qroqqa, whether you believe in the ten commandments or not, and whether you want to post the name of God on wordie as a linguistic curiosity in itself is not the issue. The post is an entire sentence excerpted from Jewish liturgy. If you're going to do that, you ought to be respectful about it. This wasn't.
Prolagus, I beg to differ. It is Not respectful to quote some of the holiest words of another's religion in a manner which contradicts one of the central teachings of that religion, namely in this case not to take the Lord's name in vain. Furthermore, it is not respectful to mock those words by joking that they mean "how much is that doggy in the window?" Even Jewish prayer texts do not write out the full name of the Lord. If you want to express your admiration for Jewish liturgy, don't do it by breaking one of the ten commandments: it's demeaning to the words you quote.
Political views aside as to whether it ought to be, I am merely making a factual point. Currently, Palestine is not a country. (Furthermore, I don't see why preference ought to be given to those who think it ought to be a country. If the issue is beyond the scope of Wordie, one shouldn't promote Palestinian nationalism either.)