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Adar 21, 5770, 3/7/2010
Now, Yvonne may not be able to bear to read this blog or watch this video that someone sent me in an email, so my sympathies to her in advance. However, the good news is that the American People have woken up (those that choose to not hide their heads in the sand), to realize that the America they once knew, is almost gone. The question is though, "Is it too late?".
Some of you may be wondering, "Why is Tamar writing about the White House?". The reason is, is because if there IS a communist on the White House, then this will have an adverse effect on Israel as well. Communism is an enemy of religious freedom, of Zionism, and of course, of G-d. And the reason for this is, that communism calls for complete obedience. The 'collective' or the 'state' is of all importance, and the people, the private person, is just a brick in the wall.
One must give complete obedience to' the state' and not have any other 'law' or 'belief' which threatens one's submission to the all powerful government. This is why religious people, people who believe in G-d and the Bible, are automatic 'enemies of the state'. Because if they believe in a Higher Power, if they believe in G-d, then G-d's law will surpass the State's law, and this is unacceptable in communism. This is why the U.S.S.R. had to kill G-d. There was no room for G-d in a communist state. And this is why the Jews who lived in Soviet Russia were not allowed to be 'Jewish', to study Torah or learn Hebrew, or attend synagogue, or perform a circumcision, or celebrate any Jewish holidays. The U.S.S.R. stripped religion away from their population, turning them in to atheists with no higher or 'divine' law to adhere to.
If communists in the White House (?) have their way, Bible believing Jews and Gentiles in the U.S.A. will also find themselves as 'enemies of the state' -without their wanting to. Right now, being a 'religious' person in 'Amerika' could conceivably be a crime. A G-d fearing person could be accused of 'hate speech' because he would counsel against sodomy - as G-d says it is an 'abominable' act. And recently, a new bill is being pushed in Massachusetts against circumcision on anyone without their consent. This would quite possibly mean that if this bill is passed, no Jew in Massachusetts would be able to circumcise their son until they were 18 years old, instead of 8 days old.
As an aside, it amazes me that these liberals are so worried about any trauma a circumcision might cause a baby, but are pro-actively adamant when it comes to abortion. Seems to me that being murdered inside your mother's womb is pretty traumatic...
People who grew up loving America, its constitution, and their personal freedoms, will all of a sudden find themselves as targets of that same government they once loved. But I shall say again what Shifra Hoffman once said on my show, something akin to: "If Americans think that their constitution will save them, they better think again. The constitution is only as strong as the people willing to roll up their sleeves and defend it." And with up to 30 million illegals, as well as a plethora of un-educated drop-outs and dumbed-down kids, and a lot of leftist liberals, democrats and progressives who make up a great deal of the population that would like to see 'change', then conservative patriotic Americans are going to have a hard time keeping their country from turning into a commie-zombie horror film. Let's face it, as it is now, Americans can't even get their president to produce his birth certificate to put to rest their legitimate concerns that he may not be eligible to hold the office of the presidency. Why don't the courts enforce the law?
Many Americans today believe that there has been a communist infiltration into the White House, and if they are correct, it is certainly a huge 'change' one can believe in.
I once heard a conservative American radio talk show host recite a poem about Obama. It went something like this...
"Roses are red,
...and so is the White House!"
Adar 17, 5770, 3/3/2010
I call Gutman Locks the 'Mitzvah Man'. He is blessed with the will and the opportunity to go out and increase mitzvoth (good deeds, the commandments) in the world. But it wasn't always like that for him, which gives us all hope, that we too can turn around our lives to achieve more than we thought we ever could.
Locks has been through the spiritual spectrum. Born a Jew, he was raised in a household which was not religious Jewishly, though he was told to marry a Jewish girl when he got older. He grew up and became a successful businessman in real estate, made the cover of a magazine but after buying bigger and bigger homes, he thought, 'is this all there is to life?'. He soon afterwards dropped out of the 'American dream', becoming a hippie. Wanting more guidance and direction to the meaning of life, he met a yogi who showed him an amazing movie of her guru in India who had millions of followers. The guru purportedly could materialize diamonds out of thin air. Locks was impressed and took off for India. There, he studied under this famous guru and practiced meditation to an extreme, up to 10 hours a day. After witnessing his spiritual mentor's hypocrisy of how he preached and then how he lived his life, he became disillusioned and left back for the States. More spiritual searching brought him to read the Christian Bible, where he subsequently tore out their second half, keeping only the first five books of Moses, the Torah. He then headed off to Israel to find G-d, where, at the Western Wall, he was helped into a yeshiva to learn Torah and thus he returned to his roots. I interviewed him several years ago, and personally, it still stands as one of my most memorable interviews. It was entitled, "From Hippie, to Guru, to Religious Jew".
Now, I left out all the good stuff, the details in his story, in order not to make this blog too long. For instance, I didn't tell you about his courage -or naivety(?), of running into the path of a charging elephant in India, or his walking amongst people in India who thought he was a god because they said he was 'glowing' or eminating a light from his body, or his living on a park bench in Central Park, NY, wearing only a sheet wrapped around him. Or his living in Hawaii and walking on the beach hearing voices or 'demons' raging inside his head.
Today, he is a frum Jew and stands at the Kotel looking for Jews to help don Tefillin. He has hundreds of stories to tell about his experiences pulling people off to the side to help them with Tefillin, and some he pulled in, unbeknownst to him turned out to not even be Jewish. ha ha. His story is colorful, yet educational, funny, yet inspiring, and you can read about in his book, "Coming Back To Earth". I HIGHLY recommend it for all, Jew or Gentile. But take out the kleenex and be prepared for some belly laughs as well. It's a book you will want to loan out afterwards to your friends. I loaned out mine, and now I have no idea where it is. (sigh) - I'll have to get another.
Here are some videos of Gutman Locks that are now up at his website. I got an email today with a link to it, and after viewing them (all are short, under 4 minutes or so), I had to giggle, but also had to wipe a tear or two away from my eyes as well. I hope you enjoy them and are inspired by them as I was.
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Adar 14, 5770, 2/28/2010
Yuk, yuk, yuk, ha ha ha (Enjoy the funnies for Purim)
(Announcement by the European Union)
The European Commission has just announced an agreement whereby English will be the official language of the European Union rather than German (which was the other possibility). As part of the negotiations, Her Majesty's Government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a five-year phase-in plan that would become known as "Euro-English."
In the first year, "s" will replace the soft "c". Sertainly, this will make sivil servants jump with joy. The hard "c" will be dropped in favour of "k". This should klear up konfusion, and keyboards kan have one less letter.
There will be growing publik enthusiasm in the sekond year when the troublesome "ph" will be> replaced with "f." This will make words like fotograf 20 per cent shorter.
In the third year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expekted to reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible. Governments will enkourage the removal of double letters which have always ben a deterent to akurate speling. Also, alwil agre that the horibl mes of the silent "e" in the languag is disgrasful and it should go away.
By the fourth yer peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing "th" "z" and "w" with "v".
During ze fifz yer, ze unesesary "o" kan be dropd from vords kontaining "ou" and after ziz fifz yer, ve vil hav a reil sensibl riten styl. Zer vil be no> mor trubl or difikultis and evrivun vil find it ezi tu understand ech oza. Ze drem of a united urop vil finali kum tru!
The Pope goes on a nation wide tour of the the USA. He is picked up at the airport by a limousine and they travel outside the city on long straight highways with hardly anyone else on the road . The Pope, always being driven around in a slow pope-mobile decides this is his opportunity to drive a long sleek car on the open roads, and roll the window down and feel the air flowing through his fingers. He leans over and asks the chauffeur "You know, I hardly ever get to drive. Would you please trade places with me in the back and let me take over?"
The chauffeur, not wanting to say no to the pope stops the car and lets the pope get behind the wheel while he goes to sit in the darkened back seat.
The pope, really excited starts to drive going faster and faster, having a heck of a time, reaching 100mph in a 55 zone.
A policeman sees the speeding limmo and pulls him over. The pope says, "Good day officer." The cop peers inside and jumps back in surprise recognizing the pope. The officer asks the pope to wait a minute. He goes back to his patrol car and radios the chief.
Cop: Chief, I have a problem.
Chief: What sort of problem?
Cop: Well, you see, I pulled over this guy for driving way over the speed limit, but it's someone really important.
Chief: Important like the mayor? Give him a ticket. He gives us hard enough of a time.
Cop: No, no, much more important than that.
Chief: Important like the governor? Give him a ticket, serves him right as he hardly deligates any funds for our county.
Cop: No, no, he's way bigger than the governer.
Chief: Like the president?
Cop: Much more important.
Chief: "Who's more important than the president?"
Cop: "I don't know ...but the Pope is his driver!"
An archaeologist was digging in the Negev Desert in Israel and came upon a casket containing a mummy, a rather rare occurance in Israel, to say the least. After examining it, he called the curator of the Israel museum in Jerusalem.
An American an Indian and an Israeli go out for a meal. The waiter comes over and says I'm sorry but we have a Shortage of meat tonight could you order something else.
The American says, "What's a 'Shortage'?"
The Indian says,"What's 'Meat'?"
The Israeli says,"What's 'I'm Sorry'?"
Moshe goes to see his Rabbi. "Rabbi, last week I missed saying grace after meals."
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Moses died and went to heaven. God greets him at the Pearly Gates.
"Are you hungry, Moses?" asks God.
"I could eat," Moses replies.
So God opens a can of tuna and reaches for a chunk of rye bread and they share it with a bit of hummus and tahini.
While partaking of this humble meal, Moses looks down into Hell and sees the inhabitants devouring briskets, ricer and pastries for desert. Curious but deeply trusting, he remains quiet.
The next day God again invites Moses to join him for a meal. Again its tuna and rye bread with some hummus and tahini.
And, again, Moses can see those denizens of Hell enjoying chicken, mashed potatoes, peas & carrots, etc...
Still he says nothing.
The following day, mealtime arrives and another can of tuna is opened.
He can't contain him-self any longer.
Meekly, he says:
"God, I am grateful to be here in heaven with You as a reward for the pious, obedient life I led. But here in heaven all I get to eat is tuna and a piece of rye bread,and in that 'other place' they all eat a hearty dinner. I just don't understand."
God says. "You know, you're right. But does it really pay to cook for just two people?"
A laywer moved to the country and bought a donkey from an old farmer for $100.00. The farmer agreed to deliver the donkey the next day. The next day the farmer drove up and said, "Sorry son, but I have some bad news, the donkey died." The lawyer replied, "Well then, just give me my money back." The farmer said, "Can't do that. I went and spent it already." The lawyer said, "OK then, just unload the donkey." The farmer asked, "What ya gonna do with him?" The Lawyer says, "I'm going to raffle him off."
Farmer, " You can't raffle off a dead donkey!"
The lawyer, "Sure I can. Watch me. I just won't tell anybody he is dead."
A month later the farmer met up with the Lawyer and asked, "What happened with that dead donkey?" Lawyer, "I raffled him off. I sold 500 tickets at two dollars a piece and made a profit of $998.00." Farmer, "Didn't anyone complain?" Lawyer, "Just the guy who won. ...So I gave him his two dollars back."
....Now your turn. Leave your favorite (clean) joke as a talk back.
Have a freulich Purim, a HAPPY Purim, and let's all please say a prayer for the victims of the earth quake in Chile.
Adar 11, 5770, 2/25/2010
The Clothes Make the Man of God
by Mori Michael Shelomo Bar-Ron
This is the week of TeSawweh (that’s Tetzaveh for the un-initiated in ancient Hebrew pronunciation) – the Torah portion about sacred clothing, the clothing that would distinguish the Kohen-priests, particularly the High Priest, in their sacred duties. It is also the week I was interviewed by Tamar Yonah (a true honor) about the dubious origins and halakhic problems (according to Torah law) with the relatively late, European custom of dressing up in costume for Purim. How fitting it is for me, then, to teach about one of the more poorly-known aspects of Torah: the importance of a distinct, Jewish dress.
Consider one of the fundamental 613 Commandments of the Torah, in Wayyiqra (Lev.) 18:3:
"After the doings of the land of Egypt, where you dwelled, you shall not do; and after the doings of the land of Canaan, to where I am bringing you, you shall not do; neither shall you walk in their statutes."
The following is a summary of the Oral Torah (the actual halakhah) on this Divine Commandment from the Mishneh Torah, the Code of Jewish Law (Laws of Idolatry chapter 11:1)
"One is not to walk in the statutes of the gentiles, and not to resemble them—not in their dress, and not in their hairstyle, nor in anything else of this sort, as it is written: “neither shall you walk in their statutes.” And it is written, “be careful of yourself, lest you be ensnared after them.” "All this is warning about one thing: That one not resemble them; but rather, that the Israelite be distinguished from them and known in his dress and in his other ways, just as he is distinguished from them in his wisdom and his character. And thus it is written, “and I shall make you distinct from the nations.”
In the miSwath (mitzvah, commandment) lo-tha`aseh (Torah Prohibition) #30 in Sepher ha-miSwoth, we learn that the prohibition against copying the statutes of the gentiles not only pertains to their present customs, but those of their ancestors as well. Now it is possible that RaMBaM changed his opinion since his youth, when he wrote sefer ha-miSwoth, deliberately leaving this detail out of Mishneh Torah. This way the Hamburg-hatted, frock-coated Hassidim and Lithuanian-style Jews could claim that today they have a distinct Jewish look — certainly now that the Christian clergy have moved on to new modes of dress.
To me, it’s a stretch. I could be mistaken, but I see no reason to fight what seems clear: Jews are not to dress in uniquely gentile dress — neither that of the present, nor that of the past. (Note: Whatever I say about Haredi dress is said with the deepest respect for the Haredim and their [our] fierce dedication to Torah. I am one who personally identifies as a Haredi Jew, living in a Haredi neighborhood with children learning in a fine Haredi institution.)
One friend of mine shared with me an additional insight: The black garbed Polish 'look' and black hats/streimels [(and I add to that the modern, tight-fitting Western styles of non-Haredim)] make us look foreign to this land. It is hostile clothing to Israel's climate and we look like aliens, or G-d forbid, foreign oppressors who don’t belong here, imported from Europe. The Arabs and the rest of the world claim this as well. Noting our non-native styles, they can say, “See? These Jews came and stole our land. They don’t belong here – go back to Europe!”
What I believe the nations understand subconsciously, somewhere deep in their souls, is something that pains them greatly: This is not the look (and in many cases not the behavior) of the “kingdom of priests” Israel is supposed to be for us. Barukh HaShem (thank God), I see numerous signs of positive change underway.
How, then, are Jews to ideally dress? Believe it or not, the traditions of our unique dress have not all disappeared. We can still learn them from the Jews of the Orient, very few of whom maintain them to this day. From my own great-great-great grandfather HaRav Yehudah Ha-Levi from Dubrovnik, Serbia, to the senior Hakhamim of Baghdad (below ) to the Torah teachers of Yemen: formal-wear for Jewish men varied little.
Among our warriors, the style differed. Below is a photograph of YaHia Habbani of blessed memory, close family to Ya`aqov Mosha (Awad bin Brihim), father of the esteemed Aluf Abir, Mori Yehoshua Sofer shlit”a. The late uncle is dressed in classical Habbani style, which goes back millennia.
The Aluf Abir himself, an expert on ancient clothing of the Near East, once taught me in the name of his father (who is presently well over 100 years old, may HaShem preserve him in good health) that a picture of Arabs 100 years ago would be nearly identical to the way Yishmaelites looked one thousand years ago, and so on back to the times of the Tanakh (Bible). It was no different among his own clan, whose distinguished lineage hails back to the times of Dawidh ha-mmelekh (King David). The style varied per activity, including casual styles such as a very long over-shirt over loose, short white pants — much like the breeches of modern Hassidim.Sometimes the large `tallith was worn as a main garment; among the Habbani warriors it could be wrapped to gird up the entire torso like a rope-belt, criss-crossing the body. 
Whatever the style, from the Beth Midrash to the battlefield, across the Middle East, we maintained our distinct dress. If we are to receive the lesson from our ancient Oral legends (midrash), this is a matter of no small importance: It was partly in the merit of our steadfast loyalty to our traditional Hebrew dress, that HaShem redeemed us from Egypt. The sages even ordained a special blessing for us to make each morning specifically when we wrap our heads turban-style: “Blessed are You, HASHEM our God, King of the Universe, who crowns Israel with splendor.” The Babylonian Talmud (tractate Berakhoth 60b) is clear, and so is Mishneh Torah (Book of Love, Laws of Prayer 7:4) the blessing is made when one “puts his sheet [or cloth] on his head”. (Note that both Talmud and Mishneh Torah do mention hats in other places. This blessing appears to be specifically for authentic Israelite headgear.)
Now before you run for your nearest tailor and wager how quickly you are likely to lose your job, your friends, or worse; what is the practical halakhah (Jewish law)? Today, modern dress is standardized all over the world into a basic, universal “human dress”. In our day, most modes of dress that are uniquely gentile, are also outlandish enough to be a Purim costume. Besides that, although we maintained a distinct style, the truth is that Jews though the ages wore what was comfortable to them in their surroundings. My understanding is, according to my training, that for men – on a basic level – so long as one’s clothes are sufficiently modest, the kippah on our head and fringes at our sides give us a clearly unique and distinct look, and satisfy the basic halakhah (practical Jewish law).
However, to my humble understanding (with no disrespect intended towards those who disagree), there may be two common exceptions to this for men: the 3-piece suit and tight pants — particularly tight jeans. Unlike casual suits, the 3-piece suit is a traditional garment also known as the “Sunday’s best.” Reaching its present form in the last century, it appears to have been — in its original cultural ambient — a special garment set aside by the common gentile for weekly, Sunday idol worship. As for tight pants or jeans, unless they are way oversized so that they sag like the ‘gangbanger’ look (which itself may constitute a distinctly gentile style), this is specifically mentioned in Talmud as prohibited to Jewish men. To my reading, RaMBaM had no need to mention this – would it not be included in the general prohibition of imitating gentile customs?!
As for myself, I am personally unsatisfied with the universal “human dress” code; my soul yearns for more. It doesn’t sit well with me that for over 3,000 years our fathers, our great rabbis, prophets and warriors had distinct Jewish dress styles and haircuts that we can comfortably toss aside in favor of the styles of yuppie-ville and the American mall. In a modern Israel where Buddhist monks, nuns, and Ethiopic Christian priests roam freely in their traditional garbs, must I, a Jew, feel confined to styles out of GQ magazine, that are technically permitted?
Now I rarely delve into mysticism in my articles, but I cannot hold back this time.Tefillin , by Aryeh Kaplan, is one of the most inspiring books I ever read as a Jew growing into Torah observance, years ago. In it, Rabbi Aryeh Kaplan of blessed memory writes:
"Physical space exists only in the physical world. In the spiritual domain, there is no concept of space as we know it.
But still we speak of things being close or far apart in the spiritual world. What does this mean? We cannot be speaking of physical distance, for there is no physical space in the spiritual realm. But in a spiritual sense, closeness involves resemblance. Two things that resemble each other are spiritually close. On the other hand, two things that differ are far apart in a spiritual sense."
It follows that if we desire to be spiritually close and similar to the greatest men of all time, Avraham our forefather, Mosha Rabbenu, Dawidh ha-mmelekh, Rabi `Aqivah and so on, we should resemble them as much as possible. That is, of course, first and foremost in our deeds: how we relate to others, how we pray, how we learn and practice Torah, how we fight. But it is so difficult in a mundane world where we are so categorized, labeled and limited by those around us. Yet, as I explained above, we create our image – the way we are perceived – and invite those labels, to a degree, by the way we dress and cut our hair.
The foremost reason why, in the Haredi world, Jews wear black hats and suits, is the foremost reason I try to dress more Hebrew: They know how much clothes make the man of God. When passing by a thumping disco alone, a young teen wearing a black hat and suit will feel and react differently than a young man in jeans with a half-dollar sized kippah on his head. Dressing more Israelite can have the same effect. The difference is that the black galuth (diaspora) garb subliminally gives him the feeling of a European arrival from 60 years ago, an exiled man in his own land. Carefully ironed, restricting clothes meant for air-conditioned rooms and paved sidewalks give us a different sense of what is natural and what is foreign.
Moreover, as I discussed above, any dress besides our ancestral one fits a certain negative stereotype in the eyes of the nations, to whom we are to be “a kingdom of priests.” Whether it is as small a step as wearing a large `talith while relaxing and working at home, wrapping one’s head for prayer for Morning Prayers when one is alone, or making a bigger change such as growing one’s beard and side-locks, I highly recommend it. Should you choose to put on tephillin (phylacteries) even for a short while outside of prayer to learn some Torah, you are actually fulfilling the Torah commandment to strive to be in tephillin throughout the day. If you are living outside of Israel, just wearing a large kippah to distinguish yourself as a Jew can be an awesome step.
May the day come soon when kohen-priests will daily don their priestly garments in a rebuilt Beth ha-miqdash (Holy Temple) and Yisra’el (the rest of the nation) will don ours for all the wonderful activities there are for us to do in our ancestral heritage. In the meantime, let’s increase our awareness of the Godly type of people our traditional clothing can help us aspire to become.
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Adar 6, 5770, 2/20/2010
Islamic Jihadists are eating away America. They are chewing up her freedoms and spitting them out with contempt. And the USA sits and takes it. Several days ago, Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Michael Oren, was mercilessly heckled and interrupted by shouts at UC Irvine by anti-Semitic/Anti-Israel students. Oren, himself, is a graduate of both Princeton and Columbia Universities and has published two New York Times Best Seller books; Six Days of War: June 1967 and the Making of the Modern Middle East, as well as Power, Faith, and Fantasy: America in the Middle East, 1776 to the Present. He is certainly not a dangerous person or some ruthless world renown genocidal dictator, yet there are those who cannot tolerate to let him speak. The topic he was to engage the university students on was, “U.S. Israel Relations from a Political and Personal Perspective”. Please view this shortened video clip of what happened on February 8th, 2010 on the U.C. Irvine campus.
It's kind of funny, but when one goes to check out the link to the U.C. Irvine School of Social Sciences, the people portrayed there all seem to look Middle Eastern/Arab/Muslim with a token 'White guy' thrown in to the right of the picture. I have not been to the U.C. Irvine Campus for over 30 years, but looking at what is emanating from it and other university campuses today, it looks like the goals of 'free thinking' and the 'pursuit of higher education' are terminally ill.
It behooves the logical thinker to examine why the righteous today are silent in the face of evil. Perhaps righteous is not the right word to describe the average American, and perhaps the reasons they do not act against evil is their fear of perceiving themselves just as ugly as their enemy. Perhaps Westerners want to distance themselves so much from resembling their enemy, that they choose to take on a role of being their exact opposite. So if their enemies are intolerant, they will be tolerant. If their enemies shout and become emotionally enraged, then they will remain silent and stoic. If their enemies use violence, they will demand from themselves 'restraint'.
They may think they are acting enlightened and more refined than their enemies, but in this real 'physical' world, they are just acting like imbeciles. Weak and wimpy imbeciles.
The Jihadists are well organized, well focused ...and FEARLESS
Lovers of freedom and people who value respect for Mankind are losing the battle in America. Who will rule, in this case, is the old adage of 'might makes right'. If Americans think that they will be able to continue living in a world where their rights are guaranteed by their constitution, without taking a stand and enforcing their constitution, sticking their necks out and sacrificing for their values, then they are going to be very surprised when they wake up one day and find out that their country has not been hijacked, but willfully given away by their lack of fighting for it. Let's face it, hate seems to be in style, and hate groups are getting better at intimidating the average American Joe.
The ugly scene that went on at U.C. Irvine several days ago will happen again and again, until freedom of speech is dead, buried and just a memory of days gone by.
The American People better find their 'common sense' and 'bravery' chromosomes fast, because if the university staff can't or won't take HEAVY legal action against these foreign students and/or American Muslims who hate America and it's values, ...then who will? The Obama administration sure won't. Why do they even let these students into America, when they are at war against everything Americans hold dear? If any of these hateful hecklers were guest-students at the university, they should immediately have their visas revoked and be escorted to a plane taking them back to their home country. If they can't abide by American laws and values, they do not deserve to get an American education and be guests of the American People.
Watching this video, one comes away with the feeling that these hate groups of anti-American and Jihad-minded Muslims are growing. They are more and more well organized, well focused ...and FEARLESS. Lovers of the U.S. Constitution, American values and freedom, better start organizing themselves better as well, to get their university leaders and government to root out these jihadists from their schools and borders, lest they become themselves, with their nice-guy attitudes, imbeciles and their own worst enemy.