Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Israeli High Court guilty of treason

Today, the Mad Zionist officially ruled the High Court of Israel guilty of the crime of treason against the Jewish people, and, thus, by offical Israeli law subject to the death penalty. In Israel it is a capital offense to aid and abet enemies of the state, and that is exactly what they have done by ruling that the people of Israel may not petition to stop the release of convicted moslem mass murderers from prison.
(IsraelNN.com) The High Court of Justice on Tuesday would not hear a petition filed by the family of slain policeman Eliyahu Shachar against the deal between Israel and Hizbullah, which involves the release of Samir Kuntar, who killed Shachar and brutally executed another man, Danny Haran, and his four year old daughter Einat in 1979. The petition was filed by Yoram and Simcha Shachar, the brother and sister of Eliyahu.

"The High Court spat in the faces of the bereaved families who lost their loved ones in Samir Kuntar's terror attack and spat on the graves of our loved ones," Yoram Shachar said after the court's decision. "We are very disappointed, insulted and hurt by the discriminatory treatment given to our pain compared to the pain of others. It can't be that they wouldn't even listen to us."

Almagor slammed the court's decision as "abuse of terror victims, who come to demand that their brother's cries from the grave for justice are heeded."

Simcha Shachar said before the court session that Kuntar "is an arch-murderer whom we cannot give a prize to by releasing him, even after 30 years. Let them give back bodies for bodies and not set free a murderer like Kuntar."

Meir Kahane compared these treasonous concessions with the sinister capitulation of the Temple Mount to the vermin in 1967:
"The very moment of glorious Jewish victory in 1967 was the beginning of a flight to shame. Not enough that the Israeli government of 1967 committed the worst of mistakes by not driving out the Arabs who tried to wipe her out. The fearful and timid leaders of Israel immediately approached the heads of the Moslem community to assure them that the Temple Mount - the holiest of holiest of Jewish places - would remain in their hands. Jews were forbidden to enter there to pray, on their holiest site, a site stolen from them by invading Moslems who desecrated Judaism by building two mosques there. (And can one imagine the reaction of Moslems if Jews, conquering Mecca, built, on the holiest site of Islam - a synogogue?)

From that day, the government of Israel, in a remarkable display of masochism, has paved the way for a total change of Moslem attitude. From a frightened, cowering population, they turned into a confident, arrogant, dangerous one. From a people who feared the Jewish conqueror, they became throwers of stones. knife stabbers, and grenade and bomb throwers. Most of all, the Temple Mount became once again theirs, this time returned to them by two-legged lemmings of the Mosaic persuasion - and they grow ever more passionately convinced that time is on their side.

The government, police, courts have all had a hand in the shameful, tragic Jewish descent into humiliation. The years that followed saw police again and again forceably remove Jews attempting to pray on their holy site. Moslems watched in growing amazement, and growing arrogance and boldness, as the Jew who wished to enter as a tourist with camera and jeans was freely allowed access but the same son of Abraham entering with prayer shawl and prayer book was banned. The product of thinking most Jews assumed had disappeared with the Warsaw ghetto revolt.

The Temple Mount served as the most glaring example of the fact that, despite Jewish protestations to the contrary, the land taken in 1967 was not liberated but "conquered." The Jews had come not as returnees to their own borders, but as an occupation army. One who loses property and then unexpectedly finds it does not allow it to remain in the possession of another. He leaps upon it joyfully and cries out: "It is mine!"

The Arabs correctly understood Jewish "concessions" to be the product, not of goodness and grace, but of timidity and fear. The Arabs have systematically destroyed every vestige of Jewish presence on the Temple Mount, destroying valuable archeological evidence. A memorial to the Arabs killed at Sabra and Shatila is even placed on the Jewish holy site.

"He who controls the Temple Mount controls Jerusalem. And he who controls Jerusalem controls the Holy Land..."
As Kahane himself has pointed out: "If one comes to slay you, slay him first" (Sanhedrin, 72d). "Do not be overly righteous" (Ecclesiastes 7). "Said Rabbi Shimon ben Lakish: He who becomes merciful unto the cruel is destined to be cruel unto the merciful."



  1. The Israeli leaders, have a different vision of what is Israel; it's smaller and more pragmatic.

  2. Smaller, indeed. Soon they will arrange for it to no longer exist as a Jewish State at all, which is quite pragmatic, indeed.

  3. What were these convicted mass murderer's doing in prison? By all rights, they should have been executed after pronouncement of sentence. Why didn't THAT happen.

    How silly of the Israeli people to put their own government into a position where it is capable of betraying their interests. You should be ashamed of yourselves!


  4. Off topic:

    I thought the Mad Zionist blog had been relegated to the dustbin of the blogosphere's history? Replaced by Phased Zionist (IIRW)? Please explain (I'm easily confused -lol)

  5. Gert, I had gone on sabatical from the MZ website and set up a lighter, more frivelous one called Jaded Zionist for a couple months. I posted infrequently and took the opportunity to refresh my batteries. I never shut down the MZ site, only left it in hibernation until I felt properly motivated to return to ranting again.

  6. Gert: Glad you rediscovered MZ.

    I was reading an interesting article in Spiked Online about Israel. Many of the jobs the israeli military did, are now done by private contractors. A sign of a state, that doesn't want to have anything to do with itself.

    To get youth interested in kibbutzim, they push ecological experience, rather than the "Z" word.

  7. B"H

    Where have you been?

    They have been guilty of treason for ages.

  8. This all boils down to international influence and pressure. Israel is too dependent on America especially, so they are in a real bind. If it weren't for that dependence, and that influence, this would probably have been settled at least two decades ago. It would have been bloodier than all get out for a relatively short time, but at least it would have been over with, as opposed to the thousand cuts death Israel is subjected to constantly.

  9. Israel is VERY dependent on the U. S., for sure, and not just financially.

    Israel is codependent, looking for its validation in the goyim instead of within and with HaShem.

  10. The capitulations after WW11 when Palmach fighters would volunteer to hand over their Irgun and Lehi brothers.

  11. What i meant to say is that that period time in Israeli history set precedent for what is happening now.


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