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Netanyahu at US embassy opening in Jerusalem: "This is history"

Seventy years after the US recognized Israel, Washington moved its embassy to Jerusalem. The opening ceremony, attended by several senior White House officials and Israeli politicians, started at 4:00 PM. May 14, 2018, 3:30PM Becca Noy

The American embassy in Jerusalem was inaugurated at its interim location today (Monday) at 4:00 PM (local time) with a special ceremony attended by senior Israeli and US officials.

The first to speak at the ceremony was US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. The senior American envoy noted that the US was the first country to recognize Israel in 1948 and that again today, Washington is leading the way in moving its embassy to Jerusalem, Israel's one and only capital.

US Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan said during his speech that the embassy in Jerusalem will be "a magnificent tribute to peace- that's what we are celebrating here today." Sullivan also said that the transfer of the embassy, as Trump noted in December, is simply "recognizing reality."

While US President Donald Trump did not attend the ceremony, he recorded a special message that was played during the ceremony. "Today we officially open the United States embassy in Jerusalem—Congratulations! It's been a long-time coming," he told the audience.


Netanyahu at US embassy opening in Jerusalem: "This is history"


"I'm so proud to be here today in Jerusalem—the eternal heart of the Jewish people," Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser, said as he addressed the audience. "By moving the embassy to Jerusalem, we have shown the world that the United States can be trusted…and will do what's right, as so we have. Israel's a sovereign nation with the right to determine its own capital."

Kushner said that the path to peace "will not be an easy road" but that he believes that the embassy move is a step on that path. "I'm confident that as a result [of the move], our nations will be stronger," he added.


The White House sent a high-level delegation to Jerusalem for the event. The delegation, headed by Sullivan, landed in Israel on Sunday afternoon. Representing the First Family are Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband, Kushner, both of whom are Jewish and hold official positions in the White House. The delegation also includes US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt.

Dozens of foreign diplomats attended the opening ceremony. According to the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry, a total of 86 foreign diplomats were invited to the ceremony. Among the 33 foreign representatives who attended are the ambassadors from Angola, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Paraguay, Guatemala and Honduras.


The White House sent a high-level delegation to Jerusalem for the event. The delegation, headed by Sullivan, landed in Israel on Sunday afternoon. Representing the First Family are Trump's daughter Ivanka and her husband, Kushner, both of whom are Jewish and hold official positions in the White House. The delegation also includes US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Special Representative for International Negotiations Jason Greenblatt.

Dozens of foreign diplomats attended the opening ceremony. According to the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry, a total of 86 foreign diplomats were invited to the ceremony. Among the 33 foreign representatives who attended are the ambassadors from Angola, Cameroon, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, Paraguay, Guatemala and Honduras.


From Europe, representatives from several countries—including Hungary, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria—attended even though the European Union has publicly condemned the American decision to relocate its embassy to Jerusalem. Germany, Russia, Poland, Sweden, Mexico and Egypt are among the 10 countries that declined the invitation.

Last night, the Israeli Foreign Affairs Ministry held a gala event in Jerusalem in honor of the delegation. During the event, Netanyahu thanked Trump for his "bold decision" and urged the leaders of other countries to move their embassies to Jerusalem as well.

I call on all countries to join the US in moving their embassies to Jerusalem. Move your embassies to Jerusalem because it's the right thing to do," he stated. "Move your embassies to Jerusalem because it advances peace, and that's because you can't base peace on a foundation of lies. You base peace on the foundations of truth, and the truth is that not only has Jerusalem been the capital of the Jewish people for millennia and the capital of our state from its inception, the truth is that under any peace agreement you could possibly imagine, Jerusalem will remain Israel's capital."


American shame and the Iran nuclear deal


  • Jerusalem Post
  • 8 May 2018
  • • By SHMULEY BOTEACH (Reuters)

PARTS OF the Holocaust memorial project 'Stolpersteine' are pictured in Berlin.

I grew up in 1970s and '80s America. It was a time inspired by soaring declarations of America as guarantor of liberty and guardian of freedom, best captured in JFK's unforgettable inaugural address: "Let every nation know, whether it wishes us well or ill, that we shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe to assure the survival and the success of liberty."

Kennedy's declaration was not only followed by Reagan's declaration of the Soviet Union as an evil empire, but even led Jimmy Carter to withdraw from the Moscow Olympics in protest at the Russian invasion of Afghanistan. America as a guarantor of liberty was echoed by George H.W. Bush's invasion of Iraq to liberate Kuwait, and by his son's invasion of Iraq to unseat a dictator.

We can debate the pros and cons of these presidential actions, but what cannot be disputed was the image of America as the great citadel of liberty.

Then came president Barack Obama and Iran nuclear deal. Few things have shamed America more. The Obama administration is history, but its dishonorable deal lives on.

The Iran agreement betrayed America's core values by emboldening a regime that was guilty of the full trifecta of being at once the world's foremost sponsor of terrorism, a brutal oppressor of its own people and aiding and abetting genocide in Syria while promising a genocide of the Jews in Israel.

It's now clear just how disastrous the deal was. Iran has not moderated its behavior in the slightest and has in fact become much more belligerent. Iran is a party to the deployment of poison gas against children in Douma and Aleppo. It is fomenting unrest and civil war in Yemen and Lebanon and destabilizing the entire Middle East.

In short, president Obama's deal provoked the opposite response of what he promised. Iran has gone more rogue.

It gives me no comfort to attack the government of a country where my ancestors lived for generations. My father is from Isfahan and Iranian culture, food and music is central to his life to this day. I would never have believed that a nation that harbored a Jewish community for millennia would foster a regime that is the most antisemitic since Nazi Germany.

The Khameini regime is a blight on Persian history and on decency itself. It's sickening to see a government comprised of vile men who have no shame in threatening a nation that suffered a holocaust just 70 years ago with another one today. Is this really what Iran has come to?

But while we often focus on what the Khameini regime says about Iran, we don't focus enough on what Obama's deal says about America.

Since when does America do deals with governments that regularly threaten to annihilate a persecuted ethnic minority? Since when does America pay billions to regimes that slaughter their own people and bullies their neighbors?

I lost many friends over the Iran nuclear agreement, people I loved who were elected officials and who had the opportunity to do something about the deal but succumbed to president Obama's pressure instead. I was amazed that congressmen and senators who voted for the deal could not even muster the decency to demand that their vote be contingent on Iran ceasing to threaten the Jews with annihilation. Seeing Iran's murderous behavior, especially in Syria where so many innocent Muslims have been slaughtered and gassed to death, I wonder how those lawmakers feel today?

Now, President Donald Trump has the chance to kill the Iran deal once and for all. It would be a historic event should he choose to do so.

Obama was a moral man with an amoral foreign policy. He turned a blind eye to repeated threats of genocide against Israel and even sent plane-loads of cash to the mullahs, knowing full well that some of that untraceable money would be used to murder innocents. Obama also chose to do absolutely nothing in Syria, failing even to pass a UN resolution condemning the slaughter because Russia and China blocked him.

President Trump, by contrast, is accused by all his critics of having an amoral personal life. I wonder if those same critics will acknowledge his highly moral foreign policy.

Trump has twice attacked Assad for gassing Arab children. US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley has reversed decades of anti-Israelism and antisemitism at the UN. Trump's special adviser on Israel Jason Greenblatt and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman have held the Palestinian Authority accountable for grotesque antisemitism, especially the speech by PA President Mahmoud Abbas last week where he said that Jewish usury and banking was the cause of the Holocaust.

The administration has shown North Korea that bark as it might, America will not concede to bully tactics. Aggression and mass murder is no longer being overlooked by the United States of America.

Now, it falls on President Trump to continue with a moral foreign policy by killing the Iran nuclear agreement once and for all. It deserves to die not just because of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's disclosures of boldfaced Iranian lies, for years, about developing nuclear weapons. Not just because Iran has violated the agreement repeatedly with ballistic missile tests – often with antisemitic slogans and threatening messages written on the missiles.

No, it deserves to die because it was a farce to begin with. Iran never needed a nuclear program for domestic energy or scientific purposes. Iran is an oil superpower and needs nuclear energy as much as I, a rabbi, need a ham sandwich.

That president Obama and his secretary of state John Kerry – whose legacies have been marred by Syria and Iran – could not see this clearly speaks to how badly their administration needed a single great foreign policy success and what they would do to achieve it.

The Iran nuclear agreement is immoral and dangerous. It rewards a genocidal regime with billions and billions of dollars, much of which will go to further foment Middle East mayhem. Its sunset provisions allows an ideological and expansionist regime to build nuclear weapons in about a decade and threaten the peace not just of the a region but the world. It legitimizes a vile regime which stones women to death, hangs gays, shoots citizens in the street and exports terrorism. It's time to kill the deal and save the peace of the world. President Trump, history is calling. The author, "America's rabbi," whom The Washington Post calls "the most famous rabbi in America" is the international best-selling author of 31 books, including his most recent, The Israel Warrior.

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Arrest Kerry for Collusion With Islamic Terror States Restore the rule of law, treat Kerry like Manafort and Flynn.

 May 7, 2018 Daniel Greenfield

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism.

On January 19, 2017, John Forbes Kerry left his job at the State Department. Addressing Foggy Bottomers in the C Street lobby, he ended his speech by declaring, "This is not an end. This is a beginning. It's a new beginning." That's just what departing politicos usually say, but he meant it.

Next January, a report appeared that Kerry had met with a top negotiator for the PLO in London.

The secret back-channel negotiator, Hussein Agha, was a close confidant of terrorist dictator Mahmoud Abbas, the racist PLO boss who around this same time had delivered a speech in which he cursed President Trump, shouting, "May your house be destroyed." Agha was a frequent collaborator with Robert Malley, who allegedly ran Soros and Obama's back channel to Hamas. Obama fired Malley during the campaign, but once in office brought him back in a variety of roles including as a lead negotiator on the Iran Deal scam and the National Security Council's point man for the Middle East. Malley now heads Soros' International Crisis Group and continues undermining America and defending the Iran Deal.

Kerry urged Agha to tell the PLO boss to "be strong", "play for time" and "not yield to President Trump's demands."

The former Secretary of State suggested that the PLO present its own peace plan that he would push through his contacts in the European Union and Muslim countries.

Kerry also advised the Islamic terror boss to attack Trump personally, instead of the country or administration. And Abbas appeared to have taken his advice. He also assured the Islamic terrorist leader that President Trump wouldn't be in office a year from now. And that Kerry might run for the job.

All of this was a blatant violation of the Logan Act which bans Americans from conducting negotiations with foreign governments "with intent to influence the measures or conduct of any foreign government" or "agent there of" addressing its "disputes or controversies with the United States" or "to defeat the measures of the United States". The law is clear. The punishment is three years in prison.

"The original story wasn't accurate," Kerry's spokesman claimed. "These are neither Secretary Kerry's views nor anything he would say."

But a few weeks ago, Kerry met with Iran's Foreign Minister Zarif at the United Nations. According to the Boston Globe story, he not only met with Zarif, but also the presidents of France and Germany, and Federica Mogherini, the former Communist activist who is the top EU lobbyist for the Iran Deal.

Mogherini had called for a role for "political Islam" in Europe and has consistently undermined American foreign policy in Cuba, North Korea, Russia and Iran by stifling our efforts to isolate dictators and tyrants.

The Iran Deal echo chamber, which Kerry and Mogherini, not to mention Malley, are a part of, has tried to paint Foreign Minister Zarif as a moderate. But last fall, as Trump deployed new sanctions against the IRGC, Zarif had tweeted that, "Iranians--boys, girls, men, women--are ALL IRGC".

IRGC stands for Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps. It's the central terror hub of Iran which has its greasy fingers deep in its nuclear program and is in charge of its terrorism networks around the world.

The IRGC's support for Islamic terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan is estimated to have cost the lives of between 500 and 1,000 Americans. At one point, Iran was paying the Taliban $1,000 for each American soldier that they killed.

From his Viet Cong days to his IRGC days, Kerry colludes with the murderers of American soldiers.

According to the Boston Globe, Kerry's goal in these meetings is, "to apply pressure on the Trump administration from the outside." That's exactly the behavior the Logan Act was meant to sanction.

In both of his meetings with Islamic terror state officials and agents, Kerry has conveyed his opposition to the United States government while encouraging the terror states to subvert its policies. He has engaged in private negotiations with foreign governments on behalf of a shadow foreign policy opposition aligned with the non-profit groups that form the Iran Lobby and the Iran Deal echo chamber.

It's not just a Logan Act violation. It's treason.

This isn't the first time that the radical activist turned senator and secretary of state has violated the Logan Act. The medal thrower had been reviled by Vietnam vets for his meeting with Madame Binh of Vietnam's Marxist-Leninist PVR. As senator, he traveled to Nicaragua to undermine President Reagan by conducting talks with Comandante Ortega and his murderous Marxist-Leninist regime. Its favorite song when Kerry was providing aid and comfort to it was, "Here or There, Yankees Will Die Everywhere."

When Republican senators sent a warning letter to Iran that a deal without congressional approval would be non-binding, the Iran Lobby and its media allies accused them of violating the Logan Act. Typical media hit pieces from the period included CNN's "Did 47 Republican senators break the law in plain sight?" and ABC News' "165,000+ Sign Petition to Prosecute GOP Senators for Treason".

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That's nothing like the media's response to Kerry's treasonous efforts to undermine the United States.

But the Logan Act specifically mentions a citizen who lacks the "authority of the United States". When George Logan, after whom the act was named, conducted his illegal negotiations, he had not yet become a member of the Senate. Senators do have a constitutional role in foreign policy.

Kerry's meeting with Ortega, gets a certain amount of leeway. Former diplomats get none.

Democrats and their media allies have turned the country upside down investigating claims of collusion by the administration. Obama and Clinton allies in the DOJ have eavesdropped on Americans, raided their homes in the middle of the night, and denied the President of the United States the elementary protection of attorney-client privilege based on the opposition research of the Clinton campaign.

Collusion is not a Federal crime. Violating the Logan Act is.

The double standard on Trump and Kerry would have us believe that the President-elect has no right to back channels to foreign governments, but that a former Secretary of State is entitled to have them.

That's not a legal norm. It's another case of Democrats criminalizing anything Republicans do while legalizing their own blatant violations of the law. The President-elect has legitimate reasons for reaching out to foreign governments. A former secretary of state from the opposition party has no such reasons. And when his outreach undermines the foreign policy of his successor by urging foreign governments to sabotage it and attack the President of the United States, his only reason appears to be treason. 

Current executive and legislative officials have a role in making foreign policy. Former ones do not.

The Democrats, the media and their Mueller spearhead have sought to retroactively criminalize contacts with Russia (carefully postdating their own Russian outreach of the Bush and Obama era) because it's an enemy country. But what exactly is Iran: a terror state whose motto is, "Death to America"?

These groups have crafted a narrative in which meetings with certain countries are inherently suspect, Russia, the UAE and Israel, while collaboration with Iran and Qatar is legit diplomacy. There's no legal or national interest basis for such a classification, but there is an ideological one. Qatar is a key backer of the Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic terror groups. As is Iran. The UAE and Israel oppose them.

And that's at the heart of the problem.

Kerry and the rest of the Iran Deal lobby aren't meeting with Iran, the PLO and the EU as representatives of the United States, but of a political faction whose allegiances are ideological, not national. They aren't working on behalf of the United States, but are there representing a leftist shadow government.

Or as Kerry reportedly told the PLO, the many "dissatisfied" people in the American establishment.

Unlike Carter and other rogue leftists, Kerry isn't acting alone. He's the most visible figure in a powerful and influential international movement. And its footholds in this country include billionaires, major think tanks, media echo chamber and smear groups that are constantly handfeeding hit pieces to the press.

Kerry's shadow government diplomacy represents a vertical ideological integration with European governments that share his ideology, and their allies in "political Islam" in Iran and Qatar. The political left hopes to use the rising power of political Islam, from Iran's nuclear program to Muslim migration to the Islamic coups of the Muslim Brotherhood to check the national and international power of the West.

The left and its rogue Never Trumper allies ceaselessly lecture us about the "Rule of Law."

Let's have their version of the rule of law. And let's apply it to Kerry, Rhodes, Malley and all the rest.

If we have an actual rule of law, then there will be a special prosecutor appointed to investigate Kerry's collusion with Iran. Any meetings between members of the Iran Lobby, both official and unofficial, will be eavesdropped on by the NSA and their names unmasked at the request of Trump officials.

The homes of Iran Lobby members will be raided in the middle of the night. The Iran echo chamber figures now ensconced in top think tanks, including one funded by Qatar, will lose their homes, be interviewed by the FBI and be forced to plead guilty to lying to the feds if they misstate anything.

When Kerry wakes up to FBI men ransacking his seven bedroom waterfront Martha's Vineyard estate at gunpoint and patting down his wife in their bedroom for weapons, then we'll have the rule of law

Coming soon to Jerusalem: "United States Square in honor of President Donald Trump"

Coming soon to Jerusalem: "United States Square in honor of President Donald Trump" Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat announced today that a square near the new location of the American embassy will be named after US President Donald Trump. Barkat added that naming ceremony will be held soon and in the presence of US officials

Yhe Jerusalem Municipality has decided to honor US President Donald Trump ahead of the American embassy move to the city. Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat announced Tuesday that the municipality will officially name a square near the new embassy location after Trump.

"United States Square in honor of President Donald Trump" was the name that was chosen. According to Barkat, the naming ceremony will take place in the near future in front of Trump administration officials.

"President Trump has recognized Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish people," Barkat wrote on Twitter. "To show our love and respect for POTUS and the American people, who always stand by the side of Israel and Jerusalem, we will name a square next to the new US Embassy in honor of the President."

The municipality explained that the name for the square was selected about a year ago—even though the declaration about the embassy move was only announced in December.

Meanwhile, the US Embassy in Tel Aviv changed its Twitter handle to @usembassyjlm on Monday, exactly one week before the embassy relocation ceremony. Also on Monday, road signs directing the public to the new American embassy location were put up in Jerusalem.

The NEW sign of US embassy is being hanged in Jerusalem.

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Where Is Mount Sinai? Why don't the rabbis know where it is? By Yehuda Shurpin


I've seen lots of theories about the location of Mount Sinai. Is there any validity to those theories? I know that Judaism reveres the Temple Mount as the site of the Holy Temple, but is there any location that Judaism reveres or at least recognizes as Mount Sinai, the place where G‑d gave the Torah and where the Jewish nation was born? And if not, why?


There are lots of theories, but none of them are even close to conclusive. Why is that? Why have the Jewish sages not preserved a tradition regarding the location of the most monumental event in all of history? Why the ambivalence?

Once the Jewish people received the Torah on Mount Sinai and continued their journey to the Land of Israel, there is just one biblical mention of anyone going back to Mount Sinai.

We read in the Book of Kings1 how, hundreds of years after the giving of the Torah, Elijah the prophet fled the wicked queen Jezebel and took refuge in a cave on "the mountain of G‑d, Horeb," which is identified as none other than Mount Sinai.

But on closer examination, this incident itself only underscores the question.

The day after Elijah took refuge, the word of G‑d came to him: "What are you doing here, Elijah?"

After the prophet complained about his lot and the bad deeds of the people, G‑d told him to step outside and stand on the mountainside. Elijah did so, and then, in one of the most stirring moments in Scripture, we read:

Behold! the L‑rd passes, and a great and strong wind splitting mountains and shattering boulders before the L‑rd—but the L‑rd was not in the wind.

And after the wind, an earthquake—not in the earthquake was the L‑rd.

After the earthquake, fire—not in the fire was the L‑rd.

And after the fire, a still small sound.

And as Elijah heard, he wrapped his face in his mantle, and he went out and stood at the entrance to the cave, and behold a voice came to him and [again] said: "What are you doing here, Elijah?"

G‑d then told him to go back to the people, with instructions on how to deal with them.

Mount Sinai was the site of great drama, but G‑d told Elijah that His eternal place is not in great noises and rumbling earthquakes. Rather, He can be found in our quiet, humble day-to-day actions. His message was clear: "You don't belong here. Go back to the people and do your work!"

Honoring the Place

Perhaps the rabbis' attitude toward Mount Sinai can best be explained by the following piece of Talmud:

It is not the place that honors the person; rather, the person honors his place, as we found with regard to Mount Sinai, that as long as the Divine Presence rested upon it, the Torah said: "Nor let the flocks nor the herds graze before that mountain."2 Once the Divine Presence departed from the mountain, the Torah said: "When the shofar sounds long, they may come up to the mountain"3 [indicating that the sanctity was not intrinsic to the place, but was due to the Divine Presence resting there].4

Mount Sinai itself was not inherently holy. Rather, what was done there gave honor and holiness to Sinai, so once the people received the Torah and moved on, Sinai was no longer holy.

We read a similar story from the Talmud:

Rabbah bar bar Chanah said: "Once we were traveling in the desert, and we were accompanied by a certain Arab. . . . That Arab also said to me: 'Come, I will show you Mount Sinai.' I went and saw that scorpions were encircling it, and they were standing as high as white donkeys . . ."5

The commentaries explain that scorpions represent the forces of evil. Once the Divine Presence left the place, it became susceptible to unholiness.

Thus, though Sinai was holy during the giving of the Torah, once it had accomplished its purpose it was void of significance. At Sinai we were given a mission to learn the Torah and uplift and refine the mundane, outside world. Simply hanging around Mount Sinai would defeat the purpose.

But it does not end there.

The Return of Mount Sinai

The Talmud states that in the messianic era, all of the synagogues of the diaspora will be transported to the Land of Israel:

Rabbi Elazar HaKappar says: "In the future, the synagogues and the study halls in Babylonia will be transported and reestablished in the Land of Israel, as it is stated: 'Surely, like Tabor among the mountains, and like Carmel by the sea, so shall he come.'6 There is a tradition that these mountains came to Sinai at the giving of the Torah and demanded that the Torah should be given upon them. We can therefore extrapolate: Just as Tabor and Carmel, which came only momentarily to Torah, were relocated and established in Israel in reward for their actions, all the more so should the synagogues and study halls in Babylonia, in which the Torah is read and disseminated, be relocated to Israel."7

Commentaries explain that this refers to all the synagogues from throughout the generations. Since the Divine Presence rested upon them, and they were considered holy places, their holiness is never entirely erased, and they will be transported to the Land of Israel.

In a fascinating talk, the Lubavitcher Rebbe explains that if this is true for all the synagogues and houses of Torah learning, then it is surely true for Mount Sinai itself, which was in a sense responsible for all the future generations' learning of Torah and performance of mitzvahs. Thus, in the messianic era, Mount Sinai will regain its holiness and be transported to the Land of Israel.8

May it be speedily in our days!

Footnotes 1.I Kings 19. 2.Exodus 34:3. 3.Exodus 19:13. 4.Talmud, Taanit 21b. 5.Talmud, Bava Batra 74a. 6.Jeremiah 46:18. 7.Talmud, Megillah 29a. 8.See Sefer Hasichot 5749, vol. 2, p. 464, fn. 77; Torat Menachem 5748, vol. 3, p. 354.

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