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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

It's Hamas vs. Hizballah in a Steel-Caged Death Match!

Well, not quite, but it's starting to look that way, according to Debka.
Hizballah forces helping Syrian troops capture the key Syrian town of al Qusayr from rebel hands last week caught five armed members of the radical Palestinian Hamas fighting with the rebels, debkafile’s intelligence sources disclose. Within hours of this discovery being reported to Hizballah chief Hassan Nasrallah, the order to shut down Hamas offices in the Shiite Dahya neighborhood in Beirut went down the Hizballah chain of command. 
See the rest there.


Yeshaya 19:2
וְסִכְסַכְתִּי מִצְרַיִם בְּמִצְרַיִם, וְנִלְחֲמוּ אִישׁ-בְּאָחִיו וְאִישׁ בְּרֵעֵהוּ, עִיר בְּעִיר, מַמְלָכָה בְּמַמְלָכָה
And I will spur Egypt against Egypt; and they shall fight every one against his brother, and everyone against his neighbour; city against city, and kingdom against kingdom.

As I mentioned earlier here and here:
It's brought down in "Yalkut Ohev Yisrael" that R' Mordechai of Slonim said in the name of the Apter Rebbe that at the End of Days, the nations of the world will want to fight against each other, but they will think and contemplate that the outcome of such fighting will only be good for Israel. So, they will all gather together to smooth out the differences between them so that they won't need to fight. However, this will not help them, and they will end up fighting each other until they reach their demise. He concluded that it's permissible to say this over in his name as if one had heard it from a prophet.
Re: Hamas and Hizballah, I wish them both much Hatzlaha!

13 Comments:

At Tue Jun 11, 06:16:00 PM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

This Hamas/ Hezbollah break up was obvious in coming though. Of course Hamas was going to support the Sunni thugs in Syria while Hezbollah was supporting Assad. Hamas is strictly with the Muslim Bros. and a Sunni organization. What could not be predicted is that Erdogan is battling for his political life now at the hands of ardent secularists. It might be the case though that these secular rioters are receiving instigation orders from Iran. The Persians have been around longer than the Ottoman Turks. They may have out-smarted Erdogan. Yet, if this continues expect a response from Erdogan.

 
At Wed Jun 12, 09:06:00 AM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard that last 3 month will be very hard and that will be 3 month before Mashiah's birth and the last 9 weeks or 9 days or 9 hours or 9 minutes or 9 seconds will be the hardest one.
I have feelings that they will fight each other till the end of this year then between Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur will be the hardest times before Mashiah will appear, and right after Kippur I will get B'H my last payment with a total 12K(that what I saw in my dream) and shortly right after that Mashiah will be here, hopefully before Sukkot. Let all Jews will complete teshuva and it will be teshuva shelema rigt after Kippur and may we celebrate this coming Sukkot in rebuild Yerushalaim!

 
At Wed Jun 12, 09:28:00 AM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

The UN resolution for Palestine to divide Yerushalayim was passed on the 29th of November (15th of Kislev 5773) So calculate forward from that resolution that passed 138 to 9...if we go in accordance to what you wrote. When does Sammy Power write her Mammoth Protection Force for Palestine resolution in the UN Security Council? It likely will only take place once Russia (Meshech and Tuval) and NATO (sons of Gomer: Ashkenaz, Rifat or France, and Togarmah or Turkey) and Put (the Libyan/ Algerian Sunni Jihadis) and Persia are all together in the mix in Syria. Only when they are together after fighting each other will they act together.

I wonder what Rav Benayahu Shmueli Shlita is saying these days.

 
At Wed Jun 12, 09:36:00 AM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Average pregnancy is 40 weeks. 40 weeks after the 15th of Kislev is Rosh HaShana. noted. Thank G-d, everything comes super early this year...if you are correct.

 
At Wed Jun 12, 10:18:00 AM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tsaddikim judged on Rosh Hashana and Beinonim like us on Yom Kippur the rest some have time till Hoshana Raba and the last chance may be for not religios people is the 8th day of Chanuka to make teshuva. If Hashem's plan to save all Jews, we might wait till the last day of Chanuka, and I don't might to wait more in order all Jews will be saved and be in one complete boat.

 
At Wed Jun 12, 10:27:00 AM 2013, Blogger Dov Bar-Leib said...

Well the First Day of Chanukah this coming year is on American Thanksgiving. Hodu LaShem Ki Tov Ki LeOlam Chasdo! Hodu can mean turkey too.

 
At Wed Jun 12, 10:46:00 AM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sitra Achra: Literally, “the other side.” There are only two sides: One side let’s the truth of G‑d’s oneness shine through, the other opposes it; one side tells you—or at least admits—that there is nothing else but Him, and the other side denies it.

 
At Wed Jun 12, 10:49:00 AM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

your depression is not from a nagging sense of guilt over sins, but from immoral fantasies and destructive urges that keep falling into your mind?

 
At Wed Jun 12, 03:39:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

it is very important to purify ones thoughts and concentrate on Torah and Mitsvot. Tsaddikim don't have negative thoughts while beinonim have. The Zohar talks about tremendous enjoyment derived by G‑d when the sitra achra is defeated down here in our world and G‑d's glory rises above, stating that it goes beyond any other praise and reaches higher than anything else can reach and that is why G‑d derives satisfaction from both the service of the tzaddik and the service of the beinoni.

 
At Thu Jun 13, 10:52:00 AM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, here are some tools for NOT having hard times

1. Increase Torah Learning(the main course is Gemara, here is the link for Daf Yomi I like http://www.dailygemara.com/
2. Learn (or just read Zohar every day, or listen http://www.dailyhok.com/
3. Learn Musar every day (at least for 30 min)http://www.peleyoetz.com/
3. Say Tikkun Hatsot every night
4. Have all 3 seudot on Shabbat + milava Malka with bread.
5. Think positive

 
At Wed Jun 19, 07:18:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At Wed Jun 19, 08:04:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

anonymous 7:18, he is a good storyteller like Muhammad , go tell you stories to your relatives to inspire them.


 
At Wed Jun 19, 08:39:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another example of Klipa Noga tries to attach to Kedusha ...Shma Israel :)

 

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