Thursday, May 12th 7PM
Speaker: NY Times best selling author Robert Spencer
The Middle East Situation: Past, Present and Future
Join NH4Israel this Thursday at Etz Hayim Synagogue to hear speaker Linda McGrath:
“Of the world’s many great lies, this is among the greatest, the accusation that Israel is an apartheid state”
“Is Israel an Apartheid State?” Linda McGrath, Etz Hayim Feb. 10th 7PM
In person and by Zoom
Linda McGrath will give a talk entitled, “Is Israel an Apartheid State?” on Thursday, February 10, 2022 at 7 PM at Etz Hayim Synagogue, 1 ½ Hood Road, Derry, New Hampshire. She is a member of NH4Israel.https://nh4israel.org. In the presentation she will address this topic. She has said, “Of the world’s many great lies, this is among the greatest. So why do people call Israel ‘Apartheid’ and what can you say to convince them otherwise?” The talk will be in person with CDC protocols in place. That means masks are required and seating will six feet apart.
Meeting ID: 824 4073 0677
This is part of Etz Hayim Synagogue’s Adult Continuing Education Program Hot Topics and Cool Contemporary Stuff. This program is open to the public at no charge. Donations to the synagogue to allow us to continue with these and other programs are welcomed. More information, please contact: Stephen Soreff, MD, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-895-6120
Read: “Thoughts on What Drives Anti-Zionists” Yisrael Medad
One hundred forty-two years after the first modern settlement of Jews in the Land of Israel was founded at Petah Tikvah (recollecting, of course, the Four Holy Cities of Jerusalem, Hebron, Tiberias and Tsfat to which Jews emigrated and dwelled for many hundreds of years); 124 years after Theodor Herzl convened the First Zionist Congress; 120 years after the founding of the Jewish National Fund; 101 years after the San Remo conference decided that Great Britain would be the Mandate power charged to reconstitute the Jewish National Homeland in Palestine, a decision ratified by all 50 members of the League of Nations in 1922; and 73 years after the establishment of the Jewish State of Israel – after all this, anti-Zionists are still at work.
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ALL FRIENDS OF ISRAEL ARE WELCOME
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IN G-D’S HANDS***********
It is not that we have lost our sense of certainty. We have lost our illusion of certainty.
We never had it to begin with. This could be majorly unsettling, or amazingly liberating.
This tiny virus of 125 nanometres* has sent the entire world into chaos.
All of our plans are up in the air, markets are going crazy, entire countries shutting down, and we have no clue what the future holds.
But that is always the case.
We never know what the future holds. We only think we do, and keep getting surprised when things don’t pan out the way we expected. Now the mask is off.
We have to admit our vulnerability.
What will happen next? We don’t know. Our experts don’t know. Our leaders don’t know. Only G-d knows. And that is the point. Only G-d knows.
Close your eyes and feel the uncertainty, make peace with it, let yourself be taken by it. Embrace your cluelessness. Because in all the confusion there is one thing you know for sure. You are in G-d’s hands.
Keep calm. Panic and fear are also contagious. Take every precaution as advised by health authorities. Wash your hands well. And every time you do, remember whose hands you are in.
*A nanometre is one billionth of a metre.
Shared from Rabbi Levi Krinsky
Indians of the Bnei Menashe tribe and Ethiopians reputed to descend from the Tribe of Dan reunite with relatives, prepare to start new lives
16 November 2017, 5:34 pm
On October 11th, NH4Israel hosted Professor Joseph Spoerl of ST. Anselm College, who discussed the timely subject of Hamas and the changes, or lack thereof, that Hamas claimed to have undertaken in May of this year in its “Document of General Principles and Policies”. Professor Spoerl also wrote about this topic in the August 2017 edition of the New English Review, where copious references to his findings are found to his article titled: “Meet the New Hamas, Same as the Old Hamas”.
Professor Spoerl makes the argument that the supposed changes Hamas made are an attempt at an image makeover. Their attempt fails largely because Jew hatred is at the core of Hamas. Although since May Hamas may claim it is not anti-Jew; only anti-Zionist Jew – such a claim in the Middle East is essentially Jew hatred. Corroborating this is the fact that Hamas has yet to change its 1988 charter, which calls for murdering Jews and eliminating the state of Israel.
The Hamas 2017 May makeover document still contends that Zionism impedes Muslim happiness; and that “Hamas rejects any alternative to the full and complete liberation of Palestine ‘from the River to the Sea’”. Voilà! Quoi de neuf?
Actually, there is something new. The very next day after Professor Spoerl’s talk at TIM, the New York Times broke a story with the headline: Unity Deal Offers Hope for Palestinians and a Respite for Gaza.
Under the deal, Hamas and the Palestenian Authority would merge governance. But, as the NYT reported, “Hamas has insisted on its right to maintain control of its arsenal — including thousands of rockets, missiles and drones — as well as its militia and its network of fortified tunnels.
Peace in our time? Hardly.
Paragraph 25 reads: “Resisting the occupation with all means and methods is a legitimate right guaranteed by divine laws and by international norms and laws. At the heart of these lies armed resistance, which is regarded as the strategic choice for protecting the principles and the rights of the Palestinian people.”
Those words referencing divinity would seem to trump all other May 2017 General Principles and Policies and clearly amplify the words of paragraph 23: “Resistance for jihad and for the liberation of Palestine will remain a legitimate right, a duty and an honour for all the sons and daughters of our people…”
Professor Spoerl leaves us with these remarks: “In short, despite its new ‘Document of General Principles and Policies,’ Hamas has not changed at all. It remains committed to the destruction of Israel by any means at its disposal, including indiscriminate attacks on Israeli civilians, and its world-view is still marked by deep Jew-hatred.
More talks and educational films on Israel are planned for the 2017-2018 season. Mark your calendars for April 22nd, 2018 for helping with or participating in NH4Israel’s second annual springtime run-jog-walkathon race in Derry, again for the benefit of Hadassah Hospital in Israel and its programs that reach out and treat all. This year the run will target a cure for Lou Gehrig’s Disease. Find out more about NH4Israel and sign up for email updates on guest speakers and hosted events at NH4Israel.org.
JERUSALEM: Israel has been promoting the idea that its ties with Arab countries are improving, and some experts say there are signs that shared concerns over Iran are indeed nudging them closer.
Hadassah Medical Center, Jerusalem.
Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine
You are the direct recipients of the heartily thanks of both of one of our patients and the senior surgeon in charge of her.
A few days ago this surgeon, a very skilled one and a very good friend of mine, Dr. Bilal Elyan, called me asking for help. One of his patients on the floor had what we usually call “impossible veins”. The poor lady has been punctured countless times in the unsuccessful attempt to insert an infusion. My colleague told me, exaggerating of course, that “all the Hospital tried and failed”. He finally remembered we have the AV400. He called me, I arrived immediately. He assisted, of course. In a few seconds, REALLY A FEW SECONDS, an infusion was successfully inserted in front of a jaw dropped audience and an emotionally tearing patient. She just couldn’t understand why such a simple device is not commonplace in such a Hospital. She promised my colleague to collect money to buy them one too.
Dear All, you cannot imagine what impact the AV400 we received through your constant work and generosity produced here.
Again thank you All.
WE NEED YOUR IDEAS !
This Wednesday, Oct. 25th 6:30PM
The 2018 Run for Healing will raise funds for
ALS (Lou Gehrigs’s Disease)
research at Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem.
Learn about the Israeli developed ALS treatment that is
patients motor decline
and the genetic research we will help fund.
There will be games, door prizes, food and fun!
66 Salmon St. Manchester, NH
Please forward and invite friends and family
who have been affected by ALS
and others who may want to help.