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Saturday, November 14, 2015

What a Terrible Start to The Week and Jewish Month

I first titled this post "What an Awful Start to The Week and Jewish Month," but as the news of all the terror attacks kept reverberating in my head, I realized that using the word/adjective "Terrible" with the linguistic connection to "TERRORIST/TERROR" was much more suitable. I had never connected the two words before, but now it is so obvious that they have to be connected.

This past Thursday and Friday were Rosh Chodesh Kislev, the Jewish Month that has the shortest daylight and really begins winter. I had a lovely Friday at Shiloh Hakeduma, Tel Shiloh for Women's Rosh Chodesh Prayers and then a very busy day finishing the cooking and cleaning. I wasn't on the computer nor listening nor checking news. It must have been similar for my neighbors, because nobody mentioned an rumors about a serious fatal terror attack near Hebron before Shabbat.

Rabbi Ya'akov Litman, HaY"D (in photo) and his son 
Netanel, HaY"D were murdered right before
Shabbat near Otniel, south of Hevron.
So, I just wasn't prepared for the news that Arab terrorists had shot up a car of innocent Jews which resulted in the murder of two of them, a father and son.

Reuters
And of course I hadn't a clue of the massive terror attack in Paris over Shabbat, which had nothing to do with Jews and antisemitism. Over a hundred people have been murdered by the Islamic State ISIS terrorists in a series of coordinated attacks there and many more injured.

Reuters
I have no doubt that many Europeans are getting terrified of all the Arab refugees streaming flooding into Europe. The leader of the Paris attacks was a refugee who had arrived a few months ago. There is a fact that is being ignored by the European Union in its attempts to show how humanitarian they are. Arab Muslims do not make an aim/effort to integrate and assimilate. And the quantities of Arab Muslim refugees even small towns must take in are impossible to comprehend.
German town of 100 must take 1,000 Syrian migrants
I'm sure that the powerful politicians and bureaucrats who made these decisions live far away, very much like the Americans in the 1960's who favored integrating schools, but not where their children studied.

Especially considering the very low birthrate of white Christian Europeans, it's clear that in the generation or two, Europe will have totally changed. Start checking out the ethnic and religious status of the school children and the maternity wards, and the future will be clear.

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