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Thursday, May 19, 2005
  Anyone read Jacoby today?

Man, this guys good.

Why is Islam disrespected?
- posted by Prodly @ Thursday, May 19, 2005 (1) comments


Tuesday, May 17, 2005
  Israel is a cancer spreading through the body of the Islamic nation

Read. From:CAMERA
- posted by Prodly @ Tuesday, May 17, 2005 (0) comments


Wednesday, May 11, 2005
  Independence Day

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Today is Israel's Memorial Day where we honor those soldiers who gave their lives for our country. Tonight begins Yom Ha'atzmaut (Israeli Independence Day) - This date, the fifth day of Iyar, marks the day on which the State of Israel "officially" came into existence, with the end of the British Mandate coming on May 14, 1948 - Iyar 5 5708. In these tough times it's important to remember that Israel isn't just an Israeli country, it's a Jewish homeland. The British didn't give it to us, G-d did.

Like them or not, these are some of the many heroes who have contributed so much to keep our country Jewish as well as safe.....
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You think Israel's a tough place to live now? Here's some perspective
- posted by Prodly @ Wednesday, May 11, 2005 (0) comments


Tuesday, May 10, 2005
  Yom HaZikaron

Yom HaZikaron, the Israeli Memorial Day begins this evening. At 8pm tonight in Israel the siren will sound and there will be a moment of silence to remember all of the Soldiers and security personnel who have given there lives to the State of Israel. There were 21,954 of them.

I have known many people who have served in the Israeli army over the years but I have only known one who has fallen. St. Srg. Ari Weiss of the Nachal Brigade.
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3 Weeks before he turned 22 he was killed during a fierce gun battle in Nablus.

The Weiss family made Aliyah from the U.S. in 1992. I knew Ari and his brother Eli from Camp Moshava in Wild Rose, Wisconsin. Ari was a couple of years younger than I. I remember him being very quiet. He was a skinny little harmless kid. I knew that the family was making Aliyah, and I had never heard about the Weiss family again. That is until Ari, the skinny little quiet kid who grew up and became a tough and respected soldier, was killed defending his country.
I didn't know Srg. Weiss all that well when we were kids together in camp, but I was most definitely affected very much by the news of his passing.

On this Yom HaZikaron my prayers go out to the Weiss family as well as the Baumel, Arad, Feldman, Katz, and Hever families.

I pray to G-d that we get some encouraging information soon.
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Ari Weiss links:
Death of a Hero
Dear Ari

MIA Links:
Israili MIAs
Zachary Baumel
- posted by Prodly @ Tuesday, May 10, 2005 (0) comments


Monday, May 09, 2005
  More about why it's better to live in Israel.....

Via: Aish HaTorah
Excerpts from "On Cab Drivers, Shopkeepers and Strangers," Feldheim Publication.

NOW, THAT'S SERVICE

My friend Faigy E. travels to work each day by bus: it's about a forty-five minute ride from her home. During rush hour the bus is always stuffed with people in a hurry - and the traffic on the streets is awesome.
Yesterday morning, a very, very old man wobbled up to the bus. The harried bus driver waited patiently for him to climb up the steps one by one, and the first seat was quickly vacated so that the old man could sit down. When he was settled, the bus driver quickly closed the doors, and zoomed away.
Faigy was sitting close by, and overheard the very old man explain to the bus driver that he had to go to the local clinic for some tests. He asked the bus driver to tell him where to get off in order to get to the clinic.
Now, the clinic is not located on the main street where the bus line runs. In fact, it is two blocks off to the right of the main street. Faigy was wondering how long it would take that poor old man to walk those two long blocks, when the bus driver stopped at a red light.
Turning around in his seat to face all the passengers on his crowded bus, he called out, "Does anyone have any objection if I drive this man to the clinic?"
No one objected.
And so the entire Egged bus, stuffed full of passengers all rushing to get to their jobs on time, left the regular bus route. And, two blocks later, the doors opened to out the little old man - at the clinic entrance.

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A REGULAR BUS TRIP

This story took place on the #11 bus from Ramat Shlomo neighborhood of Jerusalem.
A friend, Miriam L., was one of the first passengers on the bus that day since she lives near the first bus stop of the #11 route. She thus was able to get the seat right behind the bus driver - the perfect seat for seeing and hearing much of what goes on in a bus...
After traveling past only a few bus stops, a little boy climbed onto the bus and sat down across the aisle from Miriam - i.e. in easy view of both my friend and the bus driver.
Two or three bus stops later, this little boy suddenly burst into tears. And, as the bus was slowly meandering through the residential streets, he continued to cry and cry and cry.
By the next bus stop, the driver turned around in his seat, and asked the little boy, "Why are you crying so hard? What is wrong?"
The sobbing little boy answered that he had been given very specific directions by his mother regarding when he should get off the bus, which way he should walk, and how to get to where he was supposed to go. But he no longer remembered anymore what his mother had said to do or where he was supposed to get off the bus.
Without a word to anyone, or a comment of any kind, the bus driver turned the entire bus around and returned to the child's home. He then opened the bus's doors and told the little boy to hurry and ask his mother for directions again, and then to hurry back.
Meanwhile the bus driver again turned his (big city) bus around in order to be heading in the right direction when the child returned. He then proceeded to explain the whole story to his perplexed passengers.
Of course, being Israel, no one complained or protested this disruption in the regular scheduling of public transportation. Everyone just waited for the little boy to come back to the bus and climb aboard.
Which he soon did.
And then the bus just drove off again, continuing on its regular route.
- posted by Prodly @ Monday, May 09, 2005 (3) comments


Friday, May 06, 2005
  Rockets, Egypt, and the Hudna

In recent weeks there have been an increase of arab attacks on Israelis by 300%. So much for the Hudna. What is Abbas doing about it? Well he's planning more attacks, what else would the leader of the palestinian people be doing? Unfortunately Mofaz and sharon aren't doing anything either.
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Yesterday more kassam rockets landed in Sderot causing many citizens to go into shock. also yesterday an arab terrorist fired a missile at an Israeli school vehicle. My question would be, where the hell are those in-bred peasants getting these weapons? I mean I know that we game them a substantial amount of rifles from Oslo, you see the hamas terrorists proudly carrying those all the time on the news. But anti-tank and shoulder fire missiles? The most obvious answer would be of course Egypt. We know about the weapons smuggling tunnels and gigantic palestinian population there. We know that most of the anti-Israel incitement comes straight from our Egyption neighbors. We also know that Egypt has the largest most sophisticated army in the arab world. Israel should be as concerned with Egypt as they are with Iran but of course our fearless warrior turned peacenik Ariel Sharon sees things differently.
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I am so appalled to here of recent plans to let Egypt patrol the Philidelphi route, which is the area where gaza borders Egypt. We have managed to keep Epygtions forces at a safe enough distance from our citizens thanks to Menachem Begin and the Camp David Accords which stipulates that the Sinai from which we evacuated our communities, would remain de-militarized. We know that Egypt is supporting the intifada by directly supplying weapons to the palestinians.

Can someone please tell me what good can come of putting armed Egyptions soldiers directly on our border charged with the task of providing our security? That sounds so freeking absurd I almost crapped myself when I heard it. I pray to G-d when the Knesset votes on whether or not to allow Egypt to control our borders, the MK's have enough sense to smell imminent threat.

G-d help us.
- posted by Prodly @ Friday, May 06, 2005 (2) comments


Thursday, May 05, 2005
  On the latest Boycott.....

Sue Blackwell, a Birmingham lecturer, who is launching her second attempt to secure a national boycott of Israeli academia, said that, if successful, the move would increase the pressure on the "illegitimate state of Israel". She accused the country's universities of being complicit in the alleged abuse of Palestinians in the occupied territories."
Sue Blackwell is a liberal anti-semetic idiot who suffers from the very serious illness called 'turds of the mouth disease'.
Sorry Sue. I'll pray for you.
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- posted by Prodly @ Thursday, May 05, 2005 (1) comments


  Yom Hashoah

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Today is Yom Hashoah. The official day where we remember the 6,000,000 Jews that were murdered by the nazi's in the Holocaust. At 10:00 sirens can be heard throughout Israel. People stop working, and cars stop on the highways. Everyone stands for a moment of silence.
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The G-d given Jewish homeland. Beautiful.
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Links:
Nizkor.Org
Holocaust Forgotten
Yad Vashem
- posted by Prodly @ Thursday, May 05, 2005 (0) comments


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