Yes, we can. And it's happening tomorrow.

Susie Dym,

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צילום: ערוץ 7
Susie Dym
Susie Dym serves as spokesperson for Mattot Arim, with over 20 years of expertise on "peace-for-peace" issues.
An American Friends for Magen David Adom ad I just saw started with the following: YOU CAN’T STOP TERROR ATTACKS.
But actually – you can.
Because waves of terror happen in 4 easy stages:

Stage 1: “Confidence building gestures”, in order to “restart negotiations” with the Palestinians:

        YehudaShomron building freeze,
        opening roadblocks on dangerous roads,
        speeches about “Palestinian state”, and
        freeing terrorists (Oops. Sorry for the typo  – I don’t mean terrorists – I  mean “hunger strikers”).

Stage 2: The Palestinians observe all this.

No, the Palestinians do NOT suddenly decide how great it would be to make peace. That’s not how the Middle East works!
Instead, the Palestinians understand from all this, time and time again, the following very simple message:
ISRAEL IS UNDER PRESSURE AND HER GOVERNMENT IS WEAKENING.

Stage 3: Tail-wind for terrorism – rejuvenation of the various Palestinian terror groups.

Stage 4: Murders. Drive-by-shootings.  Stabbings. Orphans.

Here is the one way you can stop those waves of terror: by  participating, with me, in tomorrow’s rally against terror, right opposite Prime Minister Netanyahu’s house.

Participating personally. In the show of strength of Israel's National Camp and its traditions. To broadcast our time-honored message which says – always:  let’s NOT do stage 1 – and THAT way, we’ll prevent ourselves and our children from ever reaching stage 4.

Show the people of Israel. Show the foreign (and Israeli) media. Show Obama. Show Europe. Show the world. Show your children. Show yourself: 

We will ALWAYS stand up for what’s right. We will ALWAYS stand up for Eretz Yisrael.

Here are the particulars: http://2.inn.co.il/leads/view/962?z=113&b=34920. Tomorrow – Tuesday – 13 October – 7 pm.
Look carefully at my photo above so you can recognize me when we see each other – tomorrow at 7 pm in Jerusalem.
And please, ask others  to come with you. Because if each person persuades even one more neighbor or family member to come – the rally is TWICE as big as it would otherwise be!

Friends of Israel abroad – please forward this to all the Israelis you know and ask them  PLEASE could they represent you personally, at the rally.

National Camp brothers and sisters in Israel – see you there!

This is Susie Dym, spokesperson for Mattot Arim, writing to you from Israel