It is sad, but it is not that sad.
This was the Israeli first attempt at landing on the moon.
It represents the first try and the next one will come within two or three years.
The Israelis, themselves, seem to be taking it in good humor.
I like Bellerose's take:
My last word on the Israeli moon mission is this.
What makes me really sad is when thousands of JewsReplyDelete
join evil movements like: the anti-Israel Far-Left;
converting to Gentile religions; and subscribing
to anti-Israel newspapers.
Welcome to the world of The New York Times,
where only Palestinian victims have names,
ages, and sympathetic eyewitnesses:
The New York Times LIED about Multi-Million
Dollar Payments to Terrorists who Murdered Jews:
On 2018 December 2, The New York Times
published the article “The Hypocrisy of Hanukkah”
by Michael David Lukas, which describes Hanukkah as:
“an eight-night celebration of
religious fundamentalism and violence.”
The New York Times and Hanukkah
by Jerold Auerbach, 2018 December 4
When will Jews STOP BUYING The New York Times?
When will YOU STOP BUYING The New York Times?
in other Israeli science news:ReplyDelete
" Israeli scientists 'print' world's first 3D heart with human tissue
A team of Tel Aviv University researchers revealed the heart, which was made using a patient’s own cells and biological materials. "
Who else would even have thought of it?Delete
That AOC cozies up to Israel hater Betty McCollum is only natural. McCollum is already known to have a fake concern for "millions of 'palestinian' children," and fairly obviously none at all for Israeli children (the Jewish ones at least).ReplyDelete
"When the Beresheet lunar lander crashed on the moon in April, Israel may have become the first country to successfully colonize an extraterrestrial body… sort of.ReplyDelete
According to a Monday report in Wired, the spacecraft was carrying a micro-archive the size of an optical disc containing DNA samples, millions of pages of data and thousands of dehydrated tardigrades — microscopic animals known popularly as water bears.
The archive was the brainchild of American venture capitalist Nova Spivack’s Arch Mission Foundation, whose mission is to create what it calls “a backup of planet Earth.” The tardigrades, which were added at the last minute, are incredibly hardy creatures and have been known to survive being dehydrated for years. They can be found all over Earth and have even survived the vacuum of space."
I can't wait to see what the anti semites will say about this. The jokes almost write themselves.