ב"ה
Saturday, 21 Elul, 5779
  |  September 21, 2019

Shliach Beaten in Anti-Semitic Attack in Argentina

Shliach in Rosario, Argentina, Rabbi Shlomo Tawil, was attacked and beaten in an anti-Semitic attack on Shavuos. Full Story

Girl Donates Entire Doll Collection to Poway Kids

Next Story »

Alert: Gang Trying to Steal From Cars

5
Opinions and Comments

To keep track of your comments, follow a conversation or flag a comment Login
avatar
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Refua shelema
Guest
Refua shelema

Bkorov

We need the JDL and the JDO back
Guest
We need the JDL and the JDO back

Nothing more to say.

Correction, sorry but,
Guest
Correction, sorry but,

the attackers didn’t just want to hurt the Rabbi. If he hadn’t been so fortunate as to have witnesses intervene and save him, this might have ended up similar to the incident with Rabbi Deutsch in Haditch about 3 years ago HashV’Shalom!

BH
Guest
BH

Refuah Shelaimah! We Want Moshiach Now.

Tell it like it truly IS, please!
Guest
Tell it like it truly IS, please!

B”H We really need to stop using the sanitized word “anti-semitic” and just tell it like it really is: anti-Jewish. This is not just semantics! “Semitic” refers to people of the Middle East in general, not just Jews (a dictionary will confirm this fact). As brittanica.com notes, “The term is especially inappropriate as a label for the anti-Jewish prejudices, statements, or actions of Arabs or other Semites.” Using the term “anti-semitic” is the reason the left can say that, supposedly, the only “anti-semites” are right-wing: because right-wing anti-Jewish individuals tend to also be anti-Arab people too, whereas left-wing anti-Jewish individuals… Read more »

X