Friday, September 02, 2005

More On Kat

Here's a comment on Sarah B's blog:

"I sometimes think quietly to myself that the Katrina disaster was G-d's punishment on the United States for forcing Israel to abandon their land. Who knows..."



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hate these people who claim that God smites large swaths of people for the actions of a few. These people are ignoramuses and are missing the point. Get over gush katif already! It's not a second holocost. No one died except for that stupid lady who lit herself on fire. While I sympathize with those who were forced to move they can't complain too much because they were given plenty of warning and compensation. Most people choose to be in denial and not make plans for the day after which I find is highly irresponsble

Fri Sep 02, 05:18:00 PM 2005  
Blogger Karban Nesanel said...

like i said before, i didnt say i was right, but i said it could be possible, its a thought.

dude, gush katif was only 2 weeks ago...and i never said the disengagement was the 2nd holocaust.

you are right though, i agree that they should have just gone, and not stay til the very end to just live in these tent cities and have nothing.

Fri Sep 02, 07:32:00 PM 2005  
Blogger Zalman said...

Putting everything in biblical terms seems absurd in our day and age of rationality. Maybe even Sodom was just a natrual disaster with a nice story attached to it...these things always get convoluted over history...

Sat Sep 03, 08:23:00 PM 2005  
Blogger Shir Chadash said...

Think about it- two weeks after America pushed and pushed for the disengagement (and don't even get me started on the false and biases terminology...), the percentage of the Israeli population who were displaced and are now "refugees" is .017%. Guess what percentage of American citizens are "refugees" from New Orleans and area- .017%. What does that tell you?

Mon Sep 05, 10:10:00 AM 2005  

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