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Friday, November 23, 2007

Message From Leah Crimea

Leah Crimea is an old friend of mine. She sent this and asked me to post it:
Boruch Hashem, 11 Kislev, 5768


As you know, Israel's Prime Minister, Mr. Ehud Olmert, is actively planning to help establish – G-d forbid – a PLO state in Judah, Samaria and Gaza, with its capital in East Jerusalem. You don't need to be alerted to the dreadful danger this would constitute for every one of our Jewish brothers and sisters in the Holy Land. Such a state would be a terror base exposing all Israel to bombings and weapons of mass destruction, G-d forbid.

You can help prevent this fearsome outcome in two ways:

1) On the spiritual level: As the Lubavitcher Rebbe always emphasized at such times,Torah, tefila and tzedaka can nullify our enemies, as well as the taking other mitzvos upon ourselves.

2) On the material level: Please send NOW a clear, concise letter of protest – in firm but dignified language. The letter should a) express your outrage at even discussing and negotiating on such a plan, b) point out the dreadful danger to the lives of all Israel's citizens if such a terror-state thugocracy of murderers would be established or if Jerusalem would be partitioned, G-d forbid.

The letter, addressed to Mr. Ehud Olmert, Prime Minister of Israel, Jerusalem, should be faxed immediately to his office – fax number 972-2-654-6717 (the regular phone number of his office is 972-3-610898).

Also, please pass this on, and encourage other members of your community to do the same, sending different letters in their own words.

This should result in tens of thousands of protest letters pouring in from around the globe. This storm of protest has every chance of persuading Israel's government to change its mind and refuse to give in to international pressure.

May our determined stand on this vital issue speed the revelation of Moshiach NOW!

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