With opening of the latest Harry Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," reports have been rushing in regarding unusual incidents, which the muggle media has not been able to explain.
Of course, we know what's really been going on, both here in Israel and abroad. Sabotage.
(click to enlarge)Anyone who is "carrying" is asked to be vigilant, and to be on guard at all times. Keep "it" easily accessible.
The evidence is incontrovertible. Now that Voldemort has been put out of commission, a group of evil hags has stepped in to take his place in the evil, control and manipulation department.
I personally encountered one of these hags in K'far Tapu'ah, if you can believe it. She caused me quite a bit of trouble over the past three years.
She was one of the reasons I had to leave. She herself was no match for me, of course. But with most all of the muggle residents under her control, constantly causing me problems, it just took much out of me to be on guard 24/7. She would not even give me a break on Shabbath, periodically sending over her young minyons to torment me.
Please be on the look out. Who knows what they are up to, and what damage they can do.
Here I am, casting a Confundus Charm on the Arab workers, in the building across from me. Of course, I must admit that didn't take much of an effort. (OMG! That's racist! I'm offended! *eyes rolling*)
"Don't put your wand away, Harry. They might come back."
-Mrs. Figg, "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix"
*Israeli wands are typically made from olive, fig, grape, pomegranate, almond, walnut, hazelnut, acacia, oak, cedar, cypress, and willow.
In addition to donkey tail hair, cores are comprised of dove tail feather and leviathan heart string.