A Chabad Sanhedrin Show to get the sympathy of the World
for the "Chosen" who chooses the "Robber" of the DRAGON
The Bloodshed has begun, and will
soon spread upon all the earth. Soon the "Hamas" controlled by
Sanhedrin will stage the Attack which will trigger the Judeo-Apostate
Churchinsanity Bloodlust wholesale against ISHMAEL, there after Bushitler will
strine Tehran then will totally destroy the head of the Serpents desire,
Syria. And all the while this once great nation is seduced into the whore's
Iniquity. DO YOU HEAR saints of the Living God? Do you hear?
Israeli troops begin forced Gaza evictions
Woman sets self afire in protest
From Guy Raz and Paula Hancocks
Wednesday, August 17, 2005; Posted: 10:50 a.m. EDT (14:50 GMT)
JERUSALEM (CNN) -- Israeli troops Wednesday
entered the largest Jewish settlement in Gaza, Neveh Dekalim, to evacuate as
many as 4,000 people, many of whom had barricaded themselves inside a
In protest against the evacuations, a 54-year-old woman in the Israeli city
of Netivot set herself on fire Wednesday, police said. She was taken to a Beer
Sheva hospital in serious condition. A protest was being held at a junction
nearby, authorities said.
In Neveh Dekalim, unarmed Israeli soldiers led or carried away settlers or
protesters who had infiltrated the settlements. Some of them were angry and
tearful. Buses full of troops and policemen were brought in to transport them.
"I don't want to, I don't want to," screamed one woman as she was
carried away, The Associated Press reported.
Officials said four troops would be brought in for every person refusing to
leave. The buses transported settlers to temporary housing.
Israel Defense Forces Southern Command said that 60 percent of settlers had
left Gaza by Wednesday afternoon.
3 killed on
On the West Bank on Wednesday, a Jewish settler grabbed a gun from an
Israeli guard and opened fire on Palestinian workers in an industrial area of
the Shilo settlement, killing
three Palestinians, Israeli police said. Two Palestinians were wounded.
The settler, from the nearby Shvut Rahel settlement, was arrested.
It was not immediately known if the shooting was related to the
evacuations. The two West Bank settlements involved are not among those to be
The withdrawal is part of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to
remove settlers from Gaza and four small areas of the West Bank, along with
the Israeli troops who guard them, in hopes of reinvigorating the
Israeli-Palestinian peace process.
The World Applauses
During televised remarks Wednesday, Sharon said, "There are difficult
incidents ... largely because of the actions of youngsters, teenagers"
who have infiltrated the settlements. "They are making what is happening
Some settlers don't wish to leave because they believe Gaza is part of the
traditional Jewish homeland.
Part of Eretz ITSREALHELL, Babylonia Proper
Other secular Israelis say they believe the move rewards terrorists and
will lead to more attacks from Palestinian militant groups.
The air in Neveh Dekalim was thick with smoke from fires set by protesters.
Troops were attempting to extinguish the blazes. Demonstrators also threw
bottles and eggs at Israeli soldiers.
People were arrested during the evacuations, although the exact number was
Neveh Dekalim was among six to eight settlements set to be evacuated
Wednesday as part of Israeli efforts to evacuate about 9,000 settlers from
There are 21 settlements in Gaza, and the deadline for the settlers to
voluntarily leave passed Monday, although they were given a 48-hour grace
In addition to Nevah Dekalim, IDF and Israeli police forces had entered the
settlements of Ganei Tal, Tel Katifa and Kerem Atzmona, according to an IDF
statement, and the evacuation of Tel Katifa was complete.
Also completed, were evacuations of Bedolah, Morag, Slav, Rufiah Yam, Gadid
and Peat Sadeh settlements, Israeli police said.
According to IDF and Israeli police on Wednesday afternoon, 583 houses and
public buildings had been evacuated of the 2,206 houses and public buildings
in Gaza's Israeli communities.
About half of Neveh Dekalim's residents have left, but many of those
remaining had said they were prepared to resist the Israeli pullout from Gaza.
The settlement has 2,600 permanent residents, but that number has increased
because of hundreds of protesters.
At least 1,000 people had shut themselves inside a synagogue, which could
prove difficult for Israeli troops to evacuate.
"You should be ashamed at what you are doing," a woman who was
pushing a baby stroller, told soldiers, according to AP.
Pictures from inside the building showed it was jammed with people, many of
The streets of the settlement were almost completely deserted, as other
settlers shut themselves inside their homes.
An agreement was being negotiated that would allow Neveh Dekalim residents
to hold a formal ceremony before leaving voluntarily at about 4 p.m. (9 a.m.
'It's a painful process'
In Morag, a bulldozer broke through a makeshift barricade constructed of
trash containers. Troops were also evacuating those who had barricaded
themselves in a synagogue there, although those inside were leaving without
"They are paying a really painful price," Gideon Meir, a senior
Israeli Foreign Ministry official, said, referring to those who are refusing
to leave. "It's a painful process."
But, he added, "we are doing it as part of Israel's willingness and
wish to live in peace with our Palestinian neighbors."
The first priority, he said: "We're going to heal from our
Sharon praised the Palestinian Authority for their efforts to prevent
militant violence during the pullout, while Palestinian officials hailed the
"It's a step in the right direction," Ghassan Khatib, planning
minister for the Palestinian Authority, said Wednesday. "The illegal
presence of those settlers in a land that belonged to Palestinians was a major
cause of the ongoing conflict and confrontations. So correcting this injustice
by removing those settlers and bringing back the land to its natural and legal
owners is going to contribute, hopefully, to the prospects of peace between
the two sides."
Gaza, a 140-square-mile area of coastal land between Israel and the
Mediterranean, also is home to about 1.3 million Palestinians.
In the largest peacetime operation in its history, the Israeli army expects
to take three weeks to complete the removal of settlers from Gaza. A month
later, Israel is to hand over to Palestinian control the area it has occupied
since the 1967 Six-Day War.
Under an agreement made with the Palestinians, the structures built by the
settlers will be bulldozed before that handover occurs.
All the while "the Babylonian Network" of
telly tubby televangelist are praising their Hassidim Chosen rib-eyes and
leading their congregation of the north to HELL in their "assisted
Suicide" of the Goyim
Sharon: Attack in Shfaram aimed at
halting the disengagement plan
Eden Natan Zada's terror attack in Shfaram Thursday was
designed to harm Arab-Jewish relations and "prevent the disengagement
plan," Prime Minister Ariel Sharon told the cabinet Sunday.
Sharon opened the cabinet meeting, overshadowed by the vote authorizing the
evacuation of the first batch of Gaza settlements