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WATCH: Neturei Karta Protest Met With Creative Countermeasure At Teaneck Yom Hazikaron Event

A group of Neturei Karta members gathered outside the local Young Israel on Sunday to protest a Yom Hazikaron event featuring IDF and American veteran Mickey Flaumenhaft. However, their demonstration was met with an unexpected and humorous countermeasure from a nearby resident.

Flaumenhaft, a veteran of the IDF’s Nahal Brigade and recent reservist in the Jerusalem 9207th Battalion, shared stories of courage and heroism from his experiences during the Second Lebanon War and the recent conflict in Gaza. Despite the protests outside, the event continued uninterrupted, honoring the memories of fallen Israeli soldiers.

Meanwhile, outside, a creative neighbor took matters into his own hands, turning on his lawn sprinklers to soak the protesting Neturei Karta members. The unexpected shower seemed to cause some discomfort among the protesters, who were likely unprepared for the impromptu soaking.


(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)

24 Responses

  1. The NK is no longer a Jewish group. They were always people who thrived on conflict, aggression, incitement and hate. But at least they were ostensibly doing so on behalf of Torah.

    Today they are just bunch of Palestinians Nationalists. Their clothing they wear, the flags they fly, the slogans they yell etc. are all what they learned and copy from Palestinians Nationalists.

    Years ago they screamed about the Shalosh Shevous and we have no rights to control Eretz Yisroel. Not even if the non-Jews give it to us . Today they scream “Free, Free Palestine” Which is a call for a bloodbath R”L in an effort to conquer Eretz Yisroel and install our (Palestinian) government there.

  2. Those Netura Karte members caused alot of tzar and pain to Satmere Rebbe zt”l …
    The Rebbe never allowed then in the vicinity of Satmar….

  3. I agree with smerel. I can respect a halachic claim that Jews are prohibited to go back k’homa, even if I don’t agree with it. Today’s NK crossed the line when they chant Free Palestine and support Hamas

  4. smerel:
    The Torah has rules about what makes anyone Jewish or otherwise. While on the topic of “Jewish”, if you call NK not Jewish, yet still claim that the Zionists and their “State” are Jewish, then you are clearly not following the Torah.

    The Palestinian nationalist nonsense is presumably to attract attention. Regardless of who should or should not rule there, the NK certainly does not want terrorists ruling anywhere, and I have never seen anything like that on record from them.

    Regardless of the problems with some of their methods, their core message remains the same, fully in-line with the Torah, and therefore correct, just as it always was: the Zionist “State” was forbidden to create (and remains so), the Zionists do not represent Jews and the Zionists have caused incalculable trouble for Jews.

  5. i am from Britain and we dont really have many of these reshoiim here. so i dont udnerstand how you can just stand by and video them. personally i would run over and beat the *** out of them. mushchosim.

  6. Sorry… ‘the creative and humerous countermeasure’ in this video is a ‘nothing burger’…thanks for wasting my time……no-one moved an inch…..

  7. Every member of the Neturei Karta is a LUNATIC.
    Every member of the Neturei Karta is a RODAIF.
    Every member of the Neturei Karta is a MOSAIR.
    Every member of the Neturei Karta is a CHILLUL HASHEM.
    Every member of the Neturei Karta is a SHONDA FOR THE G0Y1M.
    When Rabbi Shteinmann ZTL came to Monsey, they spit on his face.
    When will Jews get SERIOUS about stopping this very dangerous evil?

  8. 4 takeaways
    1. Better make noise in Teaneck than Manhatten less chill hashem
    2. A yid without a rav or kehila can stray so far
    3 in mitzrayim the yiden kept their levush , one can be wearing a yidshe levush and stll be in mem tes sharray tumah
    4. Freedom of speech in golus America

  9. HaKatan is correct. Don’t call NK “not Jewish” if you don’t say the same about the so-called “Jewish State” and Zionism.

  10. >>>HaKatan is correct. Don’t call NK “not Jewish” if you don’t say the same about the so-called “Jewish State” and Zionism.

    I NEVER refer to Israel as the Jewish state. Nor do I refer to or think of Zionism as Judaism.

    The Neturei Karta is still a Palestinian Nationalist group fighting for Palestinian Nationalism. Those who believe in what that groups ideology was many decades ago should the first and the loudest to scream “Neturei Karta isn’t Judaism and does not represent Torah observant Jews”

  11. Hakatan, You and anyone else who thinks they can cross out half of Tanach, Talmud and complete Prakim of the Rambam based on a phony interpretation of an agadata gemara are REFORM JEWS.

  12. Duvidf:
    You and anyone else who thinks they can cross out the entirety of Tanach, Talmud and Rambam based on a heretical misinterpretation of a gemara brought liHalacha throughout the centuries including by the Rambam himself are HERETICS and IDOL WORSHIPERS.

  13. Hakatan, where does it say in Tanach, Talmud and Rambam that Jews can’t arm and defend themselves against enemies who want to annihilate us?

  14. HaKatan NK has been condemned by every major frum group. They’re not tzadikim and helping Hamas against Israel makes them a rodef and Moser. Try to think a little.

  15. philosopher:
    On an individual/small group level, of course they can and must defend themselves. But, for Klal Yisrael as a whole, as the Chofetz Chaim tells us as we learn from Yaakov Avinu with his encounter with Esav in VaYishlach that he prepared for three things: Tefillah, Gifts and – if those failed – fleeing/escaping (not combat). The gemara also brings the oaths as binding halacha which forbid the Zionist approach for multiple reasons, and the Rambam himself brings those as halachically in force in his Iggeres Teiman.

  16. lakewhut:
    I’m not sure what is your point. There are certainly issues with some of NK’s methods, but their message is still exactly right: that Zionism is diametrically opposed to Judaism and that the State of Israel does not represent Jews.

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