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By Rabbi Meir Kahane

I was depressed yesterday. Very, very sad. For I knew that they had burned my trees. As a child I had saved my money so carefully so that I could buy those trees and know that they were planted. And now they are burned. They must be burned. It is not logical that a million trees would be burned down and none of mine among them. No, they are burned.

Every week I would come to school and bring a nickel. And with that nickel I would buy a special stamp. A Jewish National Fund stamp. And every week I would paste that stamp on the figure of a tree which was part of a JNF poster, and which had twenty “leaves” on it. Each weeek I would paste my stamp on a leaf and at the end of twenty weeks, I had a tree! My Tree! And I did this for years because I was a good boy – a good Jewish boy. And I bought many trees. My trees. My Jewish trees.

And now they burned them. The Arabs and their intifada. Last year, within the sovereign State of Israel, that independant State which makes me so proud because it does not let anyone push it around – the Arabs burned 1.15 million trees. Some of my trees had to be among them. And I was sad.

But then I saw an advertisement by the Jewish National Fund which made me happy again and made me proud to be a Jew know that the Jewish National Fund does not let anyone push it around. The JNF placed an ad that let the Arabs know that we are not the Jews of old. No one burns our trees. Well, not exactly. What the JNF said was that if the Arabs burn our trees, we will show them: We will plant even more trees than they burned. Anything they can burn, we can plant better. If they burned 1.15 million, we will plant that much and ten million more – fully 11.5 million!

I was so happy. I ran to the bank to convert my money into nickels to buy leaves each week and plant new trees. I was so happy that the JNF had this wonderful idea until I me my neighbour. I never liked him. He is always so cynical and a killjoy. When I told him of the brilliant JNF idea to plant ten times the amount of trees that the Arabs burned, this dour wet-towel said:

“And what if they burn those? Will we plant 110 million trees the next time? And why should Jews have to pay again and again for trees that Arabs burn? Why not throw them out of the country? Why do we allow them to stay in the country if we know that they will burn our forests? And why should I be a sucker to help pay the fat salaries of JNF executives who see this as a golden opportunity for a Madison Avenue-type campaign that will keep their salaries going? If the JNF wants money from me, let them demand that the Arabs be thrown out so that I will know that I pay for a Jewish tree once.”

I never liked my neighbour. He is so cynical. He is so logical.

Police arrested a journalist who published the photos of Carmel fire victims, including their dead bodies. The charge, oddly, is desecration of memory of the dead.

If that memory, a highly irrational concept, is so important, why do the courts and media insist on burying non-Jews on Jewish cemeteries? Why journalists can publish private photos of any living person, but not of the dead?

In the world of moral objectivism, practiced by activist justices, the journalist was arrested unreasonably.

Responding to Abu Mazen’s plea, Brazilian president recognized the Palestinian state in the 1967 borders. Hopefully the fellow understands samba better than geography.

In 1967, there was no Palestinian state. The West Bank and Jerusalem were occupied by Jordan, which refused to entertain even the notion of Palestinian identity, let alone a state. So there is no such thing as “Palestinian borders of 1967.” In effect, Brazil recognized Palestine in the entire territory of Jordan and the Israeli government district of Jerusalem.

Mahmud Abbas and Luiz da Silva

When the Public Security Minister announced, ‘We are in control of the situation,’ he could have been right about the Carmel fire, but he was wrong in substance.

Dozens of deliberately set fires have been recorded across Israel in the last four days, all of them set by Arabs. Whether they started the original fire or not, they clearly took note of it and committed copycat crimes. It stands to reason that Israeli Arabs will embrace this easy means of sabotage. For decades they have been setting Jewish forests on fire, but now they may launch a military arson effort.

Israel has plenty of soft targets: forests and water pipes, fuel trucks, small chlorine stations, etc. They cannot be efficiently protected against Arab patriots. There is no option but to expel them all.

December 2010
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