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Women in Green: It’s Time to Wake Up!

On Friday, we received the following press release from Nadia Matar of Women in Green:

Something bad is cooking.

Arab Stone throwing. Adele Biton. Roads blocked by stones. Molotov cocktails. An attempted murder near Kedumim. Arabs attacking the fence of Ofrah. The murder of Evyatar Borovsky HY”D. The IDF’s destruction this morning of the office of the Samaria local council head who demanded a Zionist response at the Tapuah junction. The opening of roadblocks to Arabs. Additional gestures on the way. Kerry’s frequent rounds in the region, Tsippi Livni and Molcho are flying back and forth, as well. The Prime Minister repeats the mantra of “two states for two peoples.” Deri is appointed Shas head. We hear from people close to the Prime Minister that the two-state declaration is not tactical, this is Netanyahu’s true intent. We cannot rely, once again, on the false hopes that the Arabs will do the job for us.

This month we are marking 20 years to the infamous Oslo agreements, we do not want to awaken to a new blood-agreement.

We must return to the Tapuah junction and protest about the murder. We must demand the establishment of a new community as a response to the murder, and we must demand the application of Israeli sovereignty over all Judea and Samaria .

This Sunday, May 5, we will go to the Tapuah junction where Evyatar was murdered.

We will meet, among others, with Gershon Messika, mayor of Samaria .

www.womeningreen.org

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4 Responses to “Women in Green: It’s Time to Wake Up!”

  1. Liad Bar-el says:

    Kol HaKavod Nadia! YES, put up walls of love and peace in the Holy Land for rememberance whereas the Muslims have erected walls of hate for murder on the Jewish Temple Mount of which the JPress supports.

  2. Myriam Obadia says:

    Brave women. My heart is with them. I'd go if I were able to walk on that type of terrain.

  3. Boris Badinov says:

    Beware the two-faced American government, especially the State Department, and especially when Democrats are in power. Both are anti-Semitic, though they deny and cover up, with the help of the "mainstream" media. Never give up! Never surrender!

  4. Stuart Kaufman says:

    Nadia is the modern Deborah. May G-d bless her and keep her strong.

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