individually. It is bad enough, I put that fish symbol here.

The first two should be easily recognizable by Jews, the Menorah and the Magen David. The last one might not be.

The simplistic fish outline, sometimes seen with a dot for an eye, as I understand, is a very old symbol used by the first Christians as a secret code for identifying each other. I was taught that the symbol could be found on homes as an identifier. A friend of mine, raised as a Christian, and now a Jew by conversion, explained to be that one Christian would casually draw a curve with his foot in the dirt. If the person he was with understood the gesture, he would do the same, drawing a second curve, and completing the drawing of the secret fish symbol. Then, they would know that they were in safe company.

The fish symbol represents the Christian false deity/false messiah, yet certainly not the first religion to apply the symbol of the fish to its mythological savior figure. The Babylonians thought of the idea, long before the Christians.

In the symbol I saw yesterday being hocked to Christian tourists, gathering in Israel now for their various festivals of avodah zarah filth, eg. Easter, combine the three symbols I have depicted here separately.

On the bag I saw, and two word quote from Christian mythology, "Grafted In" was included, with the textual citation. The fish "grafted in" to the Menorah and the Magen David is representative of this grafting into Israel concept. Of course, it is much more like digging their claws in and hanging on for dear life, as we try to shake them off. Smiles and "monetary support" make it virtually impossible for many in the so-called right-wing, Zionist camps, both religious and not religious varieties, to shake them off.

They do not even see the Christian claws as a problem, but rather of great benefit to them.
... וְלֹא-תִקַּח שֹׁחַד--כִּי הַשֹּׁחַד יְעַוֵּר עֵינֵי חֲכָמִים, וִיסַלֵּף דִּבְרֵי צַדִּיקִם. (דברים טז,יט)
...nor shall you take a bribe; for a bribe blinds the eyes of the wise, and perverts the words of the righteous. (Deut. 16:19)
I have spoken to vendors have this symbol. Calling it problematic would be a gross understatement. Some claim not to have know what was exactly. After all, it cleverly disguised, as is the result of Esau's sneakiness.

Others play dumb, and still others do not see a problem with making money off of the tourists, by selling them souvenirs they desire, albeit based on lies.

Either way you slice, such filth, such messages of joining with Israel, in order to brainwash us into their cult of false deity worship, or false messiah, or whatever they are calling it these days, in order to make it more palatable for us, has no place in Eretz Yisra'el. It does nothing less than add to the pollution of avodah zarah, already present here.

The grafting is no longer about missionizing and attempts as converting Jews, and has not been for quite some time. It is about finding new and effective ways and means to sneak into Israel, stay, and eventually usurp inheritance.

Esau wants his birthright back, and throughout history, he has adapted and changed strategies according to his needs, in order to achieve his nefarious, anti-Torah goals.


For more on the "grafting" concept, and other dangers of Christian "friends" of Israel, and their money, visit Jewish Israel and Esav Exposed.

And don't forget to read all about Judeo-Christian Values.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Safed Stabbing: Exclusive Report!

ערב פסח תשע"ד

YWN: Man Stabbed to Death in a Tzfas Shul
April 13, 2014

In a tragic event, a machlokes between three people in the “Macharov” (מכארוב) Shul on Bar Yochai Street in Tzfas ended up in a fatal stabbing. When EMS personnel arrived they found a man in his 50s bleeding to death from stab wounds. The attacker is described as a homeless man in his 30s, wearing a black yarmulke.

The victim was in traumatic cardiac arrest and resuscitation began as he was prepared for transport. He was pronounced dead in Ziff Hospital.

Reports from the scene indicate the attacker stabbed the victim seven times with a knife. No one was able to stop him. A number of mispallalim reportedly tried, albeit without success. A number of mispallalim sustained light injuries, apparently in an effort to stop the attacker. At least others were treated for light injuries in Ziff Hospital.

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
According to my source from Tzfath, a friend of the stabbing victim, the hero of the day was actually a heroine.

A local rabbi's wife entered the men's section, and clobbered the attacker from behind with a chair.

As we enter this Pesah (Passover), with this horribly unfortunate tragedy, we can recall the unfortunate tragedy of those left behind in Egypt, killed during the plague of darkness. Yet, we can also remember the various heroic acts of Am Yisra'el before, during, and after our departure from Egypt, women such as Yocheved, Miriam, and Bath Paroah, as much much as the men.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Israel Cuts Off Talks with "Palestinians" OR PM Netanyahu Grows A Backbone

י"ד לחודש הראשון תשע"ד

I was not sure where to nip and tuck this report, so that you wouldn't get bored with it. The dots needing to be connected are buried too deep in the shmutz. So, maybe just skim the Esser Agaroth (2¢) red-colored highlights. Then cut to the commentary.
Bloomberg.Net: Israeli Ministers Cut Off Meetings With Palestinians
Calev Ben-David, April 9, 2014 
Prime Minister
Binyamin Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered cabinet ministers to stop meeting with their Palestinian counterparts, a government official said, hours after the U.S. blamed Israel for the breakdown of peace talks. 
Israeli government officials have been told to refrain from meeting their Palestinian counterparts because the Palestinians violated commitments made under the peace talks, the official said. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to discuss diplomacy for the record. 
U. S. Secretary of State John Kerry
Yesterday, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry charged that the announcement of 708 new Jewish homes in east Jerusalem derailed eight months of Mideast peace talks. Testifying before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, he said the sides were closer to resolving differences over a delayed Israeli release of Palestinian prisoners when “700 settlement units were announced in Jerusalem and, poof, that was sort of the moment.” 
While Kerry said both sides took “unhelpful actions,” some Israeli officials fumed at his suggestion that Israel’s April 1 announcement of settlement construction brought the talks to collapse. 
Naftali Bennett
Religious Affairs and
Commerce Minister
“Israel will never apologize for building in Jerusalem,” Economy Minister Naftali Bennett, whose Jewish Home party is the third-biggest faction in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling coalition, said in a Facebook post. “Construction in Jerusalem is no ‘poof,’ construction in Jerusalem is Zionism,” said Bennett, whose pro-settlement faction controls the Housing Ministry and opposes any peace deal that creates a Palestinian state. 
‘Crystal Clear’
Shortly after Kerry spoke to lawmakers, State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki issued a statement saying that he was “crystal clear that both sides have taken unhelpful steps and at no point has he engaged in a blame game.”

Nimer Hamad, an adviser to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, told Voice of Palestine Radio that Israeli punitive actions against the Palestinians “are intended as a message to the Americans because of John Kerry’s statements to Congress.” 
More than eight months of talks, accompanied by barrages of mutual recriminations, went off the rails last week after Israel didn’t go through with the last of four promised releases of Palestinian prisoners, then announced the settlement plans. The Palestinians, who want to establish a future capital in east Jerusalem, retaliated by resuming their statehood campaign outside negotiations, applying in the name of the state of Palestine to join 15 international accords. 
Applications Intact
“The Palestinians will not withdraw their application to join UN organizations,” Hamad said. “Israel is responsible for such moves because we had commitments and Israel didn’t honor them.” 
The breakdown came as the sides approached the April 29 expiry of the nine months of negotiations they consented to, leaving Kerry’s efforts to extend his peace mission in tatters. His original aspiration when he brought Israelis and Palestinians back to the negotiating table in July after nearly three years was to reach a final accord by the end of this month. 
Kerry is due to meet today in Washington with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, who said last week that “Israel has done all that it can to reach an agreement with the Palestinians, and the ball is now in their court.” Liberman has been in New York this week for a conference. 
Kerry’s efforts have received some support in Netanyahu’s government from parties who support talks to reach a two-state solution with the Palestinians. 
Funny,...the "Palestinians" do not seem to want a two-state solution.
‘Double Game’
Environment Minister Amir Peretz, speaking today on Army Radio, accused Bennett’s Jewish Home faction of “playing a double game” by trying to sabotage Kerry’s initiative from within the government. 
“They don’t stop trying to do everything they can to throw cold water on the process, if possible to blow it up, in order that the people of Israel completely lose all hope,” said Peretz, whose Hatenuah party is headed by Israel’s chief negotiator, Justice Minister Tzipi Livni. 
Kerry told the Senate panel that leaders on both sides said they want the negotiations to continue, and U.S. mediators are talking to them. 
“I’m not going to suggest anything is imminent, but one always has to remain hopeful in this very difficult, complicated process,” Kerry said.

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
It is actually not at all difficult, nor is it complicated. It quite simple.

The Almighty gave Am Yisra'el, Eretz Yisra'el (The Land of Israel).

Yishma'elim (Arabs) want to kill us and take it for themselves.

Esau (The West) wants it for itself. Remember The Crusades?? John Kerry is now one of their main captains. The Christians believe that they are entitled to our Land, and that they have usurped us.

Meanwhile, various faction leader within the Erev Rav continue their battles against the Torah, either forsaking the Land completely, or holding it and it current control by the State of Israel in higher regard than He Who granted it to us in the first place.

Enter Bennett who means well. He is trying to "explain" our position. Yet, when you present even only 90 percent of the truth, you are actually hiding 10 percent of the truth, and that hidden 10 percent might just be what could have saved the day.

Now, welcome Prime Minister Netanyahu into the picture. He says no to more releases of prisoners,...at
least for now he does. And, so for the moment he seems to have grown a backbone.

We seem to be the only people on this earth bending over backwards to please anyone and everyone, except for the Only One who matters, even up to the point of releasing murderers with our people's blood on their hands.

This is just insane.

Jews Back To Germany

י"ג לחודש הראשון תשע"ד

YNET: Tragic past, rebirth in Berlin's Jewish community
Upsurge in Jewish population in German capital has spurred tourism to an array of monuments, synagogues, museums related to Jewish history.

Associated Press, April 8, 2014

Rykestraße Synagogue
East Berlin, Renovated, 2007
The epicenter of the Holocaust, the city where Hitler signed the death warrants of 6 million Jews, seems an unlikely candidate for the world's fastest growing Jewish community.

But despite this stigma of Nazism, Berlin's dynamic, prosperous present and its rich, pre-World War II Jewish past initially attracted an influx of Jews from the former Soviet Union. The community has kept growing with the arrival of thousands of Israelis and smaller numbers of often young immigrants from Australia, France, the United States and elsewhere.

And this upsurge in the Jewish population - believed to be more than 40,000 - has also spurred tourism to an array of monuments, synagogues, museums and workaday places related to Jewish history and present life in Germany's capital.

Orantienburgerstraße Synagogue
Controlled by misguided "liberals"
Re-established, 1998
In fact you can literally trip over this history while walking the streets and looking down on some of the 2,800 shiny brass tiles embedded in sidewalks by artist Gunter Demnig. These palm-sized "Stolpersteine," or stumbling stones, bear the names of those murdered by the Nazis, and are placed in front of their onetime homes.

Like these stones, Berlin's most prominent Jewish sites are connected to the tragic past, but a healthy antidote and probably the best way to begin a tour is a visit to the Jewish Museum, a multi-layered panorama of 1,000 years of Jewish culture, lore and history in Germany. And it's housed in one of the city's most striking contemporary buildings, a jagged structure coated with silvery zinc plates and punctured by slanted windows slits. (cont.)

Esser Agaroth (2¢):

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Israeli PM Binyamin Netanyahu
"A picture is worth a thousand words."

Now, the above piece does not exactly suggest that we forget the Holocaust, nor Germany's part in it. However, it most certainly seems to praise the rebirth and growth of the Jewish Community in Germany.

For a Jew to go back to Germany, and re-settle it is like going back to visit Egypt during Passover, even more so for a Jew who has already been residing in his only true Homeland of Israel.

Originating from the Associated Press, and scooped up by Erev Rav controlled YNET, both parties want to see the de-Judaizing and eventual de-Jewification of Eretz Yisra'el (Land of Israel). So, this piece, and its praise, really do not surprise.

Various goyshe countries and groups desire Eretz Yisra'el for their own, while the Erev Rav continues its battle against the Torah, doing everything in its power to prevent the arrival of Ge'ulah (Redemption).

True, the Erev Rav will eventually fail. However, we simply cannot wait around for the the final results, without doing anything at all. Those of us who can learn Torah, must learn. The rest of us should learn what we can, but also take additional actions. And, of course, we should all pray.

Otherwise, the process leading up to Ge'ulah will be much more painful than it has to be.

Saturday, April 12, 2014

Naftali Bennett: Right and Wrong, but Mostly Wrong

מוצש"ק פר' אחרי מות/הגדול תשע"ד
Arutz 7: 'Get Me the Votes and I'll Annex Judea and Samaria'
Economics Minister says he needs 40 Knesset seats to annex Judea-Samaria; 'We're not going to disappear to satisfy their desires'. 
Moshe Cohen, March 31, 2014 
Speaking to students at Ono Academic College Monday, Economics Minister Naftali Bennett said that if it were up to him, he would annex Judea and Samaria and impose Israeli law there. “Give me 40 seats in the Knesset and I will take care of it,” he said in response to students' questions. 
Bennett spent most of the session answering questions, many of which were about the negotiations between Israel and the Palestinian Authority. He predicted that the talks with the PA would soon fall apart, “for a simple reason – they do not recognize Israel. We must get used to the idea that we will be able to live here despite our disagreements with the Palestinians and their supporters. But we must be unified. We are not going to disappear to satisfy their desires,” he said.
Despite the aura of crisis surrounding the talks and the perceived threat to tens of thousands of residents of Judea and Samaria who would be uprooted from their homes if Israel and the PA signed a deal, Bennett said that things were looking up in the region.

“If you go to the Barkan industrial zone near Ariel in central Samaria, you see that there are many businesses where Jews and Arabs work together. The secret to this coexistence is that when people are working and earning money, they realize how petty the political issues are.” 
Bennett added that if it were up to him, he would remove roadblocks in Judea and Samaria. “We need to enhance security with intelligence and intervention, not barriers – and we know how to do this,” he said. 
Bennett also said that he was working to ensure that the government did not release terrorists. “We are in a dangerous cycle, where we are being told we have to release terrorists in order to continue negotiations,” he said. “I have conducted many negotiations in my lifetime and I have never been told that I have to pay up front in order to talk, but this is what PA chief Mahmoud Abbas wants.” 
Regarding Abbas' threats to take his case to the UN if Israel does not consent to release more terrorists, Bennett said that “Abbas should stop threatening us, as he is alive only because we protect him. Without the IDF, he will not survive,” Bennett added.
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
I have been contemplating this report for a while now. But, it is really not as complicated as some would like to view it.

1. First of all, why are we protecting Abbas? Because we know him, and are worried about ending up with someone worse? This man wants us dead, and he wants our Land,...ALL of our Land!

2. Coexistence, with the Barkan industrial area as an example? How many of those Arab workers are spies, fishing for information about where their bosses live? How many are doing reconnaissance? How many will be "activated" during the next Intifada?

Oh, yes! We have certainly seen how well coexistence has worked for us!

Anyway, the only coexistence in the Torah, the only coexistence which should have any meaning whatsoever to the Jewish People, allows for those who follow the 7 Misswoth B'nei No'ah, and who are accepted to live here when the Misswath mid'Oraitha of Yovel is in effect.

Murder, and not bringing murders to justice violate to of these seven. Coexistence, indeed!

3. Look at this map of Bennett's "plan," is this what he means when he says "annex?"

Then what's the point? I mean, seriously?

This is the same recycled plan from the old, washed-up Techiya Party: "Keep the Land, but perish the thought of throwing out the Arabs."

Former Minister Rabbi Benny Elon later came up with a similar plan of Arab, autonomous "cantons," and land exchange.

This wishy-washy approach must stop. The only chance we have that it will, is when we finally stop worrying more about how the goyim (US, EU, UN, international community, etc.) see us, than how we view ourselves, not to mention how The Almighty, who promised ALL of this Land to us in the first place, views us.

Bennett makes one or two good points, but the way he thinks we should implement them is nothing less than silly game-playing.

This is not a game. This is not a dress rehearsal. This is real life. As Jews we are supposed to be living these lives of ours according to halakhah (Torah Law),...

...and not making it up as we go along.
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