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Monday, December 16, 2013

Interesting Recent Links - Shemot 5774

Hodu LaHashem Ki Tov Ki Le'olam Hasdo

CONFIRMED: Jacob Ostreicher Has Been Released From Bolivia and Is Back In The United States

Boruch Mattir Asurim: Yanky Ostreicher is in the United States



Snow in Eretz Yisrael

Monday Morning Storm Update from Eretz Yisrael

Good News-Bad News Re: Snow of 5744, 2013

Video of Interest: Snow in Yerushalyim

Video Of Interest: Some News Footage Of Israel’s Winter Storm

A 100 Year Blizzard in Jerusalem

Snow "Coincidences"

Snow Reasons Given

Cause of the Storm

Israeli Soldier Killed - HY"D

IDF Soldier Killed By Sniper to Be Laid to Rest
Levaya for Slain IDF Soldier HY”D

Fight Against Drafting Torah-Learners


Relative: Fake Mandela Event Signer Burned Men Alive


General Sisi 'dreamed he would rule Egypt'


At Mon Dec 16, 10:36:00 PM 2013, Anonymous Menachem, the Absolute Truth said...

Thank you for referencing:
The End of Days, a presentation by Rav Yuval Ovadia
I want as many people as possible to see this excellent and important presentation.

At Tue Dec 17, 02:03:00 AM 2013, Blogger Devorah Chayah said...

Many thanks, as always, for the links! I have another theory for the snow which just occurred to me. Maybe Hashem is saying: You see, you Jews in Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, etc, I can make Israel just like home for you, too. ;-)

At Tue Dec 17, 08:59:00 AM 2013, Blogger Devorah Chayah said...

Rav Nachmani's warning about Korea (referenced in the End of Days video) is still right up there in the headlines:

Today's Yahoo News-

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea's propaganda machine has long kept alive the myth of a serene, all-powerful ruling dynasty that enjoyed universal love and support at home. In a single stroke last week, that came crashing down.

North Korea executes Kim Jong Un's uncle Associated Press
NKorea tries to project unity on death anniversary Associated Press
More purges may follow execution of Kim's uncle Associated Press
Purge sends chilling message to NKorea's elite Associated Press
North Korea marks anniversary without Kim Jong Un's aunt Reuters
In attempting to justify the execution of his uncle, who was also considered North Korea's No. 2 official, young leader Kim Jong Un has given the world a rare look behind the scenes of a notoriously hard-to-read government.

It is not a pretty sight, and many analysts believe Pyongyang's eagerness to pillory Jang Song Thaek not only destroys the image of unity projected by state-run media but also acknowledges dissension and a dangerous instability. That's an alarming prospect as Kim Jong Un tries to revive a moribund economy even as he pushes development of nuclear-armed missiles.


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