Wednesday, August 10, 2005

Are You Brave Enough to Throw Tehilla Cohen from her Home in Kefar Darom, Gush Katif?

Five years ago (Nov. 20, 2000), Muhamad Dahlan planned and executed a horrific terrorist attack against an Israeli school bus, going from Kfar Darom to Atzmona in Gush Katif. As a result, 2 adults were murdered and 9 injured. Among them, the Cohen family from Kfar Darom three little children: Tehilla (8) lost both legs, Orit (11) lost part of her right foot, and Yisrael (7) lost his right leg.

5 Years later, the Sharon Family now wants to use the Israeli Army to forcibly evict this family, and 8000 Jews from their home in Gush Katif - and give their homes to the leadership of...Muhamad Dahlan. Do you have the strength to go to this child's home, and forcibly evict her, her siblings, her parents - so that their homes and land will go to the very terrorists who committed this atrocity?

Is this an order that should and can be obeyed? As a soldier, can you see yourself turning against your fellow Jews, and evicting them, while the enemy rejoices and inherits the land of their victims? And for what? As a "unilateral" eviction, Israel gets absolutely no security guarantees in return.

While you may think the "Disengagement" is a great idea - do YOU have the strength to evict this child from her home?

3 comments:

Cosmic X said...

A supporter of the expulsion plan will be able to purify the sheretz with 49 different reasons, "We're doing this for your own good", etc. Some of these people are totally disconnected from morality. There is no rebuke that will penetrate their hearts of stone!

AMSHINOVER said...

i think these letters might give you something to be pissed about in gush
http://amshinover.blogspot.com/2005/08/agent-orange.html

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Amshi: Saw them earlier today. But this evening at the Kotel was something else. I felt much better, having poured out my heart and crying my eyes out. Sort of like Yom Kippur. We've done all we can - now its up to the Ribono Shel Olam.

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