Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Mark Twain's Israel and Religious Zionist would like to have the country for Jews (duh!)

Dry Bones cartoon: Kirschen, terrorism, terror, PLO,Palestinians,Islamism, Jews.youth,prayer, peace, Temple Mount,

Clarify Your Life Purpose and Mission 

Your life's purpose and mission are the top topics about which to have self-conversations (think about why you are here). 

If you are reading this now, that means that you are alive. What are you living for? What is your life purpose and mission?

We all want to live a meaningful and purposeful life. Make it your number one priority to clarify your life purpose and mission.

This includes your duties to your family and your friends, one reason that G-d put you here on this earth. Since we have a duty to have a family, we must

also take care of them. And some people don't have children so we have a greater responsibility to our community (one reason I am so much in the community).

Some people are always very clear about what they really want in life. Great people are aware of a great life purpose. They are clear about their mission in life. What they think, say, and do is aligned with their essential values. This is why their thoughts, words, and actions create a great person.

Love Yehuda Lave

Most religious Zionists want Arabs out of Israel, study finds

By Ben Sales October 22, 2015 5:20pm

Right-wing activist Baruch Marzel dancing with jewish men during the annual parade marking the Jewish holiday of Purim in the divided West Bank town of Hebron, March 5, 2015. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

Right-wing activist Baruch Marzel dancing with Jewish men during the annual parade marking the Jewish holiday of Purim in the divided West Bank town of Hebron, March 5, 2015. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/Flash90

During the previous wave of terror in Israel, 11 months ago, Jewish Home party chairman Naftali Bennett said in a speech, "99.9 percent of Arab-Israelis are loyal to the State of Israel, and there's a very small minority that acts against it."

Apparently, his religious Zionist constituency disagrees.

A new poll by the Miskar agency, which surveys Israel's religious Zionist population, found high levels of antagonism and mistrust toward Arab-Israelis. Contrary to polls of Arab-Israelis themselves, most religious Zionists believe that Arab-Israelis are hostile to Israel. A large majority see Arab-Israelis as a threat and would like to see the government push them to leave the country.

"The religious Zionist sector takes very extreme and unequivocal positions in terms of Israeli Arabs' loyalty to the state, their posing an immediate and long-term security danger, and the need, therefore, for declarations of loyalty and a prepared plan for [population] transfer," the poll's analysis section read.

The pollsters surveyed 480 religious Zionists — defined by Jewish observance level and self-identification. The margin of error was 4.5 percent. Here's a closer look at some of the major findings.

Religious Zionists view Arab-Israelis as an existential threat to the country. Four-fifths of religious Zionists believe Muslim Arab-Israelis are hostile to Israel and its Jewish citizens. Nearly 70 percent believe they pose a short-term existential threat to Israel, and 84 percent believe they pose a long-term existential threat. Less than one-fifth believe Arab-Israelis oppose violence and want to integrate into Israeli society.

These findings contradict the stated feelings of Arab-Israelis. According to a 2014 Israel Democracy Institute poll, nearly 60 percent of Arab-Israelis "feel part of the State of Israel and its problems." Nearly two-thirds feel proud to be an Israeli. Forty percent say integrating Jews and Arabs should be Israel's top priority.

Most religious Zionists want Arab-Israelis to leave. A majority of religious Zionists support reopening a public discussion about the forced transfer of Arab-Israelis from the state. Three-quarters want the government to prepare a practical plan to encourage Muslim Arab-Israelis to emigrate. And should Arab Muslims stay in Israel, two-thirds of religious Zionists believe they should have to swear a loyalty oath to the state.

Most religious Zionists boycott Arab businesses. Seventy percent of religious Zionists support a boycott of Arab businesses. Less than 38 percent believe economic cooperation between Arab and Jewish Israelis is important.

Religious Zionists don't believe Israel is racist toward Arabs. Only one-third of religious Zionists believe Arab-Israelis face significant racism. Only 17 percent believe Arab Muslims have difficulty integrating because of discrimination. And only 30 percent believe Arab-Israeli communities suffer from a lack of government investment, despite research showing that Israeli Jews receive greater government investment per capita than Arabs.

According to the Israel Democracy Institute poll, a majority of Arabs-Israelis do feel discriminated against.

Before the Jews Came Back to Build Israel

The Founding of Tel-Aviv, 1909
For those of us who are only familiar with Israel as the modern "Start-up Nation," it's worth remembering the desolation of this land before the Jews came back, starting  in the late 19th century. Mark Twain visited the "Holy Land" at this time, shortly before the first aliyah, and his account, published in Innocents Abroad, is a colorful description of a very different and far less hospitable Israel from the one we know today:

"...A desolate country whose soil is rich enough, but is given over wholly to weeds...we never saw a human being on the whole route...hardly a tree or shrub anywhere. Even the olive tree and the cactus, those fast friends of a worthless soil, had almost deserted the country."

Mark Twain describes Jerusalem as
"So small! Why it was no larger than an American village of four thousand inhabitants...Renowned Jerusalem, the stateliest name in history, has lost all its ancient grandeur and is become a pauper village."
Panorama of Jerusalem, c.1890
He sums up his observations of the Holy Land as follows:
"Of all the lands there are for dismal scenery, I think Palestine must be the prince. The hills are barren, they are un-picturesque in shape. The valleys are unsightly deserts fringed with a feeble vegetation that has an expression about it of being sorrowful and despondent. The Dead Sea and the Sea of Galilee sleep in the midst of a vast pleasant tint, no striking object, no soft picture dreaming in a purple haze or mottled with the shadows of the clouds. Every outline is harsh, every feature is distinct, there is no perspective - distance works no enchantment here. It is a hopeless, dreary, heartbroken land...Palestine sits in sackcloth and ashes. Over it broods the spell of a curse that has withered its fields and fettered its energies. ...[It] is desolate and unlovely."

What an amazing difference the return of Am Yisrael has made to building up Eretz Yisrael and making it bloom.
Modern Tel-Aviv
But we're not done yet.  There are still many important projects in Israel that are needed and planned but have not yet been built for lack of funds.  Build-Up Israel provides an overview of 8 important such projects and gives every supporter of Israel a chance to participate in building the dream.

Netanyahu just told the facts about the Nazis and the Muslims (they both wanted to Murder us)




"Muslims are far worse than the Nazis. The Nazis did not number 1.8 billion and they were defeat-able and defeated. And we united to do it. We are only united in welcoming more and more Muslims to our shores.

And Kurt Schilling was wrong. There are no "extremist Muslims." There are only Islam and Muslims, and they are extreme by definition. And they are bent on eliminating us–all of us.

And we are bent on looking the other way and pretending that what happened under the Nazis was unique and special and can never happen again.

Look around you. It will happen again. We are welcoming those who destroy us to do so without even picking up a rifle. The Nazis, at least, had to do that.

Netanyahu was right. Is right. But, today, up is down, right is left, and liberals and deniers all around are telling us 2+2 = 5."

Will history books be scrapped because of Political expediency ? (sent via ) 

Will history books be scrapped because of Political expediency ?

An Arab filmmaker produced this shocking video meant to prevent Jews from praying on the Temple Mount. While the intention is to incite hatred, the actual portrayal seems to be an accurate Biblical dream of the Jewish people.

A recent video posted on YouTube warns Arabs of the "danger" presented by Jews praying on the Temple Mount. A hot topic as of late, Jews have flocked to pray at the Temple Mount, but have been prey to Muslim rioting and aggression. Read more about how the Islamic State and Hamas dominate the holy site.

The video, however, depicts what seems to be a tasteful and ideal Biblical result of the Third Temple Redemption.

Eating machine tested on Charlie Chaplin , and see what happened.

This hilarious comedy can make your day, and give you a little chuckle which we all need now.