Disengagement Made Us Safer

Gaza's Greenhouses In Jewish Hands



Gaza's Greenhouses One Year Later



In this picture released by Israeli Defence Forces (IDF), an Israeli soldier stands guard next to a tunnel during an operation near Rafah, southern Gaza strip, October 18, 2006. Israeli troops killed four Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and widened a four-month-old offensive by sending tanks to take up positions around the Rafah border crossing with Egypt. REUTERS/IDF/Handout


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  1. Anonymous21/10/06

    Its because they do not have God's blessing on them.
    Nothing will go right for them ever.
    They are Caananites who live under a curse.

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  2. yes and what was green in their hands once again becomes dirt

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  3. Ashes to ashes, dirt to dirt....

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  4. They're a lot like white-trash rednecks. I'm surpised we don't see pictures of them with camels up on concrete blocks in their front yards. :]

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  5. Without Hashem the land becomes barren, incapable of life. Barren--that sounds like such a biblical word.

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  6. A picture speaks a thousand words.

    In this case, two pictures, two thousand.

    lemon is right.

    ashes to ashes. They reap what they sow.

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  7. Anonymous22/10/06

    sometimes a little orange bracelet isn't enough...i don't know what i hate more...seeing the absolute detruction of gush katiff or how i would feel if the mamzers were enjoying the fruits of the settler's hard work...stay safe

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