Thursday, December 18, 2014

Moshe Feiglin's Bar Ilan Speech. Amazing Speech and platform. Yasher Koach!


MK Moshe Feiglin's Bar Ilan Speech: My Blueprint for Israel's Future

My comments

Amazing Speech!  Much Bracha and Hatzlacha.   My only question is why is Likud so essential for this platform. I propose a newly formed party with no baggage with this platform. Call it Zocher HaBrit or choose another name.  Invite other Likud MK's, Bayit Yehudi Mk's,  Chareidi MK's etc. who also have too much baggage with their political parties and let's start anew with our roots firmly anchored in the ground in Torah rather than in 1948 with the establishment of the State of Israel.  Please read 1937 resolution at the Knessiah Gedolah of Marienbad. The Agudah Rabbanim at that time acknowledged that the Land of Israel is an everlasting inheritance for the Jewish People.  The borders can not be changed and if done so, has no validity.  The gov't should be a gov't of Torah and Mitzvoth.  This is basically consistent with Moshe Feiglin's Platform.. It is not a Chareidi platform but a universal platform that is based on truth and justice.  In the end of Times, Vehaya B'Achrit Hayamim, all Nations of the world will be streaming to Har Habayit, to Temple Mount and Truth and Justice and Torah will come forth from Zion. 


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Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Kerry slanders Jews of Judea and Samaria. EU Members France, Germany and Britain disregard legal rights enshrined in the UN Charter - Article 80.


We are believers, children of believers
and we have none (else) to rely on
but but on our father
our father in heaven

Israel Israel
believed in The Lord
for He is your aid and your protection

Lyrics and translation

Headlines From Arutz7 1st Day of Chanuka 5775 December 17, 2014

Europe Removes Hamas from Terror List

European Parliament Votes to Recognize 'Palestine'

Netanyahu Demands EU Place Hamas Back on Terrorism List

Kerry Recycles Discredited Claim That West Bank Mosque Fire Was 'Indefensible Price Tag Attack' by Ben Cohen

The Timing of this is pretty worrisome.

Tuesday December 16, 2014
EU Vote Tomorrow 4 PA State! Kerry in France met with European Leaders.   Confrontation in UN on the horizon? EU members France, Germany and Britain drafting UN Resolution on Israeli-Palestinian Peace to return to 67 borders disregarding  legal rights  enshrined in the UN Charter - Article 80.  

Sunday, December 14, 2014
Urgent Time Sensitive! Did you sign the petition? TO EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT: DO NOT RECOGNIZE PALESTINIAN STATE! Please fwd and send viral.

Robin Ticker
Activist emails sent to my list  are L'Ilui Nishmat Yisrael ben David Aryeh ob"m (Izzy - Kaplan) and Howard Chaim Grief great activists and lovers of Eretz Yisroel, Am Yisroel and the Torah. Yehi Zichronum Baruch.  May their memories serve as a blessing.

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Fwd: Special Rpt: ImTi and the 19th Knesset

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From: Im Tirtzu <>
Date: Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 2:29 PM
Subject: Special Rpt: ImTi and the 19th Knesset
To: Robin <>


Shalom Friends and Happy Chanukah!

I'm pleased to send you a report on Im Tirtzu's work with the 19th Knesset (see below).  As you'll see we have built warm relationship with Knesset members, have initiated discussions and have proposed ideas for legislation.  The big news, of course, is that Ronen is running for Knesset.  The report contains many links and some Youtube videos do not automatically show English subtitles.  Please toggle the captioning icon.  Regarding this or anything else, I'm always available if you have any questions.

If you or your friends are considering year-end contributions, please include Im Tirtzu among your (tax deductible) gifts.

Checks to CFI:

Checks with Im Tirtzu noted in the memo line may be mailed to:
Central Fund of Israel
c/o Marcus Brothers Textiles
980 6th Ave
New York, NY 10018  USA
attn: Arthur Marcus
Please include a return address for the receipt.
Tax ID Number: 13-2992985

Bank transfer to The Israel Consensus Project (TICP) with reference Im Tirtzu:

Account name: The Israel Consensus Project, Inc.
The EIN:  52-1401312
Account number: 4984584747
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Bank: Citibank
Bank address: 80 S Greeley Ave, Chappaqua, NY 10514

For other contribution options, go here:  

Best regards and Happy Chanukah!

Matan Peleg

CEO, Im Tirtzu




Sworn in on 5 February 2013, Israel's 19th Knesset was unusually short-lived.  Even with this limited time frame Im Tirtzu was active among Knesset members and decision-makers.  This report highlights Im Tirtzu's many activities in the 19th Knesset and, for your convenience, it has been arranged by topic rather than as a timeline. 

The first item is the most topical and will lead into the elections of the 20th Knesset, taking place 17 March 2015.


Ronen Shoval, founder of Im Tirtzu, is running for the Knesset

Ronen launched his primary campaign for a slot on the Bayit HaYehudi list.  While Im Tirtzu is an extra-parliamentary movement, sending an "ambassador" fulfills its own strategic goals.  Since our mission is to create a Zionist elite, we hope to see many members of Im Tirtzu eventually run for office or take on other leadership roles as a natural progression of our vision.

Many volunteers from the movement are supporting Ronen's campaign and we all wish him great success!



2nd Annual Zionist Human Rights Conference

Im Tirtzu held the 2nd Annual Human Rights Conference on International Human Rights day, 10 December, at the Diaspora Museum at Tel Aviv University.  The timing of the conference coincides with the start of the election campaign and the integration of human rights and Zionism is vital for the election.

The conference was divided into two parts.  In the first part, Matan Peleg, CEO of Im Tirtzu, presided over a discussion on Israeli civilian issues.  In the second part, led by Dr. Ronen Shoval, a multi-faith discussion was held on religious issues.  Taking part in the conversation were Father Gabriel Nadaf, Rabbi Yuval Sherlo, and Druze cleric Jihad Kablan.

At the end of the conference awards were presented for Zionist activities to Rabbi Yehuda Glick, an activist for Jewish rights on the Temple Mount, and Anett Haskia, a Muslim Zionist.




Im Tirtzu's campaign to stop Israel's High Court from overreaching its authority during elections

On 25 November 2014, Im Tirtzu held a conference called "The Country under the Rule of the High Court."  The conference launched a public campaign aimed at mobilizing the public and raising awareness among decision-makers to block the High Court from overreaching its authority.  Unchecked judicial action, along with a politicization saturated with post-Zionist worldviews, severely endangers the existence of Israel as a Jewish and democratic state.


Petition to end the judicial coup and stop the overreaching of the court


Position Paper

Checks and balances are a natural component among branches of government in a democracy.  However, in Israel, the High Court is overstepping its bounds and is starting to take on characteristics of a dictatorship.  This will damage Israel in every field and on every level.  This position paper presents the history of the court, its current divergent path, including the role of the Attorney General and his office, and will provide suggestions on how to return the Court to its natural place in the democratic order.


Pictures from the Conference


Video from the Conference


Media Coverage of the Conference



Arutz 7:



Radio Reshet B:  Two morning reports with a quote by Prof. Aumann

Radio Galei Israel: Broadcast of the conference (full)




Arutz 7:

Jerusalem Post :



Campaign Advertisement in Makor Rishon


MK Ayelet Shaked (Beit Yehudi) took part in the conference and is leading the campaign in the Knesset.


Legislative proposals

  • Jerusalem Day Bill (written and prepared by Im Tirtzu and submitted by MK Yoni Chetboun [Beit Yehudi])

The purpose of the bill is to make Jerusalem Day a national holiday to increase Israel's connection to the day.  Im Tirtzu will continue to promote this bill in the next Knesset.


Media Coverage


Arutz 7:  :

Jerusalem Net:



Jerusalem Post:

Arutz 7:


  • Proposed amendment to the defamation law to include defamation of the IDF. (written and prepared by Im Tirtzu and submitted by MK Yoni Chetboun [Beit Yehudi])

The law currently differentiates between verbal defamation of an individual and verbal defamation of a public official.  In the case of defamation of a public person there is no civil or criminal recourse, which opens up the possibility of exploiting the problematic situation. 

In recent years, Israel's detractors and those working to boycott and delegitimize Israel chose soldiers as convenient targets of slander knowing that legal action will not be taken against them.  Over the years soldiers who have been damaged by slanderous and false allegation have been left with no legal recourse.  

The result is that those who were sent to protect Israel's citizens find themselves stigmatized with no defense.

The amendment seeks to recognize the fact that the IDF and its soldiers are unique among groups in Israel due to the IDF's position on the world stage.  Severe harm is caused to Israel because of false accusations made against the army and the harm caused to IDF soldiers individually who have no way to protect their reputations.

The amendment would allow IDF officers to sue on behalf of the military branch in which they served to protect themselves against anti-Israel propaganda.

Im Tirtzu will continue to promote this bill in the next Knesset.


Media Coverage



Video: Discussion of the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee after the Attorney General thwarted the legislative process.  Matan Peleg, CEO of Im Tirtzu speaks: (with English subtitles)


Committee Participation

Im Tirtzu took part in more than thirty different committee discussions during the 19th Knesset.  A few highlights:

  • On 28 July 2014, the Knesset Interior Committee headed by MK Miri Regev dealt with the issue of police action to respond to incitement among civilians and members of Knesset and specifically discussed the problem of incitement against minorities who want to join the army such as Christian Arabs, Druze, and Bedouins.  Alon Schvartzer, Head of Policy for Im Tirtzu, speaks:

  • At the Knesset Science and Technology Committee meeting on 24 February 2014, Alon Schvartzer gave a statement regarding Haifa University's refusal to grant Prof. Israel Aumann an honorary degree because of his political views.  Proposed to the agenda by MK Yisrael Eichler (United Torah Judaism) and MK Yaakov Margi (Shas).  Subtitled in English.

  • The Knesset Audit Committee convened to discuss Im Tirtzu's report on the issue of Haifa University Law clinics representing terrorists.

It should be noted that the Minister of Education Shai Piron stated that he would set up an international committee on the state of law clinics in Israel, but "not because of Im Tirtzu's report."


Knesset Caucuses

Im Tirtzu chairs the steering committee of the Knesset Caucus to Combat De-legitimization of the State of Israel and is in the planning stages of setting up another caucus for the protection of minorities serving in the army and civil service.  The second caucus has been postponed to the next Knesset.


Knesset Caucus to Combat the De-legitimization of Israel.

First meeting: 27 May 2014

Conclusion of the emergency meeting of the Caucus for the Struggle against Delegitimization of Israel 27 May 2014 (English subtitles)


Second meeting: 23 June 2014

At this meeting MK Shimon Ohayon said of Im Tirtzu:

I want, especially here, to point out a blessed phenomenon, outside of the Knesset, and it is the phenomenon of "Im Tirtzu." A phenomenon that unites... [applause] A phenomenon that unites, throughout the wide public, very much among the young population, both religious and secular, (unites) the national strength. Of both the People of Israel, and the State of Israel. And it does so with a lot of wisdom and with great success. And we need to strengthen them.


Third meeting: 30 July 2014

Discussion dealt with filing complaints with the Human Rights Council against Hamas and Qatar for funding Hamas.  A campaign was initiated to collect signatures of residents of southern Israel and file complaints.


Matan Peleg spoke at the opening of the discussion:


Media Coverage


Arutz 2:

Arutz 7:


Internet radio:



Jerusalem Post:

Times of Israel:

Arutz 7: 7:

Fourth meeting:  11 November 2014

The first winter meeting covered a wide variety of issues that the caucus would like to address:  filing complaints with the UN Human Rights Council against Hamas and Qatar, UNRWA, delegitimization, promotion of a "foreign agents" bill.


Media Coverage


Arutz 7:



Jerusalem Post:  :

Arutz 7:


Caucus to encourage and promote recruitment of minorities into the IDF and national service

            First meeting: 26 November 2014


            *The promotion of this caucus has been deferred to after the election.


Selected questions in the Knesset



Zionist Guards of Democracy

Im Tirtzu's Zionist Guards of Democracy will monitor the activities of the Knesset and the actions of the Members of Knesset to preserve the Jewish-democratic character of the State of Israel.


Media Coverage


Arutz 10:



Arutz 7:



Im Tirtzu built warm relationships with dozens of Knesset members during the 19th session. Im Tirtzu raised awareness and provided material and information to Knesset members across the political spectrum from left to right to fully combat the delegitimization of Israel.

The Zionist Guards of Democracy were active and will continue to work in the 20th Knesset.

We plan to continue to advance and promote those legislative bills that have not yet moved forward in our capacity as an extra-parliamentary group.

Im Tirtzu participated in dozens of debates, was involved in dozens of legislative proposals, and, more than anything else, protected Zionist values in Israel's Knesset.

And we will continue to do so.


Best regards and Happy Chanukah!

Matan Peleg

CEO, Im Tirtzu

Address: P.O. BOX 53204 Jerusalem
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EU Vote Tomorrow 4 PA State! Did you sign Petition? Confrontation in UN on the horizon? EU members France, Germany and Britain drafting UN Resolution on Israeli-Palestinian Peace to return to 67 borders.


Time to remind ourselves about the miracle of Chanuka! 

We won, the few against the many!  Let us stay focused! Israel is our Biblical Inheritance! Judea and Samaria is the heartland of Israel. Israel needs to annex Judea and Samaria! Otherwise the EU leaders will ignore Article 80 of UN Charter.

Kerry in France meeting with European Leaders last night.

On Monday night there was a four-way meeting in the VIP lounge at Orly Airport, near Paris, between United States Secretary of State John Kerry and the foreign ministers of France, Germany and Britain. Kerry arrived in Paris shortly after meeting with Netanyahu in Rome. He discussed the wording of the proposed French resolution with these foreign ministers, and ways of avoiding a diplomatic confrontation at the UN in the coming weeks.

On Tuesday Kerry also met the head of the Palestinian negotiating team, Saeb Erekat, and Palestinian intelligence chief Majid Faraj. At the meeting, called by Kerry, he tried to explore whether the Palestinians would consider postponing their moves at the UN. Kerry was slated to meet Arab foreign ministers later on Tuesday. They were going to request that the U.S. not veto a resolution on the Palestine issue if it comes to a vote at the Security Council.
 Three leading members of the European Union are reportedly working on a draft resolution to be submitted to the UN Security Council, as a counter to the Palestinian draft expected to be brought to a vote later this month.

The forces in Europe are out there against Israel.  

EU members said drafting UN resolution on Israeli-Palestinian peace

France, Germany and Britain were leading the effort with Paris at the forefront, Haaretz reported Wednesday night. According to the report, the US is aware of the French, German and British initiative.

The resolution is set to outline the principles of a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians in the time frame of two years. The Palestinian draft also reportedly calls for a two-year deadline, but specifies that this is for a full Israeli withdrawal from occupied territory.

While Germany has refrained from moves that would unilaterally recognize a state of Palestine, both the British and French parliaments have gone that route, albeit symbolically.

On November 17, the European Union harshly condemned Israel for settlement expansion, threatening to "take further action" to respond to Israeli moves deemed harmful to the two-state solution, but refrained from announcing concrete sanctions.

At the same time, an internal EU document was revealed in Haaretz that showed preliminary sanctions the union is considering imposing on Israel, including recalling European ambassadors and cutting ties with Israeli leaders who publicly oppose the two-state solution.

Palestinian envoy to world body says draft demanding Israeli pullout to '67 lines to be presented by mid-month. A draft resolution demanding an Israeli withdrawal to the 1967 lines by 2016, as part of a wider agreement to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, will be presented to the UN Security Council by the middle of the month, the Palestinian envoy to the United Nations said Monday.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 11:38 AM
Subject: Letter to the EU President, the Delegation for Israel Relations, all EU Members

Dear EU President, Delegation for Relations with Israel,  and EU Members,
Here is the Petition to the EU - Mandate for Palestine , explaining that a vote for a third Arab State in Palestine (in addition to Jordan and Gaza) is a violation of international law, since this land from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea was already voted unanimously by Europe and the other League of Nations countries - to be the homeland of its indigenous People, the Jewish People.  The rights of the Mandate for Palestine included the Jewish People's right to settle the land acknowledged to be theirs on the basis of our historical ties which in turn are based on our Biblical inheritance.  THE UN CHARTER - ARTICLE 80 - PROTECTS THE RIGHTS GRANTED UNDER MANDATES - for all the more than 20 countries which were under Mandate - INCLUDING ISRAEL!
The EU is needed to deal with the  pitiful state of the surviving Yezidis and others who truly deserve help, to preserve justice for the Jews who have suffered enough, and to not support groups which present annihilationist false claims.   
For peace to have a chance in the Middle East, the world must honor the commitments it made to the Jewish People. 
Joe and Renanah Gemeiner
Click or enter this address for the petition against illegal  EU vote tomorrow 4 PA state!

Article 80 and the UN Recognition of a "Palestinian State"

September 22, 2011 10:58 am 22 comments


avatar Howard Grief

The Signing of the United Nations Charter in 1945.

In the entire debate now taking place on whether the United Nations Security Council or General Assembly has the right to approve the application of the "Palestinian Authority" to be recognized as a new member state of the UN, almost no mention is made of the legal fact that the UN itself is barred by its own Charter from acting upon or approving such an application. The reference here is, of course, to Article 80 of the UN Charter, once known unofficially as the Jewish People's clause, which preserves intact all the rights granted to Jews under the Mandate for Palestine, even after the Mandate's expiry on May 14-15, 1948. Under this provision of international law (the Charter is an international treaty), Jewish rights to Palestine and the Land of Israel were not to be altered in any way unless there had been an intervening trusteeship agreement between the states or parties concerned, which would have converted the Mandate into a trusteeship or trust territory. The only period of time such an agreement could have been concluded under Chapter 12 of the UN Charter was during the three-year period from October 24, 1945, the date the Charter entered into force after appropriate ratifications, until May 14-15, 1948, the date the Mandate expired and the State of Israel was proclaimed. Since no agreement of this type was made during this relevant three-year period, in which Jewish rights to all of Palestine may conceivably have been altered had Palestine been converted into a trust territory, those Jewish rights that had existed under the Mandate remained in full force and effect, to which the UN is still committed by Article 80 to uphold, or is prohibited from altering.
As a direct result of Article 80, the UN cannot transfer these rights over any part of Palestine, vested as they are in the Jewish People, to any non-Jewish entity, such as the "Palestinian Authority." Among the most important of these Jewish rights are those contained in Article 6 of the Mandate which recognized the right of Jews to immigrate freely to the Land of Israel and to establish settlements thereon, rights which are fully protected by Article 80 of the UN Charter.
It should be common knowledge that under the Mandate, all of Palestine was reserved exclusively for the establishment of the Jewish National Home and future independent Jewish State, as was previously decided at the San Remo Peace Conference that took place in April 1920. Or put another way, no part of Palestine was allotted for an Arab National Home or state, since Arab self-determination was being generously granted elsewhere – in Syria, Iraq, Arabia, Egypt and North Africa – which has led to the establishment of the 21 Arab states of today, over a vast land mass from the Persian Gulf to the Atlantic Ocean. There is thus no necessity for a new independent Arab State in the specific area of former Mandated Palestine reserved for Jewish self-determination, most particularly, in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. Creating such a state out of Jewish land would be blatantly illegal under Article 80 of the UN Charter and beyond the legal authority of the UN itself.
In this respect, neither the League of Nations nor its successor, the United Nations, ever had sovereign rights over the land we Jews call Eretz-Israel. As a non-sovereign, the UN has no power whatsoever to allot territory to the "Palestinian Authority" where the allotted territory already belongs to the Jewish People.
Moreover, there is no article in the UN Charter which gives either the Security Council or the General Assembly or even the Trusteeship Council the power to create a new independent state. If the UN had such power, then logically it would also have the inverse power to "de-create" or dismember an existing state, a power it certainly does not enjoy under the UN Charter. If, theoretically speaking, this power did exist, the UN would be in effect a world legislature that could make or unmake states by its own volition, a power that would put in jeopardy the present world order.
For the foregoing reasons, the bill introduced in the US Congress by Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is definitely the proper course of action to follow. UN illegality needs to be roundly condemned and stopped dead in its tracks by an appropriate punitive measure, exactly as Ros-Lehtinen has proposed. Her bill would be even more worthy if it were to include a direct reference to Article 80 and to the fact that the UN has no legal power to create a state or to allot another state's territory for that purpose, accomplished through the devious or underhanded means of accepting the applicant's request for membership in the world body.



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Monday, December 15, 2014



'God Gave Me My Life Back to Continue With My Mission'
Even bullets won't stop him: Yehuda Glick explains why he's more determined than ever to fight for Temple Mount rights.

Tel Aviv Suicide Bomb Plot Foiled 
Released for Publication: The female suicide bomber was going to dress up as a pregnant Jewish woman.

Pre-Hanukkah Miracle for Israeli in Sydney Siege [video] 
Gad Elbaz wrote on Facebook, “A Miracle, a miracle a miracle of Hanukkah.”  for Elbaz family