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30 October, 2011, 3 Cheshvan 5712
1. Terror victims opposing Shalit deal: Interview with the Roths.
2. Cell Phones Do Cause Brain Tumors.
3. Shalit deal wrong move.


Members of the Fogel Family from Itamar; Murdered (March 11, 2011) by Arab Terrorists for being Jewish .

May the God of Israel Avenge Them.



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1. Terror victims opposing Shalit deal: Interview with the Roths.

25-Oct-11: "This is a stunning victory for Hamas" [Video]

Posted: 25 Oct 2011 07:28 AM PDT
Jordana Miller of Jewish News One, a new global non-profit international news network that was launched on 21 September 2011, interviewed the Roths in their Jerusalem home a day before the Gilad-Shalit-for-terrorists hand-over of hundreds of convicted murderers.

The video clip below is one of the few that we have seen that gave us the opportunity to deliver more than the briefest of sound-bites to a video audience. Click to view the interview which is currently hosted on the YouTube site.
The petition mentioned in the interview - to have the name of our daughter's murderer removed from the list of terrorists to be freed - is here. We failed in our effort, and that murderer was released from her Israeli prison cell last week. She is currently living in "exile" in Jordan (where she was born and where an unknown number of members of her family live) where she is being feted and honored as a hero and as a figure worthy of emulation, especially by children and women.

2. Cell Phones Do Cause Brain Tumors
Magda Havas, PhD
Trent University

Brit-Am Note:
The article linked below was forwarded to us by a leading doctor in Jerusalem who works in a contiguous field.
It is worth paying attention to it.

3. Shalit deal wrong move,7340,L-4134381,00.html
Op-ed: We must adhere to Jewish rule, not redeem captives for more than their value
Yitzhak Tessler
Published: 10.11.11, 23:21 / Israel Opinion
At this time we can and must declare decisively that a significant part of the religion public, just like the rabbis, objects to the Shalit deal (there are other objectors as well.) There are religious reasons for it, as well as ideological and practical grounds.

Benjamin Netanyahu and the entire government of Israel must clearly declare: We are aware that former Mossad Chief Meir Dagan admitted that the terrorists released in the Elhanan Tenenbaum deal caused the death of 231 Israelis, and we are willing to take the risk of hundreds of additional Israeli fatalities in exchange for Gilad Shalit's release, among other things as result of media and popular pressure.

Seek military solutions

The objection has a religious dimension: Rabbi Meir Ben Baruch, known as the 'Maharam from Rotenberg,' lived in Germany in the 13th Century. When he attempted to move to the Land of Israel, he was detained by authorities, yet surprisingly he ordered the Jewish community not to secure his release, given the inflated ransom demands. As result, he died in captivity, not before mentioning the rule articulated by our sages: Do not redeem captives for more than their value.

That is, the Jewish and humane desire to save a prisoner must take into account future deals, which may be much pricier. Hence, the expression ?we must pay any price? is simply unthinkable.

We are now dealing with a terrible, fateful moment where government members must internalize the rule articulated by 'Baal HaTanya,' Shneur Zalman of Liadi, the mind rules the heart.

That is, on this sensitive and painful issue, the mind should overcome emotion, and we must therefore reject the Shalit deal.


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