Last Friday, on the eve of Shabbat Parashat Yetro, about 20 masked men came down from the Givat Ronen outpost and beat rabbis for human rights activists.
They attacked them with rocks and sticks and burned an activist's vehicle, which fortunately was not inside.
The shocking images provoked reactions throughout the political system, but our attention is limited.
If the systems continue to doze off and we continue to the next thing, Jewish terrorism will intensify.
When asked why I live in Sderot, among clear right-wing voters, I laugh.
I grew up in a right-wing family and I feel most at home in Sderot.
Not only do right-wingers not scare me, but it's much more interesting to live in a place where people think differently from me.
In reality I also find out many times that we have a lot more agreements than it seems in advance.
The people on the right are my brothers and sisters, and most of them are patriots and well-wishers.
That is why I wholeheartedly believe that right-wingers should be our partners in the fight against Jewish terrorism.
Anyone who saw the harsh images from Burin last Friday should be shocked and take a stand.
The fact that the Yesha Council also condemned the lynching is important, but far from sufficient. Only together can we achieve a few things: broad support for the displacement of illegal and violent outposts such as Givat Ronen, the declaration of these Jewish militias as terrorist organizations, and the definition of victims of Jewish terrorism as victims of hostilities.
There are times when you need to be clear and sharp. For many of us, the reality in Judea and Samaria is distant. We say that reality is "complex", and that frees us from taking a stand. The reality is indeed complex, and we are still committed to "depart from evil and do good. Ask for peace and pursue it." When the militias attack Palestinians, it is even further away from us. We sometimes wake up when Jewish activists or soldiers and policemen attack. It happens all the time, and has also led to murders in the Duma and in Jerusalem. As the song says, if we keep quiet about it - our kids will be next in line to snatch.
There are also people who choose a different tactic. The head of the Samaria Council condemns the attack, and in the same breath accuses the "far-left and anarchist organizations" of provocations. If planting olive trees for Tu B'Shvat in orchards that have been vandalized by Jewish rioters is a provocation, then we are provocateurs. Shared and in the realization "and you loved Hagar" is a provocation, so we are the most provocateurs.
If you read the map that way, then you are in the right camp, which will lead to the isolation and reduction of this terrible phenomenon.
On Shabbat we read the Ten Commandments.
Mount Sinai stands as an inspiration to people from all religions and cultures.
Mount Sinai class believes in man and his ability to make moral decisions.
He demands of us not to succumb to our violent impulses and not to come to terms with a world of "all man dalim".
The Ten Commandments are the beginning of a moral world, which demands a change between a person and his friend.
He who has God in his heart will not kill, will not covet, will love one another, will not support those who have chosen violence and evil.
This is our time for influential action against Jewish terrorism, which is hurting us all.
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