BibleSearchers - Pioneers seeking new lands to live, settle, and bring under the dominion of man has been one of the greatest commands given by the G-d of Creation. The American legend has been filled with the stories of the colonists moving from the 13 Original Colonies to the west and settling in the land in which they believed that the G-d of Israel had given to them as their “Promised Land”. This concept is carried as sacred history in the mythos of the United States of America. This is now better understood as the early colonists came predominately from Great Britain, the Netherlands and the lands in Northern Europe that were settled with the Lost Tribes of the House of Israel.
Part of the early histories of America was the conflicts between the pioneers in the West in conflict with the agents purporting to represent Washington D.C. in 19th century America. These conflicts have now become part also of the mythos of the sacred responsibility of America today. It is not fascination that the American Lost Tribers of the House of Israel that were the predominate colonists that first traversed the Land of America in covered wagons to settle in the Great West. The lands that were once settled by pioneering Jewish settlers are today great cities such as Gilo near Jerusalem. Consider this following story by Israel National News as part of the Jewish legends that will someday become part of the future Greater Israel.
Israel National News – “For the first time, Civil Administration inspectors enforcing the government-imposed construction freeze did not merely issue orders against building starts, but rather destroyed the foundations of one such "infraction." It occurred in the Shomron (Samaria) community of Revavah.
The ten-month freeze on Jewish construction in Judea and Samaria was called three months ago, under heavy American pressure. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and other government ministers have said that it would not last longer than ten months, but other officials have raised doubts as to whether Israel would actually be able to bring itself to buck international pressure and resume Jewish construction in these areas.
The inspectors arrived in Revavah in the middle of the night, “sneaking in the back way,” according to the residents. “They did not announce their arrival, but rather came through the fields,” residents said. “They could have been suspected of being terrorists, and there could even have been shots fired back and forth.”
Revavah spokesperson Naama Vachnish said, “Their behavior was cowardly and shameful. They chose to act on lots that have building permits, in an anti-Zionist manner. Despite this, however, Revavah will continue to build and develop with even more force.”
Dagan: Netanyahu's Fault
Yossi Dagan of the Shomron Residents Committee placed the blame on Netanyahu: “This is another step towards his new position on the political left. We do not accept his cowardly hiding behind Defense Minister Ehud Barak; destruction of this nature does not happen without the Prime Minister’s knowledge.”
The Knesset Land of Israel Forum, too, opposes the incident. Headed by Chairmen MKs Aryeh Eldad and Ze’ev Elkin, the forum protested against the destruction, and added that it was ill-timed in taking place only a week after a terrorist murdered an IDF soldier at nearby Tapuach Junction.”
By Hillel Fendel – Israel National News – February 20, 2010