Sunday, May 22, 2016

Temple Mount Activist Yehuda Glick comes to the Knesset

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Don't Belittle His Pain

When someone tells you about his suffering, never say things like, "Cheer up." "It's not so bad." Or, "That wouldn't bother me." Saying these will only cause him extra pain.

I had a friend who I tried to help. I wasn't successful. Instead of being grateful, the friend attacked me because he felt I didn't do enough to help.

The Talmud teaches that people will attack you for their pain. Not only does belittling someone's pain hurt, they might turn on YOU. Be senistive and apologize.

Today is the birthday of my Russian Rabbi Grandfather. He infused into me a a beauty of the Mitzvot. I only knew him when he was old, but I dedicate this piece to him.

On another subject, I work with Yehuda Glick to help make the Jews be able to pray on the temple mount. Catch the Gemetria below showing that Trump is the new Messiah.

Love Yehuda Lave                                 

Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick to replace Ya'alon in Knesset

Temple Mount activist Yehuda Glick to replace Ya'alon in Knesset
Glick, born 1965 in the United States, has been campaigning for expanding Jewish access to Temple Mount and narrowly escaped an assassination attempt in 2014.
May 20, 2016, 

Following Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon's resignation, his place in the Knesset will be filled by Yehuda Glick, who is placed 33rd on the Likud party's list. Glick is known for his right-wing stances as well as his campaign to expand the entrance of Jews to temple Mount, which in 2014 triggered an assassination attempt.

Glick, a US-born rabbi, has in the last few days expressed his support for Moshe Ya'alon and called upon him not to leave. He also said he thought Lieberman's possible appointment as Defense Minister was "inappropriate," which he explained had nothing to do with political views. "It's his rhetoric, his changing of political opinions according to what's popular, his lack of trust in the Prime Minister – need I go on?" he tweeted recently.

Born 1965 in Brooklyn, Glick made Aliyah with his parents when he was 8 years old and grew up in Beersheba. He served in the IDF's Intelligence Corps and later acquired a B.A. in Education and an M.A in Jewish History.

He has headed the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation since 2008, and has also founded the HaLiba project, a coalition of groups dedicated to reaching complete "Jewish freedom" on Temple Mount.

In October 2014 he narrowly escaped an assassination attempt by a Palestinian Islamic Jihad activist.

A Flag waving piece celebrating Independence Day

Mum and Dad were watching TV when

Mum and Dad were watching TV when
Mum said, "I'm tired, and it's
getting late. I think I'll go to bed."
She went to the kitchen to make sandwiches for the next day's
lunches. Rinsed out the popcorn bowls, took meat out of the
freezer for supper the following evening, checked the cereal box
levels, filled the sugar container, put spoons and bowls on the
table and started the coffee pot for brewing the next morning.
She then put some wet clothes in the dryer, put a load of clothes
into the washer, ironed a shirt and secured a loose button. She
picked up the game pieces left on the table, put the phone back on
the charger and put the telephone book into the drawer.
She yawned and stretched and headed for the bedroom.
She stopped by the desk and wrote a note to the teacher, counted
out some cash for the excursion and pulled a text book out from
hiding under the chair. She signed a birthday card for a friend,
addressed and stamped the envelope and wrote a quick note for the
grocery store. She put both near her bag.
Mum then washed her face with 3 in 1 cleanser, put on her Night
Solution & age fighting moisturizer, brushed and flossed her teeth.
Dad called out, "I thought you were going to bed."
"I'm on my way," she said. She put some water into the dog's dish
and put the cat outside, then made sure the doors were locked and
the patio light was on.. She looked in on each of the kids and
turned out their bedside lamps and radios, hung up a shirt, threw
some dirty socks into the hamper, and had a brief conversation
with the one up still doing homework.
In her own room, she set the alarm; laid out clothing for the next
day, straightened up the shoe rack. She added three things to her
6 most important things to do list. She said her prayers, and
visualized the accomplishment of her goals.
About that time, Dad turned off the TV
and announced to no one in particular. "I'm going to bed." And he
did...without another thought.
Anything extraordinary here? Wonder why women live longer...?
(and they can't die sooner, they still have things to do!!!!) Send this to five phenomenal women today...they' ll love you for it!
And Forward this to as many men as you can so that they know why women are so special :) Women!
God's very own creation! 

Introducing: Israeli 12-Kilo Killer Robot - from Defense News

Netanyahu responds to Ya'alon PM says Ya'alon should have taken Foreign Ministry, rejects claims of confidence crisis and Likud 'extremism,' renews unity govt. offer.


Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu issued a statement on Friday afternoon, responding to Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon's (Likud) sudden resignation and press conference earlier in the day.

Ya'alon announced that he intends to return and contend for the leadership, after Netanyahu decided to give his post of Defense Minister to MK Avigdor Liberman as a condition to have his Yisrael Beytenu party join the coalition.

"I am sorry about 'Boogie' Ya'alon's decision," said Netanyahu. "I think he should have continued to be a full partner in the leadership of the state in the post of Foreign Minister."

The Prime Minister thanked Ya'alon for his service in the IDF, where he served as Chief of Staff, and said he appreciates the cooperation that the two shared particularly during 2014 Operation Protective Edge.

"The change in the distribution of potrfolios did not stem from a crisis in confidence between us, it stemmed from the need to expand the government, and that was in order to bring stability to the state of Israel faced in light of the great challenges before us," he said.

"I imagine that if 'Boogie' Ya'alon had not been asked to leave the Defense Ministry and move to the Foreign Ministry, (then) what he calls a crisis in confidence between us would not have developed - and he would not have resigned," said Netanyahu, shooting through Ya'alon's claims that his resignation was a moral decision based on a lack of confidence in the Prime Minister.

Netanyahu then referenced tensions displayed between the two in a recent faceoff, when Ya'alon supported IDF Deputy Chief of Staff Yair Golan who compared Israel to Nazi Germany at a Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony.

Earlier this week Ya'alon escalated matters further when he told IDF officers to give their personal opinions, regardless of whether they countered the policy of the political echelon, leading Netanyahu to summon him for a talk.

Commenting on the showdown, Netanyahu said, "now I want to clarify: the IDF is a moral army."

"It maintains and will continue to maintain the highest values of morality - and at their forefront the purity of the weapon," he said, in a possible reference to Ya'alon's criticism of IDF soldier Elor Azariya, who is on trial for shooting a wounded terrorist.

"There is and will be no disagreement on that. The IDF is also the people's army, and I am firm in my opinion that we have to continue to keep the IDF outside of politics."

"The attempt to bring the IDF and its commanders into a political argument is invalid, and dangerous for democracy," he said in a condemnation of Ya'alon's comments earlier this week. "In a democracy the military echelon is subordinate to the political echelon - and not the reverse."

Batting away Ya'alon's accusations that Likud has become "extremist," he said, "Likud believes in Democracy. Likud is a nationalist liberal movement, a movement that is obligated to defend Israel as a Jewish and democratic state. Likud expresses the central stream of the nation, and as such it is obligated to the security of the state and to striving for peace."

"The government is open to peace. There are opportunities in the diplomatic field, especially due to certain developments in the region that I personally am diligently working on. Therefore I made a great effort to bring the Zionist Union into the government."

"And therefore I leave the door open to this union (with Zionist Union) in the most serious manner, a union that will only do good for the state of Israel," concluded Netanyahu, renewing his offers of a unity government.

Celebrating Israel's Independence A musical and photographic tribute from four years ago

The gematriya of "Donald Trump" is "Moshiach ben David"!

The gematriya of "Donald Trump" is "Moshiach ben David"!
דונלד טראמפ = 424 = משיח בן דוד

Not wanting to be a one-party animal, I took the liberty of gematrifying Hilary Clinton הילרי קלינטון. Look at what I found. First of all her first and last names have identical gematriyas
הילרי = 5+10+30+200+10 = 255
Now 255 is gematriya עמלקיה - that's a female member of Amalek