Today in History, May 1: 1943: The first of four trains carrying nearly 11,000 Jews arrive at Auschwitz from Salonika, Greece. This would mark the next step in the end of this ancient Jewish community that lives on in their unique music including that which is used in chanting Psalm 118.
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dimona reactor missile

11-14-12

ALERT: Missiles Fired on Nuclear Reactor in Dimona

Palestinian terrorists have fired missiles at the Nuclear Reactor in the Israeli city of Dimona.

Palestinian terrorists have fired missiles at the Nuclear Reactor in the Israeli city of Dimona.

The missiles fell in an open field and did not cause any injuries, nor did it hit the intended target.

The missiles were launched shortly after the IDF launched operation "Amud Anan" early on Wednesday, November 14th with the targeted assassination of the commander of Hamas's "military" terror wing, Ahmed Jaabari.

"Amud Anan" was launched in response to the hundreds of rockets that the residents of Southern Israel have encountered in the past week.

Prime Minister Netanyahu held a press conference on Wednesday evening stating that Israel will not "come to terms" with the attacks on its citizens.

The alert level in Israel was raised to "gimel" which is one level below the highest level which is usually implemented during a full scale war.


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Soul Food, May 1

"Thy fingers make early flowers of all things.
Thy hair mostly the hours love.
A silence that sings, saying
Though life be but a day,
We will go a-Maying."
-E.E. Cummings