Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Gabrielle Goldwater's open letter to Prime Minister Olmert

Gabrielle Goldwater's open letter to Prime Minister Olmert


To Prime Minister
Ehud Olmert

Geneva Switzerland August 14th 2006

Dear Mr. Olmert;

It is with the utmost sadness as a Jew and Holocaust Survivor, that today I have to see that You surrendered our Jewish Homeland Security to an organization which in her deepest core, is anti-Semitic, and the most helpful tool serving Islamo Fascism -
I talk about the UN and it's leader Sec. Gen. Kofi Annan.

Looking back in history my father would turn in his grave knowing that Jews have NOT stood tall - but caved in and threw our souls and blood onto the soil of the enemy and surrendered to the UN

History of the Golani must ring in your ears now strongly Sir ... as you did disappoint so very many as well as your very own Golani brigade that has given their blood - But for what - The UN - to take over Israel's security - which we very well know they failed each single time.

Whereas the UN miserably failed and lied in the past, serving the Hizbullah already then.

The very UN Who undermined Lebanon's Sovereignty ? Undermined Israel's security ?

Sir; Have you forgotten about the Har Dov Kidnapping - United Nations and Israel in the past ?

The Golani brigade was formed on 28 February, 1948 when the Levanoni brigade deployed on Israel's Lebanese border was divided into two smaller brigades.

Have you forgotten history ?

Golani was stationed in the valleys and hills of the Lower Galilee in northern Israel. Their combatants included members of the Haganah, residents of settlements in the areas of combat, and enlisted soldiers from all over the country.

Prior to the Declaration of Independence, the soldiers of the brigade fought in the areas of Mishmar Ha'emek, Tiberias, Migdal, Zemach and Rosh Pinna.

Their mission was to defend the Upper Galilee and the Galilee valleys. They also participated in the victory at Safed in Operation Yiftach. They captured Arab Sejera, and Bet Shean and its environs.

Upon the foundation of the State, Arab armies invaded the country. In the North, this included the Syrian army, the Iraqi army, the Lebanese army, and Kaukji's irregulars.

The Golani brigade was deployed to face this threat then - They stood tall, although it had severely depleted ranks and was short of arms, They were Israel's pride and Israel's security.

The Golani Brigade succeeded in bringing the Syrian columns of armor and infantry to a halt, sometimes through the use of Molotov cocktails and face-­to-­face combat.

Mr. Olmert ... you also will remember; Israel undertook the 1956 Sinai Campaign in response to developments in the international arena. It was the Golani's mission to capture the Rafah area, in order to provide Israeli armored forces with a clear road into Egyptian territory.

From 1965, the brigade was integrated into ongoing anti­terrorist operations including Shune and Kilat in Jordan, and Hilweh in Lebanon.

The 1973 Yom Kippur War, Just before hostilities broke out, Golani troops were sent to man outposts in the northern sector of the Golan Heights.

The Golani brown berets received recognition as an elite force in the 1976 Entebbe Operation.

Golani units participated in the spectacular rescue of Israeli nationals after their plane had been hijacked to Uganda.

This was not a prize for past achievement but simply acceptance that only the best would go on this mission, and Golani were the best.

Mr. Olmert; as you know yourself - I could carry on about the Golani units for ever ......

Sir, You yourself, as a Golani IDF Combat Infantry Unit Officer, you not only disappointed us Jews World-Wide in the Diaspora, You have mainly disappointed Your very own units in not being prepared to be a Leader now.

You have not shown Leadership to your citizens, but you only showed kowtowing to an organization that is trying to defeat Israel on a daily basis - The UN.

Sir You failed your mission to us Jews as a leader.


Gabrielle Goldwater

Switzerland, Geneva
Internet Correspondent and Commentator

http://www.gabriellegoldwater.com/ << under construction
Member of "Funding for Peace Coalition" [FPC]
http://www.eufunding.org/ ]

The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing.
--Albert Einstein

To paraphrase one of the greatest moral insights of the Talmud, those who show mercy to the cruel will be cruel to the merciful.


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