14 February 2012

In the Headlines Today

21 Shevat 5772

Ehud Barak, by all accounts, is a highly intelligent man. And, by all accounts, he's very proud of that fact. If he'd only listen to what his mouth is saying.

Barak: Enemies Determined to Destroy Israeli Lifestyle

Defense Minister Ehud Barak responded to Monday's attacks in India and Georgia by saying, Tuesday, "Iran and Hizbullah are determined to sabotage the Israeli lifestyle....

Our sages have already told us that our "enemies" are only tools in G-d's hands; that our problems are with HKB"H and that when we fix that, our "enemies" will cease to be "enemies." (All except Amalek that is, but anyway.)

With that in mind, let's reword that: HASHEM Determined to Destroy Israeli Lifestyle

Now, does it make sense? The "Israeli lifestyle" is trying to supplant and replace the "Jewish lifestyle." Therefore...


Is Israel Giving Jewish Heritage Sites to PA?
The PA wants UNESCO to declare the Patriarchs’ Cave and Rachel’s Tomb as its heritage sites. Israel is excluding them from its own list.

This is another sign of the Erev Rav regime's attempts to divorce itself from Jewish patrimony. All I can say is that they're not going to have to suffer from their aversion to Jewishness much longer.


Bruchim Habaim!!!

Never Too Late: US Couple in 90s Makes Aliyah
The oldest couple ever to make aliyah landed in Israel on Tuesday from Baltimore. Welcome to Israel, Phillip and Dorothy Grossman, ages 95 and 93. They are part of a Nefesh B’Nefesh group with more than 40 other new immigrants from North America. The Grossmans immediately headed for their new home in Jerusalem.



Water Level Rising Due to Rainfall
The water level rose in recent days by 1.5 inches, and now stands at 13.5 inches above the red line. The Sea of ​​Galilee (also known as Lake Kineret) is still more than four meter under its ideal water level. Rain is forecast starting Thursday with possible light snow in the greater Jerusalem area over the weekend.

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