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The video above has been posted on you tube by the photographer, David Cohen. It appears to show the note being stolen by a Student with the help of Obama’s “team” Right after Obama moved away from the Kotel. Unless this video is a forgery, this is another example of the cynicism of the Democratic Messiah, not only did he dishonor the Kotel, but he used a “yeshiva student” as his fall guy. To show the Arab world, “See I was a victim of those damned Jews.” and to show the American Jewish World, which is mostly non-observant, “See I was a victim of those damned Orthodox.”

Exerpted from Israelinsider…. David Cohen, “a freelance photographer/videographer currently living in Jerusalem.” He reports that “Seconds after Obama left the stones, some of his entourage stepped up to the wall (dressed in suits) and I recorded a young man gathering notes in his hands in what appeared to be the search for Obama’s freshly placed personal note. He is joined by others who unwrap notes and read them. One person [is shown] walking away from the wall with a note that he unwraps as he tries to aggressively block the camera lens.” There is a continuous stream of images and sounds which links to the visible departure of the remaining Obama entourage. Cohen’s testimony provides new evidence that suggests that the alleged theif, dressed in the garb of a seminary student, may in fact have been a member of Obama’s entourage. If so, there would not need to have been an official authorization by the campaign to publish the note. The actual “pilferer” seems to be working for Obama. A yeshiva student subsequently appeared on Israel’s Channel Two, his face concealed, identified only by the Hebrew letter “Aleph.” He confessed: “I am asking for Obama’s forgiveness,” said Aleph. “If he was offended by it … of course he was, this is not a nice thing to do. It was sort of a prank. I hope he will forgive us, and we hope that he will win the presidency.” Aleph’s hands were shaking as he held the folded sheet of King David Hotel letterhead. “I hope he wasn’t hurt,” the Jerusalem Post quoted him as saying. “We all believe he will take the presidency.”……

But it is with regard to his Muslim audience that the full cynicism of Obama’s note becomes apparent. To appeal to the Muslims, he has to be a victim of the Jews. Having gone to the Western Wall, and not to Al Aqsa mosque, having offered a Christian-type “prayer,” he has to regain some credibility in Muslim eyes, without seeming to do that. To distract his Muslim American audience from his genuflection at the Western Wall of the Jews, Obama made his fall guy a yeshiva student — not just your average garden-variety Jew, but a seminarian…. So, Obama called a play straight out of the Farrakhan playbook. The note is stolen and the Jew did it! The Jews, they are always to be blamed for everything. Who violated the sanctity of the note a man wrote to God? The Jews! Thus, Obama distracted from his visit to the Western Wall and appealed to his Muslim audience by being a victim of the Jews. His message to his Muslim audience: he believes as we do concerning the Jews. Why the song and dance? It was a passion play designed to win votes. Jewish votes. Christian votes. Muslim votes. Filching a prayer note does not appeared to be a criminal offense; the Israeli police have expressed no interest in the case. It is unclear whether money changed hands between the student and Maariv. But publication of the video, with its capture of the suspect’s face (at left), is likely to lead to identification of the pilferer and elucidation of the mystery. (Leads may be sent to the Israel Insider publisher.) In any case, Obama supporters have been quick to exploit the prayer note to buttress Obama’s claim to being an all-American non-Muslim, surrounded by huge crucifixes and Old Glory, wrapping up his “private prayer” in a very public appeal to vote for him, concluding with a link to the official campaign site. So the prayer note now has been returned by the pro-Obama student to the Wall. Within six months it is expected to be formally buried, according to rabbinical protocol, along with all of the other notes that have been placed in the cracks of the ancient stones. By then we may know whether some of the wishes and prayers have come true. Passion play indeed

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