Skip to comments.There are No Prayers in Migron's Synagogue this Shabbat
Posted on 09/09/2012 7:12:14 PM PDT by Former Fetus
The wonderful village of Migron is laid waste.
Is there a next one? Givat Assaf? Amona? Then what?
The police made Migron jüdenrein. The tragic lesson of Gush Katif has proven to be correct. The settlers public has been so traumatized that in Migron it looked impotent and mute. Dozens of heroic families lost their homes and the state retreated from a strategic peak. The surprising thing is that it was all very easy. The Palestinian Arabs could not have done it better.
After Migron, some fear that everything else in Samaria risks going down in a slow process. The new building contradicts that, but it is obvious that the ethnic cleansing of the settlers is the only one that the world applauds.
Only in Israel, Jews expel Jews.
Only in Israel, Jews blow up synagogues.
Why is the transfer of 350.000 Jews from Judea and Samaria realistic and the transfer of Arabs not? Are Jews made of a different material?
Things dont look very promising.
(Excerpt) Read more at israelnationalnews.com ...
Thus says the Lord,
Who gives the sun for a light by day,
The ordinances of the moon and the stars for a light by night,
Who disturbs the sea,
And its waves roar
(The Lord of hosts is His name):
If those ordinances depart
From before Me, says the Lord,
Then the seed of Israel shall also cease
From being a nation before Me forever.
Thus says the Lord:
If heaven above can be measured,
And the foundations of the earth searched out beneath,
I will also cast off all the seed of Israel
For all that they have done, says the Lord.
In other words: Am Israel Chai!
The Israeli government and the IDF are daring the Wrath of G-d at a time when they simply cannot afford it.
What a shame, and how crazy our world has become.
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