Posts Tagged ‘Return of Jews’

 

Rabbi Feldman’s Bar Mitzva speech – Inspiring

editor 25 September 2014

By Sheila Raviv.. When I heard this speech I had to share it with you all. It is truly inspiring.
I am proud to send you this Bar Mitzvah speech. It is both moving and inspiring and appropriate for both Yom haShoah and Yom HaAtzmaut – indeed for every day of our lives.

It begins with a few words in Russian and some  the chuckling – continue to the end. I guarantee tears and believe every young person should hear his words. An amazing speech. (more…)
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400 Silent Years? The Post Maccabean Period (Part 11)

editor 9 July 2014

By Lance Lambert.. This last short period we will consider began with Pompey’s conquest of the Promised Land in 63 BC and ends with the birth of Christ in 6 BC approximately. Although short this period is noteworthy in that it saw the people of God come under Roman law and government, the rise of the Herod’s; the rebuilding of the Temple; the quickening anticipation of the coming Messiah; and the preparation of a tiny but faithful remnant. All this in less than 60 years. (more…)

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Analyzing “the deal”: As Iran & White House claim victory, what will Israel & the Saudis do now?

editor 27 November 2013

By Joel C. Rosenberg.. (Washington, D.C.) —  The deal is done. The Iranian leaders are claiming victory. The White House is claiming victory. Most European governments, as well as Russia, are claiming victory.

The Israeli government, meanwhile, is horrified. They, and many of their citizens, feel more isolated than ever. As I reported from Jerusalem, this was true before the deal was struck. It is even more true now.

“One [Israeli] radio host on Sunday repeatedly played clips of President Obama, during his visit here in March, reassuring Israelis, in Hebrew, that ‘you are not alone,’ and then said ominously, ‘We are in fact alone,’” reported the New York Times.

Below, you’ll find a selection of key articles I’ve found helpful over the past 72 hours in understanding the deal and the reaction to it from various quarters. (more…)

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The curse of anti-Semitic propaganda

editor 30 May 2013

By Ruud van Neijhof.. Throughout the centuries the Jewish people has suffered the consequences of hatred and anti-Semitism in a way that is beyond any comprehension. Also today this vicious phenomenon shows its nasty face in every possible way [1]. Since Haman the Jew hater from the Book of Esther, there have been a number of attempts to wipe the Jewish people from the face of the earth. (more…)

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UK Textbook Wipes Israel Off the Map

editor 3 January 2013

By Samuel Westrop.. Why is the British Council, sponsored by the British Foreign Office, endorsing a textbook that wipes Israel off the map and indoctrinates students with anti-Western material? Ahmadinejad promised it. Now British textbooks are doing it. Israel has been wiped off the map by Garnet Education, an English-language teaching company in Britain, whose educational textbook ‘Skills in English Writing Level 1’, aimed at foreign students and immigrants to the UK, contains a map with “Occupied Palestine” in place of the Jewish State.

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Lance Lambert’s Middle East Update, October 2012

editor 12 December 2012

This is Lance Lambert speaking, and this is my Update for October 2012. The Jewish year of 5772, or the Roman year of 2012,has been a very difficult year. Israel has lived, during that time in an almost continuous atmosphere of war predictions—the predicted war, always being rescheduled. The latest prediction was for the end of Sukkot, and the American Election on November the 6 th. This has now been rescheduled for spring of 2013, after Israel’s election. (more…)

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The ingathering: Operation Dove to bring home last of Ethiopian Jews

editor 31 October 2012

By Ryan Jones.. Israel this week officially launched “Operation Dove” to bring home the last of Ethiopia’s Jews. The first flight in Operation Dove landed in Tel Aviv on Monday with 240 of Ethiopia’s “Falash Mura.”

The Falash Mura are part of an Ethiopian tribe that long went by the name of “Beta Israel” – the House of Israel. Sometime during the past two centuries, a large number of Beta Israel tribesmen converted to Christianity. For some the conversion was forced, for others adopting Christianity was the only way to gain full human rights. (more…)

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Israel’s forgotten refugees (3-3)

editor 22 October 2012

By Elizabeth Blade.. Arab leaders consistently deny accusations that their nations’ mistreatment of Jews led to an exodus and the creation of a Jewish refugee problem in 1948. They regularly make a show of offering that those Jews who left return to their Arab homelands as compensation for any past misdeeds. Saeb Erekat, the Palestinian Authority’s chief negotiator, was quoted by the Palestinian news agency Maan as saying, “We are not against any Jew who wants to return to Morocco, Iraq, Libya, Egypt and elsewhere. I believe no Arab state rejects the Jewish right of returning to their native lands”. (more…)

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Israel’s forgotten refugees (1-3)

editor 17 October 2012

By Elizabeth Blade.. An Israeli Foreign Ministry campaign, launched in September 2012,  aimed at restoring “rights and justice” for Jewish refugees that fled Arab lands in the previous century, elicited harsh criticism from Palestinian leaders like Hanan Ashrawi, a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s (PLO) Executive Committee, who referred to the initiative as a ploy. “Jews who came to Israel are not refugees, because they left their homes voluntarily and under pressure from Zionist groups and the Jewish Agency,” she was quoted by the Jerusalem Post as saying, suggesting that the Foreign Ministry’s move was really meant to distract from the suffering of the Palestinians and block their recent attempts to obtain a non-member-state status at the United Nations (UN). (more…)

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Zionism and Christian faith Part 6 (final)

Rev. Henk Poot 9 October 2012

The ‘Palestinians

If you study the history of Zionism you will find that there was never the intention to take away the rights and dignity of the inhabitants of the land. In fact, the opposite is true. It is generally emphasized that they will bless the nations who are living and will live alongside Israel in the land. (more…)

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