By Ted Belman
Politicians can talk all they want but facts on the ground do the most talking. Jews are ploughing ahead putting facts on the ground.
This summer more than 50 young people will have the opportunity to participate in a working agricultural camp aimed at redeeming Jewish land in Gush Etzion. The camp will focus on farming on the Netzer Hill, and result hopefully in saving the land reserves between Alon Shvut and Elazar.
Israeli activist buys up Arab property for Jewish residency, diplomats and administration bigs be damned