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Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Insanity in Hebron
Can you explain how it's acceptable to arrest and imprison 5 young girls aged 12-14?
3 five girls were arrested 3 nights ago when a group of young girls were attempting to rebuild a shack located on 'worshippers way' between Kiryat Arbeh and Hebron. The shack was across the street from the site where 2 years ago, 12 Israeli men were murdered by arab terrorists.
The police accused the girls of attacking them which is total horseshit. (See video here)
One of the 13 year olds arrested is Yisca Federman, daughter of Noam and Elisheva Federman. She told her parents that she and the others weren't doing anything 'we were just there.' "The police saw us and arrested us, for no cause, except our presence at the site," she told them.
Following their arrest, the girls were taken before Judge Cohen, who ordered them to sign a declaration forbidding them to be anywhere near the Hebron Heroes Neighborhood for 90 days. The girls refused. The judge then ordered them to spend the night in jail.
This morning he called the girls into his courtroom one by one, and asked them if they understood that if they continued to refuse to sign the declaration, they would spend all of Passover behind bars. Each girl answered that she understood. He then asked them if they would sign and they all refused, one at a time. Judge Amnon Cohen decreed, 'then you will remain in prison until further notice.'
On the one hand I am so impressed by the strength of these girls it brings tears to my eyes (not literally of course). On the other hand, what the hell is going on with the Israeli government? I think it's pretty obvious that these girls were being arrested purely for political reasons. What's there crime? They are orthodox Jews living in Hebron and that sickens the Israeli left. It infuriates Arik Sharon that the frum Jews won't just pack up their shit and quietly hand their homes over to the terrorists.
Sure Hebron is tough to defend. I understand that the army has to escort Jewish residents from A to B.
But I hardly think the solution is to pack up and call it a day? What would Avraham Avinu think? We need to crack down, we need to tighten our fists. They think they can hurl boulders at us, we bulldoze there homes. They think they can massacre 12 Jews walking home on Shabbat, we wipe out there entire village. We need a new leader who has the Beitzim to stand up to the challenge. Ariel Sharon is tired, he needs a permanent rest from politics.
The girls are still in jail, and will not be released today. There is a good chance that there Pesach seder will be in prison. G-d should give them strength and comfort.
UPDATE: This morning Jerusalem Municipal Appeals Court Judge Saban voided the previous Jerusalem Magistrate court decision, requiring that five girls, aged 12 – 14, sign an order limiting their access to the Hebron Heroes neighborhood for 90 days. The girls were released on bond without any restrictions.
These girls should be an example to us all. Stand up for what you know is right, and G-d will do the rest.
Beitzim! Oh man, thats a good one! Well said.. I'll be seeing you soon...
posted by roy
: 11:20 AM