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# Yeshiva Slaughter

We now explore the related Torah codes. We have three ways of describing the Yeshiva: Mercaz Harav, Mercaz Yeshiva or for short Mercaz. The event involving the yeshiva can be described as a slaughter attack. So we have for the key word description of the event Mercaz Harav Slaughter Attack, Mercaz Yeshiva Slaughter Attack, or Mercaz Slaughter Attack. Only the first combination of key words produced a statistically signicant table. With expected number of ELSs set to 10, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 13.5/1,000.

With expected number of ELSs set to 10, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 13.5/1,000. The cylinder size produced by the search was 2,128 columns.
Finding by Professor Haralick

The date the event happened was the evening of March 6, 2008. As it was in the evening of March 6,, the Jewish date is the 30th of the month Adar I. There are three common ways of writing this date: Adar I 30, 30th of Adar I or on the 30th of Adar I. We have three ways of describing the Yeshiva: Mercaz Harav, Mercaz Yeshiva or for short Mercaz. One of the nine possibilities yields a statistically significant table. With the number of ELSs set to 10, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 2/1,000.

With expected number of ELSs set to 10, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 2/1,000. The cylinder size produced by the search was 172 columns.
Finding by Professor Haralick

The Jewish year corresponding to the evening of March 6, 2008 is 5768. There are three ways of writing 5768: 5768, in 5768 or for short (5)768. As before, there are three was of describing the yeshiva. One of the nine possibilities yields a statistically significant table. With the number of ELSs set to 20, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 7/1,000.

With expected number of ELSs set to 20, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 7/1,000. The cylinder size produced by the search was 45 columns.
Finding by Professor Haralick

For the combined experiments there were nine combinations. Using our standard methodology for combining results on a trial by trial basis, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce as combined compact result as that produced by the Torah text is 14/1,000.

 Directly responsible for the slaughter is the Palestinian Abu Dhaim. We pair the three appellations we have used for the name of the yeshiva with A. Dhaim and Dhaim. One of the six posibilities produced a statistically significant table. With expected number of ELSs set to 10, 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 5.5/1,000. Abu Dhaim
With expected number of ELSs set to 10, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 5.5/1,000. The cylinder size produced by the search was 10,637 columns.
Finding by Professor Haralick

For the combined experiments there were six combinations. Using our standard methodology for combining results on a trial by trial basis, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce as combined compact result as that produced by the Torah text is 27.5/1,000.

Professor Rips noticed in this case something that he has seen in other cases where an ELS is of a person's name. Prefixed before and after the ELS is the Hebrew word for name, שם.

The cylinder size is 10,640 columns.
Finding by Professor Rips

Finally, there is the question of what organization is responsible for the slaughter. Abu Dhaim was undoubtedly not acting as a loner. He was acting as part of some organization. The two organizations that one immediately thinks of is Hamas and Fatah. At this time it is not actualy known which one. However, as reported in the Jerusalem Post on March 10, 2008, Fatah's armed wing, the Aksa Martyrs Brigades, on Sunday March 9, 2008 issued a stated in Ramallah calling the attack on the Mercaz Harav Yeshiva an heroic operation. As part of the so-called peace process, the Aksa Martyrs Brigades was supposedly dismantled, but evidently it still exists. Also on March 8, 2008, the Palestinian Authority Daily newspaper, the official newspaper of the PLO, put a picture of Abu Dhaim on its front page with a caption: Shahid Holy Islamic Martyr. The official PA daily Al Hayat Al Jadida prominently placed a picture of the killer on its front page, with the caption, The Shahid Alaa Abu Dhaim.. In a page one article on the terror killings, his act is again defined as a Shahada achieving action. Clearly, the Palestinian culture and its political arm the Palestinian Authority is sending its people a straightforward message of valueing any murderer who by terror murders Jews.

There is a table with a close meeting between Mercaz Yeshiva and Fatah. With expected number of ELSs set to 20, the probability that a text would have as compact a table as the Torah text is 54.5/1,000.

With expected number of ELSs set to 20, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 54.5/1,000. The cylinder size produced by the search was 5 columns.
Finding by Rabbi Glazerson
There is a development of this table with the additional key words they will terrorize and terrorist.
With expected number of ELSs set to 100, the probability that a text from the ELS random placement text population would produce a table as compact as that produced by the Torah text is 9/10,000. The cylinder size produced by the search is 5 columns.
Finding by Rabbi Glazerson

And perhaps even more interesting is another development which includes the phrase fire of the terrorist which is the literal English translation of the phrase used in the Hebrew newspapers to discuss the bullets fired by the terrorist killing the yeshiva students. Nearby is a relevant phrase in Leviticus 17:4 he spilled (or shed) blood and there is the phrase shot fire.

Finding by Rabbi Glazerson and Professor Rips

The first row of the table is part of Leviticus 16:34.

This shall be to you an eternal decree to bring atonement upon the Children of Israel for all their sins once a year; and [Aharon] did as Hashem commanded Moses.

In Midrash Rabbah, it says,

As the Day of Atonement effects atonement, so the death of the righteous effects atonement. (Midrash Rabbah, Leviticus, The Soncino Press, London, 1983, p. 264.

This must be one of the sources used by former chief rabbi Rabbi Mordechai Eliyahu whose eulogy in part said,

When there are accusations against the people of Israel, God takes the righteous in order to atone for the sins. They are roses who were picked and thanks to them God will have mercy on us.

Also our sages say that the Angel Michael in heaven sacrifices the souls of the righteous to Hashem. So the words sacrifice to Hashem also appear in the table.

This horrific event should bring Jews to Teshuva (return and repentance) as Yom Kippur atones only with Teshuva. The Redemption will come only with Teshuva and now is the appropriate time.