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Posts Tagged ‘forgery’

UPDATE: Givat Ze’ev Synagogue Activists Call for Civil Disobedience to stop Demolition

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

UPDATE 10:50 PM There are reports of trucks carrying bulldozers coming up Route 443 to Jerusalem. This could mean that police will try to position the machinery in place before local residents organize to block them.

UPDATE: The Supreme Court will hear from the State’s Attorney Wednesday at 8:30 AM, regarding the decision to demolish the Ayelet Hashachar synagogue in Givat Ze’ev. So far Chief Justice Miriam Na’or has not indicated that she intends to postpone the demolition order, and so the deadline for razing the synagogue is still Thursday.

The campaign against the demolition has been calling the public to arrive at the synagogue in order to protect it with their bodies, to prevent the demolition. One of the leading activists in the fight told Srugim that there is concern the police would arrive late at night and block access to the synagogue, to prevent attempts at civil disobedience. Residents are afraid police will also take over the place Tuesday tonight, as they have done countless times in such cases in the past, and will await the instructions of the court, to halt the demolition or to go ahead with it. In the past, on such occasions, police have been known to “jump the gun” and demolish the contested property during the night, even before receiving the final court order.

Leaflet calling on Jews to protect the synagogue with their bodies

Leaflet calling on Jews to protect the synagogue with their bodies

Following an evaluation by the police, the High Court decided to delay the demolition of the Ayelet Hashachar synagogue by three weeks. It was slated for destruction tonight.

The High Court decided that the synagogue must be destroyed as the Jewish owners couldn’t prove to the court’s satisfaction that their land purchase was from the rightful owner.

The son of the Arab they bought the land from claimed his father bought it from the original Arab owner and then resold it. The son of the original owner claims his father never sold the land.

One of the Arabs is lying, but no one knows which, and the High Court has decided in favor of the original owner, but originally delayed the destruction to see if a compromise could be reached or more documentation could be found.

Despite paying for the land once and in full, the synagogue has offered to also pay the original owner’s son in full, including back rent, just to end the controversy, but the original owner’s son has rejected the offer, and has demanded the synagogue’s destruction. The original owner is being assisted by the “Yesh Din” NGO.

It is not clear, if that would be sufficient anyway, as additional heirs could still come forward and claim that first son did not have the exclusive right to sell it.

The synagogue has several hundred members.

Jewish Press News Briefs

PA Arab Caught with Perfectly Forged Israeli ID

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

Police patrolling the Ashkelon Beach region arrested a Palestinian Authority Arab with a perfectly forged Israeli ID card (Teudat Zehut), according to the Ashkelon Beach Regional spokesperson, Diti Horvitz-Arad.

On Sunday, police were on regular patrol, looking for Palestinian Authority Arabs who had infiltrated without proper permits.

Two weeks ago, off-duty soldier Tomer Hazan was killed by a Palestinian Authority Arab who did not have proper entry or work permits. His employer in Bat Yam claimed the killer had proper documentation.

Police came across 3 Arab workers in the village of Nitzan who they proceeded to question.

Two of them pulled out their Palestinian Authority IDs, but without entry or work permits. The third accidentally pulled out two IDs, which he then tried to hide.

Police were surprised to discover that the third man had two IDs, and a further check led them to discover that the Israeli ID was a perfect forgery.

If he hadn’t pulled out both IDs at the same time, police would have thought he was a proper Israeli citizen, based on a visual scan of his ID card.

All three Arabs were arrested.

 

 

TPS / Tazpit News Agency

Will the Writer of the Fake Gideon Sa’ar Letter be Caught?

Thursday, February 28th, 2013

Being a public figure isn’t easy on one’s personal life.  Israel’s Minister of Education Gidon Sa’ar just got a very painful lesson in that subject.

One of his enemies decided to knock him down a few levels and/or boot him out of politics by accusing him of sexual misconduct.  It was pretty easy.  The person just wrote a letter, signing with someone else’s “initials” and then sent it off so the public could hear about it.

After innumerable headlines and articles and television news time spent on the subject of the “evil Gidon Sa’ar,” communicating that the previously squeaky clean Likud politician was just like the others,  it has finally been revealed by the police that the letter is a forgery.

Now, I wonder if the police will devote the same time and energy to investigate, discover and prosecute the forger or forgers? People should know that if they try to destroy a person and that person’s career that they will be destroyed instead.

There’s so much internal fighting and intrigue in high places, whether politics, academia, finance, media and more.  It’s really frightening to think how easy it is for someone to just write one of these “letters” or notes which can totally destroy a person, his/her family, reputation, career and worse.

I really hope that the Israeli Police won’t rest until they discover, try and convict the guilty in this real scandal.

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Batya Medad

No Sexual Misconduct by Gideon Sa’ar

Tuesday, February 26th, 2013

As reported in JewishPress.com, many people were suspicious that the letter accusing Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar of sexual misconduct was a fake.

At a police conference in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, Police Commissioner Yochanan Danino confirmed that theory, and said the letter is definitely fake.

The letter detailed serious allegations of sexual misconduct on the part of Likud Education Minister Gideon Sa’ar towards a female employee in the Ministry of Education. The female employee in the office, with the same initials as that on the letters, denied writing it, and said that nothing detailed in the letter ever happened.

The letter had been sent to Prime Minister Netanyahu and to Likud Central Committee members, saying that Sa’ar shouldn’t be reappointed as education minister.

Jewish Press News Briefs

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