Wednesday, November 4, 2009
The Teital Case: What's Going On?
It appears that Yaakov Teital has become a convenient scapegoat for anything and everything the Shabak feels they can pin on him. Every "unsolved mystery" within the last 10 years is now being attributed to the "Jewish terrorist", as he has come to be known by the Left. (The Leftist media has already convicted him without a trial. If they could, they'd be fitting him for a noose.) Now we hear that the Shabak is trying to blame him for the recent murder of two Israeli policeman in the Jordan Valley, despite the fact that there isn't a shred of evidence tying him to the attack. It smells like a blood-libel.
Something isn't right. You can feel it in the air. Of course, something is always fishy in a country that denies a man a criminal lawyer and extracts "confessions" from him during secret interrogations. Something always seems terribly wrong when you're dealing with the Shabak, who are capable of anything when it comes to persecuting Jews whose ideological positions are diametrically opposed to their own. Listen to stories of Jews who have been harassed by these animals, and you will learn to believe the unbelievable.
Before I can comment on this whole affair and articulate the Jewish position as I see it, (and my comments will naturally differ significantly from the views of the accursed leftists of Ha'aretz or the respectable mamlachtim of Arutz 7), I'd like to know the facts beforehand. The problem is, the Bolsheviks are up to their old games again.