Thursday, November 16, 2017

Rat meat from China being sold as Chicken wings in US--G-d protects us when we stay kosher

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Yehuda Lave, Spiritual Advisor and Counselor

You Will Get It All Back

When you act with hostility and aggression toward others, they are likely to respond in a similar manner. When you shout at someone, he is likely to shout back. The reverse holds true if you are caring and cheerful toward others.

Therefore, for purely pragmatic reasons, we should be kind and friendly in dealing with others.

From the Torah perspective, however, this is not merely sound advice. It is an obligation.

Love Yehuda Lave

Netanyahu's master class on British TV November 6, 2017 Melanie It's only fair to share...

Whatever you think about Israel's PM Benjamin Netanyahu, this is a master class in how to present the case, not just for Israel but for rational western policy on the manifold and gathering threats to the world within the Middle East – of which the overwhelming threat by far is posed by Iran. Watch how he calmly copes with the usual boiler-plate prejudices about the Palestinians and then makes the points that so badly need to be made to a British audience – such as pointing out that Israel has helped save many British lives. Not a fact that the British often hear.

The Israeli shekel is currently the world's 2nd-strongest currency, according to a new report by the German global banking and financial services company Deutsche Bank.

Israel's economy has again proven to be one of the strongest in the world. 

The Israeli shekel is currently the world's 2nd-strongest currency, according to a new report by the German global banking and financial services company Deutsche Bank.

The report ranked China's yuan as the world's strongest currency.

Deutsche Bank's strategic foreign currency analyst Dr. Gautam Kalani reported that during the past 12 months, the shekel has appreciated 6.1 percent against the currencies of Israel's main trading partners, such as the US dollar, the British pound, the euro and the yen.

A nearly nonexistent inflation rate and low unemployment have helped propel Israel to the No. 3 spot on a list of the world's most stable and promising economies for 2016 published by the Bloomberg financial news agency in April.

Israel's economy continues to perform well by international standards. In January, Israel cracked the top 10 on the 2017 Bloomberg Innovation Index, which rates the level of innovation in a nation's economy by scoring its spending on research and development and the number of publicly traded high-tech companies.

By: and United with Israel Staff


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Points to ponder

 Why do supermarkets make the sick walk all the way to the back of the store to get their prescriptions while healthy people can buy cigarettes at the front?





Why do people order double cheeseburgers, large fries, and a diet coke?  




Why do banks leave vault doors open and then chain the pens to the counters?




Why do we leave cars worth thousands of dollars in our driveways and put our useless junk in the garage?







Why the sun lightens our hair, but darkens our skin?





Why can't women put on mascara with their mouth closed?  




Why don't you ever see the headline 'Psychic Wins Lottery'?  



Why is 'abbreviated' such a long word?




Why is it that doctors and lawyers call what they do 'practice'?  




Why is lemon juice made with artificial flavouring, and dishwashing liquid made with real lemons?





Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker?  




Why is the time of day with the slowest traffic called rush hour?  


Why isn't there mouse-flavoured cat food?




Why didn't Noah swat those two mosquitoes?  




Why do they sterilize the needle for lethal injections?





You know that indestructible black box that is used on airplanes? Why don't they make the whole plane out of that stuff??  




Why don't sheep shrink when it rains?  




Why are they called apartments when they are all stuck together?  




If flying is so safe,    why do they call the airport the terminal?  



Million Pounds Of Rat Meat Being Sold As Boneless Chicken Wings In U.S.


The video on the site is too disgusting for me to include. It shows them processing rats for food and being shipped here. Look at the site if you have a strong stomach.

Hillel's Conservative Rabbi Julie Roth is a second time offender Op-ed: The head of Hillel at Princeton is more worried about how Muslims feel than about Jewish students' rights to hear Israel's side of the story.

speaking of Rats:


Princeton Hillel's Conservative Rabbi Julie Roth barred Israel Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely from addressing Princeton Hillel.  To anyone who is conscious of Deputy Minister Hotovely representing the first Jewish  government in 2000 years this is hard to  believe - and to anyone who values the free exchange of ideas, it is shockingly illiberal.

But it is in keeping with Roth's allergy to pro-Israel speakers. ​

Eight years ago, in my capacity as the Middle East Correspondent of the Philadelphia Bulletin, I was assigned to cover the appearance at that very same Princeton Hillel auditorium of a pro-Israel Arab activist, Nonie Darwish. Her appearance, however, was cancelled by - you guessed it -  that very same Conservative Rabbi Julie Roth. 

Jewish students had invited Ms, Darwish to speak on campus because they felt it was important to hear her critique of radical Islam.  

The Islamic leader on Princeton campus, Muslim Life Coordinator, Imam Sohaib Sultan demanded that Hillel cancel Ms. Darwish's appearance because, he contended, "she perpetuates stereotypes about Islam that implicate all Muslims, not just Muslim fundamentalists."

Jewish students had invited Ms, Darwish to speak on campus...
In the spirit of academic freedom and dialogue, Jewish students on campus offered the Muslim students the chance to rebut and respond to Nonie Darwish after her presentation and offered Sultan equal time to express his point of view. 

The Princeton Islamic students would hear nothing of any such suggestion for dialogue in an academic setting and pressed the demand that Nonie Darwish's lecture simply be cancelled.

And Conservative Rabbi Julie Roth, the Executive Director of the Center for Jewish Life at Hillel in Princeton, supported the campus Imam and told the students: "An invitation to Nonie Darwish is like an invitation to a neo-Nazi."

Conservative Rabbi Roth, who described  herself as a leader in the promotion of "dialogue between the Muslim and Jewish communities on campus," told me that she did not want to present views that disturb the sensitiivies of Muslims at Princeton. 

So much for academic freedom and dialogue on an Ivy League campus.

From banning Nonie Darwish to banning Tzippi Hotovely, It would seem that Julie Roth's academic standing should be questioned. 

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The Land we Know as Palestine

eptember 25, 2017 | Eli E. Hertz 

The following are excerpts from the U.S. Congressional Record of 1922 that demonstrates the powerful sense of the members of Congress in favor of reestablishing of a Jewish national home in Palestine

"Palestine of to-day [1922], the land we now know as Palestine, was peopled by the Jews from the dawn of history until the Roman era. It is the ancestral homeland of the Jewish people. They were driven from it by force by the relentless Roman military machine and for centuries prevented from returning.

"At different periods various alien people succeeded them, but the Jewish race had left an indelible impress upon the land. To-day it is a Jewish country.

"Every name, every landmark, every monument, and every trace of whatever civilization remaining there is still Jewish and it has ever since remained a hope, a longing, as expressed in their prayers for these nearly 2,000 years.

"No other people have ever claimed Palestine as their national home. No other people have ever shown an aptitude or indicated a genuine desire to make it their homeland.

"The land has been ruled by foreigners. Only since the beginning of the modern Zionist effort may it be said that a creative, cultural, and economic force has entered Palestine. The Jewish Nation was forced from its natural home. It did not go because it wanted to. A perusal of Jewish history, a reading of Josephus, will convince the most skeptical that the grandest fight that was ever put up against an enemy was put up by the Jew. He never thought of leaving Palestine.

"But he was driven out. But did he, when driven out, give up his hope of getting back? Jewish history and Jewish literature give the answer to that question. The Jew even has a fast day devoted to the day of destruction of the Jewish homeland. Never throughout history did they give up hope of returning there. I am told that 90 per cent of the Jews to-day are praying for the return of the Jewish people to its own home. The best minds among them believe in the necessity of reestablishing the Jewish land. To my mind there is something prophetic in the fact that during the ages no other nation has taken over Palestine and held it in the sense of a homeland; and there is something providential in the fact that for 1,800 years it has remained in desolation as if waiting for the return of its people."

 U.S. House of Representatives June 30, 1922 - Bold emphasis by author - Text shown verbatim.

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