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Thursday, April 14, 2011

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Mashiach Awareness posts 2 Matzahs - 2 Mashiachs

Helen Thomas (ימ"ש) is to speak at my alma mater tonight. (h/t EoZ)  I wish I had time to protest.

EoZ also points out that the Italian "peace activist" that was kidnapped had written a blog post complaining that the French Foreign Minister expressed solidarity with Gilad Shalit. Mida Keneged Mida? Update: He was found dead.

Rucho Shel Mashiach gives us updates on the the condition of Daniel Viflic, the boy who was critically injured in the terrorist attack involving an anti-tank missle shot from Gaza hitting a school bus in Israel.  He also notes that an emergency fund was set up.  Rafi points out that a Tehillim ring was established for him too.  Please continue to pray for Refael Daniel Aryeh ben Tamar.

Shirat Devorah posts an article from Rebbetzin Esther Jungreis - The Birthpangs of Moshiach

According to Arutz Sheva, Netanyahu's upcoming speech in Congress is not going to be pretty.

Geulah Perspectives has some interesting insights into leap years and Mashiah ben Yosef.

Kikar has a Mishpacha article on Rav Ovadia Yosef, Shlit"a, that dispels the myth that he has a photographic memory.

Tomer Devorah has a series of posts about Jonathan Pollard's early years that are excerpted from Territory of Lies by Wolf Blitzer: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Shirat Devorah on Prophecies Unfolding

The Forward on R' Glick's hopes for the Korban Pesah (h/t VIN)
The arrival of the Messiah isn’t Glick’s only hope for facilitating the sacrifice. He cites a minority rabbinic opinion, contending that the Passover sacrifice should take place with or without the Temple as long as Jews have access to Temple Mount. He is requesting permission to hold the sacrifice there, a request that, until now, the Israeli authorities have denied — apparently fearing an inflammation of Jewish-Muslim tensions.
Meanwhile, Rav Amar allegedly called bringing the Korban Pesah without Mashiah "Shtuyot", according to Rafi at Life in Israel. Akiva also weighed in, adding that there are guards at Sha'ar Yafo inspecting for goats. It seems to me that if Rav Amar did say this, he was trying to enforce the no going onto the Har Habayit nowadays ruling that he signed onto.

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