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Fifty Extremist Settlers Ransack IDF Post of Soldiers Defending Them

Cowardice of rabbis and settler leaders has allowed extremists to criminalize ideology.
Police escort into court a minor who is suspected of slashing the tires of an IDF Brigade in Yitzhar, in Samaria, April 2014

Police escort into court a minor who is suspected of slashing the tires of an IDF Brigade in Yitzhar, in Samaria, April 2014

“They are ideologists, and it is difficult to call them criminals,” the unnamed official said.

One regional council leader told The Jewish Press several weeks ago that the youth do not listen to anyone – not even to rabbis, except for a cult leader who is totally anti-establishment.

The media establishment, rightfully so, is boiling mad that a bunch of hooligans can raid an army post and destroy virtually everything in it.

Settlers are frustrated at the behavior of the vandals and are angry that nothing has been done to get rid of them.

The parents of the crazies probably don’t even know their own children are violating secular and Torah law.

The police have not able to bring serious convictions against anyone, partly because the police in Judea and Samaria are far from the most brilliant and intelligent people on Planet Earth.

The media headlines around the world today may be just enough to wake up rabbis and leaders to put a stop to the criminal activity in the name of the ideology that the “price tag”vandals are destroying.

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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6 Responses to “Fifty Extremist Settlers Ransack IDF Post of Soldiers Defending Them”

  1. we have our own mishiginahs.

  2. They should be in jail for life.

  3. For those who can't see the righteousness of these young settlers taking action against the frustration of having to tolerate an enemy, an enemy sworn to kill all of Israel…shame, ultimately their raid and hopefully seizure of arms to defend against a tyranny that is both islamic and Jewish will be seen for the blessing that it truly is. There is an enemy and; "They Must Go!"

  4. Anonymous says:

    Tzvi please, cut it out. Tired of hearing your ranting against our frustrated youth who are up against government persecution and discrimination.

  5. Uzi Kattan says:

    The police sure act fast when Jews fight against persecution and reckless destruction of Jewish homes while doing nothing against Arab terrorist violence. This is a backlash to the government tyranny and using the army to destroy innocent Jewish homes and having Arab waiting to loot the victims property and the violence the black uniformed YaSSam storm troopers who use gestapo like violence on Jewish teens. The Jews of Yehuda and Shomron are not sheep ready for slaughter and I praise these teens for standing up for Jewish rights against a leftist government which tramples Jewish rights.

  6. Uzi Kattan says:

    They ARE standing up to government persecution of Jews. G-d bless these teens.

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