Testimony of Violence at Havat Gilad
Protest in Jerusalem - Reaction to Police Violence at Havat Gilad
- Al Cuppett was right, I think: read below.
The response of the brutalized Jews is simply pathetic: see
Is this how we respond to people who try to kill us??? Not to mention Itamar Ben-Gvir's and co's knee-jerk response to go take it out on the Arabs - one more good reason to give the government to assault us in Kiryat Arba? - If I hadn't been told that he works for the government, I would begin to believe it now for sure - unless we are dealing with insanity, but that is not the case.
Where is an EFFECTIVE response to this all-out assault against us, Israeli citizens, by the Israeli government and their Vatican-NWO bosses??
More on that topic on the Barry Chamish show tonight.
- "... WHEN YOU HAVE THESE MASKS ON COPS YOU NEVER KNOW WHO IS SHOOTING .
Netanyahu Says Nationalists ‘Do Not Live in This World’
Following the police violence against Chavat Gilad residents, who threw stones at the police firing at them with rubber bullets, the Prime Minister told his Likud party officials, "People do not understand where they live. If you do not live in the real world, it is possible to disregard everything, and I suggest that they start being wary in order to protect the existing construction. What is at stake is the new and existing construction,” referring to major Jewish population centers in Judea and Samaria.
"There is construction in Judea and Samaria," Netanyahu said. "It's true that in some places there are no tenders and that is being checked, but we are currently making efforts to maintain the existing construction."
Prime Minister Netanyahu added, "We are in a very difficult international situation; the U.S. veto in the UN Security Council was achieved with great effort. We could ignore everything and say 'no problem,' but as the prime minister who bears esponsibility for this country, I have to be responsible."
The recent American veto at the United Nations Security Council prevented passage of a Lebanese-sponsored resolution condemning Israel for building homes for Jews in Judea and Samaria.
Likud Minister Dan Meridor, whose political stand places him on the far left flank of the Likud party, was more explicit than the Prime Minister.
Speaking on Voice of Israel government radio Tuesday morning, he stated that the government needs to concern itself with holding on to the “consensus” that would allow Israel to retain major Jewish population centers in Judea and Samaria.
However, that “consensus” may be history. George W. Bush, when he was president of the United States, wrote a letter to the Israeli government promising that areas such as Maaleh Adumim, a city east of Jerusalem, and the Gush Etzion communities south of the capital would remain in Israel under a future agreement with the Palestinian Authority.
U.S. President Barack Obama has said he is not bound by the promise, arguing that it is not legally binding, putting America in the position of a government not standing up to a previous government's committments.
The Obama administration seems to agree with the Palestinian Authority position that the PA should have sovereignty over all of Judea and Samaria, but it thinks that the issue can only be resolved in face-to-face discussions and not through resolutions at the United Nations. PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has refused to talk with Israel without a commitment to meet all of its demands, including the surrender of the Old City, with the Western Wall and Temple Mount, and other areas of the capital where more than 250,000 Jews live. He has stated that the hundreds of thousands of Jews in Judea and Samaria would have to leave, making it Judenrein.
"We all want to strengthen the settlements and therefore we ought not ignore reality,” Prime Minister Netanyahu continued as he explained his comments to the Likud audience. "We are a few weeks after one Quartet decision, after the U.S. veto, before another Quartet decision, and therefore we must consider the reality in which we live. When there is a changing world order in the Middle East, there are those who seek an easy but irresponsible solution, and we won't help them with that."
Police Give New Immigrant 9th Grader Rough Welcome at Protest
One eyewitness said that police hit a rabbi who was only standing on the sidewalk at the entrance to Jerusalem. Police violently arrested approximately 10 young teenagers from the Mercaz HaRav High School in Jerusalem and three ninth graders from a school in Beit El, in Samaria.
The Spanish immigrant speaks broken Hebrew and his friends are afraid of his fate at the hands of police. They said that no one knows what has happened to him and the other youth who were arrested.
Besides the protests at the entrance to Jerusalem, Women in Green activists fanned out through Judea and Samaria at night and pasted hundreds of stickers that stated in Hebrew, “Bibi, in Chavat Gilad, you have shot yourself in the leg.”
Tuesday morning, the posters were in full view of motorists as nationalist leaders try to reawaken supporters who have become accustomed to demolitions and an erosion of former “red lines” in talks with the Palestinian Authority.
The residents of Chavat Gilad accused the police of opening fire with rubber bullets, wounding 15 people. As the incident reached the headlines of local media, the police categorically stated they did not shoot rubber bullets but only used paint guns.
Sign:Bibi, in Chavat Gilad You Have Shot Yourself in the Leg!
By Tuesday morning, the police admitted they shot rubber bullets, usually used only in cases of mass riots, but explained their employment was necessary because of stone throwing by Chavat Gilad residents.
Israeli mainstream media have denounced the resistance of residents at Chavat Gilad. Voice of Israel government radio interviewed Defense Minister Ehud Barak shortly after the demolitions but did not question him about the police violence.
Police to Hold Enforcement Operation in Binyamin
As part of the operation, patrol vehicles will be deployed on main roads in various communities throughout the area.
Police Chief: Now is the Time for Restraint
Following the meeting, Cohen said that now as the time "to show responsibility and restraint, and prevent escalation. He said the police were ready for all apparent scenarios.
Windshields of Arab Cars Shattered near Hevron
Land of Israel activist Baruch Marzel said, "The prime minister and army's disregarding of the harming of Jews pushes the [Jewish] inhabitants [of Judea and Samaria] into a dangerous corner, and the one who decided to fire rubber bullets in Samaria set a fire."
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