December 4, 2008

Manhigut Yehudit Supports the Jews of "Peace House"

December 3, 2008

Hebron, the original capital city of King David and burial site of the Jewish patriarchs, has once again become the flashpoint in the battle between the forces of light and darkness in Israel.

Brave Jews have assembled inside the Bet HaShalom (Peace House) in the holy Jewish City of Hebron. In a political move designed to demonstrate the current government's willingness to harm its own citizens (in order to hold onto power by destroying the Jewish attachment to the Land of Israel and our Jewish holy sites) the Yassam (riot police who were paid bonuses to evict Jews from Gaza in 2005 and sent 325 Jews to hospitals while destroying the Jewish town of Amona in 2006) have once again been sent to throw Jews out of their rightful homes.

Besides Hebron being part of the Land of Israel, the Peace House was legally purchased by Jews. Just as the first Jew Abraham documented clearly his purchase in Hebron of the Machpela Cave to bury his wife, Sarah, so did the Jewish owners of the Peace House painfully document their ownership so as to be beyond dispute. However, the anti-Jewish Israeli government has chosen to disregard all of the indisputable evidence and commence with the violent Expulsion of the Jews living in the Peace House.

Jews in Israel and in the Diaspora must hold the Israeli government leaders responsible for this latest attempt of ethnic cleansing of Jews – namely Ehud Olmert, Tsipi Livni and Ehud Barak and their Kadima party. They must withhold their support for any government officials responsible for any harm that comes to Jewish citizens in Hebron. The Kadima party must be voted out of power (as they wish to "vote out" the Jewish presence in Hebron) at the upcoming general election in February.

Lovers of Israel throughout the world should view the undemocratic and unethical attack on the Jews of Peace House in the gravest terms.

Israel needs new leadership which will cling to its land and its heritage. Israel needs new leadership which is willing to stand up to “the nations” and declare that Hebron, Jerusalem and all of Judea and Samaria (our biblical heartland) belong to us, and will always remain with us.

The only candidate for Knesset - who is aiming to lead the country from the Prime Minister’s office in the near future - who feels this way is Moshe Feiglin.

Rob Muchnick, US Director

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