2022 Torture Has No Place in Israel, or Anywhere
Chananya Weissman

November 3, 2022

I was a guest once again on the Glazov Gang and spoke about torture, specifically the horrifying case of Amiram Ben Uliel.  This is an issue that the stooges in our government ignored during the election theatre, which tells you all you need to know.  If there is going to be real justice and real change, the catalyst needs to be us.
The video is available here.  Please watch and share.  You can also read more about the case here and here.
There needs to be an international outcry and extreme pressure to free Amiram Ben Uliel, end torture, and punish everyone involved with this sadism.  If Amiram Ben Uliel were tortured and imprisoned like this by any other country, the Jews would rally to have him freed.  The sham of a Jewish state shouldn't get a free pass.
Shame on everyone who obsesses over the latest round of government musical chairs, who deludes himself that the latest configuration of Erev Rav will bring us to the promised land any more than the previous configurations did, while the state routinely tortures and even murders dissenters with the blessing of the Sodomite courts. 
Seriously, if we spend more time talking about Ben Gvir than Ben Uliel, what good are we?
If we lived in a better world, 100,000 people would march into the prison, politely ask the guards to step aside, and take him home themselves. 
Hundreds of thousands of people drop everything to attend funerals of prominent rabbis.  Why can we organize for the sake of the dead, but not for the sake of the living?  I'm all in favor of showing honor for the Torah and sanctifying Hashem's name, but whether 5000 or 500,000 people show up for a funeral, it doesn't change anything; the rabbi will still be dead.
If the Jewish people mobilized to save Amiram and end these atrocities, it would be more meaningful than attending a thousand funerals.  It would be something for us to really be proud of, and maybe even get Moshiach's attention.
After all, those who strive to redeem others deserve to be redeemed as well.