Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Happy Birthday Israel! Yom HaAtzmaut 2010

Hope everyone had a nice Yom Haatzmaut. It's nice for one day to reflect on what an amazing triumph the rebirth of the Jewish sovereign state is.

Israel's Independence Day celebrates a double miracle in the life of the Jewish people.

The first miracle is the restoration of Jewish sovereignty. There is no other example that I know of in the history of nations in which a scattered people, practically left for dead, has been able to re-assert its national life.

The second miracle is what we've done since the establishment of the Jewish state. Israel is fact becoming a regional economic power and one of the world's leading technological powers.

All the powers of creativity and genius in the Jewish people are bursting forth in every area: in science; in technology; in medicine; in the arts. This incredible burst of creativity promises a great future for the Jewish people and for all mankind.

This double miracle is a testament to the life-force of the Jewish people. It's a testament to the deep wells of hope we carry inside us and to the deep connection that we have both to our past and to our future. The two miracles that have already occurred are only the beginning. If we stand together, if we remain committed to our common destiny, there's nothing we cannot achieve.

Chag Sameach!

Benjamin Netanyahu

Jerusalem, Israel

Ironically, Israel's Independence Day can fall on Hitler's birthday...as it did today...

But we beat him in the end, like we beat everyone that came before him and will continue to beat everyone that comes after him. Hope you the view of Tel Aviv is nice in Hell, Adolf!

Chag sameach everyone, here's to another 62 miraculous years!


The All Real Numbers Symbol said...
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The All Real Numbers Symbol said...

Yes, I know, I'm late. I'm sorry.

But I thought I would drop by and say a few words. It's cheesy and cliche, but I think it fits and I want to say it anyway.

Here's to the country of Israel: May it live long and prosper!!

(My apologies if you find that offensive, but I still think it fits.)