Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Links I Liked

  • Why 4 out of next 5 years begin with 3-day YomTovs - from SabaHillel via Shiloh Musings
  • Message from your Yetzer Hara - from Mashiach Is Coming
  • Gevalt!!!!! OMA!!!!!  Image of Koran translated into Yiddish - from Elder of Ziyon
  • Brides and Grooms with signs to Hillary reading: "Don't Freeze Us!  Would you freeze the home of Chelsea and Mark?" - from Ladaat
  • Rav Amsalem defends Kapparot with chickens, and calls it "very dangerous" to protest against Jewish Minhagim so flippantly.  Meanwhile, his rav, Rav Mazuz, does it with money since he doesn't have the Ko'ah. - from Kikar HaShabbat
  • On 09/11/10, Yishmael won - from Mystical Paths
  • Video of trip to Uman and other Kivrei Tzadikim - from Dixie Yid

5 Comments:

At Wed Sep 15, 10:19:00 PM 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yaak,

You might be interested in Caroline Glick's article in the Jerusalem Post (also available on her blog carolineglick.com) for Rosh HaShana entitled "A Prayer for 5771." Apart from being a very nice piece, it gives the careful reader something to think about.

HaSepharadi

 
At Wed Sep 15, 10:20:00 PM 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you'll know what I mean.

HaSepharadi.

 
At Thu Sep 16, 11:50:00 AM 2010, Anonymous Berebi said...

I believe that sooner or later Yishmael will get what's coming to him for all the pain and torment he has caused Bnei Yisrael throughout the generations. You ain't seen nothing yet.

 
At Thu Sep 16, 12:00:00 PM 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I noticed this while checking email. After Kippur, as we are saying Kiddush Levanah the following will be taking place: “Global Swoon Over the Moon Set For Saturday.”

http://www.space.com/spacewatch/international-observe-the-moon-night-100915.html

HaSepharadi

 
At Thu Sep 16, 12:09:00 PM 2010, Blogger yaak said...

I had read that Glick article earlier. After rereading it, I see what you mean.

Thanks for the tip about the moon. I love it! I'll BE"H make that my next post.

 

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