There is a story that in the USSR, there was a Jew who wanted to properly celebrate Sukkot. So the Jew went and built a Sukkah on his porch. The neighbors complained. And the man didn't want to get thrown in jail for practicing Judaism, so he told the judge he built an extension to his apartment. The judge gave him 8 days to take it down.
This Sukkot tens of thousands of Jewish families have decided they will be building illegal outposts all over Judea and Samaria.
Jews all over the country have decided to help and will be selling modular illegal outposts on every street corner to help their Settler brothers maintain our hold on Eretz Yisrael.
But unlike in the USSR story, many of these Sukkot/outposts are not going to be taken down after 8 days (at least that is the plan).
This campaign has already begun, and soon, all over the world, everyone will see Jews sitting in solidarity with their embattled brethren in Eretz Yisrael.
Think about it, where ever you are in the world, when you build and sit in your Sukkah this Sukkot, remember that you are showing solidarity with the tens of thousands of Jewish families in Judea and Samaria who are building and sitting in (Obama defined "illegal") outposts, homes, towns, and cities in Eretz Yisrael - and you will be showing everyone your support for us.
Imagine that, fulfilling a mitzvah and publicly protesting against Obama's statements - all at the same time.
Chag Sameach and thank you!
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