December 27, 2008
Tsafrir Ronen Z'L.
I received word this morning of the untimely passing of my friend and fighter for Israel, Tsafrir Ronen. I echo the sentiments of Women in Green
Women in Green are shocked, pained and in mourning over the untimely death of our dear friend Tsafrir Ronen Z'L.Just the day before his passing he told me that he just got word that Israel Broadcasting Authority was going to finance a four hour documentary on his article Hadrian's Curse: The Invention of Palestine as a Psychological Weapon for Conquering Eretz Yisrael . He was so excited. He was to produce it. He will be sorely missed by those who knew him.
A proud and fearless Jew, Tsafrir fought for Eretz Israel with all his heart and soul.
He never flinched from expressing, in every possible forum, the spiritual and historical truth of the Jewish People in its Land.
Women in Green pledge to continue in his path the struggle for Eretz Israel.
We will miss him - his wonderful personality. His humor. His speeches. His words of strength. His courage. His optimism.
We will always remember him and draw strength from his spiritual power. may his memory be blessed.
Nadia Matar - Anita Finkelstein
Women in Green
The funeral will be tomorrow Sunday in the community of Moledet in the Galil. For the exact hour pleas check arutz 7. We were told that it will be around 2:30pm.
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This was terribly shocking news for us. Tsafrir was someone we had come to know very well. His plans, his grand ideas…. what will be of them?
This week's Parsha was Miketz. Much is concentrated on Yosef the dreamer and his ability to save a country from the brink of disaster. Today we lost such a dreamer.
Here is a picture I took a little over a year ago in Homesh, the beautiful Shomron hiltop community plowed flat by the Israeli government and its "defence" forces. Tsafrir in on the left, and his good friend and twin fighter for Eretz Yisrael, Boaz Ha'Etzni, son of Elyakim Ha'Etzni.
Tsafrir was at the head of efforts to keep on putting Homesh back on the map. Tomorrow was supposed to be a march to Homesh. Unfortunetly the march was cancelled because of security concerns resulting from today's Israel military actions.
We will continue marching to Homesh. We will continue to build, no matter how many times the government knocks us down. In memory of Tsafrir, we won't stop.
We miss him. May his memory be blessed.
Comment by Shy Guy — December 27, 2008 @ 3:23 pm
We miss him. May his memory be blessed. Amen
Comment by yamit82 — December 27, 2008 @ 3:39 pm
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