Eretz Yisrael Time

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Monday, March 24, 2008
It’s unfortunately become a theme on this blog to point out that the system and the government have completely abandoned the security of the people.

The truth is, it’s not so much a theme on this blog, but a statement of fact that deserves constant repetition as a wakeup call.

And wakeup, yet another person finally has.

As the latest Intifada incarnation spreads across Israel, the police are afraid to act against the Arab aggressors who take advantage of the weakened state of the State.

Caroline Glick has an amazing article about an anonymous young man, who, tired of the poaching of his father’s fields and property in the Galilee by a neighboring Arab clan, as well as the complete inaction and apathy of the police, decided to do something about it personally.

During his army furlough, he started to camp out in the fields to keep the thieves away. Unable to do it all alone, he enlisted the help of other children of neighboring farmers, also all soldiers, to join him. And so they did.

And while the police had given up even before getting started, these young men put an end to the thieving all by themselves.

He decided to call his group of friends, “Hashomer Hayisraeli Hahadash” – the New Israeli Guardsmen, named after the original “Guardsmen” organization that helped protect farmers against Arab marauders in the early 1900s.

This is what I am talking about.


1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, that is an excellent article by Caroline.

We are all tired of the poaching of our forefather’s lands in Israel by the Arab and are tired of the inaction of the police/government; so, we need some people who are willing to sit lookout and correct their action/inaction.

We need a Government Guardsmen Group.

Howard Huges

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