Sunday, January 31, 2016

Robin Goldman praised as ‘supermom’ and quiet doer of mitzvot.

This past Shabbat morning, despite the raging snow and winds outside, about 30 women made a point of attending services at the Young Israel of Scarsdale. They stayed behind in the women’s section after the service to honor their friend and fellow synagogue member, Dr. Robin Goldman, by following her longtime practice of privately reading the weekly Torah portion after most of the congregants had left the sanctuary.
On this somber occasion, the women took turns reading the narrative, which described the exodus from Egypt, aloud.
Goldman, 58, a prominent local pediatrician, devoted mother and grandmother, and active member of the synagogue and the Scarsdale community, was stabbed to death last Wednesday at her home.
Her husband, Julius Reich, 61, a partner in a financial advisory firm, was charged with second-degree murder and is being held without bail.
“It was a very meaningful tribute to read the Torah portion together,” said Fern Oppenheim, a friend of Goldman’s for many years who described her as both fully modern and deeply pious.
She and other longtime friends spoke of how synagogue members are in shock and mourning over a woman widely admired for her caring, gracious manner and quiet and often private acts of chesed (kindness).
Rabbi Jonathan Morgenstern of Young Israel referred to Goldman as “a queen” and righteous woman.
Debbie Schrag, a close friend for 27 years, noted that on Shabbat, Goldman regularly was called on at home to tend to children who were ill or had an accident. “She loved being a doctor, loved helping people.”
It was noted that on occasion Goldman prepared shiva meals for people she did not know personally; that immediately on hearing of the death of a friend’s parent, she left work and got on a plane to be at the funeral; and that she was always there for her three adult children, bringing them food for Shabbat or even driving into Manhattan to walk her daughter’s dog.
Among Goldman’s activities were serving as president of the PTA at SAR School in Riverdale, and on the Ramaz School parents’ council in Manhattan, hosting an NYU Chabad parlor meeting, chairing her synagogue’s adult education committee and co-editing its cookbook, and regularly attending a variety of Jewish learning classes at her synagogue and others.
Schrag said she and Goldman often went to the classes together and discussed paths and challenges of spirituality within Judaism, including maintaining one’s faith in the face of hardship or tragedy.
“She had a beautiful spirit,” Schrag said.
At the funeral last Thursday in the Young Israel, which was packed to overflowing with hundreds of people, her children said their mother had three pillars in her life: family, faith and community.
They referred to her as “supermom” and related stories of her deep devotion, always having time for them despite the pressures of her medical practice and teaching at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. A number of her professional colleagues and students were in attendance, some wearing their hospital scrubs.
Daughter Alyssa, addressing her mother in a eulogy, said, “You were able to be in three places at once, bake the world’s best mandel bread, achieve the record for the most emails before 6:30 a.m., and defy aging by having the beauty of a 20-year-old.
“You taught us to love and support each other always, and that the strength we have as a family could get us through anything.”
“She felt a personal mission to rescue Jewish things, no joke,” son Adam said in his remarks, referring to his mother’s interest in finding Judaica items at sales. He mused that his mother even “saved my grandmother’s last batch of meatballs for 15 years — something like that — in the freezer. They were only thrown out because of a power outage.”
Youngest child Jenna, a student at NYU, noted that she came home early from a month-abroad program in Australia last week to be able to make a shiva call to the family of Daniella Moffson, her friend who was killed in a bus accident in Honduras. “Just come home safe,” Jenna said her mother told her on the phone.
Ironically, Jenna’s early return to the U.S. made it possible for her to be at her mother’s funeral, given the 24-hour traveling time from Australia to New York and the traditional religious custom of prompt burial.
“She found strength in Hashem even in the hardest of times,” Jenna said in her eulogy. “For you, Mom, I will continue believing, even in the face of tragedy.”

An Open Letter to Rabbi Shlomo Kanarek of Lakewood

Ari Levin 26 year old passes on in Monsey .... Sister begs "drinkers" to be more careful

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Ari Levin z”l of Flatbush, Brooklyn. He was 26 years old.

Ari was a son of Rabbi and Mrs. Shaya Levin.

Ari was niftar Friday night in Monsey, NY. Hatzolah responded, but was unable to revive him.
Ari was a beloved friend to so many people. His passing has plunged them into mourning.
The levayah will take place at noon at Shomrei Hadas Chapels, located at 3803 14th Avenue in Boro Park, Brooklyn.
Ari is survived by his devoted parents, Rabbi and Mrs. Shaya Levin, and his seven brothers and three sisters.
The family will be sitting shivah at the Levin home, located at 1410 Avenue R in Brooklyn, NY.

The following is from Yudel Shain's Blog:

AviG: C/P
I want to beg something of all of you. I know a lot of you enjoy drinking, it's a fun activity, you do it to be social. But- it's something you need to be responsible about, not just for yourself, but for whoever's doing it with you. I want to tell you about a boy I know. He went to his friends for shabbos, and Friday night they headed over to the house of a gevir who's known to have an open bar, fully stocked, as much as you want. 
This boy drank- nothing crazy, not too much. He went downstairs pretty early to go to sleep. His friends saw him later that night, flat on his back, snoring away. They left him alone, and a little while on, woke up again to see that something was seriously wrong. I don't  know exactly what- was he gagging? Choking? Throwing up? I don't know. 

They called Hatzalah, but by the time they came it was too late- this 26-year-old guy, single, his whole life ahead of him, was dead. Because he choked to death on his back. Tonight, his family is sobbing their eyes out. They're brokenhearted. His 7 brothers, his 3 sisters, they can't believe it's true and they're just beginning to grasp the fact that they'll never be a whole family again. And his mother- she's practically collapsing. She can't understand how this is happening. Why his friends let this happen. How they left him alone when one little thing would have saved him.
How do I know this story? Because it's my brother. Ari Levin. I'm the one watching my brothers fall apart as they try to grasp that they're never going to hug Ari again. They're crying about how they regret they didn't get to say goodbye, they're wishing they could tell him how much they love him, they're sobbing it to each other and holding on to each other desperately.
I know my dear brother Ari died for a reason, even if I don't know what that reason was. I know it was Hashem's plan and that if it happened, this is what He meant to happen. But- I also know that right now, his friends are feeling overwhelming guilt. They're feeling that if they had just watched over him a little better, turned him on his side, he wouldn't have died this way. They wouldn't have to face my parents at the levaya tomorrow, knowing that they could have done something about his death. And my parents are wishing they'd known about Ari's plans for the night, they would have begged him not to go. Go know that you could drink the same amount you always do but this time it's going to go wrong.

So I'm begging you guys, as a brokenhearted sister, as a future wife and mother- if you're going to drink, please be more responsible. Know your limits, but know your friends' as well. Watch over them and try to make sure they're as safe as possible. Know what's safe and what's not. Please. The life you save could be your own.

Friday, January 29, 2016

Rabbi Yisroel Belsky Passes on

HaRav Chaim Yisroel Belsky ZATZAL, one of the Roshei Yeshiva of Yeshiva Torah Vodaas in Flatbush, and a leading Posek in the United States, has passed away moments ago.Rav Belsky is renowned as of the most brilliant Torah minds of our generation, with a grasp of virtually kol haTorah kulah and instant recall and knowledge all across the spectrum.

Rabbi Belsky was diagnosed with a illness just a few months ago, and his condition began to deteriorate.
Jews around the globe as well as in his beloved Yeshiva had been Davening for his Refuah for the past few week as his condition deteriorated.

He was Niftar around 7:30PM on Thursday night.
Levaya details will be published when they are available.
Rabbi Belsky was the son of Rabbi Berel and Chana Tzirel Belsky. His maternal grandfather is Binyomin Wilhelm, a founder of Yeshiva Torah Vodaas.
Rabbi Belsky received his semicha from Yeshiva Torah Vodaas in 1962, and from Hagaon HaRav Moshe Feinstein in 1965. He also studied in Beth Medrash Elyon for a number of years.
His first kashrus position was with the Kof-K. He then served as the Senior Halachic Consultant for the Orthodox Union [OU] since 1987.
He was also the Rov of Camp Agudah since 1967.
One of his daighters is married to Philanthropist R’ Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz.
In February 2012, rabbi Belsky was rushed to the hospital by Hatzolah, after first suffering from a ruptured esophagus, and a collapsed lung. He also went into cardiac arrest while in the hospital, and underwent numerous procedures. At the time, the name Chaim was added. He remained in the hospital for nearly three months and miraculously recovered, and was released home at the end of May 2012.

Missing Skverer Man is no longer Missing

R'  Dovid Ahronowitz z"l is no longer alive .....
No further information at this time ...
But there is no foul play!

Thursday, January 28, 2016

Obama requires Judea-Samaria goods to be labeled

Us is now basically boycotting Israel .....
Where are the Askanim? Hmmmmm?
Where are the Rabbonim? 

A mail from the Cargo Systems Messaging Service of the US Customs and Border Protection dated to this Saturday, and revealed by Channel 1's "Mabat" show on Thursday, shows the US is now required products from Judea and Samaria to be labeled differently.

In new instructions on marking requirements sent out to American importers, goods from Judea and Samaria are not to be marked "Israel." Those who do not comply are to be sanctioned.

"West Bank Country of Origin Marking Requirements," reads the title of the mail, which begins by clarifying that "the purpose of this message is to provide guidance to the trade community regarding the country of origin marking requirements for goods that are manufactured in the West Bank."
"Goods produced in the West Bank or Gaza Strip shall be marked as originating from 'West Bank,' 'Gaza,' 'Gaza Strip,' 'West Bank/Gaza,' 'West Bank/Gaza Strip,' 'West Bank and Gaza,' or 'West Bank and Gaza Strip.'"
"It is not acceptable to mark the aforementioned goods with the words 'Israel,' 'Made in Israel,' 'Occupied Territories-Israel,' or any variation thereof," warned the mail. It threatened that such goods that are marked as products of Israel "will be subject to an enforcement action carried out by U.S. Customs and Border Protection."

The instructions were published on Saturday, apparently due to complaints by Palestinian Arabs and leftist organizations in the US, who claimed there is no enforcement of the 1995 American law on marking goods from the region.

The US State Department confirmed the details of the mail, and explained that the labeling does not distinguish between Jewish and Arab goods from the region, instead simply defining the entire area as not part of "Israel."

The Obama administration gave support to the EU decision last November to label Jewish products from Judea, Samaria and the Golan Heights. In December the EU double-standard in the move was put on display as a top European court struck down a trade deal with Morocco in the occupied Western Sahara, and the EU responded by petitioning the ruling.

Legal experts revealed the ruling undermines the EU's claims that its labeling of Israel and taking other punitive actions are due to a principle of "non-recognition," since the court decision shows that it can and does do business with "occupiers."

Last Tuesday US State Department spokesperson John Kirby indicated the Obama administration also supports the EU's controversial resolution from the day before, according to which EU agreements with Israel no longer apply over the 1949 Armistice lines.

Regarding the legal status of Israel's presence in Judea and Samaria, and consequentially of products from the region and agreements in it, the 2012 Levy Report proved that Israel's presence is legal according to international law.

However, despite being commissioned by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, two consecutive coalition governments led by him have yet to adopt the findings of the report.

Rechnitz "bows out of Lakewood Parsha" under extreme pressure and walks back his remarks!

So there you have it, as we all predicted, the kids will now be screwed over again ... and it's all back to regular business....

Kids in Lakewood were represented by a powerful "askin" for about two days, and now see how the mighty have fallen!

Woe to our kids! Woe to Lakewood, Woe to Torah and Woe to the frum communities!

R' Rechnitz meant good, but the Lakewood Askanim, guys like Moshe Dovid Perlstein, "The Maramorsher" would have none of this .... 

So they told Rechnitz "take your filthy money and shove it up, you are not going to delegate how we run our communities" 
"You, Rechnitz, you are not the only one that has money .... we have other suckers that will feed our coffers and will shut the hell up!"

And so they forced Rechnitz to capitulate and fold like a cardboard box ....They made him write an apology that you can read below.

Moshe Dovid Perlstein, "The Chuchim fun Dee Ma'Nishtana" and "nisht kein groiser chuchem and nisht kein kleiner naar" called Rechnitz a Liar and then mussered him by saying 

" he had no problem attacking the entire mindset of the community in front of the Bais Medrash Govoha Roshei Yeshiva and many Rabbanim of the city, thus publicly shaming them, which was even more disturbing."

Hey Perlstein.... where were the Roshei Yeshiva and the "many Rabbanim of the city" when our daughter cried  herself  to sleep??????

"Publicly shaming them?"  What about shaming our Tinokas Shel Bais Raban?
Is the blood of the Roshei Yeshiva any redder than the blood of our children?

Notice how Perlstein,the Hungarian turned Litvak, says that Rechnitz "attacked the mindset of the community" 
Yes ... absolutely, he was for sure  attacking the "mindset of the community" .........which has been by in large "Middas Sdoim"!

It's dangerous guys like the "maramorsher" Perlstein that are destroying our Moisdois Hatorah and are directly the cause of children going off the derech! 

You know guys  ....So few people actually ever stand up for themselves.  

It's considered too risky.  It's safer to conform. 
It's safer to go by the rules. It's just safer to let everything fall out as it's supposed to and try to make your mark within those confines.  

But when you do stand up like Rechnitz did ... and you want people to join you in battle ....

you will find yourself all alone... just like the naive Rechnitz found out! 

Who will now speak for the children without Yeshivos? 

Who will now advocate for victim of bullies ....?
Who will tell the "Elite" parents that dictate to Yeshivos which holy neshomos to throw out, that they should take their rascals out of Yeshiva? 


No one..... because if  gangs like The Perslstein boys, took down a guy like Rechnitz ... in a matter of days, no one will ever be brave enough to face those miserable "Askonim"

There was a smidgen of light this Sunday when Rechnitz spoke the truth, but it was quickly extinguished by the likes of Hungarians that turned into Litvaks!

And that's why Hashem created blogs .... because this is the only way people can communicate anonymously, without repercussions and that's why our leaders are against blogs ....because they fear an uprising that will be soon in coming...

Hashem Yeracheim 

Dear Readers 
As there is a lot of confusion regarding my speech, I would like to clarify some of my points and my intentions. I apologize for any typos etc….but I am writing at a very inconvenient time from a very inconvenient place (Maimonides Hospital). I nevertheless feel it’s important to write now, to avoid anymore potential Lashon Harah. -

1. I apologize and ask Mechila for not for seeing the possibility of people using my comments out of context. The point of my speech was to deliver one message, and one message only, and that is to make sure that there is a place in school for all our children in Lakewood.  It was not meant in any way to “bash” Lakewood or its leaders. Anyone using my comments to support their own ulterior agendas are twisting my words. I am not Anti-Lakewood or Anti-Kollel, and if that happens to be your position, I would reccomend you take a tour of the city and its Mikomos Hakdoshim and I assure you, that you will be impressed. Anyone who is somewhat familiar with the substantial financial resources that I’ve invested and will continue to invest in Lakewood, would quickmy Family, and am proud and thankful that I can be a part of this extraordinary Makom Torah. Besides supporting the Mosdos, I think I’ve proven that I try to do everything in my power to help any Yungerman or their children in a time of need, and IY’H hope to continue to do so, in addition to the rest of Klal Yisroel. 

any of the Roshei Yeshiva or Rabbonim. To the contrary, I spoke of the Roshei Yeshiva’s attempts and involvement in helping children get into Mosdos, only to be turned down. I have heard directly from many Roshei Yeshiva, both from Lakewood and other cities, that they consistently have problems getting children into Lakewood schools. If any of the Roshei Yeshiva or Rabbonim were offended, I hereby ask them publicly for Mechila. If any Rov or Rosh Hayeshiva would like me to come to them personally, I’m prepared to do so. I have, and always had tremendous Kavod for the Lakewood Roshei Yeshiva. Im sure if asked, they will all tell you that I fulfill any and all requests they ask of me without asking any questions. As an Askan, I have never acted without the directive of the Gedolim. In all my Tzedakos, I believe that I’m known to never ever give with strings attached. I don’t discriminate against any person or Mosad even if they’ve done me wrong.
2. If I had to do it again, I would’ve spent the first hour telling people about the greatness of Lakewood. Lakewood has grown by leaps and bounds in population and Ruchniyus. Under the tutelage of the Rosh Hayeshiva, Hagaon Hatzadik, Reb Malkiel Kotler Shlit’a, Lakewood has been more successful than anyone’s wildest imaginations. It’s Talmidei Chachamim have sprouted all over the world, spreading Torah and Yiddishkeit. The city off route 9 that we call Lakewood is merely the “corporate office” for the world over. I mentioned that Lakewood is everything right, that there is nothing more beautiful than Lakewood, but they are deficient in just one area. Due to the fact that I wanted to get a point across in the time allotted to me, I clearly did not spend enough time describing my genuine Ahava for Lakewood.
3. Perhaps I wasn’t clear enough when I specifically said  that I don’t place the blame on the Roshei Mosdos, as they’re doing what we’d all do, to protect their Mosdos and not compromise the Chinuch they provide for following years. I also did not want to place blame on them, as every single one of them have bent over backwards to try and help alleviate the problem. I’ve been in communication with most of them, and they’re always trying to place “just one more child”.
4. Let me be clear. I put most of the blame on the Elitists. An Elitist is someone who calls a Mosad, and holds them hostage forcing their will and desires, while clearly harming other children. They are generally of the belief that they are superior or frummer than everyone else. They put themselves on a pedestal and insist on their way or the highway. Instead of viewing other kids as the Aibeshters children, they view every child as a potential threat to their child’s reputation. This happens every year at nearly every Mosad. I can understand a parent wanting a school where all the children come from homes without Internet, televisions or other negative influences, but if you don’t want your child in a class that has children who’s fathers work to provide Parnasah for their family, then you are an elitist! The working father can be ehrlich, Kovea Ittim, have all the right Hashkofos, but that’s not good enough for you, because you consider yourself on a much higher Madreigah.
5. The one point where I should’ve been clearer is that the vast majority of Lakewood are not elitists. They are humble B’nei Torah who’s Zechusim we rely on to exist. But as in every religion and every culture, the extremists and the most vocal carry the show. While the elitists are the Mi’uta D’miuta, they’ll cause 90% of the problem. In my opinion, it’s incumbent on all of us, as the silent majority to speak up and not tolerate these attitudes that are the impetus and perpetuation of the problem.
6. I should have taken out the time to thank all the Askanim who work day and night, trying to get children placed. They Aibeshter should bench them with Shefa and  Bracha. Unfortunately, they don’t have the power alone to fix the system.
7. As I have clearly gotten too emotionally involved, I don’t think I’m the person to deal with the schooling issue. I have therefore decided to remove myself from this Parsha. In terms of financial support, I will continue to support this beautiful Makom Torah, and hopefully with Hashem’s help, and your Tefillos, I’ll be able to increase my support.
As the Seforim Hakdoshim write: We’ll never know who is supporting who.
Ha’Aron Nosei Es Noisov. (Yalkut Shimoni)
B’Chavod Rav,

Lichtenstein Raised $400K at Hillary Fundraiser

Can you imagine? 

What possesses  a  "Ben Torah" not to care that  Hillary Clinton is a vicious anti-Semite ,  and goes out of his way to raise money for her? $400,000.00 no less?

The arrogant meshigenir that calls himself Lichtenstein said that he "thinks" people told him that the fundraiser was a "kiddush Hashem." 
How sick and demented is this guy?

Lichtencrap as  reported by Jewish Insider boasted and said  
“I can tell you that it was sold out and that it was jam-packed. We were turning people away…

To top off this story, Lichtencrap in  his twisted way of thinking, introduced the "witch" with a Dvar Torah from the parsha and  drew a parallel between the acts of Moshe Rabbeinu and Basya, the daughter of Pharaoh, to the values the Democratic presidential hopeful embodies. 

What?   I swear this guy is  nuts...... .....and needs to be put into a straight jacket by the guys in white, ASAP!

Hey Lichtencrap? So in your Dvar Toirele, who do you compare Hillary to? Moshe Rabbeinu or Basye?

"For Moshe Rabbeinu , he said, it was “standing up for the disadvantaged, the outcast, the deprived, the weak, putting his life at risk,” as he experiences two incidents of Jews being beaten up. "

Did Moshe Rabbeinu have a bank account? An account that Arabs who hate Israel, such as Dubai and Saudi Arabia, can funnel millions to sway her opinion?
And when did Hillary put her life at risk? 

He continues: 
"In the case of Basya, it was the courage and the compassion she demonstrated when she saved Moshe as a baby floating in a little "casket" on the Nile river. 
“What do we know about the leader? A leader of the world has compassion, empathy, a sense of right, a sense of fairness.”

A "casket" ???? Moshe Rabbeinu was put in a "casket"???
That's a big chiddush right there! ... What a lamden!

What courage did the "coughing old hag" ever have?
In Benghazi?
 What compassion did Hillary ever have for your brothers and sisters living in Israel?

Who still listens to his Motzei Shabbos Radio Program ?
You know who? 
The two faced Roshei Yeshivah thats who!
They then call him in the morning, and I can just imagine the conversation .....
Roshei Yeshivah: Nu, Reb Dovid .... so my rebbitzen listened to your program, ahem, ..... as you know I had to prepare a shiur so I don't have the time to listen to radio, ahem, but she listened and told me the great Chiddushim you came up with. I must say you are a real Talmud Chachim... 

Lichtencrap: ye? Ye... really think so? I came up with this chiddush while I was chewing my Wasabi Herring ....

Roshei Yeshivah: Absolutely ... I totally chap your take on that Rashbeh .... 

Lichtencrap: I didn't even talk about the Rashbah!

Roshei Yeshivah: You didn't?  oy ya yoi, my rebbitzen must have mixed it up with a saying from Yossi Mizrachi .... you know him...don't you? .... the Holocaust denier ....
 ...So when can we talk about the donation to my Holy Moised?  So can you give us a substantial down payment, $10,000.00 l'chol hapochois, Hmmmm?

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton raised some $400,000 during a recent fundraiser hosted by David Lichtenstein and co-hosted by NORPAC, a New Jersey-based pro-Israel political action committee.
According to the report by NJ Jewish News, contributions for Hillary topped the $150K and the $100K raised in recent NORPAC-sponsored events for Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio respectfully.
NORPAC president Ben Chouake told the NJ publication “it was a lot more liberal crowd.” Another source told Jewish Insider that Orthodox and non-Orthodox Jewish attendees were split 50-50.
The host, David Lichtenstein, gave an inside look at the event, as previously reported by Jewish Insider. “I can tell you that it was sold out and that it was jam-packed. We were turning people away… I think many people told me it was a ‘Kiddush Hashem’ (sanctification of G-d’s name).” His introduction of Hillary reflected on the weekly Torah portion. In his remarks, Lichtenstein drew a parallel between the acts of Moses and Batya, the daughter of Pharaoh, to the values the Democratic presidential hopeful embodies. For Moses, he said, it was “standing up for the disadvantaged, the outcast, the deprived, the weak, putting his life at risk,” as he experiences two incidents of Jews being beaten up. In the case of Batya, it was the courage and the compassion she demonstrated when she saved Moses as a baby floating in a little casket on the Nile river. “What do we know about the leader? A leader of the world has compassion, empathy, a sense of right, a sense of fearness.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Fox TV Invites Hitler-Citing, Muslim Advocate to Join Next GOP TV-Debate

Muslim "Bitch" Nabela Noor

Want to know the real reason Trump backed out of the debate? 

Because Trump found out that Fox News was setting Trump up with a Muslim advocate.....

She was going to ask Trump a "gotcha" question .... 

Fox News is turning to the left, ....... yesterday Megyn Kelly slobbered over the leftist fat bastard Michael Moore!

And ..... Who is more important at a republican debate , a reporter or a Presidential candidate ??

Michael Moore shakes his paw with Megyn 

Fox News and Google has invited a U-Tube  personality to ask questions at the Jan. 28 GOP debate — 

 A Muslim advocate who describes Donald Trump as a bigot and who visually portrayed him as being in agreement with national socialist Adolf Hitler.

“We have a presidential candidate whose loudest message reeks of hatred and Islamophobia… turning on the news now is scary, and oftentimes, humiliating,” the Muslim woman, Nabela Noor, says in a December YouTube video.
She admits to becoming a Muslim political activist amid the growing criticism of Islam’s doctrines. “The current social environment for Muslims today is not safe or just… as a Muslim American, I felt like I needed to use my voice,” she claimed. 
Noor also urged her YouTube viewers to rally against critics of Islam. “I’m so thankful for those who speak up and out against anti-Islamic speech and ideologies. Our community needs more allies like you, but we have a long way to go,” she said.
Fox announced Tuesday afternoon that the anti-Trump Muslim advocate would be allowed to play a role in the debate.
Google is teaming up with the Fox News Channel for the final  Republican debate in Iowa on Thursday, January 28, 2016, and integrating three new components into the debate to help people get informed before they head to the polls, including a way to hear directly from candidates on Google; real-time Google Trends data; and questions from three of YouTube’s most prominent voices—Nabela NoorMark Watson, and Dulce Candy — who will join the moderators in the debate to ask the candidates a question on an issue that matters to them and their communities.  
The Republican National Committee also approved the choice of Noor, an LA.-based press aide for YouTube, Jackie Cavanagh, at MPRM Communications, told Breitbart. “I believe” she was chosen by YouTube, with help from the RNC and Fox, she said.
“YouTube creators were selected in collaboration with Fox based on things such as audience size and their ability to bring a new, fresh perspective to the most important issues of our time. Fox informed the party/candidates of the format,” said a p.r. person. 
Noor is described in the company anouncement as well: 
Born in New York, Nabela is a 24 year old Muslim American whose parents immigrated from Bangladesh. As an up-and-coming beauty creator with over 140,000 subscribers, Nabela hasn’t shied away from social issues. In a recent video, she spoke about being called a “terrorist” in elementary school after 9/11 and emphasized the importance of tolerance above all.
The perspective of the Muslim woman, Noor, has been shaped by her Bangladeshi immigrant parents, who were paired off by their parents in an arranged marriage as teenagers, aged 17 and 14.
These Bangladeshi Muslim parents migrated to the United States — while hiding am anchor-baby pregnancy — and later kept Noor in the house for many years to prevent her from integrating with American society. “Growing up, we weren’t allowed out much, our parents wanted to preserve our culture at all costs,” she said. They even refused to let her date a man, even after she had gone to college, Noor said in a biographical video. The parents also arranged a marriage for Noor’s older sister. Her mother still wears a head-covering to mark her as a loyal Muslim. 
Aspects of Islamic culture remain part of Noor’s personality, under the outward appearance of an American fashionista.
For example, Noor argues that Muslims are individually and collectively insulted when many Americans offer sincere and well-argued criticism of Islam’s violent doctrines — for example, jihad, bans against free speech, the death penalty for quitting Islam, sexual subordination of women, opposition to democracy and the separation of mosque and state, etc., etc. So Noor claimed:
To be hateful and Islamophobic has become so common that it is proudly displayed all around us, online, on the news, and in politics. it is dehumanizing and it hurts. It is hard not to see a bumper sticker of a bigoted presidential candidate and not feel personally attacked when his entire campaign rests on the backs of Muslim-Americans. 
That bigoted claim of individual and collective injury from free speech echoes the demand from orthodox Islam that critics of Islam be silenced – by force if needed – and that the status or honor of each Muslim is damaged if they fail to fight against any criticism of Islam by non-Muslims.
In contrast, Western Christians and non-Christians try to treat criticism of ideas as a disagreement to be solved by facts, logic, free-speech, and compromise. That ideal of free-speech is often — but certainly not always — used to address political disagreements, such as Christianity’s claim that unborn humans deserve the right to life, or the merits of any particular presidential candidate.  That Western style of debate and compromise is fundamentally different from Noor’s Islamic-style, only-one-winner fight over honor, pride, and supremacy.
That only-one-winner, zero-sum attitude often pushes Muslims to escalate debates into shouting matches and threats. Noor, for example, showed an image linking Trump and Hitler, which suggests that Trump’s criticism of Islam’s jihad ideology is so morally reprehensible that it is equivalent to actually murdering six million Jews, plus at least 10 million Slavic Russians, plus millions of other victims of Hitler’s socialism-for-Aryans Nazi ideology.
In fact, much to the embarrassment of Muslim advocates in the United States, that aggressive aspect of Islam was admired by Jew-hating, left-wing Hitler, who naturally also hated Christianity’s peacefulness, reason and emphasis on individuals’ conscience.
Noor also described criticism of Islam as “Islamophobia,” as if only the existence of a nationwide mental-disease could explain why Americans criticize jihad or child-marriagesor the murder of captured Christians or the murders of homosexuals or the murder of a seventh-century poet.
That term, “Islamophobia,” was developed by Islamic advocates to help their allies stigmatize critics of Islam. Generally, Western advocates do not describe their critics as mentally diseased, but as illogical, selfish, or misinformed.
In her video, Noor also tried to argue that Trump’s implied criticism of the violence associated with Islam — likely, including the 9/11 atrocity, the San Bernardino murders, and many other recent jihad attacks — is somehow causing more attacks by Americans against Muslims in America. She did not supply evidence, but did show a newspaper clipping that was actually about a Muslim in Detroit who stabbed two non-Muslims after asking them if they were Muslims. 
“Nick Loussia, Deputy Chief of Police for the Southfield Police Department, said [the stabber] ‘is Muslim, and asked the victims what religion they were’ before allegedly attacking them,” said a report at
But Noor portrayed the Muslim-against-not-Muslim jihad attack as actually caused by Americans’ fear of Muslim attacks
“The fear-mongering tactics are a direct cause of hate-violence against Muslims and that makes being a Muslim in America today very, very scary,” she claimed. Noor did not mention any of the manymanymany attacks by Muslims against non-Muslims in America.
She did, however, try to argue that the many Islam-inspired attacks are not Islamic. ‘There are people out there that manipulate our texts to serve their own sick twisted agenda,” she said, without trying to explain how ISIS violates Islamic texts, or trying to disavow the many commandments for jihad in the Koran.