Latest update: September 15th, 2013
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry nevertheless is making a last stand for the Big Lie. He still is blind and deaf enough to act on the basis that if Israel simply will give the Palestinian Authority what it wants, peace will come to the Middle East.
The truth is overpowering. The American people and the American media are fed up with sinking in the Middle East sand after trying to solve problems about which they know nothing.
On Yom Kippur, Jews pray that God will tear up the Evil Decree.
Evil, once upon a time in a Nazi uniform and today in the mosques of radical Islam and the palaces of Assad and the Ayatollahs in Iran, is committing suicide.
The Palestinian Authority is blowing itself up financially and diplomatically, winning the hearts of the minds of the pro-Arab United Nations but losing the backing of those with a soul.
Let Obama continue to try his hand at “saving Israel by defeating it.”
The events the past year have proven that the American King Canute cannot tell the sun went to rise and set.
So long as Israel continues to believe in the truth, the Big Lie will fall, as it always has fallen.
It has been pointed out in the past that it took Israel six days to defeat Arab enemies in 1967.
After the war, Israelis were overly proud and forgot that the general and foot soldiers had a Guiding Hand behind their victory.
The war was only six days long, but God created the world in a week, and it was no coincidence that on the seventh say – the Sabbath when Israel was resting on its laurels – that Syria and Egypt launched the most destructive war in Israel’s modern history.
Forty years later, a lot of humility has erased arrogance.
Now it is Evil’s turn.
About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.
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