I am reminded of the joke: It had been raining for days. There was a terrible flood. The waters rose so high that one man was forced to climb onto the roof of his house.

A man in a rowboat appeared and told him to get in. “No,” replied the man on the roof. “I have faith in God; God will save me.” The man in the rowboat went away. The man on the roof prayed for God to save him.

The waters rose higher and higher, and suddenly a speedboat appeared. “Climb in!” shouted a man in the boat. “No,” replied the man on the roof. “I have faith in God; God will save me.” So the man in the speedboat went away. Again, the man on the roof prayed for God to save him.

The waters continued to rise. A helicopter appeared and over the loudspeaker, the pilot announced he would lower a rope to the man on the roof. “No,” replied the man on the roof. “I have faith in God, God will save me.” So the helicopter went away. And again, the man on the roof prayed for God to save him.

The waters rose higher and higher, and eventually they rose so high that the man on the roof was washed away and drowned.

He arrives in heaven, goes right to God, and says, “I had faith in you, I prayed to you to save me, and yet you did nothing. Why?” God gave him a puzzled look and replied, “I sent you two boats and a helicopter, what else did you expect?”

God gave Mr. Netanyahu an opportunity. The Prime Minister took it. What happens next is in God’s hands. We are one big family. Would you bring him home isn’t the wrong question: It’s not a question.