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WATCH CHILLING VIDEO: Prescient Song About Gaza Disengagement

Channel 14 journalist Yinon Magal posted a song released by Benny Elbaz [the father of famed singer Gad Elbaz] before the disengagement from Gaza in 2005.

Magal wrote: “Chilling. To listen today to the song released by Benny Elbaz before the disengagement from Gaza and not to believe.”

Elbaz sang: “It won’t be, it won’t happen. It will bring us disaster. It’s not what the nation wants.”

“They’ll arrive at our homes, they’ll drive us from our land. They’ll also want Yerushalayim. Ashkelon will break out in fire.’

‘Remember that we cried, remember that we told you. Remember that it will happen.”

“They [Palestinians] vowed to murder us. The silence will bring disaster upon us. Get up Jews and wake up. Don’t sleep, don’t be apathetic.”

Especially chilling is the image of Sderot, which was badly hit on October 7th, as he sang the words: “They’ll arrive at our homes.”

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)

4 Responses

  1. Ironic that the kibbutsnikim who rejoiced at the expulsion of jews from gush katif were themselves massacered and expelled from their homes.

  2. Ironic that the kibbutsnikim who protested the massive Hamas members’ expulsion to Lebanon in ’94 as a contravention of their ‘human rights’ ,were themselves massacred by that very same Hamas …..

  3. Naftali Coleman,
    It’s one thing reflecting on a bad decision. But passing judgment on the thousands of families affected is crossing a red line. Would you make statements like that about the 6 million kedoshim killed in the holocaust?

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