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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

What to do with your leftover Challah

What do you do with your leftover Challah? My wife tries really hard not to have any. My mother-in-law makes it into French Toast for my kids. In Tottenham, England, they have a different idea.

Let's go to the videotape (Hat Tip: The JC).

And for the record, according to someone who was there, the Challah was being given to camera crews and spectators - and not to rioters.

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At 7:52 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Guardian responds with a demo proving the evil Hassidic Jews' lethal intentions

At 1:10 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Shy Guy

Those Hassidic Jews at the demo were merely onlookers. They are harmless. Shame on the Guardian reporter who wrote that.

The Hassidic Jew the Guardian should be concentrating on, is David Yerushalmi, in the USA, a white supremacist, who is leading the anti Sharia march in the USA. Lying and bigotry and Islamophobia is his stock in trade, and he is Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer's lawyer. Doesn’t this hate monger know that the first amendment protects religious rights? Islam is an American religion, and it will go from strength to strength.

Your allies lawyer who happens to be a far right Zionist as all Islamophobes are, is headed for disaster. He underestimates Muslims grossly. Like his predecceors in Medina, who dreamt of destroying Muslims and islam, he and his cohoots are headed towards a stunning mushroom cloud defeat.

The Man Behind the Anti-Shariah Movement
Published: July 30, 2011
In fact, it is the product of an orchestrated drive that began five years ago in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, in the office of a little-known lawyer, David Yerushalmi, a 56-year-old Hasidic Jew with a history of controversial statements about race, immigration and Islam.


His interest in Islamic law began with the Sept. 11 attacks, he said, when he was living in Ma’ale Adumim, a large Jewish settlement in the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
At the time, Mr. Yerushalmi, a native of South Florida, divided his energies between a commercial litigation practice in the United States and a conservative research institute based in Jerusalem, where he worked to promote free-market reform in Israel.
After moving to Brooklyn the following year, Mr. Yerushalmi said he began studying Arabic and Shariah under two Islamic scholars, whom he declined to name. He said his research made clear that militants had not “perverted” Islamic law, but were following an authoritative doctrine that sought global hegemony


It is not the first time Mr. Yerushalmi has engaged in polemics. In a 2006 essay, he wrote that “most of the fundamental differences between the races are genetic,” and asked why “people find it so difficult to confront the facts that some races perform better in sports, some better in mathematical problem-solving, some better in language, some better in Western societies and some better in tribal ones?” He has also railed against what he sees as a politically correct culture that avoids open discussion of why “the founding fathers did not give women or black slaves the right to vote.”


On its Web site, the Anti-Defamation League, a prominent Jewish civil rights organization, describes Mr. Yerushalmi as having a record of “anti-Muslim, anti-immigrant and anti-black bigotry.” His legal clients have also drawn notoriety, among them Pamela Geller, an incendiary blogger who helped drive the fight against the Islamic community center and mosque near ground zero.


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