Israel, Keep Your Head Down But Your Heart Out - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Lavi - Seattle
    • 10.07.13 | 11:56 (IDT)

    Take comfort in the everlasting words of the Hebrew prophets where the G-d of Israel promised to sow confusion in the ranks of your enemies and they start to fight against each other. Who would have believed just two years ago that Syrians arrayed strongly against the existence of Israel would be fighting fellow Syrians and that Hezbollah would be fighting against some Syrians but supporting others while Iran does the same, and while world-wide Sunni jihadists would be streaming into Syria to fight against Assad's forces, the IRGC, and Hezbollah and to also fight against each other during lulls in the military engagements? You can't make this stuff up, only the bible can. Keep your head down but your guard up and keep your heart out in the humanitarian way you have been doing.

    from the article: Tensions in Syria and Egypt are flaring, but Israel’s responses are limited
    First published 02:20 10.07.13 | Last updated 01:57 10.07.13
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