Relationships are about true #appreciation. Appreciation comes with knowing what we have -> http://www.torahanytime.com/audio/parashat-chukat-parah-aduma-and-gratitude-1/
Shared this on your #inspire beyond blog. Really nice to see father and son together remembering our terrible loss! Only good news and success Ari Lesser #InnocentBlood
Why the Kidnapping? And Murder Bd’H!
Bd’H on the Murder of Three Special Israeli Teens
We cry out in anguish and in outrage at the unspeakable horror of today’s announcement that the three teens, whom Jews and so many other people of good will around the world dared to hope would be found and returned safely to their families, were instead murdered in cold blood by their Hamas kidnappers, apparently shortly after their abduction 18 days ago.
We must, with the rest of acheinu kol beis Yisroel (our brothers and sisters, the entire nation of Israel), mourn this unthinkable tragedy, this worst possible end to the search for Naftali Frenkel, 16; Gil-Ad Shaar, 16; and Eyal Yifrach, 19. This is, unfortunately, only the latest episode in which innocent lives have been snuffed out by adherents of a murderous, amoral death cult sworn to the destruction of Israel, and the genocide of the Jewish people.
We all offer their profound condolences to the families of these three boys, whom we have all come to think of as our own sons. Naftali, Gil-Ad and Eyal were our family, our brothers. The world needs to recognize, as it often fails to do, the nature of the enemies that are arrayed against Israel and the level of inhumanity of which they are capable. We join in the call for swift and resolute punishment for the perpetrators of this atrocity, and call upon world leaders to continue to affirm that such heinous tactics have no place in the civilized world.
The recurring theme expressed by the courageous mothers of the teens, as they saw the throngs who joined with them in support, is the unity of the Jewish people. Before, we were unified in prayer and hope for the boys’ safe return. Now, tragically, we are unified in grief.
May the families, the people of Israel, all those who stood with the families and held them in their hearts and prayers, be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.Dear Chevra,I just heard the heartbreaking news about the three Kedoshim, may Hashem avenge their innocent blood. The heart is screaming “eretz al techasi damam.” May the day of reckoning be soon. In the meantime, let’s all daven for their beautiful families and for all of Am Yisroel that is so desperately waiting to finally see Nechamas Tziyon v’Yerushalayim.B’ahava v’y’didus,From Rav Moshe Weinberger
Why the Kidnapping? from Lazer Beams
From left: Eyal Yifrach, Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaer
Animals react with instinct, for they lack the power of reason. If a dog is hit with a stick, it will growl at or bite the stick. Yet, the stick is not responsible for hurting the dog; the person who wields the stick is.
Much of the Israeli media has been blaming the police and the secret services here for all types of operative breakdowns that enabled the tragic kidnapping of the three Gush-Etzion yeshiva students, Eyal Yifrach, Gilad Shaer and Naftali Frenkel. So who is responsible?
Hashem is. The first principle of our faith as brought down by the Rambam is that Hashem alone, did, does and will do every deed. So, with emuna in mind, Hashem is responsible for the kidnapping and Hashem is also responsible for the three young men’s safe return…
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