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From Israel: “A Mess!!”

Before I begin, I wish to thank the many people who write to me.  Please know that I read all comments; I trust you understand that it is not always possible to respond. ~~~ And then I want to share material taken from my website: “The Temple Mount: Whose Is …

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Announcing the premature death of balloons.

The balloons, as we know, are now officially dead. Prematurely. There was a time, not too long ago, when balloons brought smiles to the faces of young and old alike.  There were balloons for birthdays and anniversaries, get well balloons and balloons of congratulation. What child did not want a …

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When will Enough be Enough in Israel?

From our earliest memories, we have been grateful to God for all He has done for Am Yisrael. Each miracle granted would have been enough. Every year, at Passover, we remember as if we had experienced enslavement in Egypt and then freedom in the promised land. Every year we say: …

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From Israel: Almost at War?

When I got up on Thursday morning, I thought it very likely there would be news of a war in Gaza.  But there was not. Nor is there today, as I write. ~~~~~~~~~~ The IDF has been shooting near those terrorists who launch incendiary devices as a “warning,” but is …

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