י"ט לחודש העשירי תשע"ג
Arutz 7: IDF Gives Arabs a Nod in Land Dispute at Kfar TapuachThis seems to be the latest strategy of the Arabs over the past several years, making claims on the Land with "documentation" and "testimony."
Jews in the Samarian village of Tapuach claimed, Sunday, that the army was helping area Arabs in a land grab around the strategic junction. The claim arose after Arab and Jewish farmers clashed at the site on Friday, and the army allowed the Arabs to work the land on Sunday.
The District Coordinating Office (DCO) for joint efforts by Israeli and Palestinian Authority security forces told Arutz Sheva that the Arab family had proven ownership. Yekutiel Ben-Ya'akov was emphatic that the land belonged to a Jew named Sa'adia who lives in Yehud, near Tel Aviv. Ben-Ya'akov said that the information provided by the DCO was false and that the case was under advisement by a court, but 45 days into the 60 the court gave before issuing its ruling, it appeared that the Arabs had some help from the army in effecting a land grab.
It has happened with Havath Gil'ad, Migron, and lately with one or more of the hilltop communities next to Shiloh.
OK. So, it's not exactly a "new" strategy, as the Arabs have already been employing the strategy of lying for quite sometime now.
Unfortunately, the collaboration of the Israeli Defense Forces [IDF] is a trend on the rise as well.
As a former resident of K'far Tapu'ah, I also wonder if this would have happened if certain, mamlakhti (undying state loyalist) families had been involved, or other families which may have made deals with the government.
But, this is all irrelevant.
The bottom line is something we will never hear the Israeli government state:
ALL of the Land of Israel belongs to the People of Israel.
It is high time to stop being wishy-washy about this, to stop worrying about what the "International Community" will think, and to stop acting cowardly.
We have a misswah (commandment) to conquer the Land, and kick out ALL non-Jews unwilling to follow the rules involved with being a non-Jew in the Land.
What's the problem?