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Friday, August 26, 2005

Land for Peace Sham Update

A) A border policeman was stabbed in the neck Friday morning by a Palestinian at the Abed roadblock that guards the western gate entrance to the Machpela Cave in Hebron.

b) In the Gaza Strip, a mortar shell was fired at an IDF base located near the northern Gaza security fence. The shell exploded near the base, but no one was wounded and no damage was caused.

- Shragie vacations in amshinov plus or minus a week

4 Comments:

  • At 8/26/2005 7:45 AM, Blogger AMSHINOVER said…

    as bibi said leaving gaza only emboldens terrorists

     
  • At 8/26/2005 8:45 AM, Anonymous lkwdguy said…

    "as bibi said"

    when it didn't matter anymore. After everything was inevitable. When there was no poltical risk.

     
  • At 8/26/2005 8:54 AM, Blogger Shragie said…

    What did Bibi say?

     
  • At 8/31/2005 7:52 AM, Blogger Zvi said…

    Katrina's message

    Chevera, this is a forwarded message with an interesting take on current events. sorry about the mangles ksav ashuris.
    Rebbe Nachman of Breslev teaches that we must constantly search for
    the Divine message in all the events of our lives, since Hashem
    speaks to us by way of our environment.

    At the time of this writing, hurricane Katrina has been declared a
    national emergency in the USA; her winds now exceed 175 mph (nearly
    300 km/hour). She's a mere one hundred miles from the US coast, and
    approaching at a foreboding 13 miles per hour. Authorities in
    Louisiana have ordered hundreds of thousands of people to flee from
    their homes.

    Katrina is hitting just as the bulldozers are completing the
    destruction of Gush Katif. The Talmud teaches that Hashem administers
    the world according to the "ATFAT" principle, in other words, "a turn
    for a turn" (for an elaboration of the ATFAT principle, see Chapter
    Six of The Trail to Tranquility). My heart tells me that there's a
    link between the forced expulsion of 8500 people from their blood,
    sweat, and tear-soaked homes in Israeli Gaza and between the nearly
    850,000 people who are forced to flee from their homes in Louisiana.
    Sharon, at the prodding of the American government, has destroyed
    hallowed centers of prayer, Torah learning, and settlement in the
    Land of Israel. Hashem isn't wasting much time in showing His wrath.
    In fact, Katrina has chosen Ms. Rice's home state as a target; I
    humbly believe that the unfortunate people of Louisiana can blame Mr.
    Bush and Ms. Rice for their misfortune. This is a classic ATFAT
    situation: He who creates exiles in the Holy Land, will have a
    hundred-fold exiles in his own land.

    A bizarre turn of events - for weeks, the media was savoring over
    the confrontations between Jewish settlers and Jewish soldiers; now,
    similar pictures are pouring over the wire from New Orleans. In the
    above photo, courtesy of Reuters, a National Guardsman holds back
    people seeking refuge in the Louisiana Superdome, Sunday afternoon.A
    coincidence? I don't believe in coincidences.

    Katrina, written ÷èøéðä in Hebrew, has a numerical equivalent of 374.
    Two relevant passages in Torah share the exact numerical equivalent
    of 374 also: øòä âîìåê, or "They have done you evil" (see Gen.
    50:17), and éí áéáùä, or "The sea upon land" (see Exodus 14:15). The
    former passage may be an indication as to the spiritual cause of
    Katrina, while the latter passage describes the physical
    manifestation.

    Mr. Bush and Ms. Rice, I implore you to repent, to ask Hashem's
    forgiveness for destroying a flourishing part of Israel. Cancel all
    your demands for further territorial concessions in Israel. If by
    your initiative more Jews are rendered homeless, G-d forbid, I
    shudder to think of what could happen. Please take Katrina very
    seriously, for she is a no-nonsense messenger from The Almighty.

    --------------------------------------------


    Shalom,
    Rabbi Ariel Bar Tzadok
    Yeshivat Lev Torah - Collel Benei N'vi'im
    koshertorah1@yahoo.com

     

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