Dear John and Doves,
This is quite an interesting and critical email from Nadia Matar of
Women in Green. The Israelis are fighting for their land as you
can see in this video on you tube:
Below is the explanation from Nadia Matar. The Hebrew is really
clear in the video. . . I could even understand some of it from the
little I learned by going over to Israel several times.
The interesting correlation to this is that this is being done in Netzer.
I learned from the Messianic Jew that taught on Jonah Code that Netzer
was where a group of Jews went to flee from persecution and
extermination about 200 years before Yeshua was born and that
those were the people that were the line from which Yeshua came.
That is where the transliterated name, "Nazrene," that is from "Netzer" comes.
It is the name of the little branches that shoot off of the olive tree. They
are stubborn branches that come off the tree to survive! This was just
amazing video to me to see the stubborn Jews struggling to survive and
hold on to the land. As the Psalms say, God will deliver Israel from all
I thank my Father in Heaven that He brings peace to us all as He brings
peace to Yerushalayim. And that one day soon the world will say,
"Blessed is he that comes in the Name of the Lord" and bow their knee to
Pease pray for these Jews. I believe they are the seed for the new
> Dear Friends,
> Please make sure to click on the movie below at the end of this mail,
> to see the Arabs who clashed with us and violently tried to steal yet
> another piece of land that belongs to the Jewish People. Thank G-d
> this time the Arabs did not succeed. The two minute movie is in Hebrew
> with English subtitles. Please help us spread the word about what
> really is going on here in Israel. Forward this email to your lists.
> Thank you
> Yehudit Katsover and Nadia Matar
> A SMALL VICTORY AT NETZER IN THE LARGE STRUGGLE FOR ERETS ISRAEL
> As part of the efforts of Women for Israel's tomorrow (Women in Green)
> and the Netzer Group, to preserve state lands at Netzer in Gush
> Etzion, activists went out on Friday, Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, October
> 8, 2010, to plow two land parcels.
> These parcels are very near where a week ago Arabs set fire to the
> Jews’ water pipe, with the clear intent of sabotaging the irrigation
> of hundreds of Jewish trees, and of trying to take over those state
> In recent weeks, the Arabs’ chutzpa has been increasing. They have
> been trying to take over state lands all over the area, and the
> residents have been asked to be alert and to report their activities.
> After about two hours of tractor work, an Arab clan amassed around the
> tractor and began uproariously claiming that the land was theirs.
> Shouting and cursing, they made it clear that they would not let any
> Jew work that land.
> To prevent the Arabs from taking control, Women for Israel's Tomorrow
> (Women in Green) and Netzer activists set out on Monday, October 11,
> at 5:00 AM, on a planting operation in those areas. When they finished
> planting, most of the activists dispersed. Two stayed to connect the
> irrigation system.
> The Arab from Friday arrived once more with two additional Arabs, and
> together they tried to uproot seedlings planted that morning by the
> Jews. The activists pushed the aggressive Arabs away and summoned the
> I.D.F. A sharp confrontation ensued. The Arabs’ chutzpa knows no
> bounds, and they cursed and shoved the Jews without end. The Arabs
> called the police. When the police arrived, the Arabs suddenly feigned
> being the injured party, hiding the violence they had just shown.
> The police arrived. The Army and the Civil Administration arrived as
> well. The Civil Administration examined the maps and announced that
> the area was indeed state lands and not private Arab land. The Arabs’
> claims about their owning the area were disproved, and shown, as
> always, to be lies.
> Had our activists not planted on those lands, the Arabs would have
> taken control of them, and these lands, too, would have been lost to
> the Jewish People. The activists’ determined stand forced the Civil
> Administration to intervene, to examine the maps, and to admit that
> these areas do not belong to Arabs.
> It should be noted that the activists work those lands not for
> economic or real estate profit, but solely to hold on to our land
> reserves for the Jewish People.
> As noted, this was a small victory in the grand struggle over the
> lands of Eretz Yisrael being waged full steam throughout Judea and
> The question is: How many thousands of acres have been lost to the
> Jewish People due to the shocking weakness Israel demonstrates in its
> law enforcement vis-a-vis the Arabs? Israel's failure to deal with the
> problem, and their conceding in advance, invite more Arabs attempts to
> take over state lands. These areas, located between towns, are
> critical for the Jewish People’s continued hold onto their land, and
> for the continued development and growth of the Jewish communities in
> Judea and Samaria.
> The Arabs can easily smell our weakness, originating within the
> Defense Ministry. Apparently the responsibility for preserving Eretz
> Yisrael and for creating a deterrent to the Arab enemy falls, as
> usual, on the shoulders of the little citizen.
> Link to our short movie in which you will see the violent Arabs failed
> attempt at stealing our land:
> For the English Arutz 7 article which includes the movie:
> Confrontation in Gush Etzion. The Jews won:
> Link to Hebrew Arutz 7 article in which movie also appears:
> With love for Israel,
> Yehudit Katsover 050-7161818 Nadia Matar 050-5500834
> Women For Israel's Tomorrow (Women in Green)