Finding God in Gaza

A fresh look at God’s hand in the war in Gaza.

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(9) deanna, August 2, 2014 1:34 PM

the 3 abducted israeli boys

The Rabbi has forgotten to mention a very important point. What really pushed Israel to act was the abduction and murder of the three Israeli students, If it hadn't been for that who know if Israel would have gone in,

(8) Brian A.Donnelly, August 2, 2014 7:00 AM

Thank God for Israel……...

Dear Rabbi Salomon,
Having written you previously you may recall that I am a devout Christian and therefore an ardent supporter of Israel and the jewish people - God's chosen people.
My wife and I have just returned to Australia after spending 2 weeks touring Israel from our base in Tel Aviv. After arriving on Thursday evening July 10th we read the warning notes about Air Raid procedures and experienced our first Rocket Alarm the next morning at 8am. Fortunately we were dressed and able to join the other hotel guests who all walked in an orderly fashion to the designated Safe Place on our hotel floor until the All Clear was sounded some time later.
During our time in Tel Aviv we had 4 such Alerts in various locations and all the residents handled it with great composure.
I mention this only to confirm that our main purpose in visiting Israel at this time was not just to visit the wonderful historical sites, that Jews and Christians hold in equal reverence, but to try and demonstrate to the people of Israel that we really do love the Jewish people and want to share their struggle.
On our return to Australia we were soon saddened to hear the number of nominal Christians who are influenced by the distorted media reportage of this conflict and this has given us the renewed energy and conviction to meet this misinformation with the true facts of this long standing struggle.
We continue to pray for Israel in the absolute confidence that God will protect and safeguard His chosen people as the rest of Bible prophesy continues to be revealed.
Brian A.Donnelly

(7) LarryB, August 2, 2014 6:16 AM

Trust God

In tough times it seems to be the hardest thing to remember is trust g-d.

(6) Daisy Harari mayer, August 1, 2014 9:00 PM

Shabbat shalom

As always it a very good to hear your commenters. Yes we have to have hope because we are Jewish we believe in G do and we stand for Israel always. AmIsrael Chai Am Echad.

(5) Manasseh, August 1, 2014 2:03 PM

Funny You Should Say That

Funny you should say that, Look what I just read this morning!;..
Isaiah 12:6.
Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion: for great is the Holy One of Israel in the midst of thee.

(4) Shoshana-Jerusalem, August 1, 2014 8:49 AM


Another thing that we learn from these missiles is that every one has it's address, that we need fear only H-shem, that with every bomb we see such miracles and His constant love for us.
He decides whether the iron dome will intercept one or not,
and it is He who sends them into open fields. The Arabs themselves have said that their aim is exact, but that H-shem is directing the missiles. We have to recognize this and talk about it and praise and thank H-shem.
We also have to keep praying and saying Thillim, because as we say here in Israel, it's Thillim against tilim (missiles).

And please pray for our soldiers, so many of them have been killed.

(3) Victor Hafichuk, August 1, 2014 2:02 AM

He works in mysterious ways.

God is helping the Jews in every aspect and step of the way.

(2) Gary, July 31, 2014 5:01 AM

Did G-D Harden Hamas' Heart?

As I think about how Hamas continues to let itself and its people become decimated and ignoring pleas for a cease fire,
I can't help but consider G-D's hardening of Pharoah's
heart during the final 5 plagues.

(1) smb, July 30, 2014 7:20 AM

Rabbi Nachman teaches that everything is for the best. while on the surface, it's a very difficult time, we are fortunate that Hamas' plan was foiled baruch Hashem. We now see how our prayers weren't in vain but used to protect us


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