A blog dedicated to investigating events as they occur in Judea and Samaria, in Israel and in the world, and as they relate to global powers and/or to the Israeli government, public figures, etc. It is dedicated to uncovering the truth behind the headlines; and in so doing, it strives to do its part in saving Judea and Samaria, and by extension, Israel and the Jewish People, from utter destruction at the hands of its many external and internal enemies.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

THIS is why Barak has to go. He has to be replaced, and the military rule over Israeli citizens abolished. Also: Petition prepared to incorporate the U.S. Second Amendment into the Basic Law of Israel.

 Housing Minister: Construction Freeze is in Barak’s Hands

Tammuz 22, 5770, 04 July 10 12:39
by Hillel Fendel
( Who’s in charge of government policy – Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu or Defense Minister Ehud Barak? Though Netanyahu heads the second-largest party, the largest bloc of parties, and the government itself, Housing Minister Ariel Attias of Shas feels that it is Defense Minister Ehud Barak who has the power to make some of the more important decisions.
Barak heads the Labor Party, which is currently the Knesset’s fourth-largest party. It has lost more than two-thirds of its strength over the last 18 years, dropping in the last six Knesset elections, from 44 seats in 1992 to only 13 today.
Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov (Israel Our Home) said on Sunday, “We are a nationalist government; Labor joined [only] because it is used to sitting in the coalition, and will remain because it has nowhere else to go. We must respect the US which agree to the ten-month freeze, but at the end of the ten months, we must end the freeze.”
Despite this, it appears that Barak might have the final word. This follows from the fact that Judea and Samaria is officially under military rule. Housing Minister Attias told Voice of Israel Radio on Sunday, “Even if the freeze ends, we will not be able to release tenders for construction in Judea and Samaria if Barak does not sign the requests for construction that have been lying on his desk. Regardless of whether the freeze is extended or not, without Barak’s signature there will be no construction.”
At a conference in the Knesset last week on the construction freeze, Yesha Council head Danny Dayan said that Barak must be pressured to be more lenient on Jewish housing requests in Judea and Samaria. When MK Michael Ben-Ari said that Dayan should be assigning the responsibility to Netanyahu, Dayan agreed that it was not perfectly clear whether it was Netanyahu leading Barak or the opposite.


That is why, as I keep repeating until I am blue in the face:


He has to be replaced. We have some good people who would make excellent defense ministers. Barak has to be ousted, as a first step, and then of course punished for his crimes against the Jews. Without doing that , we do NOT stand a chance of winning ANY war against ANY enemy.

 So, who is going to help get him ousted?

Please, do your part too.

Thank you.


Police: More Yesha Expulsions On the Way

Tammuz 20, 5769, 12 July 09 10:54
by Yehudah Lev Kay
( On Sunday morning, the police said they have plans to take down 11 buildings in Judea and Samaria. The announcement came less than a week after Defense Minister Ehud Barak warned he would take down 23 outposts.
Israel is demonstrating a will to meet the U.S. demands [to freeze construction in Judea and Samaria],” Barak said last week after meeting with U.S. envoy George Mitchell in London. The only concrete step the Defense Minister mentioned was “evacuating 23 outposts over the next few weeks and months.”The police did not take long to implement Barak’s policy in the field, and sent a letter to Samaria Council head Gershon Mesika warning him to take down 11 unauthorized buildings in several communities by Sunday, after which the police would do so themselves.
The 11 buildings are structures built in existing communities and outposts including Yitzhar, Havat Gilad, Har Bracha, Havot Yair, Itamar, and Mevo Dotan. In some cases, the buildings are nothing more than a ritual bath or a man-made pool, but in others they are residences.
“Ever since this government was established, the situation on the ground in Judea and Samaria has only gotten worse,” said Yossi Dagan, spokesman for the Samaria Council. “The Defense Ministry led by Ehud Barak is acting like an extension of the U.S. State Department and has not ceased to chase after the communities in Judea and Samaria and their residents.”
Activists on the ground report that the police have formed a new unit to deal exclusively with evacuations in Judea and Samaria. The force, which is composed of Border Guard police officers, regular police officers, elite police forces, and mounted units, recently trained for evacuation scenarios in the IDF Adam facility near Modi’in.
“The police are planning on starting with these 11 small sites in existing communities and then moving on to bigger evacuations,” said Akiva HaCohen, a Samaria activist. “This new unit has nothing to do with defense and nothing to do with terror. It was created exclusively to destroy Jewish sites in Judea and Samaria.”

MK Yaakov Katz (Ketzaleh) condemned the police’s decision to destroy structures in Judea and Samaria. “The police should focus first on the thousands of illegal Arab structures in the Negev and the Galilee,” he said on Army Radio. “I call on every family in Judea and Samaria to have another child this year,” he said, “and in 50 years there will be 1,000,000 people in Yesha.”

Make sure to read all the comments to the article....

...And my own comment to the above article:

Ketzaleh, who is supposed to represent us, is a hopeless wimp. Will he allow a MERCENARY ARMY to severely hurt, possibly and most likely KILL his fellow Jews, without peeping a word? Where is his fighting spirit? Where is his HOLY WAR FOR AM YISRAEL, AGAINST THIS INTERNAL ENEMY, THIS FIFTH COLUMN, THIS "DEFENSE MINISTER", WHO IS IN FACT A PROXY FOR THE EXTERNAL ENEMY, THE NWO?

Is Ketzaleh blind, or ignorant? Doesn't he KNOW WHO BARAK WORKS FOR? Is this unforgivable weakness on Ketzaleh's part, or is it just one more betrayal, by the very party that should defend our rights, the party of the LAND OF ISRAEL?

Is this the only response he can find: to have babies - how long does it take to make a baby?  We are talking IMMEDIATE DANGER HERE: why is he not addressing the REAL ISSUE?

 All the other right-wing and religious MK's, SHAME ON YOU TOO! Why don't you fight our war? What were you elected for? Whom do you represent? Will you let this crime go unchecked???


 Barak Gaining Influence, Meeting With Fayyad

Tammuz 23, 5770, 05 July 10 09:22
by Hillel Fendel
( With declining influence in the party he leads, Defense Minister Ehud Barak  is assigned more responsibility within the government – meeting with PA prime minister Salam Fayyad today.
Barak Supports Unilateral Withdrawals
Though generally talks with foreign entities are led by the Foreign Minister, Defense Minister Barak is scheduled to meet with Fayyad at 1:30 this afternoon. No details have been provided on location or on the agenda to be discussed.

Famous for his unilateral withdrawal from Lebanon a decade ago, his offer of 98% of Judea and Samaria to Yasser Arafat seven years ago, and his recent praise for the unilateral withdrawal from Gaza of five years ago, Barak has apparently been recently assigned a position of strong influence in the Netanyahu government in the framework of talks with the Palestinian Authority. Barak told reporters last week that a meeting was to be held, and said, “This is not the first time we are meeting... I assume we will talk about the situation on the ground and security coordination.”
Netanyahu to WashingtonPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, on his way today (Monday) to Washington to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama, called yesterday for direct talks with the PA. He said that the time has come for PA chairman Abbas to meet with him directly. “One who wants peace is not afraid of direct talks,” he said.
More Pressure FearedIsrael agreed to a ten-month freeze on Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria simply in order to get the PA to agree to indirect talks. It is now feared that Israel will be pressured to agree to the continuation of the freeze in order to enable direct talks.
Barak Under Fire Within PartyBarak, for his part, has long been under fire within his own Labor Party, and tensions between him and others have intensified in recent days. Former party leader Binyamin Ben-Eliezer, currently the Industry and Trade Minister, yelled at Barak and threatened him in front of reporters and party members yesterday.

The issue concerned Ben-Eliezer’s secret meeting with Turkey’s Foreign Minister last week. Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman was not informed in advance of the meeting, and publicly criticized Prime Minister Netanyahu for this. Barak, for his part, capitalized on the tensions by telling Lieberman and reporters that he had opposed the meeting – which angered Ben-Eliezer, who said that Barak had told him privately that he supported the meeting.
Barak does not enjoy great support within his abbreviated, 13-MK, left-wing faction. Many of the MKs do not support the party’s membership in the Netanyahu coalition.
On the nationalist side of the spectrum, Netanyahu has been criticized for giving Barak too much say in political matters, particularly the construction freeze. Barak has unilaterally expanded the freeze to include more than the original Cabinet decision stipulated.,7340,L-3914973,00.html

 Things are not going well for us. Bibi is giving him even more power, while he is losing ground within his own party. I guess Bibi and Barak are on the same page after all. Not good!
We need to pray hard for the downfall of this big Rasha.


And, just on time for the Fourth of July, here is a very important comment sent by Anonymous:

One would imagine that in a self proclaimed "democracy" such as Israel, the US Constitution would serve as trail blazer for us as well.

My estimate is that many of the gruesome acts against civilians here would be rather reduced if the equivalent of the Second Amendment would be in place.

News Alert: Supreme Court extends gun rights nationwide, casts doubt on Chicago-area handgun bans
10:11 AM EDT Monday, June 28, 2010

The U.S. Supreme Court extended the reach of the constitutional right to bear arms by saying it binds state and local governments as well as the federal government.

For more information, visit

Petition is being prepared for the Knesset's review incorporating within the Basic Law here an identical copy of the US Constitution Second  Amendment.

My response:



DS said...

Anonymous said:

Now as to what to do.
Prepare to survive and help those that show an interest to survive.
There are significant numbers of those that have seen the truth.
Trying to stem the rush into another Holocaust by the rest is not a good investment of valuable time.They are either mortal enemies or congenital morons.
Within two years the final clash will take place if the unJews do not surrender first. In the last case mass murder will also take place.

DS said...

Anonymous said:

Excellent start and we must hammer that constantly.


DS said...

Anonymous writes:

We must promote GOOD alternatives, Caroline Glick, Professor Aumman, Sarah Honig, Professor Plaut, and others.

DS said...
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DS said...

E. wrote:

Thanks again for your work on behalf of all of us.

I think HaShem has already given us the key to success.

People have already mobilized in large groups--for Gilad Shalit,
Jonathan Pollard, the haredi parents, and so is clear to me
that all our troubles come from the same let this unite us.
see what I mean?? no need to start from scratch.

With blessings

DS said...

DS replied:

E., I am sorry, but I don't agree with you.

This battle is not the same as the battles you mention: yes, we are fighting one enemy, the supreme court, etc.

But here, we are talking Pikuach Nefesh. Remember Amona. These people are MURDERERS, and will not hesitate to kill people who feel come in their way. We are talking destruction of homes, refugees, etc. like in Gush Katif and worse. Not exactly on the same level as which school kids go to.

Is ousting Barak part of your battle too?

DS said...

E. retorted: you remember what happened the day Gilad got kidnapped? I don't remember
who was in power at the time, but the government member responsible
for the soldiers was busy on the phone trading on the stock market
based on the inside information he had--instead of saving the boys.

...and Jonathan Pollard risked his life for Israel, and our leaders
abandoned him too.

...and the haredi parents and their friends want to bring down this
government as much as you do...

...and Judea and Samaria...and is all one betrayal...all the
above, and this.

and when we see we are all one, in the same boat against this common
evil, why don't you think HaShem will bless us with
success...especially now, during the three weeks?

And what difference does it make if one has a small problem compared
to someone else's big problem? HaShem cares for every one of us,
great and small, the big problems as well as the the small problems.
And as Jews we should emulate HaShem, each caring for the
other...moshiach certainly will care about all the people
as a true leader should.

Imagine every one of us seeing the truth--why do you give in to the
liars who try to pit one group against the other? You know, I think I
believe you more than you believe yourself.

And to answer your question, yes. Get Barak out--on both sides of the ocean!

DS said...

DS replied:

E., Maybe I misunderstood your plea. Of course, we need to stand together, for sure. But unfortunately there are some members of Klal Yisrael who disregard the needs of the other parts... and it is not mutual.

Unfortunately some members of Klal Yisrael only preoccupy themselves with what happens to their small group. That is not right, and not the way to go.

Other than that, I agree with you fully.

And whether Hashem will have mercy on us: you are right, it is all in His Hands. We still do have to do our part, I think, we cannot and should not rely on miracles. If we merit miracles, so be it, but meanwhile, even when conquering the Land, ALL the Tribes had to contribute to the effort, we could not have some tribes resting in peace while the others went to war. Yes, Hashem made tremendous miracles for Am Yisrael during the first conquest, yet the people had to make a very great effort.

I see the same situation here.

DS said...

E. concluded:

I think the time is ripe for us to stand together...that some groups
disregard the needs of others is at least in part because of the Liars
in whose interest it is to sow disunity. Our "leaders" are
unfortunately emulating the Arab "leaders" who deflect the people's
misery from rage toward the self-serving leaders, where it belongs, to
rage against the Jews. Our "leaders" have done the hard part--to
create the outrage--and the easy part is to gently show where the
outrage belongs.