Erev Shabbath Qodesh Parashath Huqath 5772
Did anyone notice how quickly after the Holy Israeli Supreme Court, eviction notices were issued to the residents of the so-called "Ulpana" neighborhood? "Ulpana" by the way, is simply a system of Religious Zionist, girls' high schools.
Next time, and there WILL BE a next time, the notices will be issued even more quickly.
The time after that?
I guarantee you that there WILL come a time when there WILL NOT be any eviction notices. They'll just come.
Whether it be the IDF, the hand picked non-Jews, and self-hating Jews of the IDF, the Israeli Police Force, which includes plenty of Arabs, or foreign military forces, "they" will come.
They will come in the night. Families will lose all of their possessions, and they will be compensated for their pain and suffering with more pain and suffering.
Prime Minister Netanyahu has done it before, and he'll do it again. Fifteen years ago, he turned Hevron over to the Arabs. Now he is making concessions to the goyim, left and right.
Those who forsake the Land, like Shimon Peres, Yossi Beilin, and even "right-wing" Netanyahu, are like the Erev Rav who cried, when informed that they were coming to Israel. Their connection to the Land is weak, if they have any at all. They have no clue that it is not theirs to sell, bargain, or give away.
It is their pride which tells them otherwise. It is their pride which will eventually bring them down (Em HaBanim Smeicha).
And what of those who bow down to a regime which spits on the Torah? Granted, the Israeli educational system is nothing more than a system of indoctrination into State loyalty. Do they have any change of breaking free?
There are also men, who call themselves "rabbis," who claim that we must be patient, that we must follow the State, no matter what, that if we believe that there is a conflict between the Torah and Israeli Law, then we obviously do not understand.
And the fact that many of these "rabbis" receive their salaries from the
ir Almighty State is irrelevant?
They told us not lift up a hand to an IDF soldier. They told us to hug the soldiers and to cry with them, and then leave quietly. They told the soldiers to follow their orders to throw Jews out of their homes, and to allow the regime to hand over land to the Arab enemy (ie. mesirah). Our own YeSh"A Coucil was also complicit in the expulsion of Jews from Azza.
And what did we receive in return?
Many of the former residents of Azza still do not have permanent housing. But, the truth is that most of those residents were unwilling to fight for their homes. Most of those residents never believed that their Almighty State would actually go through with throwing them out of them homes onto the street. Actually, those who actually made it to the streets of "Limosine Liberal," North Tel-Aviv were throw out of there, too.תלמוד בבלי, מסכת סנהדרין צז,א
תניא ר' יהודה אומר דור שבן דוד בא בו בית הוועד יהיה לזנות והגליל יחרב והגבלן יאשם ואנשי גבול יסובבו מעיר לעיר ולא יחוננו וחכמת הסופרים תסרח ויראי חטא ימאסו ופני הדור כפני כלב והאמת נעדרת שנאמר (ישעיהו נט,טו) ותהי האמת נעדרת וסר מרע משתולל
Babylonian Talmud, Sanhedrin 97a
It was taught, Rabbi Yehudah said: In the generation when the son of David comes, the house of assembly will be for harlots, the Galilee will be in ruins, Gablan will lie desolate, the residents from the border towns will wander about from city to city, receiving no comfort (hospitality), the wisdom of scribes will be in disfavor, God-fearing men will be despised, people will be dog-faced, and the truth will be absent, as it is said, "And the truth is absent, and he who withdraws from evil makes himself prey." (Isaiah 59:15)
Rabbis, like Rabbi Avraham Shapira ztz"l, the late Rosh Yeshivah of the Merkaz HaRav Kook Yeshivah, who told soldiers to refuse orders, and to be proud to sit in jail for doing so, had their words suppressed. Many of the mamlakhtim (undying State-loyalists) even claimed that Actually, the only "crime" of these rabbis was not having the right PR, and the money to pay for it.
Faith in the Almighty, faith that one is doing the right thing is not so easy, I admit. But, fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.
Are you going to be fooled by them again? The Erev Rav controlled, Israeli government? Their court rabbis? The YeSh"A Council?
Or are you going to follow halakhah?