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Sunday, September 09, 2007

Neo-Nazi gang busted in Petach Tikva

Back in the late 80's and early 90's the Jewish Agency in the former Soviet Union was given quotas to fill. Each month, a certain number of immigrants had to arrive in Israel. The Jewish Agency was indifferent as to whether they were Jewish or not. They just had to make those numbers. Now, we are reaping the bitter fruit of that policy.

It was released for publication this evening that a gang of neo-Nazis was busted in Petach Tikva a few weeks ago. According to the report I heard on Israel Radio, they went around terrorizing drunks and drug addicts in the area of the Tel Aviv central bus station. The police first got onto them when a synagogue in Petach Tikva was defaced with swastikas, an act to which this group was not connected.
Police emphasized that all of the youths - except for one - were Israeli citizens who had made aliya under the Law of Return. The majority, police said, were immigrants who lived in the center of the country and identified religiously as Christians.

Police have thus far arrested nine members of the group, who, according to suspicions, worked to propagate Hitler's ideology in the streets of Israel, while establishing relations with neo-Nazi groups overseas and attempting to imitate their activities.

Eli Boanitov, a 19-year-old Petah Tikva resident, allegedly headed the group, which police said displayed "cult-like characteristics."

As the group's leader, Boanitov allegedly selected people for membership and served as the group's instructor and main propagator of Nazi ideology both on an ideological and operational level. Police said Boanitov "led them to attack, in a cruel and brutal manner, citizens and innocent people belonging to various groups including Asians, drug addicts, gays, punks and kippa-wearing Jews."

The group was uncovered during the investigation into two 2006 incidents in Petah Tikva in which synagogues were desecrated by swastikas and other graffiti.
This is not the first time I have discussed the appearance of neo-Nazis in Israel. For those who have forgotten, I discussed it previously here.

The Law of Return is the law that says that any Jew may come to Israel. This has been interpreted to include people with a Jewish grandparent (which was Hitler's definition of a Jew). Maybe it's time to change the law so that only real Jews can make aliya?


At 3:11 AM, Blogger Daniel said...

"Maybe it's time to change the law so that only real Jews can make aliya"

Mega dittos!

Can they be deported and their citizenship revoked??

At 7:30 AM, Blogger Carl in Jerusalem said...


Not unless they can be dropped in southern Lebanon....

At 1:57 PM, Blogger BabbaZee said...

These are JEWISH people?
WTF, I cant keep track anymore of how much we hate ourselves and where and when and why



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