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Ehud Barak's illustrious political career

Shows what comes from negotiating with the enemies of the God of Israel!!
Exodus 34:12 Be careful not to make a treaty with those who live in the land
where you are going,
or they will be a snare among you.

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---- Original Message -----
From: "Philip Blom" <>
To: "zionsake-at-holyland-inc" <>
Sent: Sunday, December 10, 2000 5:21 PM
Subject: Barak left North fenceless & defenseless

PM Barak should resign permanently and in shame from politics over the kidnapping of the three soldiers and the killing of another INSIDE the northern border. It was one of his election promises to withdraw Israel's forces from Israel's security zone in south Lebanon (territory that actually historically belongs with Israel).

Well, he fulfilled his promise in his typical "zbang v'gamarnu" style, only considering the boost it might give him in the polls, but not caring about the consequences for Israel, the shame it brought on its soldiers, the plight of the SLA and Christians in the area, etc.

It lead, among many other things to the kidnapping of the three soldiers. PM Barak, however, is unrepentant and one wonders whether the man has a conscience. The other day the Indian minister of Transport resigned over the derailment of a train! That's honor, especially since the honorable minister had nothing to do in practice with the day to day running of trains. But this withdrawal and the way it was done was 100% Barak's exercise, the least he can do is to resign from politics to spare us the anxiety of what "zbang vgamarnu" he is going to pull on us next - like giving the Arabs control over the Temple Mt, leaving Israel fenceless & defenseless on the border with Jordan (also historically Israeli territory), etc. Or like resigning now as PM, but I think this one is going to be a "zbackfire vgamarnu" on him.
Evn Perach

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From: <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, December 06, 2000 11:44 AM
Subject: IDF Spokesperson: Syrian Civilian that Crossed the Israeli-Lebanese Border where there is no fence
5 December 2000

[IMRA:  The fence was not completed before the withdrawal from Lebanon that was  announced a year in advance by Prime Minister Ehud Barak because Defense Minister Ehud Barak declined to fight for the budget for the fence a meetings of the cabinet - this despite repeated requests from COS Mofaz that preparations be made for the withdrawal.  Prime Minister Barak has been careful to apply only one benchmark for measuring the success of the withdrawal:  casualties suffered during the withdrawal operation.  The fact that fences, defense positions, etc. were not in place is not considered relevant, nor the fact that today Defense Minister Barak faces the incredibly horrible dilemma that if the IDF orders the residents of the Northern border to take cover in their shelters that the Hizbullah would have absolutely no problem to direct their fire instead at the many targets that are now within range thanks to the withdrawal (up to the outskirts of Haifa).]

A Syrian civilian crossed this morning into Israeli territory between the crest of Mt. Dov to the Hatzbani valley, along the Israeli-Lebanese border.

The civilian crossed the border at the point where there is no border fence. He was identified east of Kfar Rajar, and apprehended by the Israeli Police. From the initial investigation it was determined that the civilian does not have a terrorist background. The IDF is investigating the circumstances of the incident.

IMRA - Independent Media Review and Analysis

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----- Original Message -----
From: Philip Blom
To: Temple Mount Faithfull ; zionsake-at-holyland-inc
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 11:16 AM
Subject: Ex-PM Barak's (leftist), "I desire to believe" and reality

Ex-PM Barak's ideology, "I desire to believe", in his quest for peace with the Arabs, led time and again to the same disastrous result I see with my little Yorkshire Terrier's attempts to befriend cats. The cats are really rattled by this friendly little dog, and they often try to get a closer look at this hairy little creature that's actually a little smaller than them. The little dog also tries to approach them, tail wagging, but when her nose just about touches that of the cat she tries to befriend, the cat would strike at her like lightning. And she just doesn't learn, like the peace camp. They don't realize that they are negotiating with people who are controlled by Islam in which negotiating is just another type of warfare. Islam is a territorial religion, it proliferates by conquering territory and then proclaims its claim to the territory 5 times a day with its, said to be, "prayers" - the most annoying form of "spamming" (junkmail) imaginable.

The Arabs, prompted by Islam, don't want Israel to retreat to pre-Six Day War (1967) lines, they want a return to the unpartitioned Palestine of 1947. They didn't accept the partitioning then, and still don't! Israel should also not accept it! Arabs in the land should rather be treated as foreigners according to biblical norms and given residency instead of citizenship! According to biblical standards, no other god than the God if Israel (Old & New Testament) should be permitted - especially not the god served with the slogan, "Allah HuAkbar". Wake up Jews, he is "another" god pretending to be the only god!!
Evn Perach
Tel Aviv

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----- Original Message -----
From: <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, January 29, 2001 5:26 PM
Subject: Barak's candidacy for pm contested due to flaws in his military career

A Jerusalem businessman, Yoram Yazde,  has filed a petition in the High Court of Justice, demanding that the Central Election Committee suspend the candidacy of Ehud Barak for the office of prime minister.  The court papers contend  that in 1982, when Barak was serving as a high-ranking IDF commander, he slept through a critical battle of the war in Lebanon with tragic  results for his soldiers.

In the first days of  the 1982 Operation Peace for the Galili, in which Israel invaded Lebanon to crush the terrorist infrastructure created by the PLO,  Barak was assigned as a commander over Israeli forces in the Eastern region of Southern Lebanon.  On June 11, 1982,  an Israeli division was caught in a deadly trap in the area known as Sutlan Yakub.  The Israeli soldiers were ambushed by elite commandos of the Syrian Army as well as PLO guerilla units.  Caught in a vise,  in which the soldiers were over-powered and sustaining devastating losses, they repeatedly signaled for assistance from the command to rescue them from the trap.

Although, there were two other divisions in the area under Barak's command no orders were sent to rescue the trapped soldiers.  In the battle numerous Israeli troops were killed and others were taken prisoner.  Three Israeli soldiers captured that day at Sultan Yakub include Zakary Baummel, Zvi Feldman and Yehuda Katz.  All three were reported to have been taken prisoner alive.  For over 19 years the three are still missing in action, believed to have been held by either the Syrians or the Iranians, with no other information being brought to their families.  In the days after the signing of the Oslo Accords, terrorist leader Yassir Arafat delivered half of  Baummel's dog tag to Yitzhak Rabin.  He has refused to provide additional details to the families.

Over the years allegations have arisen that Barak slept through the battle of Sultan Yakub and the responsibility for failing to send in the rescue divisions rests with him. Recently,  during a campaign speech, a student berated Likud leader Ariel Sharon for the shell shock her father received during the failed battle of Sultan Yakub.  The accusation made headlines in the Israeli press.

However, the young girl's father, Zvika Komai, told reporters that he had heard rumors for years that Ehud Barak had bungled the Sultan Yakub operation:  Komai said that for almost twenty years he had heard that Barak was sleeping during the Sultan Yakub operation and that it was forbidden to awaken him in the critical moments of the battle.    "I would be glad if somebody will remove, finally, the doubt over this bizarre battle and will check Barak's role in the mision. A battle which left me scarred until this very day. From my point of view this battle was carried out in a panic, disordered,  fatigued, without proper weapons, a big mess,  without any intelligence."

Israel's chief military historian Dr. Uri Millstein says: "This is not the first time that Barak failed to rescue soldiers.  In 1973 he bungled another rescue at the  `Chinese Farm' battle in Sinai and failed to rescue soldiers under the direct command of Yitzhak Mordechai.  In the Sultan Yakub battle he failed to save soldiers.  In  the Tze'elim helicopter crash he abandoned the wounded soldiers.  At Yosef's Tomb, as Defense Minister, he failed to rescue Madkat Yusuf, a Druze soldier trapped their under Palestinian fire. The army should reveal the conclusions of  the Sultan Yakub disaster and allow the IDF to learn the lessons."

The High Court petition calls on the Central Elections Committee to suspend Barak until everything is brought to the public concerning his actions of in Lebanon.

IMRA - Independent Media Review and Analysis

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Evn Perach" <>
Newsgroups: alt.politics.jaffo,alt.politics.religion,alt.religion.judaism,me.politics,soc.culture.israel,talk.politics.mideast,
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 9:49 PM
Subject: Jewish democracy a "Trojan Horse" creating system

The Arab's "BANG-BANG" treatment of collaborators with the enemy and even opposition to leadership is well-known. As against this, the Jews have a "Trojan Horse" system in Israel that accommodates collaborators with the enemy and opposition to the government, called democracy.

Since Jews are extremely varied in their prerogatives and opinions, religious and secular to various degrees and Israeli society is so genetically and culturally diverse due to diaspora influences, its parliament (Knesset) is a real circus of representatives of nearly every group that has large enough numbers to merit a political representative. Due to secular humanistic thinking of the majority of Israelis, however, democracy has been taken so far that the Knesset even includes representatives of outright enemies of the State of Israel, like the Arab MKs. Leftist Israeli representatives, on the other hand, as well as some moderates from the Likud and religious parties who think and act like leftists, pose just as much danger as they do, because they pursue agendas that benefit the enemies of Israel more than their own people. Why do they do this? I'll try to give some reasons - in order of gravity:

  1. Their agendas represent that of external groups they are part of or try to appease, like groups striving for world domination, one-world rule, Freemasonry, globalizers, conspiracies to control the flow of oil to the West, etc. Viz. Seeing the way Ehud Barak was weakening Israel and making it fenceless and defenseless, one could have asked, "who is this guy really working for?"
    It was certainly not for the well-being of Israel!
    More questions:

  2. International pressure from especially the USA -  which caused Rabin to
    sign the Oslo Accord and shake Arafat's hand on the Whitehouse lawn (with
    obvious disdain), Netanyahu to sign the Hebron and Wye accords, etc. It
    doesn't apply to Ariel Sharon; it was obvious that he was going to "play
    along" from his insistence on establishing a unity government even during
    his election campaign, him wanting to appoint Barak as minister of defense,
    his policy of restraint similar to that of Barak and Peres, etc.

  3. Satanic influences in the agendas of the USA government, Freemasonry, globalizers, etc. It can be seen from various pentagram designs (satanic goat's head) of structures in the US; the Statue of Liberty is an exact replica of a statue representing eroticism in Babylon; the needle in Washington is a phallic pillar resulting in a pregnant belly next to it (dome) similar to the Islamic minarets and mosque domes - does it explain the great care of the Israeli government not to damage anything Islamic?

  4. Naive pursuance of the peace cult, ignoring the obvious fact that the Arabs will not rest, due to the aspirations of Islam, until they have driven the Jews into the sea.

  5. Greater fear of Islam and world powers than of the God of Israel. Meanwhile Islam's god couldn't help them to win any war against Israel.

  6. Ignorance of the fact that the God of Israel and the god of Islam are different gods.

To the glory of the God of Israel who will prevail in the end.
Evn Perach
Tel Aviv

PS. See how things will start going wrong for America WHEN Jonathan Pollard
dies in prison!

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----- Original Message -----
From: Philip Blom
To: zionsake-at-holyland-inc
Sent: Tuesday, December 12, 2000 4:26 PM
Subject: Israel's selfseeking politicians judged by Psalm 94:

  1. O LORD, the God who avenges, O God who avenges, shine forth.

  2. Rise up, O Judge of the earth; pay back to the proud (politicians) what they deserve.

  3. How long will the wicked, O LORD, how long will the wicked (politicians) be jubilant.

  4. They pour out arrogant words; all the evildoers are full of boasting (that they can make peace with Israel's enemies -- at a time when you'd said there will be no peace [Jeremiah 6:14 They dress the wound of my people as though it were not serious. 'Peace, peace,' they say, when there is no peace] ).

  5. They crush your people, O LORD (using them as human sacrifices for the peace process); they oppress your inheritance (dividing it to give most of it to an Arab enemy).

  6. They slay the widow and the alien; they murder the fatherless (refers to their own people and aliens living among them, being exposed to terrorist attacks - blood for PR).

  7. They say, "The LORD does not see; the God of Jacob pays no heed (being secular, they anyway don't think he exists and that his Book should be heeded. If they did, they would not recognize Arab claims to land in Eretz Israel).

  8. Take heed, you senseless ones among the people; you fools, when will you become wise.

  9. Does he who implanted the ear not hear? Does he who formed the eye not see?

  10. Does he who disciplines nations not punish? Does he who teaches man lack knowledge.

  11. The LORD knows the thoughts of man; he knows that they are futile.

  12. Blessed is the man you discipline, O LORD, the man you teach from your law.

  13. You grant him relief from days of trouble, till a pit is dug for the wicked (whose fear of nations rather than God and political careers are more important to them than their inheritance and their people).

  14. For the LORD will not reject his people; he will never forsake his inheritance.

  15. Judgment will again be founded on righteousness, and all the upright in heart will follow it.

  16. Who will rise up for me against the wicked? Who will take a stand for me against evildoers? (Give us a Deborah to save the nation from the Baraks [leftist whimps] - Judges 4/5).

  17. Unless the LORD had given me help, I would soon have dwelt in the silence of death.

  18. When I said, "My foot is slipping," your love, O LORD, supported me.

  19. When anxiety was great within me, your consolation brought joy to my soul.

  20. Can a corrupt throne be allied with you--one that brings on misery by its decrees (so as not to disrupt the peace process).

  21. They band together against the righteous and condemn the innocent to death (using them as sacrifices for the peace process).

  22. But the LORD has become my fortress, and my God the rock in whom I take refuge.

  23. He will repay them for their sins and destroy them for their wickedness; the LORD our God will destroy them (Joel 3:2 I will gather all nations and bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat. There I will enter into judgment against them [include leftist Jews] concerning my inheritance, my people Israel, for they scattered my people among the nations and divided up my land.)
    Evn Perach
    Tel Aviv

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----- Original Message -----
From: Evn Perach
To: Landau, Uzi ; Lieberman, Avigdor ; Livnat, Limor
Sent: Sunday, March 10, 2002 10:25 AM
Subject: Amend the 1967 Protection of Holy Places Law
Dear Israeli Leader
Josef (Tommie) Lapid of Shinui said about Islam in Jerusalem Post of June 1, 2001.
Fanatical Islam
** provides the Palestinians with political, financial, organizational and religious support. Militant Islam today brings bloodshed wherever it is: In Chechnya and Bosnia, Indonesia and Afghanistan, Macedonia and the Philippines,  Algeria and Kashmir, the Ayatollahs and Mullahs see Israel's defeat not only as a realization of the Palestinian dream but as a commandment from Allah.  **All Muslims carry the seed of fanaticism
No Islam, No Osama Bin Ladens, no imams, muftis, mosques, wailing minarets, no incitement, NO Allahu akbar shouting terrorists -

"We're not attacking Islam but Islam attacked us. The God of Islam is not the same God!" It's a different God and I believe it is a very evil and wicked religion." Rev. Franklin Graham

Sadly, Jews and most Christians don't discern that the God of Islam and their God of Israel isn't the same God. Psalm 81:9 therefore applies: "You shall have no foreign god among you...!!"
Baruch Goldstein should have followed the biblical model to destroy the structure (home) of the foreign god(s) rather than to kill the people inside it. Israel's strategy should therefore also be to bomb empty Islamic structures rather than empty PA buildings. The Arabs must get the message, "if you want to serve this Allah, go and do it someplace else!" They anyway don't pray towards the Temple Mount!
"Evangelism" the Muslim way: "Islam will defeat all other religions and it will be disseminated, by Allah's will, through the Muslim Jihad fighters." [Islamic Education for Seventh Grade -. 125"]
Jewish leaders keep on respecting Islamic structures more than their own, judging from what happened to Joseph's Tomb and what is now happening on the Temple Mount. Amending the 1967 Protection of Holy Places Law should be a priority. Why do we have to put up with the structures of a foreign god in Israel, especially for now, those in exclusively Jewish areas?

Evn Perach

Allah is not the same god

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