Zionist response to Nakba Day: Samaria mayor calls on citizens to proudly wave the Israeli flag on Sunday. Activists to hand out flags on streets.
Nakba dag is het herdenken van het stichten van de staat Israel, 1948 met een twee/derde meerderheid in de VN toen. Maar veel moslims zien dat als een rampdag en dat betekent het woord Nakba dan ook.
Gretta, Anja, Harry, Dries, c.s., we leven met jullie mee, dat Israel nog steeds niet van de kaart is geveegd , maar we hopen dat het de umma (alle moslims wereldwijd) NOOIT zal lukken, zelfs niet met jullie kafirs, linkse niet-moslims en christen-lijken die vanuit CDA en CU met jullie meeheulen.
Daarom steken we zondag de vlag uit, die van Israel, met dank aan de ene ,ware God, de God van Abraham, Isaak en Jacob, die Zijn beloftes aan Israel zal houden.
Niet omdat Israel altijd alles goed deed en doet, dat doet geen mens, maar omdat Hij , onze Vader in de hemel, goed en rechtvaardig is.
Shabbath shalom, am Israel chai !
Ben Kok (joods-chr. pastor)
|1. Israelis Called to Wave Israeli Flags Proudly on Nakba Day
by Elad Benari
As Palestinian Authority Arabs prepare public demonstrations to mark the ‘Nakba Day’ (literally the “catastrophe”, which is how they characterize the Gregorian date of the establishment of the State of Israel) on Sunday, Jews in Israel are planning a Zionist response to the planned activities.
After all, they say, had the state been established even earlier, the real catastrophe of 6 million Jews murdered in the Holocaust who had nowhere to escape, would have been avoided.
Intefatigable Shomron Mayor Gershon Mesika is calling on Israeli citizens to fly Israeli flags on their vehicles and homes, as well as post pictures of the Israeli on their Facebook accounts this coming Sunday.
Mesika made the appeal in a personal letter he wrote to Samaria residents over the weekend. On Thursday, the Samaria Residents’ Council began to distribute Mesika’s message across the country, both among residents of local communities in Judea and Samaria, as well as in other local councils across Israel. Branches of The Land of Israel Task Force in Rehovot and Haifa, as well as the National Jewish Staff in Tel Aviv joined in the effort to spread the message as well.
Activists from the Samaria Residents’ Council plan to stand at major intersections throughout the country on Sunday and hand out Israeli flags to drivers.
Mesika’s letter reads as follows:
This Sunday, we will all raise with pride the flag of Israel.
‘Nakba Day’ is translated into Hebrew as Yom Hashoah [Holocaust Remembrance Day –ed.]. This is how the ‘Palestinian’ Authority leadership has chosen to refer to the establishment of Israel. Indeed, it is not surprising, since at the head of that terror authority is Holocaust denier Abu-Mazen [Mahmoud Abbas –ed.].
This year the Authority is trying to intensify the events of that day, as a propaganda step on the way to their one-side declaration of a state in September.
The hysteria which the PA and its PR people from the far left are trying to inflict on the citizens of Israel is nothing but a balloon filled with hot air.
They too know very well that according to international law, only whoever is controlling an area can establish a state, and to our delight Israel is the one controlling it. Those PR people who are trying to frighten the public in Israel remember well that the UN already voted in 1988 in favour of the establishment of a ‘Palestinian’ state (by a majority of 104 against 2) and Arafat even officially declared it. All this had no meaning since Israel controls most of Judea and Samaria, the cradle of the Jewish people, and protects the whole country from there. (editor’s note: the high ground of Judea and Samaria overlooks the entire coast of Israel, its most populated urban area, which, if in other hands, would make this part of Israel vulnerable to primitive rockets).
On Sunday, we will all raise the Israeli flag everywhere: on cars, on our homes and on our Facebook accounts.
Hundreds of thousands of Israeli citizens in cities across the country will raise the flag along with us.
We will raise the flag proudly, and say to the world: Am Yisrael Chai [the people of Israel live].”