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    • Razi Yerushalmi
    • 29.07.12 | 06:15 (IDT)

    Yossi Sarid is a master of elocution, with a special flair even in translation. He would be a true Prophet of Doom if he were actually a prophet, but alas, all that is left for him is doom doom doom. Fortunately, the reality of the Eternal People is far stronger than even a professional nay-sayer like Yossi can impact. You claim to be an expert in Tanach, Mr. Sarid. The time has come to look at our current reality through the lens of the optimism hidden in all of the Hebrew prophets. Watch out - if you pay close attention to their positive words, you might end up an optimist for a change -

    from the article: The zealots have 'won' again
    First published 04:12 27.07.12 | Last updated 04:12 27.07.12
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