Ruminations on Life, Orthodoxy, Israel and Academia
I don't have a problem with the fence/wall itself, only with the assumptions that:1. We are ready for a Palestinian state on the other side of it.2. We should not act with full force against any attacks that originate from the other side of it.Is your opposition to the fence simply because you think that the current government can't separate between its construction and the two assumptions that I mentioned, or is it more fundamental?I also receive the flyers and e-mails from the "Action Committee," and I have to admit that I am a bit put off by the implication that the primary goal of every action the government takes in our area is to harrass us and prepare for our eventual expulsion. No, I haven't forgotten what happened to Gush Katif, but I think that it has little to do with the fence that was built in 1994. Am I just being naive?
Homesickness I thank the received aid… When I falls in the comfort of its nest… You remember to have kissed this “son”… And returned soon to the distant east. I supplicate: - Ó! Israel! - Where I started to learn the learning… that he illuminates my soul and my ways ! - Ó! Ways! That in my desert… Israel I lost!
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