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Monday, April 19, 2010

The right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

Well, here's another right that doesn't exist in the Jewish state in 2010 if you're from the wrong side of the political aisle: The right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
After coming up against a brick wall at City Hall trying to stop illegal Arab building on private Jewish property in Jerusalem, East Jerusalem activist Aryeh King decided to change tactics. He therefore asked police for a permit to demonstrate in front of the illegal building in the neighborhood of Samir Al Amis, hometown of the Prophet Jeremiah. But the police refused King the right to demonstrate. He is now taking his case to the Supreme Court.
But Obama will be upset if we actually stop illegal Arab building in Jerusalem. After all, we don't want to do anything that would change the status quo, do we?


At 11:43 PM, Blogger nomatter said...

Obama does not like the fight in Jews. Face it.

"Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a special statement for the occasion, saying, "On this Independence Day we mark two of the Jewish nation's miracles: The miracle of revival and the miracle of building. The miracle of revival, because I an not familiar with any other nation in history that was scattered all over the world and lost control of its destiny but still managed to return to its homeland and rebuild its sovereignty there.

"The other miracle is building: What we have built in this land since the State of Israel's inception. Israel is quickly becoming a regional economic superpower and a global technological superpower. In this world of knowledge in the 21st century our possibilities are endless: In science, medicine, technology and art. In each and every field, the forces of genius within our nation break out and create a magnificent country," the PM's statement read.

Netanyahu also mentioned the nation's capital, saying, "We are not here by chance. We are here because this is our land. We've returned to our land, to our city - Jerusalem - because this is our land, this is our city.

"I know there are many more miracles ahead of us. Herzl said, 'If you will it, it is no dream,' – we willed it. We wanted what so many generations of Jews wanted; (Jews) who dreamed and prayed and cried a sea of tears with the hope that we will make it to this place," said Netanyahu, "I know we are capable of creating many more miracles."

We need miracles. The whole world is against our survival.

At 11:58 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

come on carl, you know that israel's constitution is not the same as americas

that is why they could ban kach

At 12:18 AM, Blogger tuleesh said...

Ha! The godling wants to "reach out" to the Muslims and Arabs. He wants them to like the US/himself. And to show them his overture is sincere, he plays hardball with Israel/the Joooz.

The shoddy and petulant treatment he gave Netanyahu at the White House, Plugs Biden's antagonistic comments on his visit to Israel, Obama's tantrum against Israeli construction in East Jerusalem, in effect are his jumping up and down like a little kid and saying, "See? See? Arabs and Muslims? I mean it. You can like us, now."

At 1:09 AM, Blogger Sunlight said...

Carl, as I've ranted about before, this case is a perfect example of an inventory needed: Arabs allowed to build on land they don't own in East J. or in West Bank areas. Title searches. Elevation maps with line of sight factors shown. GIS layers.

At 1:40 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

I'd be surprised if Israel's leftist Supreme Court rules Zionists and rightists have a right to free speech in Israel.


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