Ben-Ari vs. Beinisch Over Religious Supreme Court Nominee Maayana Miskin, 4 Tammuz/June 26 (IsraelNN.com) “Justice Beinisch, like her fellow 'enlightened, liberal' judges, wants the Supreme Court to have a single opinion. They do not want religious judges, judges who may have voted for a party slightly to the right of Meretz, they do not want independent judges, only those who will conform to the system.”He hammered the nail on the head, and I hope he keeps hammering. Dorit Beinisch is nothing more than retired Chief Justice Aharon Baraq's puppet. It took three attempts for Baraq to get his protegee onto Israel's highest court, as she was rejected after each of her first two nominations. And, here's what Beinisch's mentor had to say recently:
(YNETnews.com) "When one thinks about human rights in Israel, one must also think about human rights in the occupied territories. Everyone knows about the situation there, and I hope the solution doesn't come from the Supreme Court," he said.Translation: Human rights Arab rights. Those trouble-making settlers, especially the religious fanatic minority, loyal to God and Torah over the State must be dealt with. They must be made an example of. They cannot be allowed to interfere with the State's mission to destroy the Torah and [real] Jewish identity.
Barak, who said he is a "big believer in a state of all its citizens", while maintaining its Jewish character, criticized the general Jewish public.Translation: The Torah is too powerful for us to destroy it all at once. We must take a lesson from the Tzadoqim (Sadducees) and the early "Reform" Movement, among others, by continuing their work of chipping away at the Torah a little at a time.
"If you ask a Jew whether he supports equality with the Arabs, he will say: 'Certainly', and if you ask if he supports kicking all the Arabs out of here, he will say: 'Certainly'. He sees no contradiction between the two," Barak said.Gee. Do you think maybe because Jews actually want real peace, and have realized over the past how many years, that the Arabs (Yishma'elim) are the same rapists, thieves, and marauders, as they are described in Tana"kh (Bible), and that it is time to stop repeating the same mistakes over again (talking with them and making concession after concession), expecting different results (Albert Eistein's definition of insanity). So, what's the only solution regarding the hostile Arabs? What have we learned is the only thing they understand? Strength.
"We still have not worked this issue out and I don't think there is such a conflict between the two approaches. I don't think it's either/or, we can have them both simultaneously. If we don't find a way to live in peace with the Arab minority in the country, we will not find a way to live in peace with ourselves," he warned.Translation: You must follow Western sensibilities, we 'enlightened' and 'progressive' intellectuals follow. They are superior to your primitive and superstitious ideas of Torah and the deity you believe gave it you. The only way to live in peace is to eliminate all differences between Jews (Yisra'el), Arabs (Yishma'el), and the West (Esau). This is the roll of the Erev Rav.*
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*Erev Rav - "mixed multitude," false convert trouble-makers (Exodus 12:38) From Kol HaTor, Chap. 2:
Armilus, the angel of the mixed multitude, is the one who attempts to couple Esau and Ismael, and this could destroy Israel and the entire world, Heaven forbid. The main desire of the mixed multitude is to couple Esau and Ismael and to separate the two meshichim. (Read more...)