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The jews and arabs should leave this planet and duke it out elsewhere... mars maybe
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The problem with you and people like you, is that you don't have a clue. These victimized Palestinians, who happen to live in their own lands, cannot be equated with their Jew oppressors, and that's exactly what you're doing. The whole Mid-East conflict can be traced back to Israel's violent expulsion of 800,000 Palestinians from their own land in 1948 into concentration camps, forbidding them to return. That's a 64 year reign of terror perpetrated by satanist Jews, the very same satanic Jews that want to exterminate us.

We are so fat and happy that we have forgotten that it's been less than 100 years since the barbaric events of the Bolshevik Revolution took place. For those ill informed, the Bolsheviks were Jews. The same barbarity is being carried out today by these same satanic Jews in Gaza. We are next on the agenda.

I suggest you idiots at least show some compassion and imagine what it's like to be imprisoned in the largest concentration camp in the world, Gaza, where the Jew gatekeepers regulate what little food, medical supplies, fuel for generators, and other basic needs permitted into the concentration camp. To be sure, only one tenth of what is needed for basic subsistance is allowed in by the criminal Israeli filth.

How would you like it if at 2:00 o'clock in the morning while sleeping with your family, a bulldozer came and destroyed your home? This is what Palestinians face in the West bank day in and day out. Or how would you like to wait for hours on end at an Israeli Army check point to go from one part of your country to the next. This is what Palestinians have to put up with day in and day out. Words fail to describe how vile Jews are. They are truly the plague among the peoples of the Earth.

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Israeli F16s in the air, lets hope its not a new air strike round 4
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Are today's Jews in Israel the same Israelites from the bible? Honest question, trying to understand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38931689
They aren't the same. The real "Israelites" the lost ten tribes who were from the original "Kingdom of Israel" who were deported never to return. When Jesus came in the flesh he said he came to save those who were lost - the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

Then Jesus said to the woman, "I was sent only to help God's lost sheep--the people of Israel."
Matthew 15:24

The Jews weren't lost - they were in the land when Jesus walked it......the lost sheep of the House of Israel were scattered abroad all through Europe at that time - where were the apsostles sent to???

“These twelve Jesus sent forth, and COMMANDED them, saying, Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not: but go rather to the LOST sheep of the house of Israel.” Jesus knew where the lost sheep were......

Jesus “came to his own” - the House of Judah, the Jews - “and his own received him not” - (John 1:11). Jesus was of the lineage of David, of the House of Judah. When His own people - the Jews - rejected Him, He did not turn to the Gentiles. It was Paul who did. Instead, Jesus said to the Gentile woman:

“I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the House of Israel” - (Matthew 15:24).

The Jews in Israel today are not Israelites.
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The jews and arabs should leave this planet and duke it out elsewhere... mars maybe
 Quoting: Albanian 12582427


The problem with you and people like you, is that you don't have a clue. These victimized Palestinians, who happen to live in their own lands, cannot be equated with their Jew oppressors, and that's exactly what you're doing. The whole Mid-East conflict can be traced back to Israel's violent expulsion of 800,000 Palestinians from their own land in 1948 into concentration camps, forbidding them to return. That's a 64 year reign of terror perpetrated by satanist Jews, the very same satanic Jews that want to exterminate us.

We are so fat and happy that we have forgotten that it's been less than 100 years since the barbaric events of the Bolshevik Revolution took place. For those ill informed, the Bolsheviks were Jews. The same barbarity is being carried out today by these same satanic Jews in Gaza. We are next on the agenda.

I suggest you idiots at least show some compassion and imagine what it's like to be imprisoned in the largest concentration camp in the world, Gaza, where the Jew gatekeepers regulate what little food, medical supplies, fuel for generators, and other basic needs permitted into the concentration camp. To be sure, only one tenth of what is needed for basic subsistance is allowed in by the criminal Israeli filth.

How would you like it if at 2:00 o'clock in the morning while sleeping with your family, a bulldozer came and destroyed your home? This is what Palestinians face in the West bank day in and day out. Or how would you like to wait for hours on end at an Israeli Army check point to go from one part of your country to the next. This is what Palestinians have to put up with day in and day out. Words fail to describe how vile Jews are. They are truly the plague among the peoples of the Earth.

 Quoting: Ketchup.


If I had a missile room in my house with a ceiling that opened up to let the missiles fly out of my house, with the hope that some innocent children in Israel will get blown up. THEN I WOULD DESERVE TO HAVE MY HOUSE BULLDOZED DOWN!
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Are today's Jews in Israel the same Israelites from the bible? Honest question, trying to understand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38931689
They aren't the same. The real "Israelites" the lost ten tribes who were from the original "Kingdom of Israel" who were deported never to return. When Jesus came in the flesh he said he came to save those who were lost - the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

Then Jesus said to the woman, "I was sent only to help God's lost sheep--the people of Israel."
Matthew 15:24

The Jews weren't lost - they were in the land when Jesus walked it......the lost sheep of the House of Israel were scattered abroad all through Europe at that time - where were the apsostles sent to???

“These twelve Jesus sent forth, and COMMANDED them, saying, Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not: but go rather to the LOST sheep of the house of Israel.” Jesus knew where the lost sheep were......

Jesus “came to his own” - the House of Judah, the Jews - “and his own received him not” - (John 1:11). Jesus was of the lineage of David, of the House of Judah. When His own people - the Jews - rejected Him, He did not turn to the Gentiles. It was Paul who did. Instead, Jesus said to the Gentile woman:

“I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the House of Israel” - (Matthew 15:24).

The Jews in Israel today are not Israelites.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11343030


another view:

the Israelites were last exiled en masse from the land of Israel after the destruction of the second temple in 70 CE. some remained, most migrated to europe and north africa, yet kept their dream of returning alive for 2000 years through prayer, study, and observance. in the nineteenth century, an austrian jew had the idea of combating anti-semitism by petitioning the nations of the world to re-establish the jewish homeland in israel. most orthodox jews opposed this idea, seeing its origins in secular nationalism and not in the patient awaiting of the fulfillment of G-d's promises through divine providence alone. some changed their view after the jewish state was established, seeing it as the fulfillment of the biblical promise. there is no consensus today on this matter among the orthodox jewish community.
according to some views, the leadership of the jewish world today are corrupted by the "mixed multitudes", infiltrators of the jewish people who rise to power and abuse the loyalties of the community. the messiah will bring the jewish people back into alignment with the spark they carry through prayer, study and observance, bring back the leadership of the house of david, and restore jewish sovereignty according to G-d's laws, with the approval and invitation of the nations of the world.

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Isreal is located roughly on the site of the ancient kingdoms of Israel and Judah. It is the birthplace of the Hebrew language spoken in Israel and of the Abrahamic religions, first as Judaism and later of Christianity.

I'm thinking this is why the brits gave this to them... it is their most logical "home" on the planet.
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Judea, home of the Jews in ancient times, was conquered by the Romans and renamed Palestine.

Palestine was later conquered and inhabited by Arabs for over a thousand years.

The Zionist movement arose to restore the Jews to Israel, largely ignoring the existing Arab population.

Following the Balfour Declaration in 1917, Palestine was granted to Britain as a League of Nations mandate to build a national home for the Jewish people.

The Arabs resented the Jews coming in to take their land. Led by Grand Mufti Hajj Amin El Husseini, they rioted repeatedly and later revolted, creating a history of enmity between Jews and Arabs in Palestine.

In 1947, the UN partitioned the land into Arab and Jewish states. The Arabs did not accept the partition and war broke out. The Jews won a decisive victory, expanded their state and created several hundred thousand Palestinian refugees.

The Arab states refused to recognize Israel or make peace with it. Wars broke out in 1956, 1967, 1973 and 1982, and there were many terror raids and Israeli reprisals.

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The Main Elements...

Judea was over-run by Roman Empire and renamed Palestine.

Arabs over-ran Judea/Palestine after collapse of the Roman Empire.

In 1917 Rothschilds used their Darwinian Selected Stooges, and Psychopaths in Western Europe to issue a "Declaration" from Britain ordering the existing Roman/Arab/Jews to VACATE.

Balfour...
At a War Cabinet meeting, held on 31 October 1917, Balfour suggested that a declaration favorable to Zionist aspirations would allow Great Britain "to carry on extremely useful propaganda both in Russia and America"
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Are today's Jews in Israel the same Israelites from the bible? Honest question, trying to understand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38931689
They aren't the same. The real "Israelites" the lost ten tribes who were from the original "Kingdom of Israel" who were deported never to return. When Jesus came in the flesh he said he came to save those who were lost - the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

Then Jesus said to the woman, "I was sent only to help God's lost sheep--the people of Israel."
Matthew 15:24

The Jews weren't lost - they were in the land when Jesus walked it......the lost sheep of the House of Israel were scattered abroad all through Europe at that time - where were the apsostles sent to???

“These twelve Jesus sent forth, and COMMANDED them, saying, Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not: but go rather to the LOST sheep of the house of Israel.” Jesus knew where the lost sheep were......

Jesus “came to his own” - the House of Judah, the Jews - “and his own received him not” - (John 1:11). Jesus was of the lineage of David, of the House of Judah. When His own people - the Jews - rejected Him, He did not turn to the Gentiles. It was Paul who did. Instead, Jesus said to the Gentile woman:

“I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the House of Israel” - (Matthew 15:24).

The Jews in Israel today are not Israelites.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11343030


another view:

the Israelites were last exiled en masse from the land of Israel after the destruction of the second temple in 70 CE. some remained, most migrated to europe and north africa, yet kept their dream of returning alive for 2000 years through prayer, study, and observance. in the nineteenth century, an austrian jew had the idea of combating anti-semitism by petitioning the nations of the world to re-establish the jewish homeland in israel. most orthodox jews opposed this idea, seeing its origins in secular nationalism and not in the patient awaiting of the fulfillment of G-d's promises through divine providence alone. some changed their view after the jewish state was established, seeing it as the fulfillment of the biblical promise. there is no consensus today on this matter among the orthodox jewish community.
according to some views, the leadership of the jewish world today are corrupted by the "mixed multitudes", infiltrators of the jewish people who rise to power and abuse the loyalties of the community. the messiah will bring the jewish people back into alignment with the spark they carry through prayer, study and observance, bring back the leadership of the house of david, and restore jewish sovereignty according to G-d's laws, with the approval and invitation of the nations of the world.

angel3
 Quoting: rachel3108

You are wrong - the Israelites were taken into captivity in 722 BCE by the Asssyrians. There were no more Israelites in the land when the temple was destroyed in 70 AD. It was only the Jews who were exiled this time around and also scattered among the nations.

This verse should make you think if you are capable of it as so many Christians today are blinded by Satan:

James 1 vs 1:
1 James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, To the twelve tribes scattered among the nations: Greetings.

The above was written by James to the JEWS....and notice how James addressed those who were supposedly lost? The apostles knew where the lost sheep of Israel were at the time as did the Jews.

Do not equate the Jews of today with those from the Kingdom of Israel as they are not the same people.
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Are today's Jews in Israel the same Israelites from the bible? Honest question, trying to understand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38931689
They aren't the same. The real "Israelites" the lost ten tribes who were from the original "Kingdom of Israel" who were deported never to return. When Jesus came in the flesh he said he came to save those who were lost - the lost sheep of the house of Israel.

Then Jesus said to the woman, "I was sent only to help God's lost sheep--the people of Israel."
Matthew 15:24

The Jews weren't lost - they were in the land when Jesus walked it......the lost sheep of the House of Israel were scattered abroad all through Europe at that time - where were the apsostles sent to???

“These twelve Jesus sent forth, and COMMANDED them, saying, Go not into the way of the Gentiles, and into any city of the Samaritans enter ye not: but go rather to the LOST sheep of the house of Israel.” Jesus knew where the lost sheep were......

Jesus “came to his own” - the House of Judah, the Jews - “and his own received him not” - (John 1:11). Jesus was of the lineage of David, of the House of Judah. When His own people - the Jews - rejected Him, He did not turn to the Gentiles. It was Paul who did. Instead, Jesus said to the Gentile woman:

“I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the House of Israel” - (Matthew 15:24).

The Jews in Israel today are not Israelites.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11343030


another view:

the Israelites were last exiled en masse from the land of Israel after the destruction of the second temple in 70 CE. some remained, most migrated to europe and north africa, yet kept their dream of returning alive for 2000 years through prayer, study, and observance. in the nineteenth century, an austrian jew had the idea of combating anti-semitism by petitioning the nations of the world to re-establish the jewish homeland in israel. most orthodox jews opposed this idea, seeing its origins in secular nationalism and not in the patient awaiting of the fulfillment of G-d's promises through divine providence alone. some changed their view after the jewish state was established, seeing it as the fulfillment of the biblical promise. there is no consensus today on this matter among the orthodox jewish community.
according to some views, the leadership of the jewish world today are corrupted by the "mixed multitudes", infiltrators of the jewish people who rise to power and abuse the loyalties of the community. the messiah will bring the jewish people back into alignment with the spark they carry through prayer, study and observance, bring back the leadership of the house of david, and restore jewish sovereignty according to G-d's laws, with the approval and invitation of the nations of the world.

angel3
 Quoting: rachel3108

You are wrong - the Israelites were taken into captivity in 722 BCE by the Asssyrians. There were no more Israelites in the land when the temple was destroyed in 70 AD. It was only the Jews who were exiled this time around and also scattered among the nations.

This verse should make you think if you are capable of it as so many Christians today are blinded by Satan:

James 1 vs 1:
1 James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, To the twelve tribes scattered among the nations: Greetings.

The above was written by James to the JEWS....and notice how James addressed those who were supposedly lost? The apostles knew where the lost sheep of Israel were at the time as did the Jews.

Do not equate the Jews of today with those from the Kingdom of Israel as they are not the same people.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 11343030


539 BCE Cyrus the Great (Cyrus II, ruled c.550-530 BCE) conquers Babylon
538 BCE "Declaration of Cyrus" allowing Jews to return to Jerusalem
530 BCE Cambyses II (ruled 530-522 BCE) succeeds Cyrus
525 BCE Cambyses conquers Egypt
522 BCE Darius I (ruled 522-486 BCE) succeeds Cambyses
521 BCE Negotiations in Babylon between Darius and the exiled Jews
520 BCE[2] Return to Jerusalem of Zerubbabel as governor of Yehud and Joshua as High Priest
520-515 BCE[2] Rebuilding of the Temple (Second Temple)
458? BCE Arrival in Jerusalem of Ezra (7th year of the reign of Artaxerxes I, king 465-424 BCE)
445/444 BCE Arrival in Jerusalem of Nehemiah (20th year of the reign of Artaxerxes I)
397? BCE
(possible) Arrival in Jerusalem of Ezra (7th year of the reign of Artaxerxes II, king 404-358 BCE)
333/332 BCE Alexander the Great conquers the Mediterranean provinces of Persian Empire - beginning of Hellenistic age
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

- Maccabean Revolt 164 BC
- Dynasty established 140 BC
- Full independence 110 BC
- Pompey captures Judea for Rome 63 BC
- Parthian invasion 40 BC
- Herod overthrows the Hasmoneans 37 BC
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Roman period, Bar Kochba revolt
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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Are today's Jews in Israel the same Israelites from the bible? Honest question, trying to understand.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 38931689


They are not. For starters, they were never a race - *anyone* willing to observe the laws of Moses and participate in the rituals was welcome to be an Israelite. Scripturally speaking, it was a fine line to walk, as there were quite a number of disqualifiers. . .

[link to www.blueletterbible.org]

In the new testament, we're told "He is not a Jew who is one outwardly by circumcision, but only inwardly by the circumcision of the heart". It was always a matter of faith, and never of heritage.

Loyalty to the King of the Jews is what makes one a Jew. As with any status or label, you don't get the privileges unless you meet the proper criteria.
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That is the stupidest logic, humankind has been 'stealing' land from each other since the beginning. I suppose it'll be okay then if the native americans rise up and shit all over the america's in a campaign to take their land back?
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I agree and actually the oldest human remains found in both U.S. & Mexico have been Caucasians from Northern Europe. So I guess the Caucasians in U.S. already took their land back. But who knows - maybe even older remains will be found in U.S. that are Chinese, Russian or African. So then what? Where does it stop?

There is some wisdom to the old saying, "Possession is nine tenths of the law" and this world would be a different place if nations adhered to that and just started over honouring that. But there is too much greed in human nature for it ever to be different. I wish I could be more optimistic. And as always it is the children that suffer and that is the greatest shame of it all.
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Israel struck targets in the Gaza Strip early Sunday morning, following rocket fire on the Sdot Negev region on Saturday night.

The IDF said that it has no intention of letting the situation return to what it was before Operation Pillar of Defense in November last year.


Link
[link to www.haaretz.com]
 Quoting: The Tauremini


Translation:

We have no intention to return the land we illegally took last November, because of national security concerns.
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Lol....illegally. That's rich.
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Prime example of an israeli shill.

The Gazan people have no human rights because of.. race?

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