For people who are not Israeli, Zionist Christians etc., living in peace with the Palestinian Arabs is not an option, but rather a principle.

Biblical principles, beliefs, Zion, return to the land, fulfilling the promises, fulfillment of Bible prophecies etc., that’s all fine, and welcome, but when it comes to living in Israel side by side; these principles don’t always work.

Partially things work in Haifa and generally in Galilee.

When push comes to shove and war breaks out the Christians leave and go into the Christian spin. They get on Christian Prophetic or Eschatological TV networks and talk, making important faces and are so smart, because they have been there... under bombs I suppose. Self promotion.

We, Israelis, have to face the reality, there is no spin there, no talking, but bombing and shooting.

I made yeridah. Why? Because the extreme right pushes for something I am against. I see things in a prophetic timeline and this is not the way to go.

1. It is premature.
2. Orthodox (Jewish settlers) extremists spoil things for us.

Am I “Shalom Ahshav”? No. I was for Peres and Rabin when they showed peace initiatives with Yasser Arafat and Ehud Barack, but obviously there is the PLO/Fatah Charter which calls for the total destruction of Israel. So no peace deals can be made until this clause from their charter is removed, to put it childishly. But, by the same token, Israel does not have an official constitution to be guided by.

Read this:
1. An uncodified constitution is a type of constitution where the fundamental rules of government take the form of customs, usage, precedent and a variety of statutes and legal instruments. An understanding of the constitution is obtained through reading commentary by the judiciary, government committees or legal experts. In such a constitutional system, all these elements may be recognized by courts, legislators and the bureaucracy as binding upon government and limiting its powers.

So, courts rule.

2. An uncodified constitution has the advantages of elasticity, adaptability and resilience. A new condition or situation of government may be resolved by precedent or passing legislation. Unlike a codified constitution, there are no special procedures for making a constitutional law and it will not be inherently superior to other legislation. A country with an uncodified constitution lacks a specific moment where the principles of its government were deliberately decided. Instead, these are allowed to evolve according to the political and social forces arising throughout its history.

So, things change with time.

Based on this, Israel has the right to act the way it deems to be the right way of action, and who can stop that?

1. If the Bible is the guide then first we would have to take all discrepancies out.
2. Second, logical errors would have to eliminated.
3. Thirdly, the claim to the modern state of Israel based on the Bible would have to be ratified, but that would talk much more time.

Now. You Zionist marionette Christians: when strings are pulled you talk and act, but what do you know about the bigger picture?

According to the Zionist principle West Bank is Judea and Samaria, but Samaria was not Jewish was it? (in the time of Jesus).

Arabs claim to be the Canaanites and they have the Canaanite Center to prove it. I guess…

“Yassir Arafat [the chairman of the Palestinian Authority] first said he was a descendant of the Canaanites, but he now says he's a Jebusite. However, if you tried to do a DNA test on Arafat, you would be hard pressed to prove that he has any Jebusite blood running through his veins.

Most of the Arabs in that area came in from Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and other places after the Muslim conquest of Jerusalem in 638 A.D. Many modern Palestinians say they are descendants of the Canaanites.”

Go figure.

What did God say about it?

[Deuteronomy 20:17] But you shall utterly destroy them, the Hittite and the Amorite, the Canaanite and the Perizzite, the Hivite and the Jebusite, as the LORD your God has commanded you.

Did they? - No. Today we have a problem, but this problem started rather after Judah’s rerun from the Babylonian exile.

[Nehemiah 2:19] But when Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the Ammonite official, and Geshem the Arab heard it, they mocked us and despised us and said, “What is this thing you are doing? Are you rebelling against the king?”

Arabs moved in already then. The land was desolate for 70 years. That’s how quickly they move in.

Then came the Romans and they called this land Palestine. The root word is Philistia. P. and F. is interchangeable. Phalestinim (Hebrew) or Philistinim (Arabic).  Then came the 70 AD, another exile, Byzantine period, and the Crusaders period, then the Muslim period, then the Turkish empire and then (modern days) British mandate, UN partition and problems…    

Taking it all into account one ponders. Will Jews ever find peace? Either we have to keep on destroying the way Samuel told Saul to annihilate Amalek, or try to make peace the modern, diplomatic way. Hack them to pieces, chase them all the way to Egypt and Jordan, or deal with it.

Cheap Christian Zionist jabs won’t do. Feel something, and wipe that smirk off your face.

That’s my schtick. What’s yours?  



Proposed Israeli law would recognize country as ‘nation-state of the Jewish people’

Ultra-Orthodox Jews watch people wave Israeli flags outside the Old City's Damascus Gate during Jerusalem Day celebrations in Jerusalem, Wednesday, May 28,2014.
AP Photo/Dusan VranicUltra-Orthodox Jews watch people wave Israeli flags outside the Old City's Damascus Gate during Jerusalem Day celebrations in Jerusalem, Wednesday, May 28,2014.

Israel has no constitution. The reason according to local lore is that the secular majority and the ultra-Orthodox minority could not agree on how to refer to God so they never wrote an actual constitution. Instead there are a series of 13 “Basic Laws” that function as a constitution.

Several members of the governing coalition have now written a new basic law, which recognizes Israel as “the nation-state of the Jewish people.”

“The state of Israel is the national home of the Jewish people, where they realize their aspiration for self-determination according to their cultural and historical legacy….the right to national self-determination in the State of Israel is unique to the Jewish people.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu threw his support behind the law after the nine-months of U.S.-mediated peace talks ended in April without an agreement. During those negotiations, Netanyahu repeatedly demanded that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas recognize the Jewish character of Israel, a demand that Abbas has steadfastly rejected.

Now, after Abbas’s Fatah and the Islamist Hamas have established a unity government that aims to pave the way for Palestinian elections, several Israeli initiatives that had been put on hold are now being pushed forward, including this new proposed basic law.

“Just as the ‘basic law on human dignity and liberty’ anchors the democratic nature of the state of Israel, we need a law that will enshrine its Jewish nature,” Ayelet Shaked, one of the law’s backers and a member of the Jewish National Home party said in a statement. “This should have been done a long time ago.”

In the draft of the legislation, Israel is described as both a “Jewish” and a “democratic” state. But some worry that the new law would describe Israel as “the nation-state of the Jewish people” in a way that some would make the Jewish character of the state more important than its democratic character.

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Menahem Kahana / AFP / Getty Images. Benjamin Netanyahu supports the proposed basic law.
“Twenty percent of Israel’s population is made up of non-Jews and it like saying to those citizens who are loyal to the state that they are somehow less than the Jews,” Wadie Abunassar, of the International Center for Consultations, and an Arab citizen of Israel, told The Media Line. “It sends negative signals to the Arab and international community.”

Abunassar said it is as if France passed a law saying that only Catholics were full citizens and that highlighted the Catholic nature of France.

Defenders of the proposed law argue that it includes the “personal rights” of all citizens of the state of Israel. Critics, though, say this does not go far enough.

“The whole spirit of the law transmits a message that Israel should be more Jewish and less democratic,” Amir Fuchs, a legal expert at the Israel Democracy Institute (IDI) told The Media Line. “It’s meant to bring more substance to the Jewish nature of Israel and lessen the democratic nature of the state.”

The current proposal has some amendments remaining from the original draft. In the first version, Arabic was no longer listed as one of the national languages. In addition, the original draft described Israel as “a Jewish state with a democratic system of government.”

Wadie Abunassar says this latest proposal will join a series of recent anti-democratic measures such as the “Naqba law” which allows the finance minister to penalize any state-funded institutions which mark Israel’s Independence Day as a day of mourning. Many Palestinians refer to the creation of the state of Israel as the “naqba” or “catastrophe.”

He said he understands the impetus for this current law enshrining Israel as a Jewish state but believes it is unwise.

“Some people here are concerned that Israel will face an existential threat from within and from outside that could threaten the state’s Jewish character,” he said. “But instead of pushing away Israel’s minorities, Israel should use them as a bridge between Israel and its Arab neighbors.

[Source: The Media Line]


Israel has no no Constitution and the lessening of the democratic nature of the state.
Taking into account the Palestinian Arab's aspirations and now the recent marriage between Fatah and Hamas things will only escalate on both sides.

If Israel has a new Constitution declaring Israel as a strictly Jewish state with Hebrew as the official language that would have to lead to theocracy and perhaps even monarchy.

[Ezekiel 37 24-26] "My servant David will be king over them, and they will all have one shepherd; and they will walk in My ordinances and keep My statutes and observe them. [25] “They will live on the land that I gave to Jacob My servant, in which your fathers lived; and they will live on it, they, and their sons and their sons’ sons, forever; and David My servant will be their prince forever. [26] I will make a covenant of peace with them; it will be an everlasting covenant with them. And I will place them and multiply them, and will set My sanctuary in their midst forever."


David was long dead when Ezekiel spoke these words, and yet someone from the root of Jesse will be king, but also a prince.

[Jeremiah 33:32] As the host of heaven cannot be counted and the sand of the sea cannot be measured, so I will multiply the descendants of David My servant and the Levites who minister to Me.

How, when at what point in time will this happen? It is happening already.

There is someone here who is from the root of Jesse (Ishai) through Raddai (1Chrinicles 2:14) the fifth son, brother of David.




Israel was told to believe and proclaim the only one God: Shmah (Hear) oh Israel Addonay (the LORD) Eloheinu (our God) Ahad (He is one).

From this we understand that beside Him there are no other gods, good or bad nor demigods (Greek mythology). 

The Hellenized Jewish mind was impaired. How? The monotheistic belief was compromised.

It started with Zoroaster and the division of God’s Universe into light and darkness although it is written that in God’s eyes both were very good (Genesis 1:18).

From this came Satan the prince of darkness as if he were there ruler over the domain of darkness while God was only restricted to light. Thus we threw away God’s complete over all of His own creation sovereignty.

Was that good or bad?

Why did we do that?

When you make a god of darkness then quite naturally you itch to find out what’s hidden in darkness.

A reformed mind acquires light with which he or she shines into darkness in order to find out what’s REALLY in it. Everything else is illusion and speculation.

The Truth is the light. Study it and your mind will be reformed and it will bring healing to your body. yes it passes through your renewed mind and soul.  

The monotheistic Jewish mind had been hijacked. This mentality the Jews brought into the post-Persia Holy Land which was ruled by Greece and which later the Romans called Palestine.

To the Monotheistic Jewish mind the Hellenistic period was most devastating.

The Maccabees initiated a lengthy warfare against the Greeks. Because of their partial success the Romans, who conquered Greece, gave self governance to the Jews on Jerusalem’s Temple Mt. It was during that period that Jesus appeared in the temple.

The Jewish monotheistic thought under Babylon, Persia and Greece was compromised to the point of being totally lost.

We see God’s intervention in this.

God raised the Maccabees, now the Hasmonean princes; they appointed the Prusheem. This cast of Pharisees was appointed to teach the compromised and almost lost Jewish population the tenets of Judaism. They taught the original Jewish thought, yet still compromised, because the teachers had a selfish interest in it. 

Over a period of about 200 years, many of the Pharisees were not even of the Jewish lineage, but were themselves Greeks, and so dualism (God vs. Satan) still plowed their mind; hence, the invention of a Beelzebub or Beelzebul; demonology and demonic hierarchies.

When Jesus appeared on the scene:

[Mark 3:22-24] The scribes who came down from Jerusalem were saying, “He is possessed by Beelzebul,” and “He casts out the demons by the ruler of the demons.” [23] And He called them to Himself and began speaking to them in parables, “How can Satan cast out Satan?  

When and where is Satan finished?

Through proper understanding we reform our minds.

In Catholicism this sensation (hidden things in darkness) took hold of the monks’ mind as well as of St. Augustine. Augustine started with Luke 10:18. 

“I was watching Satan fall from heaven like lightning.” 

From this he created the fall of Satan, which the Latin Catholic Bible called Lucifer (Isaiah 14).

Isaiah (14) speaks of picking up a taunt against the king of Babylon. 

[Isaiah 14:1] “When the LORD will have compassion on Jacob and again choose Israel, and settle them in their own land, then strangers will join them and attach themselves to the house of Jacob.”

It is something to do with Israel and the Jews at which point the Jews were still in diaspora and were looked upon as a strange bunch of people. (no one really cared to find out who they really were. This led to the popular replacement theology, which continues to this day. But since it was a Gentile invention no one really cared about the Jew and his return to the land as it is today.

[Is. 14:16] “Is this the man who made the earth tremble, who shook kingdoms?”

Clearly, it speaks of a man and not of an angel, but a fantasy-driven mind craves the sensational.

[Ezekiel 28:1-2] “The word of the LORD came again to me, saying, [2] “Son of man, say to the leader of Tyre… Yet you are a man and not God, [16] Though you are a man and not God…”

Pure metaphors, but not to a sensational mind. (Typical Middle-eastern style of writing.)

Out of these passages the Satan theology evolved and passed on to the Christianity. (Read the Jewish View of Satan.)

The Greeks invented the devil from Diabolos and ever since then Satan and preferably so is called the devil.


Catholic notions of angelic hierarchies further plowed the sensationally driven mind seeking dualism, pluralism, and eventually making heaven impure and God the Creator of all things imperfect. Thus they have sinned against God.

No man can plead for them, unless they repent and beg for mercy.

The blame shifts to the perfect God and perfect heaven making it imperfect where intrigues, plots and angelic free-will is possible. Just because this happens on earth those short-sighted imbeciles have imagined that it must be the same in heaven. How can the physical perceptions ever interpret the heavenly things?

1. To plot one needs time. - Heaven is timeless.
2. To hide the plot one needs darkness. - Heaven has no darkness but only light.
3. No lie can hide in heaven, which is ruled by the Truth.
4. No unrest or war is possible in heaven, for God is one and instant.

Everything in heaven is instant and omnipresent.

The perfect peace Jesus spoke of in John 14:27 comes not from this world, but from the perfect God (Matthew 5:48) of perfect love (1John 4:18), of perfect joy (John 15;11) and perfect peace (Isaiah 26:3). In the mind of many heaven is imperfect, therefore God is imperfect postulating gaps in His omniscient, omnipresent and omnipotent rule. 

Attributing weakness to God throws away His divinity. Instead of the only God those idiots created an imperfect god. They have sinned against the LORD Himself. 

Those who get ready to go to the perfect heaven (when they die) do not know God or His heaven.

5. One third of fallen angels is deducted from which number?

Imagining hierarchal ranks in heaven postulates plurality; of many gods.

[John 10:34-35] Jesus answered them, “Has it not been written in your Law, ‘I said, you are gods’? [35] “If he called them gods, to whom the word of God came (and the Scripture cannot be broken).

This word comes to me and now it also comes to you.

There is no war between God and Satan for Satan is His prosecutor UNDER God’s complete sovereignty over the entire creation.

God deals with us - His extensions on earth - and the Bible speaks about this relationship between Him and us.

So get reformed today.


First, there was the now infamous “sex-jihad” fatwa, which holds that any Muslim woman who willingly allows her body to be used by the sexually-deprived jihadis becomes herself a jihadi, if not a “martyr,” deserving of all the honor and rewards associated with those titles.  (Much has been written about the sex jihad, including videotaped testimonials—and how one teenage girl, after copulating with countless jihadis, got pregnant and contracted aids—even as pro-Syrian war Western entities like Foreign Policy try to deny it.)
Another fatwa permitted the jihadis in Syria to enslave and rape any non-Sunni women—including Alawites (Assad’s sect), Christians, Druze, and all Shia—in the context of their status as melk al-yamin or “right hand possessions,” per Koran 4:3 (a verse that permits the enslavement and sexual use of conquered “infidel” women).
Now, the same Islamic cleric who issued this last “rape fatwa” has issued another fatwa urging destitute women in war torn Syria to become the “right hand possessions” of any man willing to support them—basically, to sell themselves into sex-slavery.
This shows how Islam and its twists and turns make its male adherents weak. In the area of lust and sex, starting with Muhammad himself, Muslim men show weakness, for they only seek to control others instead of themselves.


Hurt and ugliness. Hate and fear. Religious prison and the fear of getting out of this prison perpetuates cycles of senseless evil.

It suits many religionists to imagine evil being born in heaven with Lucifer and one third of angels going corrupt and falling, but falling from what height? Heaven is amongst us and not geographically somewhere among stars, and even if it were so, then the planet earth is part of the same galaxy. From space our planet looks yes like a planet.

One must know the full number of God's angels in order to deduce from that number one third. One would have to know the location of heaven before one could use the term "fall", alright fallen from grace etc, fallen out of favor etc., but that is the same psychology: it is not me it is them. Result: weakness, and very low IQ. So let idiots become more idiotic and let those who are bound up entangle themselves further more.


We teach overcoming, and improving ourselves. Only a peacemaker is called a son of God, but in Islam it is the war maker, violent man even called martyr never satisfied for even in Paradise he wants to have sex but only with virgins (70), but when he blew himself up in a terrorist attack the private parts are gone anyway. This screwed up mentality is imbecilic and hardly anyone wants to forsake it (regardless of religious belonging). The love of God is nonexistent, but only fearful and perverted love for one's own religion. In Judaism we have this:

[Leviticus 19:17-18] ‘You shall not hate your fellow countryman in your heart; you may surely reprove your neighbor, but shall not incur sin because of him. [18] ‘You shall not take vengeance, nor bear any grudge against the sons of your people, but you shall love your neighbor as yourself; I am the LORD.

In Christianity this:

[1John 4:17-20] By this, love is perfected with us, so that we may have confidence in the day of judgment; because as He is, so also are we in this world. [18] There is no fear in love; but perfect love casts out fear, because fear involves punishment, and the one who fears is not perfected in love. [19] We love, because He first loved us. [20] If someone says, “I love God,” and hates his brother, he is a liar; for the one who does not love his brother whom he has seen, cannot love God whom he has not seen.

Find something like this in Islam. The Bible is composed of 66 authors but only one man wrote the Koran with which he terrorized those who followed him. Result? - His words must be blindly swallowed and Muhammad "MUST" be accepted as the only prophet. Result? - FEAR, lest one be killed or stoned to death. From this kind of self-inflicted terrorism Jesus came to free us.


There is no freedom in Islam, but also no freedom in Orthodoxy, Jewish or Christian. The MUST is evil. God hates any form of oppression and any kind of pressure. Read this:

[Exodus 25:2] Tell the sons of Israel to raise a contribution for Me; from every man whose heart moves him you shall raise My contribution.  

This means that from those whose hearts were not moved Moses were not to raise the LORD'S contribution. Why? Compulsion. Paul who studied Judaism under Rabbi Gamaliel said this:

[2Corinthians 9:7] Each one must do just as he has purposed in his heart, not grudgingly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver.

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