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      Kislev 13, 5768, 11/23/2007

      There’s a G-d, and You’re Going To Have To Face Him

      by Tamar Yonah

      "The film that is censored by the media."  I would like you all to watch this 10 minute film.  We must not forget our brothers and sisters who were dragged out of their homes and whose communities were bulldozed down.  Their communities were OUR communities.  They are our sisters and brothers. Now, on the precipice of Annapolis, with our present leadership going to bargain away our land, expel Jews from their homes, and divide our capital, I say: "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To view the film, click HERE. You can also download the video to see the movie in a larger size. Just look for the tab under the small window in RED, and click 'download'.

      To all those who worked to expel Jews from their homes, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who gave away Jewish cities and Jewish property to the terrorists, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who gave the terrorists guns and bullets, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who trained the terrorists in sniping, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who don’t put an immediate stop to the Kassam attacks on our southern cities and towns, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who use our tax money to re-enforce roof tops from kassam rockets instead of going in and ridding us of the terrorists, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who twist words calling murdered people ‘sacrifices for peace’, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who didn’t keep their promise to the Expellees, and have left them without homes, work, or a life, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who let Jonathan Pollard rot in an American prison, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who free convicted terrorists to prop up the popularity of other terrorist leaders, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who forsake our kidnapped soldiers and leave them in the clucthes of our enemies, "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him".

      To all those who shake hands, hug, kiss or embrace our enemies and call them ‘partners for peace’ – shame on you. "There’s a G-d, and you’re going to have to face Him". 

      In the 10 minute film I mentioned above, this song, by Ariel Zilber, is played.  I am giving you the translation in English, but if you can follow the Hebrew, it is so much nicer.


      There’s judgment and there’s a Judge

      There’s judgment and there’s a Judge. 
      There will be a reckoning.
      For those who expelled the Jews from Gaza and Shomron.
      They put themselves out
      For us, to give security
      Now they are going about
      Hurt, without a home.

      There is judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      They will be held responsible.
      A judge, a general, even a  plain soldier
      You will pay for the obsequiousness, foolishness, and arrogance.

      There is a judge, justice will be done
      There’s no mistake about it.

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      My brothers don’t lose hope.
      All the youth of the Gush gathered in Amona
      They didn’t think of running from the trooper on the horse
      Then I realized that the youth are determined.

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      Ask anyone on the street, where is the father and where is his son,
      Think about it.
      Our sages have stated, and it is written in our holy books
      There is mercy only for one who regrets his sin and doesn’t repeat it.

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      Listen soldiers and policemen, and anyone who wishes to give land to the enemy
      The land of Israel (Eretz Yisrael) is not mine and not yours
      It belongs to the Creator of Heaven and Earth, and He rejoices in the Land.

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      There is one that warned us all.
      The same prophet who has lit up our lives for years and years.
      He stated that he will personally fight, collect the fee (price),
      From anyone who talks to the enemy about giving up one grain of sand.

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      There are plenty of examples.
      Arik, Omri, Tzachi, Basie, Katzav and Chalutz
      There are more people on the list, they still have a choice
      If they stop mocking Eretz Yisrael.

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)
      Two years have passed since then, the son indicted, the father worthless
      There is One who doesn’t forget,
      and He does not forgive those that destroyed the blooming region

      There is Judgment and there is a Judge. (Yesh Din, v’Yesh Dayan)