Thursday, February 29, 2024

Palestinian Authority Police Officer Affiliated with Fatah Murdered Yitzchok Zeiger 57 from ZAKA

Cleared for publication that Yitzhak Zeiger, 57, is one of the two Israelis who were murdered in a terrorist shooting attack at a gas station at the entrance to Eli this afternoon (Thursday).

Zeiger volunteered with the police, with the ZAKA organization, and the Magen David Adom organization, and as a medic in the community of Psagot where he lived. He leaves behind his wife, three children and two grandchildren.

The terrorist came upon Zeigler while he was filling up his car at the gas station. Zeigler was able to draw his personal firearm and return fire, but was ultimately struck down by the attacker.

Samaria Regional Council chairman Yossi Dagan, a friend of the family, knocked on the door of the family home and delivered the bitter news to his wife Shlomit.

Dagan said, "My heart is full of endless sorrow. Yitzchak was a very dear friend, he loved people with all his soul. There is almost no organization in Israel that he did not volunteer for. He always did kindness in the community, would always stop the car, invite people, host them. He loved the country Israel, with all his heart, and was proud to livein Samaria. He loved his wife Shlomit with all his heart, he was the best neighbor he could be, and the most charming friend he could be."

ZAKA paid tribute to Zeiger and called him "a man of true kindness with all his heart and soul, one of the veterans of ZAKA volunteers in the Judea and Samaria district who dedicated his life for the honor of the dead and dedicated days and nights to ensure every Jew had a proper burial in Israel."

The shooter was neutralized by Aviad Gizbar, the owner of the Hummus Eliyahu restaurant at the Eli gas station.

"I was on a refreshing break from battle in Khan Yunis and came here to my place at Humus Eliyahu," said Gizbar adding that "the same terrorists who are in Gaza are the same terrorists who are here. Everywhere they want to destroy us."

Gizbar emphasized, "We must stand up straight, stop being pushed around. It’s time to understand that we are here, and we are here to stay. Stop with the slacking attitude. We must stand up straight, continue the construction. Let's raise our heads high."

He recounted the moments of the attack, "I heard gunshots, I was inside the hummus restaurant. I immediately understood that it was an attack. I shot one bullet so that the terrorist would realize that I was here. I signaled to him, I saw that he saw me and started charging in my direction."

He added, "I took position and shot him. We took him down. I continued scanning the area and saw that there were no other risks. That's how the incident ended."

The shooter was identified as Muhammad Manasra, a Palestinian Authority police officer affiliated with Fatah.

He served as a police officer, at a rank equivalent to major.

Manasara had two previous prison terms, and was last released from the Ofer prison in 2019, after serving a prison sentence for illegal carrying of arms.

Beit Shemesh "Bet" Hire a busload of Hooligans to Harass Children learning in Cheider in Ramat Dalet


DIN: It's time for residents of Beit Shemesh to hire buses and harass the Rebbis of the "Ahrelich" in Yerushlayim and Bet Shemesh Bet,  and see how they like being harassed.

Beit Shemesh residents confronted the extremists who came to harass their children, and chased them off, locking them in their bus for over 40 minutes! 

 Some time ago, a bus loaded with Chareidie  gangsters arrived from the neighborhood of Ramat Beit Shemesh Bet,  with the aim of harassing the chidren of the Hasidic Chedir of the Baal Shem.

The demonstrators had just reached their destination, and were immediately attacked by local residents (some of them parents whose children study in the aforementioned Chedir), and left the savages with little choice but to leave with their heads between their knees.

But the saga was not over... Some of the local residents approached the hired driver of the extremists  and demanded that he leave the place immediately.

The driver refused to leave and insisted on waiting and returning the group of protesters home, those residents sat down and blocked the bus' path for about 40 minutes until the police arrived, with the dozens of extremists locked inside.

נלחמים על הבית: תושבי בית שמש התעמתו עם קיצונים שבאו להטריד את ילדיהם ▪︎ הקיצונים עוכבו ע"י התושבים כ40 דק'

 לפני זמן מה הגיע אוטובוס הישר משכונת רמת בית שמש ב' כשעליו קבוצה המונה כמה עשרות סיקריקים, במטרה להפגין כנגד תלמידי החיידר החסידי 'הבעש"ט'.

המפגינים רק הגיעו ליעד, ומיד התנפלו עליהם תושבי המקום (חלקם הורים שילדיהם לומדים בחיידר הנ"ל), שלא השאירו להם הרבה ברירות כי אם לשוב על עיקבותיהם. 

אלא שהסאגה לא הסתיימה... חלק מתושבי המקום שלא היו מסונכרנים עם חבריהם שבאו לגרש את המפגינים, ניגשו לנהג שהוביל את הקיצונים ודרשו ממנו לעזוב את המקום מיידית.

לאחר שהלה סירב לעזוב והתעקש לחכות ולהשיב את קבוצת המפגינים הביתה, התיישבו אותם תושבים וחסמו את דרכו של האוטובוס במשך כ40 דקות עד לבוא המשטרה, כשעשרות הקיצונים מסתגרים בתוכו.

Bnei Brak store Set on Fire

 A storage room serving as a store in Bnei Brak went up in flames Thursday morning, Kikar Hashabbat reported.

Two people were injured at the scene.

Firefighters arriving at the scene worked to extinguish the flames, so as to prevent the fire form spreading to neighboring structures.

United Hatzalah reported, "United Hatzalah medical teams were called to Maharshal Street in Bnei Brak following reports of a fire in a store. The teams provided medical aid to two people, ages 30 and 70, who were injured by smoke inhalation. They are in good condition. Firefighting teams are operating at the scene."

The Fire and Rescue Services said that two firefighting teams rushed to the scene.

"Initial reports said that the fire was large and apparently sourced in a storeroom. Two aid teams were sent from the district's stations. As of this moment, no one was injured in the event."

Kikar Hashabbat noted that though Maharshal Street is a side street, it opens onto Bnei Brak's main thoroughfare, Rabbi Akiva Street, and the fire caused traffic congestion in the area.

Baal Teshuva's First Time in a Shul!


Flatbush Girl Finds the Ugly "Volvy Berkowitz the Get Refuser" in Monsey Satmar and the Yoilies Call the Mishtara!



Volvy's Machsheifah Mother Talks to Malky! Listen to this shrieking banshee!

Shark Tank Guy Doesn't Understand Why Trump was Convicted For His Real Estate Deals


Guy who thinks "he" is a girl wants everyone to accept him as a "girl?" Well this lady won't have any of that crap!


The Dog who plays an Instrument


Left Redefining ‘jihad’ in an Insidious Attempt To Twist Reality

 If you had “jihadism gets a PR makeover” on your 2024 bingo card, feel free to mark it off.

Teachers who attended an “anti-Muslim bias” webinar offered by the New York City Department of Education on Feb. 20 were told the meaning of jihad was “struggle” and that it could apply to a person’s effort at self-improvement, showing a video that suggested that a “jihad” could mean always giving your “best effort,” building “friendships across the aisle” or working “to get fit.”

The video also tried to whitewash “sharia” as “personal religious or moral guidance.”

Of course, no one but ultra-lefties view “jihad” this way: Merriam-Webster’s first definition of the word is “a holy war waged on behalf of Islam as a religious duty.” The Palestinian Islamic Jihad terrorists aren’t interested in, say, shedding pounds from their own bodies but blood from nonbelievers.

When former Hamas leader Khaled Mashal called for a “global day of jihad,” on Oct. 23 following the Hamas attack on Israel, he wasn’t suggesting that Muslims worldwide slow down on the carbs and fats or look to make more friends.

“When the world, America, the West, and the Zionists see . . . that convoys of mujahideen are on their way to shed their pure blood on the land of Palestine, the battlefield will change, the balance of power will change,” he made clear.

In 1998, when Osama bin Laden signed a letter calling for “jihad” against “Jews and crusaders,” his meaning was clearly stated: “The ruling to kill the Americans and their allies — civilians and military — is an individual duty for every Muslim who can do it in any country in which it is possible to do it.”

Yes, the literal translations may be “struggle.” But the left’s attempt to hide its everyday meaning an Orwellian attempt to twist reality and suit its narrative: Hamas is a group of “freedom fighters”; Jews are “white colonizers”; terrorism is “resistance.”

With educators being taught this bunk in city-run events, it’s only a matter of time before it makes it into classrooms.

This insidious spreading of propaganda has to end now 

Richard Lewis from ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm’ Dead at 76

Richard Lewis’ famous friends are paying tribute to him after the comedian and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star died Tuesday of a heart attack. He was 76.

“His wife, Joyce Lapinsky, thanks everyone for all the love, friendship and support and asks for privacy at this time,” Lewis’ publicist, Jeff Abraham, told The Post in a statement Wednesday upon announcing the news.

Lewis’ longtime co-star and “Curb” creator, Larry David, 76, reacted to the loss in a statement to People.

“Richard and I were born three days apart in the same hospital and for most of my life he’s been like a brother to me. He had that rare combination of being the funniest person and also the sweetest. But today he made me sob and for that, I’ll never forgive him,” David joked.

The Post has contacted a rep for David for comment.

Cheryl Hines, who portrays David’s on-screen wife in the series, also gushed to the outlet about Lewis.

“When I was young I had the biggest crush on Richard Lewis. He was the funniest person on stage and the most handsome comedian. Then when I was cast on ‘Curb Your Enthusiasm,’ I got to work with him and it was a dream come true,” said Hines.

She continued, “Through the years I learned who Richard really was and the gifts he gave. Yes, he was the comedian I fell in love with, but he was also one of the most loving people I know. He would take time to tell the people he loved what they meant to him – especially in recent years. In between takes on ‘Curb,’ he would tell me how special I was to him and how much he loved me. I love you Richard.”

The "Shvigger" From Hell!

 A couple’s dream of the perfect wedding is in tatters after the groom’s family reportedly tried to sabotage their big day.

The relationship between Alexandra and her boyfriend was just like a fairy tale. 

The man was born into a wealthy family in Ciudad Obregón, Sonora, Mexico, and his family had dreamed of him marrying a rich girl.

But Alexandra wasn’t from a rich family, leading the future in-laws to suspect she was only with the man for his money. 

Then they started doing anything they could to put a stop to the relationship. 

The second the relationship was established, the groom’s family rejected the prospect of welcoming Alexandra. 

According to a Reddit post, Alexandra was nothing short of a sweetheart. “I have heard is that she is a lovely person and wouldn’t hurt anyone,” the post read.  

But due to her lack of family money, the in-laws launched a harassment campaign against her, threatening her and trying to bribe her with a blank check to leave her boyfriend.

Determined to prove herself as anything but a “gold digger,” she ignored the constant complaints from her partner’s side of the family. 

But things took a wild turn when they announced their engagement. 

Upon hearing the news of her son’s engagement, Alexandra’s mother-in-law-to-be, Maupe, faked a heart attack, a now-viral X (formerly Twitter) thread explained.

According to the post, Maupe blamed the couple for her ill health and demanded her son “cover all of her medical costs.” 

If you thought that was bad, just wait. 

Widow of Oct 7 Hero warns Knesset panel against Shalit-type deal

 Mrs. Shlomit Kalmanson, widow of Elchanan Kalmanson HY’D, who died rescuing victims from Kibbutz Be’eri on Oct. 7, addressed the Knesset House Committee on Monday as a member of the Heroism Forum, an apolitical group of bereaved families formed in December.

“I came here today as part of the Heroism Forum to call on you to continue fighting. The fighting must continue until Hamas is vanquished. This is how we will safely bring the kidnapped home; out of power, out of strength,” she said.

A new hostage agreement is in the works. Mossad chief David Barnea returned from Paris on Saturday, and for the first time in weeks, reported progress and optimism regarding a possible agreement.

However, Mrs. Kalmanson expressed concern about repeating the mistakes of past deals. “I am also sitting here on behalf of the murdered people from the Shalit deal,” she said.

Gilad Shalit, an IDF soldier, was captured by Hamas terrorists in 2006 and held for five years before being released in a prisoner exchange in 2011, in which Israel freed 1,027 terrorists for his release.

Nazi Germany? In UC Berkeley Police forced to evacuate Jews for their Safety as Pro-Hamas Storm the event

 Leaders of the University of California, Berkeley, have denounced a protest against an event organized by Jewish students that forced police to evacuate attendees and a speaker from Israel for their safety after demonstrators broke through doors.

The incident Monday night “violated not only our rules, but also some of our most fundamental values,” Chancellor Carol Christ and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Benjamin Hermalin said in a statement to the university community.

Minutes before the event was to start, a crowd of about 200 protesters began to surround the building, Zellerbach Playhouse, Christ and Hermalin said in their statement.

“Doors were broken open and the protesters gained unauthorized entry to the building,” they said. “The event was canceled, and the building was evacuated to protect the speaker and members of the audience.”

University campuses have been a hotbed of protest activity surrounding the Israel-Hamas war, which began following Hamas’ deadly Oct. 7 attack on Israel. Israel’s responding assault on Gaza has killed 29,000 Palestinians, according to the Gaza Health Ministry.

Berkeley’s student newspaper, The Daily Californian, reported that the event was a lecture by Ran Bar-Yoshafat, an Israeli attorney and former member of the Israeli Defense Force.

The newspaper reported that protesters changed “Long live the intifada,” “Hey hey, ho ho, the occupation has got to go” and “Killers on campus.”

The campus group Bears for Palestine had posted on social media about the event, urging students to “shut it down.” Bears is a reference to Golden Bears, the name of the university’s sports teams. There was no immediate reply to an email seeking comment from the group on the criticism of the protest.

The event had been moved to Zellerbach because it was believed to be more secure than the original location and a team of university police had been sent there. But it wasn’t possible to ensure student safety and that the event could go forward “given the size of the crowd and the threat of violence,” the statement said.

UC Berkeley spokesperson Dan Mogulof told the San Francisco Chronicle that he could not substantiate reports of injuries, but he urged that any be reported to the university.

Christ and Hermalin said they respect the right to protest “as intrinsic to the values of democracy and an institution of higher education” but cannot ignore protests that interfere with the rights of others to hear and express their own perspectives.

Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Biden wins Michigan primary despite anti-Israel Tlaib'crap


President Biden easily won Michigan’s Democratic primary Tuesday night.

With almost three-fifths of the expected vote in, Biden had 81.2% support, while rivals Marianne Williamson and Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) garnered 3.0% and 2.8%, respectively.

“Uncommitted” received 13.0% of the vote, far below the benchmark set in the 2008 Michigan Democratic primary, when close to 40% of the electorate opted not to back any candidate.

A fuller picture of the “uncommitted” vote would not be clear until final results came in from Wayne County — home to the largest Arab-American community in the country, based in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn.

The movement to steer clear of supporting Biden, 81, was driven by anti-Israel group “Listen to Michigan,” which aimed to show Biden he can not win a second term unless he demands the Jewish state enter a cease-fire in its war against Hamas following the Oct. 7 terror attack that killed an estimated 1,200.

Listen to Michigan set the modest goal of getting 10,000 voters to mark themselves “uncommitted” — a reference to the margin by which former President Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the state in 2016.