Uploaded on Feb 6, 2008
Rabbi Wolpo Presents the Frightening Truth about Security in the Holy Land
'Everyone' knows an extremist is someone you do not have to listen to. By labeling Rabbi Sholom Dovber Wolpo an extremist, those who wish to destroy Jewish life in the Biblical homeland are hoping the public will not listen to his message.
In January 2008, Rabbi Wolpo announced that Prime Minister Olmert should be hung! Voices screamed in opposition to the politically incorrect statement. No one dared say Rabbi Wolpo was actually wrong. His logic is simple. His facts are correct. According to the laws of the land, aiding terrorists is an act of treason. Treason carries the death sentence.
Rabbi Wolpo has one agenda. He wants to prevent another Holocaust. There are now approximately six million Jews living in Eretz Yisroel. If the government carries through with its plans, all six million lives will be in grave danger.
Come face to face with Rabbi Wolpo in this video and decide for yourself is his message is valid. In contrast to other prominent personalities, Rabbi Wolpo is an extremist. He is extremely sincere, moral and correct.
Rabbi Wolpo is not interested in bringing Olmert to the gallows. He is interested in seeing the government save Olmert's life by refusing to give funds, weapons and land to enemies who want to destroy Jewish life. By declaring that Olmert deserves the death penalty Rabbi Wolpo is illustrating how bad the situation has become. Like the boy in the fable who announces that the King has no clothes. That boy was not politically correct. But he was correct.
Rabbi Wolpo has many innovative projects that strengthen the campaign to save Jewish lives in Eretz Yisroel. Donations can be made to his organization through his website SOS-Israel.com
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Yehuda and Shomron = Areas of Biblical land which is commonly referred to as the West Bank. Yehuda is to the south of Jerusalem and includes the Biblical city of Hevron. The Shomron is to the north of Jerusalem. Major Jewish population centers can be seen with the naked eye from the hills of the Shomron. Both areas are strategic military locations and have significant relevance to the Jewish people dating back more than two thousand years before Mohammad.
Sderot = A town not far from the former Gush Katif. Since the Disengagement, terrorists have launched rockets non-stop on this town.
Sirena = Siren. There is an early warning system in Sderot that gives people 15 seconds to run to shelter before the next missile lands. The siren is a very frightening sound and can traumatize children and adults in addition to being a warning that danger is imminent. It sometimes happens that people become hysterical and unable to run to shelter at the when they hear the screech of the siren.
Gush Katif = A cluster of prosperous Jewish towns located within Gaza Strip which were evacuated in the summer of 2005 in what was named the Disengagement Plan.
Neve Dekalim = The largest town in Gush Katif.
Tyrah = Usually spelt Torah, Rabbi Wolpo's traditional pronunciation varies from what most English speakers are accustomed to hearing.
Second Lebanon War = During the summer of 2006, Jews living in the northern portion of Eretz Yisroel ran for their lives, leaving the area deserted due to attacks from Lebanon. The Jewish army was ineffective in combating and uprooting the danger.
Kalkila = Although it has a funny sound in English, it is the name of an Arab town near the Green Line.
Kfar Saba = A Jewish town very close to Kalkilya.
Girush = Disengagement. The expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif and the total destruction of all that was there.
Gittin = Divorces. Rabbi Wolpo mentions the sharp rise in divorces amongst the once industrious but now idle families formerly of Gush Katif.
Galil = The northern part of Eretz Yisroel known to English speakers as the Galilee.
Parnosa = Livelihood
Hillul Hashem = Disgracing that which is holy. Rabbi Wolpo says that Rabbis who do not speak up are disgracing what is holy.
Kiddush Hashem = Sanctification through glorifying what is holy. Rabbi Wolpo says that the Rabbis who speak the truth are the ones who are glorifying that which is holy.