True Face of the evil "Peace Now"

Ben Packer,

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Ben Packer
Originally from Petersburg, Virginia, Ben Packer moved to Israel in 1999, where he served in the IDF's Givati Brigade in the Gaza Strip. Ben served as a Rabbi on campus at Univ. of North Carolina and at Duke Univ. Ben now serves as Director of the Jerusalem Heritage House (www.heritagehouse.org.il) and Co-Director of Young Jewish Conservatives (www.youngjewishconservatives.org). He lives in the Old City of Jerusalem with his wife and 6 children....

As was reported earlier on Arutz Sheva (here), the "leader of "Peace Now", Yariv Oppenheimer, is upset that terrorists are being killed in the act of committing terror. In a way, this is wonderful news. As the awful Jew that he is, he's taking off his mask just in time for Purim. While claiming to seek "peace" and to stick up for the "so oppressed palestinians", really this is not the point at all. THIS IS AN ANTI-JEWISH ORGANIZATION! 

I don't feel I need to go into all the known facts, like terrorists sometimes continue to strike after being shot and sometimes have explosive materials on them. This is obvious to anyone - except those seeking and supporting the death of Jews. 

Peace Now has made it clear: its not the "occupation" or "oppression" that bothers them, its proud Jews. Its Jews living securely on our Land. 

However, this reincarnation of the "erev rav" will not be successful in this generation. We will not be building a golden calf, we will be aggresively strengthening the Jewish Presence in our ancestral homeland. We will continue to defend our families and countrymen against any and all threats. And we will use deadly force when its called for. Terrorists should always be met with deadly force. This is obvious to all and even to "Peace Now" and their fellow anti-semites everywhere. But some folks have other agendas and our well-being is the antithesis of them! 

Years ago when I was a Rabbi on Campus in North Carolina, one of the students who had frequented our events and we were friendly with took an internship with "Peace Now". As a result, we cutoff all contact with her. Some of her friends begged us to reconsider. The enemies of the Jewish People are to be engaged, not befriended. I've never felt badly about that decision and, if its possible, I feel even less badly today. 

Ben Packer

Old City, Jerusalem