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  • A Day Will Come

    02/21/2013 4:02:03 PM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 4 replies
    Latma TV ^ | 6/1/13 | Caroline Glick
  • Arabs Attempt to Storm Tree Planting, Jewish Town in Gush Etzion

    01/27/2013 2:37:11 PM PST · by Eleutheria5 · 18 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 27/1/13 | David Lev
    As Israelis in the town of Netzer in Gush Etzion attempted to participate in a tree-planting event organized by Women in Green, a mob of Arab thugs and international anarchists rioted, attempting to physically prevent the tree-planting from taking place. After an extended face-off, with a major riot nearly breaking out, the Arabs and anarchists left the planting site. .....
  • Roadside Campaign for Israeli Sovereignty in Yesha

    06/10/2012 3:25:43 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 1 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 10/6/12
    On Thursday evening, the Women in Green for Israel's tomorrow undertook an operation to put up signs on Highway 60 from the southern Hevron Hills to Elon Moreh, urging the application of Israeli sovereignty over all of Judea and Samaria. A statement released by the group on Sunday said "Women in Green" has long understood that we must pass to initiative rather than trudge through an endless defensive." Women in Green has scheduled its second annual conference on starting Israeli sovereignty in the region for July 12th in Hevron. ...
  • Activists Arrested After Being Attacked By Arabs

    06/15/2011 3:30:26 PM PDT · by Eleutheria5 · 6 replies
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 15/6/11 | Gavriel Queennan
    Women in Green head Nadia Matar was detained Wednesday by Civil Administration oficials after a violent confrontation initiated by Arabs near Netzer. Matar's saga began Tuesday night when Women in Green planted several large olive trees on state-owned land near Netzer on a hill connecting the Jewish communities of Elazer and Alon Shvut to stop Arab encroachment. "Arabs had started planting vines there, squatting on state owned land. Then they started fencing it in and we knew we had to step in. We ordered a huge truck and came in the night. We planted many large olive trees and hooked...
  • Rightist who called Bassi 'Judenrat' stands trial [Free Speech in Israel Only For Arabs & Left]

    06/14/2006 12:39:17 PM PDT · by Alouette · 33 replies · 438+ views
    YNet ^ | June 14, 2006 | Efrat Weiss
    Right-wing activist, currently standing trial for insulting public servant, refuses to apologize for calling Disengagement Authority director 'a Judenrat' Nadia Matar, chairman of the right-wing movement "Women in Green" who is standing trial for calling the outgoing Disengagement Authority Chairman Yonatan Bassi "a Judenrat" refuses to apologize. "We can't be intimidated, we can't be silenced. I don't take back any word I wrote to Yonatan Bassi, on the contrary – only now we're witnessing how much grief this man, along with other expulsion criminals, has caused the Israeli people, especially to our expelled brethren," Matar said. Matar, whose trial opened...

    01/15/2004 10:07:45 AM PST · by adam_az · 11 replies · 274+ views
    IS U.S. AMBASSADOR DANIEL KURTZER A YEHUDON? LETTER FROM RUTH MATAR (WOMEN IN GREEN) JERUSALEM Thursday, January 15, 2004 Dear Friends, In last Sunday's Jerusalem Post, there was a BIG headline: "Mintz regrets 'Jewboy' slur". Adi Mintz is the director-general for the Council of Jewish Communities of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip, who called U.S. Ambassador to Israel, Daniel Kurtzer, a YEHUDON (little Jew-boy). Because of the uproar from the Israeli Left, Mr. Mintz was forced to send a letter of apology to Kurtzer, explaining that he regretted calling him a Yehudon. In an interview with Channel 1 (Israel...
  • Editorial: Happy birthday, Shimon Peres

    09/23/2003 7:00:31 AM PDT · by IsraelBeach · 261+ views
    The Jerusalem Post ^ | September 23, 2003 | Editorial
    Editorial: Happy birthday, Shimon Shimon Peres "Opposition," said William Blake, "is true friendship." We think of that line in the afterglow of Shimon Peres's 80th birthday party, which brought together, among other celebrity mismatches, Moshe Katsav, Bill Clinton, Terje Roed-Larson, and Ariel Sharon for what turned out to be a moving event. If little else, these men share an admiration for Peres in which we join. Outside the Mann Auditorium in Tel Aviv, where the day's formal festivities were held, protesters called for bringing the "Oslo criminals" to justice. No Israeli newspaper has been more steadfast in its opposition to...
  • President Bush vs. The G-d of Israel

    06/08/2003 4:07:35 AM PDT · by Brian Allen · 105 replies · 305+ views
    Women In Green - By eMail ^ | Sunday June 8 2003 | Ruth and Nadia Matar
    Charles Krauthammer, a famous national syndicated columnist, pointed out in a recent article that President Bush, at Sharm-el-Sheikh, put the prestige of the United States presidency on the line for the sake of Arab-Israeli peace. As usual, he got nothing in return from the Arabs. What Krauthammer failed to point out, however, is that by the Bush Administration supporting and pressuring Israel to accept the Road Map, President Bush is defying the Will of the G-d of Israel. In the Book of Joel (Joel 4:2) the Bible speaks very harshly about those who "divided up My land." When President Bush...
  • The Saudi-State Connection

    05/15/2003 12:40:01 PM PDT · by SJackson · 11 replies · 135+ views
    Arutz Sheva ^ | 5-15-03 | Ruth Matar
    This week, we heard the shocking news of the Arab terrorist assault on Americans in a housing complex for Westerners in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. At least 29 people were killed, seven of them Americans, and 194 people were injured. US Secretary of State Colin Powell, who was on his way to Saudi Arabia to consult with the Saudi government about the progress of the Middle East "peace process", said the coordinated strike of the nine attackers had the fingerprints of al-Qaida. The Saudi government also immediately blamed Osama bin Laden´s al-Qaida group. But is the Saudi government blameless in this...
  • Women in Green Hour with Ruth Matar

    05/01/2003 4:30:23 PM PDT · by SJackson · 3 replies · 150+ views
    Women in Green ^ | 5-1-03 | Ruth Matar
    April 30, 2003 Women in Green Hour with Ruth Matar Arutz Sheva English Yesterday Israel observed Holocaust Remembrance Day. Each year on this day, air raid sirens sound throughout the country, marking two minutes of silence. Every Jew in Israel stops whatever they are doing and remembers the six million Jews who died at the hands of the Nazis. The streets are eerily quiet. Everywhere private cars, buses, and trucks stop and their drivers stand in silence next to their vehicles. On this very same Holocaust Remembrance Day, the terrorist and Holocaust denier, Abu Mazen, was confirmed as the...
  • The Next Wave of Terror

    04/29/2003 4:27:53 PM PDT · by SJackson · 10 replies · 401+ views
    Women in Green EMail ^ | 4-25-03 | Naomi Ragen
    I have been biding my time in discussing the whole Abu Mazen, new Palestinian leadership, now let's publish the road-map nonsense.... But today's suicide bombing in Kfar Saba that killed a 23 year-old security guard, and injured 14 by Arafat's Fatah is the last straw. This comes only hours after the so -called Egyptian-engineered "compromise" that supposedly "bent" Arafat to the American will to see a "moderate" take control of the Palestinian government-to-be and has made it impossible for me to ignore this line of propaganda any longer. Abu Mazen wrote a doctorate denying the Holocaust. As Arafat told a...
  • Jane in Jerusalem

    12/23/2002 7:12:26 AM PST · by Sally II · 14 replies · 305+ views
    Jewish World Review ^ | Dec. 23, 2002 | Nadia Matar
    Fonda "visiting" Jane in Jerusalem | On Monday, CNN called me and asked if Women in Green, of which I am a head, was planning to demonstrate against Jane Fonda once she arrived in Jerusalem. I answered we would not give that American traitor the time of day. Later, on my English and Hebrew radio show on the Artuz 7 network, I discussed the CNN call and our position and gave my listeners some background on Fonda --- how the nickname "Hanoi Jane" came about; the story of her betraying the POWs, etc. On Thursday, my mother-in-law, Ruth...