From bill, who does NOT live in Eretz Yisrael:
High ranking homosexuals in law enforcement system influenced Supreme Court's decision to aggravate former Shas minister's punishment, his brother claims Daniel Edelson
Published: 06.24.09, 13:19 / Israel News
A conspiracy of top-ranking homosexuals was behind the Supreme Court's decision to aggravate the sentence of former Shas Minister Shlomo Benizri, his brother, Rabbi David Benizri charged on Wednesday.
Earlier Wednesday the Supreme Court granted the State's appeal and decided to send Benizri to four years in prison, instead of the original punishment of 18 months. The former minister was also ordered to pay a fine of NIS 250,000 (about $63,555).
Benizri was convicted by the Jerusalem's District Court in April 2008 on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust, committed during his tenure as labor and welfare minister. Both the State and Benizri appealed the original sentence.
"The entire system has tuned Shlomo Benizri into its target," said the brother. "He was a man who wasn't afraid to say what we, as religious Jews, did not dare utter.
There are a lot of gays in the courts, the Knesset, the police and the State Prosecution, and I guess many Jews in the law enforcement system did not like to hear the truth."
David Benizri recounted that he used to tell his brother that "those who threaten this clique pay a price. I told him this a long time ago – I said, keep your head down, be careful what you say, but he said that he plans to keep on telling the truth because this was the way of the Torah."
He added, "I prayed to our father in heaven not to punish him, but he is allowed to say no. God almighty told me that he wanted my brother to carry on his mission in prison. He will even make the gays in jail become religious – there are plenty of Torah lessons to give there."
Aviad Glickman contributed to the report
I GOT THIS ARTICLE THROUGH GOOGLE.
HOWEVER, IF YOU GO TO YNET NOW, THIS ARTICLE BRINGS UP THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE:
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(Signed off: bill)
DS comments: COME TO THINK OF IT, IT MAKES SENSE: THE TIMING IS JUST PERFECT, GIVING THE GAYS A HAPPY BIRTHDAY PRESENT, WHILE PUNISHING THE EVIL RELIGIOUS JEW WHO DARED OPPOSE THE JERUSALEM GAY PARADE AND THE WHOLE GAY MOVEMENT IN ISRAEL.
BARRY CHAMISH'S COMMENTS:
LEVY, (YIGAL) AMIR'S JUDGE.
DS: GOODNESS! NOW YOU SEE HOW THEY ARE ALL IN BED TOGETHER! SIMPLY DISGUSTING AND SHOCKING.
Update on the Supreme Court: A view of Aharon Barak,its previous President
Aharon Barak: Jews Want to Throw Arabs into the Sea
Tammuz 4, 5769, 26 June 09 09:56
by Maayana Miskin
(Israelnationalnews.com) Former Supreme Court President Aharon Barak revealed his political views Thursday at a conference on Lawmakers for Human Rights. In his lecture, Barak described himself as “a great believer in the concept of 'a state of all its citizens.'”
Barak said, however, that Israel can be both a democratic Jewish state and a state that treats all citizens equally. “A Jew has precedence when it comes to Aliyah [immigration], but as soon as he gets here, his rights should be equal to those of an Arab,” he explained.
Barak also criticized Israel's presence in Judea and Samaria as an “occupation,” and said the Israeli presence there leads to human rights offenses and racism elsewhere in Israel.
The situation has reached the point where Jews wish to throw Arabs into the sea, Barak claimed. “If you ask a Jew if he's in favor of human rights, he'll say 'Of course.' If you ask him if he's in favor of throwing the Arabs into the sea, he'll say 'Of course.' He sees no contradiction between the two,” Barak told his audience.
"A state of all its citizens" is a phrase used by those in Israel who do not want Israel defined as a Jewish state, and is most closely associated with Azmi Bishara and his Balad party. Former MK Bishara escaped Israel after being suspected of treason. His party was disqualified from running for the Knesset but the High Court annulled the disqualification.
Members of Knesset from the political right said Barak's speech proved that the extreme left has power over Israel's justice system. “Barak's words bear witness to the post-Zionist takeover of the courts,” said MK Yariv Levin of Likud.
MK Michael Ben-Ari of the National Union said, “The former Supreme Court President's speech, and his support for the anti-Zionist concept of 'a state of its citizens,' prove that the Supreme Court's agenda has been taken from the platforms of [MK] Ahmed Tibi and [former MK] Azmi Bishara.”
"Today, more than ever, we see the need to change the panel of judges in the Supreme Court in order to save the Jewish state,” he concluded.
See also the post: Poor Ben Izri doesn't understand....