Israeli leaders are also advocates of ‘Greater Israel’

To recognize the message of Jewish terror, we must examine what ignites it. It is portrayed as revenge for attempts to evacuate illegal outposts. So the message is the ‘Greater Land of Israel.’


It is easy to perceive terror. It is easy to perceive a terrorist wave. It is easy to discern a breach in the Jordanian border fence. It is easy to see a brick thrown into a military jeep. It is easy to discern a mass raid on a brigade base. It is easy to discern torched mosques. It is easy to detect black letters sprayed on a wall. But is it easy to understand their meaning?

It is easy to denounce terror. Easy for the political parties to condemn it. Easy for the army to condemn it. Easy for the rabbis to condemn Jewish terror when directed against the army. Easy for cabinet ministers to roll their eyes self-righteously and talk about the rotten apples that have suddenly sprouted here. Easy for the state to wash its hands of this terror. But is it easy to disclaim responsibility for its message?

To recognize terror’s message, we must examine what ignites it. This terror is portrayed as revenge for attempts to evacuate illegal outposts. If such outposts, located in the heart of Palestinian population centers, cannot be evacuated even on orders from the High Court of Justice, then no evacuation or withdrawal at all is possible. So the message is the “Greater Land of Israel.” But is this message coming only from the hilltop youth?

Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar spoke a few days ago about the dangers of establishing a Palestinian state and said the prime minister’s Bar-Ilan University speech advocating such a state should be reconsidered. After the Palestinian Authority’s unilateral bid for UN recognition as a state, its decision to join up with Hamas in Gaza and the growing strength of radical Islam in the region, the idea of two states for two peoples is no longer acceptable, the education minister claimed.

If 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 idea of territorial compromise, which even rightist governments ostensibly adopted, is fading away before our eyes.

An attentive ear will also discern new and even more chilling nuances. The breach in the fence at Qasr al-Yahud in the Jordan Valley and the subsequent invasion of a Christian structure along the Jordan border are a new kind of threat, directed not only inward, but also outward. 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.

In the geopolitical sphere, the recent revolutions in the Arab world and the doomsday prophesies about the collapse of the peace agreements Israel has signed would appear to be good news to the Israeli right. No more peace process with the Palestinians. No more withdrawals and disengagements. Only one state, from the sea to the river.

With a bit of luck, we could even have more wars and occupy more land. The chief of staff, Benny Gantz, has already hinted at a possible reoccupation of Gaza.

At a ceremony marking the end of basic training that recently took place somewhere in Israel, the keynote speaker quoted Biblical verses. The verses he chose did not come from the prophets’ visions of peace and morality. Nor did he speak about our right to the land in the narrow sense of the term.

Instead, he cited maximalist verses from the Book of Joshua: “Every place that the sole of your foot shall tread upon, to you have I given it, as I spoke unto Moses … From the wilderness, and this Lebanon, even unto the great river, the river Euphrates.”

Suddenly, when they speak about one state from the sea to the river, it is no longer clear which river they are talking about. If this is the message being sent by the Israel Defense Forces at this very moment, how can we complain about the hilltop youth?

  1. #1 by Steve Wiseman on 12/20/2011 - 9:34

    The Israelis can’t even control the near helpless, fenced in, starving. desperately poor Palestinians despite the Zionist’s use of close to 100 years of the rape and pillage, theft and murder, terror and destruction upon these poor souls, both Christians and Muslims. How the Israelis could ever hope to control the Arabs who would thus fall under their power or be displaced or somehow be driven off the land if the Zionist’s dream of a Greater Israel should ever somehow come true is madness. The only solution to the problem is one Israel for all, love for all, but that is not what being the “Chosen” is all about. They can’t preach that all non – Jews are animals and then turn around and live with them as equals. The Jews are someday going to have to chose between the hate of Talmud and doing the right thing, for themselves, the Arabs and humanity. Actually it would be an easy choice if being the “chosen” had any real merit.

  2. #2 by Adalberto Erazo on 12/20/2011 - 9:34

    I hear Greater IsraHell also includes Cyrpus as well. God forbid Pax judaica succeeds because that’s when Hell on Earth goes on steroids. If they ever achieve their goal of Greater IsraHell, it would resemble a bigger version of what is going on in Palestine as well as Apartheid South Africa. With a jewish minority ruling over the majority of indigenous inhabitants. The Kurds will be the key in this. Some of you are wondering why the Kurds?It’s a theory of mine and I did an analysis on this on a thread which you might find interesting. I hope I’m wrong because I don’t want to see Greater IsraHell. Please feel free to critique it. God willing the Kurds will see the error of their ways but I am really pessimistic about this group of people.

  3. #3 by Sally on 12/21/2011 - 9:34

    the map shown depicting Eretz Israel is inaccurate.
    According to the Jewish belief any land where jews resided between the Nile and Euphrates belongs to them.

    They lived in the holiest of holies Madinah in Arabia which is the City of The Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him( and have plans for it also, alas for them they plan in vain.

  4. #4 by blue1avatar on 12/21/2011 - 9:34

    oh my God its back again. they gave up all this expansionism a long time ago…or so they said. in fact since the Jews control America and that beknighted country has been digging for world domination for years they are really aiming at owning the world themselves. the W O R L D …and since everyone else is ”cattle” and ”slaves” they intend to exterminate humanity in the name of its Creator. so their ‘God” is only outwardly good…the reality is this. therefore their version of God is pure evil and always has been. Jesus spoke of the Jews as ”children of the Devil” and from all the Ugly Truth reveals we see they are. and not one Jew anywhere on earth in all recorded history has ever blown the whistle on it all; they are not a good people at all. everything they do is evil. they are clever at laying the blame on the one nation or man who might prove a threat to their secrets. if christians are embattled everywhere by islamic cretins then be sure it was set up by the Jews. those 800 fema camps in America i feel sure will in the end kill most of the christians in america. the top movers in Jewry arent the old Jews; its these ashkenazi types…the ones who formed a pact ? with the nascent nazis of germany to destroy the old Jews. i am certain in my own mind that its these people who are the vicious enemies of absolutely EVERYONE….no NWO. no devils in power anywhere on earth or in heaven. they belong in Hell. so let them return to that abode.

  5. #5 by MJ on 12/21/2011 - 9:34

    Adalberto Erazo saw your concerns re: kurds and I really hope you are wrong brother, I really do. Will keep an eye out for that.
    P.S the Empire series is really good although they do not have many new videos.
    Marwan bishara is one of my favorite journalists.

  6. #6 by Naeem reply to mj adalberto on 12/21/2011 - 9:34

    Their are over 50,000 jewish kurds living on stolen land in palestine israel has supported the kurdish push for kurdistan since the 1950’s , so this tells you that the leaders of the kurds are most likely jewish so hence the betrayal by sowing the division between kurds and the arabs its more easier to control them.

  7. #7 by Steve Wiseman on 12/21/2011 - 9:34

    Blue1avatar What do you mean by (1) ” destroy”as in your quote “in Jewry aren’t the old Jews; its these Ashkenazi types…the ones who formed a pact ? with the nascent Nazis of Germany to destroy the old Jews.

    It is my understanding that the Zionists, through the Jewish controlled and owned International Banks : Dillon , Read; Harris Forbes; National City Co.; Kuhn, Loeb & Co.; Guaranty Co. of NY, J.M. Schroeder Banking and so on , all associated with Rockefeller , Morgan and, of course, thus the Rothschilds financed Hitler and in doing so created Germany’s miraculous recovery in the 1930’s.

    Their purpose was to create Hitler and then use him to drive the Jews out of Germany in order to thus create Israel. It was not to kill the Jews ; that would have made no sense. It’s a long story.

    In short, the Zionist’s dream of Israel had started in the late 1800’s, but the Jews of Germany had refused to move to the desert. What’s more, the Jews of Germany had been assimilating into the German population so fast ( 60%) that the Zionists knew that in two generations there would be few Jews left in all of Germany. They had to act fast or their dream would be no more. They did and the rest is a history of lies that followed.

  8. #8 by kayceecody on 12/23/2011 - 9:34

    i remember from my school days at Brandeis University in1970’s my student adviser’s words that when he was growing up that his parents used the term “‘goyishe kup,’” meaning that the “Non-Jews are Stupid”
    I learned that of “GOYISHE KUP” means that the “Cattle are STUPID”.I agree with the Jewish saying that American “GOYISHE KUP” are indeed” Stupid” as they believe that Moslem Kids who were unable to Fly a Cessna plane took it upon themselves to FLY a Boeing 767 & outwitted the US Military & Civilian authorities. The “Jewish Lightning Insurance Scam” of the 1960’s is still alive and well has been put to use by Larry Silverstein in putting 15 million cash down and comming out with 7 billion dollars for buidings where it would have cost a billion dollars to remove the asbestos The Americans believe that they decide who is elected President or for that that actual VOTE is really counted in deciding who represents them in the White House and congress. Yeh I agree that the AmericanNon-Jews are indeed “GOYISHE KUP” or “STUPID CATTLE”!

  9. #9 by MJ on 12/24/2011 - 9:34

    Naeem and adalberto got it so Kurdish leadership is mostly Jewish.

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