Some Things Never Change

Anti-Semitism in Europe: American wearing a kippa kicked out of cafe in Bruges. Even more disgusting—the gentleman in question was a Holocaust survivor and the Belgium police refused to take it seriously.

Anti-Semitism in Europe, part 2: Poles embrace their long history of vitriolic hatred against us with another church-sponsored near-pogrom.

Anti-Semitism at home: Peki’in, an ancient Jewish village that is now mostly Arab, is only about 25 minutes from Karmiel.

A good time to remember: We are, indeed, a small family, making up less than 0.3% of the world’s population.  AISH reminds us to keep it real, bro!

Speaking of families: Assi (a connection via mutual friends at a large Israeli hi-tech company) captures this images of a new camel being welcomed into the world.  (Best watched in slide show mode.)  Hat tip to Northern LS.

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One response to “Some Things Never Change

  1. Really nice video from Aish.com. Thanks!

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