Newly arrived Falash Mura from Ethiopia are assigned to a hostel in Tiberias. They've spent much of the last three weeks in the hostel's bomb shelter, but are not complaining. The CBC reports:
Yayesh Aitagl, who arrived with her husband and daughter 15 months ago, said she is scared, even though the staff at the hostel help by showing them what to do.
Her husband, Truye, worked as a driver in Ethiopia and confesses that he didn't expect this when he came to Israel.
"No, I didn't think it would like this," he said. "I am surprised, but I think it will all work out all right in the end. After all, it isn't targeted at us, we are only going through what all the Jewish people are going through."
Meanwhile, a haredi commenter who calls himself moshe kaufman left a series of comments today critical of this blog and most of our readers. This particular comment (left today on a post posted months ago) encapsulates his worldview:
stop slandering the names of reb elyashiv and reb chaim kaniveskiwho
are two of the holiest people on earth or you will find yourselves
sliding donw the slipery slope straight to hell faster thatn you can
say 1,2,3 you sick freaks i mean don't you have ANYTHING better to do
with you're time you guys afe such losers if that's all you have time
to do is this stupid shit oh yeah and STOP SCREAMING ABOUT THE FUCKING
NIGGERS IN AFRICA!! you're jewish brothers and sisters are being killed
by hamas in israel and you still won't shut up about those STUPID
Such a wonderful American yeshiva education on display. I'll bet you make your rosh yeshiva very proud.