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January 25, 2015 / 5 Shevat, 5775
 
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Pope Visits Sderot

Pope Sderot El Al plane

Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/FLASH90

The Pope saw Sderot before he left Israel.

Well, it wasn’t the Israeli town near Gaza that has been constantly bombarded by rockets and missiles from the Pope’s Palestinian friends, but rather, that’s the designation of the El Al plane that flew him out of Israel.

Still, there’s something mystically significant in that message.

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6 Responses to “Pope Visits Sderot”

  1. Mike Burke says:

    I doubt it would have made a difference to him. Even if it had been the town he saw instead of just the plane’s name.

  2. THE POPE IS ALWAYS RIGHT! Get ready I will give you a couple of great things today, coming from Justus.

  3. Wow – what a guy/goy!

  4. Ken Man says:

    Well the Poopes gone now, betcha nothing came of that little whirlwind visit, but at least the Israelis behaved impeccably, strangely so did your squatters but back to normal now no doubt

  5. Mystical symmetry and humor !

  6. Touche for El Al … Do you think the Pope gets the significance … Or that he even cares … ?

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