Tinokot Shel Beit Rabban Against Disengagement
Some from the JBlogosphere have criticized the use of children in protests against the Disengagement.
However, I doubt that even they would object to this form of protest mentioned by Ladaat.net (my translation):
Today (Monday), there will be organized - in many areas around Israel - prayers of the Tinokot Shel Beit Rabban [loosely translated as Torah-learning children] with the purpose of nullifying the decree of the expulsion of Jews from Gush Katif. In some of the locations where the prayers will be organized, expensive prizes will be distributed to the kids. In flyers that were publicized recently, the children were called upon to bring their friends. It's understood, that just as Mordechai Hatzaddik was successful in preventing the decree in Shushan Habirah - in the merit of the Tinokot Shel Beit Rabban, so too this time, the kids will be successful to prevent the harsh decree that hovers over the inhabitants of Gush Katif and all of Israel.
After I translated it, I realized that Arutz Sheva also mentions it here.
Also from Ladaat.net, certain rabbis have asked people to recite the following chapters of Tehillim: