What Are You? A Soldier of the State or a Jew, a Soldier of Hashem?

B"H - In our times there is a difference between a soldier and a Jew: A soldier is someone, anyone, Jew or gentile, who swears allegiance to the secular, anti-Torah State of Israel. A Jew is something different: He sweares allegiance to Hashem, under the Mount in Sinai for all generations. The very fact that the IDF requires its soldiers to swear allegiance to the State's secular command-chain is ferocious and an intrinsically anti-Jewish act and all soldiers who accept it should be condemned in no uncertain terms for abandoning the original and true Jewish mission to be representatives of Hashem in this world. So, in this conjecture it is important to pray for our sons, members of Klal Israel, rather than for "our" soldiers, who essentially and per definition are traitors, sold out to the Zionist and anti-Torah State!


Attack On Airport: Casus Belli? Why Not? Because They Are Cowards, That's Why!

B"H - Well said as usual, one cannot but agree: Amen! Let me comment by saying that last yom shlishi (friday) I went to the airport to pick up a friend flying in from the States. As I was waiting, at a certain point, around 15 to 11 the loudspeaker declared an alarm and the security personnel ushered the people to the shelters. All public areas and shops were closed for about 15-20 minutes. Now, what the regime calls Ben Gurion Airport and I call Rambam Airport is a pretty prestigious target and the fact that the State doesn't consider an attack on it casus belli, a reason for war, is an indication, a proof if you like, of the treasonous character of the State itself.

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Jews Start To Wake Up And Realize The State Of Israel Is Tratorous

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Always Putting The Blame On Others Dry Bones Is Easy

B"H - The Zionists reporting the Arabs' bombing Sderot without mentioning Ishmael in the Torah is like trying to explain America's entry into WWII without mentioning the bombing of Perl Harbor.

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Demolishing The Human Shields Notion


It's been noted that Hamas uses human shields to protect their rocket launchers, buildings, etc. The notion of human shields is based on Israeli reluctance to attack targets which would result in large numbers of people losing their lives. Protecting in such a way the enemies' lives, exposing at the same time Jewish and Israeli lives is not only immoral, not only anti-Torah, but outright traitorous in my book. This is one. Two, a human who lets him or herself to be used as a shield, is for all purposes as bad as a "combatant" terrorist and therefore fully worthy of elimination. In Jewish terms the "human shields" notion is worthless and should be disregarded altogether.
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I'm just back from the airport where I went to pick a friend up this morning. The loudspeaker at a certain point declared an alarm and security personnel rushed people into the shelters. All public areas and shops were shut down for something like 15-20 minutes. After the announcement I've heard two loud explosions. My take? Rambam Airport, that the regime calls "Ben Gurion" is a pretty prestigious target, attack of which makes the leaders of the Democratic Republic of Israel and its IDF look pretty incompetent and unworthy for allowing it.
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Now I See!

B"H - I see that it was a very good leftist idea to come out from Gaza and give the Land that G-d gave us to our sworn enemies, because since '05 there's so much peace coming out from there, wow, I can really see now how this wonderful idea of two states for two peoples living side by side in peace and harmony can bear its fruit and work miracles!

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Another Not To Miss Rabbi Mizrachi Shiur

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