BIG BUILD UP OF FORCES AGAINST JEWS
THIS WAS A JEWISH ORCHARD IN JUDEA WHICH WAS TORCHED BY ARABS. BUT MORE THINGS ARE HAPPENING. THE JEWISH STATE IS ATTACKING JEWS AND IS MAKING DEALS WITH ENEMY ARABS, MUSLIMS, CALLED PALESTINIANS.
ABOVE ALL THE JEWISH ISRAELI ELITE ARE TELLING LIES TO JEWS, THAT THINGS ARE NOT SO BAD, THAT THEY WILL RETURN TO CAIRO ETC, ALL FORGIVEN, A NEW ERA OF HARMONY IS POSSIBLE, ALL OF THAT LYING BULLSHIT FROM REGEV AND NETANYAHU, ON THIS MORNING OF 9.11
September 20” came two weeks early Saturday, when Hevron area Arabs set fire to an olive orchard at Karmei Tzur in Judea, located between Gush Etzion and Hevron-Kiryat Arba.
Karmei Tsur, literally “Stalwart Vineyards”, is home to 125 families, and is part of the Gush Etzion Regional Authority. The word kerem (possessive Karmei) is used in Hebrew to denote both olive groves and vineyards, which surround the area from Biblical times.
Residents fear the arson is a harbinger of worse events when the Arab League presents its request to the United Nations General Assembly for recognition of the Palestinian Authority as a new country within Israel’s borders.
Arabs exploited the Jewish Sabbath morning, when most Karmei Tzur residents were praying in synagogue, to torch the one-acre orchard belonging to a farmer in the community. He planted it three years ago on “no-man’s land,” Karmei Tzur’s administrator told Arutz Sheva.
Community residents said the Arabs arrived in four vehicles from Highway 60, the main road connecting Jerusalem with Gush Etzion, Hevron-Kiryat Arab and communities north of Be’er Sheva. It is known as the Patriarch’s way, as it is the only passable route between the hills since ancient times.
The army inexplicably delayed its response, and soldiers were not able to find and arrest the arsonists.
Ten anarchists also arrived in several vehicles and tried to damage other Jewish farms, but soldiers dispersed them and prevented a clash with Karmei Tzur residents.
Spokesmen for Karmei Tzur said they spoke with the Gush Etzion brigade commander on the Sabbath, noting the gravity of the attack.
WHAT IS THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENT OF NETANYAHU/BARAK DOING TO THE JEWS WHO ARE LIVING AND WORKING THE LAND IN JUDEA/SAMARIA?
SEEMS VERY MUCH AS IF THE JEWISH ELITE RULERS ARE DOING DEALS WITH THE ARANS, TO BETRAY ISRAEL, AND IN THEIR TRUST FOR THE ARABS KNOWN AS PALESTINIANS, TO CREATE THE BASIS FOR DESTRUCTION OF THE JEWISH STATE. IN ESSENCE DESTRUCTION FROM WITHIN. BEWARE JEWS OF LIVNI, BARAK, NETANYAHU AND LIEBNECHT!
READ THE ABOVE REPORT AGAIN AND SEE THE CLAIM BY THE JEWISH PEOPLE THAT THE ISRAELI SOLDIERS WERE LATE IN COMING TO SAVE THE ORCHARD AND ARREST THE ARAB TERRORISTS. WHAT IS HAPPENING?
SO READ IT WITH THE VIEWING OF THIS VIDEO (FIND URL BELOW AND THE FOLLOWING REPORT
Arutz Sheva comments: It didn’t have to happen at all, and it certainly did not have to happen this way.
And what is most sad, is that Peace Now probably considers it a victory.
But no one was the victor. Not the government of Israel, not Defense Minister Ehud Barak who hopes to get electoral points from the left, not the brutal policemen, not the right who justifiably villifies the Netanyahu government for letting it happen.
Everyone lost. No Zionist, no matter what side of the fence, wants to see what is seen on this video occur in Israel. Where does one start the litany of egregious crassness in the Jewish State?
All of Migron has been declared illegal by a recent Supreme Court decision, with a date for destruction. The infrastructure there was built with government aid. Their research was either faulty or non existent.
Arabs had filed suit with the help and encouragement of Peace Now.
There was no attempt by the government to arrange payment for the land once the ‘problems’ came to light, although this is the way so much of Israel was acquired, because the Palestinian Authority, our “peace partners” have made that punishable by death.
The land was never worked or lived on by anyone. Some of it was parcelled out to landowners by the Jordanian government from its store of unclaimed properties.
The suit by Peace Now was filed in 2006 — but the attorney general’s office never checked the claims on the land.
In October 2008, Palestinians aided by the leftist “Yesh Din” organization sued for damages from the state for delaying the removal of the town, and then the state actually responded that their claims to land ownership are not proven.
While the suit on all of Migron was pending, two Arabs claimed ownership of the land on which three houses had been built after the first suit was filed.
Theatre of the absurd: One of the Arabs involved in the suit claimed lot 7 was his and brought documents to prove it in court. The legal adviser for the Shomron (Samaria) Regional Council showed that none of the disputed homes was on lot 7 and the Arab withdrew his suit.
There was a government offer, when the problems surfaced, to relocate the community to a suburb to be built near the town of Adam.
Some residents, including the Council for Judea and Samaria, felt that the government offer should be accepted if the government let MIgron stay as is until the suburb was completely ready for residence. Building would take years, and anyway, many things could change by then, they argued.
Other residents were afraid that moving any community would be a precedent for dismantling others. They did not trust the government to keep its promise. The offer for Adam was rejected. The surprise night destruction — after promises there would be advance notice so the children could be away from home (to minimize the trauma) — strengthens that point of view.
The court ruled that all of Migron, houses built with citizens’ hard earned money, is to be dismantled by a specified date in 2012, but someone in power decided to destroy the three last-built houses right away.
Afraid of the reaction, the forces of destruction came by surprise in dead of night.
So there were no provisions made in advance for shelter for families with young children before they were thrown out of their homes in the dark of night.
No one in power cared about the psychological harm to the young Jewish children, who could not be sent away with the timing of the destruction a surprise.
VIDEO CAN BE ACCESSED ON INN PLATFORM, ON
ALSO READ THE ABOVE TWO REPORTS IN CONJUNCTION WITH THIS, WHICH IS ALL ABOUT THE PLOT AGAINST JEWS AND ISRAEL BY AMERICA, BECAUSE IT WAS AMERICA WHICH ENGINEERED THE BUILD UP OF ARAB POLICE FORCE AND ARMY, WHICH THE AMERICANS CALL “PALESTINIANS”
Report: Armed PA Police in Israeli Regions
Many of the Israelis living in Judea and Samaria have long expressed concern over the Palestinian Authority’s armed police force, which is active in the region. This week, an alert resident captured armed PA officers on film as they drove through “Area C” – a region ostensibly under full Israeli control.
The officers were seen driving on the main highway in the Binyamin region. The resident who caught them on film is active with the Tatzpit organization, which documents Arab attacks in Judea and Samaria.
IDF spokespeople said in response that the incident was an unusual event, and would be investigated. PA officers normally only enter Area C in coordination with the IDF, they said.
Residents of the region disagreed. “This is not at all a one-time event,” one said. “The PA policemen treat the area like it belongs to them, and the IDF does not deter them.”
“They travel on the roads both covertly and openly,” he added. The anonymous resident expressed fear that “it’s only a matter of time until they pull out a weapon.”
Community leaders agreed that PA officers have been increasingly active in the area. “The Palestinian officers are brazen because the IDF relies on them to do the work,” said Binyamin Residents’ Committee head Itzik Shadmi.
The PA’s armed forces are responsible for enforcing the law in PA-controlled areas of Judea and Samaria, known as “Area A.” Among the laws they enforce are laws against selling land to Jews, or helping the Israeli army to fight terrorism.
PA police officers have a history of involvement in terrorism, and have murdered several Israeli civilians in recent