Thursday, May 16, 2013

The Kiddish Hashem Under The World's Nose

Check this link about the real life matzav in Israel from the State's beginning.

Business Insider:

It's a shame the Geulah and the World's biggest Kiddish Hashem this side of Galus went unnoticed by the World outside of the Zionist communities. It seems we all missed the boat [for example summer camps like Young Judaea TOTALLY missed the boat in our chinuch as to WHAT Israel is/was/will be], and only the internet 100 years later starts to tell us what was going down. I must say, I'm even more proud now to be here and raise my family here.
Baruch Hashem and may Geulah wrap up soon, bringing closure to a long process that we all are a part of, for better or worse, as per each one's contribution.

"...The notion of the "Land of Israel" ("Eretz Yisrael" known in Hebrew) has been sacred to the Jewish people since Biblical times. Various empires — including those of the Persians, Romans, Umayyads, and Ottomans — conquered the area until World War I when Britain took control of the area and subsequently declared it Mandatory Palestine in 1920. Modern Jewish migration to the area (at the time Ottoman-ruled Palestine) began in 1881, and the movement to establish a Jewish state in the Land of Israel formally began with the birth of the World Zionist Organization in 1887."....

Click the link above to read the story through the pictures on the site that show real life in early Israel. 


Anonymous said...

Tel Aviv 2012: Israel's most populous city??? I think not. Yerushalayim has nearly a million people now. Tel Aviv is about half that size. Business Insider doesn't know what it's talking about.

CDG, Yerushalayim

LondonMale said...

It is debatable as to city size. Certainly the administrative district that calls itself Tel Aviv has less population than Jerusalem, but if you add in the suburbs of Bat Yam, Holon, Givatayim, Ramat Gan, Bnei Brak and Petah Tikvah the Tel Aviv metropolitan area has more people, even more so if you include nearby areas which are to all intents and purposes suburbs such as Hertzliya and Ra'anana.

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