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PLEASE SEE PREVIOUS POST’S FINAL PARAGRAPHS RE: ‘precautions against being caught napping during holy days (now) good intel’ alerted and activated the military’. LITTLE DID I KNOW about those revelations published on THE VERY SAME DAY (Thursday) in The Times of Israel.

[After circulating an email version of that post to friends, a couple of them immediately queried the Mike Evans’ report with me because they’d heard such reports are unfounded rumours! Upon re-checking my remarks, however, my confidance in Mike’s information was reassured because other sources could corroborate him.]

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

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Thirty-nine years ago this month, Israel was surrounded by enemies threatening to annihilate her. But Israeli leaders did not take the threats seriously enough, and did not order a preemptive strike to neutralize the enemy’s military capabilities. Instead, the Jewish State was blindsided by a surprise attack in 1973 on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the holiest day of the year in Judaism. Now, newly released documents reveal the depth of the massive intelligence failure that almost led to the destruction of the Jewish State. Make no mistake: current Israeli leaders are weighing decisions about a possible war with Iran in light of the tragic mistakes made in ’73, especially in view of the Iranian leaders vowing to annihilate Israel to bring back the so-called Islamic messiah known as the “Twelfth Imam.”

“The Israeli Mossad…

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