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Wednesday, February 28, 2007

There are no anti-Semites Neturei Karta doesn't love

Hot off kissing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinadinnerjacket in Tehran, Neturei Karta is engaging in activities a bit closer to home here in Israel. Yesterday, Neturei Karta's local leader, Israel Hirsch (who did not go to Tehran) went to visit the protest test of the Islamic Movement - Northern Front's leader Sheikh Raed Sallah. Sallah is 'protesting' the fact that Israel is trying to prevent the ramp leading up to the Mughrabi gate entrance to the Temple Mount from collapsing by building a new ramp, which requires excavations first. Hirsch arrived in the Wadi Joz neighborhood of Jerusalem - which is within walking distance of Hirsch's home (and mine for that matter, although I would have a longer walk) - to visit Sallah with five other Neturei Karta members, continuing their warped 'Judaism' which has no basis in Judaism's tenets. It seems that for Neturei Karta, anyone who wants to kill Jews in Israel is a friend.
During the visit, Israel Hirsch, from the strictly Orthodox Mea Sheraim neighborhood, gave a rallying speech expressing his support for Salah, who also spoke at the meeting.

Earlier this month Salah was arrested at the Mugrabi excavation site after forcibly breaking through the police line guarding the area along with several of his followers. A court slapped him with a restraining order and he has since maintained the required 150 meter (500 feet) distance from the walls of the Old City.

"The Zionists have no right to change Jerusalem," Hirsch told Ynet on Tuesday. He also said that Salah and his followers greeted the Neturei Karta members "with joy and warmth."
Read the whole thing. The only inaccuracy in the full article is that Satmar had disowned Neturei Karta long before December.


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