Parsha Tzav 5767: The Constancy of the Jews

by Moshe Burt

In our Parsha, Tzav is Moshe’s command from Hashem to Aaron HaKohen and his sons to take up and clothe themselves in their Vestments, their garments of service in the Mishkan, and to begin their daily Avodah (service and offerings in the Mishkan).

For seven days, Moshe taught Aaron HaKohen and his sons the laws of their Avodah in the Mishkan. (You might say that they were given, as they term it in the US, OJT from Shemayim.) On the eighth day, Aaron and his sons began their Avodah. [...]  Click here to read more.

Will Former Gush Katif Residents be Stuck in Ramshackle Nitzan Permanently?

Temporary Site Will Eventually Become Permanent, Say Evacuees, by Shmulik Hadad (Ynet)

For related reports on the Regime’s abject neglect of the expelled former Gush Katif residents, click here.

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Gush Katif evacuees living in Nitzan don’t know who to turn to. They fear temporary site will become permanent, claim authorities will not take responsibility for them.

Gush Katif evacuees living in the mobile-home site Nitzan were hoping to celebrate Pessach, the festival of freedom, in a permanent location. However, the harsh reality is that a year and a half after they were removed from their homes in the Gaza strip, there is no solution for them in sight. [...]  Click here to read more.

Homesh Re-Entry Now Underway: To be Updated Throughout the Day

Coverage of the Homesh Re-entry and Re-Establishment Will Continue on Tuesday

An Evening Bright With Hope in Homesh, by Hana Levi Julian (Israel National News)


The site of the destroyed Samaria community of Homesh came alive Monday night with dancing and singing and plans for the future.

The musician “Yirmiyahu” provided melodies and musings in what participants called a “Woodstock with separate seating” atmosphere. Fireworks augmented light provided by a generator that was recently hidden in the abandoned infrastructure. [...]  Click here to read more.

Homesh… and Leftist Hate Journalism from H-ll!

The Very Paradigm of Leftist Hate-Mongering…

Welcome to Settler Nation. Now, Obey!, by Bradley Burston Haaretz

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Spring is here, and the radical settler movement has a message for you: We’re in charge. Resistance is futile. We know what’s good for you. Learn to take your medicine. Here’s the way it should be, and sooner or later, that’s the way it will be.

This week, we’re gathering at Homesh, they inform the People Israel. Homesh, one of the four Samaria [northern West Bank settlements] evacuated and destroyed during the 2005 disengagement that also saw the end of all settlement in the Gaza Strip. [...]  Click here to read more.

Monday War News

Attempt to Reestablish Homesh: The Right Move Singularly?


Sometime on Monday afternoon, groups of religious and nationalist teenagers and young adults will attempt to enter and reestablish the town of Homesh, one of 4 Shomron towns where Jews were expelled in August of 2005 as part of the expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif.

This author questions a strategy of making this move as a singular action comprised of a few thousand people rather than a part of a wider action involving tens or hundreds of thousands or more; including numerous diversions and whether this action should itself be a diversion for a wider action, perhaps aimed at government change or at spreading the police too thin and thus shutting down the country. [...]  Click here to read more.

Motsei Shabbos, Sunday War News

Israeli Hypocrisy and Lack of Torah Morality: Fuel Driving Anti-Semitism?

Former Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau spoke about anti-Semitism before the recent Jerusalem Conference. He cited the saying of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai in Gemora with a question and with his observations;

“A law: It is known that Esau hates Jacob” – and asked, “Why the unusual phraseology? What type of law can this be? It sounds very fatalistic, as if nothing can change it.” Rabbi Lau then explained, in the name of some commentators, that the phenomenon of anti-Semitism described by Rabbi Shimon is “akin to a law taught to Moses at Sinai, which also uses this word ‘law.’ It is something that has no explanation and is not in dispute, such as the fact that tefillin must be black and square. It is the same with anti-Semitism: you can look for reasons for it, but in the end, it’s just an axiom. This hatred is a given, permanent phenomenon.”  [...]  Click here to read more.

IDF Still Being Exploited to Defend Regime Against Jews


Moshe Feiglin’s assessment one year ago of the State of the IDF apparently remains unchanged and as on-target as ever.

Report: Two Battalions Guarding Homesh from Jews

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IsraelNN has been informed that two IDF battalions have been taken away from activity in the Golan Heights and stationed in the evacuated community of Homesh in northern Samaria. The battalions were apparently brought there as part of the IDF’s preparations for the planned resettlement of Homesh by Jews this coming Monday. [...]  Click here to read more.