• Do you agree with this Rabbi? *MUSLIMS ARE BLESSED*?

    Do you agree with this Rabbi? *MUSLIMS ARE BLESSED*?

    Best answer: In the first link I agree that muslims have a special mission or advantage in that they adhere to monotheism and believe in the Jewish God, meaning, that their religion is more authentic than other non-Jewish religions. It is taught in the Talmud that if the nations don't support or submit to the Jews (once the... show more
    Best answer: In the first link I agree that muslims have a special mission or advantage in that they adhere to monotheism and believe in the Jewish God, meaning, that their religion is more authentic than other non-Jewish religions. It is taught in the Talmud that if the nations don't support or submit to the Jews (once the Jews live among them) or Israel then Ishmael may force them to submit to their will. It's no suprise that the nations that have kicked out the Jews welcomed muslims and now are becoming muslim majority nations. Countries such as Chechenya and Germany for example. The nations that support Jews will not become Islamic according to our beliefs.

    The Muslims disadvantage is that they have become enemies or hate the Jews. Therefore the Torah teaches they will be cursed. Most Islamic nations look that way TBH. Then the Muslims say Jews everything LOL.

    The Jewish Professor in the second link is nuts IMHO. I prefer Tzvi Misinai ;) He says Jews and Palestinians share similar DNA >_< I guess we are semites then? Science has spoken?! Lord E you have failed to convince anyone that Jews are fake khazars!
    6 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Describe Tony in One Word?

    Best answer: Genuine.

    I don't believe in summarizing people with one word. This individual seems to be a nice enough person, though misguided and confused. I speculate that in future he will learn to see the world through more intelligent impartial eyes.
    Best answer: Genuine.

    I don't believe in summarizing people with one word. This individual seems to be a nice enough person, though misguided and confused. I speculate that in future he will learn to see the world through more intelligent impartial eyes.
    11 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Why does Lord E hate Jews and Israel when Islam is the real evil?

    Best answer: He may not be aware of the evils caused by Islam and its followers
    Best answer: He may not be aware of the evils caused by Islam and its followers
    6 answers · Israel · 1 day ago
  • Why do people keep protesting Israel?

    Best answer: Jew haters will never give up attacking anyway they can.

    Lord E said he wants to Shrink Israel down so he can drown it in his bathtub that's how stupid these guys are and how much they hate.
    Best answer: Jew haters will never give up attacking anyway they can.

    Lord E said he wants to Shrink Israel down so he can drown it in his bathtub that's how stupid these guys are and how much they hate.
    13 answers · Israel · 6 days ago
  • True or false Jesus is the Jewish messiah?

    Best answer: Jews ABSOLUTELY do not believe that Jesus was the messiah. End of discussion.
    Best answer: Jews ABSOLUTELY do not believe that Jesus was the messiah. End of discussion.
    9 answers · Israel · 4 days ago
  • Do you think the Children who go blind in Africa is really such a bad thing?

    Think about it, if they go blind, they won't be able to see all the suffering that goes on around them.
    Think about it, if they go blind, they won't be able to see all the suffering that goes on around them.
    7 answers · Kenya · 2 days ago
  • Does Ehrlichmann realize that Israel is the ONLY Democracy in the Middle East?

    Best answer: No, he doesn't. Because that isn't technically correct. Israel is the MOST Democratic nation in the area and a full-fledged democracy, but that doesn't mean that there are other democracies in the area. Lebanon, for instance, is also a democracy, therefore your claim that Israel is the only one is... show more
    Best answer: No, he doesn't. Because that isn't technically correct.

    Israel is the MOST Democratic nation in the area and a full-fledged democracy, but that doesn't mean that there are other democracies in the area. Lebanon, for instance, is also a democracy, therefore your claim that Israel is the only one is wrong. There are others, but Lebanon is literally next to Israel so it's best example. Now, while it's unlikely, at least a Muslim can theoretically become President of Israel, whereas Lebanon's must be a Maronite Christian. There is a reason I do emphasize that Israel is considered the most democratic.

    I have to give him credit, I didn't think he'd allow Israel to have the objective label of democracy. He didn't debate that in his answer, as many rabid anti-Israel individuals have done in the past. I do have to agree with him that there is nothing inherently sacred about being a democracy. However, his analysis on Israel otherwise is incredibly f*cked, which is par for the course.

    While it may be that most Israelis supported the war with Gaza, it's not to murder Gazan children. It's to protect themselves from a malevolent force that continuously has been assaulting their cities and has a very outspoken desire for annihilating Israel. Funny how when it's Palestinians using such rhetoric, he's all for it; however, Israelis are not allowed to have the same human concerns. It's also funny how he leaves out that only 30% supported a ground attack, which (from what I understand) indicates that they didn't want to stay in Gaza and wanted to limit casualties as well. I can't see more of the Ha'aretz article - I'm not willing to shell out the shekels to read it, as I'm a poor student - but I doubt that they go into saying that Israelis just want to see dead Palestinian children.

    He shouldn't make that unintelligent leap in logic to just assume that Israelis supporting the war means they want dead children. It's inconsistent with more in-depth polling, which historically indicates that Israelis are more accepting of peace and more tolerant towards Arabs than vice-versa. Wanting someone to stop trying to kill you, to stop forcing your nation to spend billions in defense just to maintain the status quo, should not be equated with such desires. If he wants to talk about evil, then he shouldn't look into much of the in-depth polling that does not paint Palestinians in such a favorable light compared to their Israeli neighbors.

    Of course, nothing about that 90% even indicates that they'd kick out the Palestinians in Israel and the West Bank. That'll never happen, and the majority of Israelis would go into how ridiculous that is when you really look at how so many Arabs are integrated into their nation's framework.

    If I were him, I'd be wary of saying "voting for evil is still evil". After all, Hamas is a legit terrorist organization and even many anti-Israel individuals won't argue that. So....are Palestinians evil? They voted for terrorists, after all. If that doesn't convince you, then what about if someone kidnaps and hogties him and delivers him to Hamas with the letter "this man is gay and was willingly boned by a consenting Palestinian man". What we should expect from them would be evil. I'm sure he'd hate that, which makes his assigning desires on the Israeli public look quite bad especially when the evidence for his claim is far less concrete than that which would make democratic Palestinians look worse is stronger.
    12 answers · Israel · 7 days ago
  • Why do you hate Israel?

    11 answers · Israel · 5 days ago
  • Is there such thing as *Palestine*?

    Best answer: "The Philistines lost their independence to Tiglath-Pileser III of Assyria by 732 BC, and revolts in following years were all crushed. Later, Nebuchadrezzar II of Babylon eventually conquered all of Syria and the Kingdom of Judah, and the former Philistine cities became part of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. All... show more
    Best answer: "The Philistines lost their independence to Tiglath-Pileser III of Assyria by 732 BC, and revolts in following years were all crushed. Later, Nebuchadrezzar II of Babylon eventually conquered all of Syria and the Kingdom of Judah, and the former Philistine cities became part of the Neo-Babylonian Empire. All traces of the Philistines as a people or ethnic group disappeared" SO there is no DNA and there is no connection between the Palsetinians and the Philistines." - ✡Shay P

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    "A simple Google Search:

    Philistine
    ˈfɪlɪstʌɪn/
    noun
    plural noun: Philistines
    a member of a non-Semitic people of ancient southern Palestine, who came into conflict with the Israelites during the 12th and 11th centuries BC.

    "Philistines are a people of Aegean origin who settled on the southern coast of Palestine in the 12th century bce, about the time of the arrival of the Israelites. According to biblical tradition (Deuteronomy 2:23; Jeremiah 47:4), the Philistines came from Caphtor (possibly Crete, although there is no archaeological evidence of a Philistine occupation of the island). The first records of the Philistines are inscriptions and reliefs in the mortuary temple of Ramses III at Madinat Habu, where they appear under the name prst, as one of the Sea Peoples that invaded Egypt about 1190 bce after ravaging Anatolia, Cyprus, and Syria. After being repulsed by the Egyptians, they settled—possibly with Egypt’s permission—on the coastal plain of Palestine from Joppa (modern Tel Aviv–Yafo) southward to Gaza. The area contained the five cities (the Pentapolis) of the Philistine confederacy (Gaza, Ashkelon [Ascalon], Ashdod, Gath, and Ekron) and was known as Philistia, or the Land of the Philistines. It was from this designation that the whole of the country was later called Palestine by the Greeks."

    From a non-biased academic source: http://www.britannica.com/topic/Philisti...

    "Palestinians" are arab and claim to be a "Semitic people". Even if we were to accept the delusions of Lord Erlichmann this evidence would then prove "Palestinians" do not have DNA to the Philistines.

    See additional info here: http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsou...

    Lord Erlichmann makes an even more outrageous claim that Palestinians come from Canaanites even though there has never been a people who until recent times have identified as Palestinians! Palestinians are Arabs who have been sucked into a false ideology and we must remind them and their supporters that "Palestinians" do not exist and CANNOT steal the historic homeland of the Jews called Israel." - ✡Yoel Cohen

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    "Hello,

    Your question is:
    "Do the people who occupy part of Israel and call themselves "palestinians" have any philistine DNA?":

    The Plishtim (Heb.) also known as the Philistines, do not exist today. There is no evidence of any link with today’s Palestinians.

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    https://www.southern.edu/archaeology/Doc...

    "... the commercial activities of this Neo-Assyrian vassal city-state [Ekron], now under the influence of Egypt, were abruptly cut short with the invasion of Babylonians under Nebuchadnezzar in 603/4 B.C. [70]

    [Source:]
    [70] Gitin, “Philistia in Transition,” 179-80; for this activity against Ashkelon, see Lawrence E. Stager, “Ashkelon and the Archaeology of Destruction: Kislev 604 BCE,” Eretz-Israel, 25 (1996):61–64; idem., “The Fury of Babylon: Ashkelon and the Archaeology of Destruction,” Biblical Archaeology Review, 22/1 (1996):56–69, 76–77.

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    A massive destruction level evidenced by tumbled columns, thousands of smashed storage vessels, and collapsed upper floors of the monumental temple and throughout the site attest to the destructive force of the invading Babylonians. Other Philistine cities, such as Ashkelon, Ashdod, and Timnah, suffered similar destructions at the hand of the Babylonians. Unable to regain momentum, and with its cultural core lost, Philistine culture, too, collapsed. Its people, either dispersed or deported, were quickly assimilated into the surrounding cultures. [71]

    [Source:]
    [71] Gitin, “Ekron of the Philistines,” 22; Gitin, Dothan, and Naveh, “Royal Dedicatory Inscription,” 3; For another view on the process of acculturation, see B. Stone, “The Philistines and Acculturation: Culture, Change, and Ethnic Continuity in the Iron Age,” Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 298 (1995):7-32"

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    I hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Robert." - ✡Roberto
    22 answers · Israel · 1 week ago
  • Does Lord E hate all Jews?

    6 answers · Israel · 3 days ago
  • Why are Jewish woman such good woman and caring mothers?

    Best answer: Are you Jewish? If not you need to convert sincerely and properly first.

    Only convert if you believe in Judaism! I hope everything works out for you!
    Best answer: Are you Jewish? If not you need to convert sincerely and properly first.

    Only convert if you believe in Judaism! I hope everything works out for you!
    5 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Should honorable Lord Erlichmann apologize for his grandfather's nazi past?

    Did Mossad get him? Is that why he is bitter towards the Joos? Because he grew up without a granddaddy?
    Did Mossad get him? Is that why he is bitter towards the Joos? Because he grew up without a granddaddy?
    5 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • How did Jews in Europe become white when ancient Israelites and Yemen Jews today were and are Brown?

    Best answer: Ancient Israel was situated in the Levant. Yemen is on the Arabian Penninsula. Two very different locations, like comparing Northern Europe to Southern Europe. Yemenites are naturally of darker complexion while we can expect the ancient Levantine peoples (pre Arab conquest) to have resembled other Meditarrenean... show more
    Best answer: Ancient Israel was situated in the Levant. Yemen is on the Arabian Penninsula. Two very different locations, like comparing Northern Europe to Southern Europe.

    Yemenites are naturally of darker complexion while we can expect the ancient Levantine peoples (pre Arab conquest) to have resembled other Meditarrenean populations of the time, i.e. what you may call "olive skinned" with some variation between paler and darker skinned members of the population. We in fact see this among Lebanese and Syrians of today, despite ancient Arab conquests having mixed Arab heritage into these populations.

    We would all be intrigued to see your evidence that "ancient Israelites were brown" as well as a more specific definition of what constitutes "brown" and "white".

    Members of the Jewish diaspora in Europe are white (though many are of tanned complexion) because over thousands of years converts from the local European population have married into their families. The same goes for Yemenite Jews in Yemen.
    8 answers · Israel · 5 days ago