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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Jerusalem the Na Nach City of Peace!

The Committee to Bring Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem
Vice President, Mordecai Spiro
11 Ebay Ha Nachal, PB 224
90966 Maale Amos
Gush Etzion

To the Minister of Religious Services, Minister of Trade, Industry and Labor, Minister for Jerusalem and Diaspora Affairs;
Mr. Naftali Bennett
http://www.moital.gov.il/

Enclosed: Letter to Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni, Letter to MK Yair Lapid


Shalom Pesach casher ve sameach,

The Doha summit just determined that at least 250 million US Dollars will be spent by Qatar/Turkey to consolidate their grip on Eastern Jerusalem. The Saudi/Jordanian will try to outbid them.

Bring Rabbi Nachman immediately to Jerusalem, to outbid both these Arab camps' economic/religious/cultural Peace initiative. Make use of the 700 Million US Dollars that I have already claimed for this purpose (please read the letter to Minister of Justice, Tzippi Livni, enclosed). You, Yair Lapid and Tzippi Livni can convince the Prime Minister that my claim is justified.

Rabbi Nachman in Jerusalem, means tourism will jump to one Billion US Dollars macroeconomic profit the first year and two Billion US Dollars macroeconomic profit in the second year (www.nachmanhome.com).

Let's prevent the very expensive pilgrimage to Uman and paying bribes to corrupt foreign officials, and the danger from anti-semitic terror attacks.

Our Committee understands that logically and surely, the State of Israel and it's government will be more united and stronger economically, morally and spiritually when the Government successfully brings Rabbi Nachman to Jerusalem.

Our committee will be glad to help in any way, please contact us.
Chairman: Sharon Tel Tzur, 052 7111171
President: Ruven Elston, 0504 164 560
Vice President: Mordecai Spiro, 0504 104 961

Thank you for everything,

Geoffrey Max Mordecai Spiro

Copies to:

President, Shimon Peres
Prime Minister, Benyamin Netayahu
USA Ambassador, Mr. Daniel B. Shapiro
Minister of Finance, Mr. Yair Lapid
Minister of Education, Mr. Shai Piron
Minister of Justice, Mrs. Tzipi Livni

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