I am withdrawing my support for Lt. Col. Shlomo Eisner: I received eye witness reports of the fact that he beat Jewish Settlers one of the witnesses is on the Likud Central Committee. When he beat settlers he had the backing of his superiors but when he hit the anarchists and anti-Semites he lost support. HASHEM gave him measure for measure – you want to advance by beating MY CHILDREN, I will withhold your advancement from you!
Thursday, April 26, 2012
And any man of the children of Israel or of the strangers who sojourn among them, who traps a quarry of a wild animal or bird that may be eaten, and sheds its blood, he shall cover it [the blood] with dust.
who traps: [Had the verse stated only this phrase,] we would know only [that this law applies to] creatures that require trapping. But how would we know [that the law includes also] geese and roosters, [which do not require trapping]? Scripture, therefore, adds [the word] צֵיד -a quarry, meaning in any way [even if not trapped]. But if so, why is it stated, “who traps”? [To teach us] that one should not eat flesh except with this preparation, [meaning, that just as one does not go out to trap every day, neither should one eat meat regularly at all his meals, as if he had to go out and trap it]. — [Torath Kohanim 17:111; Chul. 84a] אשר יצוד: אין לי אלא ציד, אווזין ותרנגולין מנין, תלמוד לומר ציד, מכל מקום. אם כן למה נאמר אשר יצוד, שלא יאכל בשר אלא בהזמנה הזאת: that may be eaten: [This comes] to exclude unclean creatures [which are prohibited to be eaten, that their blood does not require covering]. — [Torath Kohanim 17:112]
As Israel Independence Day closes I wish all a wonderful, blessed and peaceful Shabbos,
Posted by Rabbi Rachamim Pauli at 6:58 PM