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  • in reply to: T Halawa: “Hi–r was right.” A journalist at biased BBC #1977870
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    In fact, BBC almost was one of the starters in chain of anti Israel reporting, since around 1970, at least.

    For latest see

    Honestreporting .com and camera .org
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    BTW, Jeremy Bowen is terrible. If you want more info about his latest distortion, it can be provided. .

    in reply to: T Halawa: “Hi–r was right.” A journalist at biased BBC #1977701
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    She wouldn’t be the first Arab nazi to hide behind “pro palestine” activism, or a “journalist”. This chain of tweet was revealed after Halawa put up a clip for BBC where by she misstated about the ‘throwing the Jews into the sea’ within a “palestinian” slogan. Worth mentioning that Hitler-lady deleted those tweets only after being exposed of course. How did the BBC “miss” that?

    in reply to: CNN Contributer Tweets: “The world today needs a Hitler.” #1976036
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    The cries of Khybar and Allah akhbar (outside Israel or inside) don’t leave doubt of the motivation… it starts off in education.

    About incitement and education, see PALWATCH and MEMRI .

    Now, that is the real source of the “conlict.” It began by the first infamous instigator, al-Husseini in 1920.

    (Shabbat shalom from here in the US)

    in reply to: CNN Contributer Tweets: “The world today needs a Hitler.” #1975389
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    ARAB NURSE IN ISRAEL: YUSUF NAIM – SELF PROCLAIMED PALESTINIAN NAZI

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    Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital fired Yusuf Naim after posting a picture of a swastika on his Instagram account.

    Kikar haShabbat [on FB], May 16, 2021.

    At Hadassah: An employee posted a swastika and was suspended. A nurse at Hadassah Hospital posted a picture of a swastika next to the caption “Nazi Palestinian” on his Instagram account.

    Arutz7 Channel 7, 4. Sivan 5781. 15/05/21

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1971062
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    Jackk quoted Naomi Chazan, I just looked her up, she is:

    [1] from Meretz…

    [2]
    ..and Chazan is a past president of anti-Israel George SOROS linked ‘New Israel Fund…’

    ’nuff said.

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1971058
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    Thanks MadeAIiyah!
    The situation isn’t ideal. The other real question is: Would Israelis prefer not to inact security measures or shall we spell it out : SUICIDE?

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1970914
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    Jackk.

    I Just read your other “posts” and radical PRE JUDICIAL “opinions” here in the forum. Thanks but no thanks.

    I do respect you, as a person, though.
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    But to others in the forum I say:

    I do remember how and who (among highlighted) used this slur especially since 2006 by Jimmy Carter. Though it was invented before the so called “occupation” (of ’67), by pro Eichmann Ahmad Shukeiri (who helped the nazis in 1941 and in 1946 rationalized the Holocaust) in 1961 who also protested Eichmann trial in Israel. (See Yitzchak Oron, 1961, p.188).

    Now since we mentioned chronologically Jimmy Carter, let’s quote straight from the horse’s mouth (LATimes, Dec.08.08):

    “The book is devoted to circumstances and events in Palestine and not in Israel, where democracy prevails and citizens live together and are legally guaranteed equal status.” 

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    Re Jimmy Carter’s 2006 “book”:
    (Foxnews, 2006):

    Kenneth Stein, director of the Institute for the Study of Modern Israel, resigned Tuesday as Middle East Fellow of the Carter Center of Emory University, stating in his resignation letter that “President Carter’s book on the Middle East, a title too inflammatory to even print, is not based on unvarnished analyses; it is replete with factual errors, copied materials not cited, superficialities, glaring omissions, and simply invented segments.”

    “The purpose of the book should be to try to bring people together, to try and reconcile them. He published in the LA Times because his book tour is going in that direction,” Stein said. “I’m a historian, I believe in the integrity of my profession, I believe that things should be written accurately, even if you disagree with them.”

    … “I think the point of the book is to be hostile to Israel,” Hier said. “I think he deliberately did it.”

    Hier said the book sides with the Palestinian cause and blames Israel for troubles in the Middle East.

    “The reason he wrote this book is because he has become a spokesman for the Palestinian cause,” Hier said. “Having read the book, I can tell you these are not the words of a person who is objective, who is trying to see a way out of this. He has come down 100 percent on the Palestinian side..”

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    Now make the simple math, since Anti Israel Carter admitted about the great Israel equal democracy and nothing about the situation which he chose to terms as “apartheid” is related in any way to any “racism” but his entire book with that term is exclusiveky about the “territories”, so what “apartheid” was the apartheid slur” inventor Shukeiri referred to in 1961? Answer: of course it’s about defamation , not about facts. Always was.
    Again, fear of Arab racist attacks, especially from those innterrotories is genuine.

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1970767
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    Thanks.

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    Facts of racism in the area and the intolerance of casting fear as “racist”

    A Jew cannot buy or rent in an Arab settlement. And even in those mixed communities where there was a Jewish minority, Peki’in village is an example where Jews fled the terror of Arab racism.

    That Jews fear going through certain Arab villages, is practical fear.

    Denying genuine worry of Israelis and casting it as just intolerance, is in and of itself intolerance. No matter if its Arab racism by Arab “activists” casted in “human rights” or anti-Jewish Haaretz/Btselem’s Avi-ad who by focusing its denouncements in the international arena and ignoring real human rights abuses on the Arab side
    (whether Arab leadership inside Israel or “palestinian”) and Arab racism against Jews, proves the real agenda.

    The Palestinian Authority’s death sentence for anyone who sells real estate to a Jew. And moderate (relatively to genocidal Hamas) Mahmoud Abass’ 2013 open dekaration of no Jew to be in future [judenrein, ethnic cleansed] “palestine” state, now that is raw racism.

    Is is not “apartheid” when calculations is risk assessment.

    Nor is there a difference between the “race” of Israeli-Arabs and “palestinian”-Arabs.

    Nor is it “apartheid” when Arab representation is very powerful in all areas, including in Knesset.

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    Now, this particular “activist” Omar Shakir was deported (2018/19) for his bigoted BDS activity. That is more than enough. It is only worse when abusing HRW. This hypocrite makes it also sound as if this is some “new” and “original” so called “research”, in fact, he tweeted support for Btselem’s Avi-Ad in 2020 about it…

    in reply to: Bigoted BDS Omar Shakir used “apartheid slur” #1969668
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    NGO Monitor is an organisation set up to hold non-governmental organisations to account, and it quickly published a rebuttal of this latest HRW report. A few key points are listed here:

    -The document adds to decades of HRW’s obsessively singling out of Jews and Israel, and rejection of the legitimacy of a Jewish nation state …

    -HRW’s report is part of a concerted NGO campaign over the past 18-months to interject the term “apartheid” into discourse about Israel …

    -The claims made regarding Israel and the definition of apartheid under the Rome Statute are fundamentally political and rejected by many legal experts as distortion and slander.

    -To exploit the apartheid claim, HRW and the other NGOs erase the basic nature of the South African regime, which was characterized by systematic, institutionalized oppression …

    -HRW denies Israel’s legitimacy as a Jewish state and reduces all security policies to “demographic objectives.”

    -HRW dismisses Israel’s concerns and policies on security in the context of ongoing terror, falsely asserting that security is used “as a justification to advance demographic objectives.”

    As usual, international media organisations have written at length about the HRW report. The BBC’s news article covers some of the main accusations at length before quoting international human rights lawyer, Philippe Sands, as saying the report ‘was a balanced and rigorous wake-up call by a serious and authoritative organisation.’

    Thankfully, they also quoted Gerald Steinberg, founder of NGO Monitor, right at the end of their article as saying the HRW report was part of a “vindictive vendetta … against Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people.”

    He highlighted the fact that HRW had chosen to “completely ignore and erase deliberately decades of terrorism and the need for counter-terror measures.”

    President of the British Board of Deputies, Marie van der Zyl, said the HRW report was a “sham which puts rhetoric above fact.”

    “They consistently ignore or downplay the fact that Israel’s security measures in the West Bank and around Gaza are the response to well-documented terror activities. The ridiculous ‘apartheid‘ slur in this report is belied by the fact that, as it stands, Israel’s next government may well rely on the support of Arab parties, voted for by the country’s fully-enfranchised Arab citizens.”

    Writing in the Jerusalem Post, Seth J. Frantzman notes that Israel’s human rights record regarding treatment of the Palestinians has improved in recent decades. ‘Clashes between Israeli forces and Palestinians rarely result in the death of civilians, a major change from how events unfolded during the First and Second Intifadas.’

    He also emphasises the fact that an entire generation of Palestinians has grown up educated in Palestinian Authority schools in the West Bank and under Hamas rule in Gaza. Someone born when the Palestinians first began to administer their own affairs in a new authority under the Oslo Accords is now 25 years old.

    If anyone doubts the claims of bias in the accusations levelled against Israel, one only has to look at the way the country is singled-out for criticism at the United Nations to realise that there is a significant international problem.

    in reply to: Understanding Lag Baomer #1969669
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    נהפך לאבל מחולינו…

    So many victims in Meron….

    Father in Shomayim hob rachmonus.

    in reply to: Gebrok halacha? Liquids in Pesach Dip recipes (for matza) #1960632
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    It was always spelled in Yiddish:

    גיבראקט

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    BTW Avocado on Matzoh … מי פירות אין מחמיצין…

    in reply to: Gebrok halacha? Liquids in Pesach Dip recipes (for matza) #1960628
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    BTW Avocado on Matzoh … מי פירות אין מחמיצין…

    in reply to: Kitniyos on Erev Pesach #1959399
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    Same as #1958882

    in reply to: Nassrallah’s “outrageous claims” #1950045
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    (Iran backed) Islamist Hezbollah’s Hassan Nasrallah:

    …the Jews will gather from all parts of the world into occupied Palestine, not in order to bring about the anti-Christ and the end of the world, but rather that Allah the Glorified and Most High wants to save you from having to go to the ends of the world [to kill them], for they have gathered in one place–they have gathered in one place–and there the final and decisive battle will take place.

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    Al-Manar, (BBC Monitoring) September 27, 2002.
    [Camera: Hassan Nasrallah: In His Own Words.]

    in reply to: Nassrallah’s “outrageous claims” #1950056
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    Nasrallah said their [Chrs.] aim was to return the Jews to Israel and rebuild their temple, destroyed by the Romans in 70AD, over the Al-Aqsa Mosque….However, Nasrallah added, “if they (Jews) all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going after them worldwide.”

    Daily Star
    Oct.23.02

    in reply to: Nassrallah’s “outrageous claims” #1950046
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    Charliehal, #1949930.
    Or “mondo” , or Neve Gordon…

    in reply to: Zechiras Amolek #1949902
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    You mean REISHIS not Rishon…

    in reply to: Andrew Yang Mayor 2021? #1947833
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    I agree with ‘sifsei_chachamim’ to just ask him straight out, on his actual ‘plan’ re bris. Though we know his beliefs in ‘theory.’

    in reply to: Andrew Yang Mayor 2021? #1947832
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    NYC: Yang Reaffirms Strong Support For Israel & Opposition To BDS After Report Links Staffer To Sarsour

    Let’s hope racist Arab “palestinisn” radical Linda Sarsour has no influence …

    in reply to: Biden’s destructive rule re Houthis #1946496
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    Jackk. How can you equate non action to actively reversing act by Biden?
    The following isn’t minimizing the damage:

    Jaclyn Diaz,, “State Department Condemns Group It Removed From Terrorist List”. Feb.8.21. NPR.

    in reply to: Media “explains/justifies” Israeli law enforcement only when.. #1945875
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    Secular Intifada: An appeal to the ombudsman to open a criminal investigation against the Haaretz newspaper

    This past weekend, senior journalist Uri Misgav published an article saturated with incitement and racism against the ultra-Orthodox public in the Haaretz newspaper, B’Tsalmo decided that they are no longer silent in the face of clear media incitement against the ultra-Orthodox public.

    Aharon Miller, Bechadrei Chadarim, Jan.24.21

    in reply to: Biden’s destructive rule re Houthis #1945874
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    Biden isn’t known to be anti Jewish. I’m almost sure he hasn’t seen all aspects here, in the case. It’s one of those he acted blindly, only G-d knows what mistakes he can do next…

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945596
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    About racist Arab “palestinian” Rashida Tlaib’s description of her “feeling” re Holocaust victims. … sickening.

    in reply to: Media “explains/justifies” Israeli law enforcement only when.. #1945584
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    Feb.3.21.
    HaHadashot-12

    After the Arab mass funeral in Tamra (at the funeral of Ahmad Hajazi, a student who was shot dead during a shootout between police and criminals in Arab town Tamra), and the media did not make it as interesting as a storm at the funeral of the ultra-Orthodox, Yair Sharki (religious) said the ultra-Orthodox do not believe you (media). Because when you survey another funeral you do not survey with such condemnation as you survey the ultra-Orthodox.

    Yaron Avraham (non-religious) replied that one does not justify the other, but this time admitted that there is a founke standard in the media’s attitude toward the ultra-Orthodox, because until now they have claimed that a demonstration is okay, but a funeral is wrong. But if a funeral is okay in the Arab sector then what is the fuss about the ultra-Orthodox then?

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945575
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    Haha.

    Racist Omar: “whether it be AIPAC, the NRA, or the fossil fuel industry…”
    Here is in a nutshell Omar / Tlaib… shpiel…ugly propaganda.
    Posing as leftists only to hit at Jews. And craftily sneaking it into an umbrella of “liberalism” say the two fake progressives / true devoted mohamedeans.

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945570
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    Charliehall. Kudos to Germany for its ruling against BDS . May-’19.

    BTW
    Neo nazis are very prominent into bds. Google-ing: “bds swastikas” is alarming.

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945563
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    Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
    Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania
    John Katko of New York
    Fred Upton of Michigan
    Nicole Malliotakis of New York
    Carlos Gimenez of Florida
    Chris Jacobs of New York
    Young Kim of California
    Maria Elvira Salazar of Florida
    Chris Smith of New Jersey
    Mario Diaz-Balart of Florida

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    PS
    The last one, the Cuban guy, is brother of Jose , Telemundo / NBC News anchor .
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    IMHO, its rather healthier יהודים בצנעא…not to be בריש גלי.
    בבחינת יאה עניותא ליהודאי…

    Not comfortable with Adam Schiff or Schumer for this reason. At least Kushner shied away from limelight. והמבין יבין

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945560
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    On a footnote / a lighter note..I’d like to be makirTov to whoever invented her abbr. Imagine if we had to type her whole name, again and again…even if she herself invented this mtg short code. After all, we are supposed to be makirTov even for Mitzrayim for the positive part… לא תתעב מצרי, כי גר היית בארצו

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945557
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    I agree with you posters, Onar’s apology was a tactic, nothing from her hateful heart.

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945533
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    To be fair, Dems. did protest Omar at the time. It was the radical (apologetic for fascist Islamic Republic of Iran, and the brutal Syrian regimes) Glenn Greenwald who supported Omar.. the same confused radical who promoted hateful cartoons… see: Why Glenn Greenwald is wrong about Charlie Hebdo, anti-Semitic cartoons, and satire | by Aryeh Cohen-Wade | Medium. Jan 20, 2015).

    Nevertheless. It should be made clear that there is no reason to think Omar or other racists will cease anti-Jewish drive particularly in anti-Israelism arena, once/if Arabs get one more Republic under the Arab “palestinians”…

    in reply to: Gog Umagog #1945265
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    R.e.#1945146
    בעד אחרים or בעד חבירו?

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    Re the topic.
    I remember זוהר פרשת וארא…

    in reply to: Competing bigots: Omar vs MTG #1945258
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    From WashingtonExaminer Feb.3.21:

    The media doesn’t care. I could put out the most beautiful statement ever written, and I could cure cancer at the same time, and they would not report it,” said Greene.

    My question, while laughing, is: what is her idea of “beautiful statement”? Lol. Or does she admit/realize finally inadvertently that she made wrong statements before?

    in reply to: Media “explains/justifies” Israeli law enforcement only when.. #1945108
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    Always_Ask_Questions.
    These are 2 different things. Not mutually exclusive.
    1. What we have to do.
    2. And realize hypocrisy and bias where it’s at.

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1945107
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    Dear A.A.Q.

    I’ll just propose a hint, Henry Ford in his infamous hate book praised Morgethau…there you save it.

    in reply to: Gog Umagog #1945105
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    I think most yiden are just metzapim…without calculating בהדי כבשי דרחמנא…

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1945103
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    Namely Tadeusz Piotrowski…

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1945096
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    Dear A.A.Q.
    I purposely didn’t quote wiki, which is laced with references to a certain Polish author…a rewriter (about the Holocaust too) for obvious reasons.

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1944815
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    BTW, on the phenomenon of some Jews not wotking to benefit brethern.. here is an earlier sample about this COMPLEX.

    Jewish Virual Library:

    Morgenthau Commission was a U.S. commission from July to September 1919, headed by Henry Morgenthau Sr., to investigate the situation of the Polish Jews after the pogroms which took place in Poland at the end of World War I…
    Because of his delicate position as a Jew, Morgenthau made a point of appearing objective and was inclined to justify the Poles as much as possible.

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1944814
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    Made Aliyah, yup, and what Arab “palestinian” Rachida Tleib insinuated about “trusting” Blinken is also poisonous…

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1944811
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    Made Aliyah, re MTG crazy “ideas” at least she is shunned by most. VS the two anti Jewish “activists” (I.O, R.T).

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1944802
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    The overblown myth of “pro-palestinian” stand…

    There is anti-Israelism and then there sympathy to Israel’s plight (the struggling to survive island) .

    Unfortunately the largest percentage of crowd waving the flag of being “pro palestinians” is really in essence bigotry, intolerance to wards Israel.. it’s also what connects neo nazis and militant Arab “activists”.

    A very small percentage really “aches” for the Arab palestinians.

    in reply to: Media “explains/justifies” Israeli law enforcement only when.. #1944584
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    Yair Cherki, Jan.31.21:
    The argument here is not wataboutism. Violations in one sector do not justify violations in another sector. In the eyes of the public, the publicity about the violations in the ultra-Orthodox sector is consumed from both the health aspect and the social aspect. The problem is not with the coverage of the ultra-Orthodox but with the non-coverage of the rest, which produces an image that does not reflect reality, hatred at times, and also frustration and insult among the ultra-Orthodox.

    in reply to: Media “explains/justifies” Israeli law enforcement only when.. #1944578
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    The topic is about media hypocrisy. Not to justify any wrong doing.

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1944359
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    jackk. To define CURRENT Biden’s wagon-hard-left-pulled by the “squad” (which includes two Islamic anti Jewish hypocritical so-called “left” — since their religion and progressive values are contradictory) is as far from “objective” as one can imagine.

    in reply to: Biden announces restoration of U.S. relations and aid to Palestinians #1944344
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    Aid to Arab palestinians without pre condition it shouldn’t be used for racist terror aiming at Jews?

    in reply to: Media “explains/justifies” Israeli law enforcement only when.. #1944342
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    Jan.31-21. Channel 13 news, Amnon Levy program:
    Rabbi Boaz Naki first explained that the funeral of Rabbi Soloveichivk was a lad o a protest… Explaining that it was a protest for poditivity (by this he wanted to alude to secular mass media rationalising or ignoring mass protests by lefty non-religious but hypocritical but highlight anything at ultra Orthodox). He then asks the presenter of the program, Amnon Levy, why he does not ask about Al-Aqsa, why he does not show the pictures of the thousands (In density) who participate every Friday in the Al-Aqsa Mosque … He did not answer the question..

    in reply to: Zechiras Amolek #1944320
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    Yes, the Minchath-Chinuch comments that theory, still, from ikar halocho today, women are not mechuyev even in parshas zochor, though it BECAME a chiyuv based on Kiblu-al-atzmon…

    in reply to: Zechiras Amolek #1944188
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    To add on#1944173
    Yet, remembering what Amolek did. Of course we all do and mekayem the mitzvah.

    in reply to: Zechiras Amolek #1944173
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    Very dear ujm.. I really don’t give it thought. Kol tuv.

    in reply to: Zechiras Amolek #1944138
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    Since IrHanidachas was mentioned…

    Or-haChayim states :

    ונתן לך רחמים ורחמך. כוונת מאמר זה כאן לפי שצוה על עיר הנדחת שיהרגו כל העיר לפי חרב ואפילו בהמתם מעשה הזה יוליד טבע האכזריות בלב האדם, כמו שספרו לנו הישמעאלים כת הרוצחים במאמר המלך כי יש להם חשק גדול בשעה שהורגים אדם ונכרתה מהם שורש הרחמים והיו לאכזר, והבחינה עצמה תהיה נשרשת ברוצחי עיר הנדחת לזה אמר להם הבטחה שיתן להם ה’ רחמים הגם שהטבע יוליד בהם האכזריות מקור הרחמים ישפיע בהם כח הרחמים מחדש לבטל כח האכזריות שנולד בהם מכח המעשה. ואומרו ורחמך העיר בזה שכל זמן שהאדם הוא בגדר טבע אכזרי כמו כן יתנהג ה’ עמו שאין ה’ מרחם אלא לרחמן:

    And [Hashem] shall give you mercy and compassion. The intent of this order here is … this act will [usually] give birth to the nature of cruelty in the heart of man, as the Ishmaelites told us the murderers cult in the king’s order that they have a great desire when they kill a person…therefore G-d promised them he would give them mercy even though nature would give birth to the cruelty …

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