" Thou comest to me with a sword and a spear and a shield, but I come to thee in the name of the L-rd of Hosts, the G-d of the armies of Israel, whom thou hast humiliated..." (I Samuel, 17:45-47)

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Points to Ponder

Question: If a Bedouin defecates in the desert, does he bury it in the sand?

Answer: Of course not. He lets it fossilize in the sun and builds a squatters camp around it.

Why is it that the Negev is littered with illegal Bedouin villages which are havens for a host of criminal activities, ranging from drug smuggling to prostitution? Why are these overgrown parasites of the desert allowed to rape the Negev with their unregulated overgrazing? Why aren't these illegal villages of tin roach motels (real illegal outposts) being bulldozed to the ground?

Why am I even asking these rhetorical questions? Therapy perhaps. The therapy of fueling one's righteous indignation by asking questions that intensifies one's anger and keeps him/her from growing apathetic and complacent. The answer is simple. The government is afraid of starting up with these savages of the desert. They're afraid of world opinion and what the world will say if these "indigenous natives" are forced to pack their bags and head for the Sinai. Afraid of Obama and his cast of Jew-haters. Afraid of their own neurotic Jewish shadows.

I understand that Knesset member Michael Ben-Ari recently went to the town of Rahat to videotape some of this illegal activity. I'd love to see some of the footage. Outrageous. Jews get beaten up and have their homes destroyed when they build in their own homeland, while the brazen Bedouins get away with murder. (No pun intended. If you fall asleep in the Negev without someone to watch your back, a Bedouin may indeed get away with murder.)

The chillul Hashem must end. This and all of the other sickening desecrations that will Heaven forbid lead to the Land regurgitating us out. The Torah is clear about what we are required to do. Cast out the inhabitants lest we be cast out ourselves.

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