Monday, March 17, 2008

To Keep Jerusalem Safe and Vibrant, The Communities in Judea and Samaria Must Grow

PM: There's no chance we'll give up a place like Har Homa
Olmert says Israel has stopped building in Judea, Samaria; Merkel says rockets, settlements obstacles to peace; urges pressure on Iran.

'US concerned over building in J'lem'
"Sometimes people have to move," US ambassador tells Post during tour of haredi neighborhood.

Does anyone really believe Olmert? I don't. But even more serious is the fact that without a vibrant, Jewish Judea surrounding and protecting Har Homa it won't be a safe place for Jews to live. And without a vibrant, Jewish Judea and Samaria, all of Jerusalem will cease to be a safe place for Jews to live.



Take a good look at the map. We're not talking major distances here.

The world isn't going to protect us. How many UN Security Council Resolutions have there been condemning the Arab terrorists in Gaza for launching missiles at innocent Israeli civilians in Sderot, Ashkelon and the Negev?

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Sometimes people have to move," US ambassador tells Post during tour of haredi neighborhood.

Exactly. So tell the Arabs to git packin'!

Batya said...

Makes sense to me, and according to the US ambassador, it's perfectly fine.