Miramar - City In Argentine Joins Israel

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posted on Mar, 16 2010 @ 09:20 AM
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Israels future has been unsecured from its day one. Yes, and situation is heating again - But is that only "promised land" for King Davids people to stay, or is there another option in earth, if situation in Jerusalem gets impossible to hold, and Jews are ousted from Palestine, like threatened?

Another solution - totally another place where to evacuate Jerusalem after true intifada... To Argentine! Yep - seems to be that there really is another solution, and by news - Jews are highly welcome there. Miramar - or do we say Miramax, and its Hollywood bulevard?

This news is where it belongs, in "Skunk Works" - but interesting history and a Jewish community with its great influence there is...

An Argentinean beach town goes Jewish



"Beach goers in the Argentine resort town of Miramar join in Israeli dancing on the beach!"


The Jewish connection to Miramar dates back to the 19th century, when a ship full of Jews fleeing persecution in Europe arrived at Argentina’s shores in 1891. Financed by Baron Hirsch, the Pampa first landed at the port of Buenos Aires. The refugees were supposed to be housed in the province of Entre Rios, but their housing complex was not ready and the ship was ordered to sail farther south.

The prestigious La Nacion newspaper recently dubbed Miramar the star of the Argentine coast. If Miramar is a star, it’s a Star of David.

www.jta.org...





posted on Mar, 16 2010 @ 09:58 AM
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I dont think the Muslims will be able to kick the jews out of that area... They have tried on many occasions and it hasnt worked... But There are many Pro-Jew areas around the world... But I doubt Argentina would allow one of its cities to leave and create its own Jewish state.



posted on Mar, 16 2010 @ 11:17 AM
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I don't think Jews will be outs from Palestine- There's still the land before the 1967 war, if they had to leave the land they took over after 1967, they could still go to the lands within the original border, which is doubtful, a lot would fight not to leave.





 
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