Politiche israeliane

Israeli leaders are also advocates of 'Greater Israel'

2358286532.gif December 20, 2011


If [Gideon Sa'ar,] a minister who does not belong to the radical right believes there is room for only one state between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River, it would be interesting to hear what the more extremist ministers in Likud and the other coalition parties think. But if so, the integrity of the Land of Israel is not a message being conveyed exclusively by the hilltop youth. It's a message originating in the government that is now spreading among the public. (...)

The Jordan has two banks, and both are ours, the hilltop youth cried. And we are forced to remember that according to various traditions, the Greater Land of Israel includes Trans-Jordan as well. (...)

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WATCH: Ultra-Orthodox spit on “immodest” 8-year-old girl in Beit Shemesh

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Haredi in Bet Shemesh. "You people are sick. I'm healthy" (photo: youtube)
Haredi in Bet Shemesh. "You people are sick. I'm healthy" (photo: youtube)

Haredi in Bet Shemesh. "You are sick. I'm healthy" (photo: youtube)


Naama Margolis, an 8-year-old from Bet Shemesh, is the most famous girl in Israel today. (...)

And why is that? Well, on Friday evening, Naama told her story on the most watched news show in the country. Interviewed by Channel 2’s Shai Gal, Naama told how she was afraid to go to school, just a few hundred meters from her house in Bet Shemesh, because Haredim cursed and spit on her for being dressed “immodestly.” (...)

important testimony...


... of a former Palmach soldier on his participation in the ethnic cleansing of Palestine in 1948. At one point her mentions the village of Burayr, but refuses to speak about what happened there. To those unaware, there was a massacre where around 100 villagers were killed. Most of the survivors of his campaign are in Gaza.


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