'There's a Spy in the Sky and He's a Jew'

Veteran singer-songwriter Glenn Douglas Tubb has a message for the Iranians who think they can wipe out God's chosen.

Gil Ronen,

Guitar (illustration)
Guitar (illustration)
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US President Barack Obama is getting into "daily arguments" with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu but that doesn't mean the people of the United States are any less supportive of Israel than they ever were.

A new song by veteran songwriter Glenn Douglas Tubb delivers that message to Israel, and to the nations that seek to annihilate it.

The title appears to be an allusion to the widespread paranoia in the Muslim world regarding Israel's spying capabilities. This feeling of dread has led Muslims to accuse vultures and sharks of working for the Mossad.

Hamas terrorists in Gaza have often ascribed their lack of luck in hitting Jewish targets with their rockets to the hand of God, as well.




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