Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Rav Kahane on Annapolis

A few words from the great Rabbi Meir Kahane that perfectly relate to the Annapolis abomination that begins on Tuesday.

Peace? There is, to be sure, one peace plan that would be acceptable to the Arabs and if the Jews would agree to it, there is GUARANTEED to be peace between them and the "Palestinians." That plan is to give up the State of Israel, the Jewish State. Do we hear protests, even from the lamentable liberals? We should hope so, for none but the most demented of lemmings would agree to THAT. But that being so, KNOW THAT THERE WILL BE NO PEACE. Unless, of course, the Jew returns to his Father in Heaven.

But that may be even more impossible than the thought of giving up Israel. In the meantime, for those who see Israel's existence at the center of their own, let there be no collapse before the blizzard of world sleet and the bitter cold hatred and pressure. The bitter cold grips a man and lulls him, in his terrible weariness, to seek rest, just a little rest. To pause and lie down and sleep - just for a moment. That moment is death. The warmth that creeps over him is the beginning of the most terrible cold of them all, the cold of death. Similarly, those who grow weary of the bitter cold, the ongoing struggle against the Arabs, can easily fall victim to the siren sound of those who raise the warm flag of "peace." Soothing and seductive proposals of a false "peace," the terribly false warmth that lulls the weary Jew - weary of war - to rest, for just a moment from the cold of hatred and battle. To rest and accept compromise and give up land for peace and to trust the Arab. It is such a warm moment. It is the moment that leads to death. It is the false warmth that leads to the cold reality of the destruction of Israel.

We are weary? We have been fighting the Arabs for 50 years? Nonsense! We have been fighting an entire world for more than 3,000 years and if our ancestors had been as weary and guilt-ridden and confused as so many of our time, where would we be today? We may, indeed, have to fight for another 50 years - or 500! We may, indeed, have to be a garrison state confronting vicious and cruel Arabs who seek our destruction. What of it? Do we therefore surrender to illusion and delusion? Do we therefore walk away from our state? Far, far better to have a state and an army and power that we must be prepared to use and guarantee Jewish survival, than to return to the state of conditions of the Exile that led to the Holocaust. Far better a garrison state than an emasculated state of destruction. All the Jews who have died in 50 years in Israel barely equal the number who perished in one day in the death camps. THAT is a far more warming thought than the warm death of "compromise" and giving up land. Better a Jewish state that the world despises than an Auschwitz that it loves.

Of course, none of it has to be. However, it WILL be unless we choose that one path which will give us instant redemption and freedom from all this unnecessary tragedy: TSHUVA, pentinence, a return to G-d and His commandments. How sad that this seems to be the one thing that the Jews simply refuse to consider.



Monday, November 19, 2007

Rally: "Release Jews, not terrorists!"

Though these protests only fall upon deaf ears, it's still nice to know there is some sanity left in the Hellenized Holy Land.

(IsraelNN.com) Protectors gathered at the Rose Garden opposite the Prime Minister's office Monday morning to demonstrate against the government's decision to release hundreds of Palestinian Authority terrorists ahead of next week's planned Annapolis summit.

Among those participating in the protest were Rabbi Dov Lior, who is Chief Rabbi of Kiryat Arba and a member of the Council of Rabbis in Judea, Samaria and Gaza as well as several Knesset Members. The officials were joined by families of victims of terror and by families of the Jewish activists who remain incarcerated for nationalist activities.

One of the demonstrators was Yisca Lieberman, whose father Rabbi Hillel Lieberman was murdered by Arab terrorists near Joseph's Tomb several years ago. She said she appealed to Public Security Minister Avi Dichter to explain the logic of freeing terrorists who planned to murder Israelis while not freeing Jews who were incarcerated for lesser offenses but added, "No one cares."

Release religious Jewish nationals while leaving arab terrorists incarcerated? What an incredible concept.


Tuesday, November 13, 2007

"Enlightened Arab progressives" want Judenrein Jerusalem

We see this all the time: Arab elitists calling for Jews to be expelled, and Israel to become the Islamic State of Palestine. It is for this reason more than any other that the arabs must be removed from the Land of Israel lock, stock and barrel.

Put simply, the moslems want Israel to be a moslem state, not a Jewish state, and that isn't just the "radical extremists", but the educated and well-to-do, also. They would be insane not to want an arab state, for they are arabs and not Jews, so why should anybody assume differently for a single minute? To pretend otherwise is unfair to the moslems and fatal for the Jewish State.

Ynet-News: Arab students attending the Haifa University distributed on Tuesday a leaflet titles "The Palestinian Student's Journal," which featured texts regarding the reoccupying of Jerusalem.

The leaflet was distributed, they said, to mark both the anniversary of Former Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat's death, as well as the Arab Keffiyeh Day.

Why, WHY, don't we ever learn? This canard that the arabs will become our friends if the good will gestures and endless funding are upped to suicidal levels is maddening.


Monday, November 12, 2007

Olmert pledges to free more terrorists

And the beat goes on...

Ynet news - Prime minister tells Knesset's Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that Israel plans to release prisoners as goodwill gesture ahead of peace conference. Although Palestinian president lacks sufficient power, he adds, reality could change. 'This is the first time both sides agree that the entire deal will be subject to the implementation of the Road Map,' he says

Will there ever be a good will gesture to the Jews? How about expelling a few moslems from Israel as a "good will gesture" to the settlers?

I know, I know...never happen, but I can dream, can't I?


Wednesday, November 07, 2007

MK Eldad: "Recognizing a Palestinian State West of the Jordan is a crime against the Jewish people"

Gotta love Aryeh Eldad. He really is fearless when it comes to taking on the post-Zionist rabble.

Arutz Sheva - MK Aryeh Eldad (National Union) says that "massive public pressure" must be exerted on Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu to quit the government before Annapolis.

"We must not go like sheep to the slaughter," Eldad told Arutz-7's Hebrew newsmagazine on Wednesday. "Whoever doesn't act now, will bear the responsibility later."

Eldad, a former IDF Chief Medical Officer, says that the nationalist public must exert non-stop pressure on the Knesset Members of the Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu parties. "It must be made clear to them that the public knows they are lying to them by continuing to remain in the Olmert government," Eldad said.

The government coalition's continue existence is dependent upon the presence of both Shas, with 12 Knesset seats, and Yisrael Beiteinu, with 11. The coalition parties currently have 78 MKs; if both leave, the Kadima-led coalition will crumble, forcing new elections.

"Olmert has said categorically that all the essential issues, such as final borders, Arab refugees, Jerusalem, and more, will be on the table," Eldad said, "while on the other hand, [Yisrael Beiteinu head Avigdor] Lieberman says that he will resign if these issues are discussed. The public doesn't know which liar to believe!"

If Shas and Yisrael Beiteinu do not quit and the Annapolis summit two weeks from now leads to a Palestinian state, "this will be a crime against the Jewish people," according to Eldad. "Recognition of a Palestinian state west of the Jordan River is a recipe for the destruction of the State of Israel."

Sock it to them, big guy! Unfortunately, you have precious few friends in Knesset, but plenty of support outside the corrupt scumbags of the Israeli government.