The IDF builds a bakery for 12,000 Syrian refugees on Golan border

DEBKAfile’s sources report that an estimated 12,000 are encamped outside the Syrian Barika village 1,200 meters from the IDF’s Tel Fares positions. The IDF Thursday has built a bakery in the “Barika Camp” for bread and pitas, while also providing the refugees with water and medical treatment. On Thursday, when the bakery could not keep up with demand, a large consignment of bread was sent in by army trucks. In this sector, Israeli officers are liaising with their Syrian counterparts via UNDOF as local problems crop up.

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13 thoughts on “The IDF builds a bakery for 12,000 Syrian refugees on Golan border

  • Jul 6, 2018 @ 12:02 at 12:02
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    Excellent. All we need is to leave Syria and before you know it Israel will open a bakery in Gaza also.

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    • Jul 6, 2018 @ 13:46 at 13:46
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      You strike as the one who complains long after the restaurant re-makes your order correctly,…

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    • Jul 6, 2018 @ 14:41 at 14:41
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      Bakeries are positive and life-giving – Islamic terrorists – be they in Syria or Gaza (indistinguishable from each other) are the bane of civilization.

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    • Jul 7, 2018 @ 5:46 at 5:46
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      Throw the evil Gazans out to Assad and replace them with these Syrians who will build instead of destroy. They will appreciate a second chance more than the pro-iranian, pro-Hezbollah, pro-Assad Hamas Gazans.
      These Syrians can be a much greater asset than the Palestinians have ever been even to themselves.

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  • Jul 6, 2018 @ 17:13 at 17:13
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    Compassion and seeding a turning point of empathy in others is long been a Jewish ancestral emotional state of mind. Not to be confused with Sympathy, as some corporal pretending to be US general does….

    The ancient Greek and Roman philosophers distrusted compassion, in their view reason alone was the proper guide to conduct. This is why their civilizations were wiped out just like magic. Same for the Aztecs.

    In the Jewish tradition, God is The Compassionate one. They use to summarize all the percepts of a sound life as “That which is hateful to you, do not do to your fellow. That is the whole Torah.” But, wait, this is not all! They have a religious duty to survey their interaction with others for the specific purpose of NOT rising unnecessary thoughts of negative feelings.

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  • Jul 6, 2018 @ 21:46 at 21:46
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    What happened to the other comments that appeared in this thread a few hours ago? Censorship or technical glitch?

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    • Jul 7, 2018 @ 2:50 at 2:50
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      SOUNDS BETTER SAUDI OPENS BAKERY AND SENS WATER VIA JORDAN
      IT IS AN ARAB PROBLEM
      LETS SPEND THE MONEY ON THE OLD WW2 DEATH CAMP VICTOMS LIVING IN ISRAEL
      YOU WILL NOT CHANGE THERE HATRED FOR THE JEWS HEARTS AND MINDS .

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  • Jul 7, 2018 @ 5:23 at 5:23
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    The best way for Israel to have and keep the Golan is to set up a Golan protectorate with some of the Syrian opposition in it. Turkey is already doing something similar with Idlib for the Syrians opposed to Assad and there is no way that Turkey is going to hand over this territory to Assad. Israel’s annexation of the Golan could be made more legitimate by getting some pro Israel opposition Syrians into it and give them some semi-autonomy there. Also, kick out the pro-Assad Syrians from the Golan in exchange. Thus, neither Assad nor the Russians will be able to make claims against Israel for the Golan anymore since we can also play their dirty games.

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    • Jul 8, 2018 @ 2:38 at 2:38
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      That sounds like a great idea.

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  • Jul 7, 2018 @ 5:40 at 5:40
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    For the love of G-d please welcome these Arabs who want to be part of us and throw out those Arabs who do not want to be part of us. There are many pro-Assad Syrians in the Golan that Israel controls. Give them to Assad and let those opposed to Assad take their place. We don’t need enemies living among us but we do need friends and some of these Syrians have had their eyes opened so they know the truth of what is going on. Do not judge all Arabs the same. I would rather have these Syrians here instead of the Palestinians who can go and live with their beloved Assad in Syria.

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    • Jul 7, 2018 @ 13:27 at 13:27
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      When it comes to Jew-hate, no Islamist is to be trusted.

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  • Jul 7, 2018 @ 22:46 at 22:46
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    If any syrian becomes sick from the bakery, they’ll say the Israelis are trying to poison them. And that will be reported in the world’s press.

    palestinians and other arabs always try to twist our good deeds.

    I don’t think this will work out well for Israel.

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  • Jul 8, 2018 @ 1:31 at 1:31
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    Misguided, politically motivated Jewish “compassion.”
    Akin to picking up a sick, venomous snake — as soon as the reptile recovers, it Will bite !

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