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Wednesday, November 02, 2005
  We Miss You Rehavam Ze'evi

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On the 4th anniversary of the assassination of Tourism Minister and true hero Rehavam Ze'evi, we remember him and bring up some real important unanswered questions.....
Rehavam Amikam Ze'evi, born in Jerusalem in 1926, was a sixth-generation
Jerusalemite on his mother's side. Together with his wife Yael, he had five
children, 19 grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Ze'evi served in the IDF
since its founding in 1948 in many positions, including heading the Central
Command beginning in 1968. He retired from the army with the rank of
Maj.-Gen, and was appointed Prime Minister Rabin's counter-terrorism advisor
in 1974. He also carried out many defense missions in various countries, and
was elected to the Knesset in 1988 as head of the Moledet Party that he founded.
Ze'evi served as minister without portfolio in the Shamir government for about a
year in the early 90's, and became Tourism Minister in the Sharon government.
The "story" of his assassination fed to us by the Israeli government via the controlled media is as follows:
Zeevi lived in Jerusalem's Hyatt Hotel on the 8th floor opposite the fire escape. At 6:45 am Zeevi and his wife Yael were eating breakfast in the hotel lobby when Zeevi told his wife that he noticed a man watching him who "wouldn't take his eyes off me".
At 7:00 am Zeevi headed up to his room to prepare for an interview with Arutz-7. At the entrance to his room, he was assassinated. 2 bullets to the head execution style. Immediately the PFLP claimed responsibility.

I remember fully when this happened. Aside from being sad as hell for the loss of a true Israeli leader who actually cared for Jews unlike (Sharon and Peres and co.), I had a very uneasy feeling. I was amazed that the PFLP could pull off such a precise and difficult execution of an Israeli government minister. After all....this was not a mortar attack, or a random highway shooting, or even an old city stabbing. This was a professional execution of very high up minister in a hotel known to house government ministers that should have been guarded like a fortress. Nobody saw anything and the police have no clues.


I smell a conspiracy.

Let's dive a little deeper shall we....

Two days before, Zeevi, the Tourism Minister in the Sharon government, resigned, taking with him Infrastructure Minister Avigdor Lieberman of the Yisrael Beiteinu faction. Zeevi was murdered only a few hours before his resignation from the government was to go into effect, and hours after the murder Moledet decided to stay in the government. He resigned because Sharon was doing nothing to protect Hebron Jews from the arab onslaught. He told Sharon that if he didn't fire Shimon Peres the Jew hating European puppet, that he would quit. Sharon did nothing, and Zeevi quit. The next day, Sharon announced that he would be leading upcoming negotiations with the PLO. However, with Moledet and Yisrael Beiteinu out, Sharon's mandate to conduct such negotiations was severely compromised. Not looking good for the Sharon government.

Some other questions via Barry Chamish:

So where were the bodyguards? When Zeevi spotted a suspicious character at breakfast, why didn't the Shabak check his identity before he could inform the assassin that his quarry was on the way? When the Zeevis went to their room, why were they unprotected? When they left their room before breakfast, why wasn't a guard posted outside their door? Why could the fire escape door opposite a minister's room be opened from the stairs side? Why could the escape car wait outside the minister's hotel without arousing suspicion?

And who knew the minister's routine well enough to provide exact intelligence to the hit squad? Someone inside the hotel perhaps, the bodyguards for sure.

To answer all these questions, the Shabak will claim, as they did after the Rabin assassination, that there was a massive screwup, and that Zeevi didn't want his bodyguards near him, as if he had a say in the matter. But we won't believe them this time, will we?

As long as Israel is run by outside influence through anti-Jewish Israeli puppets, there will never ever be peace.
- posted by Prodly @ Wednesday, November 02, 2005

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