Latest update: August 22nd, 2012
Why did then-Prime Minister Ariel Sharon unilaterally initiate the Disengagement, which caused and continues to cause so much grief to thousands of Israeli patriots? It resulted in the uprooting of men, women, children, farmers and businessmen, and the destruction of beautiful self-supporting communities – in the worst possible way.
We can say that this is all in the past, that “could have” or “should have” is pointless. But not everyone learns from past mistakes. In an August 9 Jerusalem Post article by Tovah Lazaroff, and assisted by Gil Hoffman, they write, “Netanyahu told the cabinet on Sunday August 2, ‘the 2005 Disengagement from the Gaza Strip and Northern Samaria should never have happened We will not repeat this mistake.’ “
The purpose of this article is to hopefully make everyone understand that Kadima, created by Sharon and now led by Livni, is the worst party to ever be involved with “saving” our precious state. I want to wake up the Leftists, including the professors from many Israeli universities who lead or side with the Left, and tell them that it is time that we save this country, and that it cannot be done by the methods of a Sharon, Olmert or Livni – or anyone affiliated with them.
Max Weill is a resident of Jerusalem.
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