Crown Heights Info has an article titled Students Perform Mitzvos for The Holy Land.
Rav Kanievsky addressed the residents of Bnei Brak about the words of yesteryear from the Chazon Ish that the city will not be struck by bombs. Rav Kanievsky wrote in a letter that it is not a kiddush Hashem if the words of a tzaddik are only fulfilled during his lifetime and not upon the tzaddik's petirah. Thus, Rav Kanievsky reassured the residents that the words still apply to this day.
Shirat Devorah posts about The Shmira Project - For Soldiers and Residents in Danger.
Chadrei Charedim reports about an initiative to pray for every soldier. Click here for information in Hebrew.
BBCWatch discusses BBC’s Jon Donnison Tweets malicious fauxtography.
For the Twitter uninitiated, Donnison is retweeting to his 7,971 followers a Tweet by one Hazem Balousha – a Palestinian ‘journalist and social activist’ – including a picture titled “Pain in Gaza”, to which Donnison adds his own commentary – “Heartbreaking”.
Except – as has already been pointed out to Donnison – it does not come from Gaza.
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Jon Donnison has tweeted the following clarification.
A photo I retweeted from another journo yesterday showing children injured was NOT in Gaza as I said but apparently from Syria. Apologies.
Did he find this photo heartbreaking enough to retweet when the child was identified as one from Syria?