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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Well, at least we have a security fence

Well, after spending $1,000,000,000 on a security fence, we get another attack in Tel Aviv. Next week, instead of actually fighting the bad guys, Israel will release the latest plan, a bomb-proof box on wheels that will be given to every Israeli. No one should leave his house outside of this box. The cost is high, but the state of Israel is willing to pay it because it "values human life".

On another front, the Israeli police are violently rampaging through the Jewish section of Hebron:

Rabbi Menashe Naki of Ramat Beit Shemesh gave the following testimony:

"I saw Tzippy Slissel standing in the Avraham Avinu neighborhood, praying, and when she finished, she saw my guest from Malta, and began coming over to see him. Suddenly, four policemen jumped on her, threw her to the ground, grabbed her hands and legs and beat her as she lay on the ground."

Rabbi Naki did not note that she was carrying her months-old baby at the time.

Well, at least there is one problem we do not have anymore. It is now easier than ever to tell the difference between the Jew and the Erev-Rav.

Sigh ... now I understand better than ever the statement of the Amoraim regarding the coming of mashiach: "Yeittei VeLo Achiminei" - "Let him come but let me not see his coming"