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Close Facebook Accounts or Risk School Expulsion

In Uncategorized on 29/03/2012 at 16:48

An Orthodox Jewish high school in Brooklyn, N.Y, has ordered students to close their Facebook accounts, pay a $100 fine, or be expelled.

Beth Rivkah, an Orthodox Jewish girls’ high school in Brooklyn, N.Y, has ordered students to close their Facebook accounts, or risk paying an $100 fine – or even being expelled.

“Girls are getting killed on the Internet— that’s the reason for it,” BenzionStock, administrator of the Crown Heights school, said.

In Israel recently, two girls almost succeeded in committing suicide after classmates insulted them on social media and a man was arrested forharassing young girls on Facebook.


Stuff People Say On Pesach

In Jewish Humor, Pesach on 22/03/2012 at 16:08

Israelis Receive Travel Warning Ahead of Spring Holidays

In Israel, Terrorist Victims, Uncategorized, War on 21/03/2012 at 22:07

First Published: 3/22/2012, 3:45 AM

The National Security Council Counter-Terrorism Bureau issued a travel warning to Israelis for the upcoming spring holidays of Passover, Independence Day and Lag B’Omer.

In a statement it released on Wednesday, the Counter-Terrorism Bureau said that the holidays, especially Passover, “are liable to provide incentive for terrorists around the world to attack Israeli and Jewish targets abroad.”


Catherine Ashton Adds Insult To Injury With Anti-Semitic Ignorance

In Terrorist Victims on 20/03/2012 at 11:48

Maybe she was dropped on her head as a child. Perhaps she was allowed to lick lead-based paint. Whatever the excuse,

EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton

EU foreign policy chief, Catherine Ashton

the European Union’s Foreign Policy Chief, Catherine Ashton idiotically compared the Toulouse shootings on Monday to children dying in Gaza. She said, “When we think about what happened today in Toulouse, we also remember what happened in Norway last year, and what is happening now in Syria and Gaza, and other areas of the world…We see before our eyes all the children who lost their lives.”

Of course she quickly tried to back pedal after Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman demanded a retraction and Opposition leader Tzipi Livni called the remarks “outrageous.” Her office called the reports “grossly distorted” and that, “The High Representative referred to tragedies taking the lives of children around the world and drew no parallel whatsoever between the circumstances of the Toulouse attack and the situation in Gaza.” No parallel except that she made the comparison during a meeting with Palestinian Authority Arab youth in Brussels. Context, context, context.

Iran Behind ‘Global March to Jerusalem’, Say Experts

In Iran, Israel, War on 16/03/2012 at 11:08

By Elad Benari
First Published: 3/16/2012, 6:45 AM

Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center presents proof that Iran is behind the Global March to Jerusalem on March 30.

Following the announcement that Arabs are planning a Global March to Jerusalem, the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC) has presented information that Iran is behind the initiative and openly supports it.

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Gaza Rockets FAQ

In Israel, Terrorist Victims, War on 13/03/2012 at 20:37

Gaza Rockets FAQ
What you need to know about the attacks on Israel’s southern region.
by Leadership Action Network

March 13, 2012

As a fragile cease-fire goes into effect, it is important to note the background facts:

(1) Over 210 rockets have been fired from the Gaza Strip at Israel over the past three days, targeting as many as one million civilians (15% of the Israeli population). Rockets reached past Ashdod to Gedera, about 20 miles south of Tel Aviv. Today alone, 47 rockets exploded in Israeli territory and 13 were intercepted by the Iron Dome defense system which protects populated areas in the target zone.

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Israel: Jihad Islami will pay dear if Fajr missiles fired. US, Egypt seek ceasefire

In Israel, Terrorist Victims, War on 12/03/2012 at 08:22
Israelis run for cover from rocket attack

Israelis run for cover from rocket attack

Israel has passed a stern warning to the Palestinian Jihad Islami shooting missiles from Gaza for the third day to expect punishment on a different scale from the current surgical air strikes if they fire Fajr surface missiles against the Tel Aviv area, DEBKAfile reports. The warning was relayed Sunday, March 11, through Egyptian Intelligence Chief Gen. Murad Muwafi. He and Washington hope to curb the Gaza violence before Jihad is given escalation orders by its masters in Tehran and Damascus.

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Help Free Alan Gross

In Alan Gross, Petitions on 05/03/2012 at 18:13

Please join with Jewish communities throughout the United States to help fulfill the Jewish value of pidyon shivuim, (redemption of the captive).

Take immediate action! Click here to sign a petition to the Papal Nuncio requesting that Pope Benedict XVI seek Alan’s release during his upcoming visit to Cuba.

Alan Gross, a resident of the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, was arrested in Cuba in December 2009 while working with the small Jewish community there to improve their Internet access and to create an intranet for them. He has been incarcerated ever since. He languished in prison for over a year until he was finally charged by the Cuban government. He was convicted by a Cuban court of “actions against the integrity of the State,” and sentenced to 15 years in prison. He subsequently appealed his sentence to the Cuban Supreme Court and the court reaffirmed the sentence, exhausting all of Alan’s legal remedies. His only avenue left is commutation of his sentence by Raul Castro, President of Cuba.

Mailmen Refuse to Deliver ‘New Testament’

In Missionaries on 05/03/2012 at 15:45
First Published: 3/5/2012, 2:11 PM
Missionary James Joseph, aka 'the Jesus guy'

Missionary James Joseph, a.k.a 'the Jesus guy'

Dozens of mail deliverers who were supposed to deliver copies of the Christian “New Testament” Bible to homes in Ramat Gan refused to do so, arguing that the deliveries constituted “missionary material.”

The mail deliverers said that distributing missionary material is forbidden by Jewish law (Halakha) and may also be against state law. They therefore asked that a legal inquiry be held before taking a decision on whether to hand out the Bibles.

The postal workers contacted MK Zevulun Orlev (Jewish Home) and asked him to assist them vis-à-vis the Postal Authority, which they say demands that they “do their job” and distribute the material that was sent.

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In Judaica on 04/03/2012 at 22:10

Not appropriate for Shabbat:


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