Sunday, April 19, 2015

Chief Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau Talks About Mengele Yms"h

Former Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi of Israel, Rabbi Yisrael Meir Lau, himself a survivor of the Buchenwald concentration camp, Talks about Mengele Yms"h how he used his thumb to send Jews to Death or Life, at the annual March of the Living from Auschwitz to Birkenau 2015

This Old Man Just Wants To Carry His Pipe

When it comes to hauling things, folks tend to do whatever it is they can to get their load from point A to point B and this time, it means dragging a rather long pipe over parked cars.

In this instance the old man puts his pipe through his car windows and lets it hang out several yards on either side and makes its way down a somewhat crowded street, crashing into everything in site and leaving a mark on a few parked cars! This guy truly doesn’t care!

Snow Causes Massive Pileup on I-80 in Wyoming

More than 40 cars and trucks were involved in a huge pileup on Interstate 80 in Wyoming on Thursday afternoon.

According to the Wyoming Highway Patrol, 33 semi trucks and 12 other vehicles crashed during a blizzard between Cheyenne and Laramie. Many other motorists were stranded behind the accident that completely blocked the highway.

Sixteen victims were taken by ambulance and 11 more were taken by a school bus to a hospital in Cheyenne. Six were listed in critical condition, but the Wyoming Highway Patrol said there are no reports of fatalities.

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Gorilla Charges at Family at Zoo, Breaks Glass Barrier

A family visit to the gorilla exhibit at an Omaha zoo turned terrifying when a male blackback (a young silverback) charged the group, slamming into the glass barrier Thursday morning.

The only protection from the powerful primate’s fury — the triple-pane safety glass — partially cracked under the impact of the attack.

While the incident sent the family running from the enclosure, The Zoo Management says that the gorilla, Kijito, only managed to crack one of the panes and the public was never really in danger.

Kijito is 20 years old, which makes him essentially a rambunctious, older teenager in gorilla years.  He has been with the zoo since 1996.

Breslov Chossid Enjoys Theme Park Roller Coaster

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Israeli Man Dies After Possible Car Ramming Attack

Shalom Yohai Sherki, 25, of Jerusalem, died in hospital on Thursday morning after being struck by a car on Wednesday night. Shira Klein, 20, who was injured in the same incident, is hospitalized in a serious but stable condition.

The Israel Police reported on Thursday that the driver of the car, a 37-year-old Palestinian from Anta, was being held for questioning. The suspicion is increasing among the police that the incident was a terror attack, rather than an accident.

Sherki and Klein were injured on Wednesday night when a car drove into them while they were standing at a bus stop in Jerusalem's French Hill neighborhood.

The Palestinian driver and his passenger were lightly injured. Sherki and Klein were evacuated in serious condition to Hadassah University Hospital in Ein Karem.

Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat arrived at the scene Wednesday night along with heavy police forces and emergency crew.

The incident occurred on Route 1, not far from some of the car ramming attacks in Jerusalem in recent months.


Thousands of people attended Sherki's burial in Jerusalem's Givat Shaul cemetery on Thursday.



Child Soloist Gershon Gefner & Choir - Koach

At a recent Bar Mitzvah, Song composed by Dudi Kalish

Ever Wondered Why Your Luggage Breaks Sometimes

Airport Baggage System pushers at an international airport somewhere.

Israel Marks Holocaust Memorial Day

Israelis have come to a mournful, two-minute standstill as sirens pierced the air in remembrance of the 6 million Jews killed in the Nazi Holocaust during World War II.

Israel’s annual Holocaust memorial day, marked Thursday, is one of the most solemn on the nation’s calendar.

As the siren sounded, cars and buses pulled over on the side of highways and roads. Motorists stepped out of their cars and pedestrians stopped in their tracks, bowing their heads as they remembered those who perished.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Moshe Weintraub & Friends Sing For Cholai Yisroel

Erev Yom Kippur 2014 in Beit Rivka Rehabilitation Center in Petach Tikva, Israel

First Doughnut Has Been Launched Into Space

Two Swedish brothers used a weather balloon to launch a frozen doughnut into space.