Sunday, March 31, 2024

‘Zionist pigs!’ and ‘End Israel!’ at Berkeley City Council Meeting


 A Berkeley City Council meeting last Tuesday spiraled into disorder as a group of pro-Hamas protesters targeted council members and supporters of Israel, hurling derogatory slurs such as “Zionist pigs,” “Genocide enablers,” “Murderers,” and “money suckers,” and calls to “End Israel.”

The meeting included a vote on marking Holocaust Remembrance Day in Berkeley.

The Jewish Community Relations Council shared excerpts from Tuesday’s meeting on social media, one of which quickly went viral, capturing the instance when the proceedings had to be halted when Susanne DeWitt, an 89-years-old Holocaust survivor, was being drowned out by the shouting antisemites.

They repeated the cry of “Lies!” when DeWitt urged the City Council to adopt the Holocaust Remembrance Day proclamation because of what she described as a “horrendous surge in antisemitism.” This was a second opportunity for DeWitt to be attacked by Nazis after she had been hurled at age four into the Dachau concentration camp outside Munich.

The shouting increased when the elderly survivor told the council about the 1,200 Israelis who were tortured, raped and killed by Hamas.

A bereaved father responds to the violent Tel Aviv protesters


Message from Chaggai Luber whose son Jonathan was killed in Gaza to the parents of the hostages who called for intensifying the struggle against the Government (the message can also be seen on Facebook here.) Chaggai is the founder of the religious theater company Aspaklaria.


Nobody will burn my country.

We are tired o f the threats of extremists.

Yes, even if these extremists have relatives in Gaza.

You will not burn the country.

That's out of the question.

And if I have to fight you, I will fight.

Millions of people look at you in disbelief, disapproval, shock,

And only out of respect to you, they are silent.

I will not be silent.

My son was killed in Gaza.

He went to protect and free your children, and was killed

Left everything, left behind a pregnant wife and a nine-month-old child, and was killed

He won't come back again. Not in any deal.

And so I am allowed to tell you:

You must not break up the country.

You must not go wild.

You are not allowed to block roads.

You must not confront the police.

You must not call for people to refuse to serve.

You are not allowed to shake police cars.

You must not try to break into the Prime Minister's house.

The fact that your children are captives in Gaza,

It hurts, it's unfortunate, it tears us all to pieces inside,

This will make me send again the three sons I have left, to fight, and to risk their lives for them.

But this does not give you any special rights:

You have no right to 'take your gloves off'.

You have no right to curse the elected officials.

You have no right to scream “shame”.

You have no right to violate public order.

You have no right to block Ben Gurion Airport.

You have no right to declare a strike in the economy.

You have no such right.

Restrain yourselves - Do you hear?




In this passionate monologue, Savage expresses concern over the actions of politicians Schumer, Sanders, and Nadler, who have taken a stance against Israel in supporting Hamas, a group similar to Nazis.

 He criticizes their timing during sacred holidays for Christians and Jews and expresses doubt about their moral character. 

He also shares personal stories of his experiences with the supernatural, including encounters with a Fijian card reader, surviving a car accident, and a heart attack while praying in Hebrew. He emphasizes the spiritual aspect of medicine and the interconnectedness of different worlds and religions. 

Additionally, he criticizes the Biden Administration for its call for a ceasefire. He offers prayers for the souls of Schumer, Sanders, and Nadler and encourages true Christians and Jews to understand the concept of many worlds.

Clients of the Daughter of the Judge Presiding on Trump Case Made $93 million off the case!

Two major Democratic clients of the daughter of the judge overseeing Donald Trump’s hush-money trial have raised at least $93 million in campaign donations — and used the case in their solicitation emails — raising renewed concerns the jurist has a major conflict of interest.

Trump’s attorneys are now considering filing another motion demanding Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan recuse himself from the trial set to begin April 15, sources said.

The judge’s daughter, Loren Merchan, is president of Authentic Campaigns, a Chicago-based progressive political consulting firm whose top clients include California Rep. Adam Schiff, who was the lead prosecutor in Trump’s first impeachment trial, and the Senate Majority PAC, a major party fundraiser.

“Authentic Campaigns, and thus the judge’s daughter, is actively making money from this sham attack against President Trump, rendering Judge Merchan conflicted out,” Trump spokesman Steven Cheung told The Post, adding that evidence of bias is even clearer now than it was in August when Merchan rejected Trump’s first recusal motion.

“The judge should do the right thing and immediately recuse himself in order to show the American people that the Democrats have not destroyed our justice system completely . . . him continuing to be involved in this Crooked Joe Biden-directed Witch Hunt is a complete violation of applicable rules, regulations and ethics.”

Can conjoined Twins have kids?


 Abby and Brittany Hensel have always said they wanted to be mothers, but since the conjoined twins share reproductive organs, a new report has questioned whether it’s possible — and which of the women would legally be considered the mother should they become pregnant.

The 34-year-old twins said in a documentary made when they were teenagers they planned on becoming mothers later in life, according to the Telegraph.

“Yeah, we are going to be mums one day, but we don’t want to talk about how it’s going to work yet,” the newly married woman said at the time.

But how that would work, as the sister’s share reproductive organs, has come into question, the outlet said.

The twins were back in the spotlight this week after posting a video with snippets of Abby’s 2021 wedding to Josh Bowling, 33.

If Abby or Brittany go on to have biological children, they would be the first female dicephalic — or fused side-by-side — twins to do so.

The women each have a heart and lungs, but all other organs, including their reproductive system, is shared, the Telegraph reported.

Male conjoined twins Chang and Eng Bunker, who were born in 1811 in what is now Thailand, went on to have 21 children between the two of them –10 for Chang and 11 for Eng — breaking the record for most children born to unseparated twins, according to Guinness World Records.

The twins made a small fortune being paraded around America, before settling in North Carolina after gaining citizenship. They married sisters, Adelaide and Sarah Yates, and lived in separate homes, spending three days at a time in each home.

They would die in 1874, hours apart from each other, and were the oldest conjoined twins ever, according to Guinness.

One half of the formerly conjoined twins, Rosa and Josepha Blažek, of what is now considered the Czech Republic, had a child.

Rosa had a son in 1910, according to a study. The twins were later separated from each other.

Unlike the Bunker brothers, who shared a liver, the Hensel share vital organs — meaning it’s unclear if a pregnancy is possible or who would be the legal mother, the Telegraph claims.

The twins each have their own spine and control separate sides of the body, conjoining at the pelvis.

It’s unclear if the world will ever find out the answers: the women have asked for privacy.

“The whole world doesn’t need to know who we are seeing, what we are doing and when we are going to do it,” Brittany said.

For the third consecutive year, no Jews at all will be allowed to visit the Har Habyit during the last ten days of Ramadan.


Israel Police announced Saturday evening to the Temple Mount administration that Jewish entry to the Mount will not be allowed until further notice. This is a continuation of the policy of the last two years to ban Jews from the Mount towards the end of Ramadan.

Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi said: "It's not just Fridays, but for all of Ramadan, there have been several attempts at attacks in various places."

"The challenge is to succeed in keeping watch this whole month, and afterwards, because it does not end with Ramadan, but we are more pressed this month. We must really be very vigilant, very meticulous, with very good security."

"We are in a multi-front war - Lebanon, Syria, Judea and Samaria, and Gaza and even more distant things," continued the Chief of Staff, "Everyone, every soldier, IDF, Border Police, we work together, has responsibility for all arenas, because every event that happens in one arena really affects and can create incidents in other areas."

Not all of the Hostage Families Support the Protests


Amit Segal

Some of the hostages' families on Saturday blamed Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for the fact that there has not yet been a prisoner swap deal which would bring their loved ones home, and demanded that he resign his position.

Channel 12 News analyst Amit Segal pointed out that while the call had been made in the name of "the hostages' families," in Hebrew "mishpachot hachatufim," the letter "hey" at the start of "hachatufim," a prefix which translates to "the," should not be there.

He noted that without the "hey," the phrase would read, "mishpachot chatufim," or "families of hostages," instead of "the hostages' families."

This difference, he stressed, is important, because not all of the families of hostages believe that Netanyahu should resign, or support a prisoner swap deal at any price. Thus, those who are calling for Netanyahu's resignation should not speak as though they represent all of the hostages' families.

Some Families of Hostages Say They Will Join Hamas to Burn down the Country If Israel Doesn't Meet all of Hamas' Demands


DIN: If they keep talking nonsense like this, the silent majority will slowly turn against the families of the kidnapped! 

Families of the kidnapped: 

In order to bring back our loved ones," we have decided to enlist to Hamas". We demand that the Israeli government immediately accept all the organization's demands. If not, we will burn down the country.

Meanwhile Lebanese channels are celebrating the footage from Tel Aviv.

Whats it like to be an Israeli Mother!!!!


Crazy!!! UN "verifies" Israel Killed Journalist Meanwhile Austria Announces That he is In their Custody??


How About Just Reading it in Hebrew ?


Saturday, March 30, 2024

Governor Hochul Told Off at Memorial For Slain COP Not Everyone "chanfes" Like Satmar


After New York Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul was rebuffed at memorial services for slain NYPD Ofc. 

Jonathan Diller in Massapequa Park, former Rep. Lee Zeldin, R-N.Y. and others called out her appearance as disrespectful and self-serving. 

 Images captured outside the funeral home showed Hochul being confronted by mourners, after which time she left the venue. Fox News host Brian Kilmeade, who lives in Massapequa, also reported that Hochul was denied a request to speak at a Saturday funeral for Diller, and that sources told him New York State Attorney General Letitia James had requested to pay her respects to the fallen officer.

Granddaughters of Charedi MKs Enlist in the IDF

Two granddaughters of two members of the Knesset from the United Torah Judaism party are serving in the IDF.

According to Israel Hayom, they serve while not in uniform, live in mobile homes, work in separate buildings, eat specially supervised kosher food, and work on intelligence projects in a recognized military base in the center of the country.

The report claims that the women in question are mothers to several children and from deeply Charedi communities.

Those who pioneered the project made one of the conditions that the husbands of the women in service be yeshiva students. Their husbands reportedly attended the ceremony for their wives finishing training on a fixed base while in Charedi garb.


US Backs Off Sanctions on Settlers after Smotrich Announces His Surprising Response!

 Thursday Bezalel Smotrich beat the Biden administration at its own game.

On March 14, the US Treasury Dept. announced new sanctions against two Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria that the administration accused of being used as a base for attacks on innocent PA Arabs. The Treasury Dept. also sanctioned three Israeli settlers: Moshe Sharvit, Zvi Bar Yosef, and Neriya Ben Pazi.

They followed earlier sanctions against four other Jewish settlers, which Israeli banks promptly blocked from accessing their personal accounts.

Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich announced in response, “These decisions are a surrender of the Biden administration to the BDS campaign designed to blacken the entire State of Israel and lead to the elimination of the settlement enterprise and the establishment of a Palestinian terrorist state. The Israeli government is standing to the right of the settlements. These measures are completely unacceptable and we will fight to cancel them.”

In retaliation, Smotrich refused to renew his signature on a document that protects Israeli banks doing business with the Palestinian Authority from lawsuits, namely Discount and Ha’Po’alim.

Without government protection, those Israeli banks would have been forced to sever their ties with the PA banks, fearing that they become exposed to lawsuits on charges of transferring funds to entities that pay out salaries to terrorists.

And since the PA’s economy wholly depends on its relationship with Israel, this meant an immediate freeze of economic activity in the Palestinian Authority.

This week, according to Israel Hayom, the US Treasury Dept. sent an urgent letter to the finance minister, explaining that there is no reason for the banks in Israel to prevent Israeli citizens who appear on the sanctions list from making routine use of their bank accounts.

The treasury official explained that the sanctions do not include routine checking or business account operations, which are permissible and will not result in the administration punishing the Israeli banks that allow Jewish settlers to access their money.

The treasury’s letter essentially kills the entire Biden sanctions attack, because the only real harm to the Jewish victims of those sanctions was from not being able to access their bank accounts in Israel. All the other components of those sanctions, originally designed against Russian tycoons, have nothing to do with the settlers who don’t hold assets that can be frozen in America, and don’t fly there.

Back on March 14, Minister Smotrich stated that “these measures are completely unacceptable,” and vowed, “We will fight to cancel them.”

On the eve of Shabbat, Parshat Tzav, 5784, we declare that he did and they got canceled.

Friday, March 29, 2024

Zera Shimshon Parshas Tzav


Gaza terrorist describes raping Israeli woman on October 7th


The IDF has released new interrogation footage of an Islamic Jihad terrorist who confesses to r**ing an Israeli woman in a kibbutz in southern Israel during the October 7th massacre.

A Gaza terrorist affiliated with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement confessed to raping an Israeli woman during the invasion of October 7th, telling interrogators details about the sexual assault.

On Thursday, the IDF released a five-minute video clip recorded during the questioning of Manar Mahmoud Muhammad Kasem, a 28-year-old Islamic Jihad terrorist from the southern Gaza Strip city of Khan Yunis who was captured by Israeli forces.

During his interrogation, Kasem candidly describes his attacks on Israelis during October 7th, as well as the rape he perpetrated against an Israeli woman in her home.

“First thing in the morning I woke up and went to the command and control center. My friend, Mahmoud al-Khush, had told me to come,” Kasem said.

He crossed the Israel-Gaza border armed with a pistol and two grenades, while his companion carried an AK-47, Kasem said.

During an ensuing gun fight, Kasem ran towards a nearby kibbutz.

“We walked and I got off before the jeep and then we walked a bit, and the person who was with me was hit in the head,” Kasem recalled.

“Out of fear, I entered the kibbutz and went in the nearest house.”

Initially, Kasem said, he did not see anyone in the house.

“But then I entered a room and there was someone there, she was frightened.”

“She was afraid of me, but asked me to help her. I took her and threw her onto a couch.”

When asked to describe her, he said the woman had “hair that wasn’t extremely long – like normal – and she was thin.”

“She was wearing a blue skirt and white shirt.”

“The devil took control of me,” Kasem continued, describing the rape. “I laid her down and started to undress her. Then I did what I did. I slept with her.”

When pressed to fully elaborate, Kasem admitted: “I raped her.”

“She pushed me. It didn’t last long; I heard shouting outside. It was two minutes, maybe a minute and a half.”

Moments later, two more terrorists burst into the home, and another woman, possibly the rape victim’s mother, was heard screaming.

“After we heard the screams, she and I both started to get dressed, and then these two men entered. They had uniforms of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades.”

“They pulled in the girl’s mother and sat the two next to each other. The girl and the mother started comforting each other, from what I understood.”

“Then suddenly they took the girl and the woman…I stayed in the room and they left through the gate they had entered from.”

Afterwards, Kasem said he opened fire on several Israeli men, wounding one of them.

“I heard gunshots near me, in the houses behind me. I drew my pistol and I shot one [man], he fell on the floor. Another hid, and I threw a grenade and fled the kibbutz.”



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Crown Heights Rabbis call for prayers against secular studies


Crown Heights Rabbis have called for a day of prayer ahead of a court decision in a case against haredi educational institutions in the region that refused to teach secular studies required by the state.

The case is part of a longer legal battle that has already taken several years. As part of the process, the New York Department of Education has published instructions for haredi institutions to begin changing their curriculum.

The appeal was filed by young haredi men who have become agnostic and claimed that they were robbed of the ability to make a living due to the insufficient education they received at these institutions.

“We call for, beg, and request that anyone interested in the good of our community, and all parents of students in our holy institutions, take the time to pray fervently to god, “ to assemble and protect themselves” (Esther 8:11),’” the Rabbis wrote.

“We are in great distress,” they added, citing the Jewish prayer for days of fasting. “We must appeal for the future of our descendants, which hangs in the balance, by saying chapters of Psalms and increasing Torah study, prayer, and charity, that our righteousness be brought to light and that decrees against us and the education of our descendants be canceled.”

Sick!!! Photograph of Israeli woman's corpse paraded by terrorists wins prestigious photojournalism award

 The photograph that won first place in the prestigious POY photojournalism competition's Team Picture Story of the Year category is a photograph of Hamas terrorists in the back of a truck posing over the half-naked corpse of German-Israeli citizen Shani Louk.

20 photographs from the Associated Press (AP) depicting the war that began when Hamas massacred 1,200 people on October 7 received the award. The first of these photographs was taken by Associated Press (AP) photographer Ali Mahmud, who accompanied the terrorists who committed the massacre on October 7, stood by calmy, documented their atrocities unemotionally as they were committed, and captured the terrorists celebrating over Louk's corpse on his camera.

The picture was submitted with the caption: “Palestinian militants drive back to the Gaza Strip with the body of Shani Louk, a German-Israeli dual citizen, during their cross-border attack on Israel, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2023.” In Israel that "attack", during which over 1000 civilians of all ages were brutally raped, beheaded, burned to death and shot cold, is called a massacre. The "militants" are part of a "terrorist army."

The annual award is bestowed by the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri's School of Journalism. The prize committee stated, "The militant Hamas rulers of the Gaza Strip carried out an unprecedented, multi-front attack on Israel at daybreak Saturday, Oct. 7, 2023, firing thousands of rockets as dozens of Hamas fighters infiltrated the heavily fortified border in several locations by air, land, and sea and catching the country off-guard on a major holiday."

"Israel's retaliation after Gaza's militant Hamas rulers launched the unprecedented attack on Israel killing over 1,200 Israelis and taking captive dozens, has been fierce for Gaza and its people. Heavy Israeli airstrikes on the enclave have killed thousands of Palestinians."

The decision to give the award to a photographer who accompanied the terrorists as they committed the worst massacre against the Jewish people since the Holocaust was widely condemned.

Israeli Special Envoy for Combatting Antisemitism Michal Cotler-Wunsh wrote on X, "AP won the 'Picture of the Year' award of RJI for the photo of a Palestinian photographer who entered Israel on October 7 together with a mob of murderers and Hamas kidnappers, in order to photograph war crimes and crimes against humanity, including the shocking photo of Shani Louk on the Toyota.

"This is what the normalization of antisemitic hatred looks like. Never again is now," she added.

The Honest Reporting organization stated, "Congratulations to @AP for winning a Pictures of the Year award. How does it feel to do so on the back of Palestinian photojournalists who infiltrated Israel on Oct. 7 and took photos like the one below of Shani Louk's dead body in a Hamas pickup?"

Nissim Louk, Shani's father, told Ynet, "It's good that the photo won the prize, this is one of the most important photos in the last 50 years. These are some of the photos that shape human memory, the Jew raising his hands, the paratroopers at the Western Wall, photos that symbolize an era. This documentation of Shani, and of Noa Argamani on the motorcycle, they symbolize this era. I think it's a good thing to use it to inform the future. If I start crying, what will come of it? This is history. In 100 years they will look and know what happened here. I travel the world and everyone knows who Shani is."

He contrasted the beauty and light of his daughter with the darkness and extremism of her murderers, noting that he asked representatives at the UN whether they were on the side of light or the side of darkness epitomized by Shani's killers.

Israel Raises Terror Threat Level for Israelis Traveling for Pesach

 Israel’s government has warned its citizens to be cautious while traveling over Pesach, and is warning travelers to avoid certain destination spots altogether.

The National Security Council (NSC) released a risk-assessment message Thursday, saying that Israelis should avoid Turkey, Morocco, Jordan and Egypt — including the Sinai peninsula, a popular holiday destination over Pesach.

In a general warning for global travel, the NSC said the “potential for terrorist threats against Israelis and Jews more than five months after the start of the war is very high.”

One counter-terrorist official advised Israelis traveling abroad not to reveal their identities during their trips.

“You can speak Hebrew with each other, but you don’t have to laugh at the other family or your friends at the other end of the street,” he said in a press briefing.

He also advised Israelis traveling to Malmo, Sweden, not to reveal their Israeli identity. “This is an event that should be handled with discretion. The site of the competition will be under very heavy security, but the surrounding area could be problematic. Malmo is a city with many hostile areas. We are not saying not to travel there, but those who travel should not walk around with Israeli signs.”

According to the written threat assessment, there are increased attempts amid the Gaza war by jihadist organizations to inspire lone attackers to target Jews and Israelis abroad.

Israeli Supreme Court Orders Stop to Yeshivah Funding for Haredim Required to Enlist in Idf


 Israel’s Supreme Court on Thursday issued an interim order prohibiting the government from providing stipends to some haredi, or ultra-Orthodox, Jewish men who do not serve in the Israel Defense Forces.

Yeshivah students who did not obtain a military service deferral and who have failed to report for IDF service since July 1, 2023, will now be ineligible for the monthly financial stipends, according to the ruling.

The Supreme Court, sitting as the High Court of Justice, also decided that an extended panel of nine justices will hear petitions demanding a universal military draft starting in May.

Earlier on Thursday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote to the court asking for another extension—this time for 30 days—so he could reach a political agreement regulating the haredi IDF draft.

“The government’s intention to settle this complex issue, which has not been resolved for decades, is clear from the fact that the government committed in June of last year to resolve the issue within nine months,” wrote the premier in a letter to the court.

However, Hamas’s Oct. 7 terror attacks “obliged us to devote our time and attention mainly to the conduct of the war in the six months that have passed since,” Netanyahu wrote.

He said that while “considerable progress” has been made towards reaching an agreement within the coalition government, the “work is not yet complete.”