Bring Israelis Back – What for?

by Steven Shamrak.

Israel is trying to persuade hundreds of thousands of its citizens living overseas to return home (about 650,000 Israelis live abroad). The project, dubbed "coming home", will try to lure Israelis living abroad to come back with tax breaks, employment and small business loans. "Every Israeli, even if he lives abroad, is Israeli at heart and knows that his home is here. I call on all Israelis to return home," Olmert said.

This is another misguided publicity stunt of the desperate, politicly bankrupt government! First of all it should be “Every Jew…” not just Israeli, Mr. Olmert. And the way things go there will be, G-d forbid, no Israel to come to, as corrupt, leftist self-haters continue the implementation of the current policy of national self-obliteration!

Jewish Israelis have been leaving Israel and Jews are delaying their decision to make Alia not because of the need for financial incentives, but mainly because of mafia-style bureaucracy, absence of National pride among politicians, artificial economic and political hardships which are imposed on people in order to hide wide-spread governmental corruption and, most importantly, due to lack of direction toward the future establishment of Eretz-Israel!

Jews always were drawn to Palestine because they knew that it is their land and that they could build a Jewish homeland on the land of their ancestors. During the War of Independence Holocaust survivors, who had just come to Israel, attacked enemy positions with wooden sticks, due to lack of the weapons, to make this dream come true!

Nowadays, people are reluctant to live in a country where strings of governments have been systematically wrecking her future, with politicians who care only about their own pockets and ego, completely disrespecting the national and religious inspiration of the Jewish people! Jews want to live in their own country with respect, decency and security - not as a demographic statistic, which allows the government continue the Peace Process charade! There would be no need for any lure for Jews to come to live in Israel if we had a decent National leadership in Israel and in the Diaspora as well!

A quarter-million Israelis will be in range of PA rockets next year. Terrorists in the Gaza Strip will have expanded the range of their rockets to as much as eight miles.

Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak

Labor controlled governments of Israel have become expert implementers of the “Divide and Conquer” principle. Some 50 years ago it was Ashkenazi vs Sephardi, 30 years ago “Russians” vs Sabres and “Moroccans”. Lately, the self-hating ruling elite has been using Secular vs Religious Zionists (‘Extremists’) card. As soon as Jews realise that we share a common destiny, no one will be able to manipulate and divide us. The achievement of our National dream will become an easy task!

Privatizing Israel's Land. A land committee has recommended that Israel's land should be privatized. It examined the necessity of privatizing Israel's land, 93 percent of which is owned by the Jewish National Fund and managed by the Israel Lands Administration (ILA). (This is another step toward self-betrayal! The land was purchased by Jews, prior to creation of the State of Israel in 1947, for Eretz-Israel. No one has the right to sell it off, especially to Arabs!)

US Funds Hamas School. The Agency for International Development has revealed that the US State Department transferred one million dollars to the Islamic University in Gaza between 2002 and 2006.  Some of the money reached terrorist groups, even after Hamas won the PA elections in 2006. (US taxpayers’ money is used to teach future terrorists and free funds for current terror attacks against Israel!)

PA Money Pit. The United States will pledge about US$500 million (344.6 million) for the ‘moderate-led’ PA government in the West Bank when Arab, European and other nations meet next week, U.S. officials said Friday. The money would go toward a goal of US$5.6 billion (3.9 billion) that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair hopes to raise to rescue the tattered Palestinian economy. The World Bank had already announced its support. (Everyone is so happy to contribute money in support of the enemies of the Jewish state. If it is not anti-Semitism then what? The PA commitment to terror, and its inability and unwillingness to bring normality to the life of Arabs are never considered as a failure factor!) The U.S. House of Representatives approved $50 million to establish an international nuclear fuel bank. The proposal to set up a U.N.-supervised agency that would distribute enriched uranium to peaceful nuclear programs. ($500 million to PA terrorists vs $50 million for world’s nuclear safety?)

International Hypocrites Pledged $7.4 billion to PA!

Quote of the Week:

“Why do you Jews insist on Palestine when there are so many undeveloped countries you could settle in more conveniently?” - Chaim Weizmann replied: “That is like my asking you why you drove twenty miles to visit your mother last Sunday when there are so many old ladies living on your street.”

Why Not Release Jewish Prisoners? Deputy Prime Minister Eli Yishai (Shas) said that he does not understand why the government of Israel continues to release Arab terrorists and does not release the nationalist Jewish prisoners. (The answer is simple: Jewish traitors in the government do not want make Zionist opposition stronger.)

Sderot Mayor Quits. Mayor of Sderot, Eli Moyal, has resigned over what he says is the government's inability to stop rocket fire from Gaza. "Maybe this will spark the government to launch an operation for the lives of its [Sderot's] residents.” (It would be better if it was Olmert’s resignation!)

2007: More Stabbings, less Killings. According to a police report on levels of violence there was a 25 percent increase in the number of stabbings in 2007 as compared to 2006.  There was also an increase in the number of attacks defined as “light.” (A decrease in the number of major terror attacks is little comfort to Jewish victims of Arab terror!)

‘IceSense’ to Freeze Lumps, Tumors. The IceSense device, invented by Israel’s Arbel Medical, is based on a technique called cryotherapy, which uses extreme cold to treat lumps and tumours without invasive surgery. The technique has a lower risk of leaving cancerous cells in the body and does not leave surgery scars. IceSense is small enough to be used in local clinics.

Close Al-Jazeera - Few Brave Voices! A few Arab activists are circulating a petition accusing the Qatar-based broadcaster of fostering extremism among European Arab youth and supporting terrorism. The activists are demanding the channel be banned from European TV. (Europe slept and allowed the Nazis to take over. It has been sleeping again while Islamists are taking over the world!)

Empty Words - The Same Travesty.

"We agreed to immediately launch good faith, bilateral negotiations in order to conclude a peace treaty resolving all outstanding issues, including core issues, without exception," Bush said, reading from the joint statement. "We want peace," he continued. We demand the end of terror, incitement and hatred." (When kosher pigs fly!)

The joint Israel-PA declaration issued at Annapolis was completed less than half an hour beforehand, Israeli and Palestinian sources told Haaretz. U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice took Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas out of a three-way meeting with U.S. President George Bush and Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and pressured him to approve the draft document. Eventually, he did so, enabling Bush to read it to the conference.

But the Israelis had a different version of what had happened: They said the Monday night talks with Erekat produced several agreements, but the next morning, the Palestinians changed their mind. That, said the Israelis, already had happened several times during talks on the declaration, but they were shocked that the Palestinians were doing it again at this late date and on such fundamental issues as a timetable for negotiations and reference to the road map peace plan. Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni, who headed the Israeli team, lost her temper and told Qureia to "take it or get lost".

As the difficulties mounted, there were also fierce arguments within the Israeli team: Livni very much wanted a joint declaration, but some members of the team said it was "a waste of time," and suggested she forget about it. (Well, they have produced the same meaningless statement full of nice and useless words as they did at Camp David. And we all know what it brought to Israel!)

Olmert said that a peace agreement could only be implemented, in "gradual and careful" steps, after the road map is fully carried out. "We will abide by all of our obligations, and so will you." (Why waste time and money? This charade must be stopped now. Arabs will never end terror or recognise Israel’s right to exist.)