'We'll meet them in Auschwitz uniforms'
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Published: 28.07.05, 11:52
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1. He is mad
Send him to Abarnabel !
2. comparison to Shoa
Pesach Aceman ,   Gane Tal   (07.28.05)
I cannot diagree strongly enough with the comparison of the expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif and Northern Shomron with the Shoa. Nobody is going to a death camp and families will be together if they choose to. This ongoing comparison of the two situations only denegrates the survivors. It is true that some of our present experience is similar but the end is not!
3. awful
RobertK ,   Jerusalem   (07.28.05)
As a disengagement opponent and in general, this use of Shoah imagery is really awful. More victims of disengagement, and other settlers and opponents, must raise their voices against it like Pesach in no. 2. It is shocking to me that Jews who are so patriotic and nationalistic don't seem to have any idea of what the Shoah was--that something, like disengagement/expulsion, can be really really bad, but still in no way comparable to extermination camps.
4. these people are evil
s of london   (07.28.05)
these whinging settlers are down there with the lowest of the muslim terror groups, they are an absolute disgrace. I was mildly pro-settler until they crossed the holocaust-denial line last year and every time they do something as discgraceful as this my support and respect for sharon goes up leaps and bounds. the so called yesha council is the new altalena and sharon needs to sink this altalena before their jewish ayatollahs brainwash any more children to execute democratically elected MKs.
5. jeez s of london
Yisraeli   (07.28.05)
now look whos calling for jew killing with your altelena and comparing settlers to terrorists, not only you dont know what your talking about but as the Irish say your full of shyte wallow in it you prat.
Linda Rivera ,   New York   (07.28.05)
Jerusalem was NEVER the capital of any Arab or Muslim entity. JERUSALEM IS MENTIONED OVER 800 TIMES IN THE BIBLE, not once in the Koran. Around 1948, Arabs violently ETHNICALLY CLEANSED about one million Jews from Arab countries. Arab governments seized the land, homes, bank accounts, businesses and assets of the Jews. Most of the Jewish refugees fled to Israel. THERE MUST NOW BE A JUST SETTLEMENT FOR THE JEWISH REFUGEES AND THEIR DESCENDANTS- COMPENSATION IN LAND AND FINANCES. In 1922, Britain illegally gave MOST OF PALESTINE-80% TO THE ARABS. The area became Jordan, giving the Arabs an Arab Palestinian state on JEWISH land. IT WAS ETHNICALLY CLEANSED OF JEWS. This area is part of ancient, Biblical Israel, and along with present-day Israel, including Judea, Samaria, Gaza and the Golan was recognized by the League of Nations as the Jewish homeland. In 1948, Egypt invaded Gaza and ethnically cleansed ALL Jews. In 1948, Jordan invaded Judea-Samaria (West Bank) and east Jerusalem and ETHNICALLY CLEANSED ALL JEWS. Jordan, opposing G-D DESTROYED 58 synagogues in Jerusalem. In 1967 when Israel won Islam's religious war of aggression against it, Jews returned to the areas of their homeland they had been ethnically cleansed from for 19 years. Islamofascists DECEITFULLY call this return "occupation". Under international law, territories are considered "occupied" only when taken in an act of aggression which does not apply to Israel. Judea, Samaria and Gaza are not 'occupied territories' according to international law because they were not taken from any foreign sovereign. ALL of the Jewish land, homes, properties and businesses stolen from the Jews in the 1948 Islamic invasion must be returned to the Jews IMMEDIATELY.
Linda Rivera ,   New York   (07.28.05)
There NEVER was an Arab country of Palestine. Jerusalem was NEVER the capital of any Arab or Muslim entity. JERUSALEM IS MENTIONED OVER 800 TIMES IN THE BIBLE, not once in the Koran. Arabs FIRST took the name “Palestinians” in 1967. Arafat was the FIRST leader of this NEW PEOPLE. Before 1948, Jews were known as the Palestinians! The Jewish newspaper, the Jerusalem Post was called the Palestinian Post. After the Jews miraculously transformed desert and swamps into rich, agricultural land (for which Jews are world famous!) Arabs came in large numbers from Arab countries for jobs from the Jews. The fact that the overwhelming majority of Arabs resided only briefly in Palestine is attested to by the special UN decree: that any Arab who had resided in Palestine FOR ONLY TWO YEARS BEFORE 1948, and then left, would be considered a refugee and so would his descendants!!! On March 31, 1977, Dutch newspaper Trouw published an interview with PLO executive committee member Zahir Muhsein: “The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism. For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.”
8. The Truth Hurts
Faithful Jew ,   TelAviv EretzYisrael   (07.28.05)
Sometimes the truth hurts - actually it hurts alot, but that's no reason to hide it. Israel is facing a Shoah and we are doing it to ourselves. WAKE UP EVERYONE, WAKE UP - Don't hide your heads in the sand.
9. Hitler laughs
their actions only denegrate the survivors of the holocaust. These settlers know nothing about what our people went through... selfish to the end
10. These dumb actions cause a lot of pain to Shoa survivors
daniel ,   Amsterdam   (07.28.05)
We're not gonna gas you, there are no death camps in Tel Aviv. So why make these stupid gestures?
11. Inappropriate, but ...
Matthias ,   Switzerland   (07.28.05)
... in the way that an entire area will be made 'judenrein', you can only compare it to the plan of the Nazis. Eventually Mr Sharon said last year: "By the end of 2005 there will be not a single Jew in Gaza and Northern Samaria." There is no difference to the term 'jew-free'. But of course no one is going to die and the evacuees will be helped to relocate somewhere else, so it is really a bad comparison.
12. If the shoe fits!!!!
Michelle ,   Israel   (07.28.05)
The only reason why the comparisons to the Holocaust produce such a reaction from government officails is because they ring true!!!
13. confusing pullout with Shoah
Amy ,   Delmar, NY USA   (07.28.05)
How trivializing for Jews to compare the pullout to the Shoah. Do they expect to be sent to labor or concentration camps or shot on sight? What are these people thinking? It is a disgrace. The Palestinians also compare Israelis to Nazis. Perhaps these settlers should be given the choice to ust stay where they are and live under the Palestinian flag, but without Israeli security.
15. Sick
Nablus 1   (07.28.05)
Real psycho path, who can tolerate such psychos, no one!!! Now the whole world know what the Palestinians are dealing with, these settlers need to leave the west bank and Gaza or there will never be peace. Salam
16. Holocaust
Steve ,   Tel Aviv   (07.28.05)
My father was sent to Auschwitz and did not return. To compare the evacuation of settlers with thje tranfer of Jews to their certain death , is unbelievable. My father did not find a home at the end of his journey nor did he have one cent in his pocket to start a new life in Israel. Shame on You.
17. Shoa
John ,   Rehovot   (07.28.05)
To put the changing of your residence to another residence with the expulsion of Jews to their death is denial of the Shoa and encourages the world opinion to look on our soldiers and police as wicked and cruel as the Nazis were. Those settlers should be put on trial for causing anguish to the remnants of the nazi camps.
18. Faithful Jew, save your breath
Ann C. ,   MO, USA   (07.28.05)
Look at the arrogant replies on here. Two posts on here claim that this Deportation Plan will NOT end in any DEATHS or sufferings like the holocaust. LOL, they say that like they're G-d, cause they know all sheesh. And they show their ignorance as well. They talk like the holocaust just "happened" one morning. Everything was going along fine until Hitler had a bad hair day, and then boom, millions of Jews died because of it. The holocaust was a SLOW progression of Jews being treated like crap by the Germans over a LONG period of time while the Jews themselves hid their heads in the sand while it was going on until it was too late. Thank G-d, some "saw the writing on the wall" and were able to escape. So far, I can see MANY ways that this compares with WWII, and so can anyone else who is willing to face the truth honestly. But it seems to me that most of the Jews in Israel have a HUGE problem with DENIAL. I don't find that with the Jews I know here in the States, but over there? Wow, sigh. Faithful Jew, what you've said is the truth, and even the terrorists are speaking the truth (what they plan to do to you Jews) Openly. The Settlers see the truth too. Too bad the average Israeli seems to like to keep his head buried deep within the sands of denial. So very sad for me to watch. :-(
19. Mitnachalim, listen to #14
20.  Dont blame them....Mao said it before...
Hiram ,   Tel Aviv   (07.28.05)
Settlers are not to be blamed... UNeducated people cannot be expected to fully comprehend a situation involving other groups besides themselves... Mao Tze Dong ( for which I have no particular liking either) had clearly said in his days that " religion was the opium of the people"... This is clearly the case with the marginalized group of settlers. The idea of meeting the IDF clad in Auschwitz like gera is an outrage to those who were slaughtered there. There is absolutely nothing in common between both situation, and if extreme right fanactical zealots believe one second that Israelis will fall for that, their are seriously mistaking. The pull out will go through. Psychological warefare by religious extremists ? What a joke ! In addition, the slogans are far too long and pitiful to be used as efficient deterrents...Obviously whoever fought of these has never spent a single hour in a psychological warfare unit... It would be simply laughable if the future of the vast majority of Israelis was not at stake.... The methods used by the settlers are very close to those used in other ( unnamed) countries clad into the most extreme of religion.. When will these zealots start lapidating the adulterous women ? Shame on these fanatics
21. I was against the pullout untill I read this
Dave ,   USA   (07.28.05)
Makes u lose all respect for these settlers
22. Blasphemy
Duvdevan ,   Johannesburg   (07.28.05)
Any sympathy I had for those who were about to be evicted from their homes has gone. Their desecration of the memory of the memory of 6 million of our mothers, fathers, brothers and sisters by the Nazis has raised my gall. How can they even think of equating an unarmed Israeli soldier to the armed murders of the Hitler regime. The SS were babies in comparison to their blasphemous use of the memory of the martyrs of the Jewish people. They are not Jews! They are small minded bigots interested only in their own egos..
Linda Rivera ,   New York   (07.29.05)
Please pass a law that it's not a crime to be a Jew. 'From Yamit to Katif' by David Bedein, July 21 2005 "Preparing for Massive Military Action All this is written as a backdrop to the reality that the Israeli army is amassing more than 40,000 troops and police near Gaza to forcibly remove Jews from their homes. The Israeli police force has purchased 500 horses from Germany to aid them in their task. Former Israeli intelligence official Rony Shaked, now a senior correspondent for the daily newspaper Yediot Aharonot, has written that the IDF now has specially trained dogs who can pull people out of their homes and onto the streets. And the IDF troops near Gush Katif have been handed a document that explains under what circumstances they will be expected to open fire on protesters. The document concludes with an estimate that 300 residents or protesters will be killed in the process."
24. The ugly truth
Dan ,   Brooklyn   (07.29.05)
Every time these sickos come out with a new outrage, the whole of Israel and the Jewish People gets to see who we've been giving our hard-earned money to. I've given thousands of dollars to support security for Jewish settlements in the last few years. If I'd known then what I know now, I wouldn't have given these people a cent. All my friends feel the same way. Talk about a shanda. Or shooting yourself in the foot.
25. Beneath Contempt
alouette ,   Bnei Brak   (07.29.05)
Duvedevan, you were too polite. These alleged Jews are beneath contempt! Unfortynately my humanity won't let me say what I feel should happen to them - I am sick to my guts that my fellow Jews can behave so despicably
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