Photo Credit: Kobi Gideon / GPO / Flash 90
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) meets with Jordan's King Abdullah II, at the Royal Palace in Amman, Jordan.

The time for Kiddush Hashem is now.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. where does the JP get these ignoramuses
    jews control the military
    jews control the airport
    jews are the cops
    jews control the roads

    there's a bit of violence – nothing compared to what Jews faced in Israel in the 50s

    but this self-absorbed putz is bothered that he "didn't make aliyah to be treated like a 2nd class citizen

    if he doesn't like it in Israel, let him go back to wherever the hell he came from

  2. Why is Bibi always held to a different standard with his actions compared to anyone else that is or has been in government? When he voted for the expulsion of Gush Katif or when he released murderous prisoners or when under his watch aid is conintially given to our enemy or when he says if Gaza attacks we will finish them or when he always legitimizes Fatah or when he placates to Jordan or under his watch expulsion of Jews and synagouges occur or Jews being detained without charges or allowing tunnels in the North by Hezbullah to continue to exist…etc….
    Basically what the left says they will do you can count on Bibi and Likud doing it.

  3. "How tragically ironic, that while it may be unsafe to do so, Jews can legally pray in the streets of Germany, Spain, or France. Wherever Jews legally reside, they are permitted to pray. Ironically, it is only in Israel that there are restrictions on Jewish prayer."

    Welcome to the "rednecks'" world! Everyone else can pray in the United States and it's called "multiculturalism." We pray and it's called "a violation of religious freedom" and the act of a bad host.

  4. A bit of violence. Outrageous. You are reprehensable, CH Hoffman. Tell that to the children who lost their parents to Arab terror. Tell that to the elderly people who were stabbed by "Israeli-Arabs." Tell that to those who lost their loved ones.

  5. Donny Fuchs listen mr "my mommy told me I'm brilliant so I can engage in ad hominem attacks":

    The people who lost their loved ones are certainly worthy of our sympathy.
    But if your sense of history extends any further than last Chanuka, you'd know damn well that the overall level of violence -both external and internal – is well within the norm.

    A statistically insignificant number of Israelis have been killed in outright military activity; and the "knife wars" are thankfully just a pale reminder of the 2000-2002 Intifada.

    But nobody who lost family in the Park Hotel bombing said "we shouldn't have come to Israel"

  6. Ch Hoffman No he is not. His concern is appeasing the U.N., the U.S., and the E.U. And Jews such as yourself grovel before him. One whose number one concern is Jewish lives, does not display his love by repeatedly releasing hundreds of Arab murderers. The perversity is your cavalier attitude towards murdered Jews. Keep reading my articles. Perhaps something will sink in.

  7. Why don't the Jews simply block all entrances, so that none can go up? What can they do; arrest the entire Jewish population?

    If any single one is forbidden to pray there, then Hashem dictates, that no sort of prayer there, by anyone else, can be acceptable to Him. Am I proven wrong, in this?

    Had you kept the Temple Mount, none of this aggression would be occurring today. it would have all been taken care of, by 1973.

    It is incomprehensible, that any Jew would give the Temple Mount back. Hashem returned it to you, for the justification of the entire world. What was to be gained? How short-sighted.

    3,500 years of Hashem's Works, interrupted by a single individual's fear. Dayan, is no hero, in Hashem's Eyes. Quite the opposite.

    "Peace! Peace! When there is no peace…" comes to mind.

    And there will be no lasting peace, until the sign of the physical Temple is again built, and open for worship. Only then, is the clay vessel containing the Word, Mashiach, raised up and made manifest, for the good of the entire world.

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