Photo: Ilan Evyatar In recent weeks, there have been a string of incidents that should have sparked outrage across the Jewish world but instead were met with stony silence.
On a number of occasions, Jews seeking to exercise their basic human rights such as freedom of worship and assembly, and freedom of speech, have seen their liberties callously disregarded, and even trampled upon.
Those wishing to pray have been hushed and even threatened with arrest, while others have been asked to remove their yarmulkes while in public.
Needless to say, these detestable acts of anti-Semitism elicited neither a single press release nor even a peep of public protest from world Jewish leaders or organizations.
Had they occurred in Paris, London or New York, the guardian lions of civil rights would surely have made their roars heard. But since these affronts against Jews have all taken place on the Temple Mount, in the heart of Jerusalem, the raucous lions have instead turned into silent lambs, refusing even to bleat in disapproval.
Consider the following. According to a report in Ma’ariv (May 22), the Israeli police have issued new instructions which forbid Jews on the Temple Mount from rocking back and forth, moving their lips or even closing their eyes, as these all might be construed as acts of prayer.
Under pressure from the Muslim Wakf which administers the site, Israel’s finest also warned Jewish visitors against removing a note of paper from one’s pocket and reading it, ostensibly out of fear that the offending page might contain Biblical verses or words of entreaty to Heaven.
Don’t let the absurdity of these regulations detract from their seriousness: this is a shocking and extreme violation of every person’s fundamental freedoms.
It is nothing less than a form of petty dictatorship which cannot be tolerated. Jews, like anyone else, have the right to commune with their Creator, sing, dance and yes, even move their lips. The fact that the police enforce such rules, and interfere with the right of Jews to pray freely, is scandalous.
Not surprisingly, the police haven’t hesitated to go even further. On a couple of occasions, they have barred rabbis from setting foot on the Mount after they gave media interviews in which they discussed rebuilding the Temple.
TAKE, FOR example, Rabbi Yisrael Ariel, the founder of the Temple Institute, who as a young soldier in 1967 was among those who took part in the liberation of the Mount from foreign control.
Israel’s custodians of law and order apparently deem the 71-year old rabbi to be a threat, for when he attempted to ascend the Mount last month, the police informed him that he was banned from the site. Our fearless constables are reported to be investigating the rabbi for having recited a prayer on the Mount in memory of Israeli soldiers who died in the battle to reunite Jerusalem. Read the rest on: The Jerusalem Post
What is happening today….
Mic 5:2 [5:1] But thou, Beitlechem Ephratah, though thou be little among the Alphei Yehudah (Thousands of Yehudah), yet out of thee shall He [Moshiach] come forth unto Me [Yahweh] that is to be Moshel (governor) Yisroel; whose goings forth have been mikedem, (from everlasting), mimei olam (from the days of eternity).
Yahweh Elohai (my Elohim) Kedoshi (my Holy One)? We shall not die. Yahweh, Thou hast appointed them (these Chaldean) for mishpat (justice); O Tzur (Rock), Thou hast ordained them (these Chaldean) for reproof.
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To say No to the mark of the beast is to say:
(And not to hate them!)
No too two states in the Land. Not to give a big part to these 'Chaldean'.
The world shall pay a big 'prize' for that! Receive judgment!
No too all the laws that goes against the commandments of Abba YHWH. No choice than to say No to Sharia law!
Not to look to the other side or to say, it’s Peace, when they try to put sharia law in your country.
But to say Yes to Abba Yahweh and His Laws special in this time when Abba Yahweh is 'testing' us:
Hab 1:12 Art thou not mikedem (‘everlasting’) also said of Moshiach, indicating Moshiach’s eternal divine nature) Yahweh Elohai (my Elohim) Kedoshi (my Holy One)? We shall not die. Yahweh, Thou hast appointed them (these Chaldean) for mishpat (ordinance); O Tzur (Rock), Thou hast ordained them (these Chaldean) for reproof.
Please take it serious what Abba Yahweh is telling us in:
Deu 18:15 Yahweh Eloheicha (your Elohim) will raise up unto thee a Navi (prophet) from among thee, of thy achim (bretheren), kamoni (like me [Moshe, Ex 32:30]); unto him ye must listen;
Hab 1:5 [Yahweh says:] Behold ye the Goyim (people), and regard, and wonder marvelously; for I will work a work in your yamim (days) which, though it be told you, of it ye will have no emunah (faith).
need to read the whole book of the navy HABAKUK….. [From: חבק – to embrace, press, fasten.
M.Jastrow p. 421] is that not what the ‘west’, their governments are doing?
If you find it not right what I’m telling you, about Islam, please press the
next link to see what you are doing when you ‘embrace’ ‘Islam’: Religion of Peace? I'm not so sure!
Hab 1:12 Art thou not mikedem (from
everlasting, [also said of Moshiach, indicating Moshiach’s coeternal divine
nature: see Michoh 5:1; see Dan 7:13-14; 3:12), Yahweh Elohai (my Elohim)
Kedoshi (my Holy One)?
We shall not die Yahweh, Thou hast appointed them
for mishpat (judgement); O Tzur (Rock), Thou hast ordained them for reproof.
‘I (Yahweh) will work a work in your yamim (days)’, ‘for Mishpath’ and
‘for reproof’. This is coming from Yahweh......
We have to look in the Torah to find an answer.
O Israel, Yudah and Ephraim, Abba Yahweh chose You and not these Chaldean!
These Chaldean are ‘working’ to have a ‘Caliphate’ with Jerusalem….. in the
center. A ‘world-Caliphate’…… ‘Clean’ from: Jews and Christians …..!
It is written in the Koran:
2. All the praises and thanks are to Allah, the Lord of the 'Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists).
3. The Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful.
4. The Only Owner (and the Only Ruling Judge) of the Day of Recompense (i.e. the Day of Resurrection)
5. You (Alone) we worship, and You (Alone) we ask for help (for each and everything).
6. Guide us to the Straight Way
7. The Way of those on whom You have bestowed Your Grace, not (the way) of those who earned Your Anger (such as the Jews), nor of those who went astray (such as the Christians).