Yisrael Medad, in Israel since 1970, Hebrew U. MA, resides in Shiloh and is an activist for Zionism and Judea & Samaria.
- 2.The Jewish Problem - From anti-Judaism to anti-SemitismTue Jul 22, 2014
Thu,Jul 24,2014 26 Tammuz 5774
“Amos Oz, head of Israel's Literary Left, and the fella who dedicated one of his books to terrorist mass murderer Marwan Barghouti, just issued a clarification. He wants everyone to understand that he called the Price Tag teenage graffiti vandals "Neo-Nazis" and not Nazis, he says. So I would also like to issue a clarification. Amos Oz is a Neo-Moron, not a Moron.”
“Author and Israel Prize laureate Amos Oz came out strongly against perpetrators of “price tag” attacks this week, saying “‘Price tag’ and ‘Hilltop youth’ are cute nicknames for a monster that needs to be called what it is: Hebrew neo-Nazi groups.” Oz went on to say that the only difference between neo-Nazis around the world and those who commit hate crimes in Israel is that “our neo-Nazi groups enjoy the support of numerous nationalist or even racist legislators, as well as rabbis who give them what is in my view pseudo- religious justification.”
CHAPTER EIGHT: OFFENSES AGAINST THE POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ORDERArticle One: Sedition…136. For purposes of this Article, "sedition" is one of the following:...… (3) the creation of discontent or resentment among Israel residents;
Incitement to disobedience110. If a person incited or induced a person who serves in an armed force to disobey a lawful order, then he is liable to one year imprisonment; if thereby he intended to injure national security, then he is liable to five years imprisonment; if the offense was committed when armed hostilities are in progress by or against Israel, then he is liable to seven years imprisonment.