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Top: "kee betachbulot ta'ase lecha milchama"
Translation: "With clandestine terrorism we will conduct war"
Bottom: "Ha'Mossad Le'modiein"
Translation: "The institute for the collection of Information"
Mossad's original motto: Betahbulot Ta'ase Lekha Milkhama (Hebrew: בתחבולות תעשה לך מלחמה, "For by wise counsel thou shalt make thy war: and in multitude of counsellors there is safety." - Proverbs XXIV, 6) was changed recently as part of the Mossad's public 'coming out' to another Proverbs passage: Be-ein Tahbulot Yipol Am; Uteshua Berov Yoetz (Hebrew: באין תחבולות יפול עם, ותשועה ברוב יועץ, "Where no counsel is, the people fall, but in the multitude of counselors there is safety." - Proverbs XI, 14
Of course the link points out that a pair of Mossad agents were among a group of people who photographed themselves dancing as the Twin Towers burned on the horizon behind them. Your link swiftly debunks its own interpretation of this however.
During the term of President George HW Bush, the government of Israel made an official, but very secret, request to the American president. This request was to permit agents of the Mossad, Israeli Foreign Intelligence, to enter the United States and conduct surveillance operations against various Arab groups residing in that country.
So hmm, why oh why would the Mossad be in America hanging out with the kind of people who dance when they see Al Qaida at work? I have no idea why Israeli intelligence would want to have its agents making friends with and expressing their support for a bunch of terrorists. What could they possibly have to gain by demonstrating their support for terrorism in the presence of a bunch of Arab-Israelis who live in America and dance when they see something like 9/11? It's a rhetorical question by the way
Originally posted by The Vagabond
That word isn't "clandestine terrorism" my friend. It's "Wise Counsel". Next time I'm home I'll bust out my bible and my copy of Strong's Exhaustive Concordance, so that I can give you chapter, verse, root, meaning etc etc.
Just because Joe Vialls says something doesn't make it true. If anybody else has a parallel text old testament of a bible concordance, go ahead and look up Proverbs 14:6 for our friend. If you don't I'll do it later this week when I go back home. Debunking is on the way. Have a nice day.
Originally posted by twitchy
Here's a quote from Fox News that should tell you how deep the rabbit hole goes...
"Evidence linking these Israelis to 9/11 is classified. I cannot tell you about evidence that has been gathered. It's classified information."
Originally posted by twitchy
Here's a good example of some of your more militant Islamic Jihadists...
Notice the Star of David, guess this Mossad Operative should have remembered to button up his shirt before the photo op.
8458 Tachbuwlah from 2254 as demon. from 2256 (only in plural).
Properly Steerage (as management of ropes) ie (figuratively) guidance or by implication counsel, a plan, good advise.
2254 Chabal. Primary Root to bind or wind tightly, as rope. To bind, especially by pledge. Figuratively to twist, pervert or destroy.
2256 Chebel. a rope, especially as a measuring line. By implication a destrict or inheritance as measured. A noose (as of cords). Figurative a company. A throe. Band, Coast, Company, Cord, Destruction, Line, Lot, Pain, Pang, Portion, Region, Rope, Snare, Sorrow, Tackling.
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Originally posted by DontTreadOnMe
GrandCourt, well no, here's the definition of
One who is strongly partial to one's own group, religion, race, or politics and is intolerant of those who differ.
The criminal offense of marrying one person while still legally married to another.
Originally posted by djohnsto77
I'm sure Mossad has done its share of unsavory things, as has the intelligence agencies of most countries...but accusing them of being behind most global terrorist attacks -- with no hard evidence of any -- is beyond the pale and pure antisemetic propaganda IMHO.
[edit on 7/29/2005 by djohnsto77]