Bibi Did All Right At The UN – But Here’s Kahane’s “Dear World”

Yes, I am aware that Rabbi Meir Kahane is considered an extremist, but whatever your point of view, pro Kahane or anti Kahane, he still speaks to us from the grave in these words he wrote before his assassination in 1990. This is what he said and if anyone can dispute the truth of his message, let him speak up:  (I present it here only in part. The rest is in the book.)


Written Months Before His Assassination In 1990

By Rabbi Meir Kahane

Dear World:

 It appears that you are hard to please. I understand that you are upset over us here in Israel. Indeed, it appears that you are quite upset, even angry and outraged. Indeed, every few years you seem to become upset over us. Today, it is the brutal repression of the Palestinians; yesterday, it was Lebanon; before that it was the bombing of the nuclear reactor in Baghdad and the Yom Kippur War campaign. It appears that Jews who triumph, and who therefore, live, upset you most extraordinarily.


Israel’s Audacity

By Jack Engelhard


King David – writing 3,000 years ago but always as current as today and as prophetic as tomorrow – begins his second Psalm like this:


“Why are the nations in an uproar [against Israel]?”


There is no end to this rhetorical question.


Here’s a headline from today’s Philadelphia Inquirer: “International Community Alarmed Over Israel’s Settlement Expansion.” (ALARMED!)


This, from the Associated Press: “UN Report Faults Israel Over Gaza.”


In its Sunday edition, The New York Times offers this quote from a UN official: “Everything Israel does now will be highly contentious.” (This is news?)


The backdrop – the back story – is this administration’s Nuremberg Approach toward Israel. The Nuremberg Laws’ sole purpose was to deprive the Jews of their rights as citizens, eventually to disown them, displace them and prepare them for annihilation. A third of all Jews thus perished.