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YNET: Settlers Clash with Police in Beit El
Itay Blumenthal, 28.07.15
...The renewed violence on Tuesday came just after Education Minister Naftali Bennett spoke to the crowd, decrying the government's use of the military in the settlement overnight.
"In the early morning hours I spoke to the prime minister. I demanded that during the day, the government of Israel issues an official message to the High Court that it opposes the destruction of homes, and we're following up on that now," Bennett said.
Angry settlers in the crowd called on Bennett to quit the government, a move that would need to either a new coalition or new elections.
Video: Naftali Bennett telling the crowd in Beth-El about his talk with Prime Minister Netanyahu, then proclaiming that, "If disengagement occurs here, it will happen another time."
Seconds after Bennett finished speaking, the violent clashes with police resumed when settlers tried to break into the Draynoff buildings. The settlers were shouting at police, "You've destroyed a home in Israel" and "A Jew doesn't evict a Jew" (cont.)
Esser Agaroth (2¢):
No. Not really, especially when their children are handing out drinks to the same security forces, there to expel their neighbors from their homes.
What were they thinking?!
Speaking of "education," as far as Minister of Education Naftali Bennett goes, he sure made a few, good comments. They must have been, if "seconds after Bennett finished speaking, the violent clashes with police resumed when settlers tried to break into the Draynoff buildings."
(Without the help of the drink servers, of course!)
|Arutz 7 TV|
The apparent political battle between Prime Minister Netanyahu and the Israeli Supreme Court is just an illusion, a good example of "good cop-bad cop," being played by the government to its advantage.
Plus, until Bennett recants his infamous "plan," which includes granting autonomy to some Arabs, under an Israeli annexation of Yehudah and Shomron (Judea and Samaria), and granting Israeli citizenship to others, I'm counting him out as a serious contributor of benefit for the Jewish People.
|Bennett's Plan vs. Arafat's Plan|
Can you tell the difference? Neither can I.