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Sunday, March 17, 2013


THE COMMITTEE TO BRING RABBI NACHMAN TO JERUSALEM
Ebay Ha Nachal 11
Male Amos PB 224
Gush Etsion, 90966
Attn.: Vice President, Mordecai Spiro
029309925
0504104961

Ministry of Finance
1 Kaplan St.
Kiryat Ben-Gurion
POB 13195
Jerusalem
972-2-5317111

Honorable Mr. Yair Lapid!

Congratulations for your position as Treasury Minister of the State of Israel. 

According to our statistics Rabbi Nachman would bring one million tourists to Jerusalem in the first year and at least two million by the second year.  The burial site is already in our possession, and we will give it to the State of Israel on condition that it is used for Rabbi Nachman's burial.  The economic boost of one million tourists for Jerusalem is one billion dollars pr year!

As for Palestinian - Israeli relations, the location of the site is right on the border so both sides will benefit equally from the economic bonanza.  This is good for the State of Israel,  educational and cultural opportunities will follow closely after the historical event.  The sooner the better, how about March 20th?

We that have studied Rabbi Nachman for years know for sure that his teachings are open to all the nations and religions.

President of the Ukraine Mr.Viktor Yanukovich needs and is ready for a deal today, and no one will be able to get in the way.  Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman would be glad to finish the work he already started a year ago.  President Peres would be very happy to be able to announce this breakthrough in the peace process and invite Pope, Monarchs, Ayatollas and Presidents.  This means BIG MONEY, where the MONEY IS.

In the hope that the visit of the US President will be a historic success!

Geoffrey Max Spiro 
Vice President of the Committee

Copies to:
President Shimon Peres
Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu
His Majesty the King of Jordan
Ambassador Daniel B Shapiro
Chairman of the Knesset, Yuli Edelstein
Minister of Justice, Tzipi Livni
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Avigdor Lieberman
Deputy Foreign Minister, Zev Elkin
Minister of Education, Shai Piron
Minister of Communications, Gilad Erdan
The Media

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