Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Nails And Oil On The Highway? I Smell The Shabak

Jpost reports:
Right-wing opponents of the disengagement launched their day of massive roadblocks Wednesday morning by pouring oil and scattering nails and spikes on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem road near Kfar Chabad.
Ha'aretz headlines:
Pullout foes throw oil and nails on TA-J'lem highway
Ynet also thinks they know who the culprit is:
Anti-pullout activists pour oil, place spikes on Highway 1
Isn't it funny how all of these news outlets know who did this incredibly stupid and dangerous act? I must admit: I do not know who did this. At this point in time the journalists do not know who did this either, but this did not prevent them from publishing their assumptions as fact. If you ask me, this really does smell like a provocation of Israel's General Security Service (GSS), known by its Hebrew acronym as the Shabak. The memories of Avishai Raviv's escapades during the 1990s are still fresh in my mind. This act seems to be in his style: Do something that even the right wing condemns and blame it on the right wing. Only time will tell if I am correct.

Update: Road-Blocking Organizers: Beware of Gov´t Provocateurs


yingele said...

I feel it in my fingers, I feel it in my toes. And yes - I'm talking about 'champagne'...

Anonymous said...

I hope you're right.Because that is sakonat nefashot.
Keep up the great posts.

Menachem said...

i don't know... they blame so much on shabak these days. i'll admit it's a possibility, but i think the likeliest explanation is that some hotheaded 14 year old kid from tekoa did it.

Cosmic X said...


Why Tekoa? Maybe he's from Givat Shmuel!

yaak said...

Rabbi Melamed agrees

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