(Thanks to Skulz for above artwork.)
1. The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and Zionist Bullshit, though not necessarily in that order. Just when I had thought, in the aftermath of the Jeremy Let’s Blow Up the Dome of Rock Gimpel episode, that I had seen or heard it all, it turns out noooooooooooo.
Goys and girls, on behalf of all the tuyuur here at Mantiq al-Tayr, I am both thrilled and utterly flabbergasted to present to you our discovery of the world’s most important human rights organization. No, I’m not talking about Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, The Poverty Southern Center for Lawlessness or whatever its name is, The Weasel-thal Center and not even the Kabbalah Center International, a truly remarkable organization in its own right. No, I’m talking about the Yesha Human Rights Organization, headed by that world renowned humanitarian Orit Struk. This is an organization you need learn more about. I can’t believe I had missed the news until now.
Let’s start with this:
“The organization’s goals are to defend the human and civil rights of Jewish Israelis living in the West Bank, and formerly in the Gaza Strip.”
That’s right folks. Those poor fanatical, criminal, racist Zionist Jews who live illegally on occupied land are having their human rights violated (by Jews, they claim) and we should all join their Jihad.
Get a load of this shit: (Note to Shas Party members and Orit Struk’s oversized family of fuck heads, all red highlighting in this post is done by our guest editor today, Haifa Wehbe)
“Struck explains why the Yesha Human Rights Organization was founded: “Over the years, it became clear that there was a need for a human rights organization `of our own,’ which would relate to those settling in Yesha as human beings possessing rights, and not as second, third or fourth class citizens. The Yesha Human Rights Organization tries to provide for the various needs resulting from the trampling of the rights of these residents by government authorities.”
“Yesha” by the way is an acronym that refers to the West Bank and Gaza strip.
Yes goys and girls, insane settlers in Palestine are so oppressed as they rob, beat up and kill Palestinians whose land they have stolen via Israeli government-subsidized schemes (and hence funded by the American tax-payer) that they need their own human rights organization. But it gets worse, with Zionism it always does.
She’s now a member of the Knesset in effect representing, and I’m not making this up, the city of Hebron. Her party, (Bayit Yehudi which has, like her last name, a number of different spellings) the same one that Jeremy Gimpel was running with, won 12 seats. Gimpel was 14th on the list, so he didn’t make it. Too bad really, because if he had made it he’d have to give up his American citizenship, but I digress.
Let me digress again for a second.Wanna puke? Go to Bayit Yehuda’s web page and watch the video that pops right up on the screen. Have your barf bag(s) ready. Yes, you may need more than one. Don’t say I didn’t warn you. I dare you to click here.
End of digression. Did you click?
She’s got quite a list of accomplishments. According to the article cited above:
“Orit founded the Organization for Human Rights in Judea and Samaria. This was the first, and only human rights organization dealing with massive police brutality against Jews. As a result, dozens of police were brought to trial, many of whom were convicted, fined and/or fired.”
The same article then posts a lengthy quote from Struk’s bio page on the Bayit Yehudi website. It’s worth reading and I’ll link here directly to her bio page and will quote a section from it.
“In the previous Knesset term, Orit ran the Land of Israel Lobby. The lobby, numbering 42 members of Knesset, fought (successfully) against the extension of the settlement freeze, against various left-wing political initiatives, promoted the declaration of Ma’arat HaMachpela (The Tomb of the Patriarchs) and Kever Rachel (Rachel’s Tomb) as National Heritage Sites, passed the “Boycott Law” (a law that places financial accountability on groups or individuals who call for boycotting groups or regional areas in Israel), led the campaign for changing the government’s stance on young settlements (“outposts”), and promoted the establishment of the Levi Committee (a professional committee that investigated the legal status of the Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria).”
Kawther Salam has written quite a bit about Struk and I picked up a lot of good info as a result. You might want to try her article entitled “A Terrorist In The Business Of Human Rights” as a start but also take a look on her site here and here.
Here’s an interesting paragraph from the second link above:
“I know Orit Struck personally as she and her cronies had their colony in the building next to my house. She is a habitual criminal, a cranky piece of work who has obvious psychological problems. She and Moshe Levinger and their families were among the first colonist families to move into the Palestinian vegetable market at the so-called “Avraham Avinu” colony in Hebron, after the wholesale ethnic cleansing operation against the Palestinian shopkeepers of the area, among others the Al-Owiwi, abu Afifh, Qafisheh, al-Joubeh families, and also against the Al-Sharabati, Zaiton, Al-Jabai, Bader, abu Monshar, Ashour, Al-Qayal and other families at the metal market, wool market, vegetable market, al-Saiuri market, the Islamic Waqf, the Al-Qazzazin mosque etc., in the streets Al-Shuhada street, Al-Sahleh street, al-Haram Street … and in the tunnels of the old market. All the Palestinians were expelled by force and their properties were damaged or plundered wholesale by Orit, here family and other squatter families with the help of the IDF. ”
Terrorism seems to run in Struk’s family. Let’s start with her son, Zvi Struk (various other spellings omitted). A truly charming young lad I’m sure you’ll agree.
“The incident took place in July 2007; Struck and another suspect kidnapped and beat the Palestinian teen, a resident of the West Bank village of Kusra. The teen was later found unconscious in an open field, naked, tied and injured, after making it to a main road on his own. Passersby rushed him to a hospital in nearby Nablus.”
He was sentenced to just 18 months for this and then his sentence was extended by one more year.
No doubt you are utterly outraged over the fact that the court in Israel would discriminate against this poor Jewish boy – Israeli courts are famous for being filled with anti-semites. I’m sure you will be glad to know that many in Israel share your sentiments. When Zvi was sent off to jail, many prominent Israelis held a big send off for him. How touching.
“The event was held in the West Bank settlement of Shilo in honor of Zvi Struck, who was convicted of abusing a Palestinian youth in July 2007, together with another man whose identity remains unknown. The two beat the youth up, bound him, fired their guns close to him, undressed him and threw him naked at the roadside. Three months earlier the two men had beaten up the same youth and killed a young goat.”
Haaretz also notes:
“The send off was led by Bnei Akiva yeshiva head Rabbi Haim Drukman and Kiryat Arba Rabbi Dov Lior, Binyamin Council head Avi Ro’eh, his deputy Motti Yogev, and MK Arye Eldad.”
Bnei Akiva is a truly fine organization. One I’m sure you would be proud to have your children belong to, as Rachel Struk, a daughter of the lovely Orit, does. I wrote about that outfit in some detail a while back. And you can read something about the rest of this holy family on Ms. Salam’s site.
Oh, and that Levi Committee that Struk had set up? Well it issued its report and low and behold it says that Israel discriminates against Jews in the West Bank. Who the hell would take that seriously? Netanyahu, that’s who.
“Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will recommend that the government back part of the Levy Report urging a halt to discrimination against Jews in Judea and Samaria and an about-face to the concept of an “occupation.””
Knesset Member Yisrael Katz (Democrat, Israel) commented:
“Adopting the report’s recommendations to stop discrimination against Jews will deliver a clear message to residents of Judea and Samaria they can live normal lives like everyone else in the country,”
How can people like that live normal lives anywhere?
2. Cats to go.
3. Well it’s video time. Enjoy some of the work of the Yana Dance folks.