" 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)

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Remembering Rahavam Ze'evi: May G-d Avenge His Blood!

Eight years ago, four vipers from the "Palestinian Authority" entered the Hyatt Hotel in Jerusalem, and assassinated Minister of Tourism, Rehavam "Gandhi" Ze'evi. (Out of respect for him, I'm not going to repeat or use his foolish nickname, the name of a bald, idolatrous, pacifistic pervert.) Fatah's message was clear. We can get anyone, they boasted. And they were right. Rehavam's assassination epitomized the brazen and unpredictable face of Arab terror.

As the head of the Moledet Party, Rahavam was best known for his call to "voluntarily transfer" the Arabs out of Israel. "Voluntary transfer" was an impotent catch phrase that meant nothing. The Arabs weren't going to leave voluntarily, and Rahavam wasn't going to force them. This is the reason why his message never caused the Left to lose their minds, as they did when Rabbi Kahane called for the forcible eviction of the Arabs. The Left knew that Rahavam posed no threat to them or the Arabs. If anything, he siphoned away votes from Kach, the only political party that had a legitimate opportunity to change the direction of the country. Rather than strengthening the argument for transfer, Rahavam's platform took away it's teeth.

As someone who was slaughtered Al Kiddush Hashem, and whose soul now rests in the Olam Ha'Emet, Rahavam would surely want us to state the truth. Whatever mistakes he made in his political career, Rahavam's death at the hands of the Arabs grants him the status of a kadosh. May G-d avenge his blood!

They Must Go! On their own, or with a little Jewish elbow grease.

* Disturbing Fact: Merchav Am is a yishuv in the northern Negev named after Rahavam Ze'evi. The community regularly hires Arab laborers.

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