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Friday, February 10, 2012

Pure terror, pure intimidation. Thank God cruel and corrupt Dorit Beinisch/Jezebel will soon be relegated to the dustbin of history, where I hope she rots forever..... counting the days!

איזבל!  Jezebel!


Shabbat Shalom. Besorot Tovot, good tidings to come. I was told that Shvat stands for '"Shenishmah Besorot Tovot". Two great pieces of news since Tu Bishvat - first the Hamodia article, now this - is the tide turning?

Here below, first the not so good that just happened; but then, the very good!


Overkill Charged in Kfar Tapuach Arrests

Police arrested two young women, 20,from Kfar Tapuach for suspected vandalsim in what friends and neighbors call 'harassment'
By Gavriel Queenann
First Publish: 2/10/2012, 12:08 P

Kfar Tapuach
Kfar Tapuach

A force of some 15 police and Shabak Israel Security Agency officers raided a home in Kfar Tapuach shortly before midnight last night and dragged two young women out into the night.
The detainees were identified as Moriah Goldberg, 20, of Kfar Tapuach, and Orian from Migron, also 20. Orian's last name was not immediately available. Moriah's parents, Lenny and Yael, said police gave no explanation for the young women's arrest at the time.
However, the Samaria and Judea District police announced, Friday, that they had arrested "three youths" from Jerusalem and Samaria (Shomron) on suspicion they caused damage to property in the building-supplies store belonging to a resident of village of Luban Ash-Sharqiyain in Samaria. They are also suspected of spraying grafitti at the site.
Luban Ash-Sharqiyain, which is an Arabic corruption of a Hebrew term meaning "East of Sharakia," is just 10 minutes by car from Kfar Tapuach.
A judge ordered at a remand hearing in Jerusalem at 11:00 on Friday that all three be held until next Tuesday when a hearing will be held.
A close friend of the Goldberg family who wished to remain anonymous told Arutz Sheva he did not believe the charges had any basis in reality.
"She's currently doing national service at the Gush Katif Museum in Jerusalem," the friend said, adding he had known the Goldberg family for 25 years.
"Its not like this is murder or genocide. Fifteen officers in four cars, it seems like overkill," they continued, adding that it appears police simply pulled Moriah's name off a list, based on regional proximity and her history of activism.
The friend related that during the 2005 Disengagement, Moriah - then 13 - and two other girls, were incarcerated for 40 days for participating in a peaceful protest against the destruction of Gush Katif.
"To hold a group of 13-year-old girls for 40 days was excessive," they said. "It was just a protest."
Prosecutors openly admitted their request for remand was based on ideological rather than security concerns, "...if the girls are released back to their homes, they will talk to other people there, tell them their stories and cause other people to participate in similar demonstrations."
At the time, civil rights attorneys described the lengthy detention, which should have lasted no more than a few hours, as "cruel, inhumane, and unwarranted."

Asher Grunis to Head Supreme Court

Supreme Court Justice Asher Grunis will take the helm of Israel's highest court as outgoing chief justice Dorit Benisch enters retirement.
By Gavriel Queenann
First Publish: 2/10/2012, 12:51 PM

Judge Asher Grunis
Judge Asher Grunis

Judge Asher Grunis was named president of Israel's Supreme Court Friday. He will asume his new post at the end of February.

Grunis' appointment was approved by the 9-member Judges Selection Committee with a majority of seven votes. MK David Rotem (Yisrael Beiteinu) abstained. Grunis, who also serves on the committee, also abstained.

Outgoing Chief Justice Dorit Beinisch and Justice Minister Yaakov Ne'eman informed Grunis of the appointment and offered their congratulations.
Grunis' appointment was made possible after the Knesset passed the "Grunis Law," which enables the committee to select a judge who is within three years of the mandatory retirement age for Supreme Court Judges – 70.
The incoming chief justice specializes in civil and commercial law, and is known to be a staunch proponent of civil liberties.

Grunis has a repuation as hardworking and a man of great personal integrity, who does not fraternize with politicians and avoids "judicial activism."

Judicial activism was a trademark of outgoing Chief Justice Dorit Benisch, who was frequently criticized for broad rulings that interfered with Knesset and government powers.
Indirectly referring to Benisch, Environmental Protection Minsiter Gilad Erdan praised him as "worthy" of his new role.
"I'm sure President Grunis will maintain the defense of civil rights and the prevention of injury against civilians, especially minorities, while leading a Supreme Court policy of self restraint out of a conception that not everything should be brought before the court and that there are things the public decides once every four years when it elects a government," Erdan said.
Asher Grunis was born in Tel Aviv in 1945. He graduated from the Hebrew University's School of Law in 1969, and has a Masters from the University of Virginia, and a PhD from Toronto's York University.
Grunis served as Dean of Law for the Tel Aviv University for over a decade. He served as a Beersheba District Court judge from 1988-1996, and as a Tel Aviv District Court judge from 1996-2002.
He was appointed to the Supreme Court in 2003.

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DS said...

SHmuel said:

Is it not great to see the beinish heading to any dustbin?

DS said...

Reply to SHmuel:

Yes, absolutely wonderful. The question is, how much harm can she still cause in the 18 days or less she still has left over? As I said, counting the days. Miracles do happen. Dov Bear Bar Lev had predicted that by Purim things would change completely, even mentioned Tu Bishvat as a date to watch. He was so right!

See the blog End of Days

Shabbat Shalom

DS said...

SHmuel replied:

Nothing we can do about such items. She will do as much harm as she can.
Otherwise I am sure she will earn relevant recompense.

DS said...

See this account of what happened :

Voice of Judea – News and commentary from Israel that we doubt you’ve seen

Two girls arrested during midnight raid on Kfar Tapuach

Israeli “Shin Bet” agents and special tactical policemen took position in the small Jewish Samarian village of Tapuach, declaring an unofficial curfew, and raiding several homes, Thursday night, shortly before midnight. The huge police presence dispersed after they arrested two teenage girls (one a minor), on charges of ripping a sack of sand in a nearby Arab village and spray painting an offensive slogan against Mohammed, “Mohammed is a pig”.

It appears that the “secret evidence” that police prosecutors showed a Jerusalem Magistrate court today, included none other than three short video clips that were taken from the scene, showing a girl making a cutting motion near the sack of sand, outside an Arab store in Luban-a-sharkia, an occupied Arab village several miles south of Tapuach.

Find here the three video clips:

Voice of Judea Commentary:

Thank G-d the Israeli secret police have nothing better to do with their time than to arrest young Jewish girls for the heinous crime of ripping sand bags and spray painting graffiti slogans. While the cops and troops were engaging the dangerous criminals in Tapuach, Arab terrorists were invading a nearby Jewish town, near Bracha.

DS said...

See here: she's out!

February 12 and 13, days of celebration in Israel.