Curse of disengagement? Be afraid! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Voodoo Rabbi
    • 22.12.11 | 03:43 (IST)

    If people are being cursed for doing things the Rabbi Shalom Dov Wolpo doesn't want them to do then its time to really move back into the dark ages and bring back trials for witchcraft and sorcery! Maybe the good Rabbi should be held underwater, and if he survives he's definitely an evil sorcerer! If he drowns then he wasn't and apologies should be made to his family and friends. The magical Rabbis and their all-powerful G-d friend should curse all the enemies of Israel and send them cascading into the fiery pits of hell, problems solved! Oh that's right, they can't, because 'curses' are the same thing as dragons, fairies, goblins and religion dictated from voices in people's heads....outdated superstitious nonsense.

    from the article: Israeli campaign: Ariel Sharon's stroke was 'curse of Gaza disengagement'
    First published 01:35 22.12.11 | Last updated 01:35 22.12.11
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