Zero Tolerance! Lapid, Gantz, Michaeli & co.

The time is well overdue to confront the treachery to fellow Jews and treason to the Jewish national idea – Zionism. Zero tolerance in dealing with those who encourage Israel’s enemies in their fight to destroy the Jewish State.

Lapid gives solace to our children’s murderers when he declares that should he be elected on November 1, he would ban Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount. You can be sure that’s only the start of a retreat from Jewish sovereignty over the Land of Israel.

The likes of Lapid, Gantz, Michaeli, Leiberman and the other deconstructionist are rotten, selfish and egotistical. They would offer you an amoral society regardless of any government they may put together.

They would entice you to accept a world that revels in “freedom” in the right to do whatever you want whenever you want. Rights and freedom are the cliches of today’s lost generation. Their message grows like cancer into license and moral anarchy. This is not Jewish behaviour; this is not the Torah society that generations of Jews dreamed of while imprisoned in European Ghettos.

Lapid and his fellow travellers would have us return to a state of exile under the yoke of a gentile taskmaster.

Whereas those few courageous Jews who join Itamar Ben Gvir will not be silenced for the sake of Jerusalem, nor will they hold their peace. They are a people determined to obstruct the forces confronting the Jewish people today. They know we have come back to Zion, the land will be Jewish in its entirety, and Jewish prayer will be heard loud and clear on the Temple Mount.

Yosef Yigal Drever

Yosef Yigal Drever and Sylvia Drever co-founded Achdut HaLev in 2006 to reach out to the Jewish community's around the world providing support in learning Torah and promoting the 'Return of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel.' Yosef Yigal made Aliya in 2014 while Sylvia his wife is an Israeli. In late 2014 Achdut HaLev concentrated all its resources towards Aliya and the rebuilding of Eretz Yisrael. Excluding none and embracing all. The commandment to settle the Land of Israel is equal in importance to all the Torah Commandments all together: (Sifri Deut 12:29)