Purim - the Lesson of Jewish History!
Dear friends, I wish you and your loved ones a happy and joyful Purim - the time when we commemorate the survival of the Jewish nation!
Even now our over-cautious rabbis and politically correct ‘leaders' do not like to emphasize the practical aspects of Purim’s survival - when Jews were facing mortal danger, our ancestors united and decisively destroyed enemies of the Jewish people.
Jews often talk about the lessons of
history like the Exodus from
Israel’s Lost Sense of Mission
by Rabbi Krasnianski, 2003.
A person needs a sense of mission like the air he breathes. A clear sense of mission and purpose keeps the soul healthy. Nations are like people, with a healthy sense of mission they thrive; without it, they flounder and fade away.
The Jewish people have survived for 3,800
years only because they had a strong sense of mission. At
Even in their darkest moments Jews cried
out, "Next Year in
At its founding, however,
It’s time to tell the truth that there
never were a Palestinian people and there never will be a Palestinian state. No
one is doing the Arabs any favors by cruelly fueling false hopes that will only
lead to frustration and greater disillusionment. The eternal people of
If our ancestors were here today, would we be able to look them in the eye? What will we tell our children and grandchildren when they ask us why we gave away their inheritance and trust, without their consent? Will they ever forgive us? What will we tell them - that we had no choice? History will not be so kind or forgiving.
Maybe Now is Enough? Time to Move them all to Sinai!
Palestinian militants in Gaza fired more than 50 mortar shells into Israel on Saturday, the heaviest barrage in two years.
Food for Thought. by Steven Shamrak
All over the world Jewish communities are predominantly involved in politically correct activities that do not lead to any real accomplishment. We must stop repeating our mistakes of the past and take charge of our destiny. It is not too late to become involved in meaningful acts of restoring self-respect, Jewish unity and unity of the Jewish land!
‘Poor Palestinins’ Getting ‘Aid’ to Destroy Israel
Navy commandos intercepted the German-owned A.S. Victoria on Tuesday, March 15
about 320 kilometers off
Tanks and Helicopters – No Demands for No-Fly Zone?
March 16, the crackdown by Bahraini security was launched with tanks
and helicopters to drive the mostly Shiite protesters out of
Hypocrisy of the Headlines:
Jerusalem should be a neutral city, say European voters - guardian.co.uk – Why are European voters, who are brain washed by anti-Israel propaganda, are the ‘authority’ on the future of the capital of the Jewish state?
Stop Funding Unsupervised PA Schools
Israel will ask the West to stop funding the Palestinian educational system and Palestinian television until there is a significant supervisory body overseeing them. There has been constant brainwashing against Israel in general, and settlers in particular, in violation of the Oslo accord. “It’s no wonder a horrible murder like this (Itamar) is perpetrated when Israelis, particularly settlers, are depicted as subhuman,” said Yossi Kuperwasser, director-general of the Strategic Affairs Ministry.
Playing for the Enemy Side
Ehud Barak, Israeli defence minister, said that Israel faces a “diplomatic tsunami” that could erode its international support and bolster its enemies in the Middle East. He also criticized his coalition government partner, Benjamin Netanyahu, saying indecisiveness by the prime minister “was pushing Israel into a corner from which the old South Africa’s deterioration began.” (When will this leftist, self-hating idiot learn to keep his mouth shut? The only criticism of the current government indecisiveness is that it does nothing to promote the Jewish national agenda and keeps Barak as defence minister!)
Quote of the Week:
"I noticed that some
of the states who rushed to the Security Council to condemn
During his official visit to Israel on March 13-14, President Christofias described Israel as one of Cyprus' "most important strategic partners." During his visit he discussed the possibility of transporting newly discovered natural gas from Israel to Cyprus and from thereon to Europe. The gas would come from the Leviathan field, some 80 miles off the Israeli coast, with estimated reserves of 16 trillion cubic feet. President Christofias also expressed his commitment to enhance relations between Israel and the European Union, under the rotating Presidency of Cyprus during the second half of 2012.
by Melanie Lidman
Jerusalem mayor Nir Barkat insisted that Jerusalem is not up for negotiation in a future peace process. “In (the peace negotiations) there are a lot of pink lines, but I have one red line: It’s called Jerusalem, don’t negotiate with Jerusalem,” he said at the Great Synagogue in Jerusalem. (There should be just one red line – Eretz-Israel is not for sale! Only then will our enemies stop their attempts to deligitemise the Jewish state, and will Israel be able to reunify all her ancestral land!)
He called the terrorist attack which killed five Israelis in Itamar an example of the importance of sticking to certain “red lines” in negotiations. “This whole brutality reminds us the level of risks we need to take with our neighbours,” he said. “We cannot trust that this will not happen again.” (How many Jewish lives must be sacrificed to make Jewish voters and politicians in Israel realize that we are in perpetual war, which our enemies are not willing to end? Only decisive action and clearing of all Jewish land from Arab occupation will bring an end to this internationally sponsored travecty!)