Among the most exciting moments in this process of Redemption is watching the pieces come together. Anyone can do this. (You don't have to be a prophet!) Just by being an observer of the human scene,...current events, talk radio, internet news and daily experiences,--all this can be eye-opening about how the Rebbe's prophecy is being fulfilled.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Russian Police Chorus sings "Let My People Go," almost 20 years after Soviet Jews were finally free to emigrate

From the country that brought you pogroms, the KGB, mass killings and Siberian slave camps comes this rendition,--of "Let My People Go," about the liberation of the Jewish people from Egypt. This song now appears to be popular in the former Soviet Union, with different versions popping up on YouTube. The exodus of millions of Soviet Jews and the collapse of the "Evil Empire" is one of the most well-known and astounding prophecies of the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Two years before that magical "year of miracles," 1990, the Rebbe advised Professor Herman Branover to build housing for Russians in Israel. At that time, it seemed totally unlikely, but Professor Branover went ahead and built,--but not nearly enough! Prior to this, in 1966, the Rebbe said that Communism would fall and be preceded by a mass emigration of Jews. This was perhaps the most bloodless revolution the world had ever seen.
Enjoy the video! (submitted by E. R. Milchtein)

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

"It is only on our part to do something additional in the realm of goodness and kindness." Lubavitcher Rebbe Melech HaMoshiach

Jewish Community Brings Kosher Food to Storm-Stranded El  Al Fliers at JFK

Starving Passengers,nearly 17 hours without food, receive an avalanche of pizza, bagels, fish, meat, soda and crackers schlepped in blizzard conditions by stores and individuals.  

Five Towns, Far Rockaway community 
rescues stranded El Al passengers with Glatt Kosher food

With their plane delayed, 500 stranded El Al passengers in JFK airport 
are eating well thanks to the generosity of community members in Far 
Rockaway and the Five Towns.
Trouble began for passengers on the 002 El Al flight to Israel almost 
immediately after they boarded their plane at 7 p.m last night. A heavy 
snowstorm blanketed the east coast, grounding air traffic to a 
standstill. The flight was continuously delayed and when El Al finally 
decided to cancel the flight, the airport had closed and the runway had 
iced over. Passengers were forced to stay on the airplane until three 
a.m. By the time passengers managed to disembark, they, along with 
another El Al flight that had been delayed, faced another hurdle.
"You can't get kosher food at four in the morning," said Roberta Bauer 
of Far Rockaway who was traveling with her husband.
As the night turned to day, El Al attempted to get sandwiches to the 
passengers but the truck got snowed in.
It had been a particularly long night for Rabbi Benzion Klatzko. Leaving 
Monsey at six on Sunday night to make his 11 p.m. flight, Rabbi Klatzko 
made it to the airport at about the same time the passengers of El Al 
flight 002 were allowed off the plane. Rabbi Klatzko, the national 
director of outreach for the Wolfson Foundation, was running a trip for 
unaffiliated Jewish college students. Altogether over 200 of the 
passengers were visiting Israel as part of Birthright and Aish HaTorah 
programs. The delays and lack of food were having an effect on the trip 
"It was pretty brutal and some of these kids were even speaking about 
pulling out of the trip," Rabbi Klatzko explained. 

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Saturday, January 22, 2011

"The World Will Be Filled with the Knowledge of G-d As Waters Cover the Sea..."

Why are a thousand Catholic students flocking to hear a Rabbi? An emissary (shliach) of the Rebbe King Moshiach says it's the Messianic Era.

Shliach Teaches Catholic Pupils

More than a thousand Catholic High School students from the Greater Toronto area came to Chabad RabbiMeir Gitlin to learn.
Just in the past two months, more than a thousand Catholic High School students from all over the Greater Toronto Area have come to Chabad of Markham to learn.

Rabbi Meir Gitlin, a Shliach in Markham for over 20 years, has been following a clear directive of the Rebbe to create opportunities to teach the seven Noahide laws to non Jews.

In his lecture, he not only discusses and explains the rational reasons and benefits of adhering to a moral code of conduct but the spiritual as well.

Every few weeks or so, two or three bus loads of Catholic students line up outside the Chabad House.

As they enter the building, the students place yarmulkes on their heads and enter the shul to sit quietly and respectfully as Rabbi Gitlin talks and takes questions periodically through his lecture.

"The Rebbe instructed us to do all we can to also prepare the nations of the world for Moshiach through promoting and teaching the commandments which establish morality in the world - the Seven Noahide Laws," the Shliach told COLlive.com.

"In the last two months, the schools have actually been calling me for an appointment," he added. "These groups are coming because they're Heaven sent. It a sign of the times - Moshiach Tzieten."

For pictures of the lectures, please click here:

Thursday, January 13, 2011

"That's not happening as long as I have breath in my lungs." - Allen West, Congressman, FL, on Hamas's agenda to destroy the Jewish people.

Another voice on the national scene speaking out for Israel is Allen West, Republican Congressman from Florida. "If G-d has ordained the land of Israel, there is nothing man can do about it," he says.
To him its clear: the land of Israel belongs to the Jewish people. Many from the nations of the world are affirming the first commentary by Rashi in the Bible on the Creation: " "All the earth belongs to the Holy One, blessed be He; He created it and gave it to whom He pleased. When He willed He gave (the land of Israel) to (the seven nations) and when He willed He took it from them and gave it to us."

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Iran Seeks Revenge for Ancient Victory of Mordechai and Esther.

So many thousands of years later and Purim is in the headlines! Present-day Iran is grousing over the ancient victory of the Jewish people against the wicked Haman. Imagine. The Jews slayed 77,000 of their attackers, according to Iranian sources. (There's that number..."770," the headquarters of King Moshiach on Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, NY.) And strangely, when this news broke, a plane crashed in Iran killing 77.

Esther and Mordechai by Arent de Gelde

Iranian Threats of Revenge for Mordechai's 'Purim Massacre' 

by Gil Ronen

Jan 9, 2011 ... More than 2000 years after Jews under Mordechai routed ancient Persians, modern Iranians threaten to damage Mordechai's tomb.

According to the official Iranian news agency MEHR, a group of about 250 student-members of the Basij militia gathered in front of the tomb in December and threatened to tear it down The Basij members sent to threaten the landmark were students from Abu Ali Sina University. They said they were responding to alleged Israeli plans to damage the Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem
"Muslims, be aware that [the Israelis] have started the destruction of Al-Aqsa mosque while their second sacred site in Iran, the Esther and Mordecai tomb, is at peace and no Muslims make a sound," the protesters stated. "We, the student basijis... warn Zionist regime leaders if they assault the Al-Aqsa mosque in any way we will destroy the tomb of these lowly murderers," they said.
Mordechai and Esther, they accused, massacred 77 thousand Iranians in a single day. Some of them wore burial shrouds as a declaration of their willingness to die for their cause.
According to a report on FightHatred.com, Iranian authorities have also taken to revising the history of Esther and Mordechai, teaching schoolchildren that the two carried out a massacre of tens of thousands of non-Jews, and that the annual Jewish festival of Purim is celebrated by Jews to commemorate this “Iranian Holocaust”.
Related Video: The Tomb of Esther and Mordechai in Hamedan Iran

To see the tomb of Mordechai & Esther,, please click here:

Iran Plane Crash Kills 77

Jan 10, 2011 – 8:36 AM - AOL News
Rescuers are wading through deep snow today to try to pluck survivors and clues from the wreckage of a plane crash that killed at least 77 people in northwest Iran.

Iranian media blamed Sunday night's Iran Air crash on poor visibility and technical glitches, but investigators still have to analyze the plane's black box flight recorders, retrieved from the ghastly crash site today.

Thursday, January 6, 2011

Goodness & Kindness Revolution: The Rebbe's Prophetic Words Come True

In 1991, CNN came to the Sunday dollars line and asked the Rebbe, "What is your message to the world?" The Rebbe responded with the now famous request, "Moshiach (the Messiah) is ready to come now. It is only on our part to do something additional in the realm of goodness and kindness." From the power of this statement, a revolution is taking place.

Below are examples: Yahoo's current home page, "See How Good Grows," and Robert Votruba's "One Million Acts of Kindess." Also: Random Acts of Kindness Foundation.  Then view the CNN video.
suggested by R.R.
For Yahoo's "See How Good Grows,"please click here

For Bob Votruba's "Million Acts of Kindness," please click here:
suggested by Y.H.

CNN Interview with the Lubavitcher Rebbe King Moshiach:

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

G-d's thank you to Chile? No damage in 7.1 earthquake.

When the  Chilean miners were rescued several months ago, the President of Chile, Sebastian Pinera,  publicly thanked G-d for the miracle. More than that,...members of the Chilean parliament went to the most obvious place where G-d is found: The Western Wall. They traveled to the Holy City to acknowledge that the miners' rescue was not just a matter of mortal effort, but a Divine act of kindness. For this public show of faith, consider the following miracle of the Chilean earthquake: no tsunami, no damage, no loss of life.  Has Chile assumed something akin to "most favored nation" status in G-d's eyes? News item and video below.
Inspired by EDB.

Magnitude-7.1 quake shakes southern Chile

SANTIAGO, Chile – A magnitude-7.1 earthquake shook southern Chile on Sunday, prompting tens of thousands to flee the coast for higher ground amid fears it could generate a tsunami like the one that ravaged the area last year.
There were no reports of deaths or damage, and Vicente Nunez, head of the National Emergency Office, said no tsunami alert was issued.
"There has been no harm to people, no harm to property," Nunez said. "We will continue monitoring."
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center in Hawaii also said a destructive Pacific Ocean-wide tsunami was not expected.
President Sebastian Pinera urged calm in an address to the nation.
"There was an exercise of self-evacuation, which is exactly what we have asked people to do," Pinera said. "Fortunately we do not have to lament accidents or losses of life."
Some cell-phone communications and electrical power were knocked out in the Araucania region where the quake was centered, 370 miles (595 kilometers) south-southwest of the capital, Santiago.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the epicenter was about 45 miles (70 kilometers) away from the provincial capital of Temuco, which has a population of about 250,000.
The quake struck at a depth of about 11 miles (17 kilometers), according to the USGS, and there was at least one aftershock of 5.0 magnitude.
When the first temblor struck, people in several coastal cities quickly moved away from the ocean, abandoning some shopping centers entirely.
In the communities of La Araucania, Puerto Saavedra, Tolten and Teodoro Smith, an estimated 50,000 people voluntarily evacuated to higher ground, according to Nunez.
Hundreds of tourists spending the New Year's holiday at the resorts of Villarica and Pucon cut their trips short and headed north, clogging roads and toll stations.
Residents of the region have fresh memories of the magnitude-8.8 quake and resulting tsunami on Feb. 27, 2010, that killed at least 521 people and left 200,000 homeless.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

A "Redemption Gentile"? Astounding how tuned-in this lady seems to be....

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Shouting to the Darkness

By Cami Davis

Every year we are asked, “Why do you celebrate Chanukah?” and/or “Are you Jewish?” I understand people’s curiosity. I even understand that they may think it’s a little weird. Heck, I even think it’s a little weird that I’m not Jewish and I celebrate Chanukah. But like I tell my kids, sometimes weird is good. It means you’re not following the norm. And more often than not these days, it’s the norm that’s becoming weird. Since the question keeps coming up, I thought I would write a little ditti about why we celebrate Chanukah.

CNN is airing a show called 2010 CNN Heroes: An All Star Tribute. Even though it’s CNN, I like shows about everyday people who are heroes. More acknowledgment needs to be given to people who go out of their way to make a positive difference in this world. Chanukah is a time for acknowledging heroes. It’s a time for me to remind my children that the biggest heroes and the people worth looking up to are those who fight for just causes.

Chanukah is a story about a group of underdogs fighting for a just cause: the honor of God and religious freedom. It is a story about people fed up with oppression and finally doing something about it. Think American Revolution. Chanukah is a story of triumph over evil, of light driving away darkness. 
Please read all of "Shouting to the Darkness" by clicking here: