Sick and sad

A Russian Israeli, who I thought was my friend, and whom I therefore asked to temporarily take care of my precious, beloved classical guitar because I couldn’t carry it with me on my flight out of Israel, who then wrote me, “Don’t worry about your guitar [… it is] in good hands,” and who later just gave it to someone who was temporarily staying maybe 100 meters away ‘in the neighborhood’ and who then let it “disappear” somehow, also wrote me,

one day i came back home and found a letter hanging on my door handle from some land authority stating that I cannot make a settlement with car and tent on this land. Can you believe it?!?! The country that makes settlements allover the place without any fucking authorization does not allow to make settlement within itself!! This kind of level of hypocracy [sic] is just beyond me..ahh the world around me..it never ceases to amaze me[,]

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The Amona Tragedy Continues

Shevat 12, 5777

February 8, 2017

 

Palestinian terror in the last 24 hours . . .

Israeli citizens were attacked with “rocks” and Molotov firebombs at Nebi Elias, Anata, Hawara, the Husan Bypass Road, Beit Hagai, Deir Nizam, Silwan, Hevron, Gush Etzion, Nabi Saleh and other places.

Israeli soldiers and police were attacked with IEDs, “rocks”, and Molotov firebombs at Shuafat, Hizma, Ras al Amud, Silwan, Qalandiya, Bireh, Abu Tor, A-Ram, Rachel’s Tomb, and Dehaisha.

Please note that the information above is gleaned from Israeli civilians on the ground as reported at rotter.net and other civilian reportage of attacks reported at kolhayehudi.co.il.

A major money smuggling ring is busted . . .

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Demands of the current rulers of the “Arab occupied areas of Judea and Samaria” (according to Joshuapundit)

The Palestinians are demanding over half of Jerusalem, including control of all of the major Jewish holy sites. They claim all of Judea and Samaria, although they’ve agreed to consider a land swap of no more than 1.9 percent with Israel in exchange for money and an equivalent amount of Israeli land. That 1.9 percent would essentially be meaningless since it isn’t anywhere near the amount of land necessary to incorporate the majority of Jewish communities into Israel.  Geographically, it would amount to a defenseless enclave surrounded on two sides by the Palestinians. Continue reading Demands of the current rulers of the “Arab occupied areas of Judea and Samaria” (according to Joshuapundit)