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Projections of Tisha B'av - The Israeli Shepards Missed the Point of Yeremiah's Contention

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 6, 2021 at 23:01

Elsewhere we read of similar Marxist leftist intrigues and Islamic predilections for disruptive activities irrespective of potential allegiances, if the goal is to keep the targeted object of the rebellion in disarray.
This happened in America; and it appears to be mimicked in Israel. Small wonder that whatever gains that were made by the previous American 45th Administration of President Trump and the Israeli PM Netanyahu were targeted when the America 46th Administrative government changed it stripes towards peace in the Middle East and war, (like last month's 11 days in May) is the result.
To the circumstances of the Ra'am party now party to a changed government in Israel does not bode any better for peace, since peace was not the platform either party could promise while antipathies of polemics were raging in the streets, both Israeli and Iranian Islamic Regime's inspired Hamas 'Palestinian' front, appear in play. The Quran cannot help here; for that's not the peace Ra'am seeks.

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