By Moshe Feiglin
"And the man looked wondrously upon her, silently waiting to know if G-d had made his journey successful or not." (From this week's Torah portion, Chayei Sarah, Genesis 24:21)
Reality is turning out to be just as we predicted. All of our prophecies of doom have turned out to be exactly what happened. The rockets actually did crash into Ashkelon. Part of Israeli society actually is turning its back on the Land of Israel and its associated values. Israel really has lost its legitimacy as a result. We can only look on in wonder at how accurately we were able to portray what would take place.
We said that ultimately, the High Court's scorn of our Nation's Jewish values would become a double edged sword that would bring about its loss of legitimacy in Israeli society. That is exactly what has happened.
The annual days of incitement against the Right on the anniversary of Rabin's assassination have brought the leaders of the Labor party to find ways to disassociate themselves from Rabin - or face the disdain of the public.
We look on in wonder, as reality plays out the scenarios that we predicted.
But despite the clear proofs that his plan is working, Eliezer the servant of Abraham remains unsure if G-d has made his mission successful or not.
The fact that we were right in no way ensures that we will succeed. As of now, the opposite is true. We look on in wonder, but nonetheless reality continues to march along the Oslo path. Being right does not guarantee results. We have to work to realize our goals.
If we do not introduce Israeli society to an alternative to Oslo, it will continue to march down the only path it knows.
And we can continue to look on in wonder.