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Help keep Jewish land in Jewish hands!

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Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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Comment by Robin Rosenblatt on November 29, 2010 at 3:08pm
I am trying to help Israel with the Israel Longhorn Project: America sent cattle to Israel thinking there was grass in the desert. I am bringing cattle that fit the desert environment and were there 5,000 years ago. They are Texas Longhorn Cattle. But I need your help to do this so visit the website and share it with others. http://longhorn-project.org
Comment by Robin Rosenblatt on October 8, 2010 at 4:10pm
Found another funder for Hamas, America friends of UNRWA. who fund UNRWA and they in turn fund Hamas. Info was sent to the FBI, IRS plus others. Now I need you to ask friends and family to help the Israel Longhorn proejct at http://longhorn-project.org Toda, Shabbat Shalom robin
Comment by Robin Rosenblatt on October 8, 2010 at 4:10pm
Found another funder for Hamas, America friends of UNRWA. who fund UNRWA and they in turn fund Hamas. Info was sent to the FBI, IRS plus others. Now I need you to ask friends and family to help the Israel Longhorn proejct at http://longhorn-project.org Toda, Shabbat Shalom robin
Comment by Robin Rosenblatt on October 1, 2010 at 2:49pm
Are you guys aware the America is funding Hamas either directly or indirectly through the USAID and the UNRWA. The state department covering it up even through I sent the proof to them.
Comment by Bob Baird on October 1, 2010 at 2:28pm
I am trying to generate interest in and movement toward a framework for a sensible Israeli/Palestinian solution based on widely held ethical principles. What we see now is more like bargaining in an outdoor market than real movement toward a durable peace. The biggest problem is that no one has been able to articulate a coherent vision of what peace would actually look like. Without such a coherent vision, all negotiations are doomed to failure. See my white-paper learn about such a framework. Please go to the following very long link:
https://docs.google.com/leaf?id=0BxuQxXYa8sv5ZWFhNDk4YWYtM2FmNi00NDc0LTk5ZW...
Comment by Robin Rosenblatt on June 10, 2010 at 9:09am
I am trying to help Israel with the Israel Longhorn Project: America sent cattle to Israel thinking there was grass in the desert. I am bringing cattle that fit the desert environment and were there 5,000 years ago. They are Texas Longhorn Cattle. But I need your help to do this so visit the website and share it with others. Toda Raba, Robin
Comment by Ezer Mizion on February 17, 2010 at 12:14pm
For those who contribute frequently to charity--a tip in article below regarding knowing where your dollar is going:

Jewish Charity Noted As Being Among Top 11% For Efficient Use of Public Funds

Charity Navigator, a charity watchdog, is the largest rating entity in the United States. It analyzes data taken from a charity’s IRS documents to determine the ratio of moneys used for administrative and fundraising expenses versus moneys that are actually filtered into the programs for which the donor is contributing. In these difficult times, when dollars are few and far between, it is doubly important that as much as possible of each charity dollar be used for the designated program. Ezer Mizion’s services include its Bone Marrow Registry which has saved so many lives of Jewish cancer patients around the globe, social services for the mentally challenged, programs for special children, services for the disabled and so much more. The organization is continually aware of the needs of our Jewish brethren and will do its utmost in taking steps to institute a new program to meet the varied requirements of vulnerable segments of Israel’s population. To maintain and increase its manifold programs, Ezer Mizion carefully scrutinizes each expense so that funding will be available to meet the challenges of the ill, the disabled and the elderly. A congratulatory letter has recently been sent to Ezer Mizion by Charity Navigator informing the organization that, having been awarded 4 Stars (the highest rating) for three consecutive years, it is among the top 11% of charities in the United States.
www.ezermizion.org www.charitynavigator.org
Comment by Ezer Mizion on February 17, 2010 at 12:01pm
Israel has many wonderful organizations. Below is story of birth of Ezer Mizion which has many divisions including its International Bone Marrow Registry for Cancer Patients, Guest Home for Children with Cancer, programs for the mentally ill, diabetics, special children and much more.

A young man marries, looking forward to long hours spent with his new wife, sharing incidents from their growing up years, planning how they will bring up their own children, lengthy sessions deciding the merits of keeping his shirts in a drawer or in the closet. The first year of marriage….delightful charm in sharing a cup of coffee….hours of preparation for his homecoming and joy as he opens the door….for most people.

But for Chananya Chollak and; his new wife, their first year was not a time of bliss as they had expected. Two months after Chananya got married, his father-in-law had a stroke that paralyzed half of his body. Instead of eager confidences over a lovingly prepared supper, Chananya and his wife found themselves sharing medical updates on the run, as one took over the shift from the other. The young man may have been disappointed. He may have turned bitter and resentful. Chananya’s heart was bigger than that. He used the opportunity to grow, and, in so doing, eventually benefited hundreds of thousands of his fellow Jews.

During the long recovery process of his father-in-law, Chananya got to know the world of hospitals all too well. At the time that his father-in-law was hospitalized, a young girl with cancer was there as well. Her mother stayed with her all day, and her father, all night. Chananya organized eight neighbors to take shifts at the young girl’s bedside to give the weary parents some time to rest. With a heart that could feel the pain of others, even as he himself was bleeding with sorrow, Chananya gave birth to Ezer Mizion, Israel’s Health Support Organization, today assisting the most vulnerable segments of Israel’s society.

In his daily visits to the hospital, Chananya noticed that dialysis patients were coming to the hospital for treatment three times a week by ambulance. He calculated the cost of traveling back and forth to the hospital by ambulance to be exorbitant. And so Chananya got hold of a large vehicle, turned it into a professionally outfitted ambulance, funded by friends, and began arranging free transport to and from the hospital for medical treatment. This original vehicle has since been replaced by many, many more as Ezer Mizion’s fleet of ambulances continues to assist the ill and the frail.

Involvement with the needs of sick people and their families let Chananya and his steadily growing volunteer corps to initiate other ways to help ease the difficulties associated with illness. Realizing that proper meals for the families of the ill were needed for nutritional and emotional support, the Cholaks would send a few meals every week from their home to family members of sick people. More volunteers joined the Cholak’s efforts and Ezer Mizion’s Food Distribution Program, today a nationwide operation that distributes half a million meals a year, was born.

Similarly, the Ezer Mizion Bone Marrow Donor Registry, today the largest Jewish registry in the world, originated with a grass-roots bone marrow drive to find a matching donor for a leukemia patient, whose family was desperately seeking a genetic match for their loved one somewhere out there in the Jewish world.

An idealistic young man, confronted with a situation that would upset the equilibrium of those much older than he, does not surrender to feelings that center on self, but instead turns his emotions outward and becomes a blessing to mankind.
Comment by Daniel Van Harris on October 26, 2009 at 10:32am
...did I already say I'd love to move to Jerusalem? obviously not to celebrate Ramadan... but why do Muslims have to bother Israel anyway? their holy land is over there in Makkah & Medina. a-n-y-w-a-y-s my main education in religion is from Bengal, India. Gaudiya Vaishnavism. Every so-called Islamic holy place is built on the remains of an Indian one. (you never hear about a cruel Jewish conqueror who pillaged, burned, desecrated & destroyed someone else's civilization:)
Comment by Anthony David Cohen on August 28, 2009 at 12:28am
There is something that I must say, I have held it in long enought. The other day the President of the United States Mr. Obama may statement of behalf of the American People. He may be the President and I may be a citaizen but in NO WAY does he speak for me or on my behalf.

I am refering to the statement that you made when he said that on behalf of the American people and himself he wishes to extend to the Muslim people all over the world a Happy Ramadan. Those are his words not mine!

Mr Obama next time you decied to speak on the behalf of the American people, make sure they even want you to speak on their behalf. Dont put words in the mouth of the American people not now or ever!
 

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