"

Hormones, vitamins, chromosomes, etc., make up only a minuscule portion of the body
—yet they are the most crucial elements of life.

Jews are the smallest minority of all the peoples of the world
—yet they are the most vital element of history.

They are the heart of the world.
If they are healthy and whole as a people,
the world is healthy and whole as a world.

"

From the wisdom of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, of righteous memory; words and condensation by Rabbi Tzvi Freeman. (via eretzyisrael)

But hormones and vitamins don’t have that much guns trained on their asses like we do :(

(Source: facebook.com, via eretzyisrael)

42 notes

Run Away… Run Away…

girlactionfigure:

image

UN trucks running away from the Syrian-Israel border.

UN troops guarding the border between Israel and Syria were caught on camera today fleeing their posts and running away into Israel with their armored vehicles, after it became too dangerous for them to actually…

The Blue Barrets are fucking useless.

60 notes

eretzyisrael:

'In a neighborhood featuring Hamas, ISIS, Hezbollah, Syria, and Iran, just to name a few of the actors, President Obama was “enraged” at … Israel'



Peter Wehner picks up on this quote from the Foreign Policy interview with Martin Indyk that I blogged on Wednesday. First the quote, then Wehner.Well, it started with Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon attacking [Kerry] publicly during the peace process, which I attribute to two things. One, the defense minister had a very clear sense of what Israel’s security needs are and they do not include withdrawing the Israeli army from the Jordan River, which would have to be addressed in the peace negotiations if there was to be a deal. So I think there was a substantive disagreement, but the lack of respect was truly disturbing, specifically given the importance of American security assistance for the well-being of Israel’s defense, for which the defense minister is responsible.
But it got completely out of control during the Gaza crisis, where the secretary was assailed for supposedly betraying Israel because he was trying to work with the prime minister on a cease-fire, and he engaged with Qatar and Turkey to test whether they could influence Hamas to stop firing the rockets. And that criticism came not just from the right but from pundits on the left as well — Haaretz published three articles by their journalists attacking Kerry. I think that’s a product of a particular circumstance in which Israelis felt very much isolated, on their own — that the world didn’t understand them. In that defensive crouch, I think they were waiting for a betrayal by the United States even though the secretary and the president repeatedly supported their right to defend themselves. So they interpreted the secretary’s actions as being designed to undermine Israel in favor of Hamas and undermine its burgeoning alignment with Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
In fact, nothing could have been further from the truth but that was the perception and, unfortunately, it was a line fed by some unnamed Israeli officials, one of whom described Kerry as launching “a strategic terror attack.” That was just outrageous and it enraged the president.
Wehner:Think about this for a moment. In a neighborhood featuring Hamas, ISIS, Hezbollah, Syria, and Iran, just to name a few of the actors, President Obama was “enraged” at … Israel. That’s right, Israel–our stalwart ally, a lighthouse of liberty, lawfulness, and human rights in a region characterized by despotism, and a nation filled with people who long for peace and have done so much for so long to sacrifice for it (including repeatedly returning and offering to return its land in exchange for peace).
Yet Mr. Obama–a man renowned for his lack of strong feelings, his emotional equanimity, his disengagement and distance from events, who New York Timescolumnist Maureen Dowd refers to as “Spock” for his Vulcan-like detachment–is not just upset but “enraged” at Israel.
Add to this the fact that the conflict with Hamas in Gaza–a conflict started and escalated by Hamas, and in which Hamas used innocent Palestinians as human shields–had a very negative impact on America’s relationship with Israel. To show you just how absurd this has become, other Arab nations were siding with Israel in its conflict with Hamas. But not America under Obama. He was constantly applying pressure on Israel. Apparently if you’re a nation defending yourself and, in doing so, you wage a war with exquisite care in order to prevent civilian death, it is reason to earn the fury of Mr. Obama.
It’s clear to me, and by now it should be to others, that there is something sinister in Barack Obama’s constant anger aimed at Israel.
 Most pro-Israel President evah? Don’t believe it for a minute.

eretzyisrael:

'In a neighborhood featuring Hamas, ISIS, Hezbollah, Syria, and Iran, just to name a few of the actors, President Obama was “enraged” at … Israel'

Peter Wehner picks up on this quote from the Foreign Policy interview with Martin Indyk that I blogged on Wednesday. First the quote, then Wehner.
Well, it started with Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon attacking [Kerry] publicly during the peace process, which I attribute to two things. One, the defense minister had a very clear sense of what Israel’s security needs are and they do not include withdrawing the Israeli army from the Jordan River, which would have to be addressed in the peace negotiations if there was to be a deal. So I think there was a substantive disagreement, but the lack of respect was truly disturbing, specifically given the importance of American security assistance for the well-being of Israel’s defense, for which the defense minister is responsible.
But it got completely out of control during the Gaza crisis, where the secretary was assailed for supposedly betraying Israel because he was trying to work with the prime minister on a cease-fire, and he engaged with Qatar and Turkey to test whether they could influence Hamas to stop firing the rockets. And that criticism came not just from the right but from pundits on the left as well — Haaretz published three articles by their journalists attacking Kerry. I think that’s a product of a particular circumstance in which Israelis felt very much isolated, on their own — that the world didn’t understand them. In that defensive crouch, I think they were waiting for a betrayal by the United States even though the secretary and the president repeatedly supported their right to defend themselves. So they interpreted the secretary’s actions as being designed to undermine Israel in favor of Hamas and undermine its burgeoning alignment with Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
In fact, nothing could have been further from the truth but that was the perception and, unfortunately, it was a line fed by some unnamed Israeli officials, one of whom described Kerry as launching “a strategic terror attack.” That was just outrageous and it enraged the president.
Wehner:
Think about this for a moment. In a neighborhood featuring Hamas, ISIS, Hezbollah, Syria, and Iran, just to name a few of the actors, President Obama was “enraged” at … Israel. That’s right, Israel–our stalwart ally, a lighthouse of liberty, lawfulness, and human rights in a region characterized by despotism, and a nation filled with people who long for peace and have done so much for so long to sacrifice for it (including repeatedly returning and offering to return its land in exchange for peace).
Yet Mr. Obama–a man renowned for his lack of strong feelings, his emotional equanimity, his disengagement and distance from events, who New York Timescolumnist Maureen Dowd refers to as “Spock” for his Vulcan-like detachment–is not just upset but “enraged” at Israel.
Add to this the fact that the conflict with Hamas in Gaza–a conflict started and escalated by Hamas, and in which Hamas used innocent Palestinians as human shields–had a very negative impact on America’s relationship with Israel. To show you just how absurd this has become, other Arab nations were siding with Israel in its conflict with Hamas. But not America under Obama. He was constantly applying pressure on Israel. Apparently if you’re a nation defending yourself and, in doing so, you wage a war with exquisite care in order to prevent civilian death, it is reason to earn the fury of Mr. Obama.
It’s clear to me, and by now it should be to others, that there is something sinister in Barack Obama’s constant anger aimed at Israel.
 Most pro-Israel President evah? Don’t believe it for a minute.

(Source: israelmatzav.blogspot.in)

31 notes

did-you-kno:

A giant panda in China may have faked a pregnancy in order to receive more food and special treatment.  Source

Initiating one (the old-fashioned way: havin sex) is much more fun :D

did-you-kno:

A giant panda in China may have faked a pregnancy in order to receive more food and special treatment. Source

Initiating one (the old-fashioned way: havin sex) is much more fun :D

4,065 notes

girlactionfigure:

Anti-Semitism or anti-Zionism in Brighton and Hove again??

Sussex Friends Of Israel



Nasty.

girlactionfigure:

Anti-Semitism or anti-Zionism in Brighton and Hove again??

Sussex Friends Of Israel

Nasty.

(via eretzyisrael)

9 notes

I’m SOOOO envious of your beard!!!!

I’m SOOOO envious of your beard!!!!

(Source: sweetmoonbeam17, via meowsaysthekitten)

208,566 notes

tatsmato-anon:

dratraichuturnright:

thatsqualitystuff:

jonisspiffy:

THE SLASH BRINGING
SASH WRINGING
TRASH SINGING
MASH FLINGING
FLASH STRINGING RINGING
CRASH DINGING

THE HASH SLINGING SLASHER

i’m re-blogging this…
at night.




UNCHI (Dennou Coil)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

tatsmato-anon:

dratraichuturnright:

thatsqualitystuff:

jonisspiffy:

THE SLASH BRINGING

SASH WRINGING

TRASH SINGING

MASH FLINGING

FLASH STRINGING RINGING

CRASH DINGING

THE HASH SLINGING SLASHER

i’m re-blogging this…

at night.

image

UNCHI (Dennou Coil)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(Source: josiephone, via meowsaysthekitten)

488,089 notes

eretzyisrael:

Israel doesn’t have squirrels. There also aren’t really any rats running around. Instead: cute, and occasionally mangy cats. Tons of them. Wild. Everywhere. Congregating around dumpsters and in parks. One new American immigrant, Rabbi Josh Yuter, has launched a Tumblr and Twitter account to document The Felines of Israel. Tumblr: felinesofisrael Twitter: https://twitter.com/felinesofisrael

Fo shizzle! Whan I was in Har Nof, there was a friggin ARMY of them!!

eretzyisrael:

Israel doesn’t have squirrels. There also aren’t really any rats running around. Instead: cute, and occasionally mangy cats. Tons of them. Wild. Everywhere. Congregating around dumpsters and in parks.

One new American immigrant, Rabbi Josh Yuter, has launched a Tumblr and Twitter account to document The Felines of Israel.

Tumblr: felinesofisrael
Twitter: https://twitter.com/
felinesofisrael

Fo shizzle! Whan I was in Har Nof, there was a friggin ARMY of them!!

(Source: facebook.com)

71 notes

blastortoise:

Why would you intentionally eat olives like what in the fuck? are you okay? is someone forcing you to do this? You need me to call the police let me know so we can help you

WTF it is tasty!!!!!!!

(Source: blastortoise-chan, via meowsaysthekitten)

106,067 notes

Tasty Turkish energy drink with an interesting name: “fire of Istanbul”.

Tasty Turkish energy drink with an interesting name: “fire of Istanbul”.

0 notes