- In October 1999, Leah Rabin went public. She appeared
on the IBA Channel One 5 PM news program, A New Evening, and recommended
my book, Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin. "The public should leaf through
this book," she declared. And then she dropped her bombshell; she
supported the reopening of the investigation into her husband's murder.
- A year later she was dead of cancer.
- Of course, I suspected foul play but kept silent on the
matter to negate the response that I see conspiracies everywhere. In the
winter of 2001, I gave a lecture at a home in Petakh Tikveh to a national
religious group. At the conclusion, a gentleman took me aside and informed
me, "I'm an oncologist and I work part of the week at Ichilov Hospital.
I saw that Leah Rabin was given the wrong treatment and she was going to
die unless that changed. I spoke to the department head and he told me
not to butt in."
- I did not publicize this conversation because it wasn't
corroborated. On Sat. March 20, it was. I attended a small gathering of
self-admitted Mapai left-wingers on Perakh Street in East Rishon LeTzion.
The hostess asked if I thought Leah Rabin perished before her time. I recounted
the testimony I had heard in Petakh Tikveh. She blanched and became very
agitated. "My brother is an oncologist at Ichilov and he would not
have attended your Petakh Tikveh lecture. He told me the same thing, that
Leah Rabin was given nothing more than placebos for her condition. She
was murdered by neglect. He also complained and was told to keep his mouth
shut if he knew what was good for him."
- Recently, the Dutch-Israeli journalist and author of
A Trek For Trinnie (Gefen Publishers), Lea Wiesje de Lange made a discovery
about the last days of Yitzhak Rabin, which confirmed my published conclusion
that Rabin had undergone a transformation and would no longer agree to
lead his nation into suicide. That was the primary reason why Shimon Peres
was given the go-ahead by his foreign handlers to violently replace Rabin.
Rabin made the fatal error of returning to Judaism. Lea's letters to me
- "Yesterday I heard from a friend who lives in Jerusalem
some facts I never heard anywhere, not even from you. It is about Yitzchak
Rabin who in his last year became suddenly hungry for Judaism. The man
wanted to know, to learn and went, always after sunset, to a yeshiva to
listen to shi'urim. Rather soon his political friends and comrades found
him out and told him sternly that this was not done, he went too far. Either
he left his monstrous new ways or they would publicize the unspeakable
that their hero, their leader was a Jew after all, instead of a nice Mapainik.
Not long after those happenings Rabin was killed.
- "The rav in question is not one of those Rabbanim
who works in the field of returning Jews to roots but gave Rabin an address
for the desired shi'urim. The address is "Arachim" a well known
institution in Jerusalem. Mossad "Arachim" publish a journal
known all over the Jewish world. Remarkable is that Rabin was found out,
resulting in the wrath of the left turning against him 2 weeks before his
- "You remember what I told you about Rabin and his
sudden craving for Torah? Well I got some more info now. Rabin turned to
the Hama'ayan Yeshivat Hanegev in Netivot, to their Rosh Yeshiva, Rabbi
Yissachar Meier. It was this Rabbi Yisaschar Meier who advised him to go
and study at the Arachim Institution.
- "Arachim was established in Israel in 1979 to provide
an intellectual response to the thirst of a growing secular Israeli public
who were seeking to understand the basic philosophical concepts of Judaism.
Arachim addresses basic issues in Jewish philosophy including Science and
Religion - Is there an internal contradiction? "The authenticity of
the Bible," Practical Mitzvoth- are they relevant in modern society?
and many more."
- And what was Rabin's reaction to his newly discovered
Judaism? He tried first to overturn the worst clauses of the Oslo Accord,
and finally to put a stop to the atrocity altogether. Amnon Lord reports
in Makor Rishon:
- In his last address to the Knesset, one month before
his assassination, the late Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin outlined his concept
of defensible borders for Israel. There were elements that had nothing
to do with security but with Israel's national history, e.g., his insistence
that Jerusalem remain united under Israeli sovereignty. He also spoke of
the need to retain settlement blocs and the Jordan Rift Valley "in
the widest sense of the term." This was Rabin's legacy to the people
- On March 19, 04, Makor Rishon reported: "Shimon
Peres understood after the 1977 elections that he was not electable as
prime minister. Since then his strategy has been to work through proxies.
He manipulated his current leadership of the Labor Party knowing that he
could force Sharon to do his bidding."
- And if Sharon doesn't, he will suffer the same fate as
- Sharon has been ordered to pull out of Gaza and he knows
what will happen to him if he doesn't. Like Rabin, he might be willing
to sacrifice himself for his country, but not his family. Leah Rabin and
her daughter Dahlia demanded that the truth of Yitzhak Rabin's murder be
exposed. Leah Rabin was dead within a year and Dahlia is now afflicted
with the same disease that killed her mother.
- Omri and Gilad Sharon are both fighting corruption charges
that could land them in prison. Omri was video-taped accepting bribes,
adding, "Maybe this will be enough money to get me out of here."
Adir Zik, the courageous journalist who devoted himself to getting to the
Rabin murder truth, also sadly, dying of cancer, has traced the framing
of the Sharon family to the Shabak and the Oslo Mafia.
- At a speech given in Maaleh Shomron on March 24, 04,
Zik revealed his investigation of the Cyril Kern bribe, one of the three
scandals hanging over the Sharon family. To cover up illegal campaign financing,
Omri Sharon with his father's blessing, accepted a loan from a South African
businessman named Cyril Kern. Adir Zik told the gathering:
- "When Yossi Ginosar died two months ago, he left
a billion dollars to his children. You heard me, that's how much he stole
from us. A lot of that money came from the Jericho casino he set up with
Arafat and the Austrian Martin Schlaff. Omri Sharon and Dov Weisglas had
their fingers in the Schlaff's till as well. And guess who else was a partner
of Schlaff's; Cyril Kern. Sharon got his fingers in the Oslo crime syndicate
safe and they got burned."
- For now, Sharon is being kept obedient through legal
threats, but if he does not go ahead with the Gaza pullout, the threats
against him and his family will turn fatal. He does not want to suffer
the fate of Rabin who chose to do the right thing in the end. He will not
defy his masters.
- It will be for others to do that for him. Binyamin Netanyahu's
brother-in-law, and I add, my longtime reader, Hagai Ben Artsi went public
in Yerushalayim Magazine, March 26, 04, advocating a mutiny in the IDF,
resulting in soldiers refusing to obey orders to aid the pullout from Gaza.
- Adir Zik told his audience in Maaleh Shomron that non-violent
resistance is the best solution. The public will not tolerate their army
shooting or beating the nation's leading rabbis.
- Ben Artsi and Zik are both wrong. Foolproof plans are
being formulated to overcome both contingencies.
- The following is the government's plan for the pullout
based on public sources, like deputy defence minister Tzvi Hendel, and
my own sources.
- The army will swoop in completely by surprise and well
before the Gaza residents are ready to defend themselves. Disinformation
is being spread that the pullout is not imminent. One lie being "leaked"
is that Pres. Bush has demanded that Sharon wait until after the American
elections in November to act. In actuality, the pullout could take place,
- No soldier likely to disobey orders will be involved
in the operation. Ideologically consistent soldiers of the left-wing Nahal
Brigade will lead the charge, while foreign troops, reportedly including
some 800 Turks, will fill out the ranks. Ben Artsi's call for mass IDF
disobedience is an illusion. The army high command isn't as dumb as he
- Adir Zik's plan for masses of resisters lead by the most
distinguished rabbis is also not to be. The IDF will block all roads and
entrances to the Gaza villages. No one will get anywhere near the pullout.
The Jewish villagers will be isolated from the rest of the country.
- A convoy of trucks will converge on all the Gaza villages
at once and burly soldiers will clear the houses of their contents one
by one and quickly. The residents will be forcibly herded into one gathering
point, the hotel at Neve Dekalim would serve the purpose, and held physically
until the houses and buildings had been cleared. Then they will be blown
up until nothing remains of the 30 year old Jewish villages. The residents
will then be transported to hotels throughout the country and given $180,000
dollars per family to either buy apartments or rebuild their villages in
- And no soldier will rebel and no civilian will be allowed
anywhere near the villages to protest.
- If the Gaza Jews are serious about saving their homes,
they had better start acting immediately. Their allies have been compromised.
Their communications network, Arutz Sheva, has been reduced to organizing
a wimpy, barely-attended conference in Jerusalem, while Zo Artzeinu and
its once firebrand leader Moshe Feiglin, has been diminished to the status
of Likud Party internal squabblers. The Gazan Jews are all alone. No bugle-calling
cavalry is going to come to their rescue. If they have any chance of saving
their homes, they'll have to take practical steps.
- The pullout will take place without any prior warning,
so the residents will have to establish their own early warning system
based on walkie-talkies since all phone lines will be cut off. When the
rumble of the trucks is heard, all vehicles, buses, trucks, vans and cars
will have to be rushed to every gate and opening, and parked strategically
to complicate the entrance of the military moving vans.
- Similar delays would have to be in place outside Gaza,
especially on the roads leading to the villages until protesters can arrive
en masse. Judging by the crowd of over 200,000 that gathered in Tel Aviv
a few months ago to protest the pullout, that many people could be recruited
to surround the soldiers and block any entrance into the villages. However,
since telecommunications to known organizers will be shut down, those who
wish to join the protest will have to be informed in their homes. It will
require organization at the highest level to build a communications and
transportation network ready for action at a moment's notice, in the middle
of the night. And it will help to have insiders within the IDF to provide
the correct advance information when they see the convoys assembling, keeping
in mind that the operation will likely utilize false starts to wear down
- It will require great attention to detail and motivation
from the Gazan Jews to make the resistance work. However, it's the only
chance they have to protect their homes and Israel's existence.
- From my point of view, I don't think anyone's up to it
- The site at http://www.barrychamish.com passed the magic
10,000 visitors mark after only 3 weeks of stable placement and here are
the sites which this week asked to link to it:
- My tour schedule looks like this:
- April 24-25, Sacramento
- April 26 - Berkeley
- April 28 - Reno
- May 1 -Denver
- May 3-6 - Toronto
- May 9-17 - Miami making a documentary, no lecture dates
- May 18 - Birmingham, AL to record a Christian network
- Write me if you'd like to attend and I'll pass you the
- Of interest. I copied my English language video Who Murdered
Yitzhak Rabin to sell at my lecture venues. It's 2 1/2 hours long and really
impressive. I now have NTSC copies if anyone would like to order before
- When I get back, I'll be putting together a new book.
In the meantime, as usual, you can order my English books, Who Murdered
Yitzhak Rabin, Israel Betrayed, The Last Days Of Israel and Save Israel!
by writing me at firstname.lastname@example.org