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Shevat 27, 5770, 2/11/2010
You've read and seen photos about strange crop circles popping up overnight around the world. Here's something stranger. A Star of David is seen below in this photo from a satelite picture above Israel, looking into the Gaza region.
This satelite photo was taken in early January 2009 around the time of Operation Cast Lead, where Israel finally acted against the Hamas terrorists who had been shooting rockets into Israeli population centers for the last 8 years or so. The photo came into the public's eye from the United Nations Goldstone UN Fact Finding Mission report.
The U.N. says that they believe that this apparent 60 meter long Star of David was carved into the ground in the southern part of the Gaza Strip by some type of Israeli army vehicles or tanks. No one knows for sure where the star came from. It could have been Israel, but 'carving' seems to be more of an Arab past time. Here's a photograph of an Arab carving a Star of David into the chest of a dead Arab who was accused of collaborating with Israel.
However, if the Arabs didn't do it, and Israel didn't do it, then maybe.... maybe this is the Middle East version of a crop circle, and the design was left by Aliens, Jewish Aliens. And maybe their message to us and the world, was that, Palestinian Authority or not, Hamas terror government or not, Israeli pull out of the Gaza region or not, this land is Jewish land, and they wanted to remind us of that.
A picture is worth a thousand words!