Chazal, our sages say that the Holy Temple was destroyed because of baseless hatred, Jew against Jew. All the recent political infighting, especially since the recent Israeli Knesset Elections, just make me fear God’s wrath. What punishment does God have in store for us, God forbid?
Even Jews who claim to be Torah observers, following God’s commandments are dividing rather than uniting us.
Shas: It’s Over, We’re Headed for Opposition: Sephardic hareidi party vows to fight from the Opposition, keep funds from going to “hilltop youth.” And the NRP, a.k.a., Bayit Yehudi’s new leader, Naftali Bennett, has not learned the most important skill needed to be an effective politician, getting along and reaching agreements. His pact with Leftist leader, who’s also a rookie MK, Yair Lapid, is not good for the country. People voted for Bennett’s NRP so that he would influence from within the government, and he’s just pushing Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu further Left.
One of Lapid’s demands is that he won’t sit in the government with Haredim, so when you add all this together, you have a big problem.
And in the meantime, the modern Amaleks in Iran are making progress on their nuclear weapons. And is the “free world” (sic) ready for this? No way. The United States President Barack Hussein Obama is fiddling on his roof talking the negotiations talk, and Israel is still threatening. But after years of these threats, nobody takes them seriously, especially not the Iranians.
The more Israelis fight among themselves the more we’re inviting Amalek to attack.
Bad news, and I don’t see a good solution to theis.
I also recommend reading Arlene Kushner’s ”Deplorable,“ which expresses my feelings, too.
Now I’m referring not to the state of the world, but to the state of Israeli politics. I am so often proud of who we are. But now? I would gladly grab hold of certain political shoulders and shake until the heads that sit on those respective shoulders rattled. Where? I want to ask. Where is your devotion to the state and the greater good during these difficult times?
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