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Monday, May 26, 2008

What A Web They Weave

G-d willing, Ol' Etrog Olmert and gang will be caught in it, and caught good.

It has been revealed (peculiar verb for this) that Olmert has been offering more and more and more of our HolyLand to our enemies, those who unabashedly propose by fire, by bullet, by rocket by any means in their arsenal to destroy us, G-d forbid!

We have to listen to the politicians and military of both sides very carefully; read the fine print. Shaul Mofaz is campaigning "at this time."


"Handing the Golan over to Syria at this time constitutes handing the Golan over to Iran. There will be Iranians there very soon. I am opposed to handing out deposits at the beginning of negotiations," he said. (complete article)


Mofaz is a very dangerous man. His military history make people think that he can be trusted to make the right security decisions, but like Ehud Barak, he's a Left wing politician willing to do and say anything he thinks will increase his chance of being elected. Remember that it was Barak who, during elections, offered a unilateral withdrawal from Southern Lebanon which facilitated Hizbulloh's attack on northern Israel barely two years ago.

Remember that there's no real difference between Fatah and Hamas.

France's Sarkozy is pretty blunt about his opinion of the Olmert-Livni policies:




And I have a feeling that US businessman, Morris Talansky, regrets the day he met Ehud Olmert. I'd say that most Israelis agree with him. Talansky may consider it a classic-tragic example of how good intentions lead to hell, but it's no cliche` for us. Olmert and gang are endangering the very existence of the State of Israel.

Nu, you're probably waiting for me to announce my new leader. Sorry, but so far I'm praying and searching. That's the main focus of my prayers at Tel Shiloh, just like Biblical Chana prayed for a son who would be dedicated to G-d's work and lead the people to the next stage. And our next visit to Tel Shiloh for prayers will be on Rosh Chodesh Sivan, Wednesday, June 4, 2008, 9:45am.


The Tel is open for visitors, prayers and special events at all times. For more information, call the Tourist Office of Tel Shiloh, 02-994-4019.

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