Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Chanuka Question: Who said מי לה' אלי?

If you know the correct answer, please leave it in the comments.
 
PS: still working on my awesome post :)
 
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13 comments:

Lurker said...

Moshe Rabbenu, of course. Just prior to ordering the massacre following the het ha-egel. (Shemot 32:26).

So what do I win? :-)

G said...

Charlton Heston

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Lurker: you aren't eligable to play :)

Tempo said...

Moshe, when rounding up the troops to punish the Jews after chet ha-egel.

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

People...didn't I write this was a Chanuka question?

(And Lurker, keep your mouth closed...big post coming up tonight on this :)

Anonymous said...

juda mac

G said...

This guy

D.C. said...

Matityahu -- not exactly those words, but a sort of paraphrase thereof, in I Macabees 2:28 (or 2:27, depending how you count it).

Jacob Da Jew said...

Jew Da Jacob!

Ye'he Sh'mey Raba Mevorach said...

I'm with D.C. but I don't feel like looking it up. I'm supposed to be working. Happy Chanukah Jameel!

Lurker said...

D.C.: Matityahu -- not exactly those words, but a sort of paraphrase thereof, in I Macabees 2:28 (or 2:27, depending how you count it).

That's a pretty close match, I have to admit...

Hey, Jameel -- nu, where's the post?

Anonymous said...

osama bin laden or GW?

-shmendrik

muse said...

Where are leaders when you need them? Today's politicians say something like:
מי לי?
מה לי?
הכל לי!!

But I'm really visiting to tell you that you're strangely tagged!

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