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Friday, October 24, 2014
Rabbi Mizrachi on the killing of children, and other topics
Rabbi Yosef Mizrachi spoke about the increase of the type of terror to be committed by the Arabs. He speaks about the murder of children and the essence of the terror inside the palestinian, and how it will continue and increase until ... :
". . . No state or country in the world can harm the State of Israel in the Holy Land. Repair and pain of the people of Israel is finished! The Land of Israel is sacred, every country trying to harm the State of Israel – G-d will give that country a blow from which it will never recover, the Almighty gives them blows, divisions between countries, natural disasters, hard rains over the world, earthquakes, floods and disasters in planes,trains and cars. . . ."
"Terrified Jewish nursery school and kindergarten children were rushed into bomb shelters in Jerusalem’s Maaleh HaZeitim neighborhood after 10 masked Arabs attacked the Jerusalem neighborhood’s complex with Molotov cocktails, fireworks and stones on Tuesday."
"The Jerusalem Police have instructed Citipass, the company that runs the capital's Light Rail system, not to inform the media and the public of rock attacks on its railway lines, unless it receives police approval to do so.
First, Police are a no-show on Rosh HaShana in Silwan, so religious Jews can go to Tashlich ...
According to Voice of Israel public radio, the Commander of the Zion Precinct, Brigadier General Amnon Alkalai, called Citipass Director Doron Ravid and told him that the reports hurt police and encourage the attackers."
Now, Police are instructing to be 'mum' about attacks on the Citi Rail ...
"Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat recently urged media outlets not to focus on the spike in Arab violence - dubbed "the silent intifada" by residents - saying that talking about the phenomenon too much could hurt local businesses. But residents have dismissed the claims and ask why police don't simply crack down harder on the rioters."
Now, Mayor Barkat says "not to focus on Terror" . . . caving in to Arab Violence
"According to the most recent Israel Security Agency (ISA or Shin Bet) report on Jerusalem, terror has risen dramatically in the city since then - from 22 incidents in May and June to 152 in July and August, a whopping 509% increase."
When will the Israeli establishment reverse the (American imported) leftist ideology that the victim is to be blamed, and the terrorist is to be excused.
"I turned around to face him but as I turned someone else ran out of nowhere with a two-by-four with nails in it, and began hitting me on the head."
Victim of Arab attack over Rosh Hashanah says police nowhere to be found, claims victims of terror no longer able to defend themselves. Local Arab youths took advantage of the lack of police presence almost immediately to carry out what appears to have been a pre-planned ambush.
"The site, which dates back to the Byzantine era, is usually frequented by Jewish worshippers during Rosh Hashanah, and the route through the predominantly Arab neighborhood of Shiloach (also known as Silwan) is supposed to be secured by police in order to prevent any violenceagainst Jewish pilgrims. But as the trio made their way back from the site on Friday Hanan said they noticed that instead of fanning out and securing the route, police were nowhere to be found."
"How long does it take a terrorist to run up to you and stab you with a knife? It's a matter of seconds. A soldier can't fight like that and if you're a civilian with a gun it's even worse."
"A police spokesperson claimed no specific information was available on the incident, but dismissed accusations that police were not properly deployed."
How many times does a Jew become a victim because no police were there to prevent or protect or subdue the terrorist? Obviously the arabs knew they could get away with attacking the Jews … they knew there were no policemen nearby.
"Security assessments were made prior to the festival and extra police units were in the area to protect the visitors throughout... both in the Old City, the Western Wall area and the City of David/Shiloach area."
Whoever is in charge of security assessments should be fired for not making sure the area was protected for Jewish worshipers to perform Tashlich. This was no ordinary day, it was Rosh HaShana, the annual day that all of mankind passes before G-d in judgment. A day that all mankind (Arabs, Jews and Jewish policemen) are judged (not by the leftist Israeli supreme court but) by the Supreme Judge of the World.
The 100-Year-Old Agreement You Need to Know About to Understand What’s Driving the Islamic State
If you do not understand the Sykes-Picot Agreement, Beck said, you cannot fully understand the Islamic State, or why the Israelis and the Palestinians will never reach a two-state solution.
Though many go back to 1948 and the creation of the modern state of Israel when examining the history of Middle Eastern conflicts, Beck said you actually have to go back to 1916 and World War I.
“This is the last time the Arab world had a united Islamic State led by a religious leader: the Ottoman Empire, the caliphate,” Beck began. “The Allies knew the Ottoman Empire could shut down key shipping routes and cripple Britain’s economy, France’s. … They had to neutralize it. So Great Britain sent over an Army officer from Britain, and his name was T.E. Lawrence. There was a movie made about him, a great movie with Peter O’Toole called ‘Lawrence of Arabia.’”
Lawrence was tasked with convincing the Arabs to fight against the Ottoman Empire. After Lawrence promised the Arabs rule over a new united Arab kingdom of greater Syria — which encompassed present day Syria, Lebanon, Israel, and parts of Iraq and Jordan — he succeeded.
“To get to the root of the current Middle East conflict, that is your starting point,” Beck said. “It is at the center of everything that is happening today.”
“The problem here — Great Britain never intended to honor the promises that they made,” Beck continued. “They had used the Arabs in order to protect their own interests. Remember, they needed to get the Ottoman Empire out of the way.”
“The entire time Lawrence was negotiating with the Arabs, Great Britain, behind everybody’s back, was negotiating with France, and planning how they were going to actually divide up the Middle East after the war,” Beck said. “They needed to make sure there was no united Arab kingdom that would ever get in the way.”
Under the Sykes-Picot agreement, the British and the French drew new boundaries, fracturing the region so, Beck said, “the British and their allies in the region could control it.”
“Remember, the goal was to divide the Arabs, not to unite them, divide them, so they could protect the trade routes,” Beck said. “They didn’t care about the Arabs, they didn’t care about the Jews, they didn’t care about anything. They wanted the trade routes.”
“The Arabs were forced to accept this western European model of the nation-states because they had no choice,” Beck remarked. “Arab resentment grows in the wake of that treaty, Sykes-Picot, where they have divided everything and made new lines. They wanted — the Palestinians, the Arabs — what was promised to them — the rule of greater Syria.”