The Goliath Arab Propaganda Machine

Please see my new article in The Times of Israel called, “The Goliath Arab Propaganda Machine.”

It has been 71 years since the founding of the modern State of Israel, and while Israel is thank G-d strong militarily, it continues to be seriously threatened by a relentless Arab propaganda war, which they are winning. This War of Words manifests itself on college campuses, protests and rallies against Israel, “progressive politics,” BDS, and the endless stream of anti-Israel resolutions at the United Nations.


Please G-d, He will help us not only militarily to defeat the enemies of Israel, but also to prevail in the battle for truth and justice, identity and history, and ultimately for the Promised Land of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. 😉

(Source Photo: here with attribution to Ruediger)

America, Who Are Our Real Friends?


This is what Israel, a longtime and proven true friend and ally of the United States does:

Iranian Plot on U.S. Possibly Thwarted Due To Israeli Intelligence.

 

These are perhaps the types of things that non-friends of the United States do:


– Attacks pro-Israel congressional representatives as having “dual loyalty.”


– Blame the U.S. for the crisis in Venezuela and back Socialist dictator Maduro.


– Falsely blame the U.S. for killing thousands in Somalia.


– Crassly describe the 9/11 terrorist attack on the U.S. as “someone did something.”


– Mock the U.S. for fearing terrorists, Al Qaeda. 


– Defend hundreds of indiscriminate terror missile attacks on Israeli civilians by Hamas.


– Urge the release of jailed terrorist leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.


– Condemned by the House of Representatives for anti-Semitism.

 

– Attacks credibility of U.S. for criticizing Iranian human rights abuses. 


(Source Photo 1: Jerusalem Post / Photo 2: Facebook)

I Watch With Terror The Rockets Fly

Please see my new article in The Times of Israel called, “I Watch With Terror The Rockets Fly.”

I watch with terror the rockets fly.
The plumes of white smoke in the sky.
Randomly, randomly where will they fall.
A car, a home, a factory, a kindergarten.
The shrapnel penetrating the flesh of its victims.
The rockets do not know the difference,
Between military and civilian, men and women, children and old.

Please pray for the peace and security for Israel. 😉


(Source Photo: Reposted here in video by Israel Foreign Affairs Ministry)

Beautiful Anne Frank

In Remembrance of Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Observance) today:


This is a beautiful Hebrew song about Anne Frank who at age 13 went into hiding in Amsterdam from the Nazis.


For two years, they stayed in the attic…not being able to make a sound or open a window.


But she kept an amazing diary that preserves for us the life and suffering they went through. 


After 761 days, they were discovered and Anne Frank was was sent to Auschwitz Concentration Camp. 


Anne and her sister Margot died in Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp.


This child was beautiful and her story lives to remind us of the evil that we face and the survival that we all must.  😉


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Song:


Anne Frank’s Diary


Lyrics:

A book hides me.
And what, what a fear.
My father, my mother and my sister,
With the neighbors together.
We are all in silence and quiet,
With only the heart whispering whispers.
Here they hide from the soldiers,
Which our soul seeks.
My diary, my precious,
Oh Kitty, my friend.
Will I ever see a sunrise?
Will I find my death?
In the tiny rooms, From a suffocating feeling.
Cold days and clouds.
Nights of terror and silence.
It’s not true, it’s not right,
I want to laugh out loud.
Dance, sing and play,
I’m a child, all in all.
My diary, my precious …
There are terrible moments,
In our relations.
So crowded here in the apartment, Everything is closing in on us.
Food is also very lacking, The war within the city.
Will I live? Will I survive?
Do you still love and sing?
My diary, my precious …

Rocking Mimouna @Magen David Synagogue

I learnt last night that Mimouna comes from the word “Emunah” which means faith. 


The Mimouna is the celebration at the end of Passover. 


It is a custom from the Jews who lived in Morocco who celebrated hand-in-hand with their Arab neighbors in peace and harmony


this celebration of faith, friendship, and peace that has now become standard in Jewish communities far and wide. 


In the light of the anti-Semitic instances yesterday with the caricature in the garbage New York Times and the Shooting at the Chabad synagogue in San Diego (exactly 6 months after the shooting at the Pittsburgh synagogue), I say:


Let us have faith in the one true G-d that he will redeem his loving people of all religions and utterly punish the haters and anti-Semites for the evil they are. 


(Source Video and Photos: Andy Blumenthal)

The Hateful, Anti-Semitic New York Times

This is what has become of the garbage New York Times…



Resorting to anti-Semitism, hate, and incitement against the Jewish people and Israel.


This from the New York Times “coincidentally” the same day that a shooting spree took place at a synagogue in California resulting with one women dead, multiple people injured, and the Rabbi losing one or more of his fingers. 



Complete disgrace on the hateful, Anti-Semitic New York Times!



U.S. Department of Justice investigation!!!



Amazing how the alt-left liberals, with the New York Times leading the march of hate, profess to fight against every …phobia and …ism, except of course, against the age-old Anti-Semitism!



How are the New York Times’ disgusting “leadership” going to be held accountable?



For every decent person still out there, please dump your subscription to the garbage New York Times and stand up against the hateful publication that it truly is.



(Source Caricature: The Hateful, Anti-Semitic New York Times)

Barking and Biting

Please see my new article in The Times of Israel, “We Must Take Every Bark Seriously.”

Sometimes, when they bark, they don’t bite. But other times, the bark is the prelude to the bite. I don’t think you can judge intentions by the bark, and I am certain you need to always be ready for the bite. Dogs and people are not really that different. Over millennia of history, Jews have been threatened and persecuted–barked at and bitten, and they have not been mutually exclusive.


The Jewish people are few in number and with a small but miraculous and wonderful country–we know that rabid dogs that bark against us, also can bite ferociously, and we must take every threat seriously for our very survival. 


(Source Photo: Andy Blumenthal)