28 July 2011

That First Rashi ...

Was, Is and Will Be the best response to the same dribble spewing forth from our enemies. But the People of Eretz Yisrael must understand this, believe this and act upon these words of wisdom from Rashi. His foresight and wisdom was for us to know and use. Our Father in Shomayim is waiting for his children to invoke this rule.

Since 2009 we are hearing the same rhetoric from the other side. Barry Rubin reports that their so-called moderate has made the following response in an interview:

"Nabil Shaath: The recognition of a [Palestinian] state is basically a bilateral action, which receives the blessing of the UN. This act, however, will make many things possible in the future. Eventually, we will be able to sign bilateral agreements with states, and this will enable us to exert pressure on Israel. At the end of the day, we want to exert pressure on Israel, in order to force it to recognize us and to leave our country. This is our long-term goal. "

"The story of "two states for two peoples" means that there will be a Jewish people over there and a Palestinian people here. We will never accept this – not as part of the French initiative and not as part of the American initiative. We will not sacrifice the 1.5 million Palestinians with Israeli citizenship who live within the 1948 borders, and we will never agree to a clause preventing the Palestinian refugees from returning to their country..."

Read more of Barry Rubin's commentary at Pajamas Media.

So, their long-term goal is to populate all the countries of the world, install Islam and Shariah law to rule and as such bring all the nations together against Israel, to get rid of Israel [ed. and the Jews] and pick up where they left off in the Sixth Century. Back we go into the Future!

"Nothing has changed and nothing will change"

This is from Wednesday, November 4, 2009: Asleep at the Wheel of Hashgacha Pratis


"God said to Abram ... Go forth for yourself from your country”… “and from your birthplace” … “to the Land which I will show you” …”I shall make a great nation out of you” … “I shall bless those who bless you” … ”and all the families of the world will receive a blessing thanks to you.” (Bereshis, Parsha Lech Lecha)


“You are robbers, because you have siezed by force the lands of the seven nations” (Canaan) they could say to them, “The entire world belongs to the Holy One, Blessed Be He, He created it and gave it to whomever it was right in his eyes. Of His own will He gave it to them and of His own will He took it from them and gave it to us.” (Yalkut, Ex 12.2)


Are we Jews asleep at the wheel of hashgacha pratis!

The first Rashi in the Torah should speak to us loudly. Rashi tells us what to say “when” and not “if” they call us robbers; Rashi tells us to ‘be NOT TIMID, be PROUD OF OUR YERUSHA, STAND UP AND ANNOUNCE TO THE WORLD THAT Eretz Yisrael is our God-given HOME.’ The Bible states Hashem gave it to us, now we have to EARN IT.

Now, the Nations of the World are in fact calling us “robbers,” the Nations of [36,025,880 million] Arabs are challenging our God-given yerusha of Eretz Yisrael.

Rashi gave us the text, now we must stand firm behind these words. The Muslim and non-Muslim world is waiting for our collective pronouncement by the State of Israel and by the People of Yisrael.

Arab unrest is dauntingly challenging our sovereignty over the Jewish Holiest place in the entire world, our Har Habayit, the Temple Mount and what the Holy Torah (Bible) says. Every non-Jew that has read the Old Testament of their Bible knows this to be true.

This is from Sunday, September 6, 2009
Now is the time to invoke Rashi and HaShem

This Rashi Is Not For the
United Nations – It is For Us!

The first Rashi in Bereshis says: Rav Yitzchak states that the Torah should have begun with "This month is for you..." [Shmos Chapter 12] (the first commandment, which involves the establishment of the holiday cycles on a lunar basis). Why did the Torah begin with the narration of creation? Because "The power of His works He declared to His people in giving them the inheritance of the nations" (Tehilim 111:6) For if the nations of the world should say to Israel: "You are robbers, because you have seized by force the lands of the seven nations of Canaan, they could say to them "The entire world belongs to the Holy One Blessed be He, He created it and gave it to whomever it was right in His eyes. Of His own will He gave it to them and of His own will He took it from them and gave it to us."

"Nothing has changed and nothing will change" until we hear more voices calling for expanding settlements, and building new ones, in Judea & Samaria.

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