Nachshon jumped into the sea, and G-d split the waters. The Jews walked through, and were miraculously saved from the Egyptians.
A few years ago, I sat down next to a friend, an Israeli who had moved to Toronto. He told me that he was once patrolling in Gaza with two other soldiers. One of them was completely crazy, he never should have been allowed to join the army. As they turned a corner, they were suddenly confronted by a mob. He thought that he was finished. Suddenly the crazy soldier started to scream and charge at the mob, his rifle extended straight out. My friend and the other soldier figured that they can’t let him go by himself, so they joined him, screaming and charging at the mob. Suddenly, the mob split, like the parting of the sea, and ran for their lives. “It was a miracle,” he said.
As I write this, Itamar Ben-Gvir is Nachshon. He is not afraid of the demonstrators or the world, as he insists that the judicial reform must continue.
Soon, I’m sure, the entire Israel, and the entire world, will thank him.
May we continue to witness G-d’s wondrous miracles, until the greatest miracle of all, the final Redemption with Moshiach.