Archive for the ‘Shalom Eisner’ tag
Commander of the IDF’s 36th Division, Brigadier General Tamir Heyman, claimed while lecturing in front of students of a pre-military school in Efrat that Lieutenant Colonel Shalom Eisner made a professional error, not an ethical error, when attacking a Danish activist.
(Hebrew - nrg)
MK Miri Regev (Likud), claimed that the dismissal of deputy commander of the Jordan Valley Brigade, Lieutenant Colonel Shalom Eisner, following an incidence in which he assaulted a Danish activist, was strange. ”A grave injustice is being done here to someone who simply tried to defend the state. This event will cause military commanders to hesitate to conduct their stated missions due to the possibility they will be dismissed”.
(Hebrew - News1)
The military reporter for Channel 10 news, Or Heller, had received death threats following the publication of the recording of a conversation between Lt. Colonel Shalom Eisner and Hagit Rhein, mother of Major Benaya Rhein who was killed during the Second Lebanon War, in which Eisner sharply attacked the IDF Chief of Staff. “In the last few days I’ve received death threats,” said Heller, “I’ve had calls and hang-ups, received emails with assorted wishes that I die in one way or another. They call me a Nazi”. Over the last few days there has been a few publications by, among others, the Latma website and the My Israel movement, who launched a viral internet video against him. At the same time, a petition was initialized, asking to expel Heller from his position.
During a conversation with his fellow synagogue-goers, Lt. Colonel Shalom Eisner recounted that a year ago he had attacked a group of right-wing protesters during a confrontation.
According to Investigative Military Police’s investigation, a few other officers besides Lieutenant Colonel Shalom Eisner – who was filmed hitting a Danish activist in the face using his rifle, unprovoked, during a West Bank protest – acted with unnecessary violence during the protest and damaged protesters’ belongings without any reason.
A new video documents Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner using his rifle to hit at least four protesters, who did not attack him previously. The movie, shot by Palestinian TV, disproves Eisner’s claims that protesters attacked him and broke his fingers.
Rabbi Elyakim Levanon, Chief Rabbi of Samaria, and Rabbi Avihai Ronski, former Chief IDF Rabbi, claim that Lieutenant-Colonel Shalom Eisner should be praised for hitting a Danish pro-Palestinian activist in the face with his rifle in the Jordan Valley. (Ynetnews)
(Hebrew - Walla)
83 reserve soldiers and officers who served under Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner in recent years sent a letter in his support to the IDF Chief of Staff and Minister of Defense. In the letter they asked to show their “support and respect for a moral and ethical commanded” who was filmed hitting a Danish activist in the face using his rifle.
(Hebrew - Ynet)
A Military Police soldier lodged a complaint against Lt. Col. Shalom Eisner – the deputy commander of the IDF’s Jordan Valley Brigade, filmed assaulting a Danish pro-Palestinian activist with his rifle but – claiming the Lt. Col. threatened the soldier he would “break his face” after the soldier stopped him for exceeding the speed limit.
(Hebrew - Nana10)
MK Michael Ben Ari (National Union) praised Lieutenant Colonel Shalom Eisner on his Facebook page, after the latter hit an unarmed left-wing activist in the face with his M16 during a protest against Israeli policies in the Jordan Valley.