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  • The Mission Continues

    As in the past so it remains today - we were and still are under the selfsame commitment to adhere to the directions of the Gedolei Yisrael, who stand guard against breaches of purity threatening our camp. When we were required to ask – we asked. When we were instructed to depart – we left. The moment we are summoned back to raise the flag, every other consideration is pushed to the side and we answer: We are ready!

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  • Harav Yisrael Friedman zy”a, the Rebbe of Husyatin

    מוטי, ויקיפדיה העברית

    The ancestral chain of Harav Yisrael Friedman, the founder of the Husyatin chassidic court, originates with the holy Baal Shem Tov. The Husyatin chassidus has its roots in Galicia and eventually came to Tel Aviv, during the turbulent years between the two World Wars.

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  • Maccabi'im Gravesite

    In honour of Chanukah, we will discuss a fascinating, ongoing investigation attempting to establish the place of burial of Mattisyahu Kohen Gadol and his family.

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Ahmadinejad: "Our Nuclear Rights are Non-Negotiable"

"The Iranian nation's nuclear rights are not negotiable," said the Iranian President this morning, asking for a discussion of the issue opposite the International Atomic Energy Agency. Ahmadinejad claims that the West will "benefit" from nuclear cooperation with Iran. The West is losing patience – Iran is stretching its limits.

Eitan Fried 16/11/2009 11:56

The West is losing patience with Iran, and Iran is digging its heels into the ground: "Our nuclear rights are non-negotiable," said the President of Iran, Mahmourd Ahmadinejad, yesterday. He says that on the topic of Iran's nuclear development, there is simply no room for discussion.

Ahmadinejad was quoted yesterday by the Iranian student news agency, ISNA, as saying, "The Iranian nation's nuclear rights are not negotiable and our nuclear cooperation will be done within the UN nuclear watchdog's framework."

With regard to the demands being made by the international community on Iran to cooperate in the discussions about the country's nuclear future, Ahmadinejad had a suggestion of his own on the matter: the rest of the world should start cooperating with him. "Nuclear cooperation with Iran is beneficial to the West," said the Iranian President.

The comments made by Ahmadinejad came just a day after the two leaders of the West, US President Barak Obama and Russian President Dmitri Medvedev voiced their concern that time is running out for the Iran talks. During a meeting between the two in Singapore, Medvedev said, "Thanks to joint efforts the process of (the Iran talks) has not stopped but we are not completely happy about its pace. If something does not work there are other means to move the process further."