One of the visitors on the Knesset’s Committee discussion that hosted Glen Beck today was a settler named Baruch Marzel. Marzel, seen below meeting Beck, was the secretary of Rabbi Meir Kahane’s Kach movement. After the assassination of Kahane, Marzel, a resident of Hebron, chaired the party. Kach and Kahane Chai (a faction of the party, formed after Kahane’s death) were outlawed in Israel.
Both groups are considered terrorist organizations by Canada, the European Union and the United States. See, for example, item 20 of the State Department’s current list of designated foreign terrorist 0rganizations.
I am sure that Beck, a self appointed expert on terrorism and the new world order, will explain this as part of his field work. Don’t miss Ami Kaufman’s report from the historic event.