MK Ben-Ari said,
"We are here to direct the spotlights of Israel at one of our worst failures in recent years. Instead of taking care of this major land theft and rampant law-breaking, the authorities prefer to hide their head in the sand and ignore what's going on.
Beinish is busy trying to destroy Roi Klein’s house as well as homes in Haresha that were lawfully built and that Defense Minister Ehud Barak refuses to approve!
Here in the Negev there are thousands of illegal outposts and a complete takeover of land, and no one says a word. We want the lights of the law to shine here as well."
Ben-Gvir made the following announcement on the bus traveling to Rahat:
“We are going to Rahat as a tracking team to check the illegal construction in Rahat. Unfortunately, the rule of law in Rahat is in danger. We feel the severity of the ongoing illegal Bedouin construction in the south, and we are coming to tell them that they are not in charge....
Our message is that there must be one law for all.
The government, [Chief Justice] Dorit Beinisch, and the leftists all want to enforce the law in Hevron and Migron – and they are welcome to do so, but we demand that it also be enforced in Rahat, and in Umm el-Fahm, and in all the illegal Bedouin outposts in the Negev – no matter what the Islamic Movement says or does.
We want to see if Dorit Beinisch will come out in her pajamas to issue orders against the Bedouin, or does she do so only against the Jews in Hevron and elsewhere.”
I would say that when a law is selectively enforced, especially with clear political motivations against a particular sector (such as settlers)...
Tisha B'Av evening Wednesday, July 29 - join the Women in Green as they March around the Walls of the Old City of Jerusalem. But first the reading of Eichah will take place in front of the US Consulate on Agron Street at 8:00pm.
Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael טובה הארץ מאד מאד