• Are you prepared for the New World Order?

    Best answer: Gods Kingdom or government with Jesus as King is going to rule over mankind and very soon. Daniel 2:44.
    Best answer: Gods Kingdom or government with Jesus as King is going to rule over mankind and very soon. Daniel 2:44.
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it True that Americans can join the Israeli Army?

    Best answer: If you're Jewish American you can make aliyah and become an Israeli citizen who is then conscripted. If you're not Jewish then there are IDF volunteer programs. Sar-El is the most prominent of the IDF programs open to international volunteers of all faiths and backgrounds.
    Best answer: If you're Jewish American you can make aliyah and become an Israeli citizen who is then conscripted. If you're not Jewish then there are IDF volunteer programs. Sar-El is the most prominent of the IDF programs open to international volunteers of all faiths and backgrounds.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why European Union will not support the new sanctions on Iran?

    Best answer: That's the classic example of difference between strategy and tactics. Tactically it is worth for European countries to be major supplier of Iran and have another channel for oil supply. Strategically rise of Iran as Muslim superpower will bring end to Europe as we know it, while oil will be very soon obsolete... show more
    Best answer: That's the classic example of difference between strategy and tactics.
    Tactically it is worth for European countries to be major supplier of Iran and have another channel for oil supply.
    Strategically rise of Iran as Muslim superpower will bring end to Europe as we know it, while oil will be very soon obsolete energy source.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do people hate the Talmud?

    Best answer: You should ask them. I for one hold no strong convictions against it.
    Best answer: You should ask them. I for one hold no strong convictions against it.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is Israel trying to arm Kurdish separatists?

    Best answer: Because one is considered the "good" guys and the others "bad" guys
    Best answer: Because one is considered the "good" guys and the others "bad" guys
    4 answers · 7 days ago
  • Was Lord Ehrlichmann treated badly in Israel?

    Best answer: No. He's never been to Israel, so therefore he's never been treated badly in it. While I do believe that he frequently lies here, that's one thing I think is true. After all, he's made the claim that he's never been to Israel quite often and consistently over the years, and has tied it into... show more
    Best answer: No.

    He's never been to Israel, so therefore he's never been treated badly in it.

    While I do believe that he frequently lies here, that's one thing I think is true. After all, he's made the claim that he's never been to Israel quite often and consistently over the years, and has tied it into political stances that he does hold. His stances are quite static, at least when comparing them over the years, which is just proof to me that he's probably telling the truth on this one.

    Now, I don't know where his criticism - or, more frequently, his hatred - of Israel and the Jews comes from specifically. We could ask him, but I don't think he tells the truth all that often so take what he says with a grain of salt. If I had to guess, based on not only what he writes here but how he writes it, I'd say that he's gotten too close to certain bigots pushing a specific narrative. He appears to be conditioned to block out the good things, and hype up negative details if not outright make them up. Something also tells me that he doesn't have convenient access to Jewish people as well, to counteract the negative stereotypes and lies he's been fed. If he has these beliefs, then it would be no wonder that he just spends his time hating on certain people or groups, rather than posting more positively.

    I think that Yoel can show him some friendly neighborhoods in Israel, though I wonder if he's so far-gone that it'll not do any good. I could as well, though I don't think we'd get along if we knew who were were online.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Did Romans destroyed the Temple in Jerusalem?

    Best answer: Hello, Yes. You can read about this as part of the Roman siege of Jerusalem in CE 70: - - - - Start of extract: - - - - Quote: "The [Roman] siege [of Jerusalem] ended on August 30 [CE 70] [3] with the sacking of the city and the destruction of its Second Temple.": Footnote: 3. Matthew Bunson A... show more
    Best answer: Hello,

    Yes.

    You can read about this as part of the Roman siege of Jerusalem in CE 70:

    - - - - Start of extract: - - - -

    Quote: "The [Roman] siege [of Jerusalem] ended on August 30 [CE 70] [3] with the sacking of the city and the destruction of its Second Temple.":

    Footnote:
    3. Matthew Bunson A Dictionary of the Roman Empire p.212.

    Extract Source:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Jerusalem_(AD_70)

    - - - - End of extract - - - -

    You can read an account of the events by historian Flavius Josephus who wrote his history during Roman times:

    "Wars of the Jews" by Flavius Josephus, Book 6, Chapter 4.
    http://www.biblestudytools.com/history/flavius-josephus/war-of-the-jews/book-6/chapter-4.html

    The Romans recorded on a triumphal arch their victory over and enslavement of, Jewish Judea, as the reader can see here:
    http://www.alamy.com/stock-photo/arch-titus-panel-from-arch.html


    I hope this helps.

    Robert.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do Israeli Jews and Palestinians Muslims live together in Jerusalem? Is it possible for one to become friends with the other?

    Best answer: The answer is "yes" to both. 20% of the population of Israel is Arab so all Israelis come across them. Cities like Jerusalem are the most mixed in terms of Jewish and Arab, so if you live in Jerusalem you will almost certainly know some. Whether or not you're friends depends on other factors, but the... show more
    Best answer: The answer is "yes" to both. 20% of the population of Israel is Arab so all Israelis come across them. Cities like Jerusalem are the most mixed in terms of Jewish and Arab, so if you live in Jerusalem you will almost certainly know some. Whether or not you're friends depends on other factors, but the door to friendship sits wide open.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why does Yoel Cohen want Christians out of Israel?

    Best answer: Do I think christians should leave Israel? I think christians should be allowed to visit Israel but should respect Jewish beliefs and not evangelize (which is what Hillsong is trying to do for example!). Be in the know! The Torah says to love all people and be kind to the foreigners who enter into the land of... show more
    Best answer: Do I think christians should leave Israel? I think christians should be allowed to visit Israel but should respect Jewish beliefs and not evangelize (which is what Hillsong is trying to do for example!). Be in the know!

    The Torah says to love all people and be kind to the foreigners who enter into the land of Israel. Even an idolater (Akum) we are commanded in the Torah and Talmud not to wrong him/her or cheat/steal from them. But idol worship according to Jewish law is strictly forbidden. All religious Jews are to oppose any action that propagates idolatry.

    Are christians idolaters? For non-Jews christianity is not idolatry, but for Jews christian beliefs are idolatrous. To believe God became a human being, died for your sins, can have an image in human form, must be venerated or worshiped is idolatry. Since Christians believe God is a trinity and they err in believing God took human form, it is not their fault. In fact before Yitro (Jethro) converted to Judaism, the Torah calls him the "Priest of Midian". Because his understanding at his level was higher than everyone else's. And he wasn't taught Judaism, yet the Torah gives him honor by calling him a priest!

    Christians aren't bad people. They are not our enemies. In fact if christians donate to Jewish organisations - while we cannot use their money to build synagogues and yeshivas and holy books - anything which is "kadosh"/"holy", we can use their money to feed Jewish families and provide clothing or medicine etc.

    And we love these people. And we bless them and pray for them that they should be well, that God should protect them etc.

    But we HATE missionaries who try to entice Jews to leave Judaism. The Torah says as one of the 613 commandments "You shall HATE the mesit (missionary)". Even your own kin! This has nothing to do with hating gentiles but everything to do with hate evangelists who try to turn us away from Hashem. These people we hate and we curse.

    Deuteronomy 13:9 "Do not love the missionary", "Do not cease hating the missionary", "Not to save the missionary", "Not to say anything in his defense", "Not to refrain from incriminating him". So I do agree with those orthodox Jews telling missionaries not to proselytize.

    If they are not, and it's just to provoke christians. Such action is uncalled for. Christians who share their faith "In the name of Jesus", "In the name of the trinity", "quoting christian scriptures to Jews" or public displays of Christianity...or Buddhism or Hinduism is not welcome in our communities. If you went to a synagogue and starting preaching about Jesus we would tell you to stop and if you kept going ask you to leave.

    Respect our culture, customs and religion and no one will insult you. My 5 cents for today :)
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is Judaism's stance on Christian and Muslims?

    Are they believing in Jewish God Yahweh or will they be punished? If so what punishment?
    Are they believing in Jewish God Yahweh or will they be punished? If so what punishment?
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to be an Israeli?

    Best answer: Apply for refuge and/or citizenship.

    I understand that the vast majority of Christians have already moved out of Palestinian-controlled Bethlehem into Israel -- so it's certainly something that's done.
    Best answer: Apply for refuge and/or citizenship.

    I understand that the vast majority of Christians have already moved out of Palestinian-controlled Bethlehem into Israel -- so it's certainly something that's done.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the Israeli legal rationale?

    Best answer: There is no legal rational. Israelis and Palestinians don't have same rights(if they even have any right at all). Israel wants to take over as much Palestinian land as possible. They do not give a rats a$s about Palestinians. Israel mass slaughters them ever year.
    Best answer: There is no legal rational. Israelis and Palestinians don't have same rights(if they even have any right at all). Israel wants to take over as much Palestinian land as possible. They do not give a rats a$s about Palestinians. Israel mass slaughters them ever year.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do Palestinian Lives Matter?

    Best answer: Yes, their lives matter.
    Best answer: Yes, their lives matter.
    28 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is the most common haplogroups for Ashkenazi Jews?

    Best answer: The scamzola simplex.
    Best answer: The scamzola simplex.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago