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Hebron evacuation is SIN! † † † †
Hebron evacuation is SIN!
April 5, †2012 †This is Passover Week / Holy Week
Ehud Barak ordered Hebron evacuation. †THIS IS SIN!
Hebron is near the southwest end of Samaria.
The Cave of the Patriarchs is in Hebron.
HEBRON is a Biblicly important town! †GOD told Joshua to wipe out all the Philistines/Palestinians there, and Joshua did not.
Judgment comes when Israel goes against GOD, and God's curse falls on the person/nations which push Israel to violate God's ordinations.
April 4 the Israel Police evacuated the settlers who had inhabited the Patriarch House in Hebron on the orders of Defense Minister Ehud Barak.
Israel watched evacuation news in Hebron, Israel, as the U.S.A. watched large tornadoes in Dallas, south of Hebron, Texas.
Hebron, 21 miles north of Dallas, Texas USA was named for the Biblical town of Hebron.
Barak under fire over eviction
PM Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak are the focus of fierce criticism following the eviction of the Machpelah house in Hebron.
One cannot use the right of property claim to evict en entire community established 13 years ago and
at the same time not honor the right of property when it comes to the purchase of a Hebron house by Jews.
Judea, Samaria MAP
Changes in Judea-Samaria settlements
HEBRON, Texas, USA
Hebron, Texas was named for the Biblical town of Hebron.
21 miles southeast of Denton in southeast Denton County, it was founded in the vicinity of the old Bridges Settlement of 1843.
By 1890 the community had a post office. In 1902 the Red River Railway was built through the town. At one time Hebron had 3 cotton gins.
It was incorporated briefly in the mid-1960s, but it was not permanently incorporated until the mid-1970s.
Economic development between Dallas and Denton spurred the population in Hebron to 486 in 1975. In 1980 the population was 385.
The aggressive annexation policies pursued by Carrollton and Plano placed limits on the ability of Hebron to expand geographically.
In 1990 the population was 1,128, and in 2000 it was 874.
TEXAS TWISTERS April 2012
Now the LORD said to Abram,
Go forth from your country and from your relatives and from your fatherís house, to the land which I will show you,
And I will make you a great nation, and I will bless you, and make your name great, and so you shall be a blessing.
And I will bless those who bless you,
And the one who curses you I will curse.
And in you all the families of the earth will be blessed.
Wrongful eviction in Hebron
April 5, 2012 Op-ed
Why does story about Jews moving into house they bought make global headlines?
Some Jews bought a house in Hebron and moved in.
The last owner was an Arab.
WHY is this covered as a problem by international media?
What is the story here? Hebron is one of 3 cities holy to the Jewish people, Shechem, Hebron and Jerusalem.
It is the site of the burial place purchased by our father Abraham, founder of our faith, where he laid to rest his wife Sarah, mother of our nation.
Our two other patriarchs and matriarchs, Jacob and Leah (Itzchak and Rivkah) were also buried in the same family cave when they passed away.
Our great King David sat on the throne in Hebron for 7 years before he made Jerusalem the united capital of Israel.
Throughout the ages, the Jewish community thrived in Hebron.
The pious came from afar to pray at the holy tombs and to study in the city's great houses of Torah learning.
In 1929, in response to incitement by the grand Mufti of Jerusalem, the Arabs of Hebron massacred, raped and mutilated their Jewish neighbors.
77 innocent Jewish residents of Hebron died that day, at the hands of Arab neighbors with whom they had lived at peace for decades. The British Mandate government instructed the Jewish survivors to relocate to other cities, leaving behind their properties, which they were unable to see again until after the victory of the Israeli army in June 1967
Less than a year later, on the eve of Passover, Jews returned to live in the holy city. However, to this day, the rebuilding of the Jewish community in the city is a great challenge. Residents are continually pressured by the international community that wishes to facilitate the Palestinian goal of a land free of Jews.