The Tightest Situation - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Shimon Cleopas
    • 15.10.09 | 06:21 (IST)

    1.Marhaba to blind committees, lame-duck institutions, hungry university students and obedient troops. 2.In the Bible it has been predicted that the tightest situation will arise where the multitude is stuck in the middle of nowhere, world leaders realize that they did not bring the correct food and the nearest down that sells the life-giving bread is Two Days away by foot. FYI: Two Genesis Days is equivalent to Two Millennia. 3.The same Biblical Story also predicted that sending the crowd home to starve along the way is NOT an option. 4.We also read from this story that the only food that will be blessed by The Father is the Five Loaves and Two Fish from a small boy. 5.It is clear The Father will not bless accords, agreements, initiatives, road maps, resolutions, etc from rich superstar leaders. 6.Hasta la vista and with all due respect.

    from the article: Ari Shavit / Israel needs legitimacy to wage war and peace
    First published 03:11 15.10.09 | Last updated 04:32 15.10.09
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