Lefty loon film maker, Michael Moore, now all of a sudden believes in God.
From FoxNews.com:Michael, now, all of a sudden you believe in God? And, it's because of a storm?
“I was just thinking, this Gustav is proof that there is a God in heaven,” Moore said. “To just have it planned at the same time, that it would actually be on its way to New Orleans for Day One of the Republican convention, up in the Twin Cities, at the top of the Mississippi River.”
I guess the close proximity in occurrence of the expulsion of Jews from Azza and Northern Shomron, and Hurricane Katrina on August 29, three years ago, eluded your attention.
And what about all those other storms and "acts of God?"
October 30, 1991
President George H. W. Bush (41) opened the Madrid Conference AND an extremely rare storm, a storm later named "The Perfect Storm," with record-setting waves caused heavy damage to the President's home in Kennebunkport, Maine.
August 23, 1992
The Madrid Conference moved to Washington, DC with the same agenda of attempting to take land from Israel, which would have resulted in thousands of homeless Jews AND Hurricane Andrew produced an estimated $30 billion in damage, leaving 180,000 Floridians homeless.
January 16, 1994
President Clinton meets with the Syrian President in order to develop a strategy to force Israel to give up the Golan Heights. Within a day later, a 6.9 earthquake rocks Southern California (The Northridge Quake), leaving countless Americans homeless.
The list goes on... I'll be happy to forward the beautifully compiled e-mail message that was going around the Net quite some time ago (source unknown), which you apparently didn't receive. Or perhaps you marked it as spam.
Yes, Michael, there is a God.
Tomer Devorah has just informed me that a few books have been written about these very corresponding occurrences. One is entitled Israel: The Blessing or the Curse by John McTernan and Bill Koenig (2001).