Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Post-Pesah Posts, Articles & Video

Iran threatens.

Turkey threatens.

Jordan talks tough.

Egged removed the Third Temple ads and now, A7 reports:
The Citizen's Rights Committee has condemned a decision by Egged to remove ads expressing hope that the Third Temple will be rebuilt. Dr. Dan Yakir, head of the Committee, “even if these ads do bother some people, the are within the legitimate bounds of free speech in a democracy.” Egged removed the ads when several people complained that the construction of the Third Temple would mean that the mosques currently occupying the Temple Mount might have to be moved.
Um, yes, they might have to be moved.

Shiloh Musings has a guest-post with a fantasy of the 10 plagues attacking the Obama White House.

Geulah Perspectives on Esav, the pope, and the president

Shirat Devorah on all the earthquakes happening being birth-pangs of Mashiah.

Mashiach's Wife on Arutz Sheva's report of 600,000 people visiting the Kotel.

VIN: Rabbi: Make Foreign Workers Accept Laws of Noah

From Latma (hat tip Jameel):


At Wed Apr 07, 02:46:00 PM 2010, Blogger Neshama said...

include these in the makkos count:

Day of the Grasshopper Looms....LOCUST PLAGUE IN AUSTRALIA: Alarming farmers: Biosecurity of Queensland has already warned farmers about the alarming locust threat in the state and has stated that the locust breeding in the south west could cause millions of damage to crops and landholders if not treated immediately.......Floods, now plague locusts for rural NSW......

NEXT IS THE US....... The Wall Street Journal reports that federal officials have warned that the worst grasshopper plague in 25 years now faces the USA. It adds that “critically high numbers of adult grasshoppers” have been found in at least the states of Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming.

Ug99, a wheat disease, threatens up to 90% of the world’s wheat supplies as it spreads globally...and...the honeybee die-offs have worsened significantly over the recent winter which means that there are steadily less bees each year to pollinate many crops in America

AND the July weather in April on the US east coast

At Wed Apr 07, 10:30:00 PM 2010, Blogger Batya said...

Thanks for the link!

At Fri Apr 09, 08:22:00 PM 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I didn't read your article Nicky, but good timing! May God Bless Israel.


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