Is This the Coming Showdown at Beit HaShalom?

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Commentary;

This author began receiving emails this morning and reports have continued with this most recent email;

More and more security forces and Border Police are now flowing to Hevron

There is certainly great reason to worry that the authorities are planning the expulsion from Bet Hashalom tonight.

NOW IS THE TIME TO COME.

Please come and help prevent another expulsion of Jews from their home.

THE ACTION COMMITTEE

FOR THE STRUGGLE OVER BET HASHALOM

Meanwhile, this report has appeared in Israel National News; [...]  Click here to read more.

Monday War News: Kassams Launched from Gaza, Israeli Bus Firebombed South of Jerusalem, Rock Attack on Bus, 2 Terrorists Nabbed While Regime Masses Police, Yassamnikim Around Beit HaShalom

Ramat Beit Shemesh Shuls Pray at Hevron’s Beit HaShalom

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Commentary;

On Thursday afternoon, a bus load of members of 2 Ramat Beit Shemesh Kehillot; Beit Tefillah Yona Avraham, Menorat Hamaor and their Rabbanim Rav Chaim Zev Malinowitz and Rav Daniel Myers travelled to Hevron to pray before Rosh Chodesh Kislev and to give chizuk to all living in the “Peace House” — Beit HaShalom who face the prospect of sudden eviction by the immoral, unethical, UnJewish regime which governs the Jewish State. As we came close to Kiryat Arba, we made a stop to view the ruins resulting from the regime’s Yassamnik pogrom which utterly trashed and destroyed the Federman-Tor Farm as well as persecuting the families living there. As the Yassamnikim did their detestable deeds, IDF Officers tricked a group of Yeshiva student soldiers into standing guard over the event under the guise of searching for terrorists. In so doing, the soldiers stationed on the periphery unwittingly stopped and turned back Jews coming to the aid of the Federman-Tor families telling them that the area was dangerous, that the IDF was searching for terrorists. [...]  Click here to read more.

Jonathan Pollard, Beit HaShalom: On Our Minds, in Our Hearts, Prayers

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The title speaks to 2 of THE major issues (if that’s the most appropriate term to use) very much on the mind of religious Jews in Israel, and hopefully in the US as we approach the end of Chodesh Mar-Cheshvan and Rosh Kodesh Kislev. The other two issues are, of course, the election campaign and the economy — in Israel, the US and internationally.

Firstly, Jonathan Pollard. Here is neither the place, nor the time for a rehash of Jonathn Pollard’s This author has compiled a category entitled Jonathan Pollard where readers can view blog posts dating back to January, 2006. To be informed about the entire Pollard case, click on Justice for Jonathan Pollard: the official website authorized by Jonathan and Esther Pollard.  [...]  Click here to read more.

Increased Arab Provocations; Regime, Yassam, IDF Totally Focused — on Shalom House

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Commentary;

Readers of this blog have surely noted the upsurge in Arab provocations; from Gaza, attacks on the IDF, Jewish motorists throughout Yehuda and the Shomron, stabbing attacks and attempts in and near the entrances to Jerusalem and more.

As the Arabs ratchet-up terror throughout Israel; the regime, its police and special police forces, as well as the IDF are totally focused — on harrassing, persecuting, destroying and preparing to evict Jews from legally-aquired Jewish property at Beit HaShalom.  [...]  Click here to read more.

“Peace House”, Hevron: Regime Planning Repeat of Amona Brutality?

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Commentary;

The Israeli Supreme Court ruled on Sunday, rejecting the overwhelming body of conclusive evidence that Beit HaShalom (Peace House) was legally and legitimately purchased by Jews, stating that the decision “allows them [the State] to do so” — to evict the more than 20 families who live there.

In the process, the regime and its MSM (mainstream media) has engaged in a continuous blood-libel again pitting Jew against Jew and dividing B’nai Yisrael against itself as with Gush Katif, as with Amona, as with the destruction of the Federman/Tor Farm and recent events at Har HaBayit.  [...]  Click here to read more.