The release of the 'Lockerbie Bomber'

By Rabbi Aaron Gol...
August 28, 2009

This week must have God writhing in agony for what had been created. If we were in ancient Israel, we would have prophets of God crying out in every gate of every city and the inhabitants of those cities would be in garbed in sackcloth and sat, fasting and wailing lamentations amongst ashes, desperate to avert the expected wrath of God. For this would have been the response to the utter disregard for tzedek, that has been evidenced in amongst the clamouring for blood and the abomination of hero-worship, the result of the release from prison of the so-called ‘Lockerbie bomber,’ Abdul Baset Ali al-Megrahi.

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