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Ma'ariv via JPost.com: Ex-Deputy Chief of Staff Yair Naveh to be considered for police commissioner position
Following the revocation of the candidacy of Gal hirsch, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan looks to other potential candidates to fill the position of police commissioner.
After the candidacy of Gal Hirsch for police commissioner was revoked on Wednesday, Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan continued to work to find a suitable candidate for the job who can be the driving force behind the reforms needed in the police forces.
According to sources, the name currently buzzing in the offices of the Ministry of Public Security is Major General Yair Naveh, age 58, former Deputy Chief of Staff, who reached the final rounds in the race to become chief of staff which he lost to now retired General Benny Gantz.
Naveh's candidacy was put forward by Education Minister Naftali Bennet during the stages when the role was intended to be filled by his party, but when the time came to make a decision regarding the position of police commissioner, Erdan overlooked Naveh and instead tapped Hirsch. According to inside sources, Erdan is now backing Naveh's candidacy. (cont.)
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
|Gen. Yair Naveh|
(Wikipedia) Naveh was previously the head of Israeli Home Front Command until nominated by former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to his post as Central Command chief. It is believed by some Israelis that Sharon nominated Naveh because he is the highest ranked religious officer and that as head of Central Command, he would be forced to carry out the evacuation of West Bank settlements in 2005.Yair Naveh is the general who was appointed to protect Jews in the Shomron (Samaria), yet it seems that he mostly did the opposite. The following is a translation of a poster put out by the Lev Yehudi (Jewish Heart) organization in 2007, to provide you with some examples of what I am talking about:
1. ExpulsionReligious, huh?
Yair Naveh, as general of the central command, was the commander over the expulsion of Jews and the destruction of Jewish towns in the Northern Shomron, a year and a half ago.
Exactly one year ago, Yair Naveh was the commander over all of the Yasam (riot police) and regular police forces which implemented the intentional pogrom in Amona.
Yair Naveh incites additional expulsion and uprooting
the uprooting of hilltop [communities] in Judea and Samaria, in his own words, calling them "rebellious strongholds."
4. Silent Expulsion
Yair Naveh has signed over 20 restraining and keep-away orders against town and hilltop residents, expelling them from their homes and families, for many months, without any due process, nor any compensation.
Are the kippah on Naveh's head or his positive, past acts able to cover up his crimes?(cont.)
He completed ignored the request to appear before Rabbi Yisra'el Ariel's Beth Din to answer for his traitorous acts (Beth Din's words, not mine). Then when the Beth Din held theoretical discussions about the possible din (status) of Yair Naveh, and which punishments the Torah would dictate, Rabbi Yisr'ael Ariel was arrested and interrogated.
Arrested and interrogated for Torah discussions! But, the two could not possibly be connected to each other, right?
Anyone who thinks that rabbis are running this State, and not the Israeli [in-] Justice System is just wrong.
Incidentally, another strike against Naveh is that he briefly the CEO of the super disastrous CityPass company which built, and now operates the Jerusalem Light Rail.
But, however angry I was to learn of Naveh's name being suggested for the position of IDF Chief of Staff, and then for Police Commissioner, I was even more angered that his name was put forth by none other than Jewish Home Party Head Naftali Bennett.
Loosing his kippah/working his magic!
Of course, Naftali Bennett is even worse (in my opinion). Not only does appear to be completely confused as to what Torah is and what Israeli law is, and that there is even a difference, but he is "loved" by the numbed out Jews of this country, and very much in a power to push his agenda.