Thursday, August 18, 2005

Photo Blog: Gush Katif Protests, Where was everybody?

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I don't understand what happened! I joined my uncle and a small group of about 30 cars, from Har Nof, that set out for Gush Katif on Monday night. We stopped at a rest stop as we approached the area and hit road blocks.

There we so many people there! There was praying and singing and dancing and everyone was looking at maps and discussing how to take back road and dirt roads to evade the police road blocks. Everyone was pumped!

The plan was to have the small groups all meet up in four location: Ashkelon, Netivot, Sderot and Ofakim. Our group was directed towards Ofakim. I'm telling you - there were so many people there! They had a massive rally and discussed the plans. Spirits were high. We were going to stop this evil thing!

But that's when I started feeling something was amiss. The plan was for us to drive several kilometers then park the car and walk 10 kilometers till we reached an oasis area. There we were going to camp out for the whole Tuesday and head down another 7 kilometers for Gush Katif along will thousands of others as the deadline for the voluntary expulsion expired. The idea was if we simply block all the roads in and out the expulsion can’t happen. At the same time the limited resources involved in the disengagement would have to be devoted to us and with the government coalition as shaky as it is, any delay could ultimately be a fatal blow to the Sharon government and to disengagement forever.

But half the group - or even more than half the group objected to the plan. Camp there for a day?! “We don’t have food, we don’t have water!” Biblical history repeats itself. But I’m being very rough and unfair. They did make a good rational argument. The sun is hot and without adequate amounts of water – the sun would be dangerous – even fatal. It made more sense to go home and return the next night if that was we when they needed us to converge on Gush Katif. The argument to proceed was - how do you even know you will be able to reach Ofakim. Today you are here. Why go backwards? Most of the “Har Nof” group went back, but nine cars proceeded as planed.

The journey down proved to be a challenge. We drove on all sorts of dirt roads in pitch black darkness in the dead of the night. We drove though some very beautiful villages with large houses that would easily blend in with neighborhoods in Long Island, New York. Then we passed this lovely little Kibbutz - I think it was called Patish. And there were families stitting outside and taking pictures. We spoke to a little girl who was all excited and said they never have seen so much traffic pass through and that cars had been streaming through all night. Indeed as we continued we would spot other groups of cars doing the same thing we were and some groups were even as large as 50-60 cars.

We drove and drove and came to a road that leads directly into an Army Tent City (called Reim I think?). Well the army was not about to let us drive that way, although that’s the direction the plan called for us to head towards. Two army vehicles blocked the road. We turned left. The army vehicles followed us probably to make sure we left the area.

So we stopped to regroup and decide on a new plan. Some of the teenagers in the group went to chat with the soldiers. One of the soldiers was really friendly and gave us all sorts of tips. He even pointed to a map, “take this road here, make a left here – don’t go that other way because they will arrest you, but you could probably get close if you go this way instead.” Ect.

The next leg of the journey, involved more dirt road, and driving off dirt road with headlights shut off at 2 miles an hour so as not to be seen or heard. I wasn’t about to take all too many flash pictures at that point. Not a good idea if you are trying to hide from the police and army. At one point we realized we couldn’t drive any further and decided all the drivers would drive the cars back and the rest of the group would proceed on foot.

We hiked through a farm – I’m fairly certain we were walking on fertilizer at one point. And then something interesting happened. Instead of about 30 of us from “Har Nof” there were about 300 people walking in the same direction. We had merged with two other groups headed the same way – including a large group from Shilo.

The terrain changed from flat farmland to very ridged with deep valleys and steep hills. We proceed as the sun began to rise.

The sun was not our friend. We were supposed to reach the oasis before sunrise. But we were a few hours behind schedule. We would have to contend with the heat.

We met another protester who told us his group headed over the mountain the same way we were headed and met a unit of army troops that promptly arrested them. He escaped to warn us. We took a detour to the right.

There were a few soldiers there as well and they spotted us. We headed, very quickly to the left of our original route instead. This meant lots of extra walking as the sun started heating up.

But then something truly miraculous happened. It got cloudy! There were even some really thick black clouds. And they blocked out the sun for another four hours until we reached a shady area safely. Someone said it never gets cloudy down there in the summer.

We had to cross over the main road into Gaza. A TV News camera crew spotted us and started filming. . .

A police officer also spotted us. “Police, Police, Halt!” he called out. But there was one of him and 300 of us. We proceed with much haste.

I didn’t take a picture of it because I didn’t want to get them in trouble, but a few soldiers ran after us... not to arrest us but the offer encouragement. They even showed some of the younger kids their weapons.

Ahh, nothing like davening Shacharit out in the open field.

We reached a shady area and made camp – and coffee.

And rested... finally!

This is what the sun did to sunflowers!

Bad news. We found out from Yesha central command that we were the ONLY group to get so close to Gush Katif. Everybody else, 5000 people who attempted that first night, were either turned around and sent home or arrested. We had to decide what we could do as we could not stick to the original plan without thousands more with us.

Half the group decides that afternoon to go and block the Kissufim crossing, the main road in and out of Gaza, and get arrested. (The other half would do the same after nightfall.)

Mogen Dovid Adom arrives and supplies us with plenty of water (remember those that complained about water earlier?)

Some of the locals also visit us and bring supplies and words of encouragement.

As sunset approaches another group meets up with us.

He brought a keyboard and played a song he wrote about the whole current situation – and how lots of ahavat yisrael is needed.

Sing Along!

We were off to block the Kissufim Crossing.

Our group wasn’t all that large but it managed to block to road for almost an hour and a half. I slipped away to take some pictures (and video clips.) The police were very gentle and basically a police van pulled up and if you wanted to get arrested you got on and if not you walked away.

Right after our group, another group, apparently very large blocked the other side of the road. I saw loads of troops and police running down the road and then no less than 12 egged busses used to arrest all the protesters.

You can’t tell from the picture but the protesters were all singing and dancing as the bus passed by. They are happy that at least they did everything they could to prevent this evil plan from taking place.

They were there.

The question I have is where was everybody else?

12/27/05 Update: For links to more postings from this photo series click here.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i waz on mach hach w/ bnei akiva. i will always ware my own made orange braclett. if mot w/ a program i would have been in aza fightin 4 eretz ysrael

1:46 PM  
Blogger Shanah said...

Todah rabah for posting your journey with pictures for those of us who can't be in Yisrael at this time to support our mishpocha.

Please know that there are many of us here in America who are crying prayers to HaShem along with everyone in Yisrael. We are demanding answers from our government for supporting such a monstrous plan, and we are demanding change. Truthfully, though, I know that your actions as protestors are making the most powerful statement to our government here, as well as on High. I have no doubt that HaShem will redeem us, and we will soon again be in the Gush, and in all of the land Adonai has promised to us.

Thank you again for keeping us updated, and for letting the world see with their own eyes the images of Disengagement. We must bear witness, so that when HaShem does deliver us, we will not allow ourselves, or our children, or our children's children to ever forget what will happen if we, as a nation, turn our hearts from our G-d and put our faith in human hands.

1:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can only say.... truly inspiring.. I wish that I could have joined you... sadly I was only here in America davening for you.

2:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are right. I should have come from Massachusetts and been there with you.

2:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beautiful!! Activists Unite! From every point in the world. We shall overcome the evil, hurtful forces!!

2:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Praise the Lord!

We are a group of Christians in Austria, praying and fasting for you. Weeping as we see and hear the news. Adonai will win in the end. We firmly believe that you will possess all the land He has promised to you in the Tanakh.

Hazak, hazak, v'nit'chazek!


3:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shalom Shalom w'kol hakavod l'chem.

The gemorrah records as stated by Rambam that a born Israel (Jew) who desecrates Shabboth in public should be killed, without a court, by anyone, and it is a Miswah Gadol (Big Commandment).
He also says they are "lo Israel" (not a Jew).This may strike the modern Jewish mind as detestable, most of authentic Torah strikes the hellenist influenced Jewish mind in such a way.

The Law (halakha) states if a Jewish King, from the House of David orders you to violate a Torah command, you do not listen to him. If he sends agents, you make war on them.
If this is true for a legitimate King of Israel, how much more so for one who violates Shabboth in public and orders the utter destruction and desecration of Beiti Knesset (synagogues) and entire cities of Israel? And who is not a legitimate King of Israel??!!

Our problem is we can not make a distinction (havdalah) between one who is guilty of gross Torah violation to the extent that he and his agents are no longer Israel, but ahve the status of a rodef (one who is going to kill you so you must kill him first). You should have been armed and this entire event would have turned out a LOT different if we had even threatened the use of force. We are such "nice Jews" we swore we would not raise a finger against the rasha (wicked one) and we are crying with tears because he believed us? Because he came and beat us? We told him he was permitted and we would not do anything and we now cry because he did what he said?

Perhaps my fellow Jews we should next time obey Hashem and make war on the wicked bastard or at least do some good bluffing. It happened once, (yamit) shame on them ----it happened twice (Gush) shame on us!

Yesha Strong Jew

4:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Pinchas-Your photo survey is historic and hopefully will mean alot to the peole of Gush-Katif-and to Hashem as well! This is true Mesirut Shamayim. My husband was in one of thd other groups from Gush etzion who was discovered around 4 km from Kisufim Nd threatened with arrests. Some of his group were brutally dragged out of their cars by the police included a 65 year old female driver! In adition her car door was fored open and her keys taken. She asnd a few others were indeed arrested but later on released. My husband was part of another group who came again on Tuesday and managed to reach the Reim army camp but he too said that we all needed the 10s of thousands who were in kfar maimon Ofakim etc!!

4:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lets concetrade on the future , what can we do right now that the dream of our enemies who are celebrating "THE BEGINING OF THE END FOR ISRAEL"
does not continue to happen by our own people.

evry citizen shuld write to each and evry politician (that in a democracy is supposed to represent them) and demand that they sponsor/support a bill in the kneset or congress (depending where you belong) for a law requiering a majority of 75% in a referendum before a governement can give up any land.

and lets not forget the lesson that we shuld never never rely on any politician especialy on one that does not fear G-D .

lets look forward to the future, that thru learning from our mistakes and correcting them we shuld be
in a situation to deserve all the tremendous GOODS
that hashem ys' wants to pour on his nation.

5:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You peaple are so special---the salt of the earth. Moshiach is one step closer! Dont worry.

I wish I could be there with you all. But I did go to the Tishabav Prayer Pigils and Protests by the U.N. and Times square,Manhatten etc.

I live in Brooklyn and on my street, I look out the window and I see ON EVERY TREE and pole, there is an orange ribbon. All over I see Orange ribbons on on the jewish cars. Also I see cars with banners on them saying "Giving away Gaza is a reward to terror" etc.

Peaple young and old are wearing those famous orange bracelets. Just know that many Americn Jews do care and feel the pain......

Moshiach Now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Chaya M

6:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here in america, we are so proud of you! i was there (in Gush Katif) this past month, and i couldnt believe what they had built up! Thank you for the very emotinal picturs, and all i can say to those who went on this big "tiyul" is YASHER KOACH! Go do whatever you can do to stop the dreadful disengagment, and may we merit to see Moshiach right now, and sharon and all the other evil politicians will see what is right! DO ALL THAT YOU CAN DO, AND BE ALL THAT YOU CAN BE! GO FIGHT AND STOP THE DISENGAGMENT NOW!!!!!!!!! AMEN

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pinchas-you did an amazing job under the circumstances. My husband left his job as a physician in Brooklyn to show support and to help, however necessary. A Druze commander permitted the group of 25 to enter. My husband stayed with the yeshiva for a week until forced out. He attended a hachnosas sefer torah and the dedication of the new mikveh before being removed. He said that the davening there was uplifting and so awesome yet he now feels as though "we failed the test." May Hashem reward all the efforts expended and allow us back to our land, speedily in our time.

6:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gusk Katif is just the begining, get ready for the rest of Yesha and oh yes...Jerusalem.

Are we still gonna throw flowers at the bad guys?

6:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Leshana Haba'a B'Yerusholayim"

7:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am in Canada (Vancouver) praying for you!

7:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yishar koach
i wish i was there 2 support, but unfortunetly i'm stuck in atlanta georgia u.s.a.
if this doesnt bring masiach then i dont know wat will!!

8:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you sure you know what your doing is whats best for the jews? time to move out and pray for moshiach

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you did a wonderful job portraying what went on.i am in the catskills in ny state and i am a witness to the fact that many people up here davened and cried for all of you.if there is any consolation to you maybe it will be in the knowledge that jews all over the world were "mit-a-ched" in their tefilot and that hopefully this will bring our geula closer.

9:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pinchas, you are amazing, and a real man of God. I salute you, and want you to know I aspire to the type of honesty and courage you exemplify.

Thanks for the realness.

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i agree but i reallyyyyy wanted to dome here from melbourne im really really really sorry!

10:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From a Christian in Florida: my congregation is a strong supporter of what you are doing, and we are heartbroken over the expulsion taking place. We believe that you will someday inherit the land promised to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.....all of it, not just a small carved-up piece of it! Our prayers are with you in this dificult time...and also we pray for your IDF brothers who are in distress over this. We pray that you all will be restored and healed, and that this will not tear apart Israel.

11:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pinchas, thank you for sharing your journey to Gush Katif,with notes and all. I wish I could've joined you. You are probably right, where was everybody else, if thousands of people would've been there it would've (maybe)helped. You will have something great to tell your children, that you did all you could to stop this horror. I really enjoyed those pictures

11:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The youth of Israel encourages me. The Third Temple must be rebuilt soon.

12:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great blog. I'm so proud of your really heroic efforts to all the Jews around the world. Waking up in the morning and watching what was going on live on TV was horrific to say the least. I sat in the breakfast room and wept for hours throughout the day—feeling helpless, like nothing but saying tehillim could help at this point. Thank you for going out, making the trip, on my behalf, on our before, and on behalf of all the Jewish people throughout the world.

12:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You understood more than all the Rabbis what needed to be done

Look out for a book to come out in a few weeks called "WHEN SILENCE IS A SIN"

Sydney Australia

2:04 AM  
Blogger Ezzie said...

Yiasher Koach.

4:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Moche from Paris (unfortunately),

Thank you so much for your journey to save Gush and for this report...
Ich koach...
Kol Ha Kavod...
Tizke la Mitzvot
Chabbat Chalom,

4:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please KNOW that HASHEM Sees your brave acts for the sake of Heaven.
I am the manager of Jewish org on MSN. Please keep us informed as to what is happening with you. I am so proud of you all!!!!!


12:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


As I look at the photos I can oly cry in sadnes, that
Your Goverment has put its self above G-d.
That Land was given to Israel by the Lord our G-d, and no man has any right to give it away.

Your enemy is like a shoal ( hell ) it will newer say enough. They will newer be satisfied, and how can they be the g-d they serve is always looking to kill and destroy.

What Man has giwen away the G-o will restore seven fold.

Our Prayers are with all Jews in the World.


3:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was deeply touched by your pictorial evidence of the disengagement. Thank you for documenting it for all of us to see first hand. It is truly a shame that we all don't have the gumption that all of you did. May we be zoche to see all of Israel united speedily in our days. At this point it is clear that that will happen only through the grace of G-d, and not through any government, because there aren't enough "men " who truly care to stand up, make a difference and do what's right .

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yasher Koach!


4:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Everyday this week I read the stories and cried and prayed for HaShem to stop this. Now I am encouraging people to wear orange in support. No matter what people try to tell you, you are not standing alone. Although we can't all be there with you physically as we would like to, we stand with you spiritually and in prayer before the Mighty G-d of Israel - who in the end will win. Unfortunately my government (USA) has chosen to pressure your government into going against the Torah and Tanakh with this evil plan and will be cursed in the end because of it. We can only pray for Mashiach to return quickly to save us all.

9:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My wife and I, from Melbourne, Australia, very much wanted to come to participate in the protest and try to infiltrate into Gush Katif, and we tried to raise money for it, but we were unsuccessful. We were involved instead with protests here.

We say kol hakavod to all the protesters--at least you can say that you did your best, and didn't sit idly by when Jewish lives were endangered by concession of land vital for the security of the 5 million inhabitants of the Holy Land, and that you fulfilled the obligation not to stand idly by your brothers' blood.

Chizku ve'imtzu,
Moshiach NOW!

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you, Pinchas, for your pictures. May HaShem reward you and all of us with the coming of Moshiach NOW! Ad mosai?? Until when?? How much longer do we have to prove to Hashem that we are loyal to Him? How many thousands of years have we suffered? Enough already!
Sarah, Melbourne

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where was everybody else? The same place they are when we stand in front of abortion mills where 4000 die each day in the U.S. The same place they were when the trains went by with cars full of Jews and prisoners of war. The same place they will be when the elections come. Saying "I would not make any difference..." But in their hearts surely they know they would if they would, like you, follow the leading of the LORD and ACT!

12:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that if I were there, I'd have more emunah, regarding the food/water situtation, though I won't judge too harshly, since I'm not in their place. We commend you for acting so bravely to save our land, and your efforts WILL NOT be in vain! Moshiach will come now, through our actions, and all of Eretz Yisroel will be ours in Peace, with Moshiach, FOREVER.

10:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanksntonevery one for their response concerning the photo's and their support towards this expulson. Truly HaShem is looking on in every household to who is hurting and praying for his love ones. I am certain He is going to bless everyone who has done his best in response to this horriable nightmare. May the Moshach come now and set up His throne in Yerusalem. Love to all of you who responded on this web site, and to those in the expulsion, your reward will be greater still. Shalom!

1:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also asked, where was everybody, and your photo blog provided a partial answer for me. We were in a group of about 20 cars that left Monday afternoon from Neve Tsuf. We had a similar experience during the night. We reached very very close to Kisufim by 5 am, and then also had the crushing experience of being told to stay put, hide out during the day, and set out during the night to be in place only on Wednesday morning. During the day, the group was caught by the army and sent away.
Very frustrating, to say the least. Very disappointing leadership, or lack thereof, from Moetset Yesha.

1:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for the pictures. My 2 girls were also down there, but didn't bother taking pictures. They maintain that Moetztet Yesha wasn't doing much practically speaking, that it was the young people who then took things into their own hands, renting buses and directing people after the private cars were stopped. Who's to know - mishamayim, bad leadership, lack of people....? The story isn't over yet, and the ahavat chinam displayed and all the thilim said surely will not go to waste. MOSHIACH NOW!

6:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We can take hope in the words of HaShem, as recorded by Yo'el HaNavi - "In those days and at that time, when I restore the fortunes of Y'hudah and Yerushalayim, I will gather all nations and bring them down to the Valley of Y'hoshafat. There I will enter into judgment against them
concerning my inheritance, my people Yisra'el, for they scattered my people among the nations and divided up my land.
They cast lots for my people and traded boys for prostitutes; they sold girls for wine that they might drink. Now what have you against me, O Tzor and Tzidon and all you regions of P'leshet? Are you repaying me for something I have done? If you are paying me back, I will swiftly and speedily return on your own heads what you have done. For you took my silver and my gold and carried off my finest treasures to your temples. You sold the people of Y'hudah and Yerushalayim to the Greeks, that you might send them far from their homeland. See, I am going to rouse them out of the places to which you sold them, and I will return on your own heads what you have done. I will sell your sons and daughters to the people of Y'hudah, and they will sell them to the men of Sh'va, a nation far away.' Adonai has spoken. Proclaim this among the nations: Prepare for war! Rouse the warriors! Let all the fighting men draw near and attack. Beat your plowshares into swords and your pruning hooks into spears. Let the weakling say, 'I am strong!' Come quickly, all you nations from every side, and assemble there. Bring down your warriors, O Adonai! 'Let the nations be roused; let them advance into the Valley of Y'hoshafat, for there I will sit
to judge all the nations on every side. Swing the sickle, for the harvest is ripe. Come, trample the grapes, for the winepress is full
and the vats overflow- so great is their wickedness!' Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision! For the day of Adonai is near in the valley of decision.
The sun and moon will be darkened,
and the stars no longer shine.
16 Adonai will roar from Tziyon
and thunder from Yerushalayim;
the earth and the sky will tremble. But Adonai will be a refuge for his people, a stronghold for the people of Yisra'el. 'Then you will know that I, Adonai Elohim, dwell in Tziyon, my holy hill. Yerushalayim will be holy; never again will foreigners invade her. In that day the mountains will drip new wine,
and the hills will flow with milk;
all the ravines of Y'hudah will run with water. A fountain will flow out of Adonai's house
and will water the valley of acacias. But Mitzrayim will be desolate, Edom a desert waste,
because of violence done to the people of Y'hudah, in whose land they shed innocent blood. Y'hudah will be inhabited forever and Yerushalayim through all generations. Their bloodguilt, which I have not pardoned, I will pardon.' Adonai dwells in Tziyon!

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was part of yet another small group who arrived in the Kissufim area from Ofakim on Tuesday at dawn and camped it out in the wood next to the Kisufim road for the whole of Tuesday. Repeated phone calls to the Yesha switchboard did not provide us with any indication of other groups in the area - bad organisation? By Wednesday morning we had found a few other isolated groups in the woods and went to Kissufim as a group of approx 35 people. With such small numbers we of course got arrested.
We pray with all our soul that this evil decree will nevertheless be overturned. Yoni

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish i was able to be there and so do most ppl i know-- all ive been hearing for a week "i wish i could be in gush katif....." Over and over again and i know i also said it tunzz of times. Hashem put us on the other side of the world so we can daven and try with all our might (wasnt too hard thos time...) to feel aour brothers pain, i guess your ment to protest. But dont condemn us and ask us where is everyone else, because we are doing something!!!
its really nice to see this step by step, i feel more like i was there......

12:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Were all davening for moshiach now!!!!AMEN@!!!!

12:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You were right for what you did, but obviously it was hashgacha pratis that it didn't work, at least not in a way that we can see or understand at this point. It is not possible that your actions or the prayers of Am Yisroel around the world did not make some kind of spiritual impact. So whether Am Yisroel were hiking along with you, or davening and watching A Stab in the Heart (anti-expulsion video) we impacted the situation on the same level. IT DIDN'T WORK! Hashem wanted it to happen, (yerida l'tzorech aliyah), and through our combined efforts we did what we could. As a side opinion, it looks so bad because that's what going to happen before mashiach comes...

3:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing! it was truly inspiring and it broke my heart to see that you could be so courageous and all of the others out there with you.
I wished more than anything else that I could have been there at that time. I am stuck here in America. I hope to live in Israel soon.

9:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...




2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thank you for such an inspiring photo-journal

2:21 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

شركة رش مبيدات بالدمام
شركة عزل خزانات بالدمام
شركة عزل اسطح بالدمام
شركة تخزين اثاث بالدمام
شركة عزل مائي بالرياض

شركة تخزين عفش بالرياض
شحن عفش داخل السعودية
شركة نقل اثاث مكة
شركة كشف تسربات المياه بالدمام
شركة تنظيف خزانات بجدة
شركات تنظيف فى جدة

1:50 AM  
Blogger reda gamal 01220689236 said...

شركة مكافحة حشرات بابها
ارخص شركة نقل عفش بابها

شركة مكافحة نمل ابيض بابها

9:43 AM  

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