Reply to: Iran Expert: Talks Should Challenge Revolutionary Guard
57 min 30 sec ago
If irgc is naturalized then Iranian people and military may just have a chance with a good leader to get read of the islamik regime and their damn nuisance and menace. Most Iranians really either cant be bothered about religion or are religious in name! But the minority who are bothered about this HOKOS POKOS MUBOO JUMBOO are very ruthless savages and they kill with impunity in the name of religion. So if these people loose their power base which is irgc and basij forces then we may have a fighting chance! LONG LIVE IRAN.
Reply to: Shave For The Brave
6 hours 44 min ago
Which to deal with first, your poor reading comprehension, or the chillul Hashem of your comment? I'll start with the reading comprehension, and save the worse fault for last.
1. There was no reform Saint Patrick's Day party. Rather, St. Baldrick's -- the non-profit that now raises over $30 million a year to combat childhood cancer, began as a one-off St. Paddy's Day party. The event for Sam is being conducted under the foundation's auspices. This was not difficult to figure out if you read carefully.
2. Your reading error is a mere trifle. for all i know, you may have a learning disability, so I'm inclined to let it slide. The real problem is your snide comment "oh, I get it, it's reform," and the callous "may the parents grow up."
The parents you want to grow up will soon lose their beloved son. What kind of heartless goon attacks someone -- be they reform, pagan, any faith or none -- facing that ultimate tragedy? כל ישראל ערבים זה בזה. אהבה לרעך כמוך
How many different ways can the lesson be stated?
I don't care how glatt your kitchen is, your heart and soul are treyf, and you should be ashamed of yourself.
Reply to: Mandela’s Complex Jewish Ties
9 hours 15 min ago
Not so complex - not so complicated. Mandela was a supporter of Arafat and the PLO. Mandela was a member of THE ELDERS. Actually, pretty simple - Mandela was no friend...
Reply to: Jewish Leaders Mourn 'Modern-Day Prophet'
12 hours 43 min ago
All this heaping of praise over Nelson Mandela by Jews and Jewish organizations makes me sick. He was only too glad to use those Jews who risked their lives for his cause, and then turn against them after he succeeded. How many Arabs aided him in South Africa? Yet he takes the side of the Arabs against the Jews in Israel. If he is so against hate why did he approve of the PLO who spread murder and hatred of Jews? Why did he admire Yasser Arafat and not David Ben Gurion? Apparently he believed Africans are entitled to a state of their own in their ancient homelands but not Jews. I would like to say a lot more but I know it wont get printed here, so I'll just close by saying this is one individual I won't be saying kaddish over.
Reply to: Go East, Young Jews
13 hours 57 sec ago
While the article mentioned Congregation Orach Chaim in passing, it failed to mention that Congregation Orach Chaim (East 95th Street & Lexington) has been and continues to be a vibrant and warm congregation serving b’ahava the Upper Eastside community for almost 135 years. It has served as a beacon for gemilut hasadim and as one of the most welcoming congregations to members and visitors alike. Under the leadership of Rabbi Benjamin Skydell and cantorial talents of world-renowned Hazan Yaakov Y. Stark, the synagogue has seen growth in attendance, classes and programs. All are welcome and invited to come for a Shabbat or Holiday and to enjoy being part of the OC Family.