Monday, August 28, 2006

Zionist/Israeli crimes III

The fact is that those in Europe, even in Hungary (which was attacked last), were unable to predict the impending doom with anything close to a sufficient level of surety that would justify their picking up and running away (read the beginning of Eli Weisel's "Night", and you will see described the surprise of the Hungarians when they were invaded. I know that much of "Night" is fiction, but this part is informative). Hindsight has 20-20 vision, but even today - if c"v the Arabs or Al Qaida or some other miscreants blow up a major metropolis like they threatened they would, and like we are currently all warned that they intend to, and that we are currently on alert lest they actually do it - are people going to say that "The Gedolim didn’t tell people to leave New York?" or "The Gedolim didn’t tell people to leave Jerusalem?".

They probably will - "they" meaning those whose political agendas would be furthered by doing so.

And so the political agenda of the State of Israel - that the State is a safe haven for Jews from anti-semitism and holocausts - is furthered by them making up stories about Tzadikim, especially since doing so they deflect attention from their responsibility for the murder of six million Jews.

There is a Teshuva printed by the Satmar Rav about two orphan bochurim who, for various reasons including fear of impending doom, wanted to emigrate to America. The Satmar Rebbe writes that he tells people the truth regarding whether to run or not - that he doesn't know. He is not a Navi, he writes, and he does not know what the future holds in this case. In the particular case of these 2 boys, he writes that he did indeed help them go to America, even though America in those days America was a spiritual danger.

Even religious Zionists have bought into this blood libel started by the enemies of Hashem in the State of Israel. Rabbi Menachem Kasher, quoted without objection by Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, writes that the Gedolim of Europe "cannot say 'our hands did not shed this blood' ".

The seriousness of the crime of these people making this false accusation against Hashem's Greatest Jews is too great to imagine. Said the Chazon Ish about them, "Who fulfills Mitzvos and is an Apikores? Those who blame the Gedolei Yisroel for the holocaust, and also all those who celebrate Yom Haatzmaut".

When talking about religious people, because their agenda is the same, those two groups of Apikorsim are usually made up of the same people.


Now let's hear what the Zionists had to say about Jews being killed in WWII. We saw many quotes above. Here's another, written in 1943 by the Zionist activist from Poland who coordinated the work of the Jewish Agency Rescue Committee during WWII, entitled "Comments on Aid and Rescue":

"Unfortunately we must state that if we are able to save only 10,000 people from among 50,000 who can contribute to building the country and to the national revival of the people as against saving a million Jews who will be a burden, or at best an apathetic element, we must restrain ourselves and save the 10,000 that can be saved from among the 50,000---despite the accusations and pleas of the million.....going on from this assumption we must save children first because they are the best material for the Yishuv. The pioneer youth must be saved, but specifically those that have received training and are spiritually able to perform Zionist labor. Zionist leader must be saved, since they deserve something from the Zionist movement in return for their work. . . ."

...Apolinari Hartglass, "Comments on Aid and Rescue," undated memorandum, Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem

Afra l'pumei. Uch.


Some Zionists say that Zionism is “ahavas eretz yisroel”, and that love for our holy land is a reason that the State of Israel is a positive thing. They believe that anti-Zionists lack the measure of ahavas eretz yisroel that they possess, or that it is overshadowed by the fact that the State is not religious.

Others say that Zionism means living in Eretz Yisroel, or the desire to do so. Anti-Zionists, they believe, hold that we should not live in EY before Moshiach comes, or that since the government of Israel is not religious, that negates the benefits of living in the Holy Land.

Another group will defend their support of Israel by demanding, “Where will you go in case of another holocaust?” They believe that the State of Israel, finally, after two thousand years, gives Jews a place of refuge from anti-semitism and a vehicle with which to defend themselves in case of another attempt at extermination by goyim. They may also say that the State of Israel is a big Kiddush Hashem; that it shows the rest of the world that we Jews are not wimps who go to the slaughter like sheep, the way we have been doing for 2,000 years. They think that the anti-Zionists are not as cognizant of the need for a refuge as they are, or that they refuse to recognize that Israel is such a refuge, or that it doesn’t matter – if the government is not religious, who cares what good the State does? They believe that the anti-Zionists are stuck in a “Golus mentality”, unable or unwilling to change their meek and subservient relationship with the nations of the world. They may believe that anti-Zionists are not interested or do not sufficiently value showing the world how enlightened, advanced and, yes – “normal” – the Jewish nation can be when freed of the servitude to the nations.

Still others hold that the State of Israel is a positive thing because of all the Yeshivos and Torah learning that goes on there, which would not happen if the land was in the hands of the Arabs. The hold that the opportunity to daven at the Kosel etc. is the driving factor in supporting the State. The anti-Zionists, they think, do not appreciate the value of all this holy activity, or that all the positive it is outweighed by the anti-religious government.

Others will say that Jews are not worse than other people and we, too, are entitled to a homeland. It is enough that we wandered around the world for a couple of thousand years. It’s about time we had a normal place to live without fear of being evicted. The anti-Zionists don’t want a homeland if it involves a non-religious government.

There is yet another group who believes that the State of Israel heralds the beginning of the Geulah; that our independence as a nation is what we have been looking forward to and anticipating for thousands of years. They hold that anti-Zionists believe in disproven, at best minority-opinion Torah claims, that they stubbornly cling to that prevent them from seeing the clear signs of G-d, not to mention the clear proofs from the Torah itself that Israel is the aschalta d’geulah.


According to the organization EFRAT (an anti-abortion tzedakah that pays people to keep their babies rather than murder them), since the inception of the State of Israel, between 1,000,000 and 2,000,000 abortions have been performed there.

The fact that the so-called "Jewish" state makes it legal and even assists in the killing of Jewish children is a crime and unspeakable chilul Hashem to the entire world, and it means that the greatest murderers of Jews nowadays is not Saudi Arabia or the Occupied Territories or Iraq - it is Israel.


The Israeli government has lied to us in the past, causing countless deaths of Jews for their own political agendas or dreams of a "Greater Israel", while making us believe that there was a need to save Jewish lives living in the country. We have no reason to believe them when they say that they "need" to send Jews to war. They may or may not need it, you'll never know.

Their own generals have admitted this.

When Israel attacked Syria, they claimed that Syria was a serious threat to their security and thus to the lives of the Jews living in Israel. Moshe Dayan, who was the Defense Minister in 1967, explained, 10 years later, that the whole idea was a scam - Syria was not a threat to Israel before 1967. Quote: "I know how at least 80% of the incidents with Syria started. We were sending a tractor to the demilitarized zone and we knew the Syrians would shoot." Dayan said that the reason Israel attacked Syria was a desire for more land, not to save any lives at all. The strategy was (again quote): "to grab a piece of land and keep it until the enemy will get tired and give it to us" (Yediot Achronot 4/27/77).

And from another one: “The thesis that the danger of genocide was hanging over us in June 1967 and that Israel was fighting for its physical existence is only a bluff, which was born and developed after the war.” (Israeli Gen. Matityahu Peled, Ha’aretz, 3/19/72.)

So they want more land and send Jewish lives into war, while telling the people that they are doing so for security reasons.

Sending Jews into such a war is nothing less than murder.

And even where a war may be for security reasons, writes Rav Shach, you never know if the war could have been avoided and security could have been attained by peaceful means. What they say doesn’t mean anything.


Rav Yaakov Kaminetsky discusses whether an act committed against the Torah could also, even miraculously, bring benefit to Klall Yisroel. This is also a controversy, and Rav Yaakov apparently sided with the minority who held that such a thing is possible.

Rav Yaakov is not saying G-d wanted the State of Israel, but rather that G-d miraculously caused the creation of the State of Israel to do some wonderful good for Klall Yisroel. That is, to prevent assimilation. This is similar to the Rambam's statement that Christianity did wonderful things for the Goyim by teaching them monotheism. The Rambam also said that Christianity is idolatry.

It's not a contradiction. Even something that is prohibited can do good. And Hashem, Rav Yaakov is saying, can even take a terrible sin and manipulate events so that instead of total destruction coming from it, Hashem can miraculously make it happen in a way will help people do good in the world.

But all this has to do with what G-d did, that is, to make sure the State is created in a time and manner that will keep Jewish identity going for many Jews. It does not justify what humans did, namely, to create the State in the first place.
Calling it a "balanced" outlook iss not Rav Yaakov talking, but interpreting what Rav Yaakov said. And it does not mean to have a less opposed view of Zionism, it just means to believe that Hashem can cause even the anti-Torah actions of the Zionists to cause good.

Of course, even this statement of Rav Yaakov is not universally accepted.


The Zionists lobbied and fought hard to make sure no other countries would allowed Jews in, so that they would later be able to claim that the Jews need a State. They even sabotaged politically numerous attempts to save Jews, such as the deal Germany offered to ransom Jews for money, and send them to Spain. The Zionists responded that unless the refugees go to Israel, let them die. "Only through blood shall the land be ours" they said. Rav Michoel Ber Weissmandel ZTL, the great hero of WWII records how he the Zionists allowed their own people to escape and live, and purposely left other Jews to die. Their reason, they wrote, was after the allies win the war, there will have to be a decision as to whether to make a Jewish State, and unless many Jews die, it will be harder to convince the world that they need a State of their own.

Jews have also been shot and killed purposely by Zionists, as in the sinking of the Altalena and the murder of its passengers.

Since then, the Zionists have continued to devalue the lives of Jews who do not share their own political views. Check out the following article:

Israel Denied Shelter to Left-wing Argentine Jews During Junta Rule

Hadashot (Israeli Hebrew newspaper), 28 Sept. 1990

The Israeli government could have saved hundreds of Argentine Jews, who were murdered or kidnapped during the rule of the generals between 1976 and 1983, claims Marcel Zohar in his book Let My People Go to Hell, soon to be published by Zitrin.

The military censor this week decided to at last permit the publication of the book, except for several paragraphs which, so he claimed, might endanger certain person's lives or harm Israel's relations with other countries. The publisher, Ben Zion Zitrin, is about to offer the book to foreign publishing houses.

Zohar, who was Yedi'ot Aharonot [an Israeli evening newspaper] correspondent in Argentina between 1978 and 1982, describes how the Israeli government, the Jewish Agency and other official bodies refrained from processing immigration applications from Jews with left-wing background, in order to preserve Israel's good business and political links with the ruling junta. In the same period, arms sales worth about one billion dollars were concluded between Israel and Argentina. According to Zohar, both Likud and Labour leaders shared in the conspiracy of silence.

His book recounts the struggle which took place between Danny Rekanati, the immigration official based in Argentina, and the Israeli ambassador, Ron Nergad. Rekanati tried to help persecuted Jews escape from the country, while Nergad, according to the book, complained about his activities. The unwritten instruction was to refuse any help to Jews defined as 'too left-wing'.

The late Menahem Savidor, who was Knesset chairman at the time, admitted to Zohar that he had prevented a public Knesset debate on the situation of Argentina's Jews at the government's request in order not to harm Israel's crucial links with Argentina. The prime ministers of the period covered, would not discuss the book. Yigal Alon and Moshe Dayan, who were Israel's foreign ministers then, are no longer alive. The foreign ministry refused to cooperate or to open its archives for the period.




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