[Freemanlist2] Freemanlist2 Digest, Vol 10, Issue 49

HaDaR-Israel at verizon.net HaDaR-Israel at verizon.net
Fri Jun 15 10:57:34 CDT 2007


The "mamlachtiim" (not only Amidror) are STUCK in their conceptions and  
won't do it.

In any case, they have been brainwashing our soldiers with Prof. Assa  
Kasher's SHTUYOTH in the new UN-Ethical Code of TsaHa"L for the last  
thirteen years, and our young soldiers are NOT psychologically able any  
longer to think in terms of DEFEATING THE ENEMY (idea that is no longer  
in TsaHa"L's Code); BESIDES, for the Israeli media, intellectuals and  
talking heads, and politicians, there is no more enemy: just peace  
partners and potential partners, which INCLUDES THE HAMAS !

Shabbath Shalom and Chodesh Tov!

sergio HaDaR tezza

On 15 Jun 2007, at 19:20, Dr. Donald Salem wrote:

> Re:Amidror's article.
>  It is far too late to prevent Hamastan from realizing itself.  Forget  
> about
> "stopping" it.  It must be treated as a war enemy and dealt with the  
> way war
> is conducted.
> Don Salem, D.D.S.
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>>   1. Prof. Paul Eidelberg -The Peres-Shas Nexus: A Commentary on
>>      the Religious Parties (Freeman Center For Strategic Studies)
>>   2. Amidror: Israel Must Stop Gaza from Becoming Hamastan + Arab
>>      Mother planned suicide attack in TA
>>      (Freeman Center For Strategic Studies)
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>> The Peres-Shas Nexus:
>> A Commentary on the Religious Parties
>>
>> Prof. Paul Eidelberg
>>
>> Just as Shas is partly responsible for the Oslo Agreement, hence, for
>> Oslo?s degradation of Israel, so it is partly responsible for making
>> Shimon Peres, Oslo?s architect president of Israel?the latest  
>> degradation
>> of the so-called Jewish state.
>>
>> The Shas-Peres nexus goes back almost 20 years as may be seen in  
>> Attorney
>> Howard Grief?s November 12, 1998 article ?Why Israel Needs an  
>> Independent
>> Counsel? (a proposal initiated by the present writer).
>>
>> Grief made an exhaustive study of an improper relationship which  
>> existed
>> between the Labor and Shas parties between 1988 and 1996 during which  
>> time
>> Peres was the key player.
>>
>> On January 11, 1993 a special Report of the State Comptroller was
>> published which detailed a cosy relationship between Shas and Labor  
>> based
>> on illegal payments made in violation of the criminal laws and the  
>> Party
>> Financing Law. The Report stated that a deal was made between the two
>> parties on October 6, 1989 under which Shas agreed to back Labor in  
>> the
>> Histadrut elections of that year in return for monthly consecutive
>> payments of 110,000 NIS (about $55,000 in U.S. funds at the time)  
>> which
>> were spread out over a three-year period lasting significantly until  
>> the
>> end of 1992, six months after the June 23rd national elections.
>>
>> These political payments by Labor to Shas continued despite a Supreme
>> Court decision in February 1991, which barred any kind of payoffs or
>> financial benefits between parties. By receiving illegal and secret
>> payments, Shas in effect became transformed into a religious Sephardic
>> affiliate of the Labor Party, totally beholden to its wishes in the  
>> field
>> of foreign affairs and the peace process.
>>
>> It was therefore not surprising that the Shas Party under the ?  
>> spiritual
>> leadership of ? Rabbi Ovadia Yosef agreed to join the Labor-Meretz
>> Coalition Government in 1992 which helped to initiate the illegal Oslo
>> peace process and at the same time brought it further financial  
>> rewards
>> and political honors.
>>
>> This was done despite [Shas?s] false promise to its voters to never  
>> again
>> join a proposed Labor Government as it was poised to do in March 1990  
>> and
>> despite the fact that its voters belonged largely to the nationalist  
>> side
>> of the political spectrum whose beliefs were inimical to the radical
>> leftist [Labor-Meretz] coalition that was being formed [and without  
>> which
>> the Oslo Agreement would not have seen the light of day].
>>
>> The Shas commitment to Labor, born out of an illegal and corrupt deal,
>> allowed Rabin to set up a government with a Jewish majority, without  
>> the
>> need to co-opt the Arab parties, a step he ruled out in advance to  
>> give a
>> sense of legitimacy to his Government considering that his
>> anti-nationalistic bloc of parties together with the Arab parties  
>> neither
>> won the majority nor the plurality of the popular vote, though he did  
>> win
>> a majority of the Knesset seats thanks to the Shas switch-over.
>>
>> However, that legitimacy was totally undermined by the fact that the  
>> Shas
>> entry into the Rabin Government was never democratically approved by  
>> its
>> own voters who likely would have disapproved of it had they been  
>> consulted
>> [something precluded by the lack of direct personal election of  
>> members of
>> the Knesset].
>>
>> The enormity of the corruption that was revealed in the State
>> Comptroller?s Report was stunning. It amounted to outright bribery,  
>> public
>> fraud, illegal enticement and solicitation on a scale unprecedented in
>> Israeli political history. It is no exaggeration to say that Labor
>> actually bought the 1992 elections, as the State Comptroller was  
>> reported
>> to have remarked in an interview after publication of the Report  
>> [emphasis
>> added].
>>
>> A great outcry greeted the release of the Comptroller?s Report, but ?
>> lasted only a day or so and caused no political crisis or demands for  
>> a
>> new election. Nor were any legal steps ever taken to prosecute those
>> responsible in the Labor Party for bribing and illegally enticing  
>> Shas to
>> join Labor in forming a government [an indication of the absence of  
>> the of
>> law in a country whose judicial elites are forever intoning that  
>> mantra] ?
>>
>> After the scandal disappeared from view and with no judicial scrutiny
>> because of the inaction of the Attorney-General, Shas continued to  
>> benefit
>> handsomely from Labor Party largesse, although now the benefits came  
>> in
>> the form of legal Government grants from the coffers of the tax-payers
>> rather than from the coffers of the Labor Party as before?.
>>
>> Now let us recall United Torah Judaism, which, in effect, was  
>> promised 290
>> million shekels to make position the formation the 2004 Sharon-led
>> coalition government, even though Sharon had adopted the Labor Party?s
>> ?unilateral disengagement? Plan.
>>
>> By making it possible for that ersatz coalition to obtain a Knesset
>> majority, United Torah Judaism signed the death warrant of the 25  
>> Jewish
>> communities in Gaza and northern Samaria .  UTJ is therefore  
>> complicit in
>> the expulsion of some 10,000 Jews from their homes, farms, and  
>> factories,
>> the destruction of their schools and synagogues, hence the  
>> humiliation and
>> psychological devastation of their lives.
>>
>> But let us not forget the culpability of the National Religious Party.
>> That party signed Prime Minister Sharon?s March 2003 coalition  
>> agreement
>> which bound the signatories to the Oslo Agreement.  That party joined  
>> a
>> government whose prime minister was publicly committed to the
>> establishment of a Palestinian state on Jewish soil.  Hence, that
>> so-called Zionist party is also responsible for the decline of Israel  
>> .
>>
>> And so the humiliation and shrinkage of Israel owes very much to its
>> religious parties, which may well be deemed more culpable than their
>> decrepit secular counterparts for Israel ?s malaise.
>>
>> Without denying the good deeds of religious parties, I believe Torah
>> Judaism (and Israel ) would be better off if religious Jews relegated
>> these parties to the junk heap of history.
>>
>> But now that Shimon Peres has become Israel ?s president, is it not
>> obvious that this country needs a thorough revolution?from top to  
>> bottom?
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>> piece of paper, and announcing peace in our time.
>> The YEAR is 2007 and not 1938.
>> I wake up screaming.......Bernard
>> =================================================
>>
>>
>> Amidror: Israel Must Stop Gaza from Becoming Hamastan
>> by Hillel Fendel
>>
>> With Hamas apparently on the verge of taking over Gaza, former IDF
>> Generals are concerned that the area will turn into a Hizbullah-like
>> "Hamastan" within reach of large parts of Israel.
>>
>> IDF Gaza Formation sources, quoted anonymously on the NRG-Maariv  
>> Hebrew
>> news site, say that if Israel had listened to ex-Chief of Staff Moshe
>> Yaalon before the Disengagement, Israel might not now be facing such a
>> dangerous situation in Gaza and the Negev. Yaalon warned at the time  
>> that
>> the unilateral withdrawal would empower and give a "supportive tail  
>> wind"
>> to Gaza terrorists. Statements of this nature cost Yaalon his job, it  
>> is
>> generally believed; then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon hired Gen. Dan  
>> Halutz
>> to carry out the withdrawal/expulsion for him instead. Halutz later
>> resigned after his failure in running the Second Lebanon War.
>>
>> "What we are seeing now in Gaza," Gen. Yaalon now says, "is just the  
>> first
>> step. Hamas is taking over... Our entry into Gaza is inevitable; no  
>> one
>> else will do it for us. There are many questions and dilemmas, of  
>> course,
>> but the writing is already on the wall. We must enter before the  
>> threat
>> reaches Ashdod and elsewhere."
>>
>> Yaalon says he is aware of the dangers and price that a ground entry  
>> into
>> Gaza will cost, "but that's the job of the army; there is no  
>> alternative
>> other than a broad ground operation against the terror  
>> infrastructures."
>>
>> Amidror's Assessment
>> Former IDF Intelligence Deputy Chief Gen. (ret.) Yaakov Amidror is  
>> even
>> more abrupt: "Israel must be willing to enter Gaza and remain there  
>> for
>> years," he told Ynet.
>>
>> While Fatah was "busy stealing public monies," Amidror feels, Hamas  
>> was
>> getting stronger militarily.  Hamas is now set to take over Gaza,  
>> "turning
>> Gaza into Hamastan like Hizbullah in Lebanon, with Iranian and  
>> Al-Qaeda
>> elements.  We will have a full-fledged terrorist state on our borders.
>> This will affect not only Sderot, but soon Kiryat Gat and Ashdod as  
>> well,
>> and in the long run, rockets will even be directed at Haifa."
>>
>> Like Yaalon, Amidror too blames the Disengagement: "Israel's  
>> irresponsible
>> departure from Gaza enabled Hamas to get stronger with tremendous
>> quantities of explosives, weapons, training, money and more."
>>
>> Sixteen months ago, in February 2006, ex-Chief of Staff Yaalon summed  
>> up
>> the problem caused by Ariel Sharon's unilateral withdrawal:
>> "We wanted to disengage ourselves from any connection with and
>> responsibility for Gaza - but this meant one of two things: Either we
>> continue to be responsible for the borders, or we do not. If we  
>> continue
>> to supervise the borders, the international community would regard us  
>> as
>> being responsible for what goes on inside Gaza; this cannot be called
>> disengagement. On the other hand, if we agree not to supervise the  
>> borders
>> and who and what passes through, while on the Palestinian side there  
>> is no
>> responsible and effective leadership - this would be dangerous,  
>> leading to
>> Gaza becoming Hamastan, Hizbullahstan and Al-Qaedastan. I therefore
>> recommended that we not give up our control and presence on the
>> Philadelphi Route between southern Gaza and Sinai... I never  
>> considered
>> the Egyptians an effective alternative."
>> Vilnai Takes Dovish Approach
>> Former Deputy Chief of Staff Matan Vilnai, a Labor MK, is still  
>> optimistic
>> that things will work out: "The Egyptians are definitely our allies  
>> in the
>> war against terrorism in Gaza. They can stop the smuggling of weapons  
>> into
>> Gaza..."
>> Vilnai does not feel that massive military force is necessary: "We  
>> must
>> use our military force smartly, together with diplomatic moves  
>> vis-a-vis
>> the Palestinian Authority. We are from 'war' [Israel against the PA];  
>> all
>> talk of an IDF ground entry is unnecessary... We must resume targeted
>> killings, air strikes, and special forces in Gaza against those who  
>> try to
>> use terrorism against us..."
>>
>> UN Troops?
>> Meanwhile, there is talk of bringing United Nations troops into Gaza  
>> to
>> keep the peace, with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon saying Wednesday
>> that the Security Council was considering this option. Prime Minister  
>> Ehud
>> Olmert, Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni and the far-left Meretz party  
>> have
>> all recently expressed support for an international patrolling force  
>> in
>> Gaza, while Minister of Strategic Affairs Avigdor Lieberman says NATO
>> troops should be deployed there.
>>
>> It won't happen, however, if Hamas has anything to do with it. On the  
>> eve
>> of its apparent victory over Fatah, Hamas announced today that it  
>> opposes
>> an international force, and would relate to such a thing as if it  
>> were the
>> "Israeli occupiers."
>> Comment on This Story
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> 4. Mother of Eight Planned Suicide Terror Attack in Israel
>> by Hillel Fendel
>>
>> Two women from Gaza - a pregnant mother of eight, and her niece, a  
>> mother
>> of four - planned a joint two-pronged suicide attack in Tel Aviv and
>> Netanya. They have been arrested.
>>
>> The General Security Service (GSS) has released for publication that  
>> the
>> two women were arrested 24 days ago as they left Gaza for the double
>> attack. Precise intelligence information led to the thwarting of the
>> planned mass murders.
>>
>> The GSS says that the two women "took advantage of Israel's  
>> humanitarian
>> policies, receiving a fraudulent medical permit to enter Israel."
>>
>> One of the women, Fatma Hassan Zeck, 39, is the mother of eight  
>> children
>> and is pregnant with her ninth. She worked in the Islamic Jihad  
>> employment
>> office for women in Gaza, and was in regular contact with terrorist
>> elements. She served as a coordinator between the Islamic Jihad terror
>> outfit and women who wished to commit suicide attacks against Israel.
>>
>> Three months ago, her niece Roda Ibrahim Habib, a mother of four,  
>> turned
>> to her, and the two of them decided to commit a joint suicide attack.  
>> Zeck
>> made contact with Islamic Jihad handlers, and the preparations began.
>>
>> The two mothers took along some of their young children to the  
>> meetings
>> with their terrorist handlers, at which was discussed precisely how  
>> the
>> women would blow themselves up. The 19-year-old son of the older  
>> woman, an
>> Islamic Jihad terrorist himself, was present at the traditional
>> picture-taking ceremony, at which the women were photographed holding  
>> a
>> Koran and a rifle.
>>
>> The plan was for them to blow themselves up simultaneously in an area
>> crowded with soldiers or civilians in Tel Aviv and Netanya. They were
>> trained in activating explosives-laden vests, and Zeck was also  
>> trained in
>> using a Kalachnikov rifle.
>>
>> The problem of actually getting into Israel was solved as follows:  
>> Islamic
>> Jihad was able to obtain a forged medical permit indicating that Habib
>> required an urgent medical check in Ramallah, to which Zeck was to be  
>> her
>> escort. Once in Ramallah, they were to go to the hospital and actually
>> have the test done, to avoid suspicion, and then they were to be  
>> taken to
>> the intended target locations.
>>
>> They set out from northern Gaza on May 20 for their mission, but were
>> arrested at the Erez Crossing into Israel.
>>
>> Israel is often castigated by left-wing organizations that complain  
>> that
>> Arabs from the PA are sometimes forced to wait at checkpoints for  
>> security
>> checks, and are allegedly denied medical care. The GSS, however, notes
>> that the case at hand is only one of many in which Arabs attempt to  
>> take
>> advantage of Israel's humanitarian policies in order to murder  
>> Israelis.
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