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Sunday, April 25, 2010

Jerusalem's destruction is at hand?

In an interview with Arutz Sheva's Hebrew side on Friday, Moshe Feiglin claimed that Prime Minister Netanyahu has reached an agreement with the Obama administration on dividing Jerusalem.
Chairman Moshe Feiglin of the Jewish Leadership (Manhigut Yehudit) faction of the Likud party warned Friday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has come to a quiet agreement with the United States regarding the division of Jerusalem. Interviewed by Arutz Sheva's Hebrew service, Feiglin said announcements of support by the Geneva Initiative organization are proof that something is brewing under the surface.

He said it's not the first time the extreme left has taken over a prime minister and now it's taking over the Likud, adding that if Netanyahu succeeds in changing the Likud constitution to allow himself a free hand in policy, it will be the end of the party's nationalist camp and a combination with the Kadima party, 100 times worse than the uprooting of Jews from Gaza in the Disengagement of 2005.
Here's another indication that something might be happening: The two largest parties in the coalition will apparently not oppose a 'freeze' on building in Jerusalem.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s key coalition partners seemed to give a tacit nod Thursday to the possibility of a building freeze within Jerusalem itself, despite a reiteration by Netanyahu that no such freeze would be enacted.


Shas officials volleyed about denials of a reported statement by the party’s spiritual leader Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, in which he supposedly told President Shimon Peres that in order to save lives, Shas would not oppose a US-urged building freeze in the capital. Although Shas officially denied that Yosef had made any such statement in the conversation with the president three weeks ago during Pessah, some Shas leaders – including Housing and Construction Minister Ariel Attias – stopped short of denying it outright.

In a radio interview Thursday, Attias said his party certainly believed in continuing building in the capital, but that it was also important not to damage the friendship between Israel and the United States.

Shas was not alone in its possible support for such a move. Officials in powerful coalition partner Israel Beiteinu said that their party, too, would not necessarily oppose a temporary freeze. While reiterating the importance of a unified Jerusalem as stated in party chairman Avigdor Lieberman’s Independence Day speech, one official also recalled that Israel Beiteinu had ultimately supported the current 10-month building freeze in Judea and Samaria as well.
What could go wrong?


At 5:30 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

We've come to a point where no one in Israel cares about Jerusalem - its just another piece of real estate to be disposed of for the right price.

The fact Israel's government sought to silence Ben Gvir tells us how much the government is afraid of offending Mitchell that it cannot put up with freedom of speech on Jerusalem - if that is one of which Mitchell disapproves.

So much for being a free people in our land and in Jerusalem. Who remembers that now barely a week after Independence Day?

At 7:17 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

I don't believe it. The first time it is announced, Bibi's security better be tripled. For the kooks on extreme right got to Rabin for his treason, they will get to Bibi quicker.

This is Bibi's death sentence. I don't think he will go through with it.

At 8:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Findalis said...

I don't believe it.


Deer in the headlights?

At 9:53 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

Shy Guy said,

Deer in the Headlights?

Nope,just don't believe that a politically astute man like Binyamin Netanyahu would commit political (and perhaps physical) suicide.

It is not in his nature. This man has survived major scandals, he wouldn't survive giving up Jerusalem.

At 12:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is the man who shook Arafat's hand and gave away Hevron. This is the man who joined Sharon in the destruction and expulsion of Gush Katif. This is the man who prefers the King of Disaster, Ehud Barak, as his defense minister. This is the man who shuns anyone loyal to the land of Israel as his coalition partner, unless they suppress that loyalty.

As I said, deer in the headlights. Time to snap out of it.

At 6:15 PM, Blogger Juniper in the Desert said...

If they allow the destruction of Jerusalem - ie let the arabs in, first it will be a major attack on Judaism's very existance and survival: how can you dare say"Next year in Jerusalem!" ever again when you have given it away?

Also, Jerusalem is a SYMBOL of Judaism, and when it is out of Jewish hands, then the muslims will fall on the Jews like hungry jackals.

The End

At 9:38 PM, Blogger Coolio said...

it could never hurt to vote for elections its not like it would go against anyones conscience

everyone who reads this should communicate with central committee members


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