In our Parsha, Tzav is Moshe’s command from Hashem to Aaron HaKohen and his sons to take up and clothe themselves in their Vestments, their garments of service in the Mishkan, and to begin their daily Avodah (service and offerings in the Mishkan).
For seven days, Moshe taught Aaron HaKohen and his sons the laws of their Avodah in the Mishkan. (You might say that they were given, as they term it in the US, OJT from Shemayim.) On the eighth day, Aaron and his sons began their Avodah. [...]
As with the commentary, immediately below this one. which relates to the bogus Regime/SELA libelous media report, so too, in the case of the regime’s latest machinations regarding Jonathan Pollard, as related through its blatantly leftist surrenderist MSM mouthpiece Ha’aretz and another two-bit beat reporter; the old adage kicks in: “tell a lie often enough and it becomes truth.” Then keep on telling it and every telling self-reinforces the bogus “truth (sic)” of the previous tellings. [...]
On Wednesday, the Regime and its SELA Disengagement Authority was cited by the Jerusalem Post beat reporter Tova Lazaroff as reporting:
Some 87 percent of the Gaza evacuee families have housing solutions and the other 13 percent are in the process of concluding agreements with the Disengagement Authority for their permanent homes, the Authority said on Wednesday.
It made the statement as it released 250 new housing lots in Nitzanim, located between Ashkelon and Ashdod.
However, Katifund.org’s Dror Vanunu, as well as former residents like Anita Tucker or Moshe and Rachel Saperstein would undoubtedly respond: [...]
…Troops arrested three Palestinian near Nablus. The three were in possession of a bomb, weapons and detailed maps of the area.
They were picked up while soldiers were scanning the area in the wake of a Molotov cocktail attack on an Israeli car near Elon Mo’re.
The three admitted that they were planning to carry out an attack against soldiers, the IDF said. [...]
“The car bomb was discovered by an alert passerby and disarmed by police. It was considered unusually large and police said it was a “miracle” that it did not go off.” [...]
A massive attempted car bombing attack was averted at Haifa’s Lev Hamifratz mall when one of several explosive devices hidden in a parked auto failed and thanks to an alert mall employee who reported hearing an explosion at about 8:30 p.m. on Saturday night.
Here is a clear case of Hashem’s will to prevent massive loss of Jewish life, although there are those who will attribute the failed event to merely, Derech HaTeva, the mal-function of an explosive device.
The Jerusalem Post reports on the car bombing attempt: [...]