Eyewitness: Havat Gilad, West Bank: What can you see?


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Jewish settler children in the back of a tractor before the festival of Purim commemorating the deliverance of the Jewish people from a plot to exterminate them in ancient Persia.


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  1. Luke
    February 24, 2013 at 10:24 am

    Haha I think that the tractor front wheels are of the ground because of all the children in the trailer. I wonder if the man is taking the kids to school because there is a lot of children in that trailer or are the children going to a party because there is ballons and people in costumes. The tractor looks very very old Hope it dosent break!

  2. Heidie
    February 26, 2013 at 8:01 am

    Wow the trailor looks very old and looks like it culd break. The tractor looks very old too. Rusty too.
    Are they celebrating something? I think so because they have balloons and dressed up. Else they are just doing it for fun and wanted to catch peoples attention. I hope the man on the top of the tractor doesnt falln off! It looks like he is uncomfortable to me…..
    On the small hills in the backround, are they water tanks? Are all of these people from a school? Are these people locals? How many people participated? Why did they dress up? Why did they choose a trailor and tractor to ride in? Did they plan to do this?

  3. Shontae
    February 26, 2013 at 9:11 am

    I can observe people in afro clown wigs and an old old rusty trailor and tractor balloons kids cameras. Sorry I am not writing much I am just going to have a shower.

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