Sunday, September 30, 2007

Civil War Update: State arrests Jews under suspician of moving to Judea

The civil war between the State of Israel and the Jews continued to escalate today when several Jewish nationals were rounded up by State police under suspicion of planning to move to Judea, land the State has declared must be Judenrein as a good will gesture to the followers of Mohammed.

Since the State decreed all Jews were to be banned from living in most of Judea and Samaria by the corrupt, treasonous PM Ariel Sharon, and continued by his rodef successor Ehud Olmert, there have been countless raids, arrests, deportations, and beatings of civilians found guilty of being Jewish. In addition, the towns and cities they had settled have been routinely flattened by State bulldozers to insure that resident moslems don't have any Jews dwelling in their midst.

( Plans are well underway to build five new outpost communities in Judea and Samaria - though police have arrested three of the alleged planners.

Over two dozen special-unit and regular policemen burst into the homes of three Land of Israel activists this morning (Wednesday) in Hashmonaim, near Kiryat Sefer and Modiin. The three Jews - two 40-year-olds and one 20-year-old - were arrested on suspicion of planning the construction of a new settlement in Judea and Samaria (Yesha).

The police also confiscated items such as orange hats (orange being the color of the Land of Israel movement), bumper stickers and T-shirts promoting settlement in Yesha. The most common slogan: "Eretz Yisrael (Land of Israel) - We Continue With Our Heads Held High."

Datia Yitzchaki, formerly of Gush Katif and now of Gush Etzion, denounced the arrests as "the worst form of silencing dissent," and called on Public Security Minister Avi Dichter and Justice Minister Daniel Friedmann to investigate the incident. She said the arrests would "only encourage the activities of everyone who cares about the future of the country."

While historically Jewish civilians have not fought back when they are persecuted by barbaric States that hate them, this could change if the Jewish nationals are somehow able to mobilize some kind of military response to a future pogrom.

We can only hope.



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