von H.-P. Schröder
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Wir sorgen für Uns.
Jedem das Seine.
Ignorieren geht über studieren
Nehmt dem Feind seine einzigen Machtmittel, Verwirrung und Täuschung und er ist besiegt. Für immer. Der Feind zieht sein Eigenscheinleben, seine Energie aus Ismen-Täuschungen. Darin ist er ein kleiner Meister. Kein Wunder, ohne Täuschung würde er sich auflösen. Der Götze wäre ohne unseren Glauben hilflos.
Die Bereitwilligkeit zum Entgegenkommen, in der Absicht, den Feind dadurch leichter oder wahrscheinlicher überzeugen, „bekehren“, überwinden zu können, führt zur Verwirrung über Richtung und Ziel auf der eigenen Seite, zu doppelten, dreifachen Um-Wegstrecken, und schlußendlich in die Resignation, in die Zersplitterung und zu abgelaufenen Schuhsohlen, zur Abnutzung auf Seiten der AfD, während der Feind von seinem Lotterbett aus, gemütlich irgendwelche Sticheleien verbreitet und abwartet. Ich dachte, ihr seid angetreten und wurdet erwählt, ihn hinauszuwerfen?
Die Guten dürfen niemals die Sprache der Bösen anwenden. Mit dem Feind kann es keine Kompromisse geben. Wer auf den Feind eingeht, gar mit ihm zusammen arbeitet, und sei der Zweck scheinbar noch so edel und gerechtfertigt, wird zum Feind.
The number oft that beast
Präsident Menachem Begin und das Deir Yassin massacre
“The attack on Deir Yassin took place after the United Nations proposed on November 29, 1947 (UN Resolution 181) that Palestine be divided into an Arab state and a Jewish one. Jerusalem was to belong to neither state, but was to be administered separately; Deir Yassin lay within the boundaries of the proposed plan for Jerusalem. The Arabs rejected the proposal, and civil war broke out. ….
The Jewish forces that entered Deir Yassin belonged in the main to two extremist, underground, paramilitary groups, the Irgun (Etzel) (National Military Organization) and the Lehi (Fighters for the Freedom of Israel), also known as the Stern Gang, both aligned with the right-wing revisionist Zionist movement. Formed in 1931, Irgun was a militant group that broke away from the mainstream Jewish militia, the Haganah. During the 1936–39 Arab revolt in Palestine, in which Palestinian Arabs rose up against the British mandate authorities in protest at mass Jewish immigration into the country, Irgun’s tactics had included bus and marketplace bombings, condemned by both the British and the Jewish Agency. Lehi, an Irgun splinter group, was formed in 1940 following Irgun’s decision to declare a truce with the British during World War II. Lehi subsequently carried out a series of assassinations designed to force the British out of Palestine. In April 1948, it was estimated that the Irgun had 300 fighters in Jerusalem, and Lehi around 100.
The Palmach, the strike force of the Haganah—whose leadership was aligned with the political left (see Mapai)—also took part, though to a lesser extent. Morris writes that two Palmach squads evacuated the wounded, and helped invade and secure some of the villagers‘ houses. When the Irgun and Lehi fighters ran low on ammunition, they obtained thousands of rounds from the Haganah. Haganah squads also provided covering fire, and fired on villagers fleeing south towards Ayn Karim…
According to the Haganah, the attack force consisted of about 120 men—80 from the Irgun and 40 from Lehi. They met for briefings on April 8, a few hours before the attack began. … The fighting was over by about 11:00 am. Jacques de Reynier, head of the International Committee of the Red Cross delegation in Palestine, visited Deir Yassin on April 11, 1948, and observed „a total of more than 200 dead, men, women, and children“. Mordechai Ranaan, Irgun’s district commander in Jerusalem, gave a news conference at Givat Shaul at which he claimed 240 were killed. This story was repeated by the BBC and the Hebrew news services. The New York Times, April 13, 1948, reported that 254 Arabs were killed at Deir Yassin. Sharif Kan’ana of Bir Zeit University interviewed survivors and published figures in 1988: 107 villagers had died, 11 of them armed, with 12 wounded. An Irgun fighter testified years later that Irgun and Lehi men had killed 80 prisoners after the fighting was over. Gelber writes that the figure is inflated and has not been corroborated. Kan’ana writes that 25 villagers were executed and thrown into the quarry after the battle, which Gelber regards as accurate.[4….Morris writes that the Irgun and Lehi troops began pillaging the houses and corpses, stealing money and jewelery from the survivors, and burning corpses. Many of the eyewitness accounts come from Haganah officers. Eliahu Arbel, Operations Officer B of the Haganah’s Etzioni Brigade, arrived at the scene on April 10. „I have seen a great deal of war,“ he said years later, „but I never saw a sight like Deir Yassin.“ Morris writes that the most detailed report comes from Meir Pa’il, a Palmach intelligence officer who said he visited the village on April 9 to observe the operation on behalf of the Haganah:
The dissidents [Irgun and Lehi] were going about the village robbing and stealing everything: Chickens, radio sets, sugar, money, gold and more … Each dissident walked about the village dirty with blood and proud of the number of persons he had killed. Their lack of education and intelligence as compared to our soldiers [i.e., the Haganah] was apparent… In one of the houses at the centre of the village were assembled some 200 women and small children. The women sat quietly and didn’t utter a word. When I arrived, the „commander“ explained that they intended to kill all of them. [But] in the evening I heard that the women and children had been transported and released in Musrara.…. Then the Lehi and Irgun gathered about 250 people, most of them women, children and elderly people in a school house. Later the building became a „Beit Habad“—“Habad House“. They were debating what to do with them. There was a great deal of yelling. The dissidents were yelling „Let’s blow up the schoolhouse with everyone in it“ and the Givat Shaul people were yelling „thieves and murderers—don’t do it“ and so on. Finally they put the prisoners from the schoolhouse on four trucks and drove them to the Arab quarter of Jerusalem near the Damascus gate. I left after the fourth truck went out.
It was Friday afternoon. It must have been about 4:00–5:00 P.M because the religious people had begun leaving to prepare for the Sabbath.[….. Morris writes that the Irgun and Lehi troops loaded some survivors, including women and children, onto trucks, and drove them through the streets of West Jerusalem, where they were jeered, spat at, and stoned.[22…. On the evening of April 9, the fighters invited American journalists to a house in Givat Shaul, where they served tea and cookies while explaining the attacks. A spokesman said he regretted the casualties among the women and children, but they were inevitable because every house had to be reduced by force. Ten houses had been blown up entirely, he said, though Yoav Gelber writes that this is untrue; he says the Irgun and Lehi forces had not been carrying explosives. Other houses had their doors blown off and hand grenades thrown inside. Morris writes that the killing continued after April 9. Several residents who had either hidden or pretended to have died were apparently killed by Lehi men on April 10 or 11. …
The main source of the rape allegations was Assistant Inspector-General Richard Catling of the British Palestine Police Force. He wrote one or more reports based on interviews he conducted in Silwan with some of the Deir Yassin women:
On 14th April at 10 a.m. I visited Silwan village accompanied by a doctor and a nurse from the Government Hospital in Jerusalem and a member of the Arab Women’s Union. We visited many houses in this village in which approximately some two to three hundred people from Deir Yassin village are housed. I interviewed many of the women folk in order to glean some information on any atrocities committed in Deir Yassin but the majority of those women are very shy and reluctant to relate their experiences especially in matters concerning sexual assault and they need great coaxing before they will divulge any information. The recording of statements is hampered also by the hysterical state of the women who often break down many times whilst the statement is being recorded. There is, however, no doubt that many sexual atrocities were committed by the attacking Jews. Many young schoolgirls were raped and later slaughtered. Old women were also molested. One story is current concerning a case in which a young girl was literally torn in two. Many infants were also butchered and killed. I also saw one old woman who gave her age as one hundred and four who had been severely beaten about the head with rifle butts. Women had bracelets torn from their arms and rings from their fingers and parts of some of the women’s ears were severed in order to remove earrings. … “
New York Times, vom 11. April 1948, auf derselben Seite, auf der in dürren Worten das Sternbande-Massaker an den Arabern erwähnt wird, erscheint das Folgende:
„Vierzehn deutsche SS-Offiziere, die an der Ostfront Vergeltungsaktionen durchführten („Vernichtungstrupps“ befehligten) wurden zum Tod durch Erhängen verurteilt. (zum schändlichen Tod durch Erhängen!) Der Hauptankläger bezeichnete das Urteil als einen Meilenstein im Kampf gegen Rassismus und Gewalt.“