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Arabs try to drop a stone block on Israeli soldiers in Ras al-Amud, Jerusalem. (Archive: January 2009)

See the siren update at the bottom of the article.

In Palestinian Authority mosques throughout Judea and Samaria, the Arabs will be replacing their calls to prayer, incitement speeches and Islamic messages with the Naqba siren, at noon on Sunday, according to security sources.

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Naqba Day commemorates the day when the neighboring Arab countries and people gathered together to attack and destroy the fledgling Jewish state in May of 1948 – and spectacularly failed, proving that despite Islam’s replacement theology, Allah is a Zionist.

The siren will sound at noon for 2 minutes, and all PA pedestrians will try to stop throwing firebombs and stones, as well as driving their cars into Jews and blowing up buses and restaurants. They will stand at attention, in yet another cheap imitation of Israel.

It may be the safest two minutes in Israel’s history.

As of Sunday morning there have been reports of Arab stone throwing in multiple locations, and one Israeli driver was injured after a stone hit his car in the Binyamin region.

As an aside, we’re eagerly waiting to see what the Israeli-Arab MKs in the Knesset will be doing at noon.

So if you hear the siren, don’t get nervous, it’s not an air raid. It’s just the Arabs upset they didn’t succeed at genocide in 1948.

Happy Naqba Day.


Update: Sirens were not heard in western Gush Etzion, Hebron, Kedumim, Maaleh Efraim nor Maaleh Adumim.

The siren was heard in the Talmon-Dolev area in the Shomron, east of Modi’in.

One person from Beit El reports hearing a siren, others in Beit El didn’t.

We are waiting to hear reports from other areas of Judea and Samaria.


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14 COMMENTS

  1. In fairness to the Arabs, they were assured not only by their leaders but just about the entire civilized world that they would have little trouble disposing of the Jews. In the case of Transjordan (now Jordan) thay had the benefit of a British armed, trained and led army, in other words a British colonial army, to destroy the Jews with. If they had known how well Jews could fight, they would have accepted the 1947 partition.

  2. Research has determined that "Naqba" is a derivative in French for "loser!" (Remember 1940, 1954, 1962…)

    Actually, Israel should have its own "Naqba" on the day in 1922 when England, ruling through its Palestine Mandate, took away 80% of Israel and bestowed it upon the new king of Trans-Jordan for his support in WWI. This was a true Naqba. Another Naqba should be the day in June, 1967, when Moshe Dayan gave up the Temple Mount; lost the opportunity to resolve the issue of Judea and Samaria by requiring the Arabs there to leave and pick either a bus to Egypt or to Jordan.

    Fortunately for Israel, the Arabs who continue to inhabit Judea and Samaria failed to make peace to legitimize their false claim to Judea and Samaria. Realizing the grip on its people, despite the lack of competence of the PA, it's obvious now had a peace been forged, Judea/Samaria would by now be thoroughly infiltrated by ISIS, creating the third front after Israel withdrew from Southern Lebanon and Gaza. Israel does not need a military version of "Back to the Future" pre-1967.

  3. Hindsight is 20-20. You weren't in charge of the IDF in Jerusalem in '67, and have no idea what you are talking about. Moshe Dayan must have had advice and counsel from well-informed folks like Abba Eban (a brilliant diplomat) and others, and made what appeared to be the most practical decision at the time. There were enormous pressures on Israel to terminate the fighting. Are you saying that if you were in charge you would have told your gov't to f**k off and would have kept on pushing through the rest of the West Bank?

  4. This hatred that is demonstrated against the Jews and Christians is despicable! Our Father tells all of us to love one another. Every person who acts upon feelings of hatred needs to have shame for going against our Father who is love.

  5. Mark Melnicoff -on the contrary, I know from IDF sources how everybody was amazed that Dayan made such a rogue decision over the Temple Mount, allegedly to compensate the Mufti for what Dayan knew would quickly be the clearing of Arab homes to prepare a plaza by the Kotel.
    The IDF already had Judea/Samaria in its hands; the world was temporarily sympathtic for what it thought would be the destruction of the third temple. So, yes, it should have been government policy to RE-annex the land of Israel at that brief, opportune moment in history.

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