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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Huh? Issur or Hatzalah Problem?

What is the meaning of this? (Without endangering Hatzalah, please)

One would think after the recent New Orleans hurricane (see two posts below on Sept 1) as well as 9-11, the internet would be useful to a life saving organization like Hatzalah.
Hat tip: Dov Bear


Anonymous kd said...

this is case and point to my main contention that no one reading this blog will have a satisfactory answer to your question. its sort of like the Rabbi giving musar to the minyan about the importance of davening tefias betzibur. theres a more catching phrase about preaching to the choir but that rubs me than wrong way. the bottom line is if you are really interested in finding out whats the deal its gonna take leg work and networking in the subculture of hatzalah.

8:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's all about HatzolahTalk.com which has revealed the corruption and mismanagement that is rampant in the organization.

9:36 PM  
Anonymous kd said...

obvioulsy the internet has the potential to be destructive and ruin lives. any web site or blog for that matter which writes slanderous material should be and will be prosecuted sooner or later. info on the sites for such activities might be considered an accessory to the crime. and now you know the reason for the poster

1:21 PM  

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