7 thoughts on “Jalud: Another Day, Another Pogrom – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. The level of violence from these renegade settlers will continue to escalate, as they see there will never be accountability, no matter what they do. It’s just a matter of time until an Israeli activist will be killed by them. I wish I could think that even such a tragic event might change things, but having witnessed the complicity of the IDF I suspect the settlers will be cleared, the victim demonized. I believe many of the settlers are among the IDF and border police whose responsibility it is to control these thugs.

  2. RE: “Today, we have our own litany of Jewish pogroms in the West Bank to memorialize…” ~ R.S.

    W. H. AUDEN: “…I and the public know
    What all schoolchildren learn,
    Those to whom evil is done
    Do evil in return…”
    – from September 1, 1939

  3. “I believe many of the settlers are among the IDF and border police whose responsibility it is to control these thugs.”

    They are the Jew Klan as Richard described, and very much like the KKK. I still believe that within a few years there will be a Palestinian state. Whether there will still be an Israel, will depend on how Israel acts. Israel is committing suicide with its actions and if the choice is between Israel as it is now or no Israel, I’d rather there be no Israel.

  4. Israel is a one big settlement in the middle east. I am a settler, I just happen to settle in Raanana. My grandparents were settlers, they settled in Tel aviv, The arabs didn’t like them either back at the 30ths, I don’t care, it my land, my bothers at Hevron, Beit El, Kdumim, Ariel, Yerushalyim and so on are the defenders of the jewish state, the land of Israel. Peace.

    1. You’re full of crap. Nice for you to deliberately ape the rhetoric of the most radical of the anti ZIonists, which makes you just as much a rejectionist as they are. I’d much prefer you close your comments with “War,” for that is all you stand for. Isaiah had a passage that fit you perfectly: “They cry ‘Peace, Peace’ but there is no peace.”

  5. Thanks for exposing this Richard, it hurts me to read it but it is of utter importance that this information spreads out. As a former soldier in the West Bank, almost 20 years ago, I can see how the racism and violence which were hidden between the red rooftops in the settlements are now out in the open. And I can not understand how the soldiers there can operate the way they do. I would have raised a black flag and refused. The hate is trickling through all layers of society, and nobody seem to care

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