Thursday, July 24, 2014

Motorcyclist Wakes Up Driver

A man sleeping in his car at a stop-light in Boca Raton, Florida, gets woken up by a biker.

UN Emergency Session on Gaza: Hillel Neuer Speaks Out

23 July 2014 – What follows is testimony delivered on Wednesday by UN Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer, at the UN Human Rights Council Emergency Session on Gaza, in Geneva. The Palestinian ambassador to the UNHRC, together with Iran, Syria, Egypt, Cuba and Venezuela had tried but failed to silence Mr. Neuer. The U.S. and Canada defended Neuer's right to speak. As expected, the council voted 29 to 1 (USA), with 17 abstaining (EU & others), to condemn Israel for “gross violations of international human rights,” and it created a new commission of inquiry.

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Hatzolah Vs. NYPD Baseball 2014

Flatbush Hatzolah has been playing weekly summer baseball games against various NYC agencies – such as NYPD and FDNY to foster a spirit of camaraderie and friendship. These ball games have successfully enhanced the unique relationship between the various agencies and Hatzoloh, and gives all a chance to “get out of the work uniform” and further enhance the important partnerships and understanding that the community can really count on.

Videos bt Shimon G.

Sights and sounds of Hatzolah Vs. NYPD Baseball 2014

Winning Pitcher Gets A Splash

6 Year Old Record Breaking Limbo Skater

Gagan Satish is a six-year-old boy who is a roller skater from Bangalore, India. He flattened himself and passed underneath 39 cars, squeezing in a space of seven inches above the ground on his roller skates. Gagan covered the distance in 29.8 seconds and emerged unscathed from the 20 centimeters of space underneath the SUVs. This feat has landed Gagan to stake claim for an entry into the Guinness Book of World Records. The wonder kid, who goes to a primary school, began skating at the age of three, harnessing his extreme flexibility to master and specialize in limbo- skating. Gagan's father, Rajanna Satish, who runs an washing machine service center, too was ecstatic over his son's feat.

Latest Videos from IDF - Thursday July 24

IDF Forces Operating on the Ground in Gaza - Since July 8, IDF forces in Gaza have uncovered 30 tunnels with nearly 70 access points used to infiltrate Israel and carry out attacks against civilians. Our soldiers will continue to operate to dismantle Hamas´ terrorist infrastructure.

Psychic Phenomena or Not?

Illusionist Eric Leclerc needs only a deck of playing cards to make you believe in mind reading.

National Anthem at MLB Game in Baltimore

Zevi Daniel sings the National Anthem at the start of the the Baltimore Orioles baseball game. July 3, 2014. At OAPCY (Oriole Park at Camden Yards), Baltimore, MD.

Kayak Lifted by Whale in Waters Off Argentina Coast

Two people kayaking off the coast of Puerto Madryn, east of central Argentina, were surprised to encounter a group of whales with one of the whales giving them a short piggyback ride.

Discussions & Opinions on Israel July 23

Media Wars and the Israel/Gaza Conflict - Several guests discuss the role played by the media within the ongoing Israel and Gaza conflict.

Bloomberg: 'Couldn't Disagree More' with FAA Travel Ban to Israel. Update: Update: The FAA lifts flight restrictions for Ben-Gurion International Airport.

Free Speech in Gaza? Reporters with the New York Times and the Independent (UK) interview Palestinians in Gaza. They believe that only some are comfortable being critical of Hamas. Why would anyone living under a terrorist regime, especially during a war, not be afraid to speak openly to the press? Do reporters honestly believe that Palestinians are happy being used as "human shields" by Hamas?

Truth Vs. Lies - Abdullah Al-Arian is an assistant professor of History at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service in Qatar. He is followed by Mosab Hassan Yousef a Palestinian and son of a Hamas founder and leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef. They both join Don Lemon to present alternate perspectives on Hamas.

News Updates From Israel Wed. July 23

Gaza death toll hits 687; three more Israeli soldiers die - Gaza fighting raged on Wednesday as U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said efforts to secure a truce between Israel and Hamas had made some progress. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

US Pushes For Truce In Israel As Battle In Gaza Continues - CBS 2's Don Dahler has more on the diplomatic efforts to end the violence and the toll it is taking on civilians. Update: The FAA lifts flight restrictions for Ben-Gurion International Airport.

Warning Call to Wafa Hospital Before IDF Targets Site -Hamas has turned Wafa Hospital into a command center and a rocket-launching site. Hamas has fired at Israel and at IDF forces from the hospital. As a result, the IDF repeatedly conveyed warnings to the hospital staff and urged civilians to leave the area. Hamas continued firing from the hospital. In response, the IDF targeted specific sites and terrorists within the hospital grounds. Secondary explosions can be seen, confirming IDF intelligence about the site. July 21-23, 2014.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

IDF Reservist Talks with Al Jazeera

Izzy Ezagui, a young American who served in the Israeli army, lost his arm while on duty in 2008 and is still a reservist today. He recounts his days on duty and discusses the current conflict in Gaz with Al Jazeera America owned by Qatar, one of Hamas' greatest ally.