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# Ehud Goldwasser and Eldad Regev

The name of the event is Goldwasser and Eldad Regev. Once we have the name with the description, some form of a word for captured with a word for soldier, which is what we have done on the previous webpage, we look for the date and the year in a compact formation with the name of the event. The date of their abduction was July 12, 2006. This corresponds to the 16th of Hebrew month Tamuz. We search for the month in four ways: Tamuz 16, 16th of Tamuz, on Tamuz 16 and just Tamuz. The date form on Tamuz 16 has no ELSs in the Torah so we only use three forms.

We search using the same form for the name as what we found in the tables of the event description. The name we found was Gold Wasser, Goldwasser in two words, and Eldad Regev. Now we search each name with the date written in three possible ways. For Goldwasser, the most compact table was with the date form Tamuz. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 390.5/10,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 15 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 390.5/10,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

For Regev, we also used the date form written in three possible ways. The most compact table was with the date form Tamuz 16. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have a compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 280.5/10,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 15 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 390.5/10,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

Combining the individual scores of the six experiments, three for Goldwasser and three for Regev in our standard way in a trial by trial basis, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact combined result as that produced by the Torah text is 195.5/10,000.

Next we search for compact tables of the name with the year. We use four forms for the year: 5766, In 5766, (5)766, and In (5)766. For Goldwasser with any form for year there was no statistically significant compact table. The best table uses the year form In 5766 and is shown below. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce as compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 162/1,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 1794 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 162/1,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

For Eldad Regev, we did find a statistically significant table using the year form In 5766. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce as compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 2/10,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 15,662 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 2/10,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

We repeat the date form experiment using an additional key word. We try five different verb forms relating to capture: was captured, will be captured, in captivity, captured, and caught. And we use three different date forms. The best table for Goldwasser uses the date form Tamuz and is shown below. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 15/1,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 36 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 15/1,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

For Eldad Regev, the best date form was Tamuz 16 and the best captured key word was will be captured. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 3.5/1,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 7,338 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 3.5/1,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

This table has a development. We find ELSs for the key words Amalek Ambush, Dead, In captivity and In captivity dead. Just as Amalek ambushed the Israelites, so Hezbollah ambushed the Israel Defense Force patrol of Goldwasser and Regev. And when Regev was taken captive, he was already dead.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 7,338 columns.
Finding by Rabbi Glazerson

We repeat the experiment using the four year forms with a capture key word addition. As before, we use five different verb forms relating to capture. The best table for Goldwasser is shown below. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 48.5/1,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 52 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 48.5/1,000

Finding by Professor Haralick

Interestingly enough, with expected number of ELSs set to 200 a better table results. This table uses the key word captured and the form of the year is (5)766. he probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 25.5/1,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 23 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 200, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 25.5/1,000

Finding by Professor Haralick

We repeat the same experiment for Eldad Regev. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact a table as that produced by the Torah text is 3/100,000.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 15,662 columns. With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would have as compact table as that produced by the Torah text is 3/100,000.
Finding by Professor Haralick

This last table is interesting because in its last line it contains directly in the text the phrase: He died. He that smote him death he will die. The He died phrase surely refers to Eldad Regev whose death was caused by a rocket propelled grenade at the time of the Hezbollah attack. The He that smote him, death he will dies phrase is perhaps a description of what will happen to the Hezbollah terrorists responsible for Regev's murder. Furthermore, parallel to the ELS for In 5766 is an ELS of the word The trickery, referring to the fact that the Hezbollah ambush was more than a simple ambush. It was an ambush with trickery and diversionary tactics.

The cylinder size produced by the search is 15,662 columns.
Finding by Rabbi Glazerson