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15 January 2018

Meir Ettinger on the Murder of Rabbi Raziel Shevach – ENGLISH

Why Leave the House?
They turn around frustrated from wall to wall in the house, and again look to catch up on the news, as if something can happen. If you want change, you have to leave the house
by Meir Ettinger 10/1/2018

If you want change, you have to leave the house. True, in order to truly change, we must change the leadership, offer a real solution, and take responsibility. But taking responsibility begins with going out into the street.

Only if we succeed in arousing the desire for change, only if we succeed in arousing the people, who must change, and remind us that the current government, the previous one and the one who will come are responsible for the attack.

We go out into the street to demand - a demand to defeat terror, and we know that it is possible and know that we must, and only need to. And the leadership will only want if the people want, and the leadership will change only if the people demand. So you do not have to be ashamed to demonstrate and go out into the street - with clear messages, and a clear demand - to defeat terrorism and expel the enemy.

You can not rely on the IDF to fight terrorism, you can not rely on the government that is preoccupied with survival that will defeat the enemy.

Hundreds of housing units, or security components, will not help us anymore. If we want a change in the security situation, if we want a fundamental solution - it will only happen with demand from the people, with unrest in the people.

We must leave the house. If we want change, we have to leave the house. The past few years have been characterized by brilliant political moves, by unconventional campaigns that have raised parties and parties, but policy has always remained the same. As archaic and old-fashioned as it sounds, only a change takes place on what comes out of the house.

Let it be clear that no government will come from the government - from any government. When Barak was here, they said that when Bogogi arrived he would defeat terrorism, and then Bugi arrived and contained the terror (in fact, he did not contain Arab terror and forcefully entered the Jews). And then Lieberman said he would take care of them, and Lieberman came and went on talking. You can continue to think that when Bennett arrives, everything will work out, but we know that nothing will happen, because a system that does not act according to the Torah can not and does not want to defeat terror.

If you want change, you have to leave the house. True, in order to truly change, we must change the leadership, offer a real solution, and take responsibility. But taking responsibility begins with going out into the street.

Only if we succeed in arousing the desire for change, only if we succeed in arousing the people, who must change, and remind us that the current government, the previous one and the one who will come are responsible for the attack.

We go out into the street to demand - a demand to defeat terror, and we know that it is possible and know that we must, and only need to. And the leadership will only want if the people want, and the leadership will change only if the people demand. So you do not have to be ashamed to demonstrate and go out into the street - with clear messages, and a clear demand - to defeat terrorism and expel the enemy.

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