Egozi’s Fury - Some Annoying Facts…
Sad but true… Some parts of the Israeli government are unaware of the actions of others. Last week, the government announced that a rule separating Palestinian and Israeli passengers in busses in Judea and Samaria will be validated.
As this gets published and the deputy to the Minister of Defense speaks about it in the Knesset, a denial was published.
They simply forgot to tell the poor deputy minister the fact that the weird decision was cancelled.
Without getting into the concept of separation, who publishes this kind of announcement when the foreign minister of the European Union visits Israel. I guess common sense doesn’t come a dime a dozen.
We have so many ministers, and the Iranian situation seems to be losing interest. How many ministers take care of the Iranian threat? The Prime Minister, the Minister of Defense, the Minister of Intelligence, and soon perhaps also the Minister for Strategic Matters. He will be appointed as a compensation prize. This is what happens when you appoint ministers to titles that don’t exist. If it weren’t sad, it was funny.
They gave titles without backgrounds to the ministers. There is no doubt that they will do anything to justify these vacant titles, and mostly talk about it. This doesn’t add to the Israeli efforts to fight the Iranian nuclear plan.
Not only are some of the ministers unqualified to do their jobs, the double titles are bound to cause more damage than it is useful.
How many more run-over attacks should happen until someone figures out it’s time to do something. So far, no one seems to realize it. Palestinians keep driving around Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria using their vehicles as weapons.
It’s true that in most cases the driver is killed on the spot, but in the meantime, people are killed and injured. How hard could it be to figure out that the movement of these vehicles should be prevented? What once was a bomb became a vehicle. Someone must take the initiative and stop it right now, before we have more bloodshed.
I failed to understand the enthusiasm of the media from the new weapon deal with the US. This deal has nothing to do with the Israel-Washington relationship. All it is, is constant provision of more warfare, which dwindled in the IDF storage, especially after Operation Protective Edge.
But the misunderstanding of many, created the impression that a new honeymoon has started between the US and Israel. Curb your enthusiasm. These bombs and missiles are purchased using the security aid fund given by the U.S to Israel. This is a regular deal for complementing inventory, nothing more.