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Archaeological discovery affirms
Jewish claim to the land

Archaeological discovery affirms
Jewish claim to land
Menorah stamp (photo: Israel Antiquities Authority)

A recent archaeological find provides further proof of the constant presence of Jews in Israel.

While excavating an area near Akko for an upcoming railroad construction project,
the Israel Antiquities Authority discovered a 1,500-year-old bread stamp. The stamp, used at that time to mark baked goods as kosher and as coming from specific bakeries, is ceramic and bears the image of the seven-branched Temple Menorah:
According to Gilad Jaffe and Dr. Danny Syon, the directors of the excavation on behalf of the Israel Antiquities Authority, “A number of stamps bearing an image of a menorah are known from different collections. The Temple Menorah, being a Jewish symbol par excellence, indicates the stamps belonged to Jews, unlike Christian bread stamps with the cross pattern which were much more common in the Byzantine period.”

There were no Muslims in the region at the time — because the Quran had not yet been written.

According to Syon, “This is the first time such a stamp is discovered in a controlled archaeological excavation, thus making it possible to determine its provenance and date of manufacture. The stamp is important because it proves that a Jewish community existed in the settlement of Uza in the Christian-Byzantine period. The presence of a Jewish settlement so close to Akko – a region that was definitely Christian at this time – constitutes an innovation in archaeological research.”

Author: Stand for Israel | January 10, 2012
Posted in:  Archaeology

Helping erase Biblical history

We could hardly say it better than Commentary’s incomparable Evelyn Gordon on the dust-up over building in the “settlement” of Jerusalem”:… labeling half of Israel’s capital a “settlement,” as Jonathan has pointed out, may be hard to beat.

But a
New York Times report of a new book about the Temple Mount is definitely in the running. Seeking to give readers some background, the report offered the following gem: “The lack of archaeological evidence of the ancient temples has led many Palestinians to deny any real Jewish attachment or claim to the plateau.”

We’ll ignore the fact that the Second Temple is actually well-documented in extant writings from the period, and that several sections of the Temple compound’s outer walls, as described in these writings, have been uncovered (the Western Wall being one of them).

Instead, let’s discuss why there is a dearth of findings from the Temples themselves. (1) There happens to be a mosque on the exact site where, according to tradition, the Temples once stood. (2) Israel, contrary to Palestinian propaganda, is not out to “destroy al-Aqsa”; indeed, it scrupulously avoids any action that might endanger the mosque. (3) Israel is so deferential to Muslim sensibilities that, after capturing the Mount in 1967, it handed control of the site back to the Muslim waqf. Which brings us to (4): for all these reasons, Israel has never excavated the only place in the world where remnants of the Temple could possibly be found. Nor were any digs conducted there before 1967: al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock have stood undisturbed for hundreds of years. And yes, it is hard to produce archaeological evidence if you never even conduct a dig.

What is outrageous about this report is not just the way it abets Palestinian falsifications of history, though it certainly does that: since the reader isn’t told that this “lack of evidence” stems from the fact that nobody ever looked, he naturally assumes that archaeologists did, in fact, look and found nothing.

Even more outrageous, however, is the way Israel’s generosity is being used against it: its very restraint in eschewing excavations on the Mount — its concern, again, for Muslim sensibilities, its desire to avoid even the appearance of harm to the mosques — has been twisted into “evidence” that no Jewish connection to the Mount ever existed.

This is a standard Palestinian tactic: Israel’s refusal to let Jews pray on the Mount, also in deference to Muslim sensibilities, is similarly used as “proof” that Jews have no connection to the site. After all, Muslims pray there; Jews don’t; QED.
And this tactic has been wildly successful: most of the world is completely convinced that Israel lacks any rights on the Mount.

But if Israel’s generosity is being exploited in this fashion, perhaps Jerusalem needs to rethink its tactics — and start demonstrating the Jewish connection to the Mount in actions rather than words. Excavating under al-Aqsa would be too drastic a first step. But letting Jews pray on a designated section of the Mount devoid of mosques would be an excellent place to begin.

Author: Stand For Israel | November 18, 2009
Posted in:  Archaeology, Commentary, Historical Revisionism, Israel, Jerusalem, Palestinians, Temple Mount, US-Israel relations  

Clay seal from Second Temple period unearthed
Photo Credit: Israel Antiquities Authority

Archaeologists in Jerusalem uncovered a Second Temple artifact which testifies to the ritual practices performed in the Holy Temple. The artifact, a clay seal the size of a button, is inscribed with the Aramaic words Daka Le’Ya, meaning “Pure for God.”

The inscription dates back to the first century, and is consistent with Jewish literature which teaches that no oil was to be used for lighting the menorah in the Temple unless it had the signature of the High Priest stating that it is “Pure for God.”

The fact that this ancient artifact has been brought to light on Hanukkah is no coincidence. While there were many miracles performed for the Jewish people when they waged war against the much mightier Greek army, it is the miracle of the oil that we celebrate.

After the Jewish people succeeded in driving the Greeks out of their land, the priests entered the Holy Temple to perform the Temple service that had been prohibited by the Greeks. When they entered, they found a Temple that had been completely desecrated – the instruments of service were destroyed and the oil used for lighting the menorah was defiled.

Amidst the havoc which prevailed in the Temple, the Cohanim, or Priests, found one jar of oil remaining which had the seal of the High Priest – “Pure for God.” The jar contained enough oil for one day and it would take an additional eight days to produce more pure oil fit for lighting. Yet, God performed a miracle and the oil lasted for eight days.

The service of lighting the menorah in the Temple was called the Aish Tamid or “Eternal Flame.” The Cohen (priest) would light the menorah every morning and it would continue to burn through the following morning, so that the menorah would be lit continuously.

What is unique about the light of the menorah which was lit in the Temple and that we light today on Chanukah? When describing the creation of the world; Genesis 1:4, states that “God saw that the light was good, so he separated between light and darkness.” Thus, the reason for the separation between light and darkness was because “God saw that the light was good.”

Our sages teach that the original light which God created was too pure, too holy, for a world inhabited by both good and evil. So God stored away the original light of creation for those that will enter the World to Come. That is why the verse says that upon seeing the goodness of that light God had separated it – He was storing it away for a future time.

The light of the menorah is a taste of the light of creation, the hidden light, which is to be revealed in the World to Come. Since the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, we no longer have access to that light except on Hanukkah. Therefore, it is no coincidence that on this Hanukkah archaeologists uncovered for the first time a Temple seal used to stamp on the menorah oil – “Pure for God.”

Author: Amichai Farkas | December 27, 2011
Posted in:  Archaeology, Holidays

An ancient text goes online


There are plenty of examples of technology being used for the wrong purposes — but here’s a use of technology that enlightens and educates: Almost one week after debuting online, the website featuring the 2,000-year-old Dead Sea
Scrolls has already drawn more than a million hits.

The Israel Museum and Google Israel launched the site Sept. 26. They say interest in the ancient scrolls has exceeded expectations.

“We didn’t know it would be so popular; we’ve had so many visitors in such a short period of time,” Dr. Susan Hazan, the Israel Museum curator overseeing the Dead Sea Scrolls Digital Project, said in the Jerusalem Post.

Amazing — we do indeed live in an age of wonders! 

Monday, October 10th, 2011 at 2:50 PM  | David Kuner  

Bibles rescued from Syria in secret op
An Israeli librarian inspects a rare holy book before it goes on exhibit at the National Library in Jerusalem
(photo: AP)

Nearly a dozen ancient holy books have finally made their way to Israel from Syria, following a multi-continent, James Bond-style operation. They traveled from Damascus to New York and finally to Jerusalem, where they are being kept at the National Library.

The 11 holy books, some dating back 1,000 years, were written by copyist of the Scriptures around the world and arrived in the Syrian capital in different periods. The Jewish community
took pride in them and guarded them meticulously, helping them survive the political upheavals that took place in the city over the years.

The Damascus books are considered the world’s most ancient Bibles after the Aleppo Codex, which compared to them is torn and shabby.The

Rabin government decided to bring the books to Israel in 1995. The defense establishment, governmental organizations and immigrants from Syria took part in the secret operation.

:It was one of the most important operations we participated in,” says Eliyahu Hasson, chairman of the community of Damascus Jews in Israel, who served as director-general of the Transportation Ministry at the time.

Judy Feld Carr, a Canadian pensioner who turned helping Syria’s Jewry into her life’s work, lauds the operation as well. “Out of all the things I have done in my life, this operation was the most brilliant,” she declares.

Thursday, October 6th, 2011 at 3:19 PM  | David Kuner  

2,000 year old golden bell discovered in Jerusalem
The history of Israel is unparalleled both in its length and in its richness. Nearly everywhere you walk in the Old City archaeologists have uncovered the remains of ancient Israel, sometimes thousands of years old. One of the most recent finds was a tiny golden bell which was lost in Jerusalem some 2,000 years ago during the Second Temple period: “It seems the bell was sewn on the garment worn by a high official in Jerusalem at the end of the Second Temple period,” an IAA statement said.

The bell was found inside the main drainage channel taking rainwater from different parts of the city to the pool of Siloam, which is mentioned several times in the Bible.

“Apparently, the high official was walking in the Jerusalem street in the vicinity of Robinson’s Arch and lost the gold bell that fell from his garment into the drainage channel beneath the road,” the IAA said, noting that Jewish high priests were known to have bells sewn onto their robes.

Tuesday, July 26th, 2011 at 12:02 PM  | David Kuner

Palestinians practice Psalm denial

Palestinian “researcher” Dr. Hayel Sanduqa recently
stated on Palestinian Authority television that the source of the phrase “if I forget thee, O Jerusalem” was not the Bible (Psalm 137) but a Frankish crusader.   

According to Dr. Sanduqa, the phrase was then “borrowed by the Zionist movement, which falsified it in the name of Zionism.” Commentary’s Jonathan S. Tobin – and Bible-reading people everywhere –
begs to differ.

This is, of course, laughable. “If I Forget Thee, O Jerusalem” is from the 137th Psalm of the Hebrew Bible that immortalized the laments of Jewish exiles from the land of Israel in Babylonian captivity.

But unfortunately, when it comes to Palestinian attempts to deny the Jewish connection to Jerusalem and the entire country, this is not an isolated incident. The PA continues to assert the Temple Mount was not the site of the ancient Holy Temple in Jerusalem and to claim even the Western Wall is not a Jewish site. The Palestinians’ refusal to accept an independent Palestinian state alongside a Jewish state of Israel is the result of such attitudes. This is more than just the product of 100 years of conflict. Since Palestinian nationalism came into being as a reaction to the return of Jews to the country, Palestinian national identity is inextricably linked to a denial of historical links of Jews to the land.

Palestinian programs such as this one are part of a campaign of incitement that, despite contrary quotes given in English to the Western media by Palestinian Authority spokespersons, illustrate the implacable hatred which fuels the conflict. Peace will never come until Palestinian culture rejects such ideas.

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011 at 6:57 AM  | David Kuner   

P.A. declares Western Wall was not Jewish until 16th century A.D.

Report concludes
that the “Occupying Power” of Israel has practiced “racism” in claiming the wall as its own.

The Palestinian Authority’s rewriting of the Bible has reached a new peak or – low – with a “scientific study” claiming that Jews did not begin to claim a connection to the Western Wall (Kotel) until 500 years ago.

The Western Wall, also known in pre-State times as the “Wailing Wall,” is the outer wall of the Second Temple compound, the only remaining structure from the compound, and has been a symbol of the deepest connection between most of the Jewish world, both religious and secular, and Judaism for two thousand years following the destruction of the Second Temple on the 9th of the Jewish month of Av  in 70 C.E.

Monday, November 22nd, 2010 at 4:17 PM  | David Kuner  

Archaeologists Uncover 3,350-Year-Old Document Near Jerusalem’s City Wall

The fragment is likely part of a message from the king of Jerusalem to Egyptian officials:
A tiny clay fragment dating from the 14th century B.C., which was discovered outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls, contains the oldest written document found in the city, researchers say.

The 3,350-year-old clay fragment was uncovered during sifting of fill excavated from beneath a 10th century B.C. tower, dating from the period of King Solomon in an area near the southern wall of the Old City, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem said today in an e-mailed statement.
Details of the find appear in the current Israel Exploration Journal.

“The find, believed to be part of a tablet from a royal archive, further testifies to the importance of Jerusalem as a major city in the Late Bronze Age, long before its conquest by King David,” the statement said.
Friday, July 16th, 2010 at 8:29 AM  | David Kuner  

Noah’s Ark found in Turkey?

A group of evangelical explorers have found what is believed to be Noah’s Ark on Mount Ararat in Turkey. The ark has many compartments like the ones used by Noah to house animals. Turkey will apply for UNESCO World Heritage status so the site can be protected while a major archeological dig is conducted. Mount Ararat, the highest point in the region, is the location where the ark and its inhabitants ran aground.

Tuesday, April 27th, 2010 at 1:29 PM  | Amichai Farkas

Turkish PM: Rachel’s tomb is Muslim, was never Jewish

In a statement that reveals what’s really at stake in the ongoing controversy–and PA-stoked violence–over Israel adding some religious sites to a list of Jewish heritage sites,
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan
told the Saudi newspaper Al Wattan that al Aksa Mosque, the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel’s Tomb “were not and never will be Jewish sites, but Islamic sites.”
The al-Aksa Mosque is the black-domed mosque that sits at the southern end of the Temple Mount, which was not included (some Israelis have said, scandalously) on the list of national heritage sites.

As a reminder, Rachel was one of the Jewish people’s four matriarchs and lived several thousand years before the Islam was founded. Her grave, which is described in Genesis 35:19, has been a pilgrimage site for Jews (and, later, Christians) for thousands of years.

Monday, March 8th, 2010 at 10:41 AM  | Stand For Israel  

Waqf, PA leadership attempt to rewrite biblical history

We told you before about the ongoing (low-burn) violence and media circus surrounding the Jewish state’s adding two major tourist and spiritual pilgrimage spots to a list of sites of “Jewish cultural heritage.”

Well, on Friday, worshipers at the Western Wall were stoned by rioters on top of the Temple Mount and 15 Israeli policemen and dozens of the rioters were injured in the resulting scuffles. (Don’t Islamic leaders mind their followers using the high ground of what is ostensibly a holy site to attempt to maim worshipers below?)

So let’s go over this again: Israel added two spots to a list that designates sites of historical and cultural relevance. And this caused Palestinians to riot? (Continuing the long tradition of the Palestinian Authority using violence or threats of it where other governments use diplomacy.)
And countries ranging from
Jordan, Egypt, and other Arab league states, to–predictably– the UN felt the need to condemn the list-making (while not condemning the violence fomented by the PA). And, of course, the U.S. hasn’t retracted the State Department’s comments on the matter, which were that the Israeli list was “provocative and unhelpful.”

So what are these sites anyway?

What exactly are these sites?
One is Rachel’s Tomb, which sits on the edge of Bethelehem close to Jerusalem. The second is the Cave of the Patriarchs, which sits in the middle of Hebron. Just how “provocative” is it to add these to the list of sites of Jewish cultural import?

Rachel’s Tomb is identified in Genesis 35:19-20:
“So Rachel died and was buried on the way to Ephrath (that is, Bethlehem). Over her tomb Jacob set up a pillar, and to this day that pillar marks Rachel’s tomb.”

As the Bible relates, the site has been holy to Jews for thousands of years — more than a thousand years before Islam even came into existence!
(And holy to Christians hundreds of years before…)

The case of the Cave of the Patriarchs is even more ironic: Genesis 23 records how…Read More »   

Monday, March 8th, 2010 at 7:34 AM  | Stand For Israel  

Israel Underground: History in the Dirt

In Israel, a land rich with Bible history, renovating your home can lead to archeological revelations.

That’s what happened this month to a couple in Jerusalem’s Old City. A white marble plaque was found that dates back 1100 years, according to Israeli archeologists. Hebrew University Professor Moshe Sharon traced it to 910, when the city was under Muslim rule.

For archeologists and students, Israel is an ideal location for an archeological dig, since interesting finds are everywhere. A few of the recent significant finds:
The Jaffa Gate

A Byzantine-era road in the heart of Jerusalem near the Jaffa Gate beneath present-day David Street was found by municipality workers. The find supports the Madaba Mosaic Map, the oldest known cartographic representation of Jerusalem dating from the 6th century A.D.

Subsequent to the discovery of the street, another Roman artifact was found nearby: an aqueduct from the days of King Herod.

But Jerusalem’s history goes back farther than the Romans. A few fortunate U.S. college students were involved in a  privately-funded excavation that discovered a 231-foot long, 20 foot-high section of stone wall near the Temple Mount. The wall, dating back to the time of King Solomon, was part of a city complex.

Volunteering on an archeology dig in Israel is an excellent way to gain a deeper appreciation of the country’s historical and Biblical context–something the students involved in the wall excavation no doubt discovered–but usually requires a lot of hard work and weather.

Then again–as others have discovered–sometimes, in Israel, archeology finds you.

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 at 8:46 AM  | Alicia M. Cohn  

Erasing Ezekiel’s Jewish identity

For centuries Jews, Christians and Muslims came to Al-Kifl, a small town south of Baghdad, to visit the tomb of the Prophet Ezekiel and pray.

The distinctive Jewish character of the Al-Kifl shrine, namely the Hebrew inscriptions and the Torah Ark, never bothered the gentile worshipers. In the 14th century a minaret was built next to the shrine, but the interior design remained Jewish. The vast majority of Iraq’s Jewish community left some 60 years ago, but Shi’ites took good care of the holy site.
Until now.

Recently “Ur,” a local Iraqi news agency, reported that a huge mosque will be built on top of the grave by Iraq’s Antiquities and Heritage Authority, while Hebrew inscriptions and ornaments are being removed from the site, all as part of renovations.

Prof. Shmuel Moreh of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, winner of the 1999 Israel Prize in Middle Eastern studies and chairman of the Association of Jewish Academics from Iraq, speaking to The Jerusalem Post on Wednesday, confirmed the report.

“I first heard the news of tomb desecration from a friend of mine who is a German scholar. After visiting the site he called me and said that some Hebrew inscriptions on the grave were covered by plaster and that a mosque is planned to be built on top of the tomb. He told me that he found the changes at the tomb disturbing and warned me that I’d better act quickly, before any irreversible damage will be inflicted,” Moreh said.“I had contacted Mr. Shelomo Alfassa, US director of Justice for Jews from Arab Countries, and told him about this situation. Then I saw the report from the Ur news agency, mentioning the decision of the Antiquities and Heritage Authority to build a mosque and to erase the Hebrew inscriptions and ornaments,” Moreh said.

He asked friends to check out the developments at the site. The most recent to visit the shrine said that some of the inscriptions are now hidden by a layer of plaster.

Iraqi press reports claim that the building must be destroyed because of its poor condition. However, Alfassa believes that Iraq’s Antiquities and Heritage Authority “has been pressured by Islamists to historically cleanse all evidence of a Jewish connection to Iraq – a land where Jews had lived for over a thousand years before the advent of Islam.”

According to the Baghdad-born Moreh, many of the Muslims who visit the tomb today are unaware Ezekiel was a Jew.

Iraq, the biblical Aram Naharaim, is rich in Jewish religious sites. Not only Ezekiel is buried there, but also Ezra, Daniel, Nehemiah, Nahum and Jonah. (Another tomb attributed to Ezekiel is located in Dezful, in southwestern Iran.)

Soon after the US-led invasion in 2003, Iraqi authorities indicated that they intended to take good care of the Jewish sites, which might become a powerful tourist magnet. In May 2009, the Tourism Ministry declared that it intended to preserve all of Iraq’s heritage sites, regardless of creed, and would soon begin the renovation of Ezekiel’s tomb.

But the future of Jewish sacred sites looks grim in the intolerant current climate of post-Saddam Iraq, where only eight Jews are left, the Christian minority is severely persecuted by the fundamentalists and ancient Shi’ite mosques are blown up.

“Let’s hope that the Jewish sites will be spared, but someone must intervene before it’s too late,” Moreh warned.

Author: Stand for Israel | January 15, 2010
Posted in:  Archaeology 

Come again?:
Ancient Hebrew fragments of Jewish Bible are part of Muslim country’s “cultural heritage”

This ancient Hebrew scroll of the Book of Psalms is part of... the Muslim cultural legacy?

Here’s how this will get reported: Canada declined to get involved in a controversy over ownership of the famous Dead Sea Scrolls, which Jordan alleges Israel seized illegally from east Jerusalem during the Six-Day War.  

What actually happened: Canada didn’t get involved when Jordan–ostensibly the most moderate of Israel’s neighbors–demanded that Canadian authorities seize a traveling exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The scrolls, ancient Hebrew manuscripts including segments of the Hebrew Bible, are of enormous significance to Christians and Jews and have little or nothing to do with Islam, the religion of the majority of Jordanians. Canadians are too polite to have snorted in the Jordanians’ faces.  


The ancient caves near Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found.

So let’s go over this again: Jordan told Canada that, according to the Hague convention, the scrolls are their ”cultural property.” Back in April, Salam Fayyad, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority, wrote to the Canadian Prime Minister to claim ownership and tried to get the Canadians to refuse the show altogether. When that didn’t work, a bunch of “pro-Palestinian” groups demonstrated outside the museum for daring to show them. (Around 200,000 people viewed them anyway.)  

As a reminder,
the Dead Sea Scrolls are ancient Hebrew parchments that were discovered in caves near Qumran, a valley in the desert between Jerusalem and the Dead Sea, between 1947 and the late 1950s. The scrolls are believed to have been written by the Essenes, a Jewish sect that lived there around the time of the Second Temple.
(Many scholars believe that Jesus might have been an Essene.)

The scrolls include fragments from most books of the Hebrew Bible, including Psalms and Isaiah, as well as a number of other books from the Aprocrypha –…Read More »   

Monday, January 4th, 2010 at 5:04 PM  | Stand For Israel  

Photos and details about Nazareth find:
1st century house sheds light on life in Jesus’ era

An aerial view of the house uncovered in Nazareth

The Israeli archaeologists who carried out excavations in Nazareth that revealed a house that dates to the time of Jesus (the 1st century CE) are saying that the dig sheds important light in the way of life in Nazareth at the time.

From the few written sources available, historians believe that, in the first 1st century CE, Nazareth was a small Jewish village nestled in a valley. Until this dig, only a few tombs from the time of Jesus had been uncovered; these remains are the first house to be found.

“The building that we found is small and modest and it is most likely typical of the dwellings in Nazareth in that period,” said Yardena Alexander, the archaeologist who directed the excavation.

The house was discovered during excavations prior to the building of a new visitors’ center as a part of the Church of the Annunciation compound, which is adjacent to the plot where the house lays. The Church sits on the spot that Catholic tradition identifies as the home of Mary, Jesus’s mother. It was built in 1969 on the remains of three earlier churches, which included a Crusader Church and one that dated to the Byzantine period (the fourth century CE). A cave that lies between the churches was identified by early Christian tradition as the home of Jesus’ family.

(Because Israeli soil is so rich in remnant of Biblical and post-Biblical history, Israeli law requires that any construction that requires digging be cleared with the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) first. The IAA then makes sure that there aren’t any remains that might be damaged. –Alas, they’ve been a little more permissive when it comes to digging on the Temple Mount.)

The house sat underneath remains of a broad wall that dated to the Mamluk period (15th century CE).

(Israeli archaeologists… generally have to work through layers of history since buildings from different eras are built on top of the remains of older buildings – as in the case of the Church itself being built on top of older churches.)

The house consists of two rooms and a courtyard that held a rock-hewn cistern that would have collected rainwater. Only a few artifacts were found inside and consisted mostly of pottery fragments that date to the Early Roman period (the first and second centuries CE). Several fragments from chalk vessels also were found, which were commonly used by Jews during that period since they did not become ritually unclean.

The dig also uncovered another hewn pit with a camouflaged entrance, which held pottery shards dating to the Early Roman period. Excavation director Yarden Alexandre theorized that it was “part of the preparations by the Jews to protect themselves during the Great Revolt against the Romans in 67 CE Christian scripture teaches that Jesus grew up in Nazareth, where Mary lived with her husband, Joseph.

The “Mary of Nazareth”’
association intends on conserving and displaying the remains of the newly discovered house inside the new building planned.

Author: Stand For Israel | December 24, 2009
Posted in:  Archaeology, Israel, Jewish roots of Christianity  

The house is adjacent to the Church of the Annunciation  

More on attempts to erase Biblical history
The Temple Mount with the new city behind it (by David Hoaks)

Rabbi Leibel Reznick is writing from a Jewish perspective, but the Palestinian attempts to erase Biblical history are trying to erase Christian history as well:
In his 1925 autobiography, Mein Kampf, Adolph Hitler wrote that people would assume that an outrageous lie must be true because no one would have the audacity to have made it up. Later, that propaganda technique evolved into: If a big lie is repeated enough times it will become widely accepted as truth.

This bit of Nazi propaganda is being used today by the Palestinians. Their Big Lie is preached from the pulpits of the mosques and in the classrooms of their madrasas – and more and more of the untutored masses are believing it.

What is the Palestinian Big Lie?
Palestinian Authority Mufti Ikrama Sabri was quoted in the Palestinian daily Al-Ayyam (November 22, 1997) as saying that the Western Wall is part of the Al-Aksa Mosque and the Jews have no connection with it.

In other words, the Jewish people have no historical connection with the Temple Mount, including the Western Wall, or with any part of old Jerusalem. No archaeological evidence has ever shown otherwise. So they claim.

The absurd assertions continue. Islamic Movement chief Raed Salah stated in 2006, "We remind, for the thousandth time, that the entire Al-Aksa mosque [on the Temple Mount], including all of its area and alleys above the ground and under it, is exclusive and absolute Muslim property and no one else has any rights to even one grain of earth in it."

Sheikh Yusef Kardawi, one of the most influential Muslim clerics, denies that the Jews of old ever lived in Jerusalem
and that they are nothing more than invaders from Europe who seized Arab land in the 20th century.

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The Palestinian Minister of Muslim Affairs, Sheikh Yusef Salameh, embellishes the ridiculous claims with absurdity: The Al-Aksa Mosque on the Temple Mount was built 40 years after the construction of the mosque in Mecca by Adam, the first man.

The former Jordanian Minister of Muslim Affairs, Abed al-Salaam al-Abadi refers to the Muslim prophet Abraham as the builder of the Al-Aksa Mosque 4,000 years ago. Egyptian archaeologist Abed al-Rahim Rihan Barakat writes, "The myth of the fabricated [Jewish] Temple is the greatest crime of historical forgery.
(Source: Nadav Shragai, "
In the Beginning was Al-Aqsa
," Haaretz, November 27, 2005.)

The Saudi royal family , the Palestinian archaeologist Dr. Dimitri Baramki, Sheikh Kardawi, and a multitude of Syrian clerics all identify the ancient Jebusites (from whom King David bought the Temple Mount, see Samuel II, chapter 24) as an ancient Arab tribe that wandered from the Arabian peninsula, together with the Canaanites, around 3,000 years BCE and therefore predated the Jewish presence in the land.
(Source: Nadav Shragai, "
Christian Zionists See US Devastation as 'A Home for a Home'
," September 13, 2005.)

On August 27, 2009 the Jerusalem Post reported that the Palestinian Authority's chief Islamic judge, Sheikh Tayseer Rajab Tamimi, boasted that there was no evidence to back up claims that Jews had ever lived in Jerusalem or that the Temple ever existed. Israeli archeologists, he said, have "admitted" that Jerusalem was never inhabited by Jews.

To deny the historical connection between the Jewish People and Jerusalem crosses the border of the rational into the realm of absurdity.

This assault on the traditional connection between the Jewish people and their holy city of Jerusalem continues on a daily basis. It is not possible to convince those who believe such foolish assertions otherwise. As Albert Einstein said, “Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity. And I'm not sure about the universe.”

To deny the historical connection between the Jewish people and Jerusalem crosses the border of the rational into the realm of absurdity. The Hebrew Bible details the history of the Israelites and Jerusalem throughout its pages. This is tangibly documented in the Dead Sea Scrolls, which were written 600 years before the Koran was committed to parchment. Carbon-14 dating verifies the antiquity of the scrolls. The Hebrew Bible mentions Jerusalem and the City of David more than 700 times.
The Koran does not mention Jerusalem even once.

The number of ancient, non-Jewish sources, documenting the presence of Jews in Jerusalem is impressive:

1. The Taylor Prism, named for its discoverer, Colonel Taylor, was found in the ruins of Nineveh, Iraq, in 1830. It was composed for the Assyrian king Sennacherib, and details the story of the Assyrian assault against “Hezekiah, the king of the Jews and his capital city, Jerusalem.”Taylor-Prism.jpg

2. The Babylonian Chronicles a collection of ancient tablets recording major events in Babylonian history (presently found in the British Museum), also tell of the Jews and Jerusalem.

3. One of the Elephantine Papyri, (circa 500 BCE) composed in the 17th year of King Darius, talks about the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and its priests.

Many Greek and Roman historians likewise confirm that Jerusalem was a Jewish city.

1. It is irrational to think that all of the above sources, many of whom were anti-Semitic, were part of some Zionist plot against the native Arab-Canaanite population.

Perhaps the most impressive piece of documentary evidence are the histories of the first century CE historian, Josephus Flavius.

In Antiquities and Wars of the Jews, he devotes hundreds of pages to the plight of the Jewish People in Jerusalem and the eventual destruction of their Temple. Josephus’ attention to detail, architectural and geographical, is well known and time after time his veracity and accuracy is borne out by archaeological discoveries.

To claim that the great number of Jews were relative late-comers to Jerusalem, some time during the 20th century, is contrary to the facts. Every few years, beginning in 1844, a census was taken in Jerusalem. The census counted separately the numbers of Jews, Arabs, and Christians. In every single census, the Jewish population was the greatest number. In many cases the Jewish population outnumbered the Arabs and Christians combined.

2. The absurd notion that there is no archaeological evidence to indicate a historical Jewish presence in the Holy City is to deny reality. A detailed presentation of all the archaeological evidence would require the pages of a large volume but I shall relate just of few of the archaeological items in brief merely to satisfy our own natural curiosity -- rather than to dispel a falsehood that does not need to be dispelled.

Jerusalem is one of the oldest cities in the world and, as would be expected, contains a wealth of archaeological finds. However, evidence of an ancient structure, be it a house, palace, or fortress, does not prove it to be Jewish. Ancient pottery or spearheads by themselves do not show their Jewish origin. We must limit ourselves to the archaeological finds that are unquestionably Jewish in nature. With that constraint understood, we can proceed.

The Temple Mount
1) Ashlars: The Second Temple was completely rebuilt several years before the beginning of the Common Era by the Judean tyrant, King Herod. The Temple complex was built entirely from large stone blocks called ashlars. Herod decreed that the Temple ashlars were to be unique in design and no other building in Jerusalem would be allowed to have that design. Each face of the ashlar was to be smooth and framed with a recessed border. On the Temple Mount today, these ashlars can readily be seen all along the Western Wall, Southern Wall, and parts of the Eastern and Northern Temple walls. These stones are in situ, in their original positions.

These four walls are retaining walls for the Temple Mount. The wall around the Temple Mount rests on solid bedrock and the height of the wall varies greatly depending on the contour of the bedrock. The height of the wall at the Western Wall Plaza is about 107 feet (33 meters) from bedrock to the top. The wall tapers as it rises.
(See Talmud Tractate Yoma 28b.)
It is about 12 feet thick at the bottom and about three feet thick at the top. Over the centuries, various invaders tried to tear down the wall in order to erase any signs of a previous Jewish presence in the city. However they were only partially successful along the upper regions of the wall due to the fact that the wall increases in thickness as one goes farther down.

If one observes the large ashlars along the bottom of the wall, one can readily see the Herodian (i.e. Jewish) design on these stones. As one looks up toward the mid-height of the wall, smaller ashlars can be seen but these ashlars are missing the Herodian design.
These stones were part of a ninth century CE reconstruction of the wall by the Arabs and are consistent with Arab style ashlars. Near the top of the wall, even smaller stones can be seen, also lacking the Herodian design. They are of a later Arab reconstruction of the wall in the 16th century. The unique Herodian ashlars which are in situ testify to the Jewish presence on the Temple Mount.

2) Temple's Courtyard Wall: A number of years ago, part of an inner courtyard wall (azarah) of the Second Temple was discovered near the Dome of the Rock. It too had the tell-tale Herodian design. When the Muslims realized that evidence of a Jewish presence on the Temple Mount was discovered within a stone’s throw of their holy site, they had the tell-tale signs of the courtyard wall covered with cement. However, earlier photographic evidence confirms the fact that the wall is there.

3) 12 Steps: The Talmudic tractate Middot, dealing with the structure of the Second Temple, describes a flight of 12 steps that led to the main Temple courtyard. Through the millennia, some of the steps of the destroyed Temple could still be seen. As time passed, the steps were dismantled and used by the invaders for other construction works. However, as late as the end of the 19th century, three of the steps remained on the Temple Mount, a bit south of the Dome of the Rock. They did not lead up to anything; they were just there and were ignored by the Arabs. When the Muslim authorities realized it was evidence of a previous Jewish Temple, the steps were buried and blocked from view by a stone wall. A photograph from the late 1800’s of these Temple steps still survives.

4) Stone Markers: The first century historian Josephus Flavius records that on the Temple Mount, at the base of the steps, were a series of stone markers with inscriptions written in Greek and Latin. The inscriptions warned non-Jews from passing beyond that point (Josephus Wars, 5:5). In 1871 one of the stone markers was discovered near the Temple Mount and is presently kept in the basement of the Istanbul Archaeological Museum. The Turks are not too keen to display proof that the Temple Mount was the site of the Jewish Temple and hence the marker is not on display. However, photographs of the marker are readily available. In addition, in 1935 a fragment of another marker was discovered and is presently on display in Jerusalem’s Rockefeller Museum.

5) "Korbon:" A piece of pottery, more than 2,000 years old, bearing the Hebrew (as opposed to Arabic) inscription korbon (Temple offering) was unearthed in the late 1960’s near the Temple Mount. It is difficult to explain why a piece of dried clay with the Hebrew word for Temple offering would be found next to the Temple Mount if there never had been any Jewish Temple in the city.

6) Shofar Inscription: The Talmud (Sukkah 53b) tells us that in Temple times a shofar was sounded in the Temple on the eve of Shabbat to signal when all labor must cease. During excavations carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority after the unification of Jerusalem in 1967, a large stone was found with the Hebrew inscription Beit HaTokiah, the Place of Shofar Blowing.

7) "Elders:" Those who served on the supreme court of the Jewish people were called the Elders. This term is used countless times in the Hebrew Bible (Tanach). Beginning in the time of King Solomon, when the First Temple was constructed, the seat of the Supreme Court was established on the Temple Mount. During the Second Temple Era, the Elders were commonly referred to by the Greek word Sanhedrin, assemblage, based on the verse “Assemble for Me 70 men, the Elders of Israel” (Numbers 11:16). During the Israel Antiquities Authorities excavations, a few fragments of an exquisitely engraved plaque was found. It bore Hebrew letters but only one word could be deciphered from the few fragments: zekayin, Elders.

8) Bar Kokhba Coins:
02_BAR-KOKHBA-TEMPLE-COIN.jpgDuring the Bar Kokhba rebellion against the Romans, circa 132 CE, Bar Kokhba regained control of Jerusalem and issued coins proclaiming the freedom of Jerusalem. Many of those coins have been found in Jerusalem and one was recently discovered in some debris that came from the Temple Mount.

9) Mikvas: Many mikvas (ritual baths) have been found in close proximity to the Temple Mount. They all conform to the strict regulations of Jewish law as detailed in the Talmud. Based on the pottery shards and coins found in and around the mikvas, they clearly date to the Second Temple era. Any Jew who wished to go to the Temple had to be ritually clean, which entailed immersing in a proper mikva. If the Temple Mount had never been the site of a Jewish Temple and if their never was a Jewish presence in Jerusalem, it would be difficult to explain why a number of kosher mikvas would be found next to a mosque.

10) Hasmonean Coins: The story of Chanukah recalls the miracle of the Menorah burning for eight days and the victory of the Maccabees over the Syrian-Greeks. The Maccabees founded a royal dynasty called the House of the Hasmoneans. They ruled from the mid-second century BCE until a few decades before the common era. Hasmonean kings issued coins bearing their names. Thousands of these Jewish coins have been found in and around Jerusalem.

11) Four Gates: Josephus Flavius, who served as a Temple priest, describes four gateways in the Western Wall of the Temple compound (Antiquities, 15:11, para. 5). All four of these gateways have been found and they are exactly as Josephus described them. Traces of all four can be seen today.

12) Menorah Engraving: Shortly after the Old City of Jerusalem was restored to Jewish hands in 1967, archaeological work began. The remains of a mansion were discovered, dating back to the era of the Second Temple. On one of its walls was an engraving of a seven-branched menorah depicting the Temple candelabra exactly as depicted in the Torah. The engraving is presently on display in the Israel Museum.

13) The Israelite Pool:
04_GREAT-CISTERN.jpgAdjacent to the northern wall of the Temple Mount was a great cistern, constructed when Simon the Just (Shimon HaTzaddik) was the high priest, around 320 BCE. It was filled in during the British Mandate due to health concerns. Numerous photographs and drawings of the great cistern exist. For over 2,000 years it was known by its Hebrew name -- the Israelite Pool (Braichot Yisrael).

14) Quote from the Waqf: And now for the clincher. In 1925, the Supreme Muslim Counsel of Religious Affairs of Jerusalem (Waqf) published a small booklet, a guide to the Temple Mount.
On page 4, it reads, “The site is one of the oldest in the world. Its sanctity dates from the earliest times.
Its identity with the site of Solomon’s Temple is beyond dispute
(emphasis added).
This, too, is the spot, according to universal belief, on which David built there an altar unto the Lord.”

The above quote from the Waqf was published around the same time as Adolph Hilter’s Mein Kampf (i.e. the Nazi's Big Lie) was being published. It is no wonder that subsequent editions of this Waqf pamphlet omit the quote.

I must reiterate that the purpose of this article is not to prove anything other than satisfy an intellectual curiosity regarding the historical and archaeological indications of a Jewish, Biblical and medieval presence in the Temple Mount. The real proof is found in the passages contained in the volumes of the Prophets and in the tear-stained pages of the Hebrew prayer book. They contain the history of our Holy City and its glorious Temple. They tell of its heart-rending destruction and of our 2,000-year-long yearning for its rebuilding and for the day of universal peace.

Jerusalem's Population


Monday, November 9th, 2009 at 1:50 PM  | Stand For Israel

There they go again…
Elaborate forgeries...

This time, a senior PLO official and a Palestinian historian are denying that the Jewish people have any historical connection to the land of Israel at all. (The Bible? Apparently, a very well-planned forgery.)

In an interview on official PA television earlier this month, historian Nabil Alqam accused Israel of faking archaeological finds in order to manufacture Jewish history and blot out the “real” history, which he says shows Palestinian culture stretching back 4,000-5,000 years, reported the Jerusalem Post.

In addition to that, according to PLO Executive Committee Member Saleh Rafat, Israelis are also stealing Palestinian ”cuisine, clothing [and] architecture.” Rafat also denied that the holy Temples ever existed, dismissing the huge archaeological remains around Western Wall of the Temple as the remains of old aqueducts.

Denial is apparently also a river in… Palestine.

(The invaluable Palestinian Media Watch produced the report on the program.)

Thursday, November 5th, 2009 at 5:06 PM  | Stand For Israel


**Just as Thutmose III tried to obliterate all evidence of the reign of his stepmother,
co-regent named pharaoh, Hatshepsut,
today’s efforts by Islam to rewrite history to erase any evidence of the ancient Hebrews in their city of Jerusalem has proved just as daunting and unsuccessful.
The Third Reich tried to accomplish that one time but it didn’t work that time either.
Those Egyptians and their darn record keeping, ain’t truth a bitch!

As to the Palestinians’ “Denial” is in fact A River in Egypt!


Thutmose III
(sometimes read as Thutmosis or Tuthmosis III, and meaning Thoth is born) was the sixth Pharaoh of the Eighteenth Dynasty.

Thutmose III ruled Egypt for almost fifty-four years, and his reign is usually dated from April 24, 1479 BC to March 11, 1425 BC;
he created the largest empire Egypt had ever seen; no fewer than seventeen campaigns were conducted, and he conquered from Niya in North Syria to the fourth waterfall of the Nile in Nubia.Widely considered a military genius by historians, Thutmose III made 16 raids in 20 years. He was an active expansionist ruler, sometimes called Egypt's greatest conqueror or "the Napoleon of Egypt."[13] He is recorded to have captured 350 cities during his rule and conquered much of the Near East from the Euphrates to Nubia during seventeen known military campaigns. He was the first Pharaoh after Thutmose I to cross the Euphrates, doing so during his campaign against Mitanni. His campaign records were transcribed onto the walls of the temple of Amun at Karnak, and are now transcribed into Urkunden IV.
He is consistently regarded as one of the greatest of Egypt's warrior pharaohs, who transformed Egypt into an international superpower by creating an empire that stretched from southern Syria through to Canaan and Nubia.

The fact of this incident puts Thutmose III into the 10th century BC, the time of Rehoboam and Jeroboam.

The City List of Thutmose III

In his list of conquered cities the first one is `q-d-s', Kadesh, Jerusalem, the holy city. Then come other names like `m-k-t', Maqtar 9 miles north of Jerusalem; `d-b-h' Tibhath; `t-m-s-q', Damascus; `Itmm', Etam; `Bt Sir', Beth-zur; `Sk', Soccoh; and so on 2.Chronicles 11:5ff. Even though pharaoh Shoshenk also carved a list of locations we can tell that he copied Thutmose in this and none of the names of his list are any locations we can pinpoint today.

Thutmose III encountered no resistance from Rehoboam he did not destroy Jerusalem. Instead he made them pay a yearly tribute to him which he himself sometimes even collected.


Dhimmitude --  What does  it  mean?.......
Obama  used it in the health care bill. 

Now isn't this interesting?........ It is used in the Obama Universal Health Care Law.
-- I had never heard the word until now.  Type it into Google and start reading, pretty interesting. It's on page 107 of the healthcare bill.  I looked this up on Google and yep, it exists..  It is a REAL word.  Word of the Day:  Dhimmitude  

is the Muslim system of controlling non-Muslim populations conquered through jihad. Specifically, it is the TAXING of non-Muslims in exchange for tolerating their presence AND as a coercive means of converting conquered remnants to Islam.

ObamaCare allows the establishment of Dhimmitude and Sharia Muslim diktat in the United States.   Muslims are specifically exempted from the government mandate to purchase insurance, and also from the penalty tax for being uninsured.  Islam considers insurance to be "gambling",  "risk-taking", and "usury" and is thus banned.  Muslims are specifically granted exemption based on this.

How convenient.  So I, as a Christian, will  have crippling IRS liens placed against all of  my assets, including real estate, cattle, and  even accounts receivables, and will face hard  prison time because I refuse to buy insurance or  pay the penalty tax. Meanwhile, Louis Farrakhan will have no such penalty and will have 100% of his health needs paid for by the de facto government insurance.  Non-Muslims will be paying a tax to subsidize Muslims.   

This is Dhimmitude.

1. Health Insurance Exemptions •••
Are various religious groups exempt from requirements to obtain health insurance?

  ...Dhimmitude is the Muslim system of controlling non-Muslim populations conquered through jihad. Specifically, it is the TAXING of non-Muslims in exchange...
  ...The ObamaCare bill is the establishment of Dhimmitude and Sharia Muslim diktat in the United States. Muslims are specifically exempted from the...
  ...religion from health insurance requirements (nor does it use the word "dhimmitude"). The bill contains a general "religious conscience" provision which...
Tue, 17 Jan 2012 12:22:07 GMT!


Hey Beav., wanna go outside and play some ball?
...Nah, I've got a better idea Wally!


There She Stands (American Tribute)!





truthwhencecamefromnorthernskies.jpg SENTRYMAN..truth whence came from northern skies

If Albert said: A little knowledge is a dangerous thing”, etc.,
then a lot of knowledge must mean power and power equals freedom!
Well, at least of the mind if not always of body.

That certainly doesn’t beat continually living comfortably
in the 8th century for the past 1500 years, of course,
but here’s a glimpse below of how different circumstances produced another view of how things work for others.

Others supposedly not as lucky as those without individual freedoms, 
sand and camels and eventually most of the oil,
but just how the world would turn out the way it did for those without such advantages,
and a wee bit more knowledge.

A collective unabridged history lessons

Inventing Damascus Steel, the Muslim ZERO and sliced bread,
BBC: "What The Ancients Did For Us"

OK, here we are at the end of a very long road that started around 610 A.D., and came to an abrupt end this week with a Call-to-Arms,
a declaration; America's days are numbered and Israel will, of course cease to exist.... blah, blah, blah!

And as
Ahmadinejad painted his latest bull's-eye on our latest president's forehead, decrying the latest slings of outrageous fortune for his brethren, our mighty president stepped-up to the gauntlet-thrown without turning the other cheek with Christian humility and stated unequivocally, paraphrased: "Screw-with-us, you're dead!"
Yeah, finally a red______line
drawn in the sand!....

Oops, that was the Israeli Prime Minister, sorry.....

Our president stated equivocally, paraphrased:
"Oh please,
can't we all just get along?
.....We promise to disarm and turn-tail everywhere on the planet, especially from any Muslim countries,
and to order my military to be even more conciliatory, obedient and subservient, like I've been with the Russians.

I promise!.....Sharia Rules, yea!"

Ever see the Movie: "The Mouse That Roared" 1959.....................
I'm just not sure who's playing the mouse in this current farcical production!

Try this for another perspective on how to solve the nation's ills.


Obama SPEAK:
“man-made disasters


Obama SPEAK: “Overseas contingency operations

Plain SPEECH:  

Obama SPEAK: “redistribution”

Plain SPEECH:  felony theft

Obama SPEAK:
I give that movie "critical to Muslims" (2 Thumbs Down)

Plain SPEECH:  our Ambassador wasn't properly protected on 9/11
along with 3 other valiant Americans cut-down while coming to his aid,
to the point of criminal incompetence so he was unnecessarily accessible to 100 attackers;
tortured and killed by professional radical Islamic Muslim al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist

Obama SPEAK:       #1  "Islam has always been part of America"
#9 "That experience guides my conviction that partnership between America and Islam must be based on what Islam is, not what it isn't. And I consider it part of my responsibility as president of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear."

#11 "Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation"

Benedict Arnold TREASON

Doing their part - giving-back - skin-in-the-game; hear that President Obama?

1. Scientists in Israel found that the brackish water, drilled from underground desert aquifers hundreds of feet deep, could be used to raise warm-water fish.

The geothermal water, less than one-tenth as saline as sea water, free of pollutants, and a toasty 98 degrees on average, proves an ideal environment..

2. Israeli-developed designer-eyeglasses, promise mobile phone and iPod users, a personalized, high-tech video display. Available to US consume rs next year,

Lumus-Optical's lightweight and fashionable video eyeglasses, feature a large transparent screen, floating in front of the viewer's face that projects

their choice of movie, TV show, or video game.

3. When Stephen Hawking recently visited Israel,

he shared his wisdom with scientists, students, and even the Prime Minister.

But the world's most renowned victim of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig's disease,

also learned something, due to the Israeli Association for ALS' advanced work in both embryonic and adult stem cell research,

as well as its proven track record with neurodegenerative diseases.

The Israeli research community is well on its way to finding a treatment for this fatal disease, which affects 30,000 Americans.

4. Israeli start -up, Veterix, has developed an innovative new electronic capsule that sits in the stomach of a cow, sheep,

or goat, sending out real-time information on the health of the herd, to the farmer via email or cell phone.

The e-capsule, which also sends out alerts if animals are distressed, injured, or lost,

is now being tested on a herd of cows, in the hopes that the device will lead to tastier and healthier meat and milk supplies.

5. The millions of Skype users worldwide will soon have access to the newly developed KishKish lie-detector.

This free Internet service, based on voice stress analysis (a technique, commonly used in criminal investigations)

will be able to measure just how truthful that person on the other end of the line, really is.

6. Beating cardiac tissue has been created in a la b from human embryonic stem cells by researchers at the Rappaport Medical Faculty and the Technion -

Israeli institute of Technology 's biomedical Engineering facility.

The work of Dr. Shulamit Levenberg and Prof. Lior Gepstein,

has also led to the creation of tiny blood vessels within the tissue, making possible its implantation in a human heart.

7. Israel's Magal Security Systems, is a worldwide leader in computerized security systems, with products used in more than 70 countries around the world,

protecting anything from national borders, to nuclear facilities, refineries, and airports.

The company's latest Product, DreamBox, a state-of-the-art security system that includes Intelligent video,

audio and sensor management, is now being used by a major water authority on the US east coast to safeguard the utility's sites.

8. It is common knowledge that dogs have better night vision than humans and a vastly superior sense of smell and hearing.

Israel’s Bio-Sense Technologies recently delved further and electronically analyzed 350 different barks.

Finding that dogs of all breeds and sizes, bark the same alarm when they sense a threat,

the firm has designed the dog bark-reader, a sensor that can pick up a dog's alarm bark, and alert the human operators.

This is just one of a batch of innovative security systems to emerge from Israel

which Forbes calls 'the go-to country for anti-terrorism technologies.'

9. The Israeli company, BioControl Medical, sold its first electrical stimulator to treat urinary incontinence to a US company for $50 Million.

Now, it is working on CardioFit, which uses electrical nerve stimulation to treat congestive heart failure.

With nearly five million Americans presently affected by heart failure,

and more than 400,000 new cases diagnosed yearly,

the CardioFit is already generating a great deal of excitement as the first device with the potential to halt this deadly disease.

10. One year after Norway's Socialist Left Party launched its Boycott Israel campaign,

the importing of Israeli goods has increased by 15%, the strongest increase in many years, Statistics Norway reports.

In contrast to the efforts of this tiny isolated country, Israel,

to make contributions to the world so as to better mankind,

one has to ask:
what have those particular individuals who strive to eliminate this lone beacon of democracy in the wilderness,

Israel, from the face of the earth done
for their fellow humans across the planet,

for those of differing faiths

or for their own brethren for that matter,

besides inventing greater weapons of death and helping smuggle them around the world?

For what, for whom, GOD?.... Certainly not....

For themselves!


Explore the Dead Sea Scrolls in the Leon Levy Archives

Alfred Rosenberg Diary Found:
U.S. Finds Long-Lost Documents Of Top Nazi Leader And Hitler Aide

| Posted: 06/09/2013 6:00 pm EDT
It also includes details about the German occupation of the Soviet Union,

including plans for mass killings of Jews and other Eastern Europeans.

"The documentation is of considerable importance for the study of the Nazi era,

including the history of the Holocaust,"

according to the assessment,

prepared by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington.

Rosenberg was an early and powerful Nazi ideologue, particularly on racial issues.

He directed the Nazi party's foreign affairs department and edited the Nazi newspaper.

Several of his memos to Hitler

were cited as evidence during the post-war Nuremberg trials.

Rosenberg also directed the systematic Nazi looting of Jewish art,

cultural and religious property throughout Europe.

The Nazi unit created to seize such artifacts was called

Task Force Reichsleiter Rosenberg.

He was convicted of crimes against humanity

and was one of a dozen senior Nazi officials executed in October 1946.

His diary, once held by Nuremberg prosecutors as evidence, vanished after the trial.




what Jack Polak thought while struggling for survival in a Nazi concentration camp


Archaeologists find hidden gas chamber in concentration camp

Archeologists in Poland uncovered a hidden Nazi gas chamber from World War II.

The chamber was part of the Sobibor concentration camp - which was closed down after an uprising by people being detained there in 1943.

It was located in a small village of eastern Poland because of its general isolation and proximity to a railroad.

German forces tried to hide all traces of the camp after...covering it with an asphalt road. At least 250,000 Jews were killed in the gas chambers. Only 48 prisoners survived the war.

Hmmm, where'd I hear that before?

By Times of Israel staff and AFP July 18, 2015, 4:37 pm
Iran’s Khamenei hails his people for demanding death to America and Israel


Aug. 05, 2015 - 6:10 -
President pushes support for nuclear agreement

Krauthammer slams Obama's divisive rhetoric on Iran

October 1, 2015
Netanyahu addresses UN General Assembly (FULL SPEECH)

The Hidden Holocaust
October 4, 2015, 8:05 PM|
A priest is determined to find forgotten victims of the Holocaust
whose bodies lie in unmarked mass graves in the former USSR





History of the Knights Templar and Friday the 13th, 1307,

meets Paris, France, Friday the 13th, 2015. 


Commander in Chief, but of which side?


It begins......

it continues...

will it ever end.....or head in a new direction??........

conference.jpgGood guys vs bad guys,
cowboys and indians, cops & robbers,
Jeddi Knight or Turned to the Dark Side;

7 year olds were never meant to play these games for REAL! ....Thank you United Nations for "nothing"!

Thank God for the United States of America,
but where are you now???......Ask B. Hussein!

"Allahu Akbar"

The Hunt Begins: Season 1 - Parts 1 and 2
Hunting Hitler:
Season 1: Part 3 soon, 
(Escape From Berlin)
Hunting Hitler: Part 4 coming soon - History Channel


Strange Inheritance: David Friedmann - Holocaust diary

Dec. 01, 2015 - 1:19 - The daughter of a billboard painter and Holocaust survivor is handed a secret diary when he dies.
Its stunning revelations spur her search for his Nazi-looted art.


Parables for the day;
Chicken or the Egg 

or a Horse of a different Color?

The question:

Had the Jews not "compiled" the Old Testament,
authorship's aside, would there ever have been
a New Testament, or a Koran?

Or, would we "all be back in-time" 1000 or 2000 years,
a millennium or two before any Renaissance conceivable,
....we certainly wouldn't be here today, 
but most assuredly so
 we'd still be fighting the same old senseless arguments!
So much for the advancement of civilization!!



FACEBOOK…Everi Mann...11:33 PM ... 5/16/2017

Many FOX NEWS viewers are beginning to see a pattern and voice that it is getting less than Fair & Balanced?

 Progress and Progressivism creeping into the last bastion of honest journalism?.....

Well, at least it's still the only place you can see & hear from some good guys and gals
before they finally ax Hannity!....

Life’s a crap-shoot!.....Consider where and when you’re born,
it can always be worse!


GOD BLESS.....KEEP YOUR POWDER DRY..... .......................................................................................................................................... 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