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Few international readers would recognize the man in the picture. Major General Uzi Dayan—nephew of the 1973's Minister of Defense Moshe Dayan—was Commander of Sayeret Matkal,* Commander of the Central Command,** Deputy Chief of Staff, and headed the Israeli National Security Council. Impressive, but these were not the reasons for the interview shown in the snapshot.

Those reading Hebrew would be surprised by the texts. The date reads October 7, 1973, the day after the war started. The man appears as "Lieutenant Uzi Dayan, Sayeret Matkal," despite the talk being a recent one.

Uzi Dayan nephew of Moshe

Uzi Dayan nephew of Moshe
Deactivated video from Yediot Ahronot
Ethnic Conflicts Explained by Ethnic Nepotism

On the verge of the 40th anniversary of the 1973 War, Hebrew media is full of war reviews. Documents secret until now are being slowly disclosed. Yesterday, we learned (officially, at least!) that King Hussein was an Israeli agent and that Prime Minister Meir was beyond doubt responsible for the defeat,+ contrary to the claimed by the Agranat Commission that investigated the war.

Major General Nephew Dayan interview appears in a documentary series about the war, published by Yediot Ahronot. During the war, he was a young commando officer who spent most of the time at the "Bor" ("hole" in Hebrew) the IDF General Command War Room++ below the Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv. In his safe underground shelter, the brave commando survived the war and lived to tell how the IDF commanders heard the screams of the dying soldiers along the Golan Heights strongholds line. "You have abandoned us," speaking corpses screamed at the General Command minutes before being killed by the better Syrian Army.

I was unlikely to quote the Major Coward, but then he described the reactions of the IDF top-echelon officers, including assessments that everything was lost; Dayan acknowledged that Israel had lost the war. The Hebrew subtitles show the quote that gave the title to this article. One of the officers referred to the underground War Room as the "Holocaust Basement." The Holocaust had been in Israel, and the IDF and the top political figures were responsible for it.

Yediot Ahronot Yom Kippur War Banner

Yediot Ahronot Yom Kippur War 40 Anniversary Banner

Zyklon B is evil; Agent Orange is goooood!

Israel likes to remind at every opportunity the ethnic discrimination against Jews enforced by the Nazi regime. Hypocritically, it invariably forgets to mention American concentration camps for Japanese, German and Italians who had American citizenship during the same period. Zyklon B is evil; Agent Orange is goooood! Hypocritically, it invariably forgets to mention Israeli similar tactics against the army of African workers keeping Israel running and clean.

In the Racism in Israel section of the website, there is a compilation of the ongoing horror experienced by this hard-working people. Make no mistake, it is not related to citizenship status, Israel's Ministry of Health acknowledged that it forced the illegitimate, brutally savage, nonconsensual sterilization of Ethiopian women who were Israeli citizens. "Black is ugly," Netanyahu says, and Israel applauds.

Police harassment, Jewish-groups attacks, sudden deportations without being given the right of self-defense, Molotov-bottles thrown at their kindergarten and houses; African workers experience holocaust while in Tel Aviv. Israel knows that no Western human rights organization would say anything. Israel achieved a worldwide monopoly on racism.

Holocaust Hits Africa

The ongoing disclosures from the 1973 War are not enough to hide the ugly stains on Israel. Today, September 9, "Drom HaIr" (The South of the City), a political party running in the upcoming municipal elections, decided to attack the African workers living in the poor neighborhoods at Tel Aviv's southern edge.

Shapira Neighborhood Kindergarten after a Molotov Cocktail Attack

Shapira Neighborhood Kindergarten after a Molotov Cocktail Attack
April 27, 2012
Ethnic Conflicts Explained by Ethnic Nepotism

This area, most notoriously the Shapira neighborhood, had become an African enclave. Shapira was bombed with Molotov-bottles thrown by Jewish groups related to Kach, a party defined terrorist by the USA and banned in Israel.$

"The South of the City" published an open letter to the city mayor, requesting him to "make an order" in the African areas during Atonement Day, Yom Kippur, on September 13. Let me quote a few black pearls from their racist letter:

"The situation repeats itself every year. It is insufferable, unacceptable, and cannot be allowed to continue...

"There is consensus in the Israeli society regarding the character of Yom Kippur and the obligation to keep its sanctity.$$ The population of infiltrators and refugees are not aware of this...

"In the southern neighborhoods lives a large population of infiltrators and refugees that naturally is unrelated to Yom Kippur. As far as they are concerned, it is just another free day, in which they can do whatever their spirit wishes without anybody bothering them. Instead of the regular Yom Kippur spirit experienced in the entire country, we suffer noisy music, street barbeques (Yom Kippur is a fasting day), ... right under our windows...

"We won't accept this anymore..."

After this lengthy introduction, they demand from the mayor to use all the means he has to stop the fun. They demanded two specific measures. The first was to be taken in the days preceding the holidays, when municipality workers would explain the African workers how they are expected to behave during Yom Kippur.

The second one was written in the fine-print of racism. The municipality is to use "Sabbath Goys"& during Yom Kippur, when Jews won't work, in order to strictly enforce all relevant laws. In other words, to expel the workers from the country, since the vast majority of them fail to comply with the Israeli law fine print.

The insincerity of the move is even more evident in the words of one of the signers Shefi Paz. She said "I am strictly secular, but my heart is broken every year during Yom Kippur (due to the sight of the celebrating workers)..." Then she describes the "heavy cloud of barbeque smoke" in such a poetic language that she leaves no place to doubt her will to bite a luxurious piece of burnt cow. Come on, Mrs Paz, be serious. If you are strictly secular, then you don't care about Yom Kippur. You just want the Africans out of the Zionist dream.

Prime Minister Meir and Defense Minister Dayan on the Golan Heights just before the 1973 War

Defense Minister Dayan and Prime Minister Meir on the Golan Heights just before the 1973 War

Major Nephew Dayan disclosed this Atonement Day that Israel's top-echelon considers the country the "Holocaust Basement." They were partially correct. Everybody approaching the Zionist entity experiences a Holocaust, be them Palestinians, African workers, Jewish refugees, or even the Jordanian royal family.

General Dayan, I am glad you survived the war hiding in a nuclear shelter; I hope that given enough time you will be able to forget the screams of the dying soldier whom you abandoned. I was glad to read your words, but I cannot agree with them. Israel is not a Holocaust Basement, but the only Holocaust Skyscraper, irradiating misery, racism, hatred, and violence over the entire world. Enjoy your Yom Kippur barbeque, my dear coward.

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* Sayeret Matkal—formally Battalion 262, de facto an administrative brigade—is an elite special forces unit, best known for Operation Thunderbolt in Entebbe. Modeled after the British Army's Special Air Service (SAS), its main function is as a field intelligence-gathering unit, used to obtain intelligence behind enemy lines. Shaldag ("Kingfisher" in Hebrew), a unit appearing twice in The Cross of Bethlehem was initially a specialized company within Sayeret Matkal, which was separated and became an unusual commando unit within the IDF.
Finding errors in reports and reviews of IDF special units is common. Contradictions between different descriptions seem to be the norm and eventually discredit most sources. Oddly enough, many times the reports are correct; their only fault being that they are incomplete. With few exceptions (Kingfisher being the most obvious one), these units rate as battalions. However, beyond the formal definition and their subdivision into platoons, there is no operational similarity between them and regular battalions. Each commando platoon has a specific training, which transforms it into a military expert in that topic. Then, specialties are constructed in a matrix fashion across the army. Every commando unit has a counterterrorism specialized platoon. This makes it easier for the IDF to have at any moment an available specialist on the topic. Moreover, it allows a combination of capabilities that increases maneuverability. In special conditions, such a grid-organization enables it to answer complex situations. Imagine a need to perform a counterterrorism operation atop Mount Hermon, at the ski resort. Sending a commando unit accustomed to work in the desert will cause difficulties. The soldiers would not have proper equipment; they would not know how to behave in the snow. In such a case, a mixed team from Sayeret Matkal Alpinist and its Counterterrorism platoons would be formed and delivered.

** Do not confuse with the IDF General Headquarters in Tel Aviv. The Central Command in Jerusalem is responsible just for the central areas of Israel

+ A never dying topic in Israel is "How did Israel survive the Yom Kippur War?" Many explanations exist and are the government's favorite way to scare people on this day. The Jewish orthodoxy and the Military Rabbinate work hard to convince the people it was Godís finger. I won't expand on the different theories, but will comment on the official (and basically unpublished) IDF one.
Even within the IDF, one can hear many conjectures. After searching for an answer while still a young officer, I found an official paper explaining the event. It had all the marks showing that it was the real thing, including descriptions of the undeniable clumsiness of the Israeli side during the war. Maybe that's why it is still kept away from the public.
In this war, the Egyptian front was less relevant, because the Sinai Desert separated the Egyptian Army from the IDF. It allowed the IDF time to call the reserve. On the Syrian front the situation was different. One can travel from the Sea of Galilee (actually a lake), to Haifa—Israel's main city and industrial complex in the north—in less than an hour. I am factoring in a coffee break along the way; Israel is tiny.
In 1973, by the end of the first day of war, the Syrian army had conquered the Golan Heights and was looking at the Galilee from above. Its pointmen could have reached Haifa in less than two hours, since there were no active IDF units between them and the Mediterranean Sea. Syria had won. Unluckily, the Syrian units involved were no trained for moving or fighting at night. Thus they waited until the next morning. Frantic, Israel recruited the reserve and blocked the Golani Junction with cannon fodder. This saved Israel; yet, the military rabbinate dislikes the explanation. The Finger of God Theory is preferred by them.

++ The Bor is the regular War Room. In case of an emergency, like an attack on Tel Aviv, the alternate War Room is in Wing 2, near Zacharia, southwest of Jerusalem, from where Israel may launch a nuclear attack. See a href="http://www.amazon.com/gp/redirect.html?ie=UTF8&location=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.com%2FCross-Bethlehem-Memoirs-Refugee%2Fdp%2F1439257701%3Fie%3DUTF8%26s%3Dbooks%26qid%3D1268668916%26sr%3D8-1&tag=roto-20&linkCode=ur2&camp=1789&creative=9325" target="blank">The Cross of Bethlehem.

$ USA Denies Visa to Jewish Knesset Member

$$ Following the recent celebration of the Jewish New Year, Israel began very disturbing preparations for Yom Kippur, the Atonement Day.
This is a much more special date than Jewish New Year; after all, Israel recognizes four different New Year's Eves and in fact conducts its civil life as per a fifth one, the Christian one. In 2013, the holiest day in Jewish life will take place on September 13, ten days after New Year.
According to Jewish tradition, God writes each person's fate for the coming year in the Book of Life on New Year's Eve, and then waits until Yom Kippur to seal His verdict. This period is called "Yamim Noraim," the "Frightening Days." This atonement period and the subsequent verdict of God have nothing to do with similar terms in Christianity and Islam. Jews don't want to be absolved by God in order to reach Heaven; they hope for another year on Earth, Hell's Upper Neighborhood.
Yom Kippur in Israel is rightfully placed at the end of the Frightening Days; those seeing it for the first time are invariably scared by the violent military undertone of the event.
Following the surprise Egyptian and Syrian attack on Israel on the eve of Yom Kippur 1973, many changes were made on the way the State of Israel operates during this day. The scariest is the radio's silent mode. All radio stations belonging to the army and state do not work. The same is true for all other media; don't even expect to find new content on the Hebrew internet. Scanning the electromagnetic spectrum, one can hear the usual white noise between stations; however, when reaching the frequency of the State's official stations, the white noise disappears. These stations broadcast silence.
This is so for the case of an emergency; then a system active during the entire year is activated. During a surprise attack, an "open-call" may be broadcast. In such an event, the Minister of Defense will openly call for the reserve army to reach immediately the meeting points. Another option is what is known as "IDF QUIZ." In this case, a two-word code alerts the reservists that a call is being made; the second part for the message includes a simple system specifying which units are being called. A third option is the "quiet call," which relies on the phone system. The last two are used when the government doesn't want to alert its own citizens that a war has begun.

& Sabbath Goy, a term referring to a gentile used by the Jews to perform actions forbidden them. More often than not, this refers to work on Saturdays. The rabbinical interpretation is intrinsically immoral since "thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself" (Leviticus 19:18). Yet, Jews trick Gentiles into sinning in order to save themselves. See God's Clowns: On Jewish Sabbath.

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