02 August 2015

The Bolsheviks in Israel

17 Menachem Av 5775

Oh, they wave the flag of democracy and they pay lip service to it as it suits them, but they are far from any real dedication to its principles.

JPost: Defense Minister Ya'alon: Administrative detention for Duma arsonists

On Sunday morning Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon instructed security forces to use administrative detention (arrest without trial) to hold the suspected arsonists who set fire to a house in Duma last week resulting in the death of a Palestinian toddler and the severe injury of 3 other members of the family according to Israel Radio.

As far as I can tell they have yet to arrest anyone. So, this must be code to the troops out there beating the bushes to bring in just any Jews so the 'security' apparatus can look like they've actually accomplished something. The announcement of an arrest - any arrest - will quiet the streets and calm Ban Ki Moon.

26 comments:

  1. I don't remember one word of outrage when Ayala Shapira, eleven years old was firebombed along with her father while they were driving in Israel last winter! Nothing from the UN or US State Department or any of the other Jew haters who can't wait to point an accusing finger at the Jews. Besides, what Jew is going to write Long live the Messiah? This sounds like something a goy would write.

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/pre-teen-seriously-hurt-in-west-bank-firebombing/

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    1. Ive heard chabadniks say this, because they believe the Rebbe is the Messiah. But I'm not accusing them. To me, it doesn't sound like a non-Jewish expression.

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    2. BTW, there way of saying it is Moshiach, and not Messiah.

      Sarah G K

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    3. Sarah, that depends on whether one is translating or transliterating.

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  2. What's the point in worrying every minute what the world thinks of us. They'll condemn us not matter what. Nobody goes out of their way to protect life as much as Israel - at the cost of IDF lives - and they still compare us to Nazis.

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  3. Maybe you can translate this
    http://www.mako.co.il/news-channel2/Weekend-Newscast-q3_2015/Article-6efa54aebeaee41004.htm

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    1. Sorry. It's just that my skills do not extend to transcribing audio and then translating it. But, thanks for the vote of confidence. I'm working on a new FC message and hope to have it finished soon - later today. Maybe.

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    2. It wasn't even audio - or video that was the ikar. I don't know if you read it for your own personal information - but this was intended as a head's up for you and yours and anyone else in the area.

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    3. I'm no good with comments either. Ask anyone.

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  4. The world's reaction to any 'jewish violence' is always so out of hand, that it behooves us to see the simple reality. Hashem is pushing 'His agenda'.

    Therefore, I feel that getting mad when these things happen, and yelling that we 'have' to do something about this, is out of place. Aside for strengthening our emunahy, we can't really do much about anything going on.

    Hashem is unfolding His plans.

    Sarah G K

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  5. Of course. It's "hate" speech. The next step is to define "hate" speech as an act of terror. Watch and see.

    I was disappointed that the YWN article made no mention of remarks by the police as reported elsewhere - things like "we have to burn all the chareidim" and "you can walk out or go in an ambulance".

    There are many Arab police and even ex-KGB (goy) police, who use their position to act out their inate Jew-hatred. And then there are the self-hating Jews and the Erev Rav - enemies everywhere we look. The lamb surrounded by ravenous wolves even inside our homes in EY. But Mashiach is in the wings and waiting for his cue to enter stage right!

    I'd still rather be here than anywhere else. Here is our country. We are the rightful masters of it. Despite our small numbers, it give us the moral high ground. Here we have the right to make it according to the Torah. Anywhere else and it would be a chutspah since we don't belong in those places.

    The whole world needs to see how a normal nation abiding by the Torah looks so they have an example to follow. It's obvious from the world situation that our influence as a nation in its own land is needed much more in this period of time than whatever we can do as individual communities scattered across the world.

    We desperately need the 2 million frum Jews of the West to increase our numbers in Eretz Yisrael. There is strength in numbers and strength in the rights of ownership.

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  6. Why spray grafiti? Jews will be suspected anyway, and it takes time. First spray, then burn? Eyewitnesses didn't stop them? But it was dark, right? Were they wearing J markings, or what? Jews do not spray stars of David, i don't think. This is an antisemetic spraying i associate it as such, often the star is ussed as such i mean. No one was arrested? Only ISIS kills Arabs like that. False flag by ISIS? Edomite elite behind this forcing erev rav government to play along (?)

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  7. "The whole world needs to see how a normal nation abiding by the Torah looks so they have an example to follow."

    The above is the truth, no doubt. But, as expected (or even more so), all of the American secular papers (especially The glorious Post) are making heyday with the stabbing story. The headlines are all over the place! Well, as a guy said to my husband, "When a dog bites man it is no chiddush, but when man bites a dog it makes headlines!!"

    Hence the uproar.

    Devash, our strength will come from Torah, Emunah, and Mitzvos, as you constantly write. And, I have a feeling that Hashem will drive us out of here in mass numbers....or on eagles.... in due time.

    Sarah G K

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    1. I have a feeling those eagles will arrive the same day the xians get raptured.

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  8. I'm going to second Vincent's comment.
    There was the burning of the church with no injuries and a passuk left there from Aleinu that only Jews would really know. Which could have been a false flag event or could have been actual frum Jews. But regardless, it didn't really get anyone super worked-up for various reasons.
    So now we have this disturbing event in which there are serious injuries AND even the death of an innocent and very young child. Now that is bound to get people worked up. Even your most extreme right-wingers are going to feel their skin crawl and the thought of a toddler being burned to death. Sort of like when "they" set up kippah-wearing Yigal Amir as the Rabin assassin.
    Or even earlier in modern Israeli history, the whole Yossele "kidnapping" case which had the country up in arms against the chareidi community, with nary a word about the incredible irresponsibility and instability of Yossele's Communist parents (they kept splitting up and his mother kept dumping poor Yossele on her parents in Meah Shearim whenever the whole mothering thing got to be too much) and his parents' plan to take him to live in Russia when it was still behind the Iron Curtain, oppressing Jews, KGB-infested, etc., and that Yossele's grandparents were actually acting in his best interests by "kidnapping" him. In addition to living in Communist Russia, they were rightly concerned about who would take care of him whenever his parents would inevitably feel the urge to temporarily dump him yet again.
    There is too much of a history of false flag events or set-ups for me to believe anything the government or police says without doing my own research.

    And I'm also going to second Sarah GK's comments, especially her second comment about emuna.
    And Moriah's comment. And Yisrael K's. Sorry if I missed anyone.
    Thanks, Devash.

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    1. Dassie, are you second guessing the power of Emunah, Torah, Mitzvos????? Am I following? Or are we not understanding each other?

      You may definitely do your own research, but ultimately it won't get you anywhere. Not in this world, and not in the world to come. While if you stand strong as a Torah Jew, you'll get it all!

      Sarah G K

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    2. Sarah G K,
      You said: "Therefore, I feel that getting mad when these things happen, and yelling that we 'have' to do something about this, is out of place. Aside for strengthening our emunah, we can't really do much about anything going on."
      And I was merely completely agreeing with your statement.
      And Yisrael K's. And Moriah's. And Vincent's.

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    3. That's funny Dassie. I just went back to your comment and it seems like my eyes were playing tricks on me.... thought I saw 'second guessing'.

      Sarah G K

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    4. No worries, Sarah G K. Eyes playing tricks while we're staring at a computer screen definitely happens to all of us sometimes. :)

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  9. ( assuming the above statement is a statement of triumph)

    Ahhhh. When I think about it; the feeling is too big!

    Sarah G K

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  10. What do i know, it is possible some fanatics did this. But stil, they did not plan to burn a child, did they? I think not. In Syria tens of thousand of people die every month. Ya, by ISIS !
    Every time there is a gay parade there is an incident like this. Government shouldn't blame all the settlers regardless. Security services should be smarter. Goverment should be smarter, parade people and peacenownicks at CNN should be smarter. Next thing you know they are coming after you in TA, cause they do not like either Jews or gays.

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  11. Israel never was a democracy. And it's certanily not now.

    Administrative Orders Issued Against Church Torching Suspects

    Police on Sunday issued administrative orders to two Jewish youths suspected of torching the Church of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fish near the Sea of Galilee.

    Under the orders, the suspects were removed from Judea, Samaria, Jerusalem and Tzfat (Safed) for six months. No indictment was filed because there was not enough evidence against them.

    - a voice in the wilderness

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