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Funerals of Three Young Terror Victims
The three latest young victims - including a bride of three months - of Arab terror were buried Monday morning. Their families will sit shiva for only a few hours because of Sukkot.

 1. Funerals of Three Young Terror Victims
 2. Arabs Kill 3, Wound 5 in Gush; One Wounded Near Eli
 3. Leading Kabbalist Urges Jews to Israel - More Disasters Coming
 4. Indor: Israel's New Toughness Will be Short-Lived
 5. Nineteen Pages of Gov´t-Sponsored Suffering
 6. Pilot-less Ships in Development
 7. Inflation Slows Despite Sharp Rise in Gasoline Prices

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Monday, October 17, 2005
14 Tishrei 5766

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Next report on Wednesday, October 19.

1. Funerals of Three Young Terror Victims
By Hillel Fendel

The three latest young victims - including a bride of three months - of Arab terror were buried Monday morning. Their families will sit shiva for only a few hours because of Sukkot.

Matat Adler, 21, who was married just three months ago, was buried in Mt. Menuchot in Jerusalem, together with her cousin, Kineret Mandel, 23. The joint funeral set out from the community of Carmel, south of Hevron in south-eastern Judea, where the two lived. Kineret was the first girl to be born in Carmel; her parents had just moved to the area after being evicted from the Sinai in favor of the peace agreement with Egypt.

Relatives of the two said they were not only cousins - Kineret's mother and Matat's father are siblings - but also good friends.

The third victim, Oz Ben-Meir (pictured above), a 9th-grade student in the Yeshiva High School in Dimona, was buried in Susia, near his hometown of Maon, adjacent to Carmel. Said to be a leader among his peers, he was an expert in navigating hikes through the mountainous areas near his home.

The three were murdered late Sunday afternoon while standing at a hitch-hiking stand at the Gush Etzion junction, waiting for a ride home. The terrorists arrived in a private car, fired off three magazines' worth of bullets, and sped off towards the south.

The Yesha Rabbis Council released this statement following the murderous attack: "The campaign of murder that began today is greased by the encouragement it received from the expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif. The thought of appeasing the enemy by throwing Jews out of their homes is again shown to be an absolutely erroneous premise. The IDF must respond by waging all-out and unwavering war on the terrorists and those who dispatch them."

Five people were wounded in Sunday's attack, and three of them were still hospitalized in Jerusalem late this morning (Monday). One seriously wounded soldier is in Hadassah Ein Karem, together with another victim in moderate-to-serious condition, and an 18-year-old boy with a leg wound described as moderate is hospitalized in Shaarei Zedek Medical Center.

Following the attack, Defense Minister Sha'ul Mofaz convened a high-level security consultation, and later announced the series of measures decided upon: Palestinian Authority residents will be forbidden to drive in private cars on main roads, and the policy of tightly encircling PA-controlled cities will be implemented again. Arrests will be intensified - IDF forces arrested 18 terrorists last night in the Jenin, Hevron and Ramallah districts - and terrorists will again be targeted in preemptive attacks. Checkpoints that have been removed over the past months as part of the good-will gestures to the Palestinian Authority will be restored, particularly in the Bethlehem-Hevron area. All meetings with PA negotiators have been called off for the time being.

MK Effie Eitam (National Union), a former IDF Galilee Formation Commander, was scornful of the above decisions. "The idea of no private cars is something we recommended three years ago," he said today, "but knowing [the decision-makers], in any event it won't last for more than two weeks, and then they'll start again with the concessions... Every two-bit security expert now says he knew all along that the terrorism would move from Gaza to Judea and Samaria. Of course there's quiet in Gaza; the terrorists are holding us hostage and threatening that if we don't make the same type of concessions in Judea and Samaria, that will be the end of the quiet in Gaza."

Meretz party leader Yossi Beilin scorned the old/new measures from the other angle: "Hamas is now rubbing its hands in glee, as these tough new measures are exactly what it wanted. We have said all along that if the diplomatic process does not continue in Judea and Samaria, the disengagement from Gaza will have been [a waste]."

The split between the army and parts of the public was placed in bold relief once again yesterday at the very site of the attack. IDF Central Commander Maj.-Gen. Ya'ir Naveh arrived on the scene, and was banished in ignominy by several bystanders. They called out, "Get out of here, take off your yarmulke, you expelled Jews from their homes." Naveh, brother of Health Minister Danny Naveh, quickly left.

Following the murderous attack, it was reported that local Jewish residents set fire to an Arab stand between Alon Shvut and Bat Ayin. In another incident, an empty Arab store in the Avraham Avinu neighborhood of Hevron was burnt. No one was hurt in these incidents; the police opened an immediate investigation.

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2.  Arabs Kill 3, Wound 5 in Gush; One Wounded Near Eli
By Scott Shiloh and Baruch Gordon

Terrorists from the PA fired on hitchhikers on Route 60 in Gush Etzion, south of Jerusalem, killing three and wounding five. In a similar attack near Eli, north of Jerusalem, one Jew was wounded.

Two young women and one boy were murdered in the attack in Gush Etzion, as Arabs driving by opened fire at a bus stop used by hitchikers. Another five persons were wounded, among them two seriously, one moderately, and one lightly.

The three dead are: Oz Yisrael Ben Meir, 14, from Moshav Maon; newlywed Matat Rosenfeld Adler, 21, from Carmel; and Kinneret Mandel, 23, from Carmel.

The terrorists stopped their car at the hitchhike stand and waited for more people to amass. No one suspected them. According to an eye-witness, when there were about 15 people, mostly students, standing there, "I saw the terrorist take out his gun and took cover. A split second later, he sprayed bullets and whoever was standing up got hit."

The car fled south to the Arab village of El-Aroub, minutes away. Backpacks were strewn with victims’ blood at the intersection where the attack occurred.

Shaul Goldstein, head of the Gush Etzion Regional Council, told reporters, "A Palestinian passed by in a car, let off a burst of fire, and struck down people standing at the hitchhiking post."

Goldstein told Israel TV that since the Oslo war broke out in September, 2000, many Jews were murdered in the area , but the army gradually gained control of the situation by closing down side Arab-traveled roads adjacent to the main highway. There was a drastic reduction in attacks.

"But then," said Goldstein, "the political echelons propose confidence-building concessions, which are always made by Israelis to the Arabs, and opened the side roads. We begged them to refrain from this measure, and warned that the roads will again be used as escape routes following murders of Jews. Today's murders are the result of this policy."

The Al Aksa Brigades, a terror group associated with the Fatah PLO faction claimed responsibility for the attack. PA chief Mahmoud Abbas is a member of the Fatah party that controls the Palestinian Authority.

Shortly after the attack in Gush Etzion, Arab terrorists driving a Hyundai opened fire on Jewish pedestrians walking on the highway between Eli and Shiloh in Samaria, north of Jerusalem. One person, wounded in his upper leg, was evacuated to the hospital.

Two vehicles were also hit in the Gush Etzion attack. The Arabs, who were driving a Subaru, have not been apprehended.

David Baker, an official from the prime minister's office, accused the Arabs of exploiting "humanitarian gestures," including the removal of roadblocks, which Israel recently made toward the Arab population in Judea and Samaria. The gestures were made ahead of a summit that was supposed to have taken place between PA chief Mahmoud Abbas, and Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

The meeting was called by Abbas when he accused Israel of not making enough significant concessions to the PA.

The IDF removed the roadblocks from roads like Route 60 where both of the attacks took place, despite the warnings of many in the security establishment that after Israel's unilateral withdrawal from Gaza, PA terrorists would intensify their war in Judea and Samaria.

Among Abbas' demands for the summit were for Israel to approve arming the PA with more rifles and armored personnel carriers. Senior IDF officials reportedly were in favor of approving Abbas' demand. Abbas also demanded that IDF troops withdraw from Ramallah and Shechem, opening the way for PA forces to control these Arab-populated cities, much in the same way that the PA controls, Jericho, Bethlehem, and Tulkarem in Judea and Samaria.

Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz recently authorized PA troops in Tulkarem (located on the coastal plain near the suburbs of Tel Aviv), to rearm and openly display their weapons in the streets.

In another gesture recently approved to improve relations with the Palestinian Authority, IDF Chief-of-Staff Lt.Gen. Dan Halutz, ordered the IDF to halt targeting members of the Al Aksa Brigades. Halutz recently told a French newspaper that Israel had halted the attacks because the Brigades, who perpetrated today's murders, had linked up with offical PA forces and were no longer targeting Israelis.

Susie Dym, spokesperson for Mattot Arim, an Israeli grassroots organization working toward peace-for-peace, decried the "predictable pattern of death:"
"Each and every time this road-opening step takes place, the result is a fatal road attack. For example, the terror attack 4 months ago resulting in the death of two teenagers at Bet Haggai, happened under exactly the same circumstances."

"All commanders in the IDF are aware of the fact that opening roads serving Israelis to Arab traffic, will eventually lead to a fatal road attack. When Israeli residents in Judea and Samaria repeatedly raise this point with IDF commanders, the commanders never make any attempt to deny the undeniable."

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3. Leading Kabbalist Urges Jews to Israel - More Disasters Coming
By Baruch Gordon

On Thursday night, Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri said, "Jews must come to the land of Israel to receive our righteous Mashiach (Messiah), who has begun his influence and will reveal himself in the future."

It was during the meal after the 24-hour Yom Kippur fast that several followers approached the 104-year-old leading known Kabbalist Rabbi in Israel. A family member asked him about his remarks last month regarding natural disasters in the world. The Rabbi said that the disasters are directly related to the redemption process, which will culminate in the coming of the Mashiach.

The Rabbi added that in the near future, another wave of natural disasters will strike the world.

Last week before Yom Kippur, Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri's grandson, Rabbi Yosef Kaduri had a private audience with the elder Rabbi, along with an Arutz-7 journalist who is closely linked to Kaduri's court. Rabbi Yosef Kaduri said to his grandfather, "Not many Jews are coming from overseas. Why should they come?" The Kabbalist answered, "Because of impending danger." Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri then added a quote from Deuteronomy 4:15: "Be extremely protective of your lives."

According to Rabbi Yosef Kaduri and the Arutz-7 journalist, the Kabbalist elder referred to a known esoteric concept of a "struggle between the oceans," and said that the large oceans [Haokeanus hagadol] would strike the world. Rabbi Yosef Kaduri said that grandfather's warning includes were Jews of the Americas.

The elder Rabbi Kaduri told the two that on Yom Kippur he would have more things to say.

During the afternoon Mincha prayer on Yom Kippur, the Kabbalist scholar surprised his students and fellow worshippers with secrets relating to the coming of the Mashiach. During the service, Rabbi Kaduri lowered his head and entered a deep mystical concentration which lasted uninterrupted for some 45 minutes. The Rabbi covered his eyes as though reciting the Sh'ma prayer and only his lips were seen moving.

Students who thought the elderly Rabbi was suffering an attack of sort tried to communicate with him, but he did not break his intense concentration for a moment, even to nod.

Only after some 45 minutes, the Rabbi raised his head and looked around the room at the students and worshippers who were gathered at his Nachalat Yitzhak Yeshiva, in the Bucharim neighborhood of Jerusalem. With a broad smile on his face familiar to his students when he has a revelation, he declared, "With the help of G-d, the soul of the Mashiach has attached itself to a person in Israel" [In the original Hebrew: 'Hit'abra bezrat hashem nishmat mashiach b'adam m'yisrael'].

At the conclusion of his short declaration, murmuring was heard among the congregants as the Kabbalists' words were repeated for those who could not hear.

Rabbi Kaduri has spoken repeatedly about the Final Redemption and referred to the calculations of the Vilna Gaon regarding the redemption, which appear in the Gaon's writings and are considered difficult to decipher.

According to the writings of the Vilna Gaon, a sign of the Gog and Magog war is its breaking out on the Jewish holiday of Hoshana Rabba (the 7th day of the Sukkot holiday), just after the conclusion of the 7th or shemittah [agricultural sabbatical] year.

On September 24, 2001, Channel One Israel TV broadcast an item on what Torah and other mystics were saying in the wake of the World Trade Center attack. Speaking from the room adjacent to where Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri receives visitors, Arutz Sheva Hebrew radio showhost Yehoshua Meiri, a close confident of the Kabbalist, explained to the cameras Rabbi Kaduri's understanding of the events based on the calculations of the Vilna Gaon: "On Hashanah Rabba, the actual war of Gog and Magog will commence and will last for some seven years," said Meiri. [ Click here to view the Channel One clip in Hebrew and Rabbi Kaduri's prediction communicated by Meiri at the 1:40 minute mark.]

Precise to the minute, 13 days later on October 7th as the sun was setting and the Jewish holiday of Hoshana Rabba was ushered in, US and British forces began an aerial bombing campaign targeting Taliban forces and Al-Qaida. That year was the Hoshana Rabba just after the shemitta year of 5761.

According to the calculation, a 7-year count from that Hoshana Rabba is the date of a major revelation associated with Mashiach. Those close to Rabbi Kaduri say in his name that the 5th year of this redemption process is now beginning.

They explain that the above-mentioned "attaching" of a righteous soul to a person of Israel makes the recipient a candidate for Mashiach, but not yet the actual Mashiach. This person gets an additional soul which finds expression in the adding of a letter to his name, without changing its pronunciation. The elder Rabbi Kaduri says that the letter added to this person's name is "vav" and the secret of his power is a Star of David hidden in his attire.

Before he reached the age of 13, the young Yitzhak Kaduri studied with the renowned Rabbi Yosef Chaim (the Ben Ish Chai) of Iraq. Rabbi Kaduri tells that the Ben Ish Chai blessed him that he would live to see the revelation of the Mashiach. The Ben Ish Chai passed away, and Rabbi Yitzhak Kaduri immigrated to Israel soon after.

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4. Indor: Israel's New Toughness Will be Short-Lived
By Hillel Fendel

Lt.-Col. (res.) Meir Indor says that Israel's hands are tied by the U.S., and that the military measures it took after Sunday's fatal terrorist attack will end when public opinion is pacified.

Indor, head of the Almagor Terror Victim Association, said that the United States had granted "permission" to implement the measures for "only a short time."

The army and security apparatus are hiding important information from the public, Indor charges. "In the framework of the disengagement plan," he says, "Israel promised the Americans and the PA that it would neutralize three critical elements of its security protection. Israel promised to remove or reduce most of the checkpoints on Judea/Samaria roads, grant permission for private Arab vehicles to travel on the main roads, and retreat from the Arab-populated cities in Judea/Samaria."

"Most of the restrictions that were emplaced on the Palestinians following the wave of terrorism in Judea/Samaria," he says, "and which succeeded in reducing the shooting attacks, have been removed - resulting in an increase in attacks."

Gush Etzion Regional Council head Sha'ul Goldstein echoed Indor's evaluation that the removal of the above security elements led to an increase in terrorism and attacks such as the murder of the three young Israelis on Sunday.

"Israel's promises were made to the Americans in a document that was termed a 'side letter' to the Disengagement Plan," Indor said. "For this reason, unlike the entire plan itself, the letter was not brought up for discussion in the Cabinet or in the Knesset. Most of the ministers and Knesset Members did not know about it, and neither did the media. We in Almagor tried but failed to bring it to public attention."

Indor said that he requested that the Cabinet hold a meeting before the implementation of the disengagement to discuss Israel's promises. "The answer we received," Indor said, "was that it was true that the promises were not approved, but that they would be 'presented to the ministers' - trying to minimize the severity of the promises and the need to discuss them."

"Even now," he said, "the Israeli promises that leave us little room for maneuvering are hidden in various Defense Ministry statements and in the IDF, as if they were just gestures initiated by Israel. Not a word is mentioned about the fact that we obligated ourselves. The new measures that were decided upon will only last for a short period, until Israeli public opinion calms down a little."

" Unfortunately," Indor concluded, "when Israel has to choose between its own military needs and its commitments to the U.S., it chooses the latter - or else reduces its own needs to a minimum."

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5. Nineteen Pages of Gov´t-Sponsored Suffering
By Hillel Fendel

The Land of Israel Legal Forum has submitted its second report to the State Comptroller, entitled, "The Failures in Caring for those Uprooted from Gush Katif and northern Shomron."

The 19-page report details all that went wrong with the government's treatment of the residents after their expulsion. The report paints a "sad picture of faulty treatment of people whose entire world was destroyed," the introduction states.

While the Forum's previous report dealt with the days immediately before and after the disengagement, the current report deals with the weeks afterwards, in which "the residents should already have begun to get on with their lives."

Among the topics discussed in the report are:

• Hotels - their lack of preparedness for extended stays, with basic needs uncared for. Examples: not enough rooms for large families, no access to the kitchen, poor laundry service, small living quarters, and much more.

• The Disengagement Authority did not and does not have solutions for many families' short-term and long-term housing.

• Residents who did not own apartments, as well as unmarried children are not provided with a solution enabling them to continue living with their communities.

• Married yeshiva students: Some 200 of them are no longer receiving stipends, nor compensation, and have no means of support.

• Sorely-needed property being stored in containers is not accessible, and in many cases has sustained heavy damage.

• Education - problems in tuition, travel, scholastic achievements, lack of after-school education, special-ed needs are not met, poor conditions for nurseries and day-care.

• Employment - no temporary solutions, no ability to open many businesses that were closed, teachers receiving partial pay, high travel expenses.

• Agriculture - plots not sufficient or appropriate, large financial losses connected with dismantling of greenhouses.

• Relocating of graves - Inappropriate behavior by the Disengagement Authority, emotional problems caused to loved ones.

• The Disengagement Authority's "Every resident has a solution" public relations campaign was false.

• General inefficiency and lack of consideration on the part of the Disengagement Authority.

• Lack of security for residents living adjacent to Gaza.

The report includes 79 appended documents, including government decisions, receipts for expenses caused by having to stay in hotels, documents related to the residents' requests for communal solutions, legal opinions on various issues, and many more.

The full report can be read, in Hebrew, by clicking here.

Several dozen former Gush Katif residents held a protest not far from the Prime Minister's residence in Jerusalem - near the Plaza Hotel - demanding homes. The homeless citizens held signs reading, "Where is the solution you promised every resident?" and "I want a home." Some participants expressed disappointment at the paltry press coverage of the event.

The latest examples of the ongoing suffering are the case of the former residents of Gadid, most of whom were forced to leave their lodgings in N'vei Ilan in order to make room for guests who reserved places months ago. The Gadid expellees have been moved to a hotel in Tiberias, and are to return a week from now.

In addition, the 50 families of the Shirat HaYam Hotel in Ashkelon still do not have where to go, even though the hotel has been making great efforts to be rid of them. The management abruptly turned off their water and electricity until just minutes before the onset of the Sabbath two weeks ago, and now meals are no longer being provided them.

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6. Pilot-less Ships in Development
By Hillel Fendel

Israel's Navy is now developing a speedboat that can be operated with no one on board.

Yediot Acharonot, Israel's largest daily, reports that the nine-meter-long (30-foot) "Protector" boat is undergoing final tests before being put into action.

The vessel can reach speeds of up to 70 kilometers (43 miles) per hour, and is fitted with a radar system, target-identifying cameras and a light machine-gun.

Israel has long used drones, or pilot-less planes, to seek out - and sometimes attack - wanted terrorists and explosives labs. Boats operating on a similar principle will enable Israel to patrol the seas, especially off Gaza, without endangering its forces.

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7. Inflation Slows Despite Sharp Rise in Gasoline Prices
By Scott Shiloh

Inflation in Israel slowed last month, rising only 0.1% in September. Last month’s modest rise, was preceded by a sharp 1.1% rise in July and a 0.2% rise in August.

Inflation in Israel slowed last month, rising only 0.1% in September. Last month’s modest rise, was preceded by a sharp 1.1% rise in July and a 0.2% rise in August.

Israel has succeeded in keeping its inflation rate relatively low, despite rising costs of fuel and transportation.

Excluding the cost of housing and fruits and vegetables, the inflation rate for September stood at 0%. Holiday shopping pushed fruits and vegetable prices up by 4.4%. The cost of purchasing a home dropped by 0.3%, but the expense of maintaining one rose by 1.2%.

The cost of fuel rose by nearly 5%, but was offset by falling prices in other sectors. The price of clothing and shoes fell by 5.2%, and entertainment and culture by 1.4%. Vacationers spent less for a hotel stay in September, with that cost dropped dramatically by 17.8% (after rising by 14% in August).

Since the start of the year the consumer price index has risen by 1.9%, and annual inflation is expected to reach 2.5% by year’s end, within the government’s target of 1-3%.

The past four months, however, had shown a trend of accelerating inflation, rising at a 4.5% annual rate. In response, the Governor of the Bank of Israel, Stanley Fischer, raised the interest rate last month to 3.75%. Prior to that, the rate had remained at 3.5%, a record low, for eight months.

If the shekel-dollar exchange rate remains stable, September’s lower inflation trend may continue. A 0.3% rise in the CPI is expected for October, to be followed by a 0.1% rise in November.

Fischer will be announcing November’s interest rate on October 24.

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