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Tiferet Bet Israel

1920 Skippack Pike

Blue Bell, Pennsylvania 19422

United States

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Tiferet Bet Israel offers: Seamless Jewish training, spiritual growth and camaraderie are provided by our Jewish preschool and religious school which engage and inspire our children from Kindergarten through Confirmation and throughout life. Schools are ... more

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Weekly E-blast | Tiferet Israel – A Traditional Congregation

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Tiferet Israel - A Traditional Congregation

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Tiferet Israel Upcoming Events
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Tiferet Israel's Brotherhood and Sisterhood
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Learn to make Indian delicacies and help Tiferet at the same time!
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Have a Yahrzeit, Speedy Recovery, In Honor and Appreciation, or Mazel Tov that you would like to acknowledge with a donation to Tiferet Israel?
Tiferet Israel 10909 Hillcrest Rd Dallas TX 75230 (214) 691-3611 (214) 361-0011 Fax


About Us | Tiferet Israel – A Traditional Congregation

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Tiferet Israel offers the Dallas Jewish community an experience rooted in and guided by Jewish Tradition, Torah and Mitzvot. We believe enriching one's Judaism as well as embracing fellow Jews are two essential foundations of our religion.
We welcome all who are looking for a meaningful Jewish experience, independent of one's background. Anyone wishing to worship, learn, and grow in one's Judaism will find Tiferet to be a special place.
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Send Feedback or Request additional information about Tiferet Israel
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Tiferet Israel 10909 Hillcrest Rd Dallas TX 75230 (214) 691-3611 (214) 361-0011 Fax


Blogs | Tiferet Israel – A Traditional Congregation | Page 4

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Run for the hills Jews: the same Jews who are so proud to tell you how many times they have traveled to Israel, all of a sudden put their travel plans to Israel on hold, whenever the above cited Palestinian cancer refuses to remain in remission and once again rears its ugly head. By the time you read these lines, the Rebbetzin and I will be in Jerusalem. If bus bombings didn't prevent us from being in Israel in the summer of 2002 (have you ever been to a 6 story hotel which is being occupied by less than a dozen guests?), the current spate of stabbings will not get in the way of our travel plans for the latter part of this month either.
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However innocuous those lyrics may be, one need only substitute: you can do anything but threaten to destroy Israel and you'll gain a better understanding as well as appreciation to the speech along with its 44 seconds of silence given last week at the United Nations by the Prime Minister of Israel.
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Threatening to destroy Israel evokes nightmares replete with slogans such as Judenrein, Deutschland Uber Alles, Sieg Heil etc. which just won't dissipate from our Jewish blood stream. Like a Stephen King horror movie, we are convinced that the spirit of the monster Der Fuhrer lives on in the Ayatollah Khomeini. And because of this we adopt the following attitude: Just don't tell me that you are going to destroy Israel. It makes me very angry. Prime Minister Netanyahu's response of anger, indignation and even hurt along with his 44 second glare of silence was not directed solely against Iran. It was directed against the United States as well. Part and parcel of the above mentioned Auschwitz mentality is the fear that when push comes to shove, Israel doesn't have a friend in the world. When the deal with Iran was concluded, the majority of Israelis felt that they had been stabbed in the back. No one likes to be stabbed in the back, especially by one who claims to be your friend. Threatening to destroy Israel is an emotional taunt, not an intellectual taunt. Unfortunately, emotional taunts evoke emotional responses. When the Ayatollah Khomeini makes such a threat, he has no real intention of destroying Israel. The Ayatolla knows he doesn't have such capability. If the Ayatolla had such capability and truly wished to destroy Israel, he would have already done so, without any taunts. The Ayatolla's taunts however serve a twofold purpose: he is able to placate his fringe sector who is even more maniacal than he is, if that's possible; he succeeds in arousing the ire of the Israel's Prime Minister. And any day that the Ayatolla is unable to arouse the ire of the Prime Minister of Israel, is a day that the "sun don't shine". The Prime Minister of Israel then goes ahead and takes the bait. One would be hard pressed to speculate what would happen, if the Prime Minister of Israel would simply choose to ignore the taunts from Tehran. Is it possible that the Ayatollah would desist in taunting, now that he has no audience and "it's no fun anymore"? Does anyone know the Prime Minister's shoe size? I just might order him a backup pair of blue suede shoes to keep in his closet, provided of course he doesn't tell anyone about them.
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Yet, these very same officials, from presidents on down have proven to be good friends to the Jews here in the United States, as well as staunch supporters of Israel. Does this white wash their locker room language concerning Jews? Absolutely not!
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Rubi (meaning no disrespect, the Prime Minister of Israel is referred to as Bibi) was accompanied by his Chief of Staff, Rivkah Ravitz.
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Rabbi’s Blog | Tiferet Israel – A Traditional Congregation | Page 3

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Recall if you will, the lengths that the Jews of pre-state Israel went to, as they attempted to smuggle shiploads of Jewish refugees into the country only to have the British intercept the vast majority of these ships and reroute the passengers Detention Camps in Cyprus (if the immigrants were lucky) or send them back to Europe.
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Being up in arms over a decision by the European Union to require special labeling of Israeli products produced on land that Israel acquired in the 1967 War is no reason for either anger or alarm on the part of the Jewish state. Doesn't Israel realize that Europeans are just being…Europeans. For a country that prides itself on being passionate about history, Israel is taking this far too personally. Surely, Israel recalls the Crusades, when Europeans felt that they were heaven-sent to wrest the Holy Land from the infidel.
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Then and only then, Israel will be looked up to, respected and feared.
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Twenty years later, Rabbi Riskin made Aliyah and currently serves as the Chief Rabbi of Efrat, a city less than 10 miles south of Jerusalem, founded at the same time Rabbi Riskin moved to Israel.
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As I write this article, four days after arriving in Israel, I have come to the following conclusions when it comes restraint:
American Jews can be held responsible for showing too much restraint in their relationship to Israel because, by and large, they have abandoned Israel. American Jews are nowhere to be seen! Since arriving in Israel, I've spoken German to tourists on a number of occasions. (Angela Merkel, arguably Israel's closest ally in Europe, does not bleat "restraint".) I also had my picture taken with a Norwegian family on a street in Meah Shearim, of all places. Since arriving in Israel, I've spoken German to tourists on a number of occasions. (Angela Merkel, arguably Israel's closest ally in Europe, does not bleat "restraint".) I also had my picture taken with a Norwegian family on a street in Meah Shearim, of all places.
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Run for the hills Jews: the same Jews who are so proud to tell you how many times they have traveled to Israel, all of a sudden put their travel plans to Israel on hold, whenever the above cited Palestinian cancer refuses to remain in remission and once again rears its ugly head. By the time you read these lines, the Rebbetzin and I will be in Jerusalem. If bus bombings didn't prevent us from being in Israel in the summer of 2002 (have you ever been to a 6 story hotel which is being occupied by less than a dozen guests?), the current spate of stabbings will not get in the way of our travel plans for the latter part of this month either.
...
However innocuous those lyrics may be, one need only substitute: you can do anything but threaten to destroy Israel and you'll gain a better understanding as well as appreciation to the speech along with its 44 seconds of silence given last week at the United Nations by the Prime Minister of Israel.
...
Threatening to destroy Israel evokes nightmares replete with slogans such as Judenrein, Deutschland Uber Alles, Sieg Heil etc. which just won't dissipate from our Jewish blood stream. Like a Stephen King horror movie, we are convinced that the spirit of the monster Der Fuhrer lives on in the Ayatollah Khomeini. And because of this we adopt the following attitude: Just don't tell me that you are going to destroy Israel. It makes me very angry. Prime Minister Netanyahu's response of anger, indignation and even hurt along with his 44 second glare of silence was not directed solely against Iran. It was directed against the United States as well. Part and parcel of the above mentioned Auschwitz mentality is the fear that when push comes to shove, Israel doesn't have a friend in the world. When the deal with Iran was concluded, the majority of Israelis felt that they had been stabbed in the back. No one likes to be stabbed in the back, especially by one who claims to be your friend. Threatening to destroy Israel is an emotional taunt, not an intellectual taunt. Unfortunately, emotional taunts evoke emotional responses. When the Ayatollah Khomeini makes such a threat, he has no real intention of destroying Israel. The Ayatolla knows he doesn't have such capability. If the Ayatolla had such capability and truly wished to destroy Israel, he would have already done so, without any taunts. The Ayatolla's taunts however serve a twofold purpose: he is able to placate his fringe sector who is even more maniacal than he is, if that's possible; he succeeds in arousing the ire of the Israel's Prime Minister. And any day that the Ayatolla is unable to arouse the ire of the Prime Minister of Israel, is a day that the "sun don't shine". The Prime Minister of Israel then goes ahead and takes the bait. One would be hard pressed to speculate what would happen, if the Prime Minister of Israel would simply choose to ignore the taunts from Tehran. Is it possible that the Ayatollah would desist in taunting, now that he has no audience and "it's no fun anymore"? Does anyone know the Prime Minister's shoe size? I just might order him a backup pair of blue suede shoes to keep in his closet, provided of course he doesn't tell anyone about them.
...
Yet, these very same officials, from presidents on down have proven to be good friends to the Jews here in the United States, as well as staunch supporters of Israel. Does this white wash their locker room language concerning Jews? Absolutely not!
...
Tiferet Israel 10909 Hillcrest Rd Dallas TX 75230 (214) 691-3611 (214) 361-0011 Fax


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