Thursday, April 9, 2015

9,000 Photographs from the 1800's with no "Palestinians" and Historic Practice Passover Sacrifice Held in Jerusalem


  It's Easier The Second Time

Even very righteous people are likely to fall from their spiritual level from time to time. Nevertheless, when you do reach a high level, impressions of that level always remain, and enable you to more easily rise out of the lower levels into which you sometimes fall. Eventually, you will once again return to those higher levels.

However, it is also easier to fail the second time around as well...Life is not easy in general. We must choose therefore to focus on the positive.

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9,000 Photographs from 1800's Palestine / Israel – with no trace of 'Palestinians'

Posted on February 13, 2013 

Where ARE all those Palestinians, the proclaimed one million of them who lived in Israel before they were 'displaced'? Nowhere.

Nowhere, because they never existed. And where are all the mosques for those "over 1 million Palestinians" who are suppose to have lived there already in the early 1800's like "Palestinians" claim? If they had been 1 million at the turn of the Century, or even in 1920 after they began immigrating to fight the British, with their rapid population growth Palestine would consist of over 40 million people today and not 4 million. That alone proves the jihad lies. Their population is small because they are new invaders and occupiers who arrived late with an aim to commit jihad. They never lost land that was never theirs to begin with!

The British army permitted merely a few Ottomans to remain due to religious observations, the rest was Jewish. In reality according to eyewitness reports the barren British Mandate had a very small number of people living on it. Félix Bonfils (1831-1885) was a French photographer and writer who was active in the Middle East. Four years after his arrival he reported 15,000 prints of Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and Greece, and 9,000 stereoscopic-views. He traveled to the region several times and we hear of no mass population of Palestinians, which contradicts everything the Palestinians lie about to the world.

His pictures did not manage to capture any photographs of a single so-called 'Palestinian' who are suppose to have lost land to Jewish occupation, if we believe Arab propaganda. All he found was a few bedouines passing through and some remnants of the Ottoman Turks. Guess why? Because the "Palestinian" people as we know them today never existed.

The original philistines which the Arab jihadi's named themselves after were a small group of lawless bandits who occupied the region near Gaza by force and died out before the birth of Christ. Islam was created over 600 years after the death of Christ and is the world's youngest religion.

Palestinians are a fake creation ordered and constructed by the Grand Mufti Haj Mohammed Effendi Amin el-Husseini [1889-1974]. They were basically discovered (formed and invented) and originate from mass immigration from Egypt and Saudi Arabia with purpose to commit jihad. The Egyptian fighters ended up in Gaza and the Saudi fighters ended up in the West Bank according to their rout of entry. This has been well documented by British government reports from Transjordan. It also fits the video clips and rants by Hamas leaders, who seem well aware that Palestinians are fake yet continue to argue that they 'lost land'. We are dealing with a terrorist organization here, and not a people who became victims of loss of land.

It is also important to pay attention to the fact that once Israel had been assigned to be returned  to the Jewish people in 1917, Muslims rapidly began to pour into the region from other countries with a purpose to kill them. The first conflict and killing in Israel/Palestine was initiated by the Muslims. At that point to control the population influx the British government stopped Jewish people from entering the area. So for a short span, the Muslim population suddenly became a majority. Not for natural reasons but due to their rapid invasion and occupation. Therefore, if we look at timeline of events in history we will quite easily see that the REAL occupiers of the region are the Muslims.


Birket, Israel in late 1800's.

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Jews at the Western wall in 1870.

Yessayi Garabedian, the Armenian Patriarch in Jerusalem, Felix Bonfils

Yessayi Garabedian, the Armenian Patriarch in Jerusalem, Felix Bonfils

Felix Bonfils, Modern Jericho

W.C. Prime 1857 in „Tent Life in the Holy Land

Felix Bonfils, Solomons pools

From Thomas Shaw, Travels and Observations Relating to Several Parts of Barbary and the Levant, London, 1767, S. 331 ff.


Dome of the Rock 1875 (Where are all the "Palestinians" in their so-called displaced and occupied holiest site?)

Israeli Man Riding a Donkey

Israeli man riding a donkey

Grinding corn in Jerusalem c. 1870

Felix Bonfils, Entry of Pilgrims into Bethlehem at Christmas time, Palestine, 1867-1885.<br /><br /><br /><br /> Source: Library of Congress

Felix Bonfils, Entry of Pilgrims into Bethlehem at Christmas time, Palestine c. 1870

Felix Bonfils, Women pray at the Western wall in Jerusalem in 1899.

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The fall of the Second Temple 2,000-odd years ago may have seen the end of sacrificial offerings in Judaism. But ahead of Friday's festival of Passover, the Jerusalem-based Temple Institute has released a video offering an "authentic reenactment" of the ancient biblical practice. The sacrificial lamb marks the miraculous exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt, as recorded in the Hebrew Bible. The ceremony was formally suspended for Jews with the destruction of the Second Temple in 70 CE, and is now only performed by the Samaritan community, which will hold its annual event on Mount Gerizim in the West Bank on May 2, 2015. The roots of the sacrifice are found in the Book of Exodus. Ahead of the last of the 10 plagues on Egypt, the death of the firstborns, God tells Moses to speak to the people of Israel and instruct each household to obtain a lamb on the 10th of Nisan. The lambs should be kept until the 14th, when the people of Israel should slaughter them at dusk. Later, they should take its blood and put it on their doorposts and on the lintel of the houses in which they are eating. The fire-roasted lamb's flesh should then all be consumed that night with unleavened bread and bitter herbs. In the biblical Kingdom of Israel, the annual sacrifice was conducted by the Kohanim, or priestly class, on Jerusalem's Temple Mount. Interestingly, although Jesus is often referred to as the "Paschal lamb," historians say an actual Paschal lamb was likely the main course at the historical Last Supper. Based on the Christian scriptures, many scholars claim the famous meal was indeed a Passover Seder. (This week, millions of Christians will commemorate it on "Maundy Thursday.") Located in Jerusalem's Old City, the Temple Institute is a non-profit government- and privately funded center of "research and preparation for the Holy Temple." It recently established a bi-weekly "Cohanim Training Academy," in which students considered members of the priestly caste (through patriarchal lineage) are taught and practically prepared for future "Holy Temple service." The international director of the Temple Institute, Rabbi Chaim Richman, claims that the video, which was uploaded Monday and is somewhat graphic, portrays the "most accurate and authentic reenactment of this service to have taken place in nearly 2,000 years."

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The slick English-language clip, narrated by Richman, shows the fledgling priests putting their knowledge into practice. It opens at a sheep pen in the picturesque Samarian hills near Shiloh. Orthodox Jewish children and men mill about, and a lamb is inspected and chosen. The clip shows the priests-in-training donning their white garb, blowing long silver trumpets, and examining tools against a painted backdrop of the Second Temple. The priests slaughter the unblemished animal, pass its blood from one to another in silver vessels, and place it in a clay oven. The video ends with an image of a sandwich made from two matza bread slices, lamb meat and lettuce, the meal described by Exodus. (All meat was donated to needy families.) The vessels in the video can be found at the Temple Institute, which receives some funding from the ministries of education and tourism and gives onsite tours in its Jerusalem Old City headquarters. There, it houses over 60 recreated vessels, formed after decades of research, "for use in the Third Holy Temple." This is no whimsical notion. In a conversation with The Times of Israel Monday, Richman said the Passover sacrifice's importance to the Jewish people is comparable to circumcision, in terms of its standing in Jewish law. Forbidding the sacrifice, he said, is "equal to saying you can't circumcise your sons." The Passover sacrifice is "like the national circumcision of the Jewish people." He bases this opinion on a variety of Jewish texts, including Ezekial 16:6, which mentions "two bloods" and is interpreted by rabbinic scholars to represent circumcision and the Passover sacrifice. The verse is read in the Passover Haggadah, and, separately, repeated by the congregation at a circumcision ceremony. Both commandments, said Richman, are "considered to be totally imperative for the spiritual stature of the Jewish people." While Richman couldn't be called optimistic regarding this year's petition, he said the institute has lately seen "a tremendous amount of identification from all across the board, with Jews from all different streams, identitying and expressing solidarity with renewing the Passover offering." But, until its petition is granted, at least you can watch it on Israel Video Network.

Source: Times of Israel




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