A different take on Israel and Other Important Issues

I held off uploading this video, which I photographed from about 9:30-10:00 from my livingroom window on April 3, 11 because I sent it to the local newspapers and hoped they knew of a story that could provide a rational explanation for the bizarreness of it all.

I got no answer from them. So, I’m uploading it as another possible piece of evidence that something is wrong in Tzfat (aka Safed and Zefat) Israel.

This is the blurb I put up on my FB profile with the video and shared it with the local papers. I also sent it to them privately with an inquiry in Hebrew. Being as they didn’t answer, I have to chalk it up to more Tzfat weirdness.

I’d like to know from the local newspapers if they got any stories that explains this helicopter hovering across from the Ofer neighborhood for half and hour and the man in the dark car throwing a blanket out of his car into the middle of the road, meeting the ambulance driver and the reason why the ambulance driver threw the blanket away over the fence.

There are often police cars and unmarked cars parked right below my window on the road in the Ofer neighborhood of Tzfat, which is a 5-7 minute walk to the Rivka Ziv Hospital.
There are *many* black helicopters in the area.
This is the first time I have seen a police helicopter.
It hovered for about half an hour.
Then the bizarre incident with the car and ambulance occurred right after it flew away.
This may or may not be connected to what is happening in the Hospital – the joint lawsuit for human experimentation, but I want it noted.

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