“Land for Peace?”

 

Unfortunately,
Israel has been forced in to becoming
brilliantly successful in managing
the hatred of the nations, Only God!

 

 

Zechariah 12:3
And it shall happen in that day that I will make Jerusalem
a very heavy stone for all peoples; all who would heave it away will surely
be cut in pieces, though all nations of the earth are gathered against it.

 

 

 

The name of Jerusalem or Israel does NOT appear even once in the Quran!

However,
Jerusalem appears 651 times in the Tanach (old Testament)
and additional 156 times in the New Testament

The Word Israel appears 2,381 times in the Bible

 

The “Disengagement” plan of the Gaza
Below, you will see the great price Israel has again paid to satisfy the nations.

In order to appease America, Europe, Soviet Union, Arab Nations and the UN,
then Prime Minister Ariel Sharon agreed to tear the Jewish people our of their land of Gaza.
He gave the command to Israeli soldiers to forcibly remove the Jews from all they owned.

These people, lost their Synagogues, 5,000 children lost their schools, businesses of all sorts, shops,
their homes and even greenhouses that exported an abundance of flowers to all of Europe.

This plan pitted Israeli solders against their own brothers and sisters, and
caused anguish from ripping the Jewish people from the homes that many were born.
Although these people were guaranteed new homes and repayment for their tremendous loss,
that debt has never been satisfied and many still live in makeshift camps, they have lost everything.

Benjamin Netanyahu who was not PM at that time declared,
by removing the Jewish people from the Gaza it would allow the creation of a terrorist camp.
Since the “Disengagement Plan” went in to effect, the terror upon Israel has only become greater.
Thousands of rockets have fallen on Jewish soil, killing her citizens and yet
Israel continues to seek peace with those who wish to destroy her.

 

Recently PM Netanyahu stated,
if the Arabs laid down their weapons today, there would be peace,
if Israel laid down her weapons today,
there would be no more Israel.


If it not for the mighty God we serve,
the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob,
Israel would have no chance against the nations of the earth,
but God!

 

Below is the resulting tragedy of what Israel suffered by
what is referred to as the Disengagement Plan forced upon her.

 

The following page was found at:
“The Israel Project”
for Freedom, Security and Peace
(their website link is at the end)

 

Updated Aug. 25, 2005
Israel’s 2005 Disengagement Plan Initiative: Numbers to Know

In May 1967, the armies of Egypt, Jordan and Syria – with backing from several other Arab countries – amassed on Israel’s borders in a bid to wipe out Israel. In response, Israel launched a pre-emptive attack and unexpectedly gained control over land including the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Israel later gave up about 90 percent of the territory it captured when, to make peace with Egypt, Israel evacuated the Sinai Peninsula.1

After numerous fruitless bids to find a partner for peace with the Palestinians, in August 2005 Israel carried out its disengagement initiative. Israel handed over all of Gaza and part of the West Bank to the Palestinians, making it the first country in modern history to give up land acquired in a defensive war.

During this summer’s pullout:

After the withdrawal:

The Israel Project is a new national non-profit organization devoted to educating the press and the public about Israel while promoting security, freedom and peace. It was started by three mothers who became concerned that negative images about Israel in the media were endangering the future of children who want to live in a world free of the anti-Semitism faced by generations before them. The Israel Project provides journalists, leaders and opinion-makers accurate information about Israel. For more information, visit www.theisraelproject.org.

Sources:

1. Kescher, Doron, Israeli Insider “Journalistic Shields,” June 21, 2004.

2. Israeli Cabinet Resolution Regarding the Disengagement Plan, June 6, 2004

3. “Israel’s Disengagement Plan,” American Israel Public Affairs Committee, Feb. 9, 2005

4. “Rabbi rules Gaza graves must be moved; ZAKA refuses to lend a helping hand,” Israeli Insider, May 4, 2005

5. Interview with Dror Vanunu, Head of Public Relations for Gush Katif, July 7, 2005

6. Interview with Dror Vanunu, Head of Public Relations for Gush Katif, June 15, 2005

7. “Engaging Disengagement,”
The Jewish Agency for Israel, Department for Jewish Zionist Education, June 20, 2005

8. Plushnick-Masti, Ramit, “Israel to use 45,000 troops in Gaza, West Bank pullout,”
Detroit Free Press, July 6, 2005

9. Klein, Zeev, “Haber: HCJ ruling will raise disengagement cost to NIS 500m,” Globes:
Israel’s Business Arena, June 5, 2005

10. Arrow, Minda Lee, “Gaza settler relocation: new progress, ongoing complications,”
The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, June 15, 2005

11. Lazaroff, Tovah, “Gush Katif dairy farmer has sleepless nights over cow remo(o)val”
Jerusalem Post, May 3, 2005

12. Stahl, Julie, “Gaza farmers say government has no plan for them,”
Cybercast News Service, April 11, 2005

13. Ettinger, Yair, “Even the animals won’t leave Gaza early,” Haaretz newspaper, June 21, 2005

14. “Israel,” Freedom House, July 6, 2005

15. Radler, David, “Refugees forever?” Jerusalem Post, July 6, 2005

The Israel Project website:
http://www.theisraelproject.org/site/apps/nlnet/content.aspx?c=hsJPK0PIJpH&b=913019&ct=1166095