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Saturday, February 13, 2016

Der Blatt Viciously Attacks R' Zalman Leib the Willamsburg Satmar Rebbe in an Editorial!

Just last Sunday, the Zalonie "Rabbonim"  headed by "Motorcade" Zalman Leib Teitelbaum, attacked the Litvisher Gadol, R' Yehuda Leib Shteinman Shlitah in a Kol Korah and called him a "maises u'madich" and called for the burning of all R' Shteinman's Seforim! 
The Kol Korah was signed by no less than 40 Satmar "Rabbonim"

So this week, Der Bluteh, the Aroinie yiddish weekly,wrote an editorial attacking the Kol Korah, stating, that attacking any "Gadol" by name (it's apparently Ok to curse Gedoilim by only hinting who they are)
is not the tradition  "we accepted from our Rabbis"

So now it's all out war between the dueling brothers, one of whom is the "Rabbi of the entire Jewish people!"  

Here is a translation of part of the editorial (loose translation):

"Last week, in the Chariedishe streets, there appeared a Kol Korah under the heading 
"Daas Torah from the Rabbonim Geoinim, students of our Holy Rabbi, R' Yoel Teitelbaum z"l"
 that personally attacked the elderly Litvisher leader of Degel Ha'torah party, Rabbi Yehuda Leib Shteinman Shlitah. 

The Kol Korah started with a verse from the Torah that called a renegade Rabbi  a "meises u'madiach" and ended with asking the Chareidie community to ostracize him and to burn his seforim!

We don't have to explain to anyone, that the difference between the Haskafois of the above mentioned leader (R' Shteinman)  and the Hashkafois of the Jewish Chareidie world that doesn't kow tow to the Zionists, is as far as east to west. 
But 
to falsify and to shame the shita'h  of  our Rabbi, the Baal Divrei Yoel z"l and other Gedoilei Yisroel that fought against the Zionist plague and all the religious parties, is also as far as east to west. 

To dress up the Kol Korah under the heading of "The students of our Holy Rabbi R' Yoel Teitelbaum" as if this personal attack was how the Rebbi previously acted and was his modus operandi , is  a chutzpeh and an insult to his memory...

The history of our war against Zionism and her parties was never to attack anyone personally in writing. As long as an Agudist Leader or a Rebbe who belonged to the Agudah behaved ok, we only attacked their respective policies but never attacked them personally , except of course if they attacked the holy SHIT'a,  then we  went on the  defense ...

For example, Reb Itche Meir Levin a"h (they wouldn't write z"l)
was the biggest instigator to recruit the post WW2 Jews to the Aguda and then had the Aguda join the first Zionist government.

Our parents told the story that when R' Itche Meir came to a visit to the USA, some people who shall remain anonymous, placed posters erev Shabbos, in the old Satmar Shul on Bedford and Ross Streets, attacking him personally.

When the Rebbe heard about it, he said that he wouldn't step into shul until those posters were removed (thru a gentile, since it was already shabbos).

In 1949, no one thought of attacking the Techbiner Rav personally, even though he had paskened that people should vote in the elections of the Zionist heretic government.

In 1982, when Rav Ovadia Yosef z"l founded the Shas party and brought the entire Sefardic population into the political kitchen of the Zionists, no one even thought to attack him personally ... as a side note, the halachic rulings of Rav Yoisef are brought down in a lot of Teshuvois even in the Heimishe Tshuvois, so the danger of  his  influence is far far greater than a 102 elderly leader that is not a poisek and his seforim are not as famous and so he isn't even a danger and students of R' Yoel z"l have nothing to fear since there is minimal chance that they would even come across his works.  

In 1989, the Ponivitzer Rosh Yeshiva, Rav Menachem Man Shach z"l founded the Degel Hatorah party and shlepped in the entire Litvisher world into Election Kitchen.  
Until he did that and as long as the litvishe were associated with the Aguda party, they were considered (by Aguda) second class citizens and when election time came, they stayed in Yeshiva learning. 
But since 1989, they got caught in the election fever under the leadership of Rav Shach and no one posted a Kol Korah against him personally! 

I will skip to the following Paragraph:

How many battles did we fight against the last Lubavitcher Rebbe z"l over his "Miracle-campaign" during the 6 day war, when he praised the Education Minister Zalman Shazar  stating:
"Kol HaOileh Le'gedulah Moichlim Kol Avanoisef"  (All sins are forgiven to those who are raised to a leadership position)
By the Yom Kippur war, he (Lubavitcher Rebbe) advised the government to march directly to Damascus! 
During the parsha of Entebbe  he was advocating a broader Israel. The fear should have been much greater than today's Litvisher Leader, since Williamsburg borders Crown Heights  yet no one even taught of attacking him by name!

The Editorial keeps going on and on, basically attacking the "motorcade" brother without mentioning his name of course!

The interesting point that I took from this editorial, is that the Shitah of R' Yoel z"l was that as long as you don't mention any names, you can attack anybody even if the attacked is a Rebbe or a leader of thousands of Jewish people!
It's ok to mock Gedoilei Yisroel that don't follow the SHIT'ah as long as you don't mention any names! 

Very nice!

And what's really interesting is, and I gleaned this from the editorial... that it seems that all  Gedoilie Yisroel were for the Medinah, 

R' Zalman Leib Teitelbaum Williamsburg Satmar Rebb is the Rabbi of all the Jewish People

The headline of "Der Goy", the Yiddish weekly newspaper associated with the Zalonie Satmar faction states:

(Loose Translation)

"Days of High Spiritual and Holy Awareness by Jewish Chareidim in London , Upon the Visit of the RABBI OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE, The Holy Rabbi of Satmar"

I wonder what the followers of his brother R' Aron think about this headline, that calls his younger brother R' Zalman Leib  ....
"RABBI OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE"

What sheer chutzpah to call a guy, who nobody even heard or learned one single  Halacha from (except to ban the Iphone, and Loshon Hara against Jews living in Israel), "Rabbi of the Jewish people"
Is he even a poisek? 
Who is he?
Isn't he the guy that's in secular court with his brother, fighting about real estate?

How do we measure who the Rabbi of Klall Yisroel is?
Do we measure the "Rabbi of Klall Yisroel" by how many cars he had in his motorcade, and how many traffic lights his motorcade went thru? Putting innocent lives in danger so he can get his fat derriere to the airport?
Do we measure the "Rabbi of Klall Yisroel" by the private jet that whisked him to London?

Or do we measure the "Rabbi of the Jewish people" by the filthy hate he spews against Eretz Yisroel and its inhabitants? 

A Message to the Anti-Zionist Frummies


Our Aliyah Chronicle
By Shmuel Katz

I overheard a comment in a conversation last week that really riled me. 

The person said that the occurrence of unnecessary deaths like that of Dafna Meir (the woman who was murdered in her home by a teen terrorist a few weeks ago) “are
part of the reason I am anti-Zionist. 
You pretend to honor her sacrifice, but really you revel in her death. I would prefer she were still alive, and I’d sacrifice some piece of dirt for her life any day.”

In the ensuing conversation, the person said that “the Holocaust was caused by Zionism”; that the State of Israel may very well be the cause of the “next Holocaust”; and that “the safest thing for Jews to do is to live inconspicuously among the nations and to focus their lives around service of G‑d,” adding, “Galus is the life support of Klal Yisrael until Mashiach. Zionism is like prematurely taking the patient off life support. There is this momentary flailing around that seems like the patient is vibrant and alive, but that’s really just a bit of adrenaline rushing through the veins of a body in its death throes.”

Every once in a while, I write an article about which all my connections who live in Israel shout “Right on!” or “Exactly!” while many of my “galus” connections call me out for being overly Zionistic and acting like a reformed smoker in a cigar shop.

I am astounded that a thinking human with even a rudimentary background in history would think this way. Zionism caused the Holocaust? How dare you!

We should live inconspicuously among the nations? Really? 

Our history for the last couple thousand years says otherwise!

 Massacre after massacre of Jewish communities doing exactly what you suggest. Greeks. Romans. Crusaders. Inquisitors. Cossacks. Arabs. The world has been wading in our blood for millennia—and most (if not all) of those massacred were simply living inconspicuously among their neighbors with lives focused on serving G‑d.

You think anti-Jewish sentiment (Arabs are also a Semitic people, so the term anti-Semitism is inaccurate) is a result of Zionism? 

Are you kidding me? 

Anti-Jewish sentiment has been around almost as long as we have been around as a people, not just the last 120 years since the beginning of Zionist thought, or even the 250 years since the advent of the Haskalah movement.

Galus is the life support of Klal Yisrael until Mashiach? 

So our many ancestors who wrote about and personally strove to make aliyah and live in EretzYisrael were simply wrong?

Rishonim and Acharonim who wrote about the importance of living here, several of whom sacrificed everything for the chance to come to Israel and have the z’chus of living here, were wrong?

There is no special holiness to the land itself? 

There is no reason to do your utmost to follow their example and endure hardship in an effort to attain the merit of YishuvHaAretz?

I have said this before, but it bears repeating. 

The State of Israel is the single largest sponsor of Torah education in all of Jewish history, outside of G‑d Himself. Not only that, but there are currently more people “focusing their lives on service of G‑d” in Israel than at any other time since the destruction of the Beit HaMikdash. Think about that for a second.

And back to the original thought that brought up the entire discussion: 

the assertion that Dafna Meir’s murder is something that we “revel in” and that you would trade her life for any piece of “dirt.” 

Where is your emunah? 

Where is your understanding that we have to do our best and put our fate in the hand of G‑d?

Almost 10 years ago, I wrote about the fears I had in bringing my family to Israel. I wrote about my concerns for their welfare and safety. And I wrote about how the death of my friend Jay (an attorney who was tragically killed in a one-car crash on his way home from work, leaving his wife and children behind) helped me overcome those fears, fears which I still carry with me to this day.

My friend Jay died a tragic death. Why? 
Because G‑d decided it was Jay’s time to go. We are all destined to die. And while we must do everything in our power to limit risk to ourselves and secure our safety, it is ultimately in G‑d’s hands whether or not we make it through the day and year. It is one of the main themes of the Yamim Nora’im, the fact that G‑d determines what will happen to us.

Dafna Meir was not killed by Zionism. 

She was not killed because our existence in a neighborhood where all our neighbors despise us incited murderous plots. 

She was killed because those who hate us will always hate us and seek our blood. Period.

And you, the person, living in the Five Towns, who prompted my ire, you are a self-deriding, self-justifying, apologetic “Diaspora Jew” who must criticize those who strive to achieve the Kedushah of EretzYisrael rather than face the truth in the mirror. 

And that truth is simply this: 

You revel in hating the State of Israel and the people who are Zionists because you are comfortable in your little cocoon of galus there in America.

While I understand that aliyah is not a practical possibility for everyone, I also know that it is a dream that we should all have. It should be painful for those who are in galus to celebrate the second day of chag on the yamim tovim.

 It should be painful for those in galus to know that they are missing out on mitzvot of EretzYisrael (even if they are at this time not Torah obligations, but rabbinic). 

It should be painful for you to only have Birkat Kohanim on chagim. 

It should be painful not to be able to observe Shemittah, terumah, etc.

Your assertion that we have brought this upon ourselves is an affront to the memories of our ancestors and the thousands of people who volunteered to give their lives so that Jews could have a place where they could attempt to live free from persecution. 

We may still be short of that goal, but at least we are trying. And I would rather do that than be like you and bury my head in the sand.

Shmuel Katz is the executive director of Yeshivat Migdal HaTorah (www.migdalhatorah.org), a new gap-year yeshiva. Shmuel, his wife Goldie, and their six children made aliyah in July of 2006. Before making aliyah, he was the executive director of the Yeshiva of South Shore in Hewlett. You can contact him at shmu@migdalhatorah.org.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Tzipi Hotevely- Deputy Foreign Minister being interviewed by Al Jazeera International

Tzipi Hotovely is an Israeli politician who currently serves as a member of the Knesset for the Likud, and as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs since 2015. Hotovely is a doctorate student at the Faculty of Law in Tel Aviv University, She frum.


Monsey: Wesley Hills couple killed in murder-suicide

It seems that the couple were not "me'shalunie" 
Looks like there are still some "goyim" left in Monsey .... Who knew?
The Developers will now be able to build another 50 units!



 A couple is dead after a murder-suicide at a home this morning,  Ramapo police said.
Ramapo Police Chief Brad Weidel said officers responded to a report of gunshots around 2 Deerwood Road at 7:11 a.m. Police said the man shot his wife while she was in bed then shot himself on the home's back porch.
The woman was dead at the scene and the man died while en route to a hospital, Weidel said.
Police have not released the couple's names because relatives were still being notified of the deaths.
Investigators from the Rockland County Bureau of Criminal Investigation are also on the scene.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Malcolm Hoenlein Meets With Turkish President Erdogan


  Delegation led by close Netanyahu associate Malcolm Hoenlein invited to meet with the Turkish president at the presidential palace in Ankara; Israeli, Turkish teams to meet in Geneva to discuss reconciliation.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held a rare meeting on Tuesday in Ankara with a delegation of 20 American Jewish leaders, an indication the normalization of ties with Israel is closer than ever before.


The delegation was led by chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations, Malcolm Hoenlein, a close associate of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Ishak Ibrahimzadeh, the president of the Jewish community in Turkey, was also present at the meeting.

The meeting marked the first time the Turkish president met with American Jewish leaders since his confrontation in front of Shimon Peres at Davos in January of 2009, after Operation Cast Lead.

As part of Erdogan's campaign to prepare the Turkish public for reconcliation with Israel, his office reported on the meeting and released photographs and video footage of it.

Delegation leader Hoenlein was reportedly asked by senior Israeli officials to convey messages to Erdogan about reconciliation talks between the two countries.

"We discussed a variety of issues," he said after the meeting. "We talked about the opportunity for reconciliation. Erdogan raised specific issues, including the fight against extremists, the war on terrorism and the role of Turkey and Iran in the region. We were there as representatives of the American Jewish leadership. We consulted with Israel before the meeting but it is not true to say that we conveyed messages from Israel. We discussed the concerns of all parties, including Israel."

Erdogan meets with Jewish leaders
Erdogan meets with Jewish leaders
  
When asked about the meeting with Erdogan, Netanyahu said: "Malcolm met with many leaders. I'd love to hear what the Turks had to say to him. We aspire for normalization with all our neighbors, but it is always a two-way street."

The Israeli and Turkish negotiating teams were expected to hold another meeting in Geneva in an effort to complete talks on the reconciliation agreement between the two countries. So far, understandings were reached on most issues, although disagreements remained on conditions set by Turkey regarding the blockade of Gaza, and Israel's demands regarding Hamas activities on Turkish soil.

The negotiations on Israel's behalf are still led by new Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, who was was still the national security advisor when talks began, and Netanyahu's envoy Joseph Ciechanover.  

Over the last few days, Israel has sent a message to Hamas via the Turks, warning them against terrorist attacks using tunnels. Israel also made it clear to the Turks that if Hamas does use its tunnels to launch attacks in Israel, the IDF will retaliate with great force. Israel is banking on the fact that the Turks do not want an escalation at this time, and could persuade Hamas to restrain itself.

Hillary loses New Hampshire by 22 % but gets 2 more delegates than Bernie ????


Do you know that Bernie Sanders is the first Jewish candidate to win a major presidential primary?  
You hadn't heard that? 
 Here's the point: 
Hillary Clinton tried to stop the first African-American from being elected president.  Now she's trying to stop the first Jewish-American from being elected president.  What a bigot! Doesn't Mrs. Clinton realize she should get out of the way and let these minorities finally have their shot at things? 
She tried to stop the first black president; he won.  Now she's trying to stop the first Jewish president, and he just mopped the floor with her. 
 Do you want to know how screwed up the Democrat primary is?  
Hillary lost in New Hampshire... I don't even know if Bernie knows this yet.  If he doesn't know, somebody's gonna have to tell him.  Hillary Clinton loses by 22 points and got two more delegates than Bernie Sanders did last night.  
I'm not kidding you. This is from The Daily Caller:
"Though Bernie Sanders won the New Hampshire primary in a landslide over Hillary Clinton, he will likely receive fewer delegates than she will. Sanders won 60% of the vote, but thanks to the Democratic Party’s nominating system, [Bernie Sanders] leaves the Granite State with at least 13 delegates while [Hillary] leaves with at least 15 delegates." 
Now, what kind of system is that?  
You go in and you get skunked, you get schlonged, you get landslid'd out by 22 points -- and you leave the state with two more delegates than Bernie.  
Bernie's always talking about how this system's rigged and that system's rigged and everything else, the economy's rigged and Wall Street's rigged.  Wait 'til he finds out that New Hampshire was rigged.  
His reaction is gonna be, "Wait a minute! I got 60% of the vote; she got 38% of it. What do you mean, I got two fewer delegates?"  
New Hampshire has 24 pledged delegates which are allotted based on the popular vote.  Sanders has 13; Clinton has nine.  There are two currently allotted to neither, but under committee rules, DNC rules, New Hampshire has eight superdelegates, and Hillary owns them.   Don't you just love it?

Jews are being stabbed in Crown Heights now! Video

For those naive Jews that think that only Jews in Israel get stabbed .... read the following!


Footage is the stabber fleeing the scene!







Lubavitcher Man Stabbed in Crown Heights


A Lubavitcher man in his 30s was stabbed in the back by an African-American man on Empire Blvd. in Crown Heights. The attacker fled the scene and is at large.
No words were exchanged between the attacker and his victim. The victim said the two crossed paths while walking along Empire Blvd., and he suddenly felt a sharp pain in his back. He quickly realized he had been stabbed in his upper right back.
The victim was transported by Hatzalah to Kings County Hospital. He never lost consciousness, and his condition is believed to be non-life-threatening.
This is a developing story. We will update it with more information as it becomes available.
This is the second unprovoked stabbing incident to target a Jewish man in Crown Heights in the past year. About three months ago, a Hatzalah volunteer was stabbed by an unidentified assailant while jogging along Eastern Parkway.
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Satmar "Rabbis" Spew Anti-Israel Hateful Message Calling on Marco Rubio to Abandon Israel



Lest you think that these animals in the video below are only the  Neturei Karta, and  "Neturei Karta is a separate entity" and have no connection to the Satmar Shit'ah;  let me disabuse you of that notion!

These "Rabbis" front for Satmar  & Company ... and they preach hate straight out of the Satmar Bible .... "Vayoel Moshe" ... the Magnum Opus of Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum, the ubiquitous and pristine founder of Satmar Chassidus.

The funding for these living bastards come from an organization called "Netruni." Netruni's offices have the same address as Der Goy, the Satmar Yiddish propaganda rag! Der Goy has full page ads for Netruni and constantly schnor for this Nazi entity! 

Rabbi Gershon Tennenbaum dies suddenly

by Sandy Eller 
 Rabbi Gershon Tannenbaum, a well known, vibrant and beloved Brooklyn rabbi, passed away unexpectedly in his sleep last night at the age of 66.
Rabbi Tannenbaum was the rov of Congregation Bnai Israel of Linden Heights and the director of the Igud Harabanim.  A long time columnist for the Jewish Press and the 5 Towns Jewish Times, his most recently published column, a eulogy for Rabbi Yisroel Belsky, ran just six days ago.
“He was a tremendous, tremendous person,” Rabbi Tannenbaum’s son, Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Tannenbaum told VIN News.  “As the rov of a shul, the entire congregation loved him.”
Rabbi Tannenbaum was born in a DP camp in Windsheim, Germany in 1949 to Hungarian parents, the next in a long line of prominent rabbonim.  He studied in Yeshiva Chasam Sofer, Mesivta Tifereth Jerusalem, Yeshivat HaTefutzot and Yeshiva University.  Rabbi Tannenbaum served as a shamash to Rabbi Aryeh Levine in Jerusalem for a short time and his was the first semicha conferred in Jerusalem after its reunification in 1967.
Rabbi Tannenbaum earned a reputation as an excellent speaker with an incredible breadth of knowledge.
“He knew Europe like the back of his hand,” said Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Tannenbaum.  “When he spoke of generations gone by it was as if he knew them all.  He knew the stories. He was a walking encyclopedia on pre-war Hungary.”
His unique ability to relate to a wide array of people was just one element that made Rabbi Tannenbaum so successful.
“He had an unbelievable connection to the biggest rabbonim and askanim and knew how to converse in their languages,” said Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Tannenbaum.  “He could speak to Chasidishe rebbes and government officials.  He knew how to connect and he accomplished tremendously with that ability.”
Rabbi Tannenbaum was affiliated with many local organizations and was known to spend his days and nights helping others.
“He was a well known address because of his newspaper articles,” observed Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Tannenbaum.  “He would assist people on a personal level.  He was asked very often to make levayas for people who didn’t have a rabbi figure of their own and he knew how to connect with them on the spot. Those levayas were so meaningful.”
Two days ago, Rabbi Tannenbaum submitted his final article to the 5 Towns Jewish Times on the grand Satmar wedding being held tonight in Williamsburg.
“His Machberes column was anticipated weekly by readers,” noted Larry Gordon, editor of the 5 Towns Jewish Times. “He provided keen insight into the scrupulous fashion in which old world tradition is adhered to in today’s Chasidic communities around the world.  His voice, wisdom and insight will be sorely missed.”
Rabbi Tannenbaum’s familiarity with the Chasidic world, both past and present, earned him the admiration of many.
“He was a scholar who understood how Jewish history impacts current events and was able to reference his vast knowledge of Jewish history and rabbinic and Chasidic conduct in various circumstances and was able to apply it to how events unfold in contemporary times,” said Ezra Friedlander, CEO of The Friedlander Group, a long time friend of Rabbi Tannenbaum’s.  “He had the ability to convey complex chapters of history and also apply it layman’s terms something that is important so that it can be preserved for future generations.”
Friedlander recalled hearing from Rabbi Tannenbaum shortly after the birth of his eldest son.
“Both he and his wife called and said they had a very unique, antique tray for a pidyon haben with special engravings,” said Friedlander.  “He referenced all the sources and it was so inspiring to place our son on the tray for his pidyon haben.”
Rabbi Yaakov Klass, a member of the Igud Harabonim and Torah editor of the Jewish Press who collaborated with Rabbi Tannenbaum on a weekly Daf Yomi column, remembered him as an energetic and selfless individual.
“He was someone who always worried about others, and even though he faced a lot of adversity of his own, he would make nothing of it,” said Rabbi Klass.  “I remember working with him to secure a get for one woman who was having a very difficult time and probably countless others as well.  Some people accomplish in many years, while others have to accomplish in a shorter time.”
Rabbi Tannenbaum was one of the speakers at last night’s Igud Harabonim’s monthly Rosh Chodesh seudah.
“He spoke dynamically about a number of issues,” said Rabbi Klass.  “The issue of singles was brought up by Rabbi Shmaryahu Shulman and he magnified it, speaking about how important it is to take care of all the singles and help them find their shidduchim.  He was the life of the Igud Harabonim, there was no question about it.  He did everything.”
Chaskel Bennett, a member of Agudath Israel Board of Trustees, recalled his interactions with Rabbi Tannenbaum.
“As a young activist, Rabbi Tannenbaum often sought me out and offered chizuk and words of encouragement,” remarked Bennet.  “He seemed genuinely happy that younger people were willing to assume achrayus on behalf of the community ‎and encouraged me to continue my activities. Invariably, ‎in a public setting where I presented and he was in the audience, he would be one of first to compliment me afterwards.‎ He used his passion and love for the Jewish people to promote our community in his various columns. That positive kiddush Hashem will be sorely missed and needs to carried forward.”
The timing of Rabbi Tannenbaum’s passing cannot be ignored, observed Bennett.
“Without fail, I like many others I’m sure, received his timely emails promoting the monthly Rosh Chodesh gathering of the Igud Harabonim. You knew Rosh Chodesh was approaching because of Rabbi Tannenbaum’s emails. It is deeply emotional and bittersweet to me, that the man who was mechabed the coming of Rosh Chodesh will forever have his yahrtzeit on Rosh Chodesh.”
Untold numbers of friends and family members are reeling from the shock of Rabbi Tannenbaum’s sudden passing.
“Many, many people have expressed to me that they lost a father today,” said Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Tannenbaum.
“They don’t make them like Gershon Tannenbaum anymore,” said Assemblyman Dov Hikind who knew Rabbi Tannenbaum for three decades.  “He had such kindness and such compassion and such a love of Eretz Yisroel and klal yisroel.
This is a man that if you met him and spoke to him, you couldn’t imagine him raising his voice. He was so soft spoken that it just wasn’t possible.  He had such sweetness, integrity and honesty and when I think of someone like him not being here the world is diminished.  I will miss him very, very much.”
Community Activist Mark Meyer Appel shared a warm relationship with Rabbi Tannenbaum for 40 years.
“He was the first rabbi in the USA and the world to open up his shul, his heart and his soul to protect our children when no one else would.  “He was heart and soul.  He would find people jobs, roam the streets to help kids, go to Maimonides at 3 AM to see patients and do whatever he had to do.”
“His name personified the word chesed,” said Appel.  “Tannenbaum means chesed.”
The levaya for Rabbi Tannenbaum will take place today at noon at Congregation Bnai Israel of Linden Heights, 4502 9th Avenue. He leaves behind his wife, Rebbetzin Sarah Tannenbaum, his children Rabbi Chaim Tannenbaum, Rabbi Yitzchok Zev Tannenbaum, Mrs. Bracha Holtzer and Mrs. Malky Haimoff.

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Ezriel Simons Passes away at 32 .....

The Levaya/Funeral  Ezriel Simons Z"l will be Tomorrow

 morning at 10:00am at Khal Adath Jeshurun at 

2 Dover Terrace


Monsey Ny, 10952


Buriel will be at King Solomon cemetery

 
550 Dwasline Road


Clifton NJ 07012


we will all be sitting shiva at 


10 Sam Law Drive


Monsey NY 10952


Until Tuesday morning Febuary 16th

Meet Bernie Sanders’ Israel Hating Advisers

Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders has tapped several critics of Israel to advise him on foreign policy, including one who has compared Israelis to “Nazis” and accused them of waging “a Holocaust.”

Sanders, who is Jewish and had family members slaughtered during the Holocaust, recently disclosed that his top foreign policy advisers include J Street, a dovish Middle East advocacy group that backs some of Congress’ most vocal critics of Israel, former assistant Secretary of Defense Larry Korb, and James Zogby, an Israel detractor who heads the Arab American Institute.
The inclusion of these advisers in the Sanders’ campaign, which has already come under fire for ignoring prominent Jewish-American political organizations, has prompted speculation from some that the presidential hopeful will pursue anti-Israel foreign policy priorities.
“Bernie seems to care very little about foreign policy, and so his views are shaped inordinately by advisers,” said Noah Pollak, executive director of the Emergency Committee for Israel, an advocacy organization. “And now we know who those advisers are. Two of them—Zogby and J Street—are leading anti-Israel apologists for terrorism. By his association with these extremist groups, Bernie fails the commander-in-chief test.”
Zogby has accused the Jewish state of committing a “Holocaust” against the Palestinians and has referred to Israelis as “Nazis.” He has also described sitting members of Congress as “Israel firsters,” an anti-Semitic trope that implies dual loyalty to the Jewish state.
Zogby also has come under fire for exploiting the memory of the Holocaust for political purposes.
Zogby claimed in a 2010 blog post for the Huffington Post that “the plight of Palestinians is to the Arabs, what the Holocaust is to Jews world-wide.”
His comparison immediately drew outrage, with researchers from the UK Media Watch organization describing it as “grievously insulting.”
“Nothing that I could say to highlight his words would make them any more insulting or horrid than they are on their own,” a representative of that group wrote at the time.
“Zogby has two goals: to make Arab Americans more powerful than Jewish Americans and to be their preeminent leader,” Yehudit Barsky, a fellow at the Institute for the Study of Global Anti-Semitism and Policy, wrote in a profile about Zogby’s anti-Israel attitudes.
J Street has faced similar criticism for its efforts to pressure Israel into making security concessions to the Palestinians that could endanger its survival.
J Street accused the Jewish state of “fanning growing flames of anti-Semitism” due to its efforts to stop daily attacks on civilians during Israel’s 2014 battle against Hamas terrorists.
The group’s leaders also have accused leading Israeli politicians of being racists.
J Street, which lobbies in Congress, supports many leading critics of Israel and has worked to defeat the Jewish state’s defenders.
Mainstream members of the pro-Israel community have repeatedly called on J Street to be isolated and excluded from the debate due to its extremist policies.
A majority of voters also have expressed opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, one of J Street’s top priorities. Sanders also backs the deal.
Korb, a Sanders adviser and top official at the Center for American Progress, lobbied in favor of the Iran deal and has said that military action against the Islamic Republic is not an option.
“Sanders commitment to get foreign policy advice from these three folks is indicative that his time on a kibbutz in Israel did little else than to instill in him a love for farming,” said Mark McNulty, the Republican Jewish Coalition’s spokesman. “J Street and Zogby are more committed to tearing down our relationship with Israel than providing sound policy advice. The choice for Democrat Jews is stark and the more they learn the more a GOP candidate committed to restoring our place in the world is an attractive candidate.”

Hillary’s Advisers from Hell


So it turns out that the advice Hillary Clinton gets from her advisers regarding Israel is overwhelmingly anti-Israel:
…the stream of anti-Israel advice received by Hillary was much more comprehensive than that which came from just [Sidney Blumenthal]. In the entire batch of Hillary’s emails, you will be hard pressed to find a single email that is sympathetic towards the Jewish state, from any of the people on whom she relied. …
These emails seem to demonstrate that a huge segment of her close advisers and confidants were attacking Israel, condemning Netanyahu, and strategizing about how to force Israel to withdraw from Judea and Samaria at all costs.

Charedi extremists attack soldiers and turn over car

The car in the above photo was turned over by "Bnei Torah."
The Gemarrah in Bava Kama best describes guys like that as a "shor mazik bershus harabim"....

They are no different than the  Black rioters in Baltimore that attacked the police.

Yes they came to arrest a guy ... a draft dodger. 
All this boy had to do was show up at the draft and get an exemption .....
But, instead, he decided to disobey  the law, by not showing up at the draft place .... and Instead he followed the orders of some "bachelor" fanatic leader. 

It's not enough that the IDF has to be on constant watch not to get stabbed by Arabs, now they have to worry about getting their heads bashed in by Yeshiva Bochrim?

Hey Bochrim, if you don't like the Zionist State ...move to Gaza! 

But if you live in the State ..you have to follow the law. If you don't like the law ... vote your own guys in ..








Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon (Likud) slammed on Tuesday haredi extremists in Ashdod who early this morning overturned a police car and attacked officers coming to detain suspected IDF draft-dodgers.

"The violent attack in Ashdod against IDF soldiers who came to perform their task and the police who were called to assist them is intolerable and a strong hand is required against the rioters," he declared. 

"We must not be tolerant toward a minority of extremist lawbreakers," Ya'alon charged. "Those who raise a hand against IDF soldiers - or use violence in general - must be severely punished."

"I expect the heads of the haredi community to condemn the violent incident, which absolutely negates the trend of integration of young haredim into the army and into the workforce - in a way which allows them to contribute both to haredi society and to the State of Israel."

The incident began when IDF soldiers came to Ashdod to arrest a haredi youth who was skipping his military draft without permission.

As they were carrying out their duty, a group of extremists surrounded the soldiers' vehicles, spat at them and yelled epithets. They even succeeded in overturning a military vehicle.

A large police force rescued the soldiers and dispersed the crowd. As they were doing so, though, several patrol cars were hit with rocks.

"We are taking the event very seriously. We will use all necessary means to find those involved and bring them to justice," said an official police statement.

Zionist Company Invents Bandage That Stops Uncontrolled Bleeding in Minutes, EU and Satmar Boycotting product

So I have a question to the EU and Satmar....
Are you going to allow your followers bleed to death? or are you going to hold your big noses and buy the product? Hmmmm?
Another question: Satmar boycotts El AL and would even fly with the German Luftwaffa ...so why not boycott the bandage, isn't your SHIT'ah in reference to the Zionists, "yehareh v'al yaavor, better die than deal with Zionists?


An Israeli company called Core Scientific Solutions has invented a new bandage that stops uncontrolled bleeding. The bandage is called WoundClot and it aims to save lives by stopping bleeding in the field and in hospitals from stab and gunshot wounds.
If not treated quickly, profuse bleeding can lead to a rapid death
When professional help is not available to stop bleeding by applying pressure, this bandage can be used with very little training..
Dr. Shani Eliyahu Gross, part of the development team, says the bandage is able to stop the bleeding within minutes, without the need to apply pressure.
“It comes in a long ribbon. When we place it into the wound, in this case it is only water, but when it is exposed to liquids, this product starts to absorb enormous amount of blood and then it transforms into a gel state”, Gross explains.
The more blood the bandage absorbs, the quicker it clots, and the bandage is stable for 24 hours. The creators of WoundClot say that is enough time to get patients, like wounded soldiers, to the hospital.
“These products allows us to treat very severe bleeding in the field, with minimum amount of, I would say, training, with minimum amount of interfering with the regular medical treatment or protocols that are used today”, said Company CEO Yuval Yaskil.
The company says it’s providing WoundClot to Israeli police forces and the army and selling it to hospitals for as little as $10 per bandage.
Watch the video HERE

Monday, February 8, 2016

Hillary For President! Ezra Friedlander for Chief Kapo!

Lech'void Shoivvim .... I attached a photo of Ezra Friedlander, that depicts him  covering  his "beitzim" while sitting next to Hillary so that he isn't "moitzeh zera le'vatallah" Chas V'shoem !





Sunday, February 7, 2016

Park East Synagogue Boos Un's "Kock im Uhn!"

Congregants at Park East Synagogue greet Ban with jeers during Holocaust Day speech, after he called Palestinian terrorism 'human nature.'

Nu .... there is still some Yiddalech who have some seichal! 
The truth is that they should have walked out on him and thrown  kishke at him!
What a brazen bastard coming to shul to talk ....


UN Director-General Ban Ki-Moon spoke at Park East Synagogue in New York on Saturday, in a speech for International Holocaust Remembrance Day - but he was met with boos in light of his recent virulently anti-Israeli statements.

Two weeks ago on Tuesday Ban expressed sympathy for murderous Palestinian terrorism in Israel, saying, "it is human nature to react to occupation." The comment was met with outrage in Israel.
In his speech at the synagogue Ban steered completely clear of Israel, instead only speaking about the universal messages from the Holocaust regarding the need to combat racism and violence. But the crowd did not let him off the hook, jeering and heckling him as he spoke.

"The world must work together in order to build bridges in the struggle against anti-Semitism, racism against Muslims and all other types of hatred," Ban said.

“The Holocaust was a colossal crime. Six million Jews were systematically rounded up and murdered. Millions of others were killed alongside them - prisoners of war, political dissidents, members of minority groups, such as Roma and Sinti, homosexuals and persons with disabilities," he added.

“Today, I am deeply disturbed by the massacres in South Sudan, by the continued carnage in Syria, and by the atrocities being inflicted by Daesh (Islamic State) and Boko Haram. In today’s climate of growing global fear and alienation, we must not lose sight of the fundamental truth that all humans are born with inalienable rights, dignity and worth.”

Ban's speech at the synagogue had been arranged in advance before his comments, as he apparently desired to address a synagogue in time for Holocaust Remembrance Day.