Monday, September 2, 2019

Is There a War in Northern Israel?

Yesterday, in a couple of surreal hours, there seemed to be a war going on in Northern Israel. All three channels we get from Israel were reporting it.

Then, this morning, except for the yapping of politicians, it's like nothing had ever happened. I'm confused.

Besides that, it's so hard to get excited about the upcoming elections. And the 2019 Redo Knesset Elections are very soon. Not that I take polls very seriously, but the trend seems to be another tie.

Nu, what do you think?


Mr. Cohen said...

You asked what I think, so this is my advice:

Since the Tehillim Group that meets in Tel Shiloh
on Rosh Chodesh cannot meet this coming Rosh Chodesh,
because it is Rosh HaShanah, they should meet
seven days before Rosh HaShanah to recite Tehillim.

Daniel Greenfield said:

“The Democrats have made it clear that
if they win the presidential election, they
will restore the flow of cash to the terrorists.”

SOURCE: Loyal and Disloyal Jews
by Daniel Greenfield, 2019 September 1


Jonathan S. Tobin (editor in chief of JNS dot org) said:

“The Palestinians are still the prisoners
of a mindset that causes them to refuse
to accept the legitimacy of a Jewish state,
no matter where its borders are drawn.”

SOURCE: Will a secular surge
spark a revolution in Israeli politics
by Jonathan S. Tobin, 2019 June 5


Jonathan S. Tobin
[editor in chief of JNS dot org] said:

“When a newspaper like the [New York] Times
focuses attention on the indiscreet tweets of others,
they call it journalism.

However, when someone else uses the same methods
against the press, including revelations about anti-Semitic
comments, the [New York] Times thinks it’s unfair.”

SOURCE: Insect analogies and making journalists
by Jonathan S. Tobin, 2019 August 28


Caroline Glick said:

“The [New York] Times’ willingness to disseminate pro-Hezbollah propaganda may have represented a new low in its advocacy for terror groups. But arguably, the [New York] Times’ decision to champion the most powerful non-state actor in the world — with one of the world’s largest missile arsenals, all pointing at Israel — is not the worst aspect of its coverage.”

“What may be worse is the [New York] Times’ campaign to effectively disenfranchise American Jews. The paper undertakes this campaign by using its pages to legitimize anti-Semitism emanating from the Left, delegitimize friends of Jews on the political Right, and shame American Jews who stubbornly refuse to abandon Israel, or turn their back on Israel’s friends. These American Jews also impertinently notice the galloping Jew hatred on the political Left.”

“”This move by the [New York] Times is more dangerous because it is more difficult to criticize. It is easy to spot apologetics for terrorism. It is harder, and more controversial, to call the [New York] Times out for manipulating American Jews in the service of Left-wing anti-Semites.”

SOURCE: The New York Times’ war against Israel and
the Jews who support it
, Caroline Glick, 01/13/2019

What Palestinians DON'T Want YOU to Know

by Hananya Naftali:

Batya said...

Gd willing