Friday, April 03, 2009

Fear Of Jewish Revenge Attack?

Erev Shabbath Partshath Tzav/HaGadol 5769

חשש פיגוע נקמה יהודי

Fear Of Jewish Revenge Attack

That was the headline of the Hebrew newspaper Ma'ariv's weekend edition.

That's what the lives of "settler" children are worth to the un-Jew-controlled, Israeli press.

That's what the life of 13-year-old Shlomo Nativ HY"D is worth to the Eruv Rav government.

...and, 7-year-old Ya'ir Gamliel is [the words of the un-Jewish press], after all, "just the son of a 'terrorist.'"

Ya'ir's father Ofir Gamliel is serving a 15-year sentence, after having been convicted of participating in a failed attempt to bomb of an Arab girls' school.

The same un-Jews who are quick to cry that "not all Arabs support acts of terrorism," are just as quick to throw a 7-year-old "settler" to the dogs.

The typical double standards of the un-Jewish media are certainly no surprise.

As I have mentioned before, I believe the government has been trying out various ways to scare, intimidate, and expel settlers in Yehudah & Shomron (Judea & Samaria) from their homes.

After all, it will be much cheaper for us to get up and leave on our own, than for the millions, if not billions, the government will need in order to expel 100,000 Jews from our homes in heart of our People's homeland.

We know that the police has been involved in questionable activities, such as in Ma'oz Esther last summer, when they popped out from behind bushes to arrest Jews defending themselves against the threat of an Arab attack.

Arabs are sought out and encouraged by officials to file claims against Jewish building on alleged Arabs lands, when such Arabs might not have even known of the plots in question, such as near Adei Ad, again last summer.

"Stay away" orders, often issued under the pretense of "protecting" Arabs during the fall olive harvest, are also quite common, orders causing tremendous stress and economic strain on families, young and old. Fathers are simply plucked out of the fields and told to find another place to live. If they want their families with them and their businesses to survive, then that's just too bad.

And, of course, un-Jewish activists are given free reign to destroy those very Jewish fields and vineyards, hardly an environmentally-correct thing to do, but the political-correctness of the battle against the "settlers" seems to outweigh that.

My question is this: Is this what's next on the government's list of expulsion experiments, allowing, if not encouraging Arabs to attack key Jewish towns with a number of residents whose loyalty is to The Holy One, Blessed Be He, over the "almighty" state?

Stay tuned....


May the Almighty comfort the Nativ Family and Beth Bath Ayin with all the mourners of Tzion and Jerusalem.

May He grant Ya'ir ben Michal as complete and speedy recovery.

Thanks to Batya at Shilo Musings for help with this post.

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