Amona related thoughts...
'Don't use horses for evacuation'
Tnu Lahayot Lihyot - Israel's main animal rights groups - protested against the use of horses in Amona's evacuation on Wednesday.
According to the organization, the horses that were recruited for the evacuation found themselves in a battlefield, susceptible to rocks being hurled at security forces by "dozens of law-violating settlers."
The group called upon Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz and Chief of General Staff Lt.-Gen. Dan Halutz to... refrain from using them for purposes that effectively place their lives in danger. Tnu Lahayot Lihyot suggested alternatives such as jeeps or motorcycles, such that no animals would be endangered.
2) In the State of Israel, an Israeli Arab Member of Knesset who has called for the destruction of Israel as a Jewish State has more rights than Jewish members of Knesset who are beaten by police for defending the right of the Jewish People to a Jewish State throughout the Land of Israel.
3) In the State of Israel, while the government and security forces are busy enforcing the "rule of law" in Amona, Qassam rockets continue to rain down upon Israel, this time, landing in the Ashkelon industrial zone (as well as in Sderot).
While the government of the State of Israel willfully neglects to fulfill its basic responsibility to the citizens of the State of Israel - namely to ensure their security - by ending the Qassam rocket threat against the Jewish State once and for all, they manage to find the resources and manpower (over 7,000 members of the security forces at Amona) to wage war against the "Jewish Hamas" - the term used by an aide to acting Prime Minister Olmert, referring to Jews who still believe in the right of the Jewish People to a Jewish State throughout the Land of Israel.
4) In the State of Israel there are tens of thousands of illegal Arab housing units throughout the country (with 10,000 illegal housing units alone in Jerusalem) that while being in direct contravention of the "rule of law" the government of the State of Israel chooses to ignore.
At the same time, the government of the State of Israel sends 7,000 members of its security forces to destroy 9 Jewish homes at Amona, and thousands more to expel Jews from their legally owned property in the ancient Jewish city of Hebron.
The logical conclusion to be drawn from these actions is that the main priority of Israel's security services, in the eyes of the current government of the State of Israel, is to act without restraint against any Jews (and Jewish communities) who still believe in the right of the Jewish People to a Jewish State throughout the Land of Israel (while turning a blind eye to the actions of those who seek to destroy the Jewish State of Israel - both from within and without).
In a word: Frightening.