Thursday, August 11, 2016

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Rabbi Yehuda Lave

Kindness Transforms You

Developing a love for kindness transforms your life, just as you transform the lives of others.

Kindness is one of the pillars of the world. Every act of kindness elevates your character and makes you a kinder person. And, as you continue to increase your love for kindness, you increase the amount of joy in your life.

Love Yehuda Lave


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Huge Marijuana 'Nursery' Uncovered in Northern Negev

Southern District Police discovered a major illicit marijuana cultivation and sales operation in the northern Negev. By: Hana Levi Julian

Some 350 marijuana plants — approximately 80 kilos' worth in net street value — were discovered in a massive operation by Southern District Police this weekend.

The "garden" was kept in a large, well-tended nursery in the hills of the northern Negev.

The 30-year-old owner of the nursery was taken into custody and transferred for questioning. He was arraigned in a Be'er Sheva courtroom on Monday. The investigation is continuing.

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Arrested for Crying The young man was arrested for crying while on the Temple Mount.

A young Jewish man was arrested on the Temple Mount on Monday.

The young man from Be'er Sheva was visiting the Temple Mount.

When he went up, he was so overcome with emotion over the destruction of the Temple that he couldn't stop crying, according to reporter Arnon Segel.

The Islamic Waqf agent demanded the man be removed, and the Israeli police complied and removed the young man from the Temple Mount and took down all his details – just for crying, and in case he wanted to visit the Temple Mount again in the future, so they have him on file.

Perhaps we should all feel what he feels during these 9 days towards the loss of our holiest site in Judaism.