Monday, December 31, 2012

Otzma Leyisrael Slams 'Ivory Tower' Judges

Otzma Leyisrael Slams 'Ivory Tower' Judges

The Otzma Leyisrael faction slammed the Supreme Court on Sunday following a verdict allowing MK Hanin Zoabi (Balad) to run for Knesset. Zoabi's candidacy had been disqualified by the Elections Committee due to her statements and actions showing support for terrorism.
"The court has become the left's 'home court,'" the party said in a statement. "The judges sit in an ivory tower, cut off from the people. The message that Zoabi and her associates are getting today is that they may continue to harm the state, to incite, to rebel, to organize more 'flotillas,' and the Supreme Court will continue to protect them."
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March for raped 83-year-old woman from Hatikva neighborhood

An 83 year-old woman from the Hatikva neighborhood was RAPED by an African near the Central Bus Station in Tel Aviv. The man was arrested from his DNA which the police had on file from raping a previous woman. Yet, he was never thrown out country . Allowed to walk the streets and rape again.
A march will be held in Tel Aviv this Monday evening in Tel Aviv, calling loudly for the deportations of the Africans that has turned the Hatikva neighborhood and south Tel Aviv into a living hell for its residents.
We will be meeting at 6:00pm in Ben-Ari's Tel Aviv office. Address is Rechov Hagana 60


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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Otzma Le'Yisrael to Report Illegal Arab Building

Otzma Le'Yisrael to Report Illegal Arab Building

Maayana Miskin

The Otzma Leyisrael party is planning to create a report on illegal construction in Arab communities. The report will be comprehensive and balanced, party sources said.
Ever since the Sasson report, which investigated illegal construction in Jewish communities east of the 1949 armistice line, the Israeli government has focused its fight against illegal construction on Israeli communities, they said.
"Tens of thousands of illegal structures and dozens of illegal towns built by Arabs within Israel remain standing, and the selective demolition targets Jews," they charged.
As a first step, they said, the party plans to bring around 70 activists to the Israeli Arab town of Musmus in the "Triangle" region of northern Israel. Activists will document illegal building in the area.
Party members MKs Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben-Ari have asked police in Israel's Northern District to approve the planned visit.
The Supreme Court previously upheld the right of activists Baruch Marzel and Itamar Ben-Gvir, both currently members of Otzma Leyisrael, to march in the Arab city of Umm el-Fahm. Ben-Ari and Eldad believe the planned event in Musmus will also be approved, but that, like in Umm el-Fahm, they will be allowed to visit the suburbs only and not the city center due to fears of violent riots.


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Saturday, December 29, 2012

Netanyahu Brings Division to Nation by Evacuating Oz Zion

Otzma LeYisrael: Netanyahu Brining Division to Nation

Heads of Otzma LeYisrael, MK Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben Ari, spoke out against the Prime Minister on his decision to evacuate the outpost of Oz Zion before Shabbat.

"Netanyahu, who did not bat an eye to the illegal construction in the Arab sector in the Galilee and the Negev, makes a provocation a few minutes before Shabbat and harms the IDF and the settler community. When it comes to the enemies of Israel he is tying the hands of our soldiers, but here he brings conflict and division within the nation. Otzma LeYisrael emphasizes the right of Jews to settle anywhere and calls on all parties in the national camp and to all in Netanyahu's coalition for the complete adoption of the Levi report. "

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Friday, December 28, 2012

Remarks on Zoabi

Ben-Ari and Marzel Remarks on Zoabi
After the hearings in the Supreme Court to disqualify Zoabi, MK Michael Ben-Ari made a fiery speech. "If they don't disqualify Zoabi today, tomorrow she'll throw a bomb in the Knesset, " he said. Baruch Marzel in a press interview said: "Terrorists do not belong in the Knesset."

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The poll conducted for The Jerusalem Post and the Globes shows Otzma Le'Yisrael (Strong Israel) three seats in the Knesset. Thus passing the threshold.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2012

POLL: 4 seats and growing

New poll by Prof. Avi Degani, Geocartography group shows “Otzma Le’Yisrael” (Power to Israel) winning 4 seats in the elections. MK Dr. Michael Ben-Ari, Prof. Aryeh Eldad, Baruch Marzel and Arieh King will make it into the Knesset. We are campaigning for at least 6 seats by election time.

Our presence in the Knesset is critical to make the right wing draw ideological lines… to warn against any slide to the left on Netanyahu’s part and to remind the Likud of its ideological conscience. .

We may be a small party, but a strong party. Remember, a small piece of iron can crack a large piece of plastic. We are the iron.

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Eldad Joins Rally for Temple Mount Preservation

            MK Eldad Joins Rally for Temple Mount Preservation


MK Aryeh Eldad of Otzma Leyisrael joined protesters in Jerusalem on Wednesday for a rally calling on the government to stop the Muslim Waqf's destruction of ancient artifacts on the Temple Mount.

The Waqf is "systematically" destroying historical finds "that can never be repaired and studied," Eldad warned. Its goal is to destroy proof of Jewish ties to the holy site, he said.
"Netanyahu, who knows how to give lofty speeches about 'the cornerstone of our existence,' is sitting on his hands," Eldad accused.
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Monday, December 24, 2012

Bennett Should Embrace Refusing Orders

Ben-Ari: Bennett Should Embrace Refusing Orders

David Lev

Bayit Yehudi chairman Naftali Bennett has spent a great deal of time and effort to make it clear that he did not call for IDF soldiers to obey orders in an interview Thursday night – but he would be doing everyone a much greater service if he actually did come out and advocated disobeying immoral orders, said MK Michael Ben-Ari.

In an interview with Arutz Sheva, Ben-Ari said that for anyone that calls himself a religious Zionist, there was no question whatsoever. “All those who adhere to the teachings of Rabbis like former Chief Rabbi Avraham Shapira z”tl know that the issue is clear, and that he must disobey illegal orders and encourage others to do so as well. A soldier is not a cog in a machine who just 'obeys orders.' The task of he IDF is to defend Jews, not evict them from their homes,” Ben-Ari said.
The ferocity with which Binyamin Netanyahu has attacked Bennett is an indication of the Prime Minister's intentions in his next term, said Ben-Ari. “He intends to go full-force into evicting Jews from many parts of Judea and Samaria, as he described in his Bar Ilan University policy speech several years ago.”
Bennett, said Ben-Ari, should embrace the idea of refusing illegal orders. “He must be clear that he is in favor of this, and not mumble or make excuses. We expect leaders to make clear statements, and his performance Saturday night was not clear. What he did was an example of 'pragmatism,' which has gotten us into much trouble in recent years.”
Speaking Saturday night, Bennett sought to deflect accusations that he called for IDF soldiers to disobey orders, saying that he had just been trying to express the difficulty soldiers face when being asked to throw anyone – Jewish or Arab – out of their homes. “An order to uproot an Arab village or a Jewish community is a fatal blow to the most basic human rights, and it places the soldiers before a heart wrenching dilemma between human rights on the one hand, and the obligation to obey orders on the other.
“This is an unbearable dilemma. I pray with my entire heart that such an order will not be given again, ever, but in the bottom line, if worst comes to worst, I say clearly: a soldier must obey the military's orders,” Bennett said.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Between Strength and Power

Between Strength and Power
12/17/2012 13:39

Everyone who saw the photographs of Israeli soldiers fleeing from small groups of rock-throwing Arab rioters in Hebron and in Kadum is surely aware of the potentially dangerous effects of such degrading retreats.

Otzma LeIsraelPhoto: Otzma LeIsrael
As instructed by the political echelons and state attorneys, the army is sending signals that may encourage a third Intifada, which we will only be able to quell at a high cost in blood.

And everyone who saw the photos of the running soldiers wondered: Isn’t the Israeli army strong enough to deal with those mobs?

A few weeks ago Israel engaged in Operation Pillar of Cloud. Israel was led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman, who had pledged four years ago that when they would be at the helm of the government, they would not stop a military operation midway, as the previous government had done in Gaza, but they would end the reign of Hamas. Now, their time had come. With 75,000 reserve soldiers outside Gaza ready to go, the Netanyahu government stopped them, while Hamas continued to fire rockets at Beer Sheva, Ashdod and Tel Aviv, and it even tried to hit Jerusalem. And everyone who saw the rockets and photos wondered: Isn’t the Israeli army strong enough to crush Hamas?

Thousands of illegal homes are being built by Bedouin in the Negev and Arabs in the Galilee and in Jerusalem. Hundreds, nay, thousands, of court orders have been issued for their removal, yet the authorities do not enforce the court orders and the Israel Police does not provide security for such enforcement. And everyone who sees the construction and reads the court orders wonders: Isn’t the State of Israel strong enough to enforce the law?

The same holds true for taxes, property assessments and social security payments. Israeli Arabs pay much less than their share even compared to Jews in the same socio-economic brackets. Isn’t Israel strong enough to enforce the law?

The answer is that the state is strong but lacks power. Its leaders lack power, the inner characteristic that would allow them to use their strength. They lack the steeled determination that does not for a moment lose sight of national goals and that uses our great strength to realize them, and to defeat all our enemies.

That is why we formed Otzma L’Israel – Power to Israel. We want to actualize our dormant strength, not have it wasted by leaders who lack determination. We want to crush Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran – not verbally but in reality. We want Israel to be able to enforce its laws in Arab communities without fear. We want Israel to have an inner strength that will be echoed by its outer strength and to have both of these, together, reflect our determination and Israel's power.



Thursday, December 20, 2012

Nationalist Camp Split: Good for the Right

Nationalist Camp Split: Good for the Right

MK Aryeh Eldad explains why the breakaway party Otzma L'Yisrael is good for the Israeli right.
By Maayana Miskin
First Publish: 12/18/2012, 6:53 PM

MKs Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben-Ari
MKs Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben-Ari
Flash 90
The unification of the two right-wing parties Habayit Hayehudi (Jewish Home) and Ichud Leumi (National Union) was a cause of celebration in the nationalist camp. Many were disappointed when two of Ichud Leumi’s four MKs split off to form a new party, Otzma L’Yisrael.

In fact, says MK Aryeh Eldad, the current makeup of the parties is good for the political right. The new unified party will play its role in the coalition, he told Arutz Sheva, but it needs a right-wing Opposition party to help it along.

“We believe that the next Knesset must have a nationalist party to the right of the Coalition that will continue proclaiming the truth… When Netanyahu demolishes towns or neighborhoods our friends in the Jewish Home will not be able to cast a no-confidence vote,” he explained. “When Netanyahu continues a de facto freeze on construction in Judea, Samaria and Jerusalem – as he did for the past four years despite the presence of the Likud’s nationalist camp and the Jewish Home in the coalition – Otzma L’Yisrael will be there to inform Netanyahu of the ultimate demands.”

“Our presence in the Knesset is critical to mark the right wing, to draw ideological lines… to warn against any slide to the left on Netanyahu’s part and to remind the Likud of its ideological conscience,” he declared.

In addition, he said, “An Opposition presence will make it easier for the right wing of the Coalition to pressure Netanyahu from within, by arguing that ‘right wing’ criticism of the government must be met with an appropriate response.”

Otzma L’Yisrael does not desire to remain in the Opposition, he clarified – but is realistic about its options. The chances of Netanyahu meeting the party’s demand to rescind his support for the creation of a new Arab state, Palestine, in Judea and Samaria are “faint,” he said.

In addition, he said, “It isn’t enough for the bride to be willing, the groom must be willing, too. It is clear to us that Netanyahu is unwilling to see Michael Ben-Ari in the Coalition in any case.”

During its stay in Knesset, Otzma L’Yisrael plans to continue campaigning regarding its three pet issues, he said: demanding that Arab citizens of Israel perform national service and pay taxes as Jewish citizens do, fighting to get illegal entrants out of struggling Israeli neighborhoods, and pushing for a strong military response to terrorism.

Recent polls have mostly shown the party passing the minimum vote threshold and entering Knesset, Eldad said. “Our goal is to have a strong Otzma L’Yisrael in Knesset, and every voice helps,” he urged.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bayit Yehudi plans for the Division of Israel

Bayit Yehudi has a plan for the division of Israel. Realize that 2-States will develop from their plan. Autonomy is a stepping stone for 2 States. Click link below for You Tube which is in Hebrew. English below.
Bennett explains in his You Tube since a peace deal will never happen with the Palestinians, the alternative is for Israel to annex all of Area C, where there is already a strong Jewish majority. Give the Palestinians self-rule in Areas A and B. Arabs living in Area C would be given the option of citizenship on par with the Arabs living in Jerusalem.
Otzma Le'Yisrael will never compromise on giving any up any part of Israel "One State for the Jewish people" is their platform

Monday, December 17, 2012

Otzma LeYisrael React to Ruling not to Disqualify Zoabi


Arutz Sheva 12/17

Otzma LeYisrael React to Ruling not to Disqualify Zoabi

MK Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben Ari of Otzma LeYisrael responded to the decision of the Attorney General not to disqualify Knesset Member Hanin Zoabi, who said that although the evidence against Zoabi does indicate borderline misconduct against Zoabi, it is not enough to disqualify her from running in the Knesset elections.
"Freedom of expression can not be freedom to incite or the freedom to support terrorist organizations and share practices with them," they said. "Even a country that believes in the freedom of expression must not allow for the support for terrorism from within her own parliament."

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Reasons to vote for Otzma Le'Yisrael (Strong Israel)

Reasons to vote for Otzma Le'Yisrael (STRONG ISRAEL)

 What do we know for sure about the members of Otzma?
  • They are a party of "No Compromise."
  • They will be the ONLY strong voice in the opposition.
  • They will not be tied down by coalition obligations of how to vote, which always turned into destruction for Israel.
  • Their voice will push other right-wingers to do what has to be done for the Land of Israel and People of Israel.

 MK Prof. Areyh Eldad, MK Dr. Michael Ben-Ari, Baruch Marzel, Arieh King, Itamar Ben-Gvir are the top 5 candidates for this right-wing party of:

  • No Compromise on the Sovereignty over All the Land of Israel
  • No Two-State Solution
  • Jewish citizens’ rights to live without fear of attacks and missiles
  • Deportation of all illegals that are making Jewish lives a nightmare, especially in the Hatikvah neighborhood of Tel Aviv and any problem plaguing the Jewish State.
Unlike others, they will not be a government of destruction. A promise is a promise and will not change once they are in the Knesset. They are men of truth, those who are not reluctant or afraid to tell the truth, even when it hurts. They will be a party of "Power in Israel, a list of quality people who can be trusted not to flip-flop for jobs or seats in the Knesset, a party not to blend in with those who call themselves right-wing and yet will vote the way they are told to in order to keep their seat or ministry.

MK Dr. Michael Ben-Ari and MK Prof. Eldad have proven themselves for the last 4 years. Ben-Ari has been on hilltops when homes were being destroyed, sitting on the tractor hoping to stop them from moving to destroy. He took off his jacket and helped rebuild destroyed houses.
Ben-Ari, Eldad, Marzel and Itamar ben-Gvir have highlighted the illegal immigration issue by going into the Tel Aviv area where the problem is the strongest. They have been in east Jerusalem, supporting the rights of Jews to live there. They called for strong police reaction to the attackers; they went against Zoabi for being a traitor in the Knesset; without fear of world condemnation they called for collecting taxes from the Arabs who owed them to the government and advocated giving that tax money to the nurses who need a decent salary. They go into Arab neighborhoods to show the Arabs and the world that the Land is Ours.  They call loudly for No Two-States, but One-State - a Jewish State called Israel. Arieh King, Director and Founder of the Israel Land Fund, working for the last 10 years in East Jerusalem

Otzma Le’Yisrael has conducted psychological warfare with the media who do not cover all that they do and speak. The media is using the same tactics as they did with Rabbi Meir Kahane h”yd.  However, the strength of the public is enormously strong, and the surveys show that Otzma L'Yisrael is gaining strength and will pass the threshold and more.

Please multiply Otzma Le'Yisrael's power in the next Knesset; surprise anyone who seeks to erase us. Together with you we will win seven and even eight seats.



Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Solve Nurses' Strike by Taxing Arabs

Ben-Ari, Eldad: Solve Nurses’ Strike by Taxing Arabs

The solution to the nurses strike is to enforce tax payment in the Arab sector, MKs Michael Ben-Ari and Aryeh Eldad of Otzmat Yisrael said Tuesday. “The time has come for the Israeli government to use its authority… Only equal enforcement of tax law in the Arab sector will allow us to raise salaries and improve conditions not only for nurses, but for other public sector workers.”

If current financial trends continue, the government will need to cut 15 billion shekels from its budget in early 2013, they noted.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Response to Heaven Riot - Polls Puts Marzel in Knesset

Otzma Leyisrael: Hevron Riot from Softness to Hamas

Knesset members Aryeh Eldad and Michael Ben-Ari, who head the Otzma Leyisrael party, respondeded to Thursday afternoon's riot in the Judean city of Hevron by saying, Thursday evening, "The policy of the [Binyamin] Netanyahu government regarding procedures for opening fire abandons the lives of soldiers and civilians in Israel."
The statment by the two continued, "The riot by the Palestinian police officers is a direct continuation of the softness shown by the Netanyahu government in the cease-fire agreement with Hamas [which ended Pillar of Defense counter-terror campaign in Gaza]."

Arutz Sheva December 6, 2012

Power to Israel, which is headed by MK Aryeh Eldad, receives three, according to the poll, conducted by Midgam for Voice of Israel public radio.
Marzel, who lives in Hevron, is known for a fearless confrontational style in dealing with hostile Arabs. If he makes it into the parliament, altercations between him and aggressively anti-Israel Arab Knesset members like Ahmed Tibi may not be a far-fetched scenario.

MK Michael Ben-Ari and Baruch Marzel and students of Rabbi Meir Kahane H"YD
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