כ"ה לחודש השנים עשר תשע"ד
Previously, I reported at least once occurance of Meretz Party Leader Zahava Gal-On being right. Well, it appears that she is right again. But, will she simply be brushed off by the RWINO's [Right-wingers In Name Only]?
I hope that they do not.
This is a perfect example the truth being propagated through un-Jews used as vessels.
Yeshiva World News [YWN]: Voluntary Expulsion from Yehuda and Shomron in Exchange for Another Home
(Monday, February 24th, 2014)
The Knesset Law Committee on Sunday 23 Adar I discussed a bill that seeks to provide another home for residents of Yehuda and Shomron who agree to voluntarily leave their home and community. The bill authored by Meretz leader MK Zahava Gal-On would give a resident agreeing to the terms another home inside Green Line Israel and in turn, the state would have total authority over the home that is evacuated.
Gal-On feels voluntary expulsion will save the nation billions of shekels. Many state that if the terms are fair, about half of the residents of yishuvim would agree to leave for a home inside Green Line Israel under a voluntary expulsion plan.
Based on the makeup of the current coalition, it is most unlikely for the bill to pass.
(Tip: Sun Lion)
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
She is right about her voluntary expulsion plan having the potential to save the State of Israel billions of sheqqels.
And, unfortunately, she is right about those supposedly ideologically minded Israeli "settlers," more prepared to leave Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria) than you, the rest of Israel, and the rest of the world really, might have thought.
|Sheep + People = "Sheeple"|
Only a handful fought; only a handful were spiritually awake enough to fight, seeing the gross conflicts between halakhah (Torah Law) and Israeli Law, and knowing which takes precedence over the other.
Only a handful of rabbis, such as Rabbi Avraham Shapira ztz"l, Rabbi Ya'aqov Yosef ztz"l, Rabbi Shmu'el Eliyahu, and Rabbi David Druckman spoke out about these conflicts, and taught that following the Torah over Israeli Law was a no-brainer. Rabbi Dov Lior and Rabbi Zalman Melamed were two of the last to be expelled, having led the last stand atop the K'far Darom Synagogue
There were other acts of heroism and Qedushoth HaShem (Sanctifications of His Name), often coming from outside of Azza, and often unwelcome by the not so permanent residents.
Likewise, I believe that if we get this far, resident of Yehudah and Shomron, will look back on those stories and images from the expulsion from Azza, make excuses, such as "it's going to happen anyway," and "let's save the IDF the trauma," and get up, leave, and gladly accept their compensation package, assuming the Israeli Government actually comes through with one.
For good measure, I still believe that the government will try to take down an ideologically-based town, like Yitzhar, for example, in order to strengthen their influence over the rest of the residents.
Then, of course, there is double-standards element, as Sun Lion adds:
I think this is an excellent idea. I would only like to add one small addition. So as not be seen as a racist, apartheid law, the same offer should be made to the Arabs. Any Arab willing to sell his home to the GOI [Government Of Israel] should be fairly compensated with a home in an Arab friendly country.He makes a good point about being fair, but I have no doubt that this kind of fairness will not happen any time soon.
Last but not least, as a side note, kudos to YWN for using the word "expulsion," as opposed to words like "disengagement." At least one member of the Jewish journalistic community strives for accuracy in reporting.
Sheretz* - a more accurate name for the Meretz Party...
כֹּל שֶׁרֶץ הָעוֹף, הַהֹלֵךְ עַל-אַרְבַּע--שֶׁקֶץ הוּא, לָכֶם. (ויקרא יא,כ)All winged swarming things that go upon all fours are a detestable thing unto you. (Leviticus 11:20)