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Monday, January 30, 2012


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By Jack Terpins
Today, our tool is the education and the recollection, seeking that the new generations know the event and we be able to guarantee that never again this will come back to occur. In 27 of January of 1945, the Soviet army entered and liberated Auschwitz, the most greatest field of extermination and concentration built by the nazis.  The image was shocking. The evidence of the extermination massive sprouted for all of the sides. The Germans had destroyed the majority of the deposits in the field, but in the that had, the Soviets found clear consequences of the cruelty: thousands of corpses without cremate and over 7000 kg of human hair. The survivors, that however were there, that obtained to survive, were limited the skin and bones. A handful of lives could have been trays of the criminal hands of the nazis, that already had murdered over six millions of Jews. His the people that entered us fields could not believe in what eyes witnessed. The own one Dwight Eisenhower, general of the army of the United States, upon visiting the first concentration camp liberated by his troop, Ohrdruf Nord, ordered that photographed everything for be assured that never went forgot the depth of the nazi horror. "The things that I saw, are indescribable", commented the general facing thousands and thousands of corpses that showed up the horror. With the same spirit of guarantee to the new generations that the world does not come back it live a similar extermination, the United Nations voted itself, and by unanimity, the date of 27 of January was established like the International Day in Memory to the Victims of the Holocaust. Facing the memory, to the recollection and to the education, if search avoid new genocides. The resolution urges to the States members it will elaborate educational programs that include the education of the Holocaust. Besides, it rejects all denial of that historical fact and condemns the manifestations of religious intolerance, incitement, siege or violence against people or communities based in his ethnic or his origin beliefs.  Each 27 of January, the different countries of the world cause to end celebrations that, in his majority, count on the presence of survivors, and of the presidents, ministers, you will parley of the countries, everybody committed with recollect and educate to the more young. There are some weeks, the Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad visited the Latin America.  The present spokesman of the denial of the Holocaust, promoter of slaughters and abuses to the Human Rights and instigator of the "disappearance" of a State member of the United Nations, well was received by presidents of countries of our region, motive that it must concern us so much. The denial of this worst thing will only permit that itself make news atrocities. Today, our tool is the education and the recollection, seeking that the new generations know the event and that we be able to guarantee the similar thing never come back to occur. I hope, the international community have learned how about Auschwitz, and like this, through the memory and the education, we avoided new genocides and that we be able to build a supportive, fair world and in peace.
Jack Terpins is a president of the latin-American Jewish Congress (CJL: Congresso Judaico Latino-Americano)
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Dear Friend,

This is no surprise to me or anyone who has been paying attention (yet somehow the media is shocked), but the Palestinians have no interest in peace, and they just proved it again.

After a series of meetings in Amman, Jordan, as laid out by the Quartet for Middle East Peace (the U.S., UN, EU and Russia), the Palestinians have declared the peace proposals dead on arrival. They are especially upset because Israel continues to (correctly) maintain that Jerusalem is the capital city of the Jewish state and will remain under Israeli control.
This is crucial to the spiritual battle taking place. Satan wants the Holy City. He declared in Isaiah 14 that he would rule the world from the “sides of the north”—an ancient reference to Jerusalem and the Temple Mount. The Holy City MUST NOT be divided. It is critical to Israel’s survival…it is critical to God’s prophetic plan for the world…and we need to be doing everything we can to support the Jewish people and defend the city of Jerusalem.
I am on a God-ordained fast today for Prime Minister Netanyahu, the nation of Israel, and for you, my beloved partner. I am asking God for supernatural provision. This is the Word of the Lord for you today:
My soul, wait silently for God alone, For my expectation is from Him.
He only is my rock and my salvation; He is my defense; I shall not be moved.
In God is my salvation and my glory; The rock of my strength, And my refuge, is in God.
Trust in Him at all times, you people; Pour out your heart before Him; God is a refuge for us. Selah

(Psalm 62:5-8, NKJV)
Please stop right now and join me in praying a blessing over every Jerusalem Prayer Team member as we stand together in defense of Israel.
God has called you and me to be watchmen for the city of Jerusalem and the nation of Israel. As we see Israel facing threats on every side, we must be more diligent than ever to stand with and support the Jewish people. I am so heavily burdened today—we need to see God work to deliver Israel from destruction…nothing else can stop the tide of evil and darkness surging toward the Jewish state. Will you stand with me on the walls of Jerusalem today?

Israel today stands on the brink of all-out war—a war that will kill or injure thousands of precious Jewish men, women, and children. We must do all that we can to defend the Jewish state and God’s Chosen People. These words from Scripture are burning in my heart today:

And Mordecai told them to answer Esther: “Do not think in your heart that you will escape in the king's palace any more than all the other Jews. For if you remain completely silent at this time, relief and deliverance will arise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father's house will perish. Yet who knows whether you have come to the kingdom for such a time as this?” (Esther 4:13&14)

When you send your gift of $15 or more to help the Jerusalem Prayer Team defend Israel “for such a time as this,” we will send you a copy of my book GameChanger about the threat of a nuclear attack on America and Israel. If you are able to send a gift of $30 or more, we will send both GameChanger and my new book The Samson Option, the sequel to GameChanger.
During the darkest days of the Yom Kippur War in 1973, Prime Minister Golda Meir considered using Israel’s nuclear weapons to stave off destruction. Could it happen again? If you send a gift of $80 or more, we will send you a softcover copy of GameChanger plus an autographed hardback copy of The Samson Option. Please be as generous as you can when you send your gift today.

Your support of the Jerusalem Prayer Team allows us to continue to stand up and speak out for Israel, as well as meet urgent humanitarian needs among the poor Jewish people living in Israel. Thank you so much for being part of this vital worldwide prayer movement.
Barukh atah Adonai eloheinu melekh ha-olam, ozier Yisrael bigvurah. Blessed art thou, Lord our God, King of the universe, who girds Israel with might.
Your ambassador to Jerusalem,
Dr. Michael Evans


New 3:
   The battle between the ultra-Orthodox Jews and the rest of Israel's population is raging. "Kfiya Datit" - Religious Coercion is one of the most hated subjects to an average Israeli - especially those of this generation.
   While the ultra-Orthodox don't serve in the IDF, don't work and contribute little to society, they receive billions in governmental aid and try to conform everyone to live by their rules and standards, which, Yeshua said, they themselves are not able to keep.
   So as recent attacks by the ultra-Orthodox are escalating, average citizens all across Israel are starting to make a stand for their freedom. Of course, the Messianic Jews have already been experiencing these attacks for years, and the rest of Israel is just now catching up with the phenomenon. But at least they get it now....
   In the midst of that Israel is in the constant turmoil of facing a war - whether from Egypt, which just elected the radical Islamists to head up their government, and who are threatening to annul the peace treaty with Israel, or from Iran, who might be less than a year away from nuclear capability.
   Needless to say, Israel needs salvation!
New Year 2012 at Tiferet Yeshua   This has become a great tradition for Israel's Messianic youth and young adults.
   On New Year's Eve, December 31, they gather together at Tiferet Yeshua Congregation, coming from all across Israel, to have a night of Praise and Worship.
   Because the opportunities to meet together are so rare (Israelis only have one day of rest a week), each time we can get together and be in unity - it's a special treat for everyone.
   And, of course, what can be better than starting the New Year off in fellowship with the God of Israel? Definitely nothing!
   Our Tel Aviv staff has had a special treat this month. A  young man from California, who is a top editor and producer of videos, was invited by Ari and Shira to share his knowledge.
   He gave us a 3-day seminar on how to make production more efficient as well as on how to work on scripts to make them more interesting.
   The producer also helped each of the staff to learn basics of other sides of the production which are usually not a part of the person's field of expertise.
   It was very enlightening and encouraging time for our team. We are praying for God to grow this seed that was implanted so we can realize the ability to stretch our capabilities and talents without limits.
UK Movie Premiere   On Wednesday evening there was a gathering of about 50 people from different churches at Pointer's School, Blackheath for the screening of the film "Blessing, Curse and Coincidence" hosted by Robert and Carol Higgins. This was organized in conjunction with Maoz UK. 
   Stephen Briggs of "Hatikvah" presented the first part of this excellent film.  It was accompanied by teaching and explanations of significant scriptures about God's purposes for Israel and the salvation of the world.
   Maoz UK Director, Dan Delap, then spoke about the work of Maoz and the Representative of Ebenezer talked about their work of enabling "Aliyah."
   We would like to remind you that you can meet with Maoz UK representatives at the upcoming Israel-UK National Conference February 10-11. We would love to see you! More info

Ari Board picture new   Ari in BIRMINGHAM, AL:  In February, Ari will be travelling in the USA.  His first stop—EQUIP International Leadership Conference in Florida, where he will be one of the featured speakers.  Then he will be in Birmingham, Alabama, speaking at Congregation Beth Hallel Friday evening, February 10, and again participating in the Torah Class Shabbat morning, Feb. 11. 

   Ari in DALLAS, TX:  From there, he travels to the Dallas area, where he will be connecting with partners and friends of the ministry at a “meet and greet” on Thursday, Feb 16.  If you are in the Dallas area, give us a call for directions—214.677.0560.  Ari would simply LOVE to see you.  And he will give a short update on what’s going on in the Middle East right now.
   Ray and Christy in McAlester, OKLAHOMA:  If you are in the area, be sure to visit Calvary Baptist Church, where Ray and Christy Wilkerson will be speaking Sunday evening, February 5.  They will be sharing the very latest details regarding Maoz ministry in Israel, as well as sharing about the current upheaval in the Middle East.  You won’t want to miss it!  It will be a jam-packed night with video updates and current events reports.  You can call the church to get more information: 918.423.4532.

0212 PDF cover   The February Maoz Israel Report centers around the ultra-Orthodox Jews in Israel.
   Because this issue is very hot on the burner, and because some of our readers might not yet realize the full extent of the battle and the religious spirits behind it, Shira wrote two excellent articles which examine two sides of this community.
   One is the complete and total submission to the rulings of rabbis regarding anything and everything in their lives, and the desire to make everyone else conform to their image and behavior.
   The other is a glimpse into their world and why they choose to completely disengage from modern society.
   In addition, the newsletter reminds you - and us - that there are woderful people who labor together with this ministry in various countries without which we simply would not exist.
   Look for our February Maoz Israel Report in your email Inbox soon!
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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

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The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released an unprecedented new report that provides the agency’s first public confirmation that Iran is closing in on the capability to produce nuclear weapons. Economic sanctions constitute the best non-military way to achieve this objective.

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Deliver Blessings

When I began the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews nearly 30 years ago, I envisioned a world in which after thousands of years apart, Christians and Jews would come together in friendship and service.

The Fellowship is guided by Isaiah’s reminder that holy living is helping the unfortunate. If we want to be blessed by God, we have to not only pray with our mouths, not only care with our hearts, but also bless others through our acts and deeds.

This year, millions of Jews in more than 20 countries will turn to The Fellowship in their time of need. Among them are Jewish orphans and infants, hungry and impoverished families, and the elderly — including Holocaust survivors. I speak every day with these needy Jewish people on the streets of Jerusalem, in the tenements of the former Soviet Union, and in the isolated villages of Ethiopia. They tell me of poverty and discrimination. And, my friend, they urgently need our help.

Please support IFCJ today and reach out to these suffering souls.

I am humbled by how this ministry has inspired the prayers and generosity of hundreds of thousands of Christians in America and around the world. Brenda in California wrote us recently, “God has given me a passion for Israel. God bless you for the good work you are doing at IFCJ.” And Linda in Mississippi shared, “God put it in my heart to give to this ministry. I wish I could help more.”

Through the sacrificial giving of friends like you, The Fellowship has been able to aid destitute Jews in Israel and the former Soviet Union, build bomb shelters that have saved Israelis from terrorist rockets, and bring persecuted Jews in exile safely home to the Holy Land.

But there are still so many of God’s people living in unimaginable poverty.

Please help ease their burden. Your generous gift to The Fellowship will help us deliver basic necessities like food, clothing, heating fuel, and medical assistance. Thank you.

With prayers for shalom, peace,

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein
By reaching out to our Jewish brothers and sisters with aid and assistance, we show our love for God and proclaim that Christians and Jews will be joined together for all time. Please give what you can right now to help Jews in need in Israel and around the world.

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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Rabbis Ask Evangelicals to Restore Values to America

'No country has lasted when it has become corrupt morally'

Voters in South Carolina – including the large numbers of evangelical Christians and Catholics there – are in the crosshairs of GOP political campaigns as they decide who should run against Democrat Barack Obama this fall.
And they are being asked by hundreds of Orthodox rabbis to think long and hard about their decision and “vote morality” instead of flash and dash of politics or the economy.
“No country, no empire has historically lasted past a certain stage when it has become corrupt morally,” said Yehuda Levin, a rabbi who is a spokesman for the Rabbinical Alliance of America.
The request is coming from the organization’s members, not the organization itself.
He noted that his organization doesn’t officially endorse a political candidate, but he’s warning South Carolina voters to think about the future of the nation.
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“By all measuring sticks, Gov. [Mitt] Romney is not at all socially conservative. He is not biblically conservative. I don’t think his positions are in accordance with his own Mormon faith,” Levin said.
“Therefore, our country is now facing a terrible, terrible situation, where, God forbid, we continue this hurtling toward Gomorrah, this decline.”
He said a loss of morality will be followed by a loss of economy, culture and religion.
“We are appealing to evangelicals, Catholics to put as a primary focus, a primary issue even before money, is morality and decency,” he said.
“We plead with you to spread this message,” he said. “Choose a candidate who has lived a pro-family life.”
He also released his message on video:

“We all remember the story of Jonah and Nineveh. The prophet warned that God had decreed the destruction of the city in forty days,” he said in a prepared statement. “America’s fate will likely be determined in the South Carolina presidential primary January 21. The man who the voters choose will probably become the Republican presidential nominee, the man charged with defeating President Obama and reversing the moral and economic freefall he and his allies have encouraged.”
He said Romney’s “basic concern is money and power.”
“In a recent televised Republican presidential debate, Gov. Romney, a dangerous homosexualist, boasted that he will continue to pander to the lowest elements of American society in many areas, including appointment to the (Supreme) court(s),” Levin said.
“Another candidate in that debate took the opposite position. He condemned the murder of defenseless babies, openly defied the rampant immorality promoted in the media, etc., and clearly pointed out the connection between America’s financial and military success and its historical commitment to the biblical principles of jurisprudence and morality,” he said.
“If America is to regain God’s grace and rebuild our ruined economy, it is crucial that South Carolina actively reject Gov. Romney’s previous record and future aspirations. Choose the right man. The man who has lived and shares our biblical values, the moral man with the uncompromising moral positions who will thus bring God’s blessings, once again, to our society.”
He said, “Capitalism alone can not save [America]. No amount of financial tinkering can save a country which is morally bankrupt – that is what we learn from the decline and fall of the great empires of history.”
The group, some 850 Orthodox Jewish rabbis in the U.S. and Canada, serving some 500,000 religious Jews, earlier noted that it was “compelled” to “condemn Mitt Romney’s support and promotion of the immoral homosexual lifestyle and agenda.”
A WND request for comment from the Romney campaign did not generate a response.
The earlier statement stemmed from a special conclave of the rabbis:
WND reported last month about the “Declaration on the Torah Approach to Homosexuality” from dozens of rabbis, community leaders and even mental health professionals.
It states that same-sex attractions can be modified and “healed,” and condemns the “propaganda blitz” that has been launched “to persuade the public about the legitimacy of homosexuality.”
“The media is rife with negative labels implying that one is ‘hateful’ or ‘homophobic’ if they do not accept the homosexual lifestyle as legitimate. This political coercion has silenced many into acquiescence. Unfortunately this attitude has seeped into the Torah community and many have become confused or have accepted the media’s portrayal of this issue,” the statement says.
“The Torah makes a clear statement that homosexuality is not an acceptable lifestyle or a genuine identity by severely prohibiting its conduct. Furthermore, the Torah, ever prescient about negative secular influences, warns us in Vayikra (Leviticus) 20:23 ‘Do not follow the traditions of the nations that I expel from before you…’ Particularly the Torah writes this in regards to homosexuality and other forbidden sexual liaisons,” the statement says.
The rabbis’ statement today cited a new book from Amy Contrada that is called, “Mitt Romney’s Deception.” The book documents Romney’s career promises to advance the homosexual agenda and issue proclamations celebrating homosexual youth pride.

Blaming Obama
It was just days earlier that a former lesbian now running a specialized ministry said Obama is using his worldwide influence “and the financial power of the government” to promote homosexuality.
That’s from Janet Boynes of Janet Boynes Ministries, which states up-front that its goal is to “minister to individuals who question their sexuality or who wish to leave homosexuality. JBM will seek to inform and challenge churches and society about the issues surrounding sexuality and teach how to minister to the homosexual community.”
She told WND that many “young and naïve secularists” are busy following Obama’s leading on his sexually permissive agenda, and the result of that will lead “to the demise of traditional values and families,” she said.
The Obama agenda also “propagates the attack of Judeo-Christian beliefs on a global level.”
But while other ministries are critical of Obama’s pro-homosexual drive – he’s put more homosexuals in positions of power than any other president, opened the U.S. military to open homosexuality and signed into law a “hate crimes” plan that provides special protections for homosexuals – Boynes goes one step further.
“The Bible says that the enemy comes to steal, kill and destroy (John 10:10),” she said. “It is his main objective to bring confusion and cause division within the church and he does this by altering God’s truth in such a way that many Christians are deceived if they are not rooted and grounded in God’s word.”
WND recently reported on the policy of the Obama administration to be the new global sex cop and a recently signed executive order that some say is sure to promote “quotas” of LGBT hires for federal government jobs.
WND also reported on the push by various administration officials to normalize LGBT behavior, including the designation of “gender identity” as a protected status for federal jobs.
WND columnist Matt Barber wrote that liberals are “desperate” in their efforts “to dredge up some natural, biological rationalization – of which science has found none – to validate demonstrably unnatural behavior.”
“That’s why we see such visceral hatred on the left for the ex-gay community. From a political and legal standpoint, it’s strategically critical that these same liberals undermine and marginalize the very real-life experiences of untold thousands of former homosexuals,” he wrote. “This mean-spiritedness represents a profound lack of respect for other people’s ‘right to choose.’ Their favorite dig is: ‘You can’t pray away the gay.’ Once you’ve self-identified as – or been labeled – ‘gay,’ you’re stuck with it, you see.
“Ironically, these same liberals will suggest with a straight face (no pun intended) that something that is innate – a person’s biological sex – can change. If you’re a man who, today, feels like a woman, why then, snippity-snip and voila! You’re a woman,” he said.

Only God can save our country, if all Americans seek Him!
God blesses United States and all Americans!

Thursday, January 19, 2012

CUFI's Message

Pastor John Hagee
National Chairman

Shout for joy to the LORD, all the earth. Worship the LORD with gladness;
   come before Him with joyful songs. Know that the LORD is God. It is He who made us, and we are His; we are His people, the sheep of His pasture. Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts. For the LORD is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations. Psalms 100
It is an essential part of the Christian walk to give thanks to the Lord in all things and at all times (I Thess 5:18). Whether we are standing on the mountain top or walking in the deepest valley we are to give thanks to the Lord for He is good and His mercies endure forever!
Therefore, I give thanks to the Lord for you all who have answered the call of Christians United for Israel.  Our unity has proven effective in the eyes of God and He has remained faithful to command His blessing over CUFI.
I ask that you consider multiplying yourselves this year by speaking to your friends and family about joining CUFI. It is our desire to exceed 1, 000,000 members by our July Summit in DC. The stronger our numbers the stronger our impact! I also ask the Lord to multiply our efforts and to multiply our resources enabling us to heed the call of standing with Israel and the Jewish people.
I pray the blessings of God upon you and yours as you prayerfully consider joining us in Israel for the Christians United for Israel Solidarity March and Rally, March 19, 2012.  Please watch this video invitation to the Jerusalem Summit by Pastor Hagee. Also please mark your calendar for July 16-20, 2012 and make plans to join us in DC for our 7th Annual Washington Summit. 

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Monday, January 16, 2012

Martin Luther King Jr's Birthaday 2

A year ago, I had the solemn honor of laying a State of Israel wreath on the hallowed gravesite of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his wife, Coretta Scott King, in Atlanta. The moment was one of profound meaning for me and on several levels.
I grew up in this country during the great struggle for civil rights and followed with pride the historic alliance between the African-American and American Jewish communities, I mourned the loss of both African-American and Jewish lives in that noble cause. For forty years, my father headed a Jewish hospital in Newark. The hospital was originally established to provide jobs for Jewish doctors who were denied work at other facilities simply because of their religion. The hospital later became the first to hire African-American physicians who were denied work elsewhere merely because of their race. In 1967, after the Newark riots, every private hospital fled the city but one. That Jewish hospital determined to stay in Newark and continue to serve its community. The hospital remains to this day with the Star of David gracing its entrance and my father's name inscribed on its emergency room.
Throughout those years, the Rev. Dr. King was an inspiration to us all, a source of hope and wellspring of brotherhood. His assassination was devastating to our community and deeply scarring for me.
Later, writing as an historian of America's centuries-long involvement in the Middle East, I learned about the courageous support of early champions of African-American rights--the Reverend Edward Wilmot Blyden and Frederick Douglass--for Zionism. For them, Zionism--the quest to recreate a Jewish state in our ancestral homeland, the Land of Israel--was no different than the African-American dream of freedom. That same standard of common cause was borne high by the Rev. Dr. King.  "Zionism," he said, "is nothing less than the dream and ideal of the Jewish people returning to live in their own land. All men of good will exult in the fulfillment of God's promise, that His people should return in joy to rebuild their plundered land."
Finally, today, as ambassador, I am proud to represent the a country that is deeply engaged with Africa, in promoting agricultural development, women's empowerment, and health care. I represent the country that was the first on the ground with a medical team in earthquake-devastated Haiti, and a country that is home to a vibrant Ethiopian community.
Israel is the only country in the Middle East to host a Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King memorial--not far from my home in Jerusalem--and the only country to plant a Coretta Scott King Memorial Forest, in the Galilee.
The King legacy is part of our legacy, for we cherish the same values of equality and tolerance, and strive for the same goals of liberty and peace. And so, on the personal, the professional, and the official levels, I feel singularly privileged to be named as the Honorary Chair of this 21st Annual commemoration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
As Martin Luther King, you can support Israel:

As Martin Luther King, I have a dream that Israel will be an oasis of brotherhood, democracy and PEACE.
Shalom and God blesses you!

Sunday, January 15, 2012

Martin Luther King Jr's Birthaday

Ambassador Michael Oren remarks for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 13, 2012).

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Martin Luther King, Jr.
A Champion of Civil Rights
A Crusader for Justice
A Supporter of Israel

From Dr. King's own words:

"I see Israel as one of the great outposts of democracy in the world... a marvelous example of what can be done... desert land can be transformed...

...into an oasis of brotherhood and democracy.

Peace for Israel means security...

...and that security must be a reality."

"When people criticize Zionists...

...they mean Jews."

"I solemnly pledge to do my utmost to uphold the fair name of the Jews -

...because bigotry in any form is an affront to us all."

Film credits
Directed by Shlomo Blass
JIF Post Team: David Sacks, Jason Venokur, Brian Ash, Yariv Newman, Brian Berkowitz, Bill Hooper, Adam Chrysler
Senior Editor: Scott Fuselier
Opening Animation by Yariv Newman, Design by Dalia Garih
MLK quotes from: Monday, January 21, 2002 (San Francisco Chronicle)

"I have a dream" for peace in the Middle East
King's Special Bond with Israel by John Lewis

U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a Democrat, represents the 5th Congressional District of Georgia and worked closely with Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement.

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Dr. King: Anti-Zionism Is Anti-Semitism
By Andrew G. Bostom | Monday, January 20, 2003

Martin Luther King, Jr. possessed a remarkable clarity of vision and purpose. He complemented these attributes with a sound, empathic understanding of the history of human oppression. Dr. King's unequivocal renunciation of anti-Zionism reflected his consistent, courageous opposition to all manifestations of bigotry. Against the backdrop of resurgent Jew hatred worldwide, epitomized by the hypocritical September 2001 Durban Conference on "Racism", Dr. King's candid, thoughtful reflections on the true nature of anti-Zionism are particularly edifying.

Shortly before his death, Dr. King had the moral courage to confront the burgeoning Jew hatred of both extreme leftwing Black organizations, including the Black Panthers and the radicalized Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, as well as the Black Muslims. For example, during a 1968 appearance at Harvard University, he stated bluntly:

"When people criticize Zionists, they mean Jews, You are talking anti-Semitism." [ from "The Socialism of Fools: The Left, the Jews and Israel" by Seymour Martin Lipset; in Encounter magazine, December 1969, p. 24. ].

King immediately recognized anti-Zionism as anti-Semitism- Judenhass - refusing to indulge what he believed was simply another manifestation of the same hatred confronting Blacks. As Georgia Congressman John Lewis, who worked closely with Dr. King during the civil rights movement, observed last year on Martin Luther King Day,

"He knew that both peoples [i.e., Blacks and Jews] were uprooted involuntarily from their homelands. He knew that both peoples were shaped by the tragic experience of slavery. He knew that both peoples were forced to live in ghettoes, victims of segregation. He knew that both peoples were subject to laws passed with the particular intent of oppressing them simply because they were Jewish or black. He knew that both peoples have been subjected to oppression and genocide on a level unprecedented in history."

(San Francisco Chronicle, Monday, January 21, 2002)

Mayor Rudy Giuliani:
Dr. King was more than a civil rights leader, more than a nobel prize winner...
He was a visionary whose courage and determination to balance the scales of injustice changed the world forever.
From the Montgomery Bus Boycott to his final hours in Memphis, Dr. King stood tall.
His message of hope, peace and love sent a message to all people, for all time.
Dr. King was aware of the dangers he faced.
But he knew his was a destiny like that of Moses... To lead others to the promised land, knowing that he very well may have never reached that promised land himself.

And as we pay tribute to the memory and message of Dr. King, let's resolve to define ourselves by our commitment to tolerance, peace and cooperation.

Thank you.

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That God blesses all supporters as the Martin Luther King and blesses the King's family!

Friday, January 13, 2012

ACT NOW for ISRAEL: Prevent Neo-Nazi Festival in Australia

(AUSTRALIA) Brisbane Attorney-General Paul Lucas says he won’t block a neo-Nazi music festival, set to be held in April.
He has also dismissed calls by parliamentarians for legislative action to ensure the Hammered Music Festival cannot take place.
Independent Burnett MP Rob Messenger is planning to propose a private member’s bill that would force the state government to ban the festival.
The measure, he said, will mandate jail time and up to $300,000 in fines for anyone who organizes neo-Nazi events. He has launched an online petition to pressure both sides of parliament to support the bill.
“We are not in the business of banning people who express moronic, stupid and wrong points of view,” Lucas told the Courier-Mail newspaper in an interview.
australia“If they want to make total fools of themselves and demonstrate their mentality, then that’s for them. But if they incite people to violence or breach the anti-discrimination provisions… then we will refer the matter for investigation and prosecution. You can’t ban something on the basis of what people might do,” he commented.
This is not the first time the event has been held.
Organized by the Southern Cross Hammerskins and the “white resistance” group Blood and Honour Australia, the white supremacist festival is entering its third year as an annual event. Held for the first two years on the Gold Coast of Australia, this year it moved its venue to Brisbane, the third most populous city in Australia, located in the state of Queensland.
United with Israel believes it is important to act for the sake of peace. YOU can help prevent this horrific event from taking place! We urge you to Send an email to expressing your protest to the Australian government for allowing a neo-Nazi festival to take place in one of its prominent cities, Brisbane.
Every person has the power to make a difference, so we ask you to take a few short moments of your time to let the Australian government know that allowing a neo-Nazi party is unacceptable and irresponsible.

NEO-NAZIS are enemies of Jews, Israel and God!
God have mercy of them and Shalom!

Thursday, January 12, 2012

A Time of Need

Make a Lifesaving Gift Today
As we enter a new year it is a blessing to know that, together, we will be able to ease the suffering of so many destitute Jewish people in the Holy Land and around the world in 2012.

Sadly, millions of Jews in more than 20 countries will turn to IFCJ in their time of need this coming year. And, with your help we will:
  • Provide food, clothing, shelter, housing, and other urgent needs for all Israelis, including children and the elderly, who are suffering from poverty, terrorism and war;
  • Distribute vital heating fuel, food, and other basic necessities to hundreds of thousands of destitute Jews living in the former Soviet Union; and,
  • Bring thousands of persecuted Jewish people safely home to the Holy Land — fulfilling the prophecies that promise to gather the Jewish exiles “from the four corners of the earth” (Isaiah 11:12).
These blessings are only possible because friends like you generously support The Fellowship.

People like Velock from Florida, who wrote in to tell us, “I love and support IFCJ because from being a child I was taught to love God’s people. May God continue to bless and keep IFCJ as we work together!!”

Or Laura in California, who shared that she supports IFCJ because, “I love God's people and I know that it is more blessed to give than to receive. May the Lord continue to bless Israel and the Jewish people all around the world.”

While IFCJ supporters have many different reasons why they give, all donations have one thing in common: they all make a lifesaving impact on behalf of Jews who are suffering from heartbreaking poverty and religious persecution. Please join us and make a difference today.

With prayers for shalom, peace,

Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein
Each year, The Fellowship provides humanitarian aid like food, medical supplies, blankets, and heat to disadvantaged individuals and families, including elderly Holocaust survivors, children, and victims of terror. Please help continue this important work in 2012 and make a critical gift today.

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God blesses you and Shalom!

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Everything About Apartheid in the Middle East

Is Israel an Apartheid State? Dennis Prager provides the definitive answer. He also explains why some people ask it. This question would be absurd if people didn't take it seriously. Their motive is often disingenuous. They want to de-legitimize Israel by trying to link it to Apartheid South Africa. Visit to learn more about the Middle East Conflict and other courses you don't want to miss.

Here’s an incredible letter written by a non-Jewish Scottish professor to his students who voted to boycott Israel.
scotlandThis is a MUST READ article that needs to be disseminated in every university. If you have children or grandchildren in university please make sure they publish this important letter in the students’ rag or post it on the university bulletin board.
A Scottish professor responds to campus boycott. The Edinburgh Student’s Association made a motion to boycott all things Israeli since they claim Israel is under an apartheid regime. Dr. Denis Maceoin (a non-Jew) is an expert in Middle Eastern affairs. Here is his letter to those students. AN EDUCATED NON-JEWISH TAKE ON ISRAEL.
Dr. Denis MacEoin, a senior editor of the Middle East Quarterly, addresses The Committee of the Edinburgh University Student Association.
Received by e-mail from the author, Dr. Denis MacEoin, a senior editor of the Middle East Quarterly,
TO: The Committee Edinburgh University Student Association.

May I be permitted to say a few words to members of the EUSA? I am an Edinburgh graduate (MA 1975) who studied Persian, Arabic and Islamic History in Buccleuch Place under William Montgomery Watt and Laurence Elwell Sutton, two of Britain ‘s great Middle East experts in their day.
I later went on to do a PhD at Cambridge and to teach Arabic and Islamic Studies at Newcastle University . Naturally, I am the author of several books and hundreds of articles in this field. I say all that to show that I am well informed in Middle Eastern affairs and that, for that reason, I am shocked and disheartened by the EUSA motion and vote.
I am shocked for a simple reason: there is not and has never been a system of apartheid in Israel . That is not my opinion, that is fact that can be tested against reality by any Edinburgh student, should he or she choose to visit Israel to see for themselves. Let me spell this out, since I have the impression that those members of EUSA who voted for this motion are absolutely clueless in matters concerning Israel, and that they are, in all likelihood, the victims of extremely biased propaganda coming from the anti-Israel lobby.
Being anti-Israel is not in itself objectionable. But I’m not talking about ordinary criticism of Israel . I’m speaking of a hatred that permits itself no boundaries in the lies and myths it pours out. Thus, Israel is repeatedly referred to as a “Nazi” state. In what sense is this true, even as a metaphor? Where are the Israeli concentration camps? The einzatsgruppen? The SS? The Nuremberg Laws? The Final Solution? None of these things nor anything remotely resembling them exists in Israel , precisely because the Jews, more than anyone on earth, understand what Nazism stood for.
It is claimed that there has been an Israeli Holocaust in Gaza (or elsewhere). Where? When? No honest historian would treat that claim with anything but the contempt it deserves. But calling Jews Nazis and saying they have committed a Holocaust is as basic a way to subvert historical fact as anything I can think of.
Likewise apartheid. For apartheid to exist, there would have to be a situation that closely resembled how things were in South Africa under the apartheid regime. Unfortunately for those who believe this, a weekend in any part of Israel would be enough to show how ridiculous the claim is.
That a body of university students actually fell for this and voted on it is a sad comment on the state of modern education. The most obvious focus for apartheid would be the country’s 20% Arab population. Under Israeli law, Arab Israelis have exactly the same rights as Jews or anyone else; Muslims have the same rights as Jews or Christians; Baha’is, severely persecuted in Iran, flourish in Israel, where they have their world center; Ahmadi Muslims, severely persecuted in Pakistan and elsewhere, are kept safe by Israel; the holy places of all religions are protected under a specific Israeli law. Arabs form 20% of the university population (an exact echo of their percentage in the general population).
In Iran, the Bahai’s (the largest religious minority) are forbidden to study in any university or to run their own universities: why aren’t your members boycotting Iran ? Arabs in Israel can go anywhere they want, unlike blacks in apartheid South Africa . They use public transport, they eat in restaurants, they go to swimming pools, they use libraries, they go to cinemas alongside Jews – something no blacks were able to do in South Africa .
Israeli hospitals not only treat Jews and Arabs, they also treat Palestinians from Gaza or the West Bank. On the same wards, in the same operating theaters.
In Israel , women have the same rights as men: there is no gender apartheid. Gay men and women face no restrictions, and Palestinian gays often escape into Israel, knowing they may be killed at home.
It seems bizarre to me that LGBT groups call for a boycott of Israel and say nothing about countries like Iran , where gay men are hanged or stoned to death. That illustrates a mindset that beggars belief.
Intelligent students thinking it’s better to be silent about regimes that kill gay people, but good to condemn the only country in the Middle East that rescues and protects gay people. Is that supposed to be a sick joke?
University is supposed to be about learning to use your brain, to think rationally, to examine evidence, to reach conclusions based on solid evidence, to compare sources, to weigh up one view against one or more others. If the best Edinburgh can now produce are students who have no idea how to do any of these things, then the future is bleak.
I do not object to well-documented criticism of Israel . I do object when supposedly intelligent people single the Jewish state out above states that are horrific in their treatment of their populations. We are going through the biggest upheaval in the Middle East since the 7th and 8th centuries, and it’s clear that Arabs and Iranians are rebelling against terrifying regimes that fight back by killing their own citizens.
Israeli flagIsraeli citizens, Jews and Arabs alike, do not rebel (though they are free to protest). Yet Edinburgh students mount no demonstrations and call for no boycotts against Libya, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and Iran. They prefer to make false accusations against one of the world’s freest countries, the only country in the Middle East that has taken in Darfur refugees, the only country in the Middle East that gives refuge to gay men and women, the only country in the Middle East that protects the Bahai’s…. Need I go on?
The imbalance is perceptible, and it sheds no credit on anyone who voted for this boycott. I ask you to show some common sense. Get information from the Israeli embassy. Ask for some speakers. Listen to more than one side. Do not make your minds up until you have given a fair hearing to both parties. You have a duty to your students, and that is to protect them from one-sided argument.
They are not at university to be propagandized. And they are certainly not there to be tricked into anti-Semitism by punishing one country among all the countries of the world, which happens to be the only Jewish state. If there had been a single Jewish state in the 1930′s (which, sadly, there was not), don’t you think Adolf Hitler would have decided to boycott it?
Your generation has a duty to ensure that the perennial racism of anti-Semitism never sets down roots among you. Today, however, there are clear signs that it has done so and is putting down more. You have a chance to avert a very great evil, simply by using reason and a sense of fair play. Please tell me that this makes sense. I have given you some of the evidence. It’s up to you to find out more.
Yours sincerely,
Denis MacEoin

If Israel isn't an Apartheid state, what are the states?
Watch the answer:
Official, institutionalized discrimination against Palestinians is widespread in the Middle East. Where does this Apartheid take place, and what are the reasons behind it?
Israel is not an Apartheid state nor did it ever run an Apartheid system in the disputed territories. The real Apartheid is in the Arab and Muslim world. I call it Islamic Apartheid. Islamic Apartheid has such an ugly legacy that victimized both non-Muslims and Muslims alike and both Arab and non-Arab alike. It has victimized Homosexuals, women, non-Muslims and even Muslims of different ethnic groups. While it is seen as okay to bash Israel as the "racist Apartheid Zionist regime", it is seen as bigoted, racist and/or Islamophobic to talk about the tyranny and Apartheid in the Arab and Muslim world. This video is dedicated to the heroes in the IDF [Israel Defense Forces], who struggle to protect and defend their country while balancing it out with human rights and to the courageous heroic people, who want to end Islamo-Fascism, whether they're Muslims, Arabs, Jews, Christians or any other religious denomination, ethnic group and/or racial group. This video is also dedicated to the people in Sderot, who had to deal with rocket attacks for about a decade.

More about Apartheid Islamic:
Petition against the Islamization and in favor of Israel:

Think about it and stand with the only democracy in the Middle East.
Shalom and God blesses you!

Sunday, January 8, 2012

Invitation to CUFI's Leesburg Screening of IRANIUM on January 15, 2012


Christians United For Israel invites you to an

IRANIUM Movie Screening.

Sunday, January 15, 2012
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Leesburg Church of the Nazarene
17667 Roxbury Hall Rd
Leesburg, VA 20175

In approximately 60 minutes, Iranium powerfully reports
on the many aspects of the threat America and the world
now face using rarely-before seen footage of Iranian
leaders, and interviews with 25 leading politicians,
Iranian dissidents, and experts.

Presented  by
Christians United For Israel
If you are able, please attend to show our Christian solidarity.
If you are unable to attend this event or you would like to do more to support Israel, then please sign the Israel pledge. Your name will be joined with thousands of others from across the country and presented to our elected officials in Washington DC to encourage them to continue to support Israel.
Sign The Israel Pledge

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God blesses you and Shalom!

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Support and Take Action For Israel in This Year

This year, 2012, will be the most important year in Israel's history.
The world will never be the same again. With revolutions erupting
across the Middle East, elections in the United States of America and
the European economy in turmoil, NOW IS THE TIME to stand with Israel.
Make a resolution to support The Land of and join us in
spreading the truth and beauty of Israel with the world. The world
needs to know the truth now more than ever before.

"The eyes of the Lord your God are always upon it, from the beginning
of the year, until the year's end." Deuteronomy 11:12. The eyes of
the world are focused on Israel - as what will happen in Jerusalem, will
ultimately happen to the rest of the world.
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Please, help to stop the enemy of Israel:

Together, we can do everything for Israel!
God blesses Israel and Shalom!

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

More Than 25,000 Prayers Delivered

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I want to personally let you know that the heartfelt prayers of more than 25,000 IFCJ supporters have been delivered before God at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.

People prayed for healing, guidance from God, and direction on their lives, and we were so very grateful for the opportunity to carry out such meaningful and spiritual work on their behalf.

You see, praying for you and your loved ones is one way we are able to return the blessings you so generously share when you help The Fellowship ease the suffering of destitute Jewish people in Israel and around the world.

My friend, there are so many Israelis who are praying every day for the basic necessities like food, clothing and shelter. If you would like to help IFCJ answer their prayers, then I invite you to support our work by making a small gift today.

Thank you for working hand in hand to help the less fortunate among us.

With prayers for shalom, peace,
Rabbi Sig
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein

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God blesses you and Shalom!