Saturday, March 31, 2018

Two Armies on the March During Passover

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I almost called them 'Passover Armies,' but that seemed sacrilegious.

Very strange.
An Army Of Illegal Aliens Is Marching On America 
[Adolfo] Flores is apparently on a lengthy trek through all of Mexico with a literal army of migrants from a number of countries including Honduras. (…)  
This isn’t a group of family members or some isolated, organized clan. This is an army. Flores numbers them in the hundreds but looking at the pictures coming from the “march” it clearly appears that their numbers are swelling. The real figure, as cited by Mora, is likely already more than a thousand. Their purpose? They make no bones about it when asked. They, “hope American authorities will grant them asylum or, for some, be absent when they attempt to cross the border illegally.”
Mexico. By Luc Forsyth for Buzzfeed
Also, there’s this: Palestinians storming Gaza’s border with Israel. Several have been killed by the IDF.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said Israel was responsible for the violence. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel was protecting its sovereignty and citizens. 
An Israeli military spokesman said he was checking the details of Saturday’s unrest. It broke out when Palestinians gathered on the border between the Hamas-run enclave and Israel then began throwing stones. Palestinian health officials said about 70 were wounded.
Gaza
I don't believe in coincidences and, therefore, wonder if there’s something which the unseen forces – both of the earthly and spiritual varieties – have planned for the borders of the Great and Little Satans, as it were.

During Passover, no less. Setting their armies in array? This feels very odd -- an understatement.

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