FRANCE – Jewish man did not attend Bastille Day celebration after his father predicted there would be an attack


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“A man has revealed he made a last-minute decision  not to attend Thursday’s celebrations after his father predicted there would be a terrorist attack that  night. Damien Zamon, 25, who lives in Nice, said  he was planning to watch the fireworks until his father,  Israel, pointed out there had not been an attack during the Euro 2016 celebrations.”

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THE TELEGRAPH – A man did not attend Bastille Day celebration after his father predicted there would be an attack

Lydia Willgress in Nice 

A man has revealed he made a last-minute decision  not to attend Thursday’s celebrations after his father predicted there would be a terrorist attack that  night.

Damien Zamon, 25, who lives in Nice, said  he was planning to watch the fireworks until his father,  Israel, pointed out there had not been an attack during the Euro 2016 celebrations.

His father predicted that the Bastille Day celebrations would be targeted and pleaded  with his son not to go.”He told me not to come because there was no “boom” during the  football,” he told The Telegraph.

“He told me  there would be tonight.””I didn’t  go because of his warning. Instead I stayed at  home.”Mr Zamon said he was  “shocked” at the attacks. “I was  afraid,” he said. “I was  angry.

“When he spoke to his father, he asked  how he knew. “I asked him: ‘How did you do that,  have you got powers, how did you  know?'”

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  1. #1 by Gary on 07/17/2016 - 9:19 am

    I guess Damien had an omen.

  2. #2 by rehmat1 on 07/17/2016 - 10:24 am

    That’s strange! UK’s Israeli mouthpiece, Jewish Chronicle reported on July 17 that several Jews were among the 84 people died in Nice.

    But, Biblical G-d has always shown miracles to save the lives of His ‘Chosen People’.

    For example a story posted by Yitta Halberstam & Judith Leventhal in 2002 at the Zionist Christian website “Beliefnet” went like ….

    In a small, makeshift synagogue not far from the Twin Towers, Orthodox Jewish professionals regularly meet early each morning for daily prayer services. Usually there is no problem rounding up a minyan (quorum of ten men required to pray) and the cramped quarters often overflow with worshipers. But on the morning of September 11th, there was an uncommon dearth of available men. Perhaps they had decided to remain that morning at their resident shuls for the important selichos services that precede the High Holidays. Or, perhaps, they were participating in the shloshim (one month anniversary) memorial services for the Jews who had been killed in the Grand Canyon helicopter crash. Two hundred men who worked in the World Trade Center, were, in fact, late to work that morning because of their participation in the shloshim service. But whatever the reason, the congregants were faced with a problem: only nine men were present, and time was marching on. These were serious men, professionals, and all had to be at their desks at the World Trade Center well before 9:00 a.m.

    “What should we do?” they asked each other, impatiently tapping their wrist watches, as they paced the floors. “This situation hasn’t happened in ages! Where is everybody?”

    “I’m sure a tenth man will come along soon,” someone else soothed. “We have to be patient.”

    The men waited, restless and tense. Some of them were already running late. Finally, when they had all but given up and were going to resort to individual prayer (instead of the preferred communal one), an old man whom nobody had ever seen before shuffled in the door.

    “Did you daven (pray) yet?” he asked, looking at he group.

    “No, sir!” one shouted jubilantly. “We’ve been waiting for you!”

    “Wonderful,” the elderly man responded. “I have to say kaddish (a special prayer recited on the yahrzeit, the anniversary of a close family member’s death) for my father and I have to daven before the omed (lead the prayer services). I’m so glad that you didn’t start yet.”

    Under normal circumstances, the men would have asked the gentleman polite questions: what was his name, where was he from, how did he come to their obscure shul? By now, however, they were frantic to start and decided to bypass protocol. They hastily handed the man a siddur (prayer book), hoping he would prove himself to be the Speedy Gonzales of daveners (prayers). The old man proved to be anything but.

    He seemed to rifle the pages of the siddur in agonizingly slow motion. Indeed, every gesture and movement that the man made seemed deliberately unhurried, protracted, and prolonged. The worshipers were respectful but definitely on shpilkes (pins and needles) to get to work.

    “Oy!” someone smacked his forehead in frustration. “Are we going to be late!”

    That’s when they heard the first explosion: the horrible blast that would forever shake their souls. They ran outside and saw the smoke, the chaos, the screaming crowds, the apocalypse that lay before them.

    It should have been us. After the initial shock and horror, consciousness dawned on them quickly. They realized they had been rescued from the jaws of death. Each and every one of them worked in the Twin Towers. Each and every one of them was supposed to be there before nine. Had it not been for the elderly man and his slow-motion schacharis (morning services), they probably would have been killed.

    They turned to thank him, this mystery man who had saved their lives. They wanted to hug him in effusive gratitude and find out his name and where he had come from on that fateful morning.

    But they’ll never know the answers to these questions that nag at them to this day-when they turned around to embrace him, the man was gone, his identity forever a mystery.

    https://rehmat1.com/2009/06/10/911-waiting-for-the-tenth-man/

  3. #3 by Sternococktail on 07/18/2016 - 1:58 am

    After every other airplane crash, there are stories about people who got a “premonition” that they should cancel their trip. A cartoon I saw recently showed a passenger and a hostess in an otherwise empty airliner cabin – and the hostess saying to the man:”You could sit wherever you want – all the seats were booked by the delegates to a psychic convention, but they all cancelled at the last minute.”. If you father ten thousands of people at one place at the same time, you will all kinds of stories. If the Mossad had hypnotized the Tunisian man to kill random people, they would hardly reveal it afterwards. I am sure there were several Muslim people who cancelled their attendance too. In the absence of hard facts, it’s a good idea to use the concept “Occam’s razor” , The simplest explanation most often turns out to be the truth.
    In the 1940’s, the Swedish submarine “Ulven” (the Wolf) hit a mine and sank with all men west of Gothenburg. All men, except one young sailor, who had been on a bar binge drinking the night before, and now was locked up in a cell of the local police station, and so missed to show up when the sub left the harbor. A case of “God moves in mysterious ways”.

  4. #4 by Sternococktail on 07/18/2016 - 1:59 am

    “gather”

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