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On the Jewish People: "We are talking about a tribe whose genes were mixed with those of neighboring nations, due to rapes by Kosacks or voluntary assimilation. And still, they [the Jews] kept several rituals, some of them quite barbaric, such as circumcision."
(Winner of Israel's Lifetime Achievement Award [art], Yig'al Tomarkin, in an interview to the newspaper "Tel Aviv", 13 Feb 2004)
"If one or two settlers' children are killed, they say: 'We'll make four instead and everything will be fine.'"
On religious Jews: "As far as I'm concerned, they are not Jews, they are idolaters."
"The painters, the poets, all the "bleeding heart" artists do not educate. The real educators are Kahane [ZTK"L HY"D], Raful [Refa'el Eitan Z"L] and Gandi [Rehav'am Ze'evi Z"L]. My real contribution would be if I take a submachine gun instead of a pen or pencil and kill them."
(Tomarkin, "Hadashot", 28 Sep 1988)
"A settler donning a blue coat and an uzi, with spittle and food crumbs staining his wild beard. At his side, in the family minivan, his settler wife in the middle of a national-scale orgasm. Babies are dropping continuously from between her hips as she lectures passionately about the Right of the [Founding] Fathers [Avraham, Yitzhak, Ya'acov to the Land of Israel]. A vociferous and inarticulate idiot... if you are a moron you are a right-winger, and if you are a right-winger you are a moron. If you are a simpleton, ignoramus, hot-headed and cruel --- you are a right-winger..."
(Dan Tadmor, "Jerusalem" newspaper, 28 May 1993)
"It is impossible to stop fascism using rational arguments. You stop it only by force, and when there is willingness to risk civil war. When the moment of truth arrives we will have to confront forcefully the settlers in Ofra or Elon Moreh. Only he who is willing to overtake Ofra with tanks, can halt the fascistic current that is threatening to drown the Israeli democracy."
(Ze'ev Sternhall, "Davar", 15 April 1988)
"Only one weapon is missing today from the IDF's arsenal, and that is the Blessed Cannon that stood on the shore and fired on the ship "Altalena"... the people who operated it then had the brains to make the right decisions"
(Meir Sha'lev, "Yediot Ahronot", 19 Cheshvan, 6763)
"The Jews are a spirit possession that entered the flesh of the Gentiles"
(A. B. Yehoshua explaining in an interview to "Ma'ariv" on 26 Elul 6761 the origin of Nazism and Arab behavior)
"They (the settlers) need Ofra Moses' blood, they drink it."
(Dedi Tsuker in a lecture, the day after the murder of Ofra Moses [HY"D])
(On "Gush Emunim") "Messianic cult, insensitive and cruel, a band of armed gangsters, criminals against humanity, sadists, pogromists and murderers who emerged out of a dark recess of Judaism... from the cellars of bestiality and gluttony... in order to impose a bloodthirsty and insane ritual."
(Amos Oz, "In the name of life and peace", Yediot Ahronot, 8 Jun 1989)
"I see in armed settlers part of the forces of occupation, and in settlements [I see] fortresses that constitute a legitimate target for Palestinian resistance, and I don't consider the elimination of settlers as murder"
(quote from written material by Gid'on Spiru, "Ma'ariv", 25 Jan 1985)
"We, the woven skullcaps... soldiers in the army of the Lord of Hosts and the IDF... and the holiday of our freedom, this Festival of the Unleavened Bread we shall celebrate in holiness and addicting swaying of our bodies, and in our unleavened bread the blood of Palestinian youth."
(Yitzhak Laor, "Anthem to the Gush")
"On the day the command is given, the settlers will execute Knesset members and senior IDF officers"
(Binyamin Ben Eliezer, "Davar", 1 Jun 1989)
"There will be a bloodbath here. And there will be civil war, and justified hatreds will explode like volcanos to flower fields and the expanses of lost hopes..."
(Shoshi Natan, "Kibutz", 4 Jan 1989)
"The murderers past the Green Line, who settled in Judea and Samaria, have weapons. That is why I call on you to arm yourselves. Bear arms against them before they move you like leprous dogs into concentration camps... yes, bear arms."
([Prof.] Yeshayahu Leibowich, "Ha'Aretz", 27 Sep 1985)
"These are not my brothers, they are not ... and if one day there is war, and it WILL be --- this war will be a civil war... but if there will a war, and there will be, I will run there, beyond the lines that I haven't crossed in years, and I will mash their flesh vigorously to scatter them, and peace will be restored to the land. I will go out to battle to fight for my home, to fight just this once, truly, in a just war. There will be much bloodshed, this will be a long war, but also the last one. A war against them, the people who decided to destroy my home. A final battle, so that my daughters can live in peace, and so that I could look into their eyes and tell them that I have done everything I could to justify the unholiness of the land."
("The Kibbutz", 17 Aug 1995)
"A nationalistic and fascistic period, characterized by brutal populism... in the name of the eternity of the people and its divine purpose... the melting pot of mystic and aggressive nationalism, driven by its idea of a Chosen People at its center and territorial expansionism..."
(Shulamit Aloni on the Likud rule, "Politics", Oct 1987)
"Damn you Goldsteins!
On Sunday this week the Kahanists emerged from their dark caves and poisoned the city air with their stenchy breath... near the scene of the carnage gathered the merchants in blood, the pimps of racism and hatred, who tried to translate every drop of blood and every injured organ into despicable political gain. I watched the deformed faces of the rabble, most of whom wore skullcaps. Hundreds of thousands of people are willing to fight Israeli fascism to the end, and Peres neglected their cultivation after Rabin's murder."
(Chaim Bar'am, "Jerusalem" gazette, 8 Mar 1996)
"The religious [Jews] politicize the army. The woven skullcaps to me are like swastikas on the sleeves of Nazi soldiers."
(General [Res.] Shlomo Gazit, Yediot Ahronot, 8 Mar 1998 p.12)
"We need to enter Me'ah Sheh'arim [Ultra-Orthodox neighborhood in Jerusalem] with half-tracks and submachine guns and spray them"
(Arnon Yekutieli, Jerusalem city council member, "Erev Hadash", 22 Dec 1985)
"In Gush Emunim I saw a grave phenomenon, a cander in the body of Israeli democracy."
(Yitzhak Rabin, "Pinkas Sherut" [Memoirs], p.550)
"If the secular [Jews] want to continue to live here they have no choice but to start an intifada. Yes, I am ready to hurl the first rock"
(Yehonatan Gefen, "For whom the bell tolls", "Ma'ariv", 8 May 1998)
In Ma'ariv supplement (30 Apr 1993) was published an interview by Billy Moskuna Lerman with attorney Leah Tzemel, which ends in the following dialogue:
Tzemel: I was raised on the Holocaust. ...
Moskuna: At least say that you are against harming human life.
Tzemel: That would be incorrect because I am in favor of harming settlers.
"The Haredis [Ultra-Orthodox] are perceived as a faceless black body that spawns children and aspires to take over the State. Greedy leeches, strange and despised for their Exile clothes and customs. The arsenal of expressions used against them on secular Sabbath evenings, sounds occasionally as if it was copied from the Der Streimer, not to mention the way in which they are depicted in caricatures. The stomach turns... "We need to calculate not how many of them were killed but rather how many of them are still left", I was told after the attack in Jerusalem by a person, who is usually moral and wise. I am aware of the problematic nature of writing such a sentence that was uttered bemusedly during a living room conversation, where it is customary to enjoy freely such politically-incorrect exchanges. But, my secular brethren, let's be honest with ourselves and admit that this sentence is not uncommon, it is not extraordinary, and it passes by us without our ears ringing from pain."
(Sheli Yechimovich in an essay against the new anti-Semitism in Israel, published in "Globbs", quoted in the website "Shofar News")
"A ba'al Teshuva [Jew who is becoming religious] who says he found the light and for the first time in his life feels joy, is misled by the wicked.... many of those who joind the Nazi movement also felt elation and joy."
("Know your enemy, or: the borders of pluralism", from May issue of "Thesis", Tel-Aviv University student newspaper, edited by Lior Weitz, quoted in Ma'ariv on 3 May 2000)
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