OK, now we get the full story about how this happened.
It is the “Peace Now” Nazis and their court buddies.
It’s about time that we started to hit them back. I think everyone who is losing their homes need to turn around and sue "Peace Now." The companies who were forced into bankruptcy should sue "Peace Now."
Then everyone who lost someone to a terrorist because "Peace Now" didn’t want the fence should sue.
Then everyone whose loved ones were killed by terrorists who committed crimes after “Peace Now” lawsuits allowed them to have access to land should sue.
Then everyone in Hevron should sue. Then everyone from Gush Katif should sue. And everyone who has had their trees and their crops and their orchards uprooted should sue.
And they shouldn’t just sue the organization. They need to sue individual protestors, activists, and administrators PERSONALLY. Start taking names, people! Let them know they can't hide behind their Nazi organization any longer and let them know what it is to be thrown from your home and have your parnassah destroyed.
We need injunctions, personal injury lawsuits, pain and suffering lawsuits, criminal cases filed against them for giving material support to terrorists, etc. Then lets start lobbying in the US and Israel to have their name included on the list of terrorist organizations so we can dry up their assets and destroy their lives as they have destroyed the lives of so many Jews. After all, they affiliate themselves with terrorists and terrorist sympathizers and work to deny land to Jews and give it to our enemies. Also, they target Jews and only Jews, so they are clearly an anti-Semitic organization, a hate group.
Stop taking this from these unwashed masses and their suit-coated lawyers! Let’s get them on the run.Just because they are "organized" doesn't mean they aren't the same ilk as their brothers who hide behind white bedsheets and swastikas and shave their heads and wear hobnailed boots.
They are bullies, and they need to be bullied back.
by Hillel Fendel
(IsraelNN.com) The Heftzibah Construction Company suddenly faces bankruptcy, one of its top executives tried to commit suicide, and hundreds of home-owners may find themselves on the street. But Peace Now is interested in only one thing: "Get those Jews out of there!"
The reference, in this case, is to hundreds of hareidi-religious families that, over the course of Wednesday night, broke into the apartments they paid for, but may lose if the builders go bankrupt.
How it All Began
Among the many financial problems facing the Heftzibah Construction Company is a series of recent Supreme Court rulings, instigated by the radical left-wing Peace Now organization, that forbid continued construction on a very large housing project between Modiin and the Green Line dividing pre-1967 Israel from Judea/Samaria.
The new project, in Matityahu East, was supposed to be for 3,000 units, but after only 500 were sold - and with 430 of those 500 still empty - a Peace Now suit led the Court to order a halt to all activity. Thus, 430 families that had paid were unable to move in to their new homes - and the 70 families already living there were forced to live under frozen construction-site conditions. This has been the situation for a year and a half now.
The suit brought by Peace Now - an organization that is dedicated to eradicating Jewish presence from Judea and Samaria - showed that various technical/legal glitches plagued the process of receiving the construction permits. For instance, a zoning change was publicized in Hebrew newspapers, but not in Arabic ones.
As Jewish land rights activist Betzalel Smutrich told B'Sheva's Ofrah Lax last month, "The Supreme Court is supposed to protect citizens from the authorities that stick to the dry law and procedure. But the Supreme Court has long forgotten its function... The Arabs were not even hurt here; the original plan was legally approved, and the revised plan did not change the area being built. So why all the hubbub?"
Another source close to the case said, "True, the buildings weren't built at the same angle called for by the plan that was originally approved - but to say that this means there were severe construction violations? If there's a problem with 10% of the buildings, then at least approve the other 90%!" But the Supreme Court, at Peace Now's behest, did not do so.
After a year and a half of legal troubles, it appeared that the families' plight was nearing a legal solution - and then came the news that Heftzibah, the builders, might be facing bankruptcy. Over the course of Wednesday night and Thursday morning, many families from various locations besieged the company's Jerusalem offices - while many others made their way to the Matityahu East apartments they had long ago paid for and to which they were denied entry, and broke in. Their goal: to establish their rights at the possibly soon-to-be-contested properties.
The mass take-over was apparently organized in advance. Apartments built by Heftzibah but not yet fully approved for occupancy were also taken over by their owners in Beit Shemesh, Beitar Illit, and elsewhere.
Heftzibah has not filed any police complaints against the squatters, and the police have not taken action against them. Peace Now, however, is very concerned at the taking of the law into private hands, and the organization's Secretary Yariv Oppenheimer had this to say about the situation: "The police must evict the squatters from the [Matityahu] apartments now, even before the Sabbath."