"Giuliani time" in Israel?

The following item was featured in JTA on June 7:

Rudy to the rescue?
Rudolph Giuliani offered to help Israel fight crime.

"I am prepared to help you but it would have to be done on a clandestine basis, not publicly and not through a newspaper," the former New York City mayor said Tuesday when asked by Yediot Achronot about recent calls by Israeli authorities to emulate his law-enforcement policies, which curbed crime in New York City. Giuliani noted that during his time as mayor, New York had 55 police officers for every 10,000 citizens, more than twice the figure in Israel.

Asked about plans by Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to boost Israel's police force, Giuliani stressed that it's important for new personnel to undergo adequate training, but speculated that mandatory military service in Israel would help.

"One supposes that training someone who was in the military would be quicker and better," he told the newspaper

Meanwhile, according to the Jerusalem Post, the thuggish Israeli Border Police are being shifted away from fighting "terror" to fighting crime in Israeli inner cities, a clear acknowledgement that Palestinian violent resistance is significantly reduced.

That's pretty funny

From WW4 REPORT #91:

Among the forgotten ugly incidents in Giulaini's past was the 1986 arrest of Simon Berger, a Jewish Long Island lock manufacturer and Nazi concentration camp survivor, by Rudy's staff as US Attorney for Manhattan. As Berger, a mail fraud suspect, was being held at Giulaini's offices at the New York City federal building, some of Rudy's agents seated him facing a blackboard, Berger later told investigators. Written on the blackboard, Berger said, were the German words "ARBEIT MACHT FREI," the slogan which adorned the entrance to the Auschwitz death camp. Berger wa