With prayer and kindness we will be coming from London to Tel Aviv Today!

photo 5Going to miss my fam and friends in London, but even more our fam in the holy land if I don’t get on my flight tomorrow!!! Please pray for us all people!!!Midnightrabbi inspires #TelAviv #Israel update my flight is cancelled !!! Only good news as i want to go home to my family and friends… please pray for us all …
Updated 22nd July 23.30
The safety and security of easyJet’s passengers and crew is the airline’s highest priority.
Due to the FAA’s instruction to all United States’ airlines to suspend their flights to Israel easyJet is suspending its services to and from Tel Aviv for 24 hours and as a result will not be operating Luton/Tel Aviv/Luton and Basel/Tel Aviv/Basel flights on Wednesday 23 July.

Thereafter, easyJet will review its operations to and from Israel on a day by day basis taking into account the advice from all relevant authorities.
With kindness from above and help of my family b’H i have found another flight BOARDING TIME 23/07/2014 14:30 to tel aviv. Hope to get home before midnight!

noal eli clive barmy“Have a great trip home. Give them our love back in Eretz Israel!”
  •  amen thanks I’m in G-d’s hands always , we all are with An El-Al flight heading from London to Tel Aviv was forced to perform an emergency landing in Heathrow airport on Thursday, after one of its engines caught fire minutes following takeoff.The incident occurred about 20 minutes after flight 318 took off from the U.K. airport with 411 people aboard, around 1 A.M. Israeli time, when a loud thump was heard on the right side of the Boeing 747-400 airliner.A strong smell was then reported in the cabin, with the jetliner losing thrust. The pilots, headed by captain Ilan Margalit then redirected the plane toward Heathrow, where emergency crews were deployed ahead of the unscheduled landing.

    The crew began to undertake emergency procedures, during which a trail of fire was seen coming out of the engine, causing much alarm among the passengers.

    Eventually, however, the pilots were able to safely land the plane with only three engines.

    El Al said in response that it hoped that all of the passengers will be able to arrive in Israel in less than 24 hours.

    Speaking to Haaretz, Margalit said that the incident was handled calmly, and that crew wasn’t forced into taking extreme emergency measures. “I didn’t have to dive or do a loop,” he said, adding that he managed the episode “alertly, quietly, and calmly.”

    IMG_20140721_203012The emergency landing follows an incident in May, during which an El Al airliner bound for London was forced to land in Ben-Gurion International Airport shortly after taking off, after discovering a technical fault in its flaps.

    IMG_20140718_194253The malfunction was discovered 40 minutes into its flight, at which point the plane was instructed to burn fuel and return to Tel Aviv. It then circled the port for another 40 minutes, before safely landing. The flight’s were passengers transferred to another plane.

Have a safe trip to London and back today and don’t forget to meet with the people we love♥

For more info about Eli’s trip aka -> Midnightrabbi inspires<- click here or email umuse613@gmail and live with #inspiration and #kindness!

Photo: Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, said a few hours ago:</p>
<p>“I am standing with a very heavy heart. As we speak there are rockets from Hamas and Islamic Jihad continued to be fired in Israel.”</p>
<p>“We condemn strongly the rocket attacks. These must stop immediately. We condemn the use of civilians sites, schools, hospitals and other civilian facilities for military purposes. No country would accept the rockets raining down on its territory. All countries and parties have an obligation to protect its citizens.”</p>
<p>#IsraelUnderFire #HamasMustBeStopped“I am standing with a very heavy heart. As we speak there are rockets from Hamas and Islamic Jihad continued to be fired in Israel.”

Photo: Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, said a few hours ago: “I am standing with a very heavy heart. As we speak there are rockets from Hamas and Islamic Jihad continued to be fired in Israel.” “We condemn strongly the rocket attacks. These must stop immediately. We condemn the use of civilians sites, schools, hospitals and other civilian facilities for military purposes. No country would accept the rockets raining down on its territory. All countries and parties have an obligation to protect its citizens.” #IsraelUnderFire #HamasMustBeStopped“Photo: Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, said a few hours ago: “I am standing with a very heavy heart. As we speak there are rockets from Hamas and Islamic Jihad continued to be fired in Israel.” “We condemn strongly the rocket attacks. These must stop immediately. We condemn the use of civilians sites, schools, hospitals and other civilian facilities for military purposes. No country would accept the rockets raining down on its territory. All countries and parties have an obligation to protect its citizens.” #IsraelUnderFire #HamasMustBeStoppedWe condemn strongly the rocket attacks. These must stop immediately. We condemn the use of civilians sites, schools, hospitals and other civilian facilities for military purposes. No country would accept the rockets raining down on its territory. All countries and parties have an obligation to protect its citizens.”

#IsraelUnderFire #HamasMustBeStopped

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One thought on “With prayer and kindness we will be coming from London to Tel Aviv Today!

  1. Reblogged this on The Guide for Husband Wifey happy! and commented:

    Even during the 3 weeks, after all the tragedy we still have to serve Hashem bsimcha with happiness and #inspiration. This will bring good news for us all as well as the sincere mourning we are doing. Keep praying for all soldiers and doing good deeds now!#

    Email – umuse613@gmail.com
    about.me/midnightrabbi

    Just before the Children of Israel cross the Jordan river on
    their way to the land of Israel, they are warned that their
    settlement in the land of Israel was contingent upon their
    destroying of any idolatry that they encounter there [1].

    The Torah is eternal and its teachings are always relevant.
    What then are we to learn today from this incident?

    During a spurt of missile attacks upon Israel, the Torah
    leader of the generation, R’ Chaim Kanievsky, reassured many
    people that Torah study would protect the city of Bnei Brak
    from missiles.
    When a missile did fall in the Bnei Barak area, the news
    reached R’ Chaim.
    “It cannot be”, he replied.

    Later it was indeed verified that the missile had actually
    fallen 15 meters outside of the border of Bnei Barak.

    G-d runs the world, and times of war are no exception [2].

    We have been taught that the land of Israel is difficult to
    acquire [3]. But today a person can simply get on an
    aeroplane and arrive in Israel within a few hours. Rather
    then, physically being in Israel might not be so difficult,
    but truly living in the spiritual land of Israel – the way
    that we should – is an entirely different matter.

    Riding the land of the enemies is repeatedly referred to
    as “horash” [4] which can also mean to inherit [5]. If we
    fail to rid ourselves of our ‘enemies’ – sin; negative
    influences and our evil inclinations – then we do not truly
    deserve the land of Israel [6]. But if we behave the way we
    should, then nobody can take the land away from us.

    The very word ‘Yisroel’ can be split to read ‘lo yoresh’ –
    will not inherit, or ‘yoresh E-l’ – inherit G-d. Only by
    connecting to G-d do we connect to the land of Israel.

    Let us hope and pray, but most importantly act in the way
    that will enable us to receive the much needed Divine
    protection [7].

    Have a possessive Shabbos,

    Dan.

    Additional sources:
    [1] Bamidbar 33:49-53 and Rashi and Sifsei Chachamim
    [2] See Shemos 15:3 and Avoda Zora 2b
    [3] Brachos 5a
    [4] Bamidbar 33:52, 53, 55
    [5] See Rashi, Bamidbar 33:52 and second approach of Sifsei
    Chachamim;and see also Sforno, Bamidbar 33:53
    [6] See Rashi, Bamidbar 33:51-52, 53 and Bereishis 1:1 with
    Maharal
    [7] See Bamidbar 34:55

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