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Photograph of the Week: Can a tree be more than a tree? Yes! When it is Jewish!
By Women in Green / Ruthie Wallfish / R.P. BenDedek
Jun 3, 2012 - 12:02:49 AM

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Activists Want 'Jewish' trees removed in Netzer. Jews plant more. Ruthie Wallfish Photo

For many years Women in Green have been planting trees on 'State Lands' in Netzer but Arabs backed by international political activists have been successful in pressuring the Government into - UPROOTING - all the trees so far planted. Why? So that the Arabs can plant 'Muslim' trees and so claim the State Land as 'Arab Land'.

Could the land not just be given to the Arabs 'with the trees intact'? No! Ownership of 'legally' vacant land (not identified by ownership) is based on who actually 'works' the land. Remove the 'Jewish' trees and the Arabs can claim the land for themselves. (The Truth about Netzer) Something they have already been doing with the assistance of Anti-Israel Foreign Activists who pretend that they are not Anti-Semites.

Despite being advised that all the trees Women in Green have planted will soon be uprooted, the FAITHFUL in the land of Israel have returned to planting.

Under the threats of the planned uprooting in Netzer, yesterday (Friday) dozens of olive trees were planted in Netzer near Na'tiv Ha'A'vot, the Path of the Patriarchs.

The police, the Administration and the IDF arrived considerably late, just as Ruthi Walfish's lesson about Pa'rashat Ha'Sha'vu'a, the Weekly Torah Portion, was beginning. There was nothing for the police left to do but photograph the people and vehicles that had arrived to the location. The policemen were asked what brought them to Netzer. Their response: "To check out the atmosphere". The activists informed them that there is a healthy Land of Israel atmosphere, welcome to join. (From Women in Green Article)

Concerning this photo and the story to go with it CLICK here for pictures and the Arutz 7 article in English

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