Tonight I stumbled upon a demonstration in support of Immanuel Yedidya (Ami) Meshulam, now in Canada for medical treatment for undetermined illnesses, allegedly from a lethal drugs injected into him by agents of the persecutory Israeli government. I know, I know. But read on, just a bit more.
Ami Meshulam is the son of Rabbi Uzi Azulai Meshulam who is best known for raising awareness, and pursuing justice for the Yemenite children, kidnapped during the early years of the State of Israel.
This case has both disturbed and fascinated me for years. It disturbs me not only that Yemenite children were kidnapped from the families, but also because there has no real response from the government, save for the persecution of those in pursuit of the truth.
The Rosh Yeshivah of the yeshiva high school where I last taught is one of the non-kidnapped victims. He has a brother out there, possible still alive, who was taken from his parents over 50 years ago.
I have been fascinated by the thoughts of seeing families reunited someday.
Rabbi Uzi Meshulam claims to have compiled a list of 4,500 names of missing children.
You can read the background story in English. It is like something out of a film about CIA cover-ups. Only this one features the Mossad and Shabba”k (Israeli secret police). It also features a Waco style stand-off, known as the Yehud Incident.
But, that’s not even the half of it.
I have heard various names thrown around of big rabbis and [sitting] government officials who he claims were involved in the kidnappings and subsequent cover-up, as well as big name rabbis who turned him over. In the words of the man with whom I spoke at the demonstration, “…the Erev Rav.”
I have yet to find any of those names on his supporters’ website. Yet there is a lot of material out there, including videos, to be examined.
This is not the only case of non-Ashkenazi children allegedly being abused by the Israel government. The documentary “The Ringworm Children” exposes the radioactivity experiments which were carried out on children of mostly North African descent.
Some of you will scoff at the incidents presented here, and called them convoluted conspiracy theories.
One of the fliers that was being handed out included a quote from Mori Hayim Sinwani ztz”l, Rav Uzi’s grandfather and rav who originally instructed him to look into the issue of the kidnapped children:
Sounds like prophecy to me. Examine the evidence. Something is rotten in Israel.