Wherever I may be, my blog turns toward Eretz Yisrael
can you update the map to include the Golan :-)
Jameel -Shame on you! What Jew forgets the Golan is part of sovereign Israel?And anyway, the Likud has forgotten its Herut roots - you know the famous song that says, "one bank of the Jordan is ours and the other one, too."If the Arabs demand all of Israel, there is no reason in the world not to return the favor in kind!After all, it appears to be the only language the Arabs understand.
Ask Treppenwitz...The nation with the GolanandEldan calling...
This map doesn't make sense. The Land of Israel doesn't include all of Jordan, or Eilat, but it does include parts of Lebanon and Syria. The Land of Israel is what belongs to us, we can't just claim a random piece of land is ours just because we want to take something away from the Arabs.
What's with stopping at the Jordan-Syrian border?What happened to "ad hanahar hagadol, nahar Prat" - the Euphrates?
sigh. doesn't anyone get the background of this? These were the borders of the British Mandate of Falestine between 1918 and 1946. (In 1946 the British gave Transjordan=עבר הירדן to King Abdullah.) The French mandate of Syria included the Golan and Lebanon. Just like the Arabs wanted the whole British Mandate territory for themselves, the Jabotinsky crowd (forerunner of the Likud) wanted the entire territory for us. The Golan, occupied by France, was not part of the discussion.
where can I get a copy of this map? Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.orgPlease let me know...
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