Skip to comments.Sabbath 'Kiddush' where Arabs Uprooted Trees
Posted on 11/12/2011 3:33:33 PM PST by Eleutheria5
More than 250 Gush Etzion residents marched to a field on the Sabbath, prayed end enjoyed a Kiddush in the same place where Arabs uprooted tree last week. A Kiddush over wine and cakes or cookies is traditionally held before the morning Sabbath meal.
The nationalist Women in Green organization last week reported that the Arabs not only uprooted trees planted by Jews in the field at Netzer, located opposite the city of Efrat in Gush Etzion, but also appeared to have the full support of the United Nations. The international bodys workers were photographed at the field in a friendly meeting with the Palestinian Authority Arabs who had uprooted the trees.
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Remember, folks, it’s a religion of peace!/s
Try using both hands. ;7)
That’s because you are using your thumb! It’s the equivalent of the middle finger here. If you had an over-sized, plastic thumb you could fit over real thumb and used that for hitchhiking you’d probably get yourself killed using it!
Just use your index finger and point to the ground at a 45 degree angle.
Ok. I think I understand your problem. Next time, when facing the vehicle, try extending that special finger and move your arm upwards in the manner of an uppercut boxing punch while simultaneously using your other forearm, wrist and/or hand to meet and halt the raising bicep.
Jews plant trees.
Arabs uproot trees.
It is their natures: one to build, the other to destroy.
Post #6 says it all.
Sounds like a plan. Maybe then they’ll stop.
Oh, no. I’d never use my thumb, just my middle finger. That’s known over here, although the thumb is the flip-off of choice. For everyone else I use my index finger.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Note: this topic is from 11/12/2011. Thanks Eleutheria5.
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