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Motion of No-Confidence in Israel

Filed under: PetitionsThe DiasporaCURRENT ISSUES — eidelberg @ 8:37 am Edit This

A message from Francisco Gil-White.

Dear readers,

You have been examining our articles and our documentation [on HIR: Historical and Investigative Research]. You have become familiar with our doomsday scenario concerning the future of Israel, and the danger to the entire West if the forces of Jihadism and revived Nazism are allowed to destroy the Jewish State. Many of you have asked me: “What can we do?” Here is something that we can all do.

Chaim Wolfowicz, a citizen of Israel, created in order to give Israeli patriots, and their allies all over the world, an opportunity to express their disapproval with the Government of Israel. This government is planning to expel the Jews of Judea and Samaria (‘West Bank’) and give these militarily strategic territories to PLO/Fatah, an organization tracing its roots to the German Nazi Final Solution and committed to seeing it through, as we have documented here: (more…)


Proclamation & Petition: Sharon Must Resign

Filed under: Cabinet/ExecutivePetitionsDisengagement — eidelberg @ 9:15 pm Edit This

Please disseminate as widely as possible. Sign this as a petition online!

Fellow Citizens and Friends of Israel!

The Land and People of Israel are in great danger. We, who experienced Soviet totalitarianism, and took part in the struggle against tyranny, recognize the familiar signs—the party oligarchy called “Israeli democracy” is turning into a one-man dictatorship—that of Ariel Sharon. (more…)


A Petition Against Judicial Despotism In Israel

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Israel’s Supreme Court stands accused by eminent citizens of Israel of exceeding its lawful powers and endangering the democratic as well as Jewish character of the State.

Former President of Israel, the late Chaim Herzog: “In a democracy, according to [Court President Aharon] Barak, the courts are placed above the Government. In my humble opinion, this approach endangers, in certain cases, the very basis of democracy.” (more…)