Friday, February 18, 2011

Jewish Voice for Peace Announces "Day of Rage " against the Jewish National Fund

Jewish Voice for Peace has announced today as day of rage against Jewish National Fund, urging people to launch a coordinated attack against the venerable non-profit. Our "proud to be ashamed to be Jewish" friends are using the eviction of squatters in Israel's Negev desert as an excuse to harrass the JNF. Its another in a series of attacks, orchestrated by JVP and its allies on Jewish institutions and organizations that support our right to self determination in our ancient homeland.

Lets turn this into a "buycott", folks. Go to the JNF website. Buy some trees. Do it in honor of someone you love. For added impact, ask the JNF to send the acknowledgement to "Jewish Voice for Peace"
1611 Telegraph Avenue, Suite 550. Oakland, CA 94612

Can't plant a tree? Thats ok, too. Sometimes its necessary to turn the tables. So why don't you pick up the phone today and give JVP a call. You can reach them at 510-465-1777. Be polite and respectful, as difficult as it might be.

Go ahead. You know you want to.


Anonymous said...

what is going on regarding al-araquib is proof positive that the israel/jew haters do not believe in the legitimacy of the state of israel in any form.

the negev is israel proper...and a state has the right to determine what is and what is not a legal residence or town.

every one of those bedoins has a proper home...this town is simply an illegal land grab.

even if it were legal, there is a concept of eminent domain, which is used in the united states all the time.

where were these aholes when my friend lost his biz to the city of sf, who decided to expand the transbay terminal? a project created by the queen of the liberals...nancy pelosi.

the biz has been there longer than the bedouins were in al araquib

Anonymous said...

If a handful of people set up camp in Yosemite or Yellowstone and refused to leave, I'm pretty darn sure Uncle Sam would act the same way as Israel.
By the way, I gave JVP a call, not knowing if they'd be open. When they picked up the phone I said. " I thought you might be closed for Shabbat." The person who answered the phone asked "What's Shabbat?".