ערב שבת קודש פר' שלח תשע"ג
ח"כ איילת שקד (הבית היהודי):
MK Ayelet Shaked (Jewish Home Party):״אנחנו בקשר טוב עם חברי הכנסת הערביים, חלקם חברי כנסת מצוינים, צריך להשקיע בתשתיות שלהם!״(מתוך ראיון בערוץ 99, ערוץ הכנסת)
"We are in good touch with Arab Members of K'nesseth, some of whom are excellent Members of K'nesseth, we need to invest in their infrastructure!"
(from an interview on Channel 99 - the K'nesseth Channel)Esser Agaroth (2¢):
"In good touch?" ...with the Yishma'elites (Arabs), who want our Land, our birthright, and our blood??
Well, at least no one can accuse the Jewish Home Party, formerly known as the National Religious Party (What a joke!), of being right-wing extremists nor religious fanatics.
Seriously, though, more and more I feel that I should change the name of this site from Esser Agaroth (2¢) to Taqlit Shavur (Broken Record).]
Jewish Home Party Head Naftali Bennett wants to give Israeli citizenship to 1,000 Arabs living in those minimal parts of Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria), which he wants to annex.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Netanyahu implements a building freeze in Yehudah and Samaria, and what does Bennett do? He just sits there.
Naftali Bennett either does not understand that Eretz Yisra'el (the Land of Israel) is neither hi, nor Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's, nor Shimon Peres's to carve up and throw to hostile Jew-haters OR to anyone else for that matter.
Yet, the parts of Yehudah and Shomron he does not intend that we should annex, he recommends granting autonomy to those Arabs currently residing there.
In other words, Bennett is sneakily giving away parts of our "Home," our only true "Jewish Home," to those who would wipe us out in a heartbeat.
Perhaps the National Religious Party thought that it could change its name, in order to cover its blatant lack of connection to Torah. Anyone calling himself or itself "religious" must have a connection to Torah, no?
One would think.
Changing the party's name to "Jewish Home Party" may reflect the reality that many people considering themselves as living in Jewish homes, are not so Torah observant as they would like to be. Perhaps, the party heads at the time thought that no one would notice.
Well, some of us did,...a long time ago.
|Minister of Religious Affairs apparently losing his religion.|
Save what? The Torah? Or democracy?
Sorry, Minister Bennett, but should know that you cannot have both, "should" being the operative word in this sentence.
And so, in conclusion, I state for the umteenth time, but probably not the last...
The Jewish Home Party is neither Jewish nor a Home.
Discuss among yourselves.