Sunday, July 6, 2014

Israelis kill 7 terrorists and the Satmar Blog VIN publishes the picture of the crying mothers! UPDATED

The IDF finally responds to the constant missile attacks from Gaza, and kills 7 terrorists who were about to launch more missiles, so what does VIN do?

They show the picture of the crying mothers of these dead terrorists from Reuters!

How sick can you get?
Did VIN just copy and paste the picture and the article from Reuters? or did they do this on purpose?
G-D only knows!

UPDATED
Turns out, that the 7 terrorists weren't killed by the IDF, but they were killed in a tunnel when they accidentaly triggered it off. Makes this picture more despicable!

 

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

VIN is not THAT much of a putz. He's just sloppy sometimes

Anonymous said...

Don't risk underestimate the putziness of any frum blogger.

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Anonymous said...

Wow! Which yeshivos threw out DT's seforim?

I don't know if he is anti-woman because he sided with the woman in the Schlesinger dispute but he is anti-ger, even gerei tzedek. There was a rov who came on his site to comment that DT is distorting some Gemaras & Rishonim against gerim which is also causing them tzaar. Eidensohn just blocked him from being able to write comments on DT.

Anonymous said...

On Daas Torah_____________;From Torah Musings by Rabbi Gil Student.


R. Lichtenstein proceeds to define this “da’as” as common sense with a deep understanding of the situation. A Torah scholar must attempt to understand a person, his place and his standing. “Da’as” requires psychological sensitivity and insight into the questioner and knowledge of the reality as it pertains to the question and questioner. It also demands an introspective knowledge of personal limitations.

In the past, R. Lichtenstein laments, we had Torah giants with great sensitivity such as R. Shlomo Zalman Auerbach and R. Ya’akov Kamenetsky. They understood people and their culture. In contrast, today the Torah giants are intentionally, as a matter of policy, distant from the public. They erect barriers to keep out the goings-on of general society. And they institute self-destructive policies.

III. Two Failures

R. Lichtenstein addresses two specific policies that he finds indicative of poor leadership:
1.Planned Poverty – With no education or job training, and a requirement to have a large family, the Charedi leadership has set people up for disaster. Where is the wisdom and foresight? Where is the profound sensitivity to the personal anguish these policies cause?

2.Separatism – A component of the mitzvah to love God is to cause others to love Him. Charedi leaders promote their own communities and in the process alienate, and often harshly insult, outsiders. This, in turn, distances many people from traditional Judaism.