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Author:  George
E-mail:  no@no.com
Date:  1/16/2005 3:16:00 PM
Subject:  Tsunami Torah
Message:  I think it is reprehensible to say that God killed Indinoseian women and children b/ they are anti ISrael.

If this is so, can you perhaps explain why God doesn't kill the actual terrorists? Is it just easier to kill the woman and children?

Reply:  You misunderstood what I said.

Did I say that "God killed ... because they are anti- Israel?"

There were two seperate statements that you intermingled.

1) I am not excited about helping people who are anti-Jewish, being that I am Jewish. That would exclude any and all Indonesians that are not anti-Jewish.

2) When catastrophies happen we cannot say, "they just happened." We, who believe in the Creator and in the concept that he is in full control of the world, believe that such things are punishments and signs to specific people and to the world as a whole.

What is God trying to say?

Probably something like...
"I gave you guys a simple book/manual to follow, what's the deal? Oh, you think I am not in charge? Think again!"

Now let's drop the subject. He who would like to learn from it does not need my help. He who does not want to learn from it certainly doesn't want my opinion.

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