WHO WILL PROTECT US FROM THE ARABS IF THE KNESSET DISBANDS?

Panic on the streets of Jerusalem [sic]

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How will the government continue its fear factor policies if that happens?

In my neighbourhood of French Hill the spy balloon I wrote about earlier in the week seems to have found a permanent resting place right outside the student dorms of Hebrew University. Before the disbandment, Knesset discusses dangers to Jewish students in Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus campus from neighboring Arabs.

If you read THIS post from the archives, you will see that it is NOT the ‘Arabs’ who are the problem in French Hill. Then read THIS post from yesterday about ‘Arabs’ in general.

I found the following dribble in my ziocrap file this morning …. It will give you a pretty good idea what problems we are facing in French Hill  …. BECAUSE OF THE WHITE MAN!

Hebrew University Students’ ‘Lives are in Danger’

Knesset discusses dangers to Jewish students in Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus campus from neighboring Arabs.
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Hebrew University protest on security collapse (file)

Hebrew University protest on security collapse (file)
Uri Lenz/Flash 90 (Banner says ‘No Security’)

A Knesset Committee on Tuesday discussed the threat of terrorist attacks felt by Jewish students at Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

The Knesset Committee on Public Complaints, headed by MK Adi Kol (Yesh Atid), heard testimony from students who say they feel that “their lives are in danger.”

Hebrew University’s Mount Scopus campus is located adjacent to several Arab neighborhoods, and is connected to French Hill, where Arab residents have recently rented apartments. In addition, many of thestudents commute to their studies via the light rail, which in recent months has seen countless attacks by Arab assailants, culminating in several car attacks on rail stations by Arab terrorists.

“Many students have filed complaints about this,” said Kol. “Security in the Mount Scopus area is not good, to say the least, and students are expecting the security establishment to take action to ensure their safety. Many students also say they have complained to the University, which has not been sufficiently responsive.”

In response, Shmulik Dahan, head of security at the University, said that it was the responsibility of police to deal with the problems. When asked what campus security was doing to keep criminals and terrorists off the school grounds, he said that “we have between 5,000 and 15,000students at the University each day, and the administration spends tens of millions of shekels on security. I cannot examine every single person entering the campus when there is a long line of people waiting to get in.”

Dahan added that in recent months, campus security had beefed up its activities, and as a result there was a drop of between 50% and 70% inthe number of complaints filed by students in October, compared to the same month a year earlier.

Police official Yuval Reuven, speaking at the meeting, said that police “needed to ensure a balance between the security needs of students and the civilian population. We utilized a number of methods, including technological ones, to ensure safety.”

“In recent months we have made sure that hundreds of police are on duty, enforcing the law. I believe that the campus will soon return to its previous state of quiet,” he added.

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Meanwhile, the Palestinian Parties in Israel are planning a merger for the upcoming elections …

Arab MKs meet to discuss joining forces

UAL-Ta’al, Balad and Hadash considering running as one party in 2015 elections, fearing separately they will not pass the threshold.

The expected announcement on elections in 2015 galvanized the Arab parties and Hadash into action on Tuesday, when representatives of the three factions met to discuss the possibility of running as one party.

United Arab List-Ta’al, Balad and Hadash are concerned they will be left out of the next Knesset after the threshold was raised from 2 percent to 3.25 percent in March 2014.

“Now, more than any elections in the past, we must act with the utmost responsibility and create a united Arab list that will keep the unique political platforms for each party, while raising the level of Arab representation from 11 seats to 16,” Balad MK Hanin Zoabi said. “There is no way to deal with the rising racism without uniting the Arab parties.”

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Read the full report HERE

1 Comment

  1. DDearborn said,

    December 3, 2014 at 18:30

    Hmmm

    The headline has it all wrong; It should read why isn’t anybody protecting us from the radical, savage, criminal zionists that are literally destroying the world as we know it. This question applies equally to non zionist Jews as it does for all the non Jewish victims.


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