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Friday, December 05, 2008

Jews expelled from their Hebron home

The Jews who have been living in Shalom (Peace) House in Hebron since March 2007 were forcibly expelled from their home this afternoon on the orders of Defense Minister Ehud Barak. Let's go to the videotape.

There is little doubt that Shalom House had been legally purchased (watch the video at that link and decide for yourselves) by a Jewish philanthropist.This expulsion had nothing to do with legal rights to the property and everything to do with politics and the upcoming elections. The current government is trying to show that it is willing to expel Jews from their homes, and Ehud Barak - whose Labor party is down to six seats in recent polls - is trying to do anything to attract attention and votes.

This kind of act only encourages the 'Palestinians' to believe that they can eventually expel Jews from the entire country. Foolish is too mild a word for it.


At 5:29 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

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At 5:30 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Ehud Barak and his Labor Party will pay the price for it in the election. And so will Kadima. Those who illegally expelled Jews from their home must be held accountable. The Jews of Hebron will return to their home and no one can deprive them of the right to possess it and live in it. The only way the Israeli government can prevent Jews from living in Hebron is by using force against them.

At 8:26 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Knit, Madame Defarge, knit!

At 11:05 AM, Blogger Aaron Katsman said...

Barak can't defend citizens againts enemy missile attacks but he can evacuate his own people ..sick

At 3:13 PM, Blogger Unknown said...


Why doesn't Judea and Samara secede from Israel and declare independence? It seems like an obvious solution to a long list of problems. Not a perfect solution mind you. That might need to be a "bi-national" state. That is the larger problem.

With a cessation, the moonbats in charge in Israel couldn't evict people legally living in their homes there. Declare gaza to be gazastan, and force them to be independent and self reliant. Cut off all supplies on the Israeli sides. Let them negotiate an open passage with Egypt. Then when rockets rain down, Israel will be compelled to respond with force and clean out the misguided country of gazastan, as it is no longer a negotiation check mark, but a full fledged terrorist state.

For Judea and Samara, this should be less of a problem. Any 'palis' caught formenting evil would be immediately and permanently deported to the heaven on earth that is gazastan.

Infrastructure could be built, and a civil society *could* emerge.

It just requires relieving moonbats of their power to make and enforce decisions. Both of which they seem to be quite bad at doing, making decisions that are not in the best interests of their people or country, and then enforcing them against their people but not their enemies.


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