Did Feiglin [The Fool on the Hill] call it right or what?
Feiglin writes, “The Israeli media wept more for the poor cats to be left behind in the destroyed settlements than for the human beings to be uprooted and rendered homeless. We have become a sector that is less than human — sub-human — a problem that at one stage or another will have to be solved with finality. In German it is called untermentsch. This is the real crisis.”
“We so wanted to be Israelis. We so wanted to be the most Zionistic, the greatest at settlement, the top in the army. We tried so very hard to show that we are a sector that gives of itself, that we are pioneers, that we are well educated and have values and Heaven forbid and perish the thought not violent.”
I’ll believe this when I see it. Further I expect smoke and mirrors if such debate ever, in fact, takes place. Seeking real men of courage to step up in the clutch to tell it like it is and let the cabinet ministry chips fall where they may. More than the refugees welfare is at stake — the safety, security and welfare of Israel is on the line. But lo, my prediction, no Knesset profiles in courage here. But this is one prediction that I hope I’m wrong about.
Please note here that all of this “storming” by a few dozen Jews took place between 7:45 a.m. until 8:15 a.m. “in contravention of the High Court ruling” permitting prayer as reported in a previous post on 19 October.
It seems that the overwhelming majority of refugee families from Gush Katif and the Shomron towns who have yet to receive shekel one of compensation are not the only ones being lied to by the Sharon regime. Now it seems that some of their evictors, 280 of the new Border Guard officers who had been hired with the promise that their employment would be long-term beyond the “disengagement,” are now being terminated. The terminations are under the guise of “severe financial constraints in the police department, under whose auspices the Border Guards fall.”
The headline story links again tell all:
One viewing or reading this blog should realize that often a group of headlines tells it’s own story if the articles are read, without the need for author’s comments. Such is true here:
Moshe is a commentator on news and events in Israel and Founder and Director of the Sefer Torah Recycling Network . which is based in Ramat Beit Shemesh, Israel.
Update: According to the latest report, State of [Evicted] Gush Katif, Northern Gaza and Northern Shomron Communities Report #11, Minister of Science and Technology Matan Vilnai was contacted and the matter of the 30,000 NIS burial of Hezi Chazani was handled by Vilnai’s office. “Vilnai’s staff is eager to let the public know that if, G-d forbid, another evacuee dies, his family will not have to pay to have their loved one buried.”
One small little problem, the matter has not been handled as yet and if it is not handled by 25 October, there will be no tombstone on the grave. My sources express grave doubt that the Chazani family will ever see these funds from the government, and just as none but a very few number of evictees have seen any compensation from the government, the overwhelming majority of evictees face court fights for years in efforts to recover that which is due them, that which has been stolen from them.