Sunday, September 27, 2009

Special for Yom Kippur: Want to know the REAL reason why Ben Gurion University became a den of treason?

Ask Avishai Braverman, who personally set up the Political Science
Department there as Israel's worst anti-Israel anti-Zionist propaganda
bureau. Braverman was president of BGU for many years and was in many
ways even worse than its current President, the clueless Rivka Carmi.
Braverman filled BGU with "post-Zionists" and "New Historians." He allowed
the political science department to fire and refuse to employ Zionists.

Avishai Braverman, the "economist" Knesset Member now leading the
campaign to raise unemployment in Israel by raising the minimum wage,
pronounces today in the media:,7340,L-3782178,00.html
Minister Braverman: Seek Arabs' forgiveness
Government should ask Arabs for forgiveness ahead of Yom Kippur, minister
for minority affairs says.


Got that? Jews should ask for forgiveness on Yom Kippur not from God but
from the Arabs. Including the Negev bedouins who have illegally seized
control of large swaths of Negev land they do not own and never paid for.

So why shouldn't Jews also ask forgiveness from the Germans for all the
suffering the Germans experienced during World War II?

Full article follows:
Minister Braverman: Seek Arabs' forgiveness

Government should ask Arabs for forgiveness ahead of Yom Kippur, minister
for minority affairs says
Ilana Curiel

Minister for Minority Affairs Avishay Braverman urged the government
Saturday to "ask for the forgiveness of Israel's Arabs" ahead of Yom

"The State of Israel needs to considerably ameliorate its attitude to the
Arab population in general, and the Bedouin community in particular," the
minister said at a meeting of Bedouin local council heads in the south.

Before the session, Minister Braverman toured several Bedouin communities
in the Negev desert and heard the problems faced by local residents. In
one case, residents complained that despite living in a community
officially recognized by Israel, they do not have access to water, sewage,
and electricity infrastructure.

"We must make progress this year in respect to addressing the Bedouin
population," Braverman said. "If we want law and order, we also need to do
something - they suffer from unemployment, educational problems, and a
lack of water and electricity."

'Learn from Jewish mistakes'
The minister also vowed to do everything in his power to prompt the
Israeli government to take action in order to resolve the current

Addressing one of the burning issues in the south, the question of land
ownership, Braverman said that "the time has come for a land deal. This is
a major issue that hinders many other things."

Turning his attention to the Bedouin, the minister said: "The weakness of
the Bedouin leadership and the fact that the Sheikhs' power has declined
also undermines the implementation of solutions on the ground. Learn from
the mistakes of the Jews: Cooperate in order to succeed."

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