Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Nachala: Kol Yehudi report, Yossi Dagan on Arutz7 update: Violence to Nachala participants reminiscent of Expulsion. Honenu: Nachala Movement begins to establish 3 new settlements in Judea and Samaria and some of the Settlers call upon Honenu for legal aid as they are arrested/detained
אל המקום אשר....
Updated July 24,2022
Elchanan Groner, The Jewish Voice 21 Tammuz 2015 - 07/20/2022
(H) translation in English follows
Despite the IDF checkpoints: thousands went to settlement points
Roadblocks by the army and the police put thousands in huge traffic jams. The IDF confiscated water bottles, while (such measures against) illegal Arab construction near the settlement points were not taken since the forces are only dealing like this with Jews.
Thousands from all over the country came to settlement points led by the "Nachala" movement. Among those who came: families, teenagers, Rabbis and public figures including the head of the Nachala movement Daniela Weiss, Rabbi Chaim Steiner from the Elder Rabbis of Yeshiva Merkaz HaRav, MK Itamar Ben Gvir and others.
The chairman of Nachala, Zvi Elimelech Sharbaf, said at a gathering at the Gush Etzion junction: "This Land is all ours. Jenin belongs to us, Ramallah belongs to us, these territories are ours. The people of Israel eventually settled in the entire Land of Israel."
The IDF and the police set up many roadblocks all over Judea and Samaria and checkpoints and restriction orders regarding movement which were signed by Central Command Colonel Yehuda Fuchs and IOS Division Commander Avi Belot. The orders were signed for a period of almost a month and allows each soldier or policeman to decide who can pass through the checkpoints according to his discretion.
As a result, huge traffic jams were created throughout Judea and Samaria, and thousands were stuck on their way home. In some cases the police officers at the checkpoints did not wear police badges as required. Yossi Dagan, head of the Samaria Council, and Yisrael Gantz, head of the Binyamin Council, attacked the Minister of Defense, the IDF and the police and even threatened to petition the High Court for the severe harm to the residents.
However, despite the many checkpoints and even harassment of the buses that were on their way to the settlement points, thousands managed to go up until the evening hours of Wednesday to at least six settlement points in Binyamin, Samaria and Judea.
One location is Ma'ale Jonathan between Barkan and Rabbah, where about 20 families settled. This is land that was purchased by Jews in the 1980s.
About 1,000 people, including families and teenagers, went to another point near Bruchin. Near Psagot of Binyamin, a "Yachish Zion" Garin was planted. Administration inspectors and IDF soldiers confiscated a vehicle and a cart with bottles of mineral water near the Kochav Ya'akov gas station, and police and soldiers took youths suspected of intending to establish settlements off buses.
In the area of Gush Talmonim, another settler point came up and hundreds of people were observed in the area.
In the vicinity of Kiryat Arba, two settlement points arose, one of them on Hill 26 where Nati Ozari lived with his family until he was murdered by an Arab terrorist and the hill was destroyed by the IDF.
In some locations, police officers began to confront the new arrivals
over the construction of tents. The Nachala movement reported that a member of the management of the movement Yedidya Slonim was arrested for questioning.
In the meantime, residents who reported to the IDF about illegal building by Arabs near Kochav Ya'akov in Binyamin, not far from the point that was established near Psagot, the answer by the Command of General Security of Binyamin was that "the force does not jump to (investigate) the (illegal Arab) location following the recent events of the settlers in the area." In Kfar Singil (Sinjil is a Palestinian village northeast of Ramallah in the Ramallah and al-Bireh Governorate in the central West Bank. Wikipedia) reported of illegal cement being poured (by Jews). Security forces arrived in an hour and "did not find any such work".
Settlement leader Yossi Dagan: 'We haven't seen such violence since the Expulsion'
Dagan, MK Simcha Rotman, Nachala head arrive at site of new community in Samaria. "The Lapid government is responsible for the violence."
"We have seen terrible scenes of violence here -- for instance, two youths have been seriously injured, one whose jaw seems to be broken and the other has a head wound," Dagan said. "There are thousands of our people here, young and old, with eyes lit up and Zionism burning in their hearts. They came here at the request of the Israeli government, to establish new communities in Judea and Samaria, and there is no more legitimate protest than this," he insisted.
Hebrew text follows English.
Background info about the revival of the Nachala Movement which has recently built significant momentum and support with their recent fundraising campaign for Yishuv Haaretz in Judea and Samaria and their plan to establishing 3 new Yishuvim (communities). Establishing facts on the ground is now receiving backlash (not totally surprising in light of the pattern of the Police to harass Settlers in Judea and Samaria with draconian administrative orders and prosecute them when they act in self defense against Arab aggression ).
Arlene Kushner from Israel:
From Israel: True Sovereignty at Long Last
Administrative order recipients set up protest tents
Tuesday, July 19, 2022
Rewarding Terrorists. Jewish Survivor of a Lynching Is Furious. Early Release of Terrorists is a Prize for Terror. Organizations Honenu and Im Tirzu Concur and Have Strong Words As Well
Honenu organization reports:
* Detainees (of Nachala Movement initiatives...see link above) in the new settlements were brought to the police stations *
* About 5 detainees who arrived at the establishment of the various settlement points in the country were taken to the police stations. Lawyers from the Honenu organization advised detainees before their interrogation *
So far, about 5 detainees have contacted the command center of Honenu organization. They were arrested at the 3 new settlement points established by the Nachala movement....They are near Kiryat Arba, near Psagot and in West Binyamin.
The detainees were brought to police stations in Kiryat Arba, Sha'ar Binyamin and Hashmonaim, where they were assisted by lawyers of the Honenu organization namely: Adv. Haim Bleicher, Adv. Nati Rom, Adv. Moshe Polsky and Adv. Yitzhak Wiener.
Honenu's legal center is currently set up to provide advice to detainees and anyone who needs legal assistance, both during the construction of the new settlement points and addressing
I current events.
*עצורי היישובים החדשים הובאו לתחנות המשטרה*
*כ-5 עצורים שהגיעו להקמת נקודות ההתיישבות השונות בארץ נלקחו לתחנות המשטרה. עורכי דין של ארגון חוננו ייעצו לעצורים לפני חקירתם*
עד כה פנו למוקד ארגון חוננו כ-5 עצורים, שנעצרו בנקודות ההתיישבות החדשות שהקימה תנועת נחלה סמוך לקרית ארבע, לפסגות ובמערב בנימין.
העצורים הובאו לתחנות המשטרה בקרית ארבע, בשער בנימין ובחשמונאים, שם סייעו להם עורכי הדין מטעם ארגון חוננו: עו"ד חיים בלייכר ועו"ד נתי רום, עו"ד משה פולסקי ועו"ד יצחק וינר.
המוקד המשפטי של חוננו ערוך בימים אלו למתן ייעוץ לעצורים ולכל מי שנזקק לסיוע משפטי, הן במהלך הקמת נקודות ההתיישבות החדשות והן באירועים השוטפים.
*הצטרפו לקבלת עדכונים מחוננו https://chat.whatsapp.com/KxCFJfyf3OsDC146crtWUq*