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Thursday, May 04, 2006 

Yesha residents need to work on the delegation scene now

I was reading this entry from Power Line, featuring the Center for Security Policy's publication of Caroline Glick's policy paper (in PDF format) explaining how Ehud Olmert's convergence plan is bad for both Israel and the US. First, here's an excerpt:
On its surface, Olmert’s convergence plan appears to align with U.S. national security interests by seeming to enhance both the traditional American support for a land-for-peace formula that will bring about the establishment of a peaceful Palestinian state, and the traditional U.S. opposition to Israeli settlement of the West Bank. However, when the convergence plan is examined critically, it becomes clear that if the U.S. government lends its support to the plan’s implementation, it will undermine its most important interests in the Middle East – namely the defeat of jihadist forces and the fostering of security, freedom, democracy and liberal values throughout the Arab and Islamic world.
As Scott says, it's a very powerful indictment of what the "disengagement" tactics led to. That said, I just thought of something that I think it's high time for Jewish residents of Judea, and even Hebron, to start working on: diplomatic delegation, and visiting US Congress and Senate to make a defense case for their right to live anywhere they want to in Israel.

As I posted yesterday, three Jewish families living in a building they bought legally from an Arab resident of Hebron are now facing problems, and there's no telling if you can rely on Israel's terrible courts to really be of help in a case like this. Well, that's why on the diplomatic front, the gloves need to be taken off, and the residents need to start working on becoming delegates to defend the Jewish cause in places like Congress. Because it's not just in Israel where this needs to be confronted, but also abroad, and, if we were to work good at this, it may be possible to put even this on the public agenda for discussion ahead of Olmert's arrival as well.

It would also be recommended to look for and work in cooperation with delegates from the Christian community who can help in dealing with the situation, including Christian residents of Bethlehem who're being persecuted by the Islamofascists.

So for all Israelis reading this who want to set things right, I strongly recommend taking this advice, and beginning to work on the steps needed for becoming delegates.

Update: regarding Beit Shapira in Hebron, Reuters writes a predictably biased photo file in which they describe the house residents as "squatting". For more insight into the subject, here's IMRA's publication of David Wilder's article on the legal matters.


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