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There is some credible research out there that seems to suggest that whenever there is a blood moon event, something happens to Israel or the Jewish people at large. Last month many of us witnessed a blood moon in the heavens. Could that blood moon have been an omen of a pending persecution and/or holocaust for Jews worldwide that will lead to a large Aliyah (return) of Jews to Israel. Does the recent flood of anti-Jewish persecution prove this to be true? Let's look at this tonight on Opposing The Matrix.
Jewish Board is a political group in South Africa as a group that was actively involved in getting rid of Aparthied. The very same people that the Jewish people faught for an opposition of aparthied actually are now being oppposed for supporting the State of Israel and are recieving death threats on social media. Recently in Johannbsburg, a zionist federation conference was held and the conference was threatened by a mob of 100,000 in the past during operation of protective edge and recently of 1000. We are pleased that our guest co-host will be Ari Lewis from Arutz Shevam, Israel National Radio.
We know that there are, at this time two separations of what we know to be "Corporate Israel." There is Judah, which includes some of every tribe, but most Judah, Banjamin and Levi. However, the Lost 10 Tribes, known as Ephraim, are just coming into their identity as Yahweh is revealing whom is who. Will Ephraim be going home soon? Will Judah accept Ephraim as a valid entity? Let's look at that subject in this episode of Bai-Ya-Mim
Brondon and Noe Mathis have been ordained ministers for the last 26 and 20 years respectively, having served on the staff and leadership team of the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, as well as 8 years on the Pastoral Staff at World Harvest Church in Columbus Ohio.
While on staff at World Harvest Church Brondon was director of Evangelism and Outreach, establishing & operating its inner city ministries called Metro Harvest Church.
Comprised of four satellite community centers on each side of town, these centers, called Hope Centers, were established by Brondon Mathis to minister to thousands in the inner-city of Columbus Ohio. Over a 5 year period over 10,000 souls were saved and discipled from the government projects of the inner cities through this ministry.
Brondon and Noe Mathis are committed to seeing the Church returned to her covenant roots, as well as the release of Justice in the inner-cities of the earth, through day and night prayer, the performing arts, and feeding ministries to the poor.
They have been Married for 19 years and have 5 children. Shekinah, Israeli, Imanuel, Aharon, and Hannah-Aliyah.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin is an artist and educator in SF. Born in the SF Bay Area and raised in San Francisco, the CCSF history professor joins us to talk about, the Bayview Hunter's Point Riot in 1966, in a lecture at the John Adams Center Library at City College, San Francisco, 10:45-12:15, 1860 Hayes Street, San Francisco, CA 94117, (415) 561-1956 or firstname.lastname@example.org. It is a free event.
2. Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical creators, Anthony Wayne and Kendrell Bowman. Mighty Real opens at Brava Theatre in San Francisco tonight, Feb. 11. See www.brava.org & http://www.fabuloussylvester.com/about.html
3. Rhodessa Jones (director) & Ryan Nicole Austin (Xtigone "Tig") join us to talk about the World Premiere of Nambi E. Kelly's "Xtigone," @ the African American Shakespeare Company at the Buriel Clay Theatre, African-American Art & Culture Complex, 762 Fulton Street, San Francisco. Tickets: $15-$34.00: http://www.african-americanshakes.org/productions/xtigone/
Music: Archie Shepp: "Revolution"
Tonight we have a very special guest, Rabbi Yehuda Glick!
Rabbi Yehuda Joshua Glick is an American-born Israeli rabbi and Torah Scholar, Recently he was shot during an assignation attempt by Hamas and survived 4 bullets in the chest and abdominal cavity. He is a civil rights activist who campaigns for expanding access to World Jewry to our temple mount area, which is currently under control of Jordan. Glick is the leader of the group Haliba, a coalition of groups dedicated to “reaching complete and comprehensive freedom and civil rights for Jews and Gentiles on the Temple Mount.
Yehuda Glick was born on 20 November 1965 in the USA to American parents, Brenda his mother and his father Shimon Glick; the family made Aliyah to Eretz Israel when he was a child. Glick is chairman of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation, and previously worked as the executive director of The Temple Institute, a group that supports the building of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount. Glick advocates opening the Temple Mount on an equal footing to prayer by Muslims, Jews, Christians and others. He has been called "a symbol of the struggle for Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount. And has been described as representing the recent shift in the demand for Jewish prayer to be permitted on the Temple Mount on an equal footing. Left Wing Liberal journalist of Haaetz Nir Hasson credits Glick as having put the Israeli left on the defensive by "uncover(ing) the absurdity created at the Temple Mount" by a status quo that, by permitting Muslim prayer while prohibiting Jewish prayer, "discriminates against people because of their religion."
This Thursday at 6:00 PM, we have a special addition of the Pesach and Eliana Show.
Walid, used to be a radicalized Muslim willing to die for the cause of Jihad until he converted to Christianity in 1994. As a member of the PLO he was involved in terror activity, and was imprisoned in Jerusalem for three weeks. In prison, I was recruited to plant a bomb in Bethlehem as a result of which, thank God, no one was injured. My mother was an American and my father a Palestinian Arab. My parents sent me in 1978 to the United States to study at Loop College in Chicago, Illinois. There he was recruited at a hotel “Terror Conference” by Jamal Said, a founder of the IAP (Islamic Association of Palestine) and Imam at one of the largest mosques in Chicago. The IAP was a forerunner to today’s Hamas terror organization and also to the terror front group CAIR (Council for American Islamic relations). This was in the early 1980s when I was being trained for Jihad activities in the USA along with many other young foreigners as well as US citizens. The Imams were the prime recruiters for terrorism then as they are still today and terror conferences are held all over the USA to this day. Here is a link to a sample we have on video which was held in 1989, over twelve years before the 9/11 attacks.
Shifra Hoffman is the webmaster and content owner at http://www.shuva.net/ a website urging Jewish People all over the world to make Aliyah. Shifra feels history is repeating itself and urges Jewish people world wide to make emergency aliyah. Shifra will be on live following Walid Shoebat to discuss the killings in Copenhagen. This is a show advising Jewish People to come home now.
Meet award-winning author and media personality, Keri D. Singleton, and teen sensation author Randall Barnes this week on IN THE SPOTLIGHT!
IN THE SPOTLIGHT...the place where authors, publishers and literary professionals connect. Join us here every 1st, 2nd and 3rd Sunday from 3-4 pm est.
Hosted by award-winning author and media personality, Tumika Patrice Cain.
To be considered for an interview, email your bio, headshot, book cover and/or image of your product or services to SayWhatBC@yahoo.com.
Tonight, Pesach and Eliana welcome Rod Bryant to the podcast.
Rod Bryant is Director of Education and Counseling for Netiv Center for Torah Study in Houston, Texas. He was a successful former Evangelical Christian minister, who advocates Torah-based principles for the non-Jew. Rod has a show on Arutz Sheva On Israel National News with Ira Michaelson called "A Light to the Nations" and plans to make Aliyah in a year or two.
This will be a great conversation!
You can find the Netiv Houston website at http://www.netiv.net
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