Wednesday, July 14, 2010

On The Other Side of The Gaza Fence

Another of those subjective, innacurate articles for the New York Times about Gaza.  The world is brainwashed thinking that the Arabs in Gaza are so poor and suffering.

Nobody cared when innocent peaceful Jewish Israelis were forced from their homes, buisinesses, schools, communities in the name of Disengagement.  

Disengagement was a unilateral, meaning that Israel got nothing positive for it, decision that wrecked havoc with the lives of countless thousands of law-abiding Jewish Israelis.  It further endangered the Israeli south, including cities like Ashkelon and Netivot.

It is now five years since Disengagement, and even the Israeli public has been shockingly apathetic.  That's the most frightening lesson of all.


Unknown said...

Just a grammatical spelling note.

Also found in: Dictionary/thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia, Hutchinson 0.01 sec.

wreak something (up)on someone or something
to cause damage, havoc, or destruction to someone or something. (Upon is formal and less commonly used than on.) The storm wreaked destruction upon the little village. It wreaked much havoc on us.

wreak havoc (with something)
to cause a lot of trouble with something; to ruin or damage something. Your bad attitude will wreak havoc with my project. The rainy weather wreaked havoc with our picnic plans.

Batya said...

thanks for the info, but what do you think of the post?