🚨 🇮🇱 🇵🇸 The right-wing extremist Israeli Minister of National Security, Itamar Ben Gvir, during the “Gaza Resettlement” conference held in Jerusalem today, publicly called for encouraging the forced migration of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip and by force. pic.twitter.com/0re0dXGEr6
— מרדכי קלומפס Mordechai Klompas مردخاي كلامبس (@MordechaiKlompa) January 28, 2024
Ministers Ben Gvir and Karii (Likud) dancing in the reoccupation and resettlement conference tonight. Any international actor backing this fascist government’s war is complicit in advancing the ethnic cleansing of Gaza. https://t.co/IC3mp7LCue
— Nimrod Flaschenberg (@Nimrod_Flash) January 28, 2024
🚨 Tell me again how it is not genocide and ethnic cleansing?
JUST NOW: A massive group of people gathered in Jerusalem for a far-right conference advocating the resettlement of the Gaza Strip.
Titled “Conference for the Victory of Israel,” the gathering, attended by key… pic.twitter.com/Sq2RcHDuom
— AHMED | أحمد (@ASE) January 28, 2024
Daniella Weiss foresees massive departure from Gaza
In a controversial statement during a resettlement conference in Jerusalem, Israeli settler leader Daniella Weiss predicted a widespread exodus of the Gaza population. pic.twitter.com/VKIaPk43zn
— Middle East Monitor (@MiddleEastMnt) January 28, 2024
The Jews are a racist hate group.
Imagine that no one gets canceled when they hold conferences openly calling for stealing all of the rest of the land.
Hundreds of members of the Israeli settler community gathered for a convention in Jerusalem on Sunday calling for Israel to rebuild settlements in Gaza, and the northern part of the Occupied West Bank.
Israel withdrew its military and settlers from Gaza in 2005 after a 38-year occupation, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said it does not intend to maintain a permanent presence again, but that Israel would maintain security control for an indefinite period.
There has been little clarity, however, about Israel’s longer-term intentions, and countries including the United States have said that Gaza should be governed by Palestinians.
The conference was organized by the right-wing Nahala organization, which advocates for Jewish settlement expansion in territories including the West Bank, where they are classified as illegal by international and humanitarian groups and where violent clashes between settlers and Palestinians are frequent.
The conference, titled “Settlement Brings Security,” was not organized by the Israeli government, though its hard-right coalition has been criticized for supporting settlement expansion, a position seen as hindering a possible future two-sate solution with the Palestinians.
The “two-state solution” is such a canard.
Imagine if the “far-right” in America was calling for blacks to all be sent to Africa, and the response of the “liberal left” was that this is “far right” and that actually, blacks should all be moved to a reservation in Louisiana and given Indian-style autonomy.
How is it possible that none of these “democracy” people are simply saying that Palestinians living in the country should be given a right to vote? How is it possible that they all just assume “well, of course Jews must have a racially pure state”?
Americans, meanwhile, are not even allowed to say that Jews should go live in this racially pure state. But they all have to support it.
Israel’s Channel 12 reported that 12 ministers from Netanyahu’s Likud party, along with public security minister Itamar Ben Gvir and finance minister Bezalel Smotrich – both from far-right parties in the governing coalition – attended the conference.
Ben Gvir said he had protested the evacuation of Jewish settlements from Gaza and warned it would bring “rockets upon Sderot” and “rockets upon Ashkelon” in southern Israel.
“We yelled and we warned,” Ben Gvir said. “If don’t want another October 7, we need to return home and control the land.”
This is very close to being the official position of the Israel government.
Bibi can’t get any backing from anyone in the country, other than these people.