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The Hilltop Youth

This poem was penned by Meir Ettinger in Hebrew, translated and posted to Arutz7 on 17 May, 2016. For a true appreciation of the ikar, if one can, one should try to read it in Ivrit. You know it’s not … Continue reading

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The Credo of the Hilltop Youth

The following is an OpEd that appeared in Arutz7 ¬†on 29 May 2015 The credo of the “hilltop youth” is expressed in this article whose subject is the undercover police operation at Kochav Hashachar and the story of Elad Selah, … Continue reading

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More are With Us than with Them: Meir Ettinger opens a blog

The following is a translation of Meir Ettinger’s opening blog post. It was published on 20-3-2015 It Looks like There Are Not So Many of Us but in Truth, More are With Us than with them After receiving administrative orders, … Continue reading

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Meir Ettinger’s Words to the Court: In the end you will repent

The following are the words of Meir Ettinger said during his hearing on Sep. 10th, 2015. This hearing was the third and final hearing that the court will hear before officially approving his administrative detention. It is important to note … Continue reading

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