Thursday, December 15, 2005

Shleimus Haaretz Melaveh Malka

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Shleimus Haaretz Melaveh Malka

Town of Kedumim, Israel
You are invited to a shleimus haaretz melaveh malka for men and women, this coming Motzei Shabbos, Parshas Vayishlach, at the home of Mendel and Aliza Blizinsky, 825 Montgomery Street.    Mrs. Raphaella Segal, assistant mayor of the settlement of Kedumim, will be the guest speaker.  More details in full article.

It is exactly four months from the week of the Disengagement. Orange ribbons and t-shirts are now a thing of the past... but the danger to Jews living in Eretz Yisroel is increasing day by day. With each concession and each retreat, terrorists are encouraged and empowered.  
The first step to helping the Jews in Eretz Yisroel is to know what the Rebbe said concerning Shlaimos HaAretz. The second step is to stay informed about what is going on, especially in the territories and especially in those locations which are under risk of being destroyed.

Raphaella Segal, Assistant Mayor to Daniella Weiss of Kedumim in the Shomron will be making a presentation at the Melave Malka, to give a first hand update of the situation in the Shomron. Her city of Kedumim is at risk.
 There is an opinion that since our efforts did not stop the Disengagement, we might as well stop our efforts. This opinion may sound logical, but it does not sound like the opinion of a Lubavitcher Chosid. Despite the odds and the setbacks, the Rebbe never desisted from his campaign. The Rebbe taught us that we are not fighting for homes, we are not fighting for sovereignty... we are fighting for lives.  
In this week's Parsha we learn about Shechem. Earlier this week two Jewish soldiers were wounded in a bomb attack in Shechem and another soldier survived a stabbing attack. This Motzei Shabbos, you are invited to hear about Kedumim, a town that is adjacent to Shechem. 
Mrs. Raphaella Segal

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