The Only Sane Choice For Right-Wing Israeli Voters

Via Jewish Task Force:

This Tuesday, March 28, 2006, elections will be held for the Israeli Knesset (Parliament).

JTF strongly urges all of our Israeli readers to vote for Baruch Marzel and his party, Chazit Yehudit Leumit (National Jewish Front). The Chazit party symbol is the Hebrew letter kaf.

Aside from Marzel’s genuine right-wing party, five other parties are trying to appeal to religious and nationalist Jewish voters: the Likud, the National Union-National Religious party, Yisrael Beitenu, Shas and Agudah. These five other parties are fraudulent and corrupt opportunists who have repeatedly betrayed the Land of Israel and the Jewish people. Here are the facts:

1. The Likud
From the moment the Likud first won control of Israel’s government in 1977, this evil party has done nothing other than surrender vast areas of sacred Jewish land.

From 1979 to 1982, Likud Prime Minister Menachem Begin surrendered the entire Sinai to Muslim Nazi Egypt. The vast Sinai was three times as large as the rest of the State of Israel, and the Sinai constituted 92% of all of the land that tiny Israel miraculously liberated in the 1967 Six Day War.

In 1996, Likud Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu surrendered over 80% of Chevron (Hebron) to the PLO Muslim Nazi mass murderers. Chevron is the second holiest city in the world for the Jewish people.

In 1998, Netanyahu agreed at the Wye Plantation talks with the Arab Hitler Yasser Arafat to surrender another 13% of Judea and Samaria, which is the heartland of Biblical Israel.

In 2005, after promising the voters that he would never destroy any Jewish communities, Likud Prime Minister Arik Sharon brutally expelled 10,000 Jewish men, women and children from their G-d-given homes in the Gaza District and northern Samaria. Sharon completely destroyed 25 beautiful and flourishing Jewish communities. Dozens of synagogues and yeshivas were desecrated and burned to the ground. Dozens of Jewish graves were desecrated as the Jewish dead – including Jewish war heroes and Jewish victims of Arab Muslim Nazi terrorism – were barbarically moved to new graves in pre-1967 Israel.

2. The National Union-National Religious party
This party is a coalition of two previously separate parties – the National Union (HaIchud HaLeumi) and the National Religious party (HaMafdal).

In 1907, the National Religious party, which was then known as Mizrachi, supported a proposal at the World Zionist Congress to create a Jewish state in Uganda instead of in the Land of Israel.

In the 1950s, when Israel’s Bolshevik dictator David Ben Gurion took hundreds of thousands of religious Sephardi (non-European) Jewish children and placed them in anti-religious Marxist schools to teach them that Torah Judaism is nonsense, the National Religious party, Agudah and the other “religious” parties continued to support the government. In exchange for their support, the “religious” parties received government funding for their corrupt “religious” institutions.

In 1967, before the outbreak of the Six Day War, the leader of the National Religious party, Chaim Moshe Shapira, expressed fear at a government Cabinet meeting that Israel might liberate Jerusalem, an action which he felt would be too extreme.

In the 1970s, when the Gush Emunim movement called upon Jews to settle in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza District, the National Religious party opposed Jewish settlement in the Biblical heartland of Israel.

In 1979, the National Religious party strongly supported the Likud decision to surrender the entire Sinai to Muslim Nazi Egypt. The “religious” party voted in favor of the insane Sinai retreat, both in the Israeli Cabinet and in the Knesset.

In 2005, the National Union and the National Religious parties remained in the Sharon government almost to the very end, even as Sharon completed all of the preparations to expel 10,000 Jews from Gush Katif and northern Samaria.

3. Yisrael Beitenu
Yisrael Beitenu was created by Avigdor Lieberman to attract votes from Russian immigrants by pretending to be a “right-wing” party, when in fact, the party has adopted the positions of the extreme left.

Lieberman’s party favors the creation of an independent Hamas-PLO-Fatah Muslim terrorist state in the heartland of Biblical Israel. The party favors unilaterally surrendering any area where there is an Arab majority, including eastern Jerusalem, the Galilee, the Negev and the Triangle. The Galilee, the Negev and the Triangle are all major portions of tiny pre-1967 Israel. So Lieberman favors surrendering even major areas in pre-1967 Israel. Lieberman’s position is to the left of every other Jewish party in the election. Lieberman’s insane proposal is even to the left of the Marxist Labor party and the Communist Meretz party.

However, to demonstrate how demented Jews are in this generation, because Lieberman uses “right-wing” rhetoric to define his radical left-wing platform of national suicide, most of his supporters are Jews who think they are voting right-wing!

4. Shas and 5. Agudah
These two corrupt anti-Zionist parties claim to be “religious.” The only thing they worship is money and power.

Shas supported the Oslo suicide agreements with the PLO terrorist mass murderers that were signed in 1993 and in 1995 during the Rabin-Peresite regime. Shas will support any suicidal agreement in exchange for government funding of Shas’ thieving “religious” institutions.

Agudah has been a den of thieves and charlatans ever since their organization was formed 80 years ago to fight Zionism and to prevent the creation of an independent Jewish state.

Agudah remained part of the Sharon coalition government before, during and after the horrific expulsion of all Jews in Gush Katif and in northern Samaria. As long as the government money keeps flowing, the slimy Agudists could not care less about what happens to their fellow Jews.

The only choice for Jews who love the Land of Israel is to support Baruch Marzel and the Chazit party

JTF strongly urges all of our Israeli readers to vote for Baruch Marzel and his party, Chazit Yehudit Leumit (National Jewish Front) – The Chazit party symbol is the Hebrew letter kaf

Anyone who votes for any of the five establishment parties described above is committing a serious sin against the Jewish people. Jews who love the Land of Israel and the Jewish people have no choice but to support Baruch Marzel and the Chazit party.

If our American readers have relatives or friends in Israel, please urge them to vote for Baruch Marzel and Chazit. Again, the party symbol they must remember when casting their ballot is the Hebrew letter kaf.

If Marzel wins, G-d-willing, it will be a boost to our efforts to save the Land of Israel and the Jewish people from national suicide.