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Monday, May 31, 2010
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Friday, May 28, 2010
Things to think about over Shabbat and next week:

Will Bibi let himself be used by Obama as a photo-op to fix the damage Obama has done to the Democratic party with his attacks on Israel?

David Horovitz of the Jerusalem Post was practically beside him in this weekend's editorial - regional war is around the corner this summer. My question is, if there is a war, and missiles rain on Tel Aviv, will Israel go nuclear in response?

How long until the next terror attack on 443?

What will actually happen to the Flotilla of terrorist supporters?

Shabbat Shalom
Wednesday, May 26, 2010
The Jerusalem Post is reporting that in case of war, the IDF is likely to move up to half a million Jews to Judea and Samaria for safety.

During the Leabanon II war, the "settlers" hosted some 10,000 refugees from the North.

The IDF's plan includes armored transportation to J&S.

This has already been incorporated into the current country-wide drill.

Isn't it ironic?

The Arabs are going to be directly responsible for another 500,000 Jews living in Judea and Samaria.
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
When I first saw this I thought it was a joke:

The Obama administration is looking for ways to build up "moderate elements" within Hizbullah and to diminish the influence of hard-liners, Reuters reported John Brennan, assistant to the president for homeland security and counterterrorism saying Tuesday.
He had recently returned from a visit to Lebanon.
One can only assume that the Obama administration is also looking for "moderate elements" in Al Qaeda to talk to also.

What's next? A mosque at Ground Zero?

Lurker found me a more complete article.

"Hezbollah is a very interesting organization," Brennan told a Washington conference, citing its evolution from "purely a terrorist organization" to a militia to an organization that now has members within the parliament and the cabinet.

"There are certainly the elements of Hezbollah that are truly a concern to us what they're doing. And what we need to do is to find ways to diminish their influence within the organization and to try to build up the more moderate elements," Brennan said.

The purposefully complete lack of understanding is astonishing.
Wednesday, May 12, 2010
It is now Yom Yerushalayim, Jerusalem Day. 43 years ago Jerusalem was liberated and reunited.

On Yom Ha'atzmaut I was talking to one of my wife's relatives during the BBQ. Apparently everyone else already knew the story, so in all the years it was never brought up, so when I heard this story for the first time, I was amazed.

He was a Paratrooper in 1967. Through a series of events (a whole other story), he ended up that June day fighting in Jerusalem, instead of somewhere else entirely. As a result, he was one of the first soldiers that fought his way into the Old City. The fighting was still going on, and they were under orders to continue fighting. But most of the Paratroopers felt that they absolutely needed to go to the Kotel. And so they did, and he was among the first Paratroopers there. The rest is history.

Now that is totally cool.

Happy Yom Yerushalayim
Sunday, May 09, 2010
This coming Wednesday is Yom Yerushalayim.

NORPAC is running a mission to Washington where participants will be meeting with US congressmen to tell them how imperative it is for the US to continue to remain a strong ally with Israel and not just with empty words about "best friends" while simultaneously bullying and threatening Israel - and I am sure that Yom Yerushalyim was chosen for the specific message that wonderful day brings with it.

It's taken a while, but now even those that could hardly be misidentified as Conservatives or Republicans have gotten vocal (or brave enough to speak publicly) about Obama and his one-sided attack on Israel, whether we're talking about Ed Koch, Senator Charles Schumer, or even Elie Wiesel.

One can only hope that this recognition that something is deeply wrong in the White House won't be sidetracked, and that people won't continue to be fooled by some eloquent words meant to allay suspicions.

American Jews need to not be complacent at this time.

Good American Jews have no influence in this Administration, but they still have influence in Congress and the Senate. Take this opportunity, ahead of Yom Yerushalayim, to write your Congressman and Senators and tell them that 43 years ago Jerusalem was reunited and made an open city for all religions (not just Muslims). Don't let the Obama administration turn back the clock and cut up Jerusalem.

Leading Democrats and Liberals have finally acknowledged that Obama is trying to implement things that are bad for Israel, and bad for Jerusalem. Let them know that you appreciate their public support for Israel and Jerusalem, despite the Obama regime.
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