January 28, 2009

A Must See Video!

Aired On Jan 26th.

Egyptian Cleric Amin Al-Ansari Justifies the Holocaust, Airs Footage, and Declares: "This Is What We Hope Will Happen But, Allah Willing, at the Hand of the Muslims."

(WARNING: Disturbing Holocaust Footage)

January 26, 2009

A special place in Gehennom for this scum

One of the many reasons I can't wait for Moshaich to arrive: seeing this Amalekite forced to stand in front of G-d Almighty.

January 15, 2009

I love this.

Baruch HaShem! Tzahal is not the koach of Am Yisrael. Hashem Tzivaot is our strength.

Bad Economy May Fuel Hate Groups, Experts Warn

Experts Warn That Downturn Could Drive Discontent, Help Extremists Recruit.

From the Washington Post. Click HERE for the full article.

January 13, 2009

Emunah - My thoughts.

I am not trying to introduce a chidush. This has probably a basic Rashi and am showing my ignorance, but here goes.

I noticed in morning davening that Psalm 146 and 147 seemingly have similar thoughts but are actually very different. In 146 we read: "Praiseworthy is he in whose help is the God of Jacob; his hope is in the Lord his God. Who made heaven and earth, the sea and all that is in them, Who keeps truth forever. Who performs justice for the oppressed, Who gives bread to the hungry..." נֹתֵן לֶחֶם לָרְעֵבִים

147 reads: "He gives the animal its food, to the young ravens which call out." In Hebrew there is a "mapik heh" which denotes that the bread is the animal's. נוֹתֵן לִבְהֵמָה לַחְמָהּ Lachmah... her bread.

The lashon is very telling. Hashem gives food to the hungry human being; one who can, or at least should, realize from Whom his food is coming.

The animal is one who assumes that the bread is her's to begin with.

Perhaps Melech David is giving us a message. We can act like the animal and claim that we have is from our own hands: my money, my home, my car. Or we can use the human trait of emunah and realize that all we have was, is and will always be from Hashem's will.

In fact 147 continues (after describing the animal): "He does not delight in the strength of the horse; He does not take pleasure in the legs of man. Hashem takes pleasure in those who fear him, in those who hope in His loving kindness."

I have many friends who have been hit hard by the economic collapse, myself included. It is a daily struggle to remember that I am not in control. I can work hard and give everything 100%, but it is Hashem who runs the world. He not only sustains us weekly, but for evey second.

Klal Yisrael needs to remember that and look to our Father in Heaven. The IDF, Obama's bailout, that vitamin you take in the morning... none can be successsful without the will of Hashem.

Thanks for listening.

Judah's Hechsher of Blog Awesomeness! #2

Here are more of my favorite sites.

Israel Matzav

Right Truth

Stand Strong for the Klal

Little Green Footballs (I know it's a no-brainer, but kudos to Charles nonetheless)

The Elder of Ziyon

Dhimmi Watch

Avodah Ivrit

West Bank Mama

Read 'em. Support 'em. Love 'em. They keep the Klal strong.

January 12, 2009

From Dreaming of Moshiach

Posek HaDor HaGaon Rabbi Shmuel Levi Vosner Shlita:
"We see many miracles during this war and we must increase our prayers. Soon we will be zoche to see the Bet HaMikdash, very very very very soon in our days!"

LA Pro-Israel Demonstration - 1/11/09

I have video! Will post tonight once I get it transferred.

Pro-Palestinian rally in New York turns violent

From CNN.com

NEW YORK (CNN) -- At least nine protesters were arrested in a pro-Palestinian rally Sunday afternoon in New York that injured seven police officers, authorities said.

The extent of injuries varied from minor to serious, New York police said. Two officers sustained head injuries.

Detective Cheryl Crispin said the protesters taken into custody faced charges ranging from disorderly conduct to reckless endangerment.

In a statement, the NYPD said the officers were injured when trying to break up a fight between two demonstrators.

"While attempting to separate the males, several others joined in and began to assault the officers," the statement said.

The demonstrators had gathered on Manhattan's West Side on Sunday afternoon to protest the Israeli incursion in Gaza. The rally began peacefully, but skirmishes between police and demonstrators eventually broke out, witnesses said. iReport.com: Hundreds march, shout at rally

Steve Sherman, coordinator of security for United for Peace and Justice and a demonstrator at the rally, said police maced demonstrators.

"The police pushed us out onto the avenue, and as we were walking down the avenue ... they charged with horses on the sidewalks and they charged with their own bodies and pushed in, and a riot started," he said.

Mike Eilenfeldt, another demonstrator, said confrontations between the police and protesters appeared to escalate after a police officer had fallen to the ground.

"He's laying on the street, and from that point on it's a police riot where they start attacking the young people," Eilenfeldt told CNN.

Police denied the allegations of mace being used on protesters.

January 09, 2009

Jackass of the Right. I think he and Carter should mud wrestle.

January 08, 2009

Judah's Hechsher of Blog Awesomeness!

Here are my picks for the most Chazak Pro-Israel blogs. These are my "must reads."

Smooth Stone

Point of Pinchas

Daled Amos

Boker Tov, Boulder

Biur Chametz

Yeranen Yaakov

and the kick-butt, up to the minute news from the front...

The Muqata

Keep up the awesomeness!

The Palestine that never was...

"The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct "Palestinian people" to oppose Zionism."
- Palestine Liberation Organization executive committee member Zahir Muhsein, 1977
Worth reposting. Read Joseph Farah's excellent article Palestinian People Do Not Exist

"Then We [Allah] said to the Israelites: 'Dwell in this land [the Land of Israel]. When the promise of the hereafter [End of Days] comes to be fulfilled, We [Allah] shall assemble you [the Israelites] all together [in the Land of Israel]."
Qur'an, "Night Journey," chapter 17:100-104

From today's Wall Street Journal

The Jews Face a Double Standard

Why doesn't Israel have the same right to self-defense as other nations?

The world-wide protests against Israel's ground incursion into Gaza are so full of hatred that they leave me with the terrible feeling that these protests have little to do with the so-called disproportionality of the Israeli response to Hamas rockets, or the resulting civilian casualties.

My fear is that the rage we see in the protesters marching in the streets is far more profound and dangerous than we would like to believe. There are a great many people in the world who, even after Auschwitz, just can't bear the Jewish state having the same rights they so readily grant to other nations. These voices insist Israel must take risks they would never dare ask of any other nation-state -- risks that threaten its very survival -- because they don't believe Israel should exist in the first place.

Just look at the spate of attacks this week on Jews and Jewish institutions around the world: a car ramming into a synagogue in France; a Chabad menorah and Jewish-owned shops sprayed with swastikas in Belgium; a banner at an Australian rally demanding "clean the earth from dirty Zionists!"; demonstrators in the Netherlands chanting "Gas the Jews"; and in Florida, protestors demanding Jews "Go back to the ovens!"

How else can we explain the double-standard that is applied to the Gaza conflict, if not for a more insidious bias against the Jewish state?

Read the whole article HERE

Israel demonstration - Los Angeles 1/06/09

Hey! My sign made the Daily News. There I am in the back holding my protest sign.

For those who can't see, it says:

"Neturei Karta = Erev Rav"


Senator Jon Kyl - A true friend and friend of Truth


Fast forward to: 5:49:25 to see his amazing speech.

Please contact the Senator and show him your support:


Probably the first truthful thing this man's ever said

Child Abuse. Hamas Style

January 07, 2009

THIS is our enemy.

Remember, our enemies are not just in the Middle East.

You reap what you sow.

I have been actively working to support Israel and her sons as thy battle hard against the murderous terrorists of Gaza. One thing that I can't get past, however, is that none of this would be happening if the Israeli Government didn't relinquish our G-d given Land.

Gush Katif residents are homeless. We watched as the so-called "Palestinians" burned down the synagogue there. We sat by as Hamas took power. Are we really surprised at the outcome? Will there be no learning curve?

No dividing wall, land grab or peace plan will improve the situation. We are at war with a people whose blood lust is inhuman. They sacrifice their children, like the Canaanites of old, to a blood hungry god. Though this god is not called Molech, it is called "Jihad." Just as the nation of Israel had the moral, ethical and divine right to kill those who have no moral compass, no compassion; a people who are at their very core evil, so to do we have the obligation today to destroy our enemies.

No negotiations with terrorists. No ceasefire with terrorists. No concessions to terrorists.