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This is the temporary sign put up last night on the grave of the 30-week premie baby who was emergency c-sectioned from his mother Shira Yael after both were injured in a terror attack outside Ofra last Sunday night. He succombed to his wounds yesterday and was buried last night in Jerusalem on the Mount of Olives. The sign reads:
The holy baby Amiad [my nation is forever] Yisrael, HYD [may God avenge his blood].

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2 weeks ago

This.

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Wow. Incredible news.

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NEVER AGAIN !!

America has a threat from within. We need to educate America's Jewish people not to self destruct. https://www.dailywire.com/news/38201/prager-left-wing-jews-jewish-and-american-tragedy-dennis-prager

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1 month ago

Israel welcomes Brazils embassy move to Jerusalem; And we welcome Brazil the world of TRUTH about Jerusalem!

Rabbi Moshe Segal - The Rebel Shofar Blower Moshe was born in the Russian Empire in 1904. At the age of 20 he immigrated to the Land of Israel and joined the Haganah, and was also one of the first Jews in the Holy Land to join the Revisionist Zionist movement, Betar. In 1929, Rabbi Segal organized the first of his many activities against the British in the form of a protest march to the Western Wall on Tisha B’av, a Jewish fast day on which the British did not allow Jews to pray at the Wall. The following year, the rabbi performed perhaps one of the most significant and galvanizing activities of his life: sounding the shofar at the Western Wall. Due to the restrictions placed on Jewish worshipers by the British, sounding the shofar at the Western Wall was deemed illegal. Nonetheless, Rabbi Segal could not fathom ending the Yom Kippur service without sounding the ritual shofar. As the prayer concluded, Moshe sounded the shofar and was immediately arrested by the British. When news of his deed reached Chief Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, he announced that he would not break his Yom Kippur fast until Moshe would be free, which he was later that night. From then on, Jewish youths carried on Moshe’s tradition of sounding the shofar at the culmination of the Yom Kippur service. Every year the British would lurk, waiting to arrest the Jewish “felons,” and every year another Jewish youth would blow the shofar. In 1931, Moshe was appointed commander over the Betar movement in Jerusalem, and soon joined the Irgun (Etzel) and served on its High Command. During that time, Rabbi Segal founded the “Brit Hashmonaim” (The Alliance of the Hasmonean), a religious nationalist youth movement whose members often joined the Jewish underground. After Yitzhak Shamir escaped from jail and sought to revitalize the fading Stern Group (Lehi), Rabbi Segal joined the Lehi and decided to direct his Brit Hashmonaim members to join as well. As a result, over 150 Brit members joined and helped bolster the organization at a time when it was much needed. After Israel liberated Jerusalem in the 1967 Six Day War, Rabbi Segal was the first Jew to resettle in the Old City of Jerusalem. There he lived with his family and headed many organizations and initiated many plans to restore old synagogues that were destroyed. In 1974, he received the coveted “Yakir Yerushalayim” prize for his contributions to the city. Rabbi Segal passed away on Septemeber 25, 1985, on Yom Kippur. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

A closer look at Jerusalems citizens and return to our heritage...
Is this reporter really suggesting that the location of the US Embassy in Jerusalem is a reason to murder Jews?!

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She is obviously referring to people who tolerate Trump because he likes Israel. She is right, the bad of Trump is not balanced by anything else he does.

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2 months ago

One People, One Nation, One Jerusalem!

 

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Poland stands and solidarity with Pittsburgh!😨

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