21 August 2012

The Erev Rav are at it again

3 Elul 5772

They love our enemies more than our own people and they try to force us to live by foreign, gentile standards as opposed to Jewish Torah ones.

Peres tells Arab town he is ashamed of Jerusalem 'lynch'

President visits Majd ek Karum in Galilee, tells residents perpetrators of brutal J'lem attack must be brought to justice; Education Minister Sa'ar says issues of violence, racism must be addressed in school system.

Commentary: Mr. Peres, I am ashamed that you are the President of my country. It's shameful the way you scrape and bow to the gentiles who are our sworn enemies. I'm proud that the up and coming generation is clearer on these issues than yours. There really is hope for our future, in spite of you.

Netanyahu condemns Jerusalem lynch

Five days after brutal assault of Arab youth by Jewish teens, PM vows to reject all manifestations of racism and violence. 'As Jews and Israelis we cannot accept this,' he says

..."This is not our way, it goes against our values and we strongly condemn it," he said.

..."This must be clear: the State of Israel is democratic and enlightened; a country where all leaders stand against such phenomenon.

"This is what sets us apart from our surroundings and will continue to set us apart...."

Commentary: And with this double-standard, all of the atrocities carried out daily against Jews is excused. Maybe you haven't noticed, Mr. Prime Minister, but we are at war and if you continue to fight this war like there really isn't one, we are going to lose. You're saying, as Israelis, we should turn the other cheek. That's not only the wrong religion, it's suicidal!

Barak continues Id al-Fitr phone diplomacy

After calls by Netanyahu and Mofaz, Defense Minister Barak phones PA President Abbas, wishes him well on end of Ramadan.

...Opposition leader Shaul Mofaz, meanwhile, called Abbas on Sunday with his own holiday greeting.

Leftist Orgs Take Taglit Youths on Pro-Arab Tours

Makor Rishon: NGOs take Taglit youths to Palestinian Authority villages, provide anti-"occupation" narrative.