Who are the Israelis?

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    "Hasty of actions urgent in movements
    There is no spare time to stay put and no time to wait
    The decline of generations
    Probably the reason for the rise of the queues in the head office

    We heard torches and saw the voices
    The mountain smoke, for the sake of the Name, how is this heart still asleep?
    At the queues line to the head office

    Mists of purity
    Not by success or by force
    Only in the Name of Kingship
    When it comes, it comes, it comes with no place to be wrong


    "Behold, days are coming, says the Lord G-d...
    Not hunger for bread
    Not thirst for water" (Amos 8)
    Only words of truth that are heartwarming

    Parched lips and hollow boards
    To teach us right
    It's about wanting to change
    Remove masks
    Time for discovering of the countenance

    "No hunger for bread not thirsty for water"
    The decline of generations
    Probably the reason for the rise of the queues in the main library"

    "Behold, days are coming, says the Lord G-d...
    Not hunger for bread
    Not thirst for water" (Amos 8)
    Only words of truth that are heartwarming"

     
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    Operation Bolshevik.
     
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    Our life is Strawberries



    "We have no right to complain,
    Everything is 'tfu-tfu Hamsa'
    And blessed is Hashem
    Because our life is strawberries"

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    Today is the hilulah of Rabbi Yosef Haim the 'Ben Ish Hai'.

    A truly outstanding figure of great influence on the middle eastern Jewish community and subsequently Israeli culture and society.

    At the age of only 24 he was appointed to lead the Jewish community of Baghdad,
    and all of Babylonian ancient community. This is the most ancient and authoritative Jewish diaspora community with 2600 years of history in exile.
    That said, it would take a whole thread to explain the position of leading such a community, and Rabbi Yosef Haim was only 24 that time.

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    (A rare picture from 1877 from the right: his father-in-law Rabbi Yosef Ezra Gabbai,
    Rabbi Aharon of Baghdad, and the 'Ben Ish Hai')


    Just to mention a few examples of how influential and genius was this Rabbi Yosef Haim:
    * He wrote more than 70 books during his lifetime, all while dealing with the issues of a huge community.
    * Each of those available today are magnum opuses bridging all ends of Jewish thought,
    but written in such a sweet language that can be understood by children and great Torah scholars alike on a whole different level.
    *For mere reason of respect, love and owe for Rabbi Yosef Haim, during the 50 years of his service to the community - no couple ever had a divorce.
    * Rabbi Yosef Haim always took care of the nation dwelling in Zion, by supporting the Jewish printing enterprise in Jerusalem, making sure that donations to Israel reached their destination, gave a lot of his money and influenced rich men to invest in the Israeli community.
    *His personal seat from which he taught included 60 learned elders of the generation, but he himself used to sneak to the stage in such a manner as to intentionally avoid making lots of people having to stand up before him.

    Included in his direct disciples are the Rabbis who have established the famous Porat Yosef Yeshiva in Jerusalem, and other outstanding figures who took an integral part in shaping modern Israeli history, like Rabbi Mordechai Elyahu the chief Rabbi of Israel, who's father settled in Israel on direct order from Rabbi Yosef Haim, who himself bought a house and field in Eretz Yisrael.

     
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    Israel's most successful singer: Eyal Golan with Haim Israel

     
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    Yawn..... Don’t care.... Why? Because it’s believed by the Jewish people that Abraham, the first father of Judaism was born there. The Israelis have a Right to that City as well as Muslims and Christianson
     
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    RE: Who are the Israelis?
    ※→ ILOVEISRAEL, P F Tinmore, et al,

    This IDF Soldier is speaking from his heart; but, he is hypersensitive and very empathetic [highly sensitive person (HSP)]. The HSP (with a high level of sensitivity to external stimuli) sees the world much differently than the average person standing right beside him. The HSP does not standout or is immediately recognizable. This HSP is at the far and opposite end of the social and personality spectrum → opposite from the person who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience (sociopath and psychopath). Both ends of this mental behavior spectrum are problematic - one being a person that tends to have heightened emotions, and the opposite number is one having impaired empathy and lack of remorse. Both ends of the spectrum are a form of personality disorder; one being somewhat benign while the other being somewhat dangerous. However, the HSP is often associated with a genetic trigger.

    (COMMENT)

    Remember, that the HSP falls within a group of genetic disorders. Most HSPs are not immediately recognizable in the general population.

    However, in this case, when the IDF soldier in this video is placed next to a typical or average IDF soldier, it would not be long before the differences would be noticed. One can see, just in this video, that his view is radically different from that of his counterparts.

    Most Respectfully,
    R
     

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