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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Israel, Islam & Armageddon


With more than 3,000 years of history, Jerusalem is mentioned an astonishing 800 times in the Bible, and prophesied to play a key role in world destiny. Many of these prophecies have already come to pass, with some yet to be fulfilled. This video shows how the current peace process is fraught with peril, whiy it is impossible for Jerusalem to know true peace in our age how the Antichrist will lead the world's armies to destroy Israel, the truth about the Vatican's intentions, and the Palestinian myth. It powerfully corrects much of the "misinformation and propaganda" aggressively advanced by the world media and others.

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Sign the Petition and Tell Barack Obama: Don't Betray Israel

By Michele Bachmann

President Obama has announced his support of returning Israel and Palestine to the pre-war borders of 1967--borders that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has called "indefensible." This announcement was an unprecedented act and is yet another example of his policy of blaming Israel first.  President Obama's course is a rapid and drastic departure from previous U.S. policy. These actions are totally unacceptable.  Abandoning decades of peacemaking efforts,  this plan is a return to the failed past and would heavily jeopardize Israeli security and stability in an already unstable Middle East.

Americans know that a safer Israel is a safer world, and expect our President to put his best foot forward towards accomplishing this goal. Unfortunately it is now very clear Barack Obama simply does not support one of America's closest allies.

Israel needs the support of the American people now more than ever. Take a stand today and sign the petition to tell Barack Obama: Don't betray Israel.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

WHY ARE 1967 BORDERS INDEFENSIBLE? - Israel, in any future agreement with the Palestinians, has a critical need for defensible borders. This video outlines the threats to Israel from terrorist rockets, ballistic missiles, and conventional ground and air threats from the east.
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President Obama said last Thursday the United States believes Israel should go back to the 1967 borders as part of the peace agreement with the Palestinian Authority. In a very unexpected move, on Friday, Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said "Thanks, but no, thanks!"
The main reason for this is the 1967 borders are simply non-defensible! Israel is surrounded by enemies on every side. The recent uprisings in Egypt, as well as protests in Egypt, as well as Jordan are giving way to anti-Israel protests in both countries.
While President Mubarak was tolerant towards Israel and kept the peace agreement with her, and King Abdullah still is, the forces on the ground are taking advantage of the mass demonstrations and inciting the people against Israel, demanding to break these agreements and destroy Israel.
This week's video was sent out by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. It shows with clear animation and outstanding graphics why the 1967 borders are simply indefensible, reiterating again how critical the issue of Israel's security is... WATCH VIDEO 
WATCH Prime Minister Netanyahu's Congress Address
WATCH Prime Minister Netanyahu's AIPAC speech

Monday, May 23, 2011

MK Katz Warns AIPAC, ‘Obama Put a Gun to Israel’s Head’

by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu 'Obama Put Gun to Israel’s Head’

“Don’t fall for U.S. President Barack Obama’s magical oratory. He put a gun to Israel’s head and asked it to commit suicide,” National Union chairman and Knesset Member Yaakov (Ketzaleh) Katz MK wrote the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Sunday.

The legislator continued, “I urge you not to be captured by his magic tongue because he actually is asking you for your votes and your money.”

President Obama is scheduled to address the annual AIPAC convention in Washington Sunday night, and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will speak the following night. Both leaders traded opposing policy views in their weekend meeting at the White House, particularly on the borders of Israel, which the Palestinian Authority and President Obama want shrunk to those that existed as the temporary Armistice Lines in 1949 until the Six-Day War in 1967.

MK Katz wrote to AIPAC committee members, “The People of Israel, in the Diaspora for 2,000 years, developed a sense of who loves us and who hates us. President Obama knows very well that former Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Eban described the 1967 borders as ‘Auschwitz borders.’”

The National Union chairman noted that Israeli news polls show that an overwhelming majority of Israel view President Obama as hostile to Israel.

“The People of Israel will not fall for the false charm of posters, slogans, cellophane wrappers of sweetened drugs of death", he concluded.


Friday, May 20, 2011

Obama's Mistake

Yesterday Israel went into a shock after hearing President Obama's speech about the U.S. policy in the Middle East. Obama's words, especially on the eve of Prime Minister Netanyahu's visit to Washington, were another blow below the belt to our country.
   While the majority of his speech concentrated on the recent developments in the Middle East - the uprising of the people, wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Iran's nuclear ambitions and death of Bin Laden, the President "saved the best for last."
   Here are the main highlights of what Obama said about Israel.
   "...At a time when the people of the Middle East and North Africa are casting off the burdens of the past, the drive for a lasting peace that ends the conflict [between Israel and the Palestinians] more urgent than ever.
   ...A lasting peace will involve two states for two peoples. Israel as a Jewish state and the homeland for the Jewish people, and the state of Palestine as the homeland for the Palestinian people; each state enjoying self-determination, mutual recognition, and peace.
   The United States believes that... the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines... so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.
   As for security, every state has the right to self-defense, and Israel must be able to defend itself - by itself - against any threat. ...That is the choice that must be made..."
   We believe this speech cleary illustrates how little Mr. Obama understands about the history of the region [especially the 'Palestinians' who have never been a nation], the current situation in the region, the religion of Islam, and the goal of every Muslim country to destroy Israel.
   Israel will not be secure within the 1967 borders. (To remind you, these borders were drawn after Israel won the Six Day War, acquiring Gaza, the West Bank, the Golan Heights and East Jerusalem - including the Old City of Jerusalem.)
   These proposed borders will reduce Israel's territory to about 12 miles wide in the narrowest part [which is also adjacent to the most populated area of the coast] - which will give the enemy the possibility to cut the north of the country from its south within minutes!
   Returning Jerusalem will mean dividing our nation's capital and giving up the most holy places to Jews (and Christians) to Palestinian control. Have you seen what they have done to holy sites already under their control?  Israel will never agree to that.
   Returning the Golan Heights to Syria will mean giving a very strategic region to Hizbullah, who is openly calling for Israel's destruction. Syria will also be able to cut off Israel's fresh water supply very quickly.
   We all have seen what returning Gaza to the Palestinians achieved - a barrage of rockets on our southern cities as well as Hamas' election to rule the Gaza strip. Hamas is also openly calling for Israel's destruction. Moreover, with the events in Egypt, Israel now fears that the transfer of weapons from Egypt to Hamas in Gaza will be as easy as throwing a stone over the fence.
   The majority of the West Bank is now under the Palestinian rule, and though billions of American tax-payers' dollars are flowing to PA, poverty and unemployment continue as usual. The Jewish settlers are being attacked right and left, and putting the entire West Bank under PA control will only bring the enemy closer to the gates of Israel.
   On the Biblical front, we see this speech as a very dangerous move for the U.S.
   The Lord promises judgment on nations that will try to divide Israel's land, and, unfortunately, this is exactly what the current administration has set as one of its goals.
   What can you do?
   Right now you can contact the White House and your representatives in Washington, demanding that the U.S. treat Israel as the ally it is, and stop pressing the 1967 borders issue.
   Most importantly, you can PRAY. Prayer changes things.
   Pray for President Obama. God can change his heart. Pray that he will listen to Godly counsel.
   Pray for all countries who are coming against Israel - that they will turn away from their wickedness. Repent on behalf of your countries that God may heal your lands.
   Most of all, pray for the Peace of Jerusalem - not peace as the world wants to see it, but peace that God desires.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Who Is The Genocide?

The Liar:

The Truth:
Time and time again we are told that the "evil zionists" are killing the innocent Palestinians.
But this is not true. Many people are killed every day in other places of the world. We never hear of theese people. People dont care for africans in Darfur, people only care for the Palestinians - even though they are not mistreated more than what the other islamic regimes in the area treats its arab populations.

Jesus Christ: "Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free."

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

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Israel Citizens Information Council

Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Israel Defense Forces

Yad Vashem

Israel Hasbara Committee


Hasbara Israel Advocacy

The Israel Project

Israel's War Against Terror

Teach Kids Peace

The Jerusalem Project

International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

The Canada-Israel Committee

Project One Soul

Palestinian Media Watch

Middle East Truth

Middle East Info

The Ettinger Report

World War 3

Amities Quebec-Israel

Zionism & Israel Information Center

Concept Wizard

Jacob Richman's Home Page

Land of Israel Committee

Stand With Us

American Jewish Committee

The Anti-Defamation League

Pro Israel Public Relations

The Jewish Virtual Library

The Jerusalem Center


On Sunday, May 15th, people across the country and around the world celebrated Israel Independence Day.   It was on May 14, 1948 – sixty-three years ago – that Israel’s leaders declared the restoration of Jewish sovereignty in their ancient land after centuries of exile.
But for multitudes in the Arab and Muslim world, May 15th is not a day to celebrate.  They have a different name for Israel Independence Day.  They call it “al-Nakba” – the catastrophe.  And indeed, for hundreds of thousands of Palestinians, Israel’s birth did ultimately prove to be a catastrophe.  During Israel’s war of independence, approximately 600,000 Palestinian Arabs became refugees.  Some fled out of fear of the battles raging in their backyards.  Some were forced out by their own leaders.  And, yes, some were forced out by the Israeli military.
But here’s an interesting question that the Nakba mourners prefer to dodge:  Who started the war?  There would not have been one Palestinian refugee – not one – had the Arabs not launched a war of aggression to destroy the Jewish State immediately after its birth.  The Jews had agreed to divide the land into two states – one Jewish and one Arab.  It was the Palestinians who rejected this compromise and tried to conquer all of the land for themselves.
There’s an old Jewish joke that the definition of chutzpah (“nerve”) is to murder your parents and then throw yourself on the mercy of the court as an orphan.  The same applies to those who attacked Israel in an effort to destroy it and then complained about the manner in which Israel dared to defend itself.
Here, for example, is how Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas described these historic events in an op-ed published in today’s New York Times.  “It is important to note that the last time the question of Palestinian statehood took center stage at the General Assembly, the question posed to the international community was whether our homeland should be partitioned into two states. In November 1947, the General Assembly made its recommendation and answered in the affirmative.  Shortly thereafter, Zionist forces expelled Palestinian Arabs to ensure a decisive Jewish majority in the future state of Israel, and Arab armies intervened. War and further expulsions ensued.”
Not even close, Mr. President.  When the United Nations recommended dividing Palestine into two states – one Jewish and one Arab – in November, 1947, the Jews not only accepted the compromise, but they danced in streets with joy.  It was the Palestinians who rejected the deal.  Within hours of the United Nations vote, they launched a civil war against Jewish towns and cities across the country.  When the Israelis survived this initial onslaught and declared their independence on May 14th, 1948, they once again celebrated.  The next day, five Arab armies invaded Israel in an effort to finish the job the Palestinians had started.
In each case, Israelis made a choice.  They decided to fight for their survival.  This meant taking up arms and using them.  The one thing all veterans can agree upon is that war is hell.  And wars also have consequences.  Just ask the mothers of the one percent of Israel’s population who fell in this war of Arab aggression.  These boys (and in many cases girls) never came home.  They have no right of return.
Israel isn’t perfect.  It’s important to criticize the mistakes Israel makes in its struggle to survive.  It’s fair to point out that the Israelis – who are men, not angels – committed some atrocities as they frantically fought for their survival.  But to overlook the context within which these battles took place sheds no light.  It’s D-Day without the Nazi Blitzkrieg.  It’s Iwo Jima without Pearl Harbor.  It’s less than half the story.  And it’s a lie.
As Nobel Peace Laureate Elie Wiesel has noted, the Palestinian people do have good reason to be angry.  But they shouldn’t be angry at Israel.  They should be angry at their grandparents who could have had a Palestinian state back in 1948 but chose not to compromise.  And, I would add, they should be angry at their parents who could have had a Palestinian state in 2000 and again in 2008 (when offered by Israeli Prime Ministers Barak and Olmert, respectively) but likewise refused to compromise.
Why was Israel’s birth a catastrophe for so many Palestinians?  Because the Palestinians lost the war that they started to destroy Israel.  Had they chosen a different path – the path of peace and mutual recognition — May 15th would have had a different name.  It would be known today as Palestinian Independence Day.
David Brog is the executive director of Christians United for Israel and author of a new book, In Defense of Faith: The Judeo-Christian Idea and the Struggle for Humanity.  You can follow David on Facebook by clicking here and on Twitter by clicking here.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Help Rescue Ethiopian Jews

My heart breaks for the thousands of Jewish people who are suffering in Ethiopian refugee camps right now. They are living in appalling conditions and suffer terrible discrimination as they wait to return home to the Holy Land.
These Ethiopians are members of the “lost” tribe of Dan and were unknown to much of the world for centuries.
Many Jewish people managed to flee to Israel in 1991 when Ethiopia’s brutal dictatorship fell and the immigration ban was temporarily lifted. However, thousands remained. Over 6,000 people — half of them children — still live in refugee camps waiting for their turn of aliyah.
I’ve been to these camps, and I’ve seen the deplorable conditions that these Jewish people endure daily. Up to seven people live in one room with no electricity or running water, and ailments like upper respiratory infections, parasites, and pneumonia run rampant, affecting the young and elderly the hardest.
I’ve looked into the eyes of beautiful children who suffer from malnutrition and diseases that could easily be treated if they were in Israel. I’ve prayed with the elderly who hope to see the Promised Land before they die, and families who dream of reaching Jerusalem together.
Thousands wait and pray that it will soon be their turn to fly home on Wings of Eagles. The Fellowship is dedicated to bringing all of these children of Israel home.
We need your help to fly the remaining Ethiopian Jews to freedom in Israel. And time is running out as another immigration ban could be imposed.
I have had the privilege of riding on a “Freedom Flight.” My heart soars as I recall the excitement and joy that filled the plane when we took off. Yet my heart cries when I remember their tearful goodbyes to family and friends who still wait for their turn.
Please, help us fill the next plane so these desperate Jewish people can return home to Jerusalem.
With prayers for shalom, peace,
Rabbi Sig
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

Monday, May 16, 2011

Terrorists Failed

A Palestinian teenager has died following clashes with Israeli police in Jerusalem on Friday to mark the commemoration of Naqba.
The word means "catastrophe" which is how they view the creation of Israel in 1948 and the consequent exodus of Palestinians from the region.
Naqba day is officially marked on Sunday but demonstrations linked to it started on Friday and have been going on all weekend.

Lebanese and IDF soldiers shot over heads of Lebanese “Nakba” protesters who crossed the Israeli border Sunday while army tank shells halted a Gaza march that broke through Hamas checkpoints. Four people were killed in Lebanon.
Gaza sources said at least 40 Arabs were wounded by artillery fire. IDF spokespersons have not confirmed or denied the reports.
Both Hamas and Lebanese security forces apparently were trying to prevent an explosive situation as tens of thousands of Arabs protested on “Nakba Day,” the Arabic description of the “catastrophe” of the re-establishment  of Israel as a Jewish state in 1948.
The protests are a demand for the entire Jewish state to cease to exist.
The Nakba Day rioters are focused on the demand by the Arab world for the massive immigration of five million foreign Arabs into Israel, based on the claim that their elderly or dead relatives lived in the country before fleeing in the1948 War for Independence. The Arab Legion encouraged them to leave “temporarily” while Arab troops expected to annihilate the fledgling Jewish state.
In the north, tens of thousands of Arabs were bused to the Lebanese border, and several hundred or more managed to cross the border briefly until being driven back by the presence of IDF forces.
De facto Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh provided verbal ammunition for the marchers, stating that Nakba Day protests are staged "with great hope of bringing to an end the Zionist project in Palestine.”
In Jerusalem, police helicopters helped disperse Arab rioters who attacked Jews with rocks. One firebomb was thrown towards Hadassah Medical Center at Mount Scopus, where one person was slightly wounded.
The IDF cancelled leaves of absence for thousands of soldiers, who were deployed throughout Judea and Samaria.
In Egypt, security forces prevented buses from carrying protesters to the Israeli border. On Friday, Egyptian soldiers fired gunshots to disperse thousands of protesters at the Israeli embassy.

Thanks God, for You protect Israel and your Chosen People! Shalom!

Saturday, May 14, 2011

A Call to Prayer for Israel

Please join us this weekend in praying for Israel and her people as there is a heightened danger because of what is called Nakba Day on Sunday, May 15.

Some Palestinians mark this date to protest the establishment of the Jewish state in 1948 and numerous demonstrations are expected to take place.  The Israeli National Police and Israeli Defense Force are preparing for the possibility of disturbances throughout Israel and the West Bank over the weekend.

We wrote about Nakba Day and preparation by Israel’s security forces on the Stand for Israel blog yesterday:
Large demonstrations and so-called peaceful marches towards the Gaza Strip security barrier and IDF checkpoints in the West Bank are some of the scenarios the defense establishment is preparing for amid predictions that massive civil disturbances will break out in the Palestinian territories.
We ask that you keep Israel in your prayers this weekend, that God will protect His people and defeat the forces that wish to destroy them. Thank you for keeping faithful watch as a guardian of Israel.

Friday, May 13, 2011

African American Pastors' Luncheon in Washington, DC on May 20, 2011

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African American Pastors' Luncheon
& Middle East Briefing
"Peace for Israel means security, and we must stand with all
our might to protect its right to exist"
-- Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Friday, May 20, 2011 - 12:00 PM

Bethel Christian Fellowship
2220 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave SE
Washington, DC 20020

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Guest Speaker: Pastor Michael Stevens
African American Outreach Director for CUFI

Michael Stevens
"Pastor Stevens has served as CUFI’s State Director for North Carolina since our earliest days. In addition, he is the founder and senior pastor of the University City Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.  He is also a Doctoral Candidate student at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, OKlahoma."



Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Israel and the World

Israel does not seek to please the world, because the world already is displeasing with Israel.
Israel does not need the world, because Israel already has God to his side.
The world is against Israel, because the world already was against God.
The world can finish, but God will do that Israel remain forever and by all eternity.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Important Event For Christians and Jews

Standing with Israel

Standing With Israel Event in the Bethesda, MD area.

THIS EVENT IS COMPLETELY IN SPANISHEste evento sera completamente en Español.
  Sunday, May 15, 2011 - 11:00 AM
Iglesia El Shaddai
7100 Whittier Blvd
Bethesda, MD 20817

Para ver los detalles de este evento en Español oprima aqui

Speaker:  Carlos Ortiz
CUFI Hispanic Outreach Director

Carlos Ortiz
Presented  by
Christians United For Israel
If you are able, please attend to show our Christian solidarity.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Celebrating Israel's Independece Day

Hey you,

As Israel prepares to celebrate her 63rd year of independence on May 10, I invite you to reflect with me for a moment on how far she has come in such a short time.
Today, Israel is among the world leaders in both business and technology — ranking second in both venture capital funds and hi-tech start-up companies, with the highest rate of entrepreneurship among women of any country in the world. Despite her hostile neighbors, Israel is still standing strong as the only democracy in the Middle East.
While there is much to celebrate about Israel and her people, she must unfortunately remain among the world’s leaders in defense spending. That is why, since 1982, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews has been distributing as much humanitarian assistance as we can.
Through our Guardians of Israel program we are reaching out to victims of terror, the elderly, youth and families every day. We provide food to hungry families, daily necessities to impoverished people, and bomb shelters to help protect Israel’s most vulnerable communities.
As one of the largest providers of social services in the country, IFCJ has a unique bond with her people. We hope you will join us in wishing Israel a safe and very happy Independence Day.
With prayers for shalom, peace,
Rabbi Sig
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein
To celebrate Israel’s birthday and show your support for her, visit and write a message about why Israel is important to you. Thank you!

Saturday, May 7, 2011

My Wishes

Today is my birthday and my wishes are: To pray for me, for my family, for my house, for my friend Erica Mel, for the Church of Jesus Christ, for them pursued because of the faith in Jesus Christ, for Brazil, for the population of the world in general, for Israel, for the Chosen People of God and for the peace in Jerusalem.

Do this for me, please! God blesses everybody!

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Fellowship Prayer Points

Every year for the past 60 years, the National Day of Prayer has brought together people of all faiths to pray for the needs of the U.S. On this important day, we ask that you join us in appealing for God's assistance in securing health and safety for both the U.S. and Israel, and praying for the day when God will bless our nations, and the entire world, with his most precious gift of shalom, peace.
  • Pray for all who are gathered today at the National Day of Prayer in Washington, D.C., that they will come together in a spirit of unity and shared faith and trust in God.
  • Pray for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his upcoming trip to the U.S. Pray that God will guide him as he speaks to the U.S. Congress, and that the U.S. will give the Jewish state the support it needs to achieve peace and security.
  • Praise God for the U.S. military forces that brought to justice arch-terrorist Osama bin Laden. Pray for the safety of all U.S. and Israeli soldiers who stand on the front lines of the war on terror.
  • Pray that the unrest in the Arab world will end, and that oppressive regimes in this troubled region of the world will be replaced with governments that truly have their people's best interests at heart, and will seek peace with their neighbors — including Israel.
  • Pray for comfort for all who have lost loved ones in terror attacks in Israel and around the world. Pray that God will heal, both physically and spiritually, all those who have been injured in attacks.
  • Pray that God will continue to uphold and protect Israel through the difficult and uncertain times that lie ahead.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Hamas vs Israeli

The terrorists of Hamas are concealed behind the civil, but the Israeli soldiers protect the civil. 
The terrorists of Hamas kill civil, but the Israeli soldiers saves the life of the civil. 
The terrorists of Hamas use the civil as human shield, but the Israeli soldiers are human shields for the civil.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

God of Israel

When Israel sins, God discipline!
When Israel deviates, God backwards back!
When Israel forgets God, God never forgets Israel.
When Israel is infidel to God, God continues being faithful to Israel.
When the world is against Israel, God is in favor of Israel and against the world.
When Israel claim to God, He will hear his Chosen People.
When everything look lost for Israel, God will save his Chosen People.
God is with Israel forever and Israel will be with God for eternity.

Monday, May 2, 2011

Triumph Rises Out of Tragedy: Bin Laden Is No More

On Sunday, U.S. special forces raided a compound in Pakistan, where they found al-Qaeda terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. Upon his resistance and following a fire fight, bin Laden became a victim of his own evil ways.

Bin Laden's death is a stunning victory for freedom-loving people and nations everywhere. He was the mastermind behind numerous vicious terror assaults, including the devastating 9/11 attacks on the U.S. With his departure, we all hope and pray that al-Qaeda will be crippled, to give a greater chance for peace throughout the entire world.

His death also sends a powerful message to terrorists. It is a way to say to these perpetrators of evil that their deeds will not go unpunished — the long arm of justice will eventually find them, wherever they are.

Not everyone agrees that bin Laden's death is an instance of justice being served. Hamas condemned the killing, calling bin Laden a "martyr" and "Arab holy warrior." By mourning this man who has the blood of thousands of innocents on his hands — including fellow Muslims — Hamas has again shown its true colors, and given Israel another reason to reject any negotiations with the terrorist group.

On May 1, 1945, German radio announced the death of Adolph Hitler. The fact that exactly sixty-six years later the world was given news of the death of another hate-filled leader bent on imposing his deeply misguided will on the world proves the enduring nature of evil — and the continued need for all of us who treasure liberty and freedom to remain united in solidarity and ever vigilant against its rise.

Let each one of us be grateful for the U.S. military, intelligence personnel, and all friends of freedom and peace who brought bin Laden to justice. And let us continue to pray with purpose for peace, trusting in the day when all enemies of good will heed the words of the Psalmist: "Turn from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it" (Psalm 34:14). May this be so in America, in Israel, and in all of God's world. Shalom.

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

Correction: The Bin Laden is not the responsible by the 9/11, the responsible are the Illuminattis. You can check!