PM Netanyahu Continues Holding High Lever Security Consultations


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bibyIn light of nationwide security concerns resulting from increased terror attacks and acts of violence, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Wednesday, 19 Marcheshvan held another high-level security consultation.

The prime minister met in his Jerusalem office, met with Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz and ISA (Israel Security Agency – Shin Bet) Director Yoram Cohen and ordered an immediate halt to publicly dealing with issues that should be resolved between the security services.

“We all have a national responsibility for the security of the State of Israel and we must continue to fully cooperate for the security of Israel’s citizens,” the Prime Minister said.

(YWN – Israel Desk, Jerusalem)


  1. Meaning? So far I haven’t seen too much security or any proactive measures. Of course as regular citizens we are not privy to any information or decisions etc, but I was surprised not to see any soldiers or border police by the light rail stations from HaTurim to Davidka, not even by the shuk.

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    They are doing away with geirus standards, with Shabbos laws, with kashrus laws, with gittin, with kiddushin, with traditional marriage, and with the way secular traditional and religious have co-existed since the founding of the state. They want to reduce the role of Torah and halacha with tens of cuts and slices

    The people who began the current battle against Torah are very clever. Instead of coming straight out and declaring war against frumme Yidden, the reshoim from Yesh Atid and Bayit Yehudi came up with a slogan. They called their campaign “shivyon banetel.” They claim that all they are attempting to do is correct some social imbalance. They claim that they really care about the chareidim and that the campaign is all about improving their economic welfare.

    Chas veshalom, they will tell you. They are not against Torah, not against frum people, and not against yeshivos and kollelim. They are against parasites. They want to straighten everything out and make everyone even. And what is wrong with that?

    What they really want to achieve has nothing to do with the army. They merely hitched a ride on a convenient emotional wave.

    They seek to force kollel people into poverty, contract yeshivos by shrinking their budgets, and change the face of the Israeli rabbinate by putting in place liberal rabbis and dayonim all across the country.

    Yet, they spin it, stating that they are the ones with “ahavat Yisrael.” We are baalei machlokes, they claim, while they are men of peace, progress and conciliation. We are divisive haters and demonizers, while they are progressive purveyors of optimism and hope.

    And more people than we would like to admit buy into their arguments.

    Many modern historians point to the theory popularized by the biggest rasha in recent history. The Big Lie theory was used by Adolf Hitler and promoted by his minister of propaganda, Joseph Goebbels. The basic idea is that if a lie, no matter how ludicrous, is repeated often enough and with enough persistence, people will eventually believe it. These two evil men used this strategy to great effect, blaming Jews for all the problems in the world, including the loss of life and the upheaval of the First World War, the economic collapse, and health problems.