Yuval Diskin, the former head of Israel’s Internal Security Service (known as the Shabak or the Shin Bet) said the government of Israel does not want to deal with Jewish terrorism and that a de facto Jewish terrorist state is being formed in the West Bank. And he blames not only government apathy – he also blames Zionist Orthodox rabbis who lobby for easy treatment of the few young settler terrorists Israel catches.
Above: Yuval Diskin
Former Head of Shin Bet Says De Facto Jewish Terrorist State Being Formed On The West Bank
Shmarya Rosenberg • FailedMessiah.com
In a long Facebook post Friday, Yuval Diskin, the former head of Israel’s Internal Security Service (known as the Shabak or the Shin Bet) said the government of Israel does not want to deal with Jewish terrorism and that a de facto Jewish terrorist state is being formed in the West Bank, Ynet reported. And the reason this has happened is apathy on the part of the Government of Israel, the state’s legal system and Zionist Orthodox rabbis, all of whom have chosen to deal with this terrorism lightly, if at all, allowing it to grow and become more widespread and intense.
"Alongside the State of Israel, a de facto State of Judea is being formed. In the State of Judea there are different standards, different value systems, different attitudes towards democracy, and there are two legal systems. In the State of Judea, law enforcement is shockingly weak towards Jews. In the State of Judea, anarchistic, anti-state, violent, and racist ideologies are forming over the years, and they are treated tolerantly by the Israeli legal and judicial system.…the Hilltop Youth (hard-line, extremist settlers) are setting the tone within Zionist Orthodoxy. Anyone who thinks we are only talking about a few dozen of delusional youths is making a big mistake. In the State of Judea, there are many hundreds of youths supporting messianic and/or anarchistic, anti-state ideologies.
"Among these many hundreds are dozens who daily adopt different levels of violence or terrorism against Palestinian lives and property," Diskin continued. "Among them are dozens who would be willing to unhesitatingly take part in violence and terrorism against their Jewish brothers when they see the value of ‘sacred land’ as being put to the test. In certain scenarios, these numbers can be expected to increase significantly."
Diskin claims the Shin Bet, the police, and the IDF are all know what is going on, as have a series of prime ministers. But they all have refused to take the necessary action to stop it.
"Even when I was head of the Shin Bet,” Diskin wrote, “I appeared at different Mechinot (pre-military educational programs) in Judea and Samaria and openly said that I thought Jewish terrorism was a cancer on the body of the nation.…A number of employees in the Shin Bet's Jewish division, particularly those among them who wear kippas and lived in settlements, have been the target of harassment, boycotts, and denunciation by radical right-wing activists. One of the current senior employees in the Shin Bet, who is religious and lived in a settlement until recently, was afraid to serve as head of the Shin Bet department in charge of the Jewish division [because of that harassment].”
Diskin pointed to right-wing governments – like the one now headed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – and Zionist Orthodox rabbis as part of the problem of enabling Jewish terror.
"It is also not politically beneficial [to fight Jewish terror] when we have a government based on right-wing parties, and has a right-wing political lobby as well as a rabbinical lobby, which immediately rallies around those who were jailed or detained, and makes enormous efforts to free them.”
Diskin believes the terror and anarchy originating from Jewish West Bank settlements will have to get worse before it might be able to get better.
“The situation will only get worse and become more complicated. My conclusion is that we have to wait for it to be worse in order for it to perhaps get better. Will it be better? It depends only on us, because we have reached this situation without leadership and without a path,” Diskin concluded.