The American Mainstream Media’s Pro-Terrorist Anti-Israel Bias
Dutch public broadcasting channel: ''Toy' parody is not anti-Semitic'
This morning I came across a twitter feed with comments about the Eurovision contest which included a tweet, "No place for a country intent on genocide and racial discrimination in Eurovision."
Another person tweeted, "Who did Israel pay? Their pockets are deep, the money lenders of old! They were this first real loan sharks as religion wouldn’t allow money lending."
When she was called out for her tweet, she responded, "I’m not against Jews in the slightest just against what Israel are doing to the Palestinians and the rest of the Middle East. This is the trouble as soon as you criticise Israel you are called anti Semitic!"
Excuse me, but wasn't she the one to insert religion into her tweet?
The pasuk says (7:12) “VaYehi HaMakriv B’Yom Rishon Es Korbonoi Nachshon Ben Aminadav”; the one to sacrifice the Korban on the first day was Nachshon Ben Aminadav. The gemara in Megila (10b) tells us that “VaYehi” can mean sadness. Why was Nachshon so sad on this great day of Chanukas HaMishkan where he was rightfully honored to be the first Nasi to bring his Korban?
Rav Pinchos MiKoritz says that his modesty and humility caused him great pain when receiving this honor. Why him first? Why was he so special? This is why the pasuk says “Es Korbonoi Nachshon”; Nachshon himself was sacrificed when he was honored to bring the Korban. (Iturei Torah)