Iran was conquered in eight minutes
Excerpt of a shiur that the Rav gave after the morning prayers last week
[Someone came and told the Rav that there was a book called “Shivtei Yeshurun” which explains how every curse contained in the Torah will be transformed into a bracha, a blessing.]
The Komarna wrote this book, but he only explained a part of how [the curses turn to blessings] the word “disappear”, he interprets – Hashem will make the curses disappear. This is in the Zohar, in Parshat Ki Tavo. We need to print this out twice a year, once before Shavuot and once before Rosh Hashana:
“Rabbi Yose asked Rabbi Yehuda: ‘Who can stand up in these curses?’” So they sent a dove to Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, and asked him ‘who can stand up in these curses?!’ So then Eliyahu HaNavi came and said to him: “Just now, I was in the Heavenly beit din (court), and they asked exactly the same question in shemayim, and it was said that all of these things are only brachot, blessings.”
“Hashem will return you to Mitzrayim in ships” (Devarim 28: 68).
The meaning of this is that Mitzrayim will be conquered in a second.
It’s like what happened now, when we conquered Iran in eight minutes.
We blew everything up for them in one night. Putin wanted to start a war, but suddenly: “The fear of the Jews fell upon them” (Megillat Esther 8:17), so he met Bibi and hugged him [instead].
Because now he doesn’t know what to do. On the one hand, he hates Israel – but he loves Jews, because up until the age of 10 he grew up with them. So, until age 10 he grew up around Jews, and that’s why he became the president [of Russia].
He doesn’t know what to do, because he built all the bases for the Iranians, but he prefers the Jews, because it’s impossible to ever really rely on the Arabs.
This was the most powerful war that ever occurred in just eight minutes.
And Trump is also going to fight them. He’s meshugga (crazy), he’s going to drive them completely insane. So now, Moshiach will come, and we will have the geula.
But Moshiach will only come in another 200 years.
 The curses listed in Parshat Ki Tavo in the Torah.