Sunday, October 11, 2015

Judea and Samaria Council Members: Talking Nonsense Again!

כ״ט לחודש השביעי תשע״ו

Judea-Samaria Council Heads: Take Down Protest Tent 
Heads of local councils in Judea and Samaria call to end protest against Prime Minister on Tuesday. 

Uzi Baruch, 10/10/2015

The heads of the Judea and Samaria local councils have called for taking down the protest tent in front of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's house, and instead to show support for the government's actions against terror.

The supporter for the move include Beit Aryeh Council Head Avi Naim, Jordan Valley Council Head David Elhiani, Ariel Mayor Eli Shviro, and Efrat Council Head Oded Raviv. They insist that the tent be removed by Tuesday.

"We must not incite the debate and allow political parties on both the right and the left to take advantage of the terror wave that has resulted from reckless Palestinian incitement," said Naim.

He added that "the task of the moment is to calm the situation and our job is to support the Prime Minister and his struggle against terror. I am calling for public and widespread expressions of support for the Prime Minister, including from those who set up the tent."

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
These are by far the most ridiculous statements to come out of the mouths of Yesha Council representatives and associates, since the lies and collaboration with the Sharon government in expelling Jews from their homes in Azza (Gaza), 10 years ago.

Of course, protests, especially any protests marginally related to the support of Torah observance, do not accomplish anything in Israel, except for perhaps giving the Israeli secret police an opportunity for surveillance.

It is important to note that these council heads all from towns within the so-called "security fence," and believe that they are safe from expulsion. The Jordan Valley is actually not within the fence, yet the government claims that it will never give up control over the border with [the made-up country of] Jordan.

Heads of the Binyamin Council, Shomron Council, Hevron Hills Council, those with the most lose I do not trust them anymore than those opposing the protest tent. They simply appear to be slightly more rational than their oppositional counterparts,...this time.

I guess all the other towns in Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria) can go to hell, for all they care.

The most important element of the report is the call to "show support for the government's actions against terror."

What actions against terror?

I guess the "Jewish Leaders" actually think that we are than blind and stupid. Unfortunately, I believe that many of us are.

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