ISRAEL @ WAR: GAY AWAY!!!
With that behind us...
Jerusalem 'gay' parade called off due to war
An international "gay pride" parade scheduled for next month in Jerusalem has been called off due to Israel's war with Hezbollah.
As WorldNetDaily reported, some rabbis who have urged that the World Pride parade to be cancelled see the war as God's judgment for the Israeli government's tacit support of the homosexual-activist celebration.
It is clear that the Torah speaks very critically of homosexuality, referring to it as an abomination (a term reserved for only the most serious of acts), but can it be said with absolute certainty that as a result of this parade the Jewish State is fighting a two front war today, with over a quarter of her citizens under immediate threat of missle attack, along with three of her soldiers being held captive by our enemies?
I honestly don't know.
There is something, however, that I do know with absolute certainty.
This was not the first time that the Gay Pride parade, scheduled to take place in Jerusalem, was cancelled.
The Gay Pride parade was originally scheduled - amid major protests - to take place in Jerusalem last summer.
It was cancelled.
Due to the "Disengagement" plan, where 10,000+ Jews expelled from their homes in Gaza and the northern Shomron, with the land being handed over to those who seek the destruction of the Jewish State.
Now, maybe it's purely coincidental that the Gay Pride parade has managed to conflict with these two rather traumatic events.
But, then again, maybe it's not such a coincidence.
Either way, whether as a result of Divine intervention or just plain bad luck, the Gay Pride parade, scheduled to take place in Jerusalem these past two summers, has been cancelled due to major calamities striking the Jewish State.
For that reason alone, next year, I urge the planners of the Gay Pride parade to do us all a favor by finding somewhere else - somewhere far, far away from Jerusalem to hold their parade.
Coincidence or not, I don't even want to begin to think about what might happen if the organizers try to hold the Gay pride parade in Jerusalem next summer.
Clearly, the odds aren't in their favor (or ours).