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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

The Jews in Gush Katif are still suffering?

This is a letter I received from a site that I have written to as it is run by a religious Jewish women to get support from Christian American's for area's in Biblical Israel, and I receive their monthly letters which are very good and informative and each month introduce you to another community. Anyway.


This is the first paragraph.


"Four years have passed since close to 9000 people were forcibly removed from their homes in Gush Katif. Four years have passed and so little has changed for these people. Only a handful are living in permanent homes. The teomporary housing sites in Nitzan, Ein Zurim and so many other places are still filled with families waiting for their homes to be built. And there is still a 20% unemployment rate, far higher then the normal rate, even during these difficult times.



I can't help very much sadly but what groups are giving
aid to those who were expelled from Gush Katif.



It goes on to say why we can't give up more land which is pretty obvious and it is pretty obvious the government isn't really keeping it's promises which to be fair weren't realistic in the first place. If something sounds too good to be true it usually is.

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