Friday, December 09, 2016

Tefilla LeAmona לא לגירוש עמונה - YouTube Amona Atrocities Deja Vu


Tefilla to Save Amona

Remembering the Horrible Atrocities that Happened in Amona

From AFSI Newsletter Thurs. Dec 8th 2016

The Trauma That Awaits Amona
(Slated for Demolition by December 25)

Amona Evacuation, 2006

If the Regulation Bill continues its way through the Knesset and becomes law, then Amonawill be the "sacrificial lamb", with its structures destroyed and residents expelled. Would the potential benefit be worth the cost?

What would be the benefit? Simply (although there are many details), it is claimed that with passage of the bill, the 400,000 or so Jewish residents living in Judea and Samaria would be safe from any future action like this, since the legality of existing communities would be recognized by the government. Thus, some say, looking at the big, historic picture, evicting 40 families from Amona is an acceptable price to pay.

Is it worth it? If history is a guide, the answer is a clear NO. The gut-wrenching expulsion of nearly 10,000 Jewish residents from Gaza in 2005 is seared in every Israeli's memory, as are the lies Israel's citizenry were told leading up to it. Them there and we here? A recognized border? An end to terror? Did not happen.

Do we know with certainty that passing this bill will once and for all confer legal status to the Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria? Is this a step toward Jewish Sovereignty in Judea and Samaria, or will Amona be destroyed and the bill caught up in the legal system, not implemented, and thus without benefit? And will Israel's government be able to withstand the withering criticism and actions of the international community as a result of the bill's passage?

What we do know at the moment is that detailed plans are in the works for the destruction of Amona and the expulsion of its residents. The following is a reprint of an article in Haaretz, describing those plans. Due to its importance, we reprint it here since the original is behind a subscription firewall.

More than 1,000 Israel Police officers are slated to participate in the anticipated evacuation of Amona in a few weeks, and restraining orders are being issued to 200 far-right activists to keep them from entering the West Bank at that time. The police expect far-right protesters to try to thwart the move at the illegal outpost, but not with the same force used during the evacuation of the site in 2006.
Police Commissioner Roni Alsheich has approved the orders for the operation and sat in on the three major training sessions that were held in preparation for it.
As the security body with primary responsibility for the area in general, the Israel Defense Forces has been tasked with overall command of the evacuation effort. It will provide auxiliary support for the police, and will handle any incidents involving the Palestinian population during the event, due to occur before Dec. 25.
The police will be responsible for dealing with access routes, contact with the civilian population and the actual evacuation of residents.
The Shin Bet security service's Jewish department will provide intelligence related to any organized attempts to block the evacuation and to any figures who might disrupt it.
There have been several recent security-coordination meetings in advance of the operation, involving the head of the IDF Central Command, the head of the IDF's Judea and Samaria Division, the head of the Shin Bet's Jerusalem and West Bank Division, and the commander of the police's Judea and Samaria District.
Moshe Barkat, who heads the latter district's forces, was appointed by police chief Alsheich to command the operation.
Ever since the decision was made to remove the residents of Amona from their homes, police intelligence personnel have been trying to gauge the resistance the evacuating forces are liable to encounter, to estimate the number of people who will arrive at the scene from outside the West Bank, and to determine how many families will go willingly and how many will resist. The police's cyber division has also been working to find the far-rightist activists who have been calling for resistance to the evacuation.
In the days leading up to the event, with the aid of the Shin Bet, the police will start preventing prominent activists' entry to or removal from the West Bank. There are plans to issue restraining orders to approximately 200 such individuals, which will be in effect until after the evacuation.
The police are also considering temporarily detaining a group of approximately 20 prominent right-wing activists, whom they and the Shin Bet have identified as being problematic. Apparently these individuals have declared that they intend to violate orders prohibiting them from entering Judea and Samaria.
Several youths who have threatened to use violent measures are believed to have already come to the area and taken up positions on nearby hilltops.
The police believe that only a small number of Amona residents are likely to protest their evacuation violently, and that the bulk of the resistance will come from outside. The plan calls for there to be four police officers for every resident who leaves peacefully, but more officers if the person has to be forcefully evacuated.
Ahead of the operation the police have established six main units of 100-300 officers each, charged with six different, pre-assigned evacuation tasks. Commanders of the operation are aiming to thwart any private initiatives on the part of policemen that deviate from their assigned mission. This was one of the lessons from the previous Amona evacuation, where the unprofessional actions of some officers only stoked the unrest and made the operation more difficult.
The evacuating units will arrive at the outpost unarmed, except for the commander of each force. The troops offering the police cover will be equipped with various crowd-dispersal means. Near the command center that will be set up by the entrance to Amona, additional police officers and mounted police officers equipped with crowd-dispersal equipment will be on standby.
IDF and various observation forces will accompany the operation; police helicopters will record events as they unfold to enable the senior officers to assess the situation.
Among others posted at the main command center will be fire-fighting forces, Magen David Adom emergency rescue service personnel and vehicles, and other IDF and Shin Bet personnel.
Those forces actually entering the outpost will be from the Border Police and the Israel Police's Yasam (special patrol and security) division. Their first destination will be 10 buildings in which protesters may try to barricade themselves.
The roads leading to Amona are narrow and the police are also preparing for a situation in which protesters try to block the departure of buses carrying the evacuated residents.
The article can be accessed here:

On December 6, Arabs and the leftist group Yesh Din filed a suit against the planned relocation of the town of Amona to another portion of the mountain it is built upon. "The relocation plan was a key part of the compromise reached between Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Education Minister Nafatli Bennett to pass the Regulation Law without affecting decisions already issued by the Supreme Court." Read Arutz Sheva article here.  
Could it possibly be that the Arabs will "come to the rescue" as they have in the past by rejecting every offer of a "Peace Plan" that's been presented to them? If they force the issue to be reconsidered, who knows...?

Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Manya Hillel: Amona, Samaria. - YouTube

Fwd from Buddy Macy a MUST READ and DO email to Please Help Save AMONA! Your Critical Action Would Be Greatly Appreciated!!


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Buddy Macy <>
Date: Mon, Dec 5, 2016 at 8:09 PM
Subject: Please Help Save AMONA! Your Critical Action Would Be Greatly Appreciated!!
To: Buddy Macy <>

The Knesset is scheduled to vote on Amona and is considering legislation over the next couple of days. Please email Knesset Members and urge them to save Amona. Here's how:

Step 1.  Copy and paste the following addresses into the Bcc: box of a new email:


Step 2.  In the body of the email, type: 

Dear Member of Knesset:

Your vote on Amona tomorrow is very important.  

(Then choose from some of these points. It is important that your email is individualized, so use your own words. Thank you!!!)

a. Amona is a symbol of Jewish presence in JudeaSamaria – without which Israel is 9 miles wide.

b. From Amona, Jerusalem is easily visible. 

c. Amona – in fact the entire Regional Council surrounding Amona – is the only thing that stands between Ben-Gurion airport and Palestinian missile fire on airplanes flying in from Florida, New York and other places. Today you protect Amona; tomorrow Amona protects you when you board an airplane to Israel.

d. Amona is a symbol of lawfare against Israel – in this case, claims that land passed out to landowners long gone by a monarch who was illegally ruling in JudeaSamaria (the king of Jordan) are more important than claims of Jewish families legitimately allocated empty land by Israel's government. 

e. Amona reminds us and the world of the simple fact that the international community long ago pledged that Eretz Israel including JudeaSamaria would be the one place in the world where Jews would be a majority. The Arab nation including the Palestinian sector (which shares language, religion and origin with the remainder of their Arab brothers and sisters and is not a separate nation) received the remainder of the Middle East for their self-determination – about 99% of the Middle East. 

f. 200 children live in Amona who, like their parents, have done nothing wrong and should not be uprooted for reasons of human rights.

g. The war against Amona is being fought by radical left groups which have caused Israel great damage and 1000 victims of terrorism. These groups say terrorism is no worse than settling  the land – setting the stage for 9/11 and other atrocities worldwide. 

h. Amona and other communities like it are a huge help to the Israel Defense Forces. Israel's army can only deploy, say 10 thousand soldiers in strategic JudeaSamaria – tops!! – at any given time. The Jewish community in Amona and communities like it numbers about 500 thousand – 50 times as large. 

i. Amona and other communities like it  overlook Israel's bustling  population centers – Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem and their suburbs – and bravely prevent these population centers from being turned into useless, cowed war zones. 

j. Amona is part of the Land of Israel which historically belongs to the Jewish people whereas the Arab people already have vast tracts of land and should not be allowed to take our land away. 

k. The Amona Regulation Law offers generous financial compensation for land to Arabs who may never have owned the land. This is far more than descendants of the 3 million  full owners of Jewish property in Poland ever received – to this day, these full and indisputable owners were offered nothing by their former murderers.  


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Robin Ticker

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Monday, December 05, 2016

Jared Kushner's Family Donated Thousands to Projects in Judea and Samaria - Breaking Israel News | Latest News. Biblical Perspective.

Fwd: Help Save Amona from Demolition! A Cry for Help from The People of Amona. How do we donate to the Amona effort?


Dear Israel Activists, Lovers of Eretz Yisroel and Judea and Samaria and Supporters of Amona, amv"sh

Please read this link in Arutz7:

Regulation Law may not save AmonaPM and Finance Minister call to drop from Regulation Law provision which would prevent destruction of Amona

Dear Activists...Please let the Prime Minister Netanyahu and MK Naftali Bennett know that the regulation bill must include Amona! They can not use Amona as a bargaining chip for the Regulation Bill.  

The destruction of Amona and any other settlement that was approved by the Israel Supreme Court till now, will undermine the point of this bill which is the goal of our enemies.  It is not an option and is not on table!

Our enemies has always and will take the opportunity to increase terror whenever homes in Judea and Samaria are demolished in the name of "peace".  It is a tremendous Chillul Hashem!

When we go up to Shamayim they will ask each and every one of us what we did to make sure that 40 families and 200 children were not displaced, traumatized and made homeless by the gov't of Israel and a Court ruling that is immoral and anti Torah. 

Help Save Amona From Demolition by The People of Amona

Please sent the following Knesset Members a piece of your mind regarding saving Amona and may Hashem send us many miracles and blessings in kind!

Thank you Renanah Goldhar Gemeiner and Judy Kalish from AFSI for this fundraising link!  Thank you Susie Dym of Mattot Arim for the MK's email addresses.