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Moses performed miracles and promised redemption. But things got much worse before they got better. Is history repeating itself?
We've had Nostradamus up to our noses, Bible Codes out of our ears, and every brand of pundit and prophet. Is there anyone out there with some bona fide inside information that'll help me sleep better at night?
A presentation of the Lubavitcher Rebbe's views on the Jewish people's connection with the Holy Land, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and the so-called "Land for Peace" issue
Kabbalah prophecies
Kabbalah prophecies
First came the false leads. Then came the shrug-off. But the soldiers kept at it, climbing through ditches and spider-holes -- until one final action ended the quest
Saddam, Bush and the Rebbe
Saddam, Bush and the Rebbe
In August of 1990, Saddam Hussein, brandishing threats to “burn” the Holy Land with his chemical warheads, marched the armies of Iraq into Kuwait. As the world reacted in alarm and fear, the Rebbe spread a message of confidence and trust. The Rebbe quoted...
400 apartments housing 1,200 people were destroyed or damaged. Tel Aviv hospitals were prepared to handle mass casualties
A letter from the Rebbe written on March 11, 1991, ten days after the end of the first Gulf War
1991
On August 2, 1990, the Iraqi army under Saddam Hussein occupied Kuwait. After five weeks of heavy fighting, coalition forces succeeded in liberating Kuwait, and a ceasefire was declared on February 28, 1991, corresponding to the holiday of Purim. Despite ...
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