TA’ANIT ESTHER SEGULOT AND INSIGHTS
Rabbi Yisroel Yungreis wrote the following a couple of years ago.
It is written in the holy book "Kav Hayashar" any individual who needs divine assistance Rachamonus- compassion on any issue should say Psalm 22, Ayelet Hashachar on Tannis Esther. Just as Esther was helped so to in the merit of Esther and Mordechai Hashem will open the gates of compassion for his children.
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MaanNews, the Palestinian news agency has published an article titled Ahmad Dawabsha visits Duma for the first time since deadly arson attack.
"On Saturday, unidentified assailants set fire to a house in Duma, targeting the only witness of the attack which killed Ahmad’s family."
A statement by the United Nations Coordinator for Humanitarian Assistance and Development Aid, Mr. Robert Piper, on the arson attack included, "I strongly condemn today’s arson attack by suspected Jewish extremists on the home of Palestinian Ibrahim Dawabsheh in the occupied West Bank village of Duma."
If the Palestinian news agency doesn't know who the unidentified assailants are, how can Mr. Piper blame the attack on suspected Jewish extremists?
Also, how come the New York Times knows more about the attack in Duma in July than the Palestinian news agency? After all, the New York Times quoted two witnesses whereas MaanNews wrote there was a sole witness to the attack.
Witnesses said that they saw masked men in black clothing throw firebombs through the windows of two homes near the village entrance around 2 a.m., shortly after the family returned from visiting relatives. Mr. Dawabsheh, the neighbor, and another eyewitness, Ali Raqi, 21, both said they saw two men standing over the couple, their clothes still alight.
“I reached the house, and I found Saad, lying on the ground,” said Mr. Raqi, who was awake, unable to sleep from the heat. “Riham was there, by the well,” he said. “Riham told me, I have a son, for the sake of God, help him.”