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    • Joshua Moesch
    • 21.10.05 | 13:50 (IST)

    This piece must have been written solely for the purpose of causing argument and anger. 1. The people that live in Judea and Samaria are mostly from a religous/zionist backgound. EVERYONE here serves in the army, and even now after disengagment, no one is trying to avoid it, we are proud soldiers of G-d, and the IDF. 2. Blaming the states financial woes on the settlements in straight up BS. There are NO FREE daycares here. Every child is NOT "entitled to a free day care so the parents can go protest all day long" In actuality people are paying thousands of sheks monthly for there large families to go to day care. Judea and Samaria have among the highest employment rates, because people here need to work to support large families and pay these fees... How I wish I had the time to attend even one protest. 3. It is also untru that Hesder stidents serve 18 months in the army and 18 in Yeshiva, compared to 36 in the army for regular soldiers. 18 + 18 is 36, (3 years) Hesder is a FIVE year program, 2 years of yeshiva, and a FULL three years in the amry, the years alternated. It is LIES like this continuously fed to the public by Haaretz and a few others that cause the hatred in this country. While most people here in the settlements are religous, and more right wing politically, in private conversations, while expressing different views than those of or left wing and secular brothers and sisters, we also express unconditional love for EVERY Jew which we consider our family, no matter how much some of them may hate us because of all the lies they have been fed. With love to all of Am Yisrael, JM

    from the article: Preparing for the next war
    First published 00:00 21.10.05 | Last updated 00:00 21.10.05
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