"I don't like the name. Why orange? The movement failed. It has been revealed that its leadership cooperated with the government during Disengagement. Why would anyone want to be associated with such a label? I wouldn't. Although residents of Judea and Samaria were the most dedicated and devoted supporters of Jewish rights to live in Gush Katif and opposed Disengagement, the DP's prefer living in Lachish and the Negev. They've rejected us. I can't have anything to do with that label; it means loser as far as I'm concerned. And it never included us in Judea and Samaria. When I hear the name Dapei Katom, Orange Pages, I think it means businesses which are owned by former residents of Gush Katif. Get another name."
What do you think?
PS I promised that I'd blog about her project to publicize it, but I warned her that I'd complain about its name. The aim of the business/project (whatever it is exactly) is to compile a comprehensive list of businesses based in Judea and Samaria and presumably the Jordan Valley, too.