Iran's government is trying to block Gershad, an app that uses crowdsourcing to report locations of morality police patrols.14:50 10.02.16 | 0 comments
Haaretz is the prime supporter and advocate of terror and violence as an acceptable tool in a dialog with opponents. So, how can this press organ possibly complain about rejection? About tolerance? The focus of most of articles of this press organ of late is who humiliates whom, obsessively. If comes to it with murder. The violence is being advocated, worshiped as effective tool, craved, and critially looked at from the singular angle, was it good for "us"? In a way Haaretz has turned into a super - graphic - effect crew, except instead of orcs and elves the camera is following living subjects of their experiments. And than, after incessantly separating our world in "theirs' and "ours" they come back and scream back at everyone "why are we separated"? Well, it’s Haaretz who is separated, for a moment. It wasn’t Eli Yishai who setup today’s educational system of Israel? Hello? He is an Torah learner under whose watch a few people of Arabic descent bought houses in Kiriat Shmona and a few Jewish people got apartments in Al Fahr. Haaretz response to both events was “lio kosher…”. It was Yossi Sarid who setup today’s school of Israel. He sits in the office next door to Rivkah. Couldn’t the writer, struggling with English on these pages, ask Mr. Sarid what the heck he was doing as Minister of Education for the past 12 years? Oh no, that would be terrible. Haaretz will expose itself as a… hypocrite. Even more interesting would be to review Rivkah's vote on Tatiana Rabinovich right to ride the bus on Shabbas in front… See that vote roll? See that vote? In the back of the bus, NOW!