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Adar Bet 29, 5768, 4/5/2008
Well, I received a SECOND letter in the mail from the left wing Bayit Ehad (One Home) people asking me to fill out forms that I would be willing to sell out and leave my home. Bayit Ehad is reported as being pushed by certain left wing knesset members who want to give up our land to the Arabs. They send their letters to Jews living beyond the 'security fence' in Judea & Samaria, not to the Arabs. Apparently they don’t want to even consider a plan for Arab emigration, only the Jews need to be ethnically cleansed from our biblical homeland.
Our forefathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob never walked down the streets of Tel Aviv. The city didn’t exist until the last century. However, they did walk the roads in Judea & Samaria. In fact, Bet El could boast a sign saying that “Jacob slept here”. People living in YESHA (Judea & Samaria) are not living in ‘settlements’. We are living in ‘RE-settlements’. We are back here after years of the land being neglected. Once beautiful towns and agricultural fields have turned to weeds and rocky, uninhabital terrain since the Jews were taken out in Exile. But now we have been brought back and have re-established Jewish life where we lived so many years before. Hostile terrain is gone, and new homes have been built. Children are again playing in the streets, laughter and gaiety is heard from their mothers standing and talking to one another. Schools and libraries and general life has returned to where our ancestors once lived and thrived. ...But I digress.
Sorry folks, I just can’t stop laughing.
Wouldn’t that be great seeing their offices flooded with envelopes they paid postage for, and in them were X-ed out forms?
I can’t wait to send mine back to them! ... and they were hoping I would sell out.