Israeli Astrologist sees Oslo Accords Disintegrating

Israel Hayom’s Astrologist Tova Safra consulted the stars to see what 2013 holds for the Oslo Accords signed by Israel and the Palestinians in 1993.


2013 will be a bad year for the Oslo Accords, astrologist Tova Safra predicted on Friday in the Israeli daily Israel Hayom, which is owned by Jewish U.S. casino mogul Sheldon Adelson.

Oslo Accords

President Clinton presides over the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993, a time that brought hope for peace and revitalized Israeli youth culture, paving the way for hip-hop to take hold in Israel. – Photo by AP

Safra consulted the stars to see what the new year holds for the agreement signed by Israel and the Palestinians in 1993, and made a number of less-than-encouraging predictions.

“Following recent developments in our region, people have been talking about the validity of the Oslo Accords, which were signed on 13.9.1993 in Washington,” the astrologist wrote. “The stars show that this vision is moving further away, and even though there are attempts to ‘revive’ it, this is artificial respiration. Reality will return and show that it has no chance.”

The astrologist predicted that we will see efforts to revive the accords between March and April 2013, or between October 2013 and February 2014.

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Israel Hayom Screenshot of the astrological prediction in Israel Hayom, December 28, 2012.

According to the position of the stars in the integrated astrological charts of both the State of Israel and the Accords, Israel won’t publicly announce that it is canceling the Accords. However, there will be “a kind of compromise on the part of the public relations network that Israel will carry out, particularly during the summer months of 2013,” the astrologist said.

Safra also had a prediction for what the new year would bring for the Palestinians, when it comes to the agreement: “On the chart of the Oslo Accords with the Palestinians, we see that they will continue with unilateral measures, rendering the [Oslo Accords] meaningless.”


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