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After the cease fire approached, Israeli Prime Minister Bibi [Benjamin] Netanyahu proclaimed that Israel won in its war to destroy the Hamas terrorist infrastructure such as the rocket launchers and the tunnels. Is that so?According to opinion polls, most Israelis disagree and want harder action against Hamas. According to polls reported in the Wall Street Journal, 58% of Israelis believe that it was a mistake for the Israeli Government to accept an open-ended cease fire while 61% believe that Israel's major counter-terrorist operation "Operation Protective Shield" did not achieve its goal of security. But though Benjanin Netanyahu proclaimed victory, right-wing parties in his coalition Government are not satisfied. And with good reason. For there has been recent news of Hamas rebuilding the terror tunnels and their terror network in Gaza. With this recent development, does that mean that this counter-terror operation by the Israelis make it another endless cycle of countinous rocket attacks and big time Israeli bombings of terror targets [hidden in civilian areas] in Gaza when Israel decided that enough is enough, only to have the world condemn Israel, more cease fires, and then back to square one? Apparently so. In this show, I will make the case why Hamas needs to be overthrown. For clearly doing nothing will cost more innocent lives: both Jewish and Arab alike, especially when Hamas is able to continue firing rockets at innocent Israeli civilians from civilian areas and when they hide themselves and their terror infrastructure in hospitals, schools, houses, and mosques, thusly putting their civilians at risk so then Israel looks bad. Yet the moronic left is silent about this endless cycle of blood while they unfairly condemn Israel and act like you're a hardliner racist warmonger if you want to get rid of Hamas.
Segment 1: The secular Mitzrayim: What is the secular Mitzrayim? Mitzrayim is the Hebrew word for Egypt. In the Torah, Hashem commands Bnai Yisrael to not return to Egypt, the land where they were enslaved for 400 years. But why Egypt in particular? The Jewish people dealt with anti-Semitism all over the world. The Holocaust, which took the lives of 6,000,000 Jews, took place, not in Egypt; but in Germany and other places in Europe. So why Egypt? As I explained in previous shows, Egypt is the spiritual state of slavery and away from G-dliness, Torah, and Mitzvot. And the most blantant example of such a state is the essense of Amalek, through secular society, getting the Jew away from Shabbat observance. The common argument is that the demands of his/her job or of [secular Gentile] society at large keeps him/her from Shabbat observance. And with the Shmitta [Sabbatical] year just around the corner [starting at Rosh Hashanah], we can see this Amalekite attempt to enslave Eretz Yisrael with the claim that the demands of secular society stops the Jew from letting the land rest. But this secularist way of thinking, which comes from the essense of Amalek [as I'll explain on this show], goes against the very essense of Judaism, Torah and of Hashem's message. For the purpose of this type of rest is to acknowledge G-d as the ultimate sovereign, even more so than man; for man is only the sovergn over Hashem's creation because Hashem decreed it to be that way.
Segment 2: Israel & Gaza: Clearly, the world is starting to figure out what Hamas is about. Despite decades of lies from Hamas, other Jihadists, and the Pallywood propaganda machine, with the notorious far leftist rhetoric shielding their propaganda claim with slogans about humananitarian aid and "occupation," the media has started showing video footage of Hamas launching rockets from civilian areas. Will the world get some sense? Probably not much.
Jim will discuss the current war, rebuilding of Gaza and Israel information.
Jim is director of Prophecy Matters. The longtime editor for Master Books, the world’s largest publisher of creationism books, Jim now travels and speaks on the subject of apologetics. Incorporating his impressions gleaned from numerous trips to Israel and with a keen eye on the culture, his talks are up-to-date and relevant. Jim writes for a variety of publications, including the Jerusalem Post,
The Torch Leadership Foundation's Cross in Culture Podcast #4
Because the roots of the Christian faith are steeped in Judaism, Bible-believing Christians have always felt an affinity for Israel and the Israeli people. Our Savior came as a descendant of Jews with a message that was first for the Jews and then the Gentiles. The majority of Christians support the right of the Jewish people to have a state of their own and to live in peace like all democratic nations.
When situations such as the current conflict in Israel and Gaza take place, many Christians are unsure of how to respond. While we support Israel's right to defend itself against a terrorist organization launching rockets into its territory, no one likes to hear that over 800 civilians have been killed and over 5,000 people have been wounded -- especially children.
One response is to lay the blame on Israel as the militarily superior nation and side with the Palestinians as those who are less fortunate in this situation. In recent months, some Christian denominations have decided to engage in boycotts, divestments, and sanctions against companies which they say harm Palestinians. For example, last month, the Presbyterian Church decided to pull its investments from three U.S. companies that do business with Israel. The church claims that Caterpillar supplies products to Israel that are used to destroy Palestinian homes, Hewlett-Packard provides logistics and technology to help enforce the naval blockade of Gaza, and Motorola Solutions provides military and surveillance systems in illegal Israeli settlements...
the show is about how I found the lost tribe of israel and individuals and people;s linage and roots to ghenghis Khan
Gazans refuse to lease apartment buildings to Hamas. Gazans tried to get Hamas out of their residential areas out of fear of Israeli bombing [if big bad Israel kills Arabs in Gaza indicriminately, as what Pallywood propagandists say, then why is the fear of an Israeli bombing getting them to get rid of Hamas? Answer is because Israel doesn't target civilians]. Musa Abu Marzook, political leader of Hamas, says that it's worrying that Gazans won't allow themselves to be used as human shields anymore and blames it on the fictious "occupation" [never mind that Israel left Gaza in 2005]. He had the gall to say that "Palestinians" should be indebted to the "resistance fighters" i.e. the terrorists. For what? For using them as human shields and for firing rockets from their residential neighborhoods? For lynching any Arab who doesn't support their terrorist agenda by just saying that they're "colalborators" of Israel? In this episode, I will analyze the situation of Gazans demanding that Hamas leave their residential area and Mazook's full of crap responses that only far leftist morons and other Pallywood dummies could believe.
Under President Barack Obama, the US foreign policy has been anything but pro-Israel. Liberal Egyptians [not merely "redneck" tea-Party people] have called out Obama as a Muslim Brotherhood stooge over his one-sided support of Mohammad Morsi and his Muslim Botherhood regime. The leftist paper the Haaretz [which includes "wonderful" anti-Israel self-hating Jews like Gideon Levy and Amira Hass, the latter of whom justified stone throwing against Israelis as writers for their toilet paper rag] has come out with an article bashing Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon for daring to stand up to the leftist Obama regime and their anti-Israel foreign policy. Haaretz blasted Yalaon for calling Kerry "messianic and obsessive", but forgets that Kerry claimed that Israel was heading toward being an Apartheid state. The likes of Haaretz and the international far-left love to play up with any crisis [that is when the left is not trying to convince Jews that Obama is pro-Israel] and then blame Israel. Far-leftists came out with the false allegation that Benjamin Netnayahu's Government wanted Romney to win. Yet the Netanyahu Government in Israel tried to say that everything was going smoothly with the US in front of the international community. But it's clear that the US indirectly supports Hamas. The US, under Obama, continues to support Qatar, the main backer of Hamas, as well as two other Hamas supporters: Jordan and Erdogan's Turkey. Not only that, but according to a leaked transcript, during the 2014 Gaza War, Obama demanded that Netanyahu accepts a unilateral cease fire mediated by Hamas supporting terrorist nations of Erdogan's Turkey and Qatar. Tune in, as I discuss this issue.
Tonight we will delve deep into the Israel and Hamas conflict gaining understanding and perspective from one of Israel's Spiritual leaders, Rabbi Hilbrant. This emotionally charged episode will cover the real issues surrounding the current conflict.
This week on SOTT Talk Radio we'll be interviewing Miko Peled, Israeli peace activist, author, and karate instructor. We’re going to be discussing the latest atrocities being committed in Gaza, the circumstances surrounding ‘Operation Protective Edge’, and Peled’s insights into the horror and tragedy of the decades-long Israel-Palestine conflict - for Palestinians of course, but also, ultimately, for ordinary Israelis too.
Miko Peled was born in Jerusalem into a prominent Israeli Zionist family. His father was a famous General in the IDF, in which Miko also served his time. When Miko’s niece was killed in a terrorist attack in 1997, you may have expected the family to blame the Palestinians, but surprisingly, they blamed the state of Israel.
Imbued with his father’s deep knowledge of Israeli war practices, Peled authored The General’s Son: Journey of an Israeli in Palestine, a book that lays bare the myths surrounding the situation in the Middle East. Peled now travels extensively, giving talks about his experiences to audiences across the world.
We hope you’ll join us live this Sunday July 13th 2014, from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST, 8-10pm CET).
Just for Christmas... NBC News correspondent and former Middle East Bureau Chief, Martin Fletcher, joins World Footprints to share his new book, Walking Israel. Fletcher’s book chronicles his adventures and insights as he walked along the coast of Israel meeting people and immersing himself in his surroundings. We will discuss some of the misperceptions that some have of Israel and why a visit to the historic country is worth considering.
Then, the art of human rights in the African Nation of Eritrea takes center stage as we introduce you to artist and activist Elsa Gebreyesus who is using her art to encourage hope, preserve history and fight political oppression across an ocean.
Finally, “Who-ville” comes alive and everyone from Horton to the Cat in the Hat raises awareness of a variety of social issues when curator Bill Dreyer takes us inside the art of Ted Geisel (Dr. Seuss). Dreyer represents the Art of Dr. Seuss and he will tell us why Dr. Seuss was ahead of his time with his art and its commentary on everything from discrimination, the environment, to the state of the economy.
This episode is part two of our series on the Israel and Palestine Conflict. Hamas and many of the "people" offering the State of Israel are simply terrorists bent of the ultimate goal: The destruction of Israel. No one is fooled by Hamas and there is no two state solution. Christians should be encouraged to speak against the idea of a two state solution and there is no Biblical reason to offer for a two state solution
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