We really do need to pray a lot for our soldiers. They are about to embark on a very difficult and dangerous stage of this war. It could, Chas VeChalilah, turn into another Lebanon fiasco. They need all the prayers we can devote to them, day and night.
So far they have done great. Most of the casualties were actually inflicted by our own ( still haven't determined if those were two cases of very bad luck, or something more sinister; will we ever find out? Will anybody actually do a real, impartial investigation of the circumstances, or will the facts be pushed under the rug, as usual? It would be nice if we could all, left, right, religious, secular, work TOGETHER when we are in a life-threatening situation... but I guess I am dreaming....)
The real betrayal will begin as soon as the Arab takes office.My question, again: