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    • Shimon Cleopas
    • 16.04.10 | 05:43 (IDT)

    1.No matter how old or how tough the animal was, mothers know that no meat is too hard when cooked inside a pressure cooker. Two hours under sustained pressure of 15 psi should be enough to soften any part of the oldest and toughest elephant bull. 2.Unfortunately, the same can NOT be said of the hearts of the Nathanyahus and the Abbases. Four years of sustained smart-power pressure will never soften the hardened conflicting positions of our Jerusalemite brethren unless the solution comes from God Himself. 3.Fortunately, when it comes to softening of the hardest hearts, the anticipant Mother Mary knows best. And so She trained a small shepherd boy how to bake the Biblical and proverbial Five Loaves that catches the two illusive Fish in a timely manner. 4.Five Loaves catches the Devil and The One True God in just three seconds and at the same time softens all our Jerusalemite brethren whose hearts have hardened, including that of the Nathanyahus and the Abbases.

    from the article: Clinton: U.S. won't impose peace deal, but Israel must do more
    First published 04:01 16.04.10 | Last updated 10:12 16.04.10
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