Friday, July 1, 2016

Middle class Arabs hate us as much as the "poor Arabs"

Rabbi Yehuda Lave

The Almighty Loves You

"The Almighty loves each person more than each person loves his own self" (Shmiras Halashon, vol. 1, ch. 2).

This statement by the saintly Chofetz Chaim gives us a powerful message for our self-image: "I am a person who the Creator and Sustainer of the entire universe loves and considers valuable."

Love Yehuda Lave


3 Doctors and a Nurse Arrested for Hizmeh Terror Bombing Their attack seriously wounded an IDF officer on the eve of Israel's Memorial Day.

This has got to be one of the strangest Arab terror cells captured to date in Israel.

On the eve of Israel's Memorial Day a series of bombs exploded in the Hizme junction, seriously wounding an IDF officer.

The Shabak announced today that in a combined effort between the Shabak and the IDF's Duvdevan unit, the terror cell which exploded the bombs has been captured. The cell had been planning additional attacks near Maale Adumim.

What is surprising is the makeup of the terror cell.

Three of the five Arab terrorists are dentists, one is a (male) nurse who works in a hospital (which wasn't named). Two of the suspects had been arrested earlier which apparently led to the capture of the entire cell.

The terror suspects arrested in this raid were:

Dr. Samer Mahmoud Daoud al-Halabi, born in 1980, a resident of Abu Dis, a dentist – he placed and activated the bombs by cellphone.

Dr. Dagana Faiz Gamil Nabhan, born in 1980, a resident of the Kalandia, a dentist – he assisted al-Halabi.

Daoud Mahmoud Shehada al-Halabi, born in 1952, a resident of Abu Dis, a (male) nurse in a hospital – the father of the perpetrator.

Dr. Daoud Mahmud al-Halabi Shehadeh, born in 1974, a resident of Abu Dis, a dentist – the terrorist's brother and his assistant in the bombing.

Shadi Mohamed Ahmed Muhsen, born in '84, a resident of Abu Dis – the perpetrator's cousin and an assistant in the bombing.

The surname al-Halabi indicates the family immigrated to Israel from Aleppo [Haleb], Syria.

The bombs were originally made and stored in one of the dental clinics in the village of Akav.

Security forces found 56 small pipe bombs, as well as one larger bomb, and two Molotov cocktails.

The professional assessment was that all the bombs were very lethal.

So much for the theory that well-educated, upper-middle class Muslims will not get involved in terror.

Arabs Riot, Temple Mount Closed to Jews [video] Watching the video is like watching an attack of zombies yelling "Allahu Akbar"

On Sunday morning, a group of Arab youths entered the Temple Mount compound in Jerusalem, some of them masked, and began to cause disruptions and harass the Jewish and non-Islamic visitors to the Jewish holy site.

Four of the Islamic instigators were arrested by police.

At around 10:30 AM, the Arab riots began to escalate with stone throwing and the police closed the Temple Mount to all Jewish visitors and tourists.

Arabs claim that between 2 to 5 Islamic rioters have been injured by the attempts by the police to restore order.

Watching the video is like a watching an attack of "Allahu Akbar" yelling zombies in a cheap horror flick.

On Friday, the Arabs on the Temple Mount, threw a ball down into the Kotel Plaza below, from a height of over 60 feet (19 meters). No one was hit or hurt by the ball.


Here is the video

Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto 1 - B Flat Minor

I am praying for my new place to live in Jerusalem, this psalm coudn't hurt

When Hashem takes something from your grasp. He's not punishing you,
but merely opening
your hands to receive something better.Concentrate on this sentence.
"The will of Hashem will never take you where the Grace of Hashem will
not protect you." Something good will happen to you today, something
that you have been waiting to hear.  Just 27
Words: 'Hashem our Father, walk through my house and take away all my
worries and illnesses and please watch over and heal my family in your
name, Amen.' This prayer is so powerful.

RARE- Rabbi Binyamin Kahane HY"D speaks at Kessina Jewish Center, 2/25/92