Peace, Unity and Harmony is possible with Zionism - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shimon Cleopas
    • 21.04.10 | 10:10 (IDT)

    1.Peace, Unity and Harmony is possible with Zionism with the correct leader. 2.The correct Zionist leader should possess the fundamental traits as follows: a.by birth, by gene or DNA, must be faithful to the Holy Book, i.e., not just a turncoat for the sake of power or convenience. b.Must be a son of the Daughter of Zion. c.Must be an ardent seeker and finder of the lost Ark of the Covenant d.must be an architect and engineer himself capable of designing and building a temple acceptable by everyone without exception and without objection. e.The temple when erected should persuade the One True God to come down from heaven and for the devil to go to hell. 3.For sure everyone will agree that current leaders are nowhere near the above-mentioned parameters. 4.Such parameters can only be found in a small but well-trained shepherd boy with the Moshiachs Meal of Five Loaves and Two Fish. 5.It is to the advantage of the multitude that Kthe Knesset seek this boy.

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    First published 01:31 21.04.10 | Last updated 06:51 21.04.10
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