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Saul Kassin, the spiritual leader of Syriac Jews in America, was released on bail following his arrest in the “five rabbis” scandal. When a drug gang is busted, no one speaks of “twenty blacks” arrested, but salivating over arrested rabbis is politically correct.

Rabbi Kassin took cash from shady sources and issued checks instead. He charged a small fee for his services, which went entirely toward charitable projects. Rabbi Kassin did not “launder” money, because that term applies only to the proceeds from the arms trade, drugs, and prostitution. The rabbi received cash from not-strictly-legal but still rather innocuous sources, such as knock-offs sales.

Police only allowed Baruch Marzel’s Jewish National Front to march on the outskirts of Rahat, not in the town itself. Rahat is the only legal Bedouin town in the Negev. Even among the allegedly loyal Bedouin, police cannot guarantee the safety of Jewish marchers in the town’s center.

We don’t expect significant disturbances during the march, as Bedouins so far have proven less hostile to the Jewish state than Israeli Arabs. The situation is changing quickly, however, as Bedouins urbanize and become less distinct from settled Arabs.

July 2009
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