Rabbi Moshe Sternbuch,Vice-President of the Rabbinical Court and the Head of the Edah HaChareidis in Jerusalem, paid a rare visit to Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky at his home in Bnei Barak. They are two of the most prominent Torah figures alive today. Conversations between such great men have enormous significance and the Hebrew-language website Kikar Shabbat recorded the dialogue between these two great rabbis.
Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky, a leading authority in mainstream Ultra-Orthodox Judaism, has been giving clear and unequivocal messages recently that the coming of the Messiah is imminent. He is urging Jews to make Aliyah as soon as possible. Aliyah, the Hebrew verb for “going up”, refers to immigrating to Israel, which is seen as higher spiritual action that can help herald in the coming of the Messiah.
A US-based technology company released a video earlier this month about a new wearable translation device. With the help of this device, an English-speaking man is able to communicate with a French-speaking woman in whom he has a romantic interest. In just two weeks, the video had over a million views on Facebook.
A senior Iranian military commander boasted that the Islamic Republic could “raze the Zionist regime in less than eight minutes.”
Ahmad Karimpour, a senior adviser to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards’ elite unit al-Quds Force, said if Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei gave the order to destroy Israel, the Iranian military had the capacity to do so quickly.
On high alert emergency agencies and environmental authorities in the region they are for the death of about two tons of fish in Lake Sochagota Paipa, Boyacá, as a result of lack of oxygen in the water tributary.
Plumes of thick smoke and ash and flowing lava – Europe’s tallest active volcano Mount Etna in Italy is raging again, as can be seen in breathtaking photos and videos on social media.
Choking plumes of hot ash, thick smoke and torrents of lava – such apocalyptic scenes could be witnessed in Indonesia as Mount Sinabung struck, killing at least seven people. Social media has been flooded with photos and videos of the devastating volcano rumbling to life.
Three people were killed and four were critically injured after the Sinabung Volcano erupted in Sumatra, Indonesia on May 21, 2016.
All of the victims of the blast were farming in the village of Gamber in the red zone around the volcanic peak.
The explosion shot volcanic ash as high as 2 miles into the air and that ash tumbled down the slopes as far as 3 miles westward into a river.
Several homes were also destroyed during the blast.
In one of the gaps formed by the extraction of sand in the ejido El Nayar appeared hundreds of dead fish.
David Robles, president of the Municipal Board of El Nayar, said it was Thursday morning when locals could be seen at the edge of one of these lakes hundreds of dead fish floating in the water.
General Santos City –Around 2,800 kilos of tilapia were destroyed as another fish kill hit anew portions of the critical lakes Sebu and Seloton in Lake Sebu town in South Cotabato.
Rudy Muyco, Lake Sebu town’s lake warden, said Friday the fish kill was first monitored in several fish cages at the two lakes following the onset of rains last May 14 and continued for several days.