Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Israeli Rabbis to Obama: "You do not want to be on the side of those against a Jewish Jerusalem"


JERUSALEM – Leading rabbis in Israel released a petition yesterday demanding President Obama cease pressuring the Jewish state on the issue of Jerusalem.
"Jerusalem is off limits, and we respectfully request that you stop all talk and pressure against Jewish construction in Jerusalem," reads a petition signed by 250 members of the Rabbinical Congress for Peace.
The Congress is a coalition of Israeli rabbinic leaders, including pulpit rabbis and some of the most prestigious names in the Torah community.
"During these days when our nation mourns the destruction of Jerusalem and remembers in abhorrence those that destroyed it, we are sure that you, Mr. President, do not want to enter the list of those who raised a hand on Jerusalem and its Jewish inhabitants," the rabbis write.

If the Bible is correct (and I believe it is), then the Rabbis are right. If God Almighty is, in these last days, fighting for the Jews in Israel, then to take the other side is to find yourself, in the best-case scenario, on the wrong side of history, and in the worst-case scenario, in oblivion!

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