Once upon a time, a nation wanted to make peace now. They brought into their land thousands of terrorist murderers that for the past 30 years had been trying to destroy them. The peace loving nation gave this gang of murderers land, weapons and money. And then they expected this terrorists to live in peace with them, side by side.
No. This is not fiction. It's real. And it's called: "The Oslo Peace Process." Here is the story of how the State of Israel apparently lost its mind and decided to commit suicide.
The year was 1992, the outlook for the future in Israel looked brighter than ever. Prime Minister Shamir had brought peace and security to his country. During the Israeli elections of 1992, the right wing parties received more votes than the left and Arab parties combined. But because of the large number of right wing parties involved, several of the votes received were cancelled because the parties who received them did not get the minimum number of votes required.
This lack of unity among the National Jewish parties, together with the massive election fraud strategy conducted by Labor and other leftist parties, gave Labor the opportunity to form a new government. Labor decided to form a coalition with leftist and Arab parties. But they still needed a few more seats to have the required 61 members of knesset. So they brought the Shas party into the coalition by giving their members huge bribes.
In 1993, Rabin and Peres signed with Arafat the Oslo accords, starting a period known as the Oslo peace process. A process where the Jewish Nation was betrayed and its security compromised. The main objective of this process was the destruction of the State of Israel. In Arafat's words: "Peace for us means the destruction of Israel."
The Oslo accords were never accepted by the large majority of Israelis. When the accords were approved by the knesset, several knesset members were bribed by the interested parties. They were given cash, land, new cars, and expensive homes, as payment for their support of the Oslo process. Some of the gifts received were reported in the Israeli media, like the famous Mitsubishi car given to a member of knesset in exchange for his support of the Oslo accords.
For the first time in Israeli history, Jewish grass-roots movements started emerging to protest Israeli policies. Groups like "Zo Artzeinu" ("Our Land") and "Women in Green" became very popular, and their leaders Moshe Feiglin and Nadia Matar became folk heroes. The protests were brutally silenced by the government using massive force. Large numbers of protestors, including small children and old women ended up in the hospital with fractured bones.
"No Jew is at liberty to surrender the right of the Jewish Nation and the
Land of Israel to exist.
No Jewish body is sanctioned to do so.
Even all the Jews alive today have no authority to yield any piece of land
This right is reserved to the Jewish People throughout the generations.
This right cannot be forfeited under any circumstances.
Even if at some given time there will be those who declare
that they are relinquishing this right, they have neither the power
nor the authority to negate it for future generations.
The Jewish Nation is neither obligated by nor responsible for any such
Our right to this land, in its entirety, is enduring and eternal.
And until the coming of the Redemption, we shall never yield this
David Ben-Gurion, First Prime Minister of Israel, speech to the 21st Zionist Congress, Basel 1937
The following is a translation of a Halachic Ruling (Ruling in Jewish Law) that was announced on 12 July 1995, by the "Ichud HaRabbanim" on behalf of the Land of Israel. The group is headed by former Chief Rabbi, Avraham Shapira.
The answer given to those that have asked what is to be done in regard to the pullout of IDF camps from Judea and Samaria:
In a Halachic question posed to the group of Rabbis regarding the eviction of Jews from Judea, Samaria, Gaza and the Golan Heights, the Rabbis were asked if IDF soldiers are permitted to participate in the shutdown of IDF bases that are situated in parts of the Land of Israel that are populated by Arabs.
A similar decision was taken on 11/Dec/1997. under Netanyahu's Likud government. The emergency convening of the Yesha Rabbis Council that dealt with the government discussions regarding a second withdrawal, hereby declares the decisions of the Council to be as follows:
And the word of our G-d will come to pass:
"And to your seed I gave this land."