Catching the ADL in their lies and Should we be visiting the Temple Mount today? and Rabbi Schwartz Terrible Rich People Jokes and Passenger fined $1,874 after two undeclared McMuffins found in their luggage
Yehuda Lave is an author, journalist, psychologist, rabbi, spiritual teacher, and coach, with degrees in business, psychology and Jewish Law. He works with people from all walks of life and helps them in their search for greater happiness, meaning, business advice on saving money, and spiritual engagement.
The Three are Rabbi Yehuda Glick, famous temple mount activist, and former Israel Mk, and then Robert Weinger, the world's greatest shofar blower and seller of Shofars, and myself after we had gone to the 12 gates of the Temple Mount in 2020 to blow the shofar to ask G-d to heal the world from the Pandemic. It was a highlight to my experience in living in Israel and I put it on my blog each day to remember.
The articles that I include each day are those that I find interesting, so I feel you will find them interesting as well. I don't always agree with all the points of each article but found them interesting or important to share with you, my readers, and friends. It is cathartic for me to share my thoughts and frustrations with you about life in general and in Israel. As a Rabbi, I try to teach and share the Torah of the G-d of Israel as a modern Orthodox Rabbi. I never intend to offend anyone but sometimes people are offended and I apologize in advance for any mistakes. The most important psychological principle I have learned is that once someone's mind is made up, they don't want to be bothered with the facts, so, like Rabbi Akiva, I drip water (Torah is compared to water) on their made-up minds and hope that some of what I have share sinks in. Love Rabbi Yehuda Lave.
Should we be visiting the Temple Mount today?
The Har HaBayit B'Yadeinu Debate Rabbi Yehudah Glick Rabbi Moshe Taragin Moderated by Rabbi Doron Perez
Passenger fined $1,874 after two undeclared McMuffins found in luggage
A passenger traveling from Bali, Indonesia to Australia has found themselves paying a hefty price for a McDonald's breakfast. The unnamed traveler was handed a fine of 2,664 Australian dollars ($1,874) after two undeclared egg and beef sausage McMuffins and a ham croissant were found in their luggage on arriving at Darwin Airport in the country's Northern Territory last week. The incident came about days after Australian authorities brought in tough new biosecurity rules after a Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) outbreak in Indonesia spread to Bali, a popular destination for Australian tourists. Australia's Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry said a "range of undeclared risk products," including the fast food items, were detected in the passenger's rucksack by a biosecurity detector dog named Zinta."This will be the most expensive Maccas meal this passenger ever has," Murray Watt, minister for agriculture, fisheries and forestry, said in a statement."This fine is twice the cost of an airfare to Bali, but I have no sympathy for people who choose to disobey Australia's strict biosecurity measures, and recent detections show you will be caught."Related contentTourism killed Thailand's most famous bay. Here's how it was brought back to life Strict biosecurity measures Australia has brought in a number of new biosecurity measues, including a detector dog at Darwin Airport in the country's Northern Territory, due to an outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) in Indonesia. Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and ForestryThe statement went on to confirm that the passenger had been issued with "a 12-unit infringement notice for failing to declare potential high biosecurity risk items and providing a false and misleading document." The seized products are to be tested for foot and mouth disease before being destroyed. "Australia is FMD-free, and we want it to stay that way," added Watt.Last month, the federal executive government of Australia announced a $9.8 million biosecurity package, with new measures introduced across the country's borders, including sanitation foot mats at all international airports and biosecurity dogs stationed at both Darwin and Cairns Airport, after the highly contagious disease began spreading through cattle in Indonesia.Experts estimate that an outbreak in Australia could bring about an economic hit of up to $80 billion. "Travelers arriving from Indonesia will be under much stricter biosecurityscrutiny due to the presence of Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) in Indonesia,"read a statement released by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry on July 19."Failing to declare biosecurity risks will mean a breach of Australia's biosecurity laws, and anyone found in breach could be issued with an infringement notice of up to $2,664. "Travelers entering Australia on temporary visas may have their visas canceled and, if so, will be refused entry into Australia."While FMD is relatively harmless to humans, it causes painful blisters and lesions on the mouths and feet of cloven-hooved animals such as cattle, sheep, pigs, goats and camels, stopping them from eating and causing severe lameness and death in some cases.The disease can be carried by live animals, in meat and dairy products, as well as on the clothing, footwear, or even luggage of people who've come into contact with infected animals."The impacts on farmers if foot and mouth gets in are too gut-wrenching to even contemplate," Fiona Simson, president of the National Farmers' Federation, told CNN last month."But it's not just about farmers. Wiping $80 billion off Australia's GDP would be an economic disaster for everyone."Top image: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and ForestryCNN's Hilary Whiteman also contributed to this report.
Have we indeed caught the ADL saying the quiet part out loud? Here is their senior VP explaining why the ADL won't educate Americans (and Jews) about the nature and extent of Islamic Jew-hatred: Because — hold onto your hats — Muslims are a "vulnerable, marginalized" minority.
Testifying to Congress about anti-Semitism, the ADL's senior VP Eileen Hershenov brushed off actual findings from the ADL's global study that Islamic Jew-hatred is statistically the most widespread (and likely most dangerous) form of Jew-hatred in the world.
Watch Hershenov in action and judge for yourself if the ADL is following the Squad's preferred blackout of politically incorrect Jew-hatred.
The ADL is suffering mounting criticism for its failure to defend American Jews against Jew-hatred coming from leftist anti-Zionists, Islamists, and black racists. They are being accused in many quarters of being a front for Democratic Party policies which make these forms of Jew-hatred non-discussable.
In response to an article criticizing the ADL's partisanship published in the leftist Forward, Hershenov attempted to refute the criticism in an article of her own. She failed pathetically. She listed those few instances where ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt criticized leftist Jew-hatred and rested her case.
Read Dr. Charles Jacobs' new op-ed in the American Thinker demonstrating conclusively that the ADL has no one to blame for its critics' legitimate concerns but itself.
Join our effort to press the establishment Jewish organizations to do their jobs! They have the funds. They are thought to "speak in the name of the community." Their perfidy must stop! Join us at www.jewishleadershipproject.org.
RABBI SCHWARTZ'S TERRIBLE RICH PEOPLE JOKES OF THE WEEK
Hi there! My name is Michael Grover, and I am an explorer. Ever since I've been little, I've loved searching for new things. As a baby, my parents kept finding me in nooks and crannies around the house. "On the search" as they would say. By the age of 5, I had been to every continent on the planet, barring Antarctica. For my 12th birthday, my parents got me diving lessons, and by the time I was 13, I could scuba dive to a depth of 40 meters, as well as go cave diving. I got a pilot's license by the age of 17, and I learned to sail just before my 18th birthday. Instead of going to university, I decided to travel around South America, exploring its rich jungles and beautiful landscapes. During my trip, I met my now wife who was also an explorer. For our honeymoon, we sailed around the Caribbean and we discovered 3 new islands which we named after the cats that I had growing up. Over the course of my life, I have come across great treasures and wondrous experiences. But in all my life, and in all my travels, I'm afraid I have never come across a single person who cared about what you just said.
What do you call a rich Chinese man? Cha Ching
My rich neighbor just had a private ice rink built!
I said to him "Can I have a go?" and he said "Yeah, but it'll cost you a dollar"
I thought: what a cheap skate.
Did you guys hear about the fruit and dairy tycoon from the Middle East? We call him the Banana Milk Sheikh
My boss is so rich he even bought a kid for his dog to play with.
Willpower can make you rich.. ..if you get in the right person's will.
A man stumbles upon a Genie and is granted 3 wishes.
Genie: What is your first wish?
Joe: I want to be rich.
Genie: Granted. What is your second wish?
Rich: I want lots of money. (this is very teef)
What do rich people and poor people have in common? They both love to talk about money
What do a fat American and a rich English have in common? Lots of pounds.
I have many jokes about rich kids. Sadly none of them work.
What's the similarity between typhoons with tycoons? They are both packed with a lot of wind.
A Rich Wall Street trader visits a village. During his stay, he sees a young man sleeping every day and doing nothing outside his house. So he decides to persuade him to change his life and goes on to talk to him.
Trader: Hello young man, looks like you have nothing to do. I suggest you come with me to New York.
Man: What happens then?
Trader: I'll make you a stock trader and you'll earn lots of money.
Man: What happens then?
Trader: With that new wealth, you can buy new house, new car, a yacht or anything you want.
Man: What happens then?
Trader: You don't have to worry about your future and have a relaxing life.