• Which stereotype of Jews is TRUE?

    12 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Why does Israel restrict access to temple mount?

    Best answer: Concerning restricted access to the Temple Mount: It depends. For non-Muslims, it has to do with the religious tension that exists within the area. Christians and Jews, despite having some sort of religious connection to the area, aren't allowed to pray or make any sort of "religious demonstration"... show more
    Best answer: Concerning restricted access to the Temple Mount: It depends. For non-Muslims, it has to do with the religious tension that exists within the area. Christians and Jews, despite having some sort of religious connection to the area, aren't allowed to pray or make any sort of "religious demonstration" there whatsoever, and have to restrict themselves to just being tourists. Apparently it is offensive to Muslims, even if it's outside the mosque and shrine areas, to show one's faith if it isn't Islamic. In addition, there is political pressure to keep Jews from the area as it'll be seen as a provocation. Basically, they really don't like the mostly Jewish Israelis, and think that increased Jewish visitation will for some reason will end up with them losing their rights or their holy spots. There is no precedent for believing such (quite the opposite) but it's part of what's preached up there and people just buy it.

    However, when it comes to Muslim restrictions on the area: It has to do with security. I allude to the Imams riling up the masses in the previous paragraph, but here I'll directly state that they do encourage Palestinians (especially young, impressionable Palestinian men) to act in a hostile manner towards Israel. This includes rioting, which can get really bad. For example, I know of one instance where Molotov cocktails were thrown. Because Israel doesn't want to deal with these things, they naturally do what they can to reduce it....and that includes placing restrictions on who can attend. It is always in response to violence, and is usually lifted if there is a relative calm afterwards.

    As for gay marriage: It's actually legal in Israel, technically speaking. What isn't is performing it within Israel's boarders; however, it is recognized if done abroad and one can get the full legal benefits that come with marriage that way. The ceremony of marriage is restricted to certain religious courts, none of which are interested in performing these ceremonies. Those who may, for example the Reform Jewish congregations, don't have the authority to marry people in a legal manner. All they can do is do ceremonies that do not carry any legal weight, but for those people it's "in the eyes of G-d" anyway who doesn't care about man-made law like that. So, gay couples (like many straight Israeli couples) go abroad to complete their legal unions.
    10 answers · 12 hours ago
  • R&S: Do you like Cato?

    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do White Ashkenazi Jews rule Israel if it's a Middle Eastern country?

    For example the vast majority of PMs and I believe all Presidents have been Ashkenazi.
    For example the vast majority of PMs and I believe all Presidents have been Ashkenazi.
    15 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why are Israelis and Syrians always fighting each other?

    Best answer: It's been going on since Biblical times. AND the Lord will destroy them soon !!! Amos 1:3: "Thus says the LORD: 'For three transgressions [pesha'] of Damascus, and for four, I will not turn away its punishment, because they have threshed Gilead with implements of iron.'". . ” (Amos... show more
    Best answer: It's been going on since Biblical times. AND the Lord will destroy them soon !!!

    Amos 1:3: "Thus says the LORD: 'For three transgressions [pesha'] of Damascus, and for four, I will not turn away its punishment, because they have threshed Gilead with implements of iron.'". . ”

    (Amos 1:3-2:5Open in Logos Bible Software (if available)).

    “See, Damascus will no longer be a city
    but will become a heap of ruins.
    2 The cities of Aroer will be deserted
    and left to flocks, which will lie down,
    with no one to make them afraid.
    3 The fortified city will disappear from Ephraim,
    and royal power from Damascus;
    the remnant of Aram will be
    like the glory of the Israelites,”
    declares the Lord Almighty.
    Isaiah 17

    Isaiah 17:1,9,14
    1 An oracle concerning Damascus: "See, Damascus will no longer be a city but will become a heap of ruins.

    9 In that day their strong cities, which they left because of the Israelites, will be like places abandoned to thickets and undergrowth. And all will be desolation.

    14 In the evening, sudden terror! Before the morning, they are gone! This is the portion of those who loot us, the lot of those who plunder us.

    From Isaiah 11:14 & Isaiah 17:1 we know that Israel will destroy Damascus and completely take over Syria. Presently, almost every known Middle Easter terrorist organization has representation in Damascus. How fitting that the city that is the most adversarial to the nation of Israel will cease to exist.

    Both Jeremiah and Isaiah tell us how Egypt, another member of this Arab coalition, will react to the news of what the IDF [Israeli Defense Force] has done to Syria:
    15 answers · 6 days ago
  • Should Israel Apply (Torah) Bible Law in Israel that says it's forbidden to give Strategic land (Gaza & West Bank) to Hamas Palestinian?

    terrorists that openly say they want to kill Jews
    terrorists that openly say they want to kill Jews
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do some women in israel act so down to earth do they copy from western women?

    or is it vice versa ?
    or is it vice versa ?
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should Israel Apply Old Testament in Gaza?

    Best answer: Only if God says to again.
    Best answer: Only if God says to again.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • What would happen if the nation you are living became 50 percent anti-Semitic?

    Best answer: ....And the misconception continues. The biggest problem the world has with antisemitism is understanding exactly what it is. "In 1879, Wilhelm Marr founded the Antisemiten-Liga (Anti-Semitic League).[48] Identification with antisemitism and as an antisemite was politically advantageous in Europe during the... show more
    Best answer: ....And the misconception continues.

    The biggest problem the world has with antisemitism is understanding exactly what it is.

    "In 1879, Wilhelm Marr founded the Antisemiten-Liga (Anti-Semitic League).[48] Identification with antisemitism and as an antisemite was politically advantageous in Europe during the late 19th century. For example, Karl Lueger, the popular mayor of fin de siècle Vienna, skillfully exploited antisemitism as a way of channeling public discontent to his political advantage." - Wikipedia article - "Antisemitism".

    Thus, the term hasn't been in existence for that long, and it was designed as a political tool.

    Zionism is the political entity that evolved from traditional pseudo-Judaism. Although they claim to represent all of the Jews in the world, their actual concern is their own agenda of creating power and wealth. Their association with traditional Judaism is mere a convenience whereby they exploit the respect that these Jews have maintained for centuries. Hiding behind the Jews shields them from any kind of criticism. They're liars and criminals who have convinced the world that they're humble Jews interested only in providing a homeland for their fellow Jews in Israel.

    These Zionists sold out "their fellow Jews" during WW2, throwing them under the bus while they continued to manipulate the Allies into fighting the war for them.

    The term "antisemitic" was created for political reasons and continues to be used for political reasons. They have widened its usage to encompass all of the Jews. They use the word as a form of censorship to quell criticisms against them - those who violate this censorship are subject to prosecution in some countries.

    This gives an example of the kind of control they have - what other group can enjoy such legal protections?
    18 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you hate Lord Ehrlichmann?

    Best answer: Greetings Mr Anonymous. I harbor no hateful feelings against the individual in question, but I do look down on him. I believe there are more constructive ways to spend one's life than by "trolling" and attempting to generate outrage for entertainment and attention.

    Thank you for your contribution.
    Best answer: Greetings Mr Anonymous. I harbor no hateful feelings against the individual in question, but I do look down on him. I believe there are more constructive ways to spend one's life than by "trolling" and attempting to generate outrage for entertainment and attention.

    Thank you for your contribution.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Palestine mention in the Bible?

    Best answer: Never, however there is a mention of Pleshet.. Pleshet is the Hebrew name for what might otherwise be called the "land of the Plishtim" according to the Hebrew Bible (see Book of Genesis 21:32, Exodus 13:17, 1 Samuel 27:1, Joel 3:4). The Biblical word Plishtim (root Pey Lamed Shin) means to invade.... show more
    Best answer: Never, however there is a mention of Pleshet..
    Pleshet is the Hebrew name for what might otherwise be called the "land of the Plishtim" according to the Hebrew Bible (see Book of Genesis 21:32, Exodus 13:17, 1 Samuel 27:1, Joel 3:4).

    The Biblical word Plishtim (root Pey Lamed Shin) means to invade. Plishtim is a Hebrew word.


    The first mention of "Plishtim" (invaders or intruders) is in the Hebrew scriptures. Most scholars believe them to be Mycenaean (greek like) peoples who, like the Vikings much later on, took to the sea to raid and then occupy territories. These sea peoples were defeated by the Egyptians but settled the coast of Canaan where they had 5 major cities - Gaza, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Gezer and Gath. Eventually, at about the time of Assyrian conquest they totally disappear from history.
    21 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What do you think of people who hate on Jews?

    Do you think they should humble themselves
    Do you think they should humble themselves
    26 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why are Israelis so racist towards Christians?

    Best answer: I like the Christian cash. The Christians? Not at all. They are idiotic almost all of them. They are good only to make life easier for us. We are Jewish and we give orders. The Christians should follow these orders to the letter, otherwise we'll start calling them anti semites and holocaust deniers. It works... show more
    Best answer: I like the Christian cash. The Christians? Not at all.
    They are idiotic almost all of them. They are good only to make life easier for us.
    We are Jewish and we give orders. The Christians should follow these orders to the letter, otherwise we'll start calling them anti semites and holocaust deniers.
    It works all the time .
    30 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do you support Israel?

    Best answer: Very much so, in all the ways that I can. I have no problem buying things made in Israel, and clearly I am vocal about my support for them on this forum (I'm a Top Contributor in the Israel Travel Section).
    Best answer: Very much so, in all the ways that I can. I have no problem buying things made in Israel, and clearly I am vocal about my support for them on this forum (I'm a Top Contributor in the Israel Travel Section).
    31 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Did any of pre-nazis have any influence on Nazism?

    Karl Leger and Geoorg ritter von schönerer
    Karl Leger and Geoorg ritter von schönerer
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago