Monday, August 22, 2005

Bumper Stickers

Something that struck me whilst watching the removal of hundreds of settlers from the synagogue at Shirat Hayam last week, was their chant. “Yehudi lo megaresh yehudi” Very moving, yet sad.


Here is a slogan made in response.

And, from the land of bumper stickers, two that echo my sentiments.

"Not all Kippot are orange. We are withdrawing from Gaza and thus securing our home."


"...And thy children shall return to their own border. (Jeremiah, 31, xvii).
We are withdrawing from Gaza and thus securing our home."

To view all stickers, go here. Which do you agree with?

7 comments:

BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

Before voicing an opinion, can you please translate these stickers?
Although I can read Hebrew, I cannot understand it, and my reading without vowels is very, very poor.

BarbaraFromCalifornia said...

I subscribe to the JP, which will come today. If there is a translation inside, indicate this, and then I can respond later on today.

Ittay said...

I apologise. Here are the translations of the four stickers.

“A Jew does not expel another Jew”

“A Jew does not exple another Arab”

"Not all Kippot are orange. We are withdrawing from Gaza and thus securing our home."

"...And thy children shall return to their own border. (Jeremiah, 31, xvii). We are withdrawing from Gaza and thus securing our home."

2R said...

I do not think that this will bring security. My sources? The IDF spokespeople who have said this is a bad idea. The ministers who fought against it.
They are missing "Sharon evacuates under fire".

Ittay said...

Is not Sharon a former IDF chief of staff? He was elected because of his many years of experience as soldier. There are a number of other MK’s in both Likud and Labour with extensive military backgrounds who can understand that disengagement strengthens Israel.

Chai18 said...

The first

The real me said...

“A Jew does not expel another Jew”
!

Its the only way to go.

...And thy children shall return to their own border. To a complete Israel which runs from the river of Egypt until the euphrates