Ethnic cleansing is never conducted publicly. Those committing it never send a letter to the UN's Human Rights Council announcing their intentions. They never contact the press and deliver a formal letter announcing their planned actions, or describing their accomplished goals. They publish neither statistics nor protocols. Simply, any of these actions would send them to jail, or worse. In the little hours, hiding in the dark shadows cast by a sick moon, they commit their crimes. It can’t go on forever; at a certain moment so many persons get involved in the crimes that their secret becomes common knowledge. Even then, obtaining direct evidence is difficult. Yet, their poisoned ideology diffuses downwards into the uneducated masses. Ecstatic, they are unable to shut up, showing the world for the first time an indirect testimony of what is happening under the innocent noses of the UN delegates. On Saturday, January 26, 2013, the Teddy Kollek Stadium in Malha, Jerusalem, was the scene of such an event. "Beitar Pure Forever," read a sign held by fanatic supporters of Beitar Jerusalem, who opposed the hiring of Muslim players by the soccer group.
"Beitar? Malha? Kollek? Is that English?"
Israeli President Shimon Peres was so shocked that on January 29, he delivered a formal statement condemning the event. It was a public relations disaster that couldn't have happened at a more symbolic place. First things first; Beitar is a Revisionist Zionist youth movement founded in 1923 in Latvia, by Vladimir (Ze'ev) Jabotinsky, the main ideologist of modern Likud, the party led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Its name is a forced acronym (one letter was changed in order to create the possessive form of "home" in the name and for the name of the last Jewish fort to fall in the Bar Kokhba revolt in 136AD) of "Brit Yosef Trumpeldor," namely the Alliance of Yosef Trumpeldor. The latter died in the first battle between Zionists and Arabs. Beitar was behind a military organization within the Warsaw Ghetto. The movement became the recruiting organization for the Irgun, the National Military Organization, widely considered a terrorist organization after the bombing of the King David Hotel in Jerusalem on 22 July 22, 1946. The Irgun's anthem was the third and final verse of the Beitar song. Over the years, the importance of the youth movement decreased, and Beitar become better known for its soccer clubs. Most Israeli cities feature Maccabi, HaPoel, and Beitar soccer teams. The first is politically neutral within the Zionist spectrum, the second is historically related to Labor, and the third relates to Likud.
"Two Banks has the Jordan—This is ours and, that is as well"
by Ze'ev Jabotinsky, 1929
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