We looked inside some of the tweets by @haivri and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Please watch this video for a report on what we have learned about about latest official State Department that systematically ignore violent attacks targeting Jews in Israel. https://t.co/MhABirTV6L
Talking about #indigenous people's connection to their ancestral homelands, Today the #Jews fast in mourning commemorating their capital city being invaded by imperialists nearly 2000 years ago. We have not forgotten our language, faith and homeland.
On this day 1,950 years ago the walls of Jerusalem were breached by the Romans. Three weeks later the Second Temple, with most of Jerusalem, was destroyed. The 17th day of the month of Tammuz begins a three week period of mourning by observant Jews around the world. https://t.co/QXUXAQk3Fs
@LahavHarkov @shimritmeir .@PeterBeinart's essay is interesting & use of Yavne's not surprising. It is a metaphor that suits a non-Israeli mentality. The establishment of Israel as a state is a restoration of Jewish sovereignty in this land. Yavne symbolizes expulsion & exile, not the Israeli experience.
Summer of the year 70 CE - 17 day of Tamuz in the Hebrew calendar troops of the Roman Imperialist breached the walls of Jerusalem and invaded the holy city. Marking the mourning Jews fast to this day 1950 years latter. https://t.co/uqZkvAcCG7
Do you get this? There was a breach of the walls of our capital city #Jerusalem 1950 years ago and we are traumatized and still in mourning today. I wonder if anyone could list similar phenomenons of other nationalities in the world. https://t.co/PiyKijbfR4
#Jews are fasting today. Do you know why?
2day our Jewish friends begin a 3-wk mourning period 4 the Jerusalem Temple. Myth tells of Napoleon Cing Jews weeping on the floor. After receiving explanation said: any people who can cry over a destroyed building 1800 years later will live 2 rebuild it. https://t.co/MOweOrkW7n https://t.co/gnr9IlcNiU