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אין שטחים - יש רק ארץ ישראל


Unfortunately today in Israel, the government voted against a bill that would officially legalize the Ulpana neighborhood as well as other neighborhoods in Judea and Samaria. The fact that our own government, a Likud, supposedly right wing government is not supporting the Jewish presence in Yesha…


עוד תטעי כרמים, בהרי שומרון; נטעו נוטעים, וחללו

Again shalt thou plant vinyeards upon the mountains of Samaria; the planters shall plant, and shall have the use thereof


Jeremiah 31:4

(In honour of Tu B’shvat. Today, you can go to Samaria and see the prophecy as reality)

"With all due respect to the US, Israel is not the 51st star on the American flag. It is the right of an independent country to set up its own preference zones without outside interference."

— MK Gideon Sa’ar (via vshavubanim)


Israel & Google Earth

An aerial view of Israel’s security dilemma and settlements.

Have you ever used Google Earth to take a look at Israel and the West Bank? Israel and its neighbours are often very close together, and understanding that is important to making peace. Come along with us as we examine this tenacious problem from a birds eye view.


Traveling through the streets of our Holy Land, and walking in the steps of our forefathers, I have come to a realization about Eretz Yisrael and Am Yisrael.

First of all, this is our land. G-d gave it to the Jewish people at the beginning of time to be the land of the Jewish people. However,…

The IDF Annual Enlistment Report shows that Judea and Samaria have the highest percentage of soldiers serving in combat units – 61% vs. the national average of 44.2%.


I’ve just come back from Chevron (Hebron) where I went to the Cave of the Patriarchs and the Jewish areas. On the way, I went through Beit Lechem (Bethlehem) where I wasn’t allowed to go inside Rachel’s Tomb because I’m a Kohen. Instead, I stood outside next to the security wall and hung around…

When I visited Chevron in 2007, our tour guide promised us, that the places we were walking, our patriarchs and matriarchs once walked.

The security fence





“If Jesus were to come back this year, Bethlehem would be closed.” [Source]

Since when are the Arabs so expectant of Jews (or wasn’t Jesus Jewish) ?

Re: the ghetto

  1. Before the security barrier: buses exploding in Israeli cities - daily.
  2. After the security barrier: buses exploding in Israeli cities - none.

 daily? you have some sources to prove that?

Here is a list of all terrorist attacks in Israel since the Oslo Accords.

If you look at the years of the Intifada…yes, there were terrorist attacks almost every single day.

Furthermore, the PDF file below, shows that terrorist attacks have been reduced by 90% since the building of the security fence.