Tuesday, April 17, 2018

rabbi Aryeh Eidensohn -- Otzar Chochma Journal

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הירחון האלקטרוני לכל מקצועות התורה

הערות למחברים ולמערכת וכן מאמרים לירחון הבא יתקבלו בשמחה בכתובת הדוא"ל:

לתשומת לב המעיינים שמות המאמרים במפתחות הינם קישורים למאמרים בפנים, וכן לחיצה על "האוצר" בסוף כל עמוד מחזירה את הקורא למפתחות.
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  1. Daattorah, you should put up Netanyahu's speech last night:
    A most necessary and appropriate speech Netanyahu made:
    The prime minister thanked US President Donald Trump for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and move its embassy to the holy city next month.
    Calling Israel’s current relationship with the United States a “historic one,” Netanyahu said, “Thank you, President Trump! Thank you America!”
    Alluding to unprecedentedly bellicose rhetoric from Iran, the prime minister vowed that no one would “extinguish” Israel’s “light.”
    “All the ancient peoples who were exiled from their lands vanished and scattered all over the place. Only we, the Jewish people, who were like a leaf blown away in the storm of exile, refused to disappear and remained faithful to Zion,” he said.
    “In the year 70 AD the menorah went out, but today in Israel’s 70th anniversary, the menorah is our country’s symbol and its light is stronger than ever.”
    Addressing enemies of Israel, Netanyahu proudly stated that “in another 70 years, you’ll find here a country that is many times stronger because what we’ve done until today is just the beginning!
    “Today there are those who want to extinguish… the light in Zion. I promise you, this will not happen because our light will always overcome their darkness. We are as strong and determined as ever,” he declared to the crowd’s applause.
    “We don’t hesitate to confront those who want to eradicate us, because we know that defending ourselves with our own force is the essence of independence,” Netanyahu added. “Our hand is outstretched for peace with any of our neighbors who seek peace.
    “Admiration toward Israel is finally trickling to Arab countries. Here, I believe, lie real seeds for peace,” he said.
    He said Israel would always rise to the challenge of defending itself against its enemies if necessary. Its capacity to defend itself, by itself, he said, is “the essence of independence.”

  2. Whoops, I sent you a wrong link.
    See https://www.wsj.com/articles/irans-moves-in-syria-raise-risk-of-conflict-with-israel-1524130202?mod=searchresults&page=1&pos=1
    “Iran’s Moves in Syria Raise Risk of Conflict With Israel”
    “In Israeli assessments, Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps and other units in Syria have now switched their primary mission from preventing a collapse of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s regime to preparing for a future confrontation with Israel.”
    Netanyahu is addressing the Iran threat. I’m a Netanyahu and Trump supporter.

  3. http://www.jwmww2.org/Address_by_Prime_Minister_Benjamin_Netanyahu_at_the_State_Marking_the_70th_anniversary_of_victory_ov


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