This morning a report appeared in HaAretz mentioning an incident that I wrote about in March of 2008. When I attempted to look up my post I was greeted with the following message …. (More on today’s HaAretz report will follow)

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I suspect that this temporary sabotage is a result of an ‘ambush’ by the  ‘army’ written about in THIS post …
Now to the report in HaAretz … I wrote about the incident in question when it happened as I was caught in the middle of it. It seems that the Israeli High Court does not view the leaders of a pogrom as wrongdoers and will be compensating them for ‘unlawful detention’.

Court orders police to pay Kahanists for unlawful detention

After negotiations between the parties, it was agreed that the police would compensate the Kahanists for their detention and court fees, for a total of NIS 62,500.

 Chaim Levinson
Tal Niv - Jewish settlement in Hebron - March 16, 2012

Right-wing activist Itamar Ben-Gvir, dressed up as Hanin Zuabi, and Baruch Marzel ‏(right‏) at a Purim celebration in Hebron, March 8, 2012. Photo by Jewish settlement in Hebron, Facebook

The Israel Police will pay NIS 62,500 in compensation to three Kahanist activists for their unlawful detention in 2008, under an agreement affirmed Tuesday by the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court.

The incident occurred after the terror attack at Jerusalem’s Mercaz Harav yeshiva in March 2008.

In that attack eight students were shot to death by a Palestinian gunman, who was himself shot dead at the scene.

The three activists, Itamar Ben-Gvir, Noam Federman and Baruch Marzel, subsequently announced that they planned to patrol in the Arab neighborhood of Jabal Mukkaber, where the murderer’s family lived.

Policemen were waiting for the three at the Armon Hanatziv promenade to head them off; they arrested and questioned them, then jailed the trio in the Russian Compound lock-up overnight.

The next day, the magistrate’s court released the three without any restrictions.

They filed suit against Israel Police, saying it had violated their rights, subjected them to false arrest, and jailed them under inhuman conditions.

The case dragged on over several years, but after hearing the evidence, Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court Vice President Irit Cohen advised the police to compensate the claimants.

During the hearings the judge had expressed wonder at why it had been necessary to detain the three of them overnight.

After negotiations between the parties, it was agreed that the police would compensate the Kahanists for their detention and court fees, for a total of NIS 62,500.

“I hope the officers of the Israel Police will absorb the message and stop arresting right-wing activists for no reason,” said Ben-Gvir.

“We had the right to demonstrate to demand that the mourner’s tent for the terrorist in Jabal Mukkaber be dismantled, but even if the police thought otherwise, its people have to internalize that you don’t change people’s opinions by arresting them.”


  1. heidilore said,

    January 30, 2013 at 17:44

    Yes, this is becoming ridiculous. I am getting these alerts on many websites. Here is a screenshot I took, apparently the monsters don’t like Ron Paul.

  2. sheldon said,

    January 30, 2013 at 19:00

    i got this too last night on an illuminati-expose` site. much of DOD money now allocated to cyberspace.

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