Barak plans to uproot olive trees planted by Jews on state land
Our own government is cooperating with the Arabs and the EU and the US to prevent us from stopping the Arabs from laying claim to our land. As I have been saying the fight for the land in which the Arabs are supported by everyone, including our own government is the most important threat facing Israel today. I am currently organizing a conference to be held in Jerusalem to draw attention to this issue. Ted Belman
The risk to Netzer is real and, therefore, this Friday we will be in Netzer and not Eitam.
From Women in Green
Regrettably, we were officially informed today that the Civil
Administration plans, in the next few days, to uproot all of the
hundreds of Jewish trees that have been planted in the Netzer hills
over the last few years, despite the fact that we signed that we are
not laying claim to the land or the trees.
All the plantings have been performed on state lands with one purpose
only: to prevent the Arabs’ takeover of the same lands. As is well
known, the Palestinian Authority declared Agricultural war throughout
Area C with the purpose of stifling the Jewish communities.
The concern is that Ehud Barak and the Civil Administration’s purpose
of uprooting the Jewish trees, due to international pressure, is meant
to prevent a Jewish continuity between the communities, by abandoning
the lands and hills to the hands of the Arabs.
We will be continuing our activities in the Netzer hills.
A week ago we were requested to put the planned plantings on hold due
to negotiations being held to cancel the uprooting decree. We agreed.
But since we were informed today that the Administration insists on
carrying out the uprooting, we will all come, B”H, this Friday, to the
plantings being held at Netzer, at 9:00 am, next to the lower pergola.
We also urge all to continue the pressure on Ministers and members of
Knesset to do all they can to annul the decree.
Aloh Na’aleh Ve’Ya’rashnu Otah. We shall rise forth and inherit Her
(the Land of Israel).
For the Arutz 7 report:
Transportation to Friday planting:
Jerusalem Ramot 7:50am- Inbal 8:15- Kiryat Arba Hevron 8:15- Tsomet
Hagush 8:30- Efrat south 8:35- Elazar gate 8:40
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