MK Tibi

 - MK Tibi (Israeli Arab member of knesset) asked FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) to send observers to the match to verify Jewish racism, as he put it. What is he saying now? As if it mattered.

- This is talkback # 19 on Arab Fans insult Jews, Israel as Soccer Game Ends 'Peacefully'
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The Italian Left

B"H - The Italian left is "irked" for electoral reasons. In reality they love Hamas and hate Israel. Berlusconi was a friend of Israel while in office and Mussolini run the trains on time for the Italians. Anti-Jewish legislation? Sure. Italy was and is a European country, what do you expect? Pro-Jewish legislation?

- This is talkback # 5 on Holocaust Day: Berlusconi praises Mussolini – and dozes off
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On The Nations' "Holocaust Memorial Day" By Daniel Pinner

Memorialising the Holocaust: Europe versus Israel

In November 2005, the United Nations General Assembly adopted Resolution A/RES/60/7, designating 27 January as the annual International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust (www.un.org/en/holocaustremembrance/docs/res607.shtml). The UNGA website (www.un.org/en/holocaustremembrance/index.shtml) explains that 27 January was chosen because it is “the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp”.

The Resolution “reaffirm[s] that the Holocaust, which resulted in the murder of one third of the Jewish people, along with countless members of other minorities, will forever be a warning to all people of the dangers of hatred, bigotry, racism and prejudice”.

And so this week, the UN and countries the world over will be commemorating the Holocaust.

Israel, however, is an exception. In 1951, when the Holocaust was still a horribly fresh memory from the immediate past which the majority of Israel’s population had personally experienced, the Knesset decided on 27 Nisan as the memorial date. This day has twin significance: first, this was the date of one of the fiercest battles of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising – the battle of 2nd May 1942, commanded by Marek Edelman, the commander of the bunker at Franciszkanska 30. Second, it is a week before the Memorial Day for fallen Israeli soldiers, which is itself the day before Israel Independence Day.

And so, two days to memorialise the Holocaust, representing two fundamentally different world-views. The UN marks 27 January, commemorating the day that Auschwitz was liberated; and Israel marks 27 Nisan, commemorating the Warsaw Ghetto uprising and (indirectly) connecting to Israeli independence.

While secular humanism has long since replaced Christian theology as the dominant ideology of Western society, the teachings and culture of two millennia of Christianity still have enormous influence over Western relationship to Jews. And since Western civilisation is the dominant force among the intelligentsia (even if not among the masses) in much of the world, the UN Resolution is indicative of the way in which Christian (or post-Christian) civilisation relates to Jews.

Christian (or post-Christian) civilisation chose the day that Auschwitz was liberated, reflecting this Christian (and post-Christian) attitude to Jews. Because Christianity has its paradigm of the “perfect Jew”, arguably the most famous Jew in history, the Jew whom most Europeans for most of Europe’s history have worshipped. The “perfect Jew” in Christian (and post-Christian) theology is the Jew who walks calmly and unresistingly to his own death; the Jew who is pre-destined to be crucified (or shot, or gassed), because that is his mission in life; the Jew who, by his death, expiates the sins of mankind.

In Christian (and post-Christian) theology, the perfect Jew is the Jew who, as the Roman executioners nail him to the cross, raises his eyes in mute prayer: “Father forgive them, for they know not what they do”. The perfect Jew is the one who, in his death-agony, declaims: “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?”

What the Jew must never do is raise a sword (or a gun) and fight back. The fighting Jew is definitely not in the script of Christian (and post-Christian) theology. The Jew in the Warsaw Ghetto who raised a knife, a pistol, a rifle, a hand-grenade, who fought the Nazis, who killed the murderers, is an aberration for Christian (and post-Christian) theology.

So Christian (and post-Christian) civilisation cannot memorialise the Jew who fights, cannot honour the memory of the Jews who died fighting in the Warsaw Ghetto.

The Jewish State and Jewish communities commemorate the Holocaust as a time when Jews were murdered, but also as a time when Jews fought back and killed and died with weapons in their hands. Christian (and post-Christian) civilisation memorialises Jews who died in the gas chambers and were shot in mass graves, unresisting and unprotesting, and whose sole salvation lay in the Gentile armies which defeated the Nazis – epitomised by the Red Army which rolled into Auschwitz on 27 January 1945. The deaths of those Jews – the “good” Jews, even the “perfect” Jews – “will forever be a warning to all people of the dangers of hatred, bigotry, racism and prejudice”, and thereby expiate the sins of humanity.

Just as a Jew, crucified by the Romans as a Jew, was taken over by Christianity for universal salvation, so too the Holocaust directed primarily against the Jews has been hijacked by Western civilisation as a universal “warning to all people of the dangers of hatred, bigotry, racism and prejudice”.

And this applies, mutatis mutandis, to the Jewish state – the only state in the world which is expected to risk its citizens’ lives, even its very existence, for the sake of peace. Israel is expected to play the rôle of the perfect Jew: to go calmly and unresistingly to its own death, and thus to appease its enemies – to die in order to expiate the sins of mankind.
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This Might Be A Consequence Of Mr. Mesika Bringing In Xtians To The Shomron


 - This [that Arabs desecrated Joseph’s Tomb in Shechem] might be a consequence of Mr. Mesika's government bringing in xtians to the Shomron. He buys in to the narrative that they help keep the Muslims at bay. The truth however is that Hashem is a jealous  G-d, He watches closely what we are doing here, on His Land, and therefore playing mean little anti-Torah tricks and shortcuts can't help us and they won’t work: Quite the opposite, they anger Hashem, our G-d, and so He may send us even more and more vicious enemies.
- This is talkback # 7 on 'Disgusting Defacement' by Arabs of Tomb of Yosef
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The Truth Is Different

 - The first and tallest bar on the bar-chart, with 33.4% of the total, belongs to the non voting public. This means that the real message that comes out from these elections is a solid NO CONFIDENCE in the "democratic" system. Jews voted for Hashem, for our G-d, more than 3000 years ago under the Mount in Sinai for all generations and one third of us still remember and just won't give up on this: G-d bless you, good Jews, let's continue to serve Hashem, not these arrogant knesset monkies and their silly man-made laws!

- This is talkback # 1 on Arab media: Farewell Oslo Accords
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We Won! Again: No Confidence In This Hellenistic System

B"H - After the elections in '09 I wrote: We Won! The situation has not changed and with 33,4% the non voting public is still the biggest block in '12. Here below is what I wrote then and what I think and say today:

"With nearly 40% we, the non voting public, are the real winners! We are the biggest block here, bigger than Likud, bigger than Kadima, bigger than Labor, bigger than the Left and bigger than the Right. The first and highest bar on bar-chart is ours. So, we should open our mouths bigger than ever and shout our reasons more loudly than ever. We should voice and voice again and again our NO CONFIDENCE in the "democratic" system, not because it is corrupt and insufficient in terms of decision-making but because it is: Hellenistic. Let's not forget that the knesset is NOT a Torah institution and as Jews our duty in possessing the Land of Israel is to separate ourselves from it (the concept of havdalah), appoint a king, the Sanhedrin, just Torah courts in every village and provide a workplace for the cohanim, The Temple on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The Jews voted for Hashem under the Mount in Sinai for all generations more than 3000 years ago and every election shows the relative majority of the Israelis understand this basic truth and still hold by it. Nowhere in the Torah it says "vote yourselves a knesset of Jews and Arabs, of men and women, to provide man-made laws for you to follow, instead of My Torah". Therefore, there is no way we shall stop fighting for our fundamental Jewish right to have a Jewish State on the Land of Israel, one with our Jewish, Torah institutions. Subscribe to www.thetorahrevolution.blogspot.com"

- This is a censored talkback on 19th Knesset to see Right, Left virtually tied
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Voting In Israel Is Forbidden According To Torah!

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Re # 1, 2

 - Eida Hareidit is not against the Land and it is not against the People of Israel, as you insinuate. They are against the goyshe State that rules G-d's Land and G-d's People and to call these holy Jews "erev rav" is outright blasphemous: If your Zionism was Judaism it would be called Judaism, no?

- This is a censored talkback on Video, Photos: Satmar Rebbe Arrives in Israel
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What A Waste Of PPE

 - What a waste of PPE (Posting Power & Energy). Don't vote, don't put your hopes and aspirations in knesset, in a non-Torah institution on the Land! Don't forget, we voted for Hashem, for our G-d, under the Mount in Sinai and that we voted for Him for all generations! On this upcoming secular feast holiday let's remember that this secular State did not have a day of peace since its establishment on G-d's Holy Land, so let's show Hashem our love and our fear of Him and not of this State, of its knesset, of its supreme court or of its IDF and as promised, He will surely show us His appreciation by removing the enemies He puts up for us, to test us.

- This is talkback # 10 on Poll: Likud-Beiteinu down to 32 Knesset seats
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Mice & Liars

 – “When there are no men, be a man!” G-d bless you Jack Teitel, for carrying the torch alone, in a sea of mice and liars!

- This is talkback # 32 on  'Jewish terrorist' Jack Teitel convicted
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Convicted By Whom?

 - Jack Teitel is convicted by whom? By a "judge" of the State, sitting under the State's emblem that incorporates a Menorah. Boo-hoo to deception!

- This is a censored talkback on 'Jewish terrorist' Jack Teitel convicted
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On Appeasing Terrorists

- [Israeli Amb. to the UN] Prosor: "Every roadside bombing, every suicide attack, and every act of terrorism begins with words and thoughts of hate. It begins with Al Qaida websites that turn suicide bombers into Jihadi celebrities. It begins with Hezbollah summer camps that use arts and crafts to glorify martyrdom and teach bomb-making skills to children."

- ABY: No, I'm sorry Mr. Ambassador, but according to Muslim law Jihad gets activated by them seeing that they have a chance. Israeli and Western appeasement policies provoke terrorism, not hate. Hate is a given, we can't change that. We can only change our policies: The more  "peace" plans and humanitarian and political aid we offer them, the more aggressive they will get and it is really unfortunate that intelligent thinkers in decision-making positions can't or don't want to see their world-view and instead insist to go for the deadly, politically correct, Oslo narrative. Please see this Dry Bones cartoon on the subject-matter.

- This is a feedback on Statement by Amb Prosor at UN Security Council Debate on Counter-terrorism
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Would Be GREAT But Isn't

 - If Netanyahu would "move Israel down a path toward near-total isolation" would be just GREAT. But as a secular, he doesn't, unfortunately: His false god is America. Just Say YES To No: Don't vote for anti-Torah knesset!

- This is a censored talkback on Report: Obama said 'Israel doesn't know what's good for it'

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On The Upcoming Elections In Israel

- This whole vote-mania is a deception, a goyshe system over-imposed on the Jews. Jews should not vote [for knesset], we voted for Hashem, to our G-d, under the Mount in Sinai. Plus, political part-ies may be illegal under Jewish Law as we don't supposed to divide the nation. In conclusion, democracy may be good for the nations, but for the Jews in Israel it is a disaster per definition.

- This is a comment on Fixing the System
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Let's Use This Opportunity To Show Support To Hashem, To Our G-d!

 - There are a few points here, on different levels: First off, political part-ies are illegal in Judaism, in as much as we are clearly not supposed to divide the nation. This is one. Two, we voted for Hashem under the Mount in Sinai, for all generations. Can we replace that vote with a vote for knesset, a non-Torah institution on the Land today? The answer is no, No and NO, as Jews we have to pretend our Torah institutions, the Temple on the Temple Mount in Yerushalayim, the Sanhedrin and Torah courts in every village and a king to enforce Torah Law. Knesset, its elections and its man-made-laws are irrelevant: Let's show support to Hashem, to our G-d, and abstain from the vote for the arrogant!

- This is a comment on Are We Being Hoodwinked? More About the Israeli Election Campaign
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Like It Or Not

 - Sorry Ben Ilan at Bar Ilan, for certain "licences" we have to apply to Hashem, to our G-d, not to the State, even if they don't teach this to you in law school.

- This is talkback # 39 on Fatherhood license revoked
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Let's Say NO To Xtian Settlement In The Shomron

B"H - It means Xtians, No Blessing. It's a play on the words, as Blessing is also the name of a Jewish village where xtians set up base-camp.

- This is a comment on With Christians There Is No Blessing
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On The Israeli Elections

B"H - I voted today! I held my election-certificate between my thumb and index finger and with great satisfaction let it fall into the waste bin.  May my fellow Jews recognize Hashem as our King today as we voted for Him for all generations under the Mount in Sinai!

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The Hanin Zoaby Myth

B"H -  Hanin Zoabi did not have to be "involved in the violence" on the Marmara in order to disqualify from knesset. The fact that she was on the ship is enough. Why? Because it wasn't a Mediterranean pleasure cruse. The ship was on a mission and the mission was to support Hamas, which is an organization on the terrorist list. When A=B=C, we learn that A=C, that is to say that Ms. Zoabi is a terrorist supporter and as a terrorist supporter she should have been banned from knesset. Jews are banned for much, much less in the past and the fact that Mr. Zaher raises his voice against Israel in general and against the attorney general in particular should teach the decision makers in this country about the uselessness of trying to appease the Arab minority with affermative actions: As it is a hostile minority bent on distruction, the more one gives them, the more they will pretend in an endless spiral of what effectively is a death-dance.

- This is talkback # 6 on Cover-up led to anti-Zoabi campaign
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