*JDL* Parsha and Weekly Update

The following explanation of this week’s parsha is from Rabbi Nachman Kahana:

BS”D Parashat Va’yai’Tzai 5772
Introduction
Bereshiet 27:22

Jacob went close to his father Isaac, who touched him and said, “The voice is the voice of Jacob, but the hands are the hands of Aisav.”

Ibid 6:11-12

The angel of the LORD said to her: “You are pregnant and you will give birth to a son. You shall name him Ishmael, for the LORD has heard of your misery.

He will be a wild untamed man; his hand will be against everyone and everyone’s hand will be against him, and he will live in front of all his brothers.”

 

Part A: HANDS

Today is the 29 of November 2011, the 64th anniversary of the revocation of the British mandate on Palestine, by a two thirds majority of the member states of the United Nations. It was to become effective on midnight between the 14th and 15th of May, 1948 and replaced by an independent Jewish State in Eretz Yisrael.

In 1917, after 400 years of Ottoman presence in Eretz Yisrael, The League of Nations assigned the Brutish-British with a mandate to govern the Holy Land by virtue of the British victory in World War One over the retreating Turkish army. [Read More…]

 
 
 
The following information and video is from an anti Israel hate site—
 
 
 
 
 

Join the *Candle Light Vigil* Against Radical ISLAM in our Schools – Tues. Dec. 6th – Remember the Women of the Montreal Masacre, murdered by “Marc Lepine” = Gamil Gharbi

Join the *Candle Light Vigil*

Against Radical ISLAM in our Schools

 
Did you know ”Marc Lepine” = Gamil Gharbi
 
December 6, 1989, was a sad and tragic day in the history of Canadian higher education. That day, on a cold late afternoon, a young man called Marc Lepine suddenly erupted at L’Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal, armed with a semi-automatic rifle. As soon as he entered into a classroom, he separated the women from the men, lined the women along the wall, and then killed them one by one. In addition to killing 14 female engineering students, he injured eight other women, and also four men who tried to stop him. Then, he killed himself. That horrible episode is remembered in history as the Montreal Massacre.
 
Marc Lepine’s father Liess Gharbi was an Algerian immigrant, a Muslim Extremist who taught his boy how to hate women. Not that he particularly cared about his son, whom he considered little more than a nuisance. People were generally shocked how Liess behaved towards his wife and children — not only the wife beatings, but also little things such as locking Marc and his sister in their bedroom (complete with port-a-potty), in the name of preserving “peace and quiet” of the household. It’s those little things that count.
 
The TDSB is promoting a form of gender apartheid by allowing radical Islam into the public school system. The Globe and Mail recently wrote, “Muslim girls who wish to take part must sit behind the boys, while girls who are menstruating must sit at the very back. While this is the custom at Friday prayers in mosques, the segregation of girls in a public space violates gender-equality norms that are at the heart of Canada’s institutions. Why shouldn’t girls be up front and centre? And why should classmates know when young girls of 13 are menstruating?”(From Saturday’s Globe and Mail Published Friday, Nov. 25, 2011)
 

December 6th is National Day of Action and Remembrance on Violence Against Women.

Please join *JDL* and the *Multi Faith Coalition*to mourn the 14 women murdered because of their gender at L’Ecole Polytechnique in 1989.

At 6:00 pm at Philosopher’s Walk,
we remember and tell the stories of those women and
other women in Islamic Countries who suffer torture and can no longer speak for themselves.
And send a loud message to the TDSB to stop the practice of Gender Apartheid.
 
Bring signs and candles.
 
December 6 ~ Candlelight Vigil takes place at Philosopher’s Walk, which is located between the Royal Ontario Museum and the University of Toronto’s Varsity Stadium and Arena, near the major intersection of Bloor Street, Queen’s Park Crescent and Avenue Road. The site can be accessed from multiple entry points:
  • The South side of Bloor Street West, just west of the Royal Ontario Museum entrance.
  • The West side of Queen’s Park Crescent, near the Museum subway station exit.
  • The North side of Hoskin Avenue, just west of Queen’s Park Crescent.

The site is readily accessible via the TTC, as it is within a 5-minute walk of the Museum (Yonge-University-Spadina line) and St. George (Bloor and Yonge-University-Spadina line) subway stations.

Parking near the site is limited, however, there is a municipal parking lot at the Hotel Intercontinental, which is located at 9 Bedford Road (across from St. George Subway station).

 
 
Now is the time for action and now is the time to join JDL.
 
With Love of Israel,
 
Meir Weinstein, National Director
Jewish Defence League of Canada

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