الجمعة، 2 سبتمبر، 2011

the truh of ISRAEL

the truh of ISRAEL
Chabad “at home” in The White House
The Zionist-controlled media is heaving with anti-Islam, anti-Shari’a propaganda and incitement for racial and religious hatred. A permanent bombardment of accusations, lies and forged evidence deviously presents Islamic Shari’a as a set of rigid and cruel laws, and Islam altogether as a backwards primitive system that aims to impose itself over the entire world.

At a time of economic and social hardship, mass-opinion often swings to xenophobia. Subversive incitement to racial and religious hatred threatens social cohesion, as the vulnerable masses gradually adopt hatred and violence. Thus, instead of solving problems inherent to our time, hatred against Islam and Muslims is incited to deflect from those guilty of causing hardship.

Their “war of ideas” presented as “information” couldn’t be further from truth, as every person with slightest exposure to or knowledge of Islam knows.

Sharia’a is the Arabic word for “the road to the watering place” In a religious context, it means “the righteous path”.

Shari’a is not a set of Laws, but rather a Set of Principles with JUSTICE at its heart and foremost aim.

These are, the six principles of shariah:

1. The right to the protection of life.

2. The right to the protection of family.

3. The right to the protection of education.

4. The right to the protection of religion.

5. The right to the protection of property (access to resources).

6. The right to the protection of human dignity.

With the establishment of communities with people of Islamic faith, political entities were formed, and like everywhere else in the world, a body of Civil Laws was set, with regional and local differences. These laws are derived from the predominant moral principles carried and defined in different locations and places where Muslims live. While fleshed with human understanding and interpretation, the backbone of these Laws are sourced in major Islamic books and references, in the Qur’an, in the documented saying of Muhammed known as Hadith, and then the works of Muslim scholars past and present to allow adaptation and evolution. In essence, it the same influence of initial religious moral principles found in any legal codex anywhere in the world.

No, Shari’a is NOT carved on stone or set in cement. No, Shari’a by its own definition can NOT be enforced on anyone nor can following its principles be enforced on any one, let alone on non-Muslims. Just like choosing to follow Islam can only be acknowledged and recognised when done under absolute free-will, so is following the Islamic moral principles i.e. Shari’a.

Even kindergarten children know that the Qura’nic principle “No compulsion in religion” (Qur’an 2:256) can not be compromised under any circumstances, because this principle of “no compulsion in religion” is fundamental to the whole Islamic philosophy.

We are insistently bombarded with the zionist hateful incitement against Islam and while we impotently watch the barbarity of their wars setting our world ablaze whilst claiming to be the “the most civilised”  “nation” and “the only democracy” in the Middle East, the liberal freedom-loving “nation” marching at the forefront of the “heroic war” against “Islamic terror” and leading the world to prosperity, stability and peace!

Nevertheless, these hasbaric mouthpieces are utterly mute with regards to the chillingly racist and supremacist nature of “Jewish Law” known as Halacha. You would never in the wildest dreams see a programme or an article in the Main Stream Media that attempts to bring to light some accurate information about Halacha, let alone criticize it or put under scrutiny.

In the light of what had happened to Palestine and Palestinians over the past decades, and in the light of the accumulating evidence that exposes some very dark ideology that thrives amongst some Jewish communities, examining and scrutinizing what is known as Halacha (Jewish Law) is a must if we are to come close to understanding the Talmudists, their mentality, their morality and their behaviour as they continue to strangle Palestine while indulging in perpetual WARS of GENOCIDE. But more importantly, studying the Halacha will open the eyes to that which is worse, their FUTURE PLANS for the world which terrifyingly includes waging WARS of EXTERMINATION.

Furthermore, it’s vitally important to study Halacha carefully because of the fact that the proposed Laws for the Gentiles i.e the “Seven Laws of Noah” are already being integrated in the laws of many countries, including USA, Japan and many others with the full blessing of the highest legislative bodies of these countries:

The Seven Laws of Noah were recognized by the United States Congress in the preamble to the 1991 bill that established Education Day in honor of the birthday of Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, the leader of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement.

It is important to notice that while some of these Noahide Laws sound benign and innocuous at the surface, they also have far more sinister implications. In particular, as adopted the establishment of Jewish Courts to enforce these Jewish Laws over non-Jewish citizens, is mandatory. Even more alarming, are the rigid and cruel “sentences” these racist, supremacist Talmudists are dreaming to pronounce against any transgressor.

With our jaws dropped and mouths wide open we can watch Ambassadors sign a proclamation to observe Seven Noahide Laws  and with our eyes rolling we can also discover the deep links and the intimate relationship between “Israel and the supremacist Chabad Lubavitch
 
For how long are we supposed to keep dancing around the elephant in the room while we turn our heads away pointing the finger at the “Islamist” bogeyman, pretending not to see,  pretending not to know, pretending that looking or even glancing at the elephant is an irrelevant distraction, or hateful anti-Semitism !!

Furthermore, for how long are we going to tolerate the hate, racism, supremacy and calls for subjugation and/ or extermination of the non-Jews by some Jewish books, some Jewish Laws and some Jewish fanatics,  who have actually already secured themselves in extremely high positions of control and influence in the world of the gentiles


Now, I would like to invite you to a “Taster” of the Halacha, please stay seated, take a deep breath, fasten your seat belts and hold onto the arms of your chair.

I reaffirm again, that these are NOT the “protocols”, neither are they “forgery”:

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THE LAWS OF KINGS AND THEIR WARS

6) The obligation to destroy the  seven nations  living in the Land of  Canaan;

7) The prohibition  against allowing any one of  them to remain alive;

8) The obligation to destroy the descendents  of Amalek;

9) The obligation to remember what Amalek did;

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 1, Halacha 1

Israel was commanded to fulfill three mitzvot  upon entering the Promised Land:

a) To choose a king, as Deuteronomy 17:15 states:  ‘Appoint a king  over yourselves;’

b) To wipe out the descendents of Amalek,  as Deuteronomy 25:19 states:  ‘Erase the memory of Amalek;’

c) To build God’s Chosen House, as Deuteronomy 12:5 states: ‘Seek out  His Presence and go there.’

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 1, Halacha 2:

“Amalek’s seed  should be annihilated before the construction of the  Temple”

“A king should not be appointed from converts to Judaism,  ‘You may   not appoint a foreigner who is not one of your brethren.’”

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 1, Halacha 4

“This does not apply to the monarchy alone, but to all positions of  authority within Israel. A convert may  not serve as an army commander, a  leader of fifty, or as a leader of ten. He may not even supervise the  allocation of water from a stream to various fields.’Appoint a king  over  you from among your brethren.’ This implies that all appointments must  only be ‘from your brethren.’”

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 1, Halacha 5:

We may not appoint a woman as king.  When describing the monarchy, the  Torah employs the male form of the word  king and not the female.

This principle also applies to all other positions of authority  within Israel. Only men should  be appointed to fill them.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 1, Halacha  6

Neither a butcher, barber, bath-attendant, nor a tanner should be  appointed king or High-Priest. This is not because of an inherent fault,  but because their professions are less prestigious, and the people will  always treat them lightly.

A person who has served in one of these professions for even one day,  is disqualified for the monarchy.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 3, Halacha 2

‘He (the king) should not amass many wives’ Deuteronomy 17:17. The  Oral  Tradition states that he may take no  more than eighteen wives.
Mishneh Torah, Chapter 3, Halacha  8

Anyone who rebels against a king of  Israel may be executed by the  king.

Even if the king orders one of the people to go to a particular place  and the latter refuses, or he orders him not to leave his house and he  goes out, the offender is liable to be put to death. The king may  execute him if he desires, as Joshua 1:18 states: ‘Whoever  rebels  against your command … shall be put to death.”

Similarly, anyone who embarrasses or shames the king may be executed  by the king as was Shim’i ben Gera.

The king may only execute people by decapitation. He may also  imprison offenders and have them beaten with rods to protect his honor.  However, he may not confiscate property. If he does, it is considered  theft.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 3, Halacha 10

He  (the king) may execute many on one day, hang them, and  leave them hanging for  many days in order to cast fear into the heartsand destroy the  power of  the wicked of the earth.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 4, Halacha 9

The property of all those executed by the king, belongs to the king.  Similarly, all the treasures belonging to the kings of the kingdoms  which he conquers become the property of the king.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 5, Halacha  1

A king should not wage other wars before a milchemet mitzvah.  What is considered as milchemet  mitzvah? The war against the seven nations who occupied Eretz Yisrael,  the war against Amalek,  and a war fought to assist Israel from an enemy which  attacks them.

Afterwards, he may wage a milchemet hareshut, (war of  aggression) i.e. a war  fought with other nations in order to  expand the borders of  Israel or  magnify its greatness and  reputation.

[  Beautiful, isn't it !!!!! ]

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 5, Halacha 3

The king may burst through the fences surrounding fields or  vineyards  to make a road and no one can take issue with him.

There is no limit to the road the king may make. Rather, it may be as  wide as necessary. He need not make his road crooked because of an  individual’s vineyard or field. Rather, he may proceed on a straight  path and carry out his war.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 5, Halacha  4

It is a positive commandment to annihilate the seven  nations who  dwelled in Eretz Yisrael as Deuteronomy 20:17  states: ‘You shall utterly destroy them.’

Anyone who chances upon one of them and does not kill him violates a  negative commandment as ibid.:16 states: ‘Do not allow a soul to  live.’ The memory of them has already been obliterated.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 5, Halacha  5

Similarly, it is a positive commandment to destroy the memory of  Amalek, as Deuteronomy 25:19 states: ‘Obliterate the memory of Amalek.

It is also a positive commandment to constantly remember their evil  deeds and their ambush of Israel to arouse our hatred of them, as ibid.:17  states: ‘Remember what Amalek did to you.’ The Oral Tradition teaches:  …Remember’ – with your mouths; …Do not forget’ – in your hearts.’  For it is forbidden to forget our hatred and enmity for them.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 5, Halacha  6

All the lands which Israel conquers in wars led by a king and  approved by the court are considered as conquered by the people at  large. Thus, they have the same status as Eretz Yisrael which  was  conquered by Joshua in every regard. This only applies  if they were conquered after the conquest of Eretz Yisrael as  described in the Torah.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 5, Halacha  9

It is forbidden to leave Eretz Yisrael for the Diaspora at all  times except:

to study Torah;

to marry; or

to save one’s property from the gentiles.

[  and here, look how kind, graceful, and peace-loving they are, the kind  of peace that they offer Palestinians, day-in and day-out ]

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 6, Halacha 1

War, neither a milchemet hareshut or a milchemet mitzvah,  should not be waged against  anyone until they are offered the opportunity of peace as Deuteronomy  20:10 states: ‘When you  approach a city to wage war against it, you should propose a peaceful  settlement.’

If the enemy accepts the offer of peace and commits itself  to the  fulfillment of the seven mitzvot that were commanded to  Noah’s descendents, none of them should be  killed. Rather, they should be subjugated as ibid.:11 states:  ‘They shall be your  subjects and serve  you.’

If they agree to tribute, but do not accept subjugation or if  they accept subjugation, but do not agree to tribute, their offer should  not  be heeded. They must accept both.

The subjugation  they must accept consists of being on a lower  level,  scorned and humble. They must never raise their heads against Israel,  but must remain subjugated  under  their rule. They may never be appointed over a Jew in any matter  whatsoever.

The tribute they must accept consists of being prepared to support   the king’s service with their money and with their persons; for  example,  the building of walls, strengthening the fortresses, building  the  king’s palace, and the like as I Kings 9:15-22) relates: “This is the  tribute which Solomon raised to build the House of God,  his own palace, the Milo, the wall of Jerusalem,… and all  the store-cities  which Solomon had… All the people that remained from the Amorites…  upon them did Solomon lay a tribute of bondservice until this day.”

In contrast, Solomon did not make bondsmen out of the children of  Israel. They were men of war, his personal servants, his princes, his  captains, the officers of his chariots, and his horsemen.
 
Mishneh Torah, Chapter 6, Halacha  4

If they do not agree to a peaceful settlement, or if they agree  to a  peaceful settlement, but refuse to accept the seven mitzvot, war  should  be waged against them.

All males past  majority should be killed. Their money and their children should be taken as spoil, but neither women or children should  be killed, as Deuteronomy 20:14 states: ‘But the women and the  children… take as spoil.” ‘The children’ refer to males below the age  of majority.

The above applies to a milchemet hareshut fought with other  nations. However, if either the seven nations or Amalek   refuse to accept a peaceful  settlement, not one  soul of them may be left alive as ibid.  20:15-16 states: ‘Do this to all the cities that … are not the cities  of these nations. However, from the cities of these nations,… do not  leave a soul alive.’ Similarly, in regard to Amalek,  Deuteronomy 25:19  states: ‘Obliterate the memory of Amalek.’

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 6, Halacha  7

When a siege  is placed around a city to conquer it, it should not be  surrounded on all four sides, only on three. A place should be  left for  the inhabitants to flee and for all those who desire, to escape  with  their lives, as it is written Numbers 31:7: ‘And they besieged Midian  as God commanded Moses.’ According to tradition, He  commanded them to array the siege as described.

[[[ Goodness  me, does that not remind us, Palestinians of what they did in 1948 and  1967!!]

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 6, Halacha  11

We should lay siege  to the gentiles’  cities at least three days  before the Sabbath. We may engage in battle with them  every day, even on the Sabbath, as Deuteronomy 20:20 states: ‘against  the city waging war with you until you subjugate it.’ Our Sages explain:  this implies ‘even on the Sabbath.’ This applies to both a milchemet  mitzvah and a milchemet hareshut.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 8, Halacha 2

Similarly, a soldier may engage in  sexual relations with a woman  while she is still a gentile if his natural inclination overcomes  him.  However, he may not engage in sexual relations with her and then, go on  his way. Rather, he must bring her into his home as Deuteronomy 21:11  states ‘If you see a beautiful  woman among the prisoners…You  shall  bring her into the midst of  your home…’

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 8, Halacha 3

Relations with a yefat toar are only permitted while  she is in  captivity as the verse states ‘ If you see… among the prisoners.’

This license is permitted whether the woman is a virgin or  not, even  if she is married, for the gentiles’ marriages are not recognized.

A number of laws are derived from the exegesis of the verse from  Deuteronomy quoted above:

‘And you desire’ – even though she is not beautiful.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 8, Halacha 10

By the same regard,  Moses was commanded by the Almighty to compel all the inhabitants  of the world to accept the commandments given to  Noah’s  descendants.

If one does  not accept these commands, he should be executed. A  person who formally accepts these commands is called a resident alien.  This applies in any place. This acceptance must be made in the presence  of three Torah scholars.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 9, Halacha 2

A gentile who worships false gods is liable provided he worships them  in an accepted manner.

A gentile is executed for every type of foreign worship which a   Jewish court would  consider worthy of capital punishment. However, a  gentile is not executed for a type of foreign worship which a Jewish  court would not deem worthy of capital punishment. Nevertheless, even  though a gentile will not be executed for these forms of worship, he is  forbidden to engage in all of them.

We should not allow  them to erect a monument, or to plant an Asherah,  or to make images and the like even though  they are only for the sake  of beauty

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 9, Halacha 3

A  gentile who  curses God’s Name, whether he uses God’s unique name or  one of His other names, in any language, is liable. This law does not apply with regard to Jews.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 9, Halacha 4

A gentile who slays any soul, even  a fetus in its mother’s womb,  should be executed in retribution for its death. Similarly, if he slew a  person who would have otherwise died in the near future, placed a  person before a lion, or starved a person to death, he should be executed for through one manner or other, he killed.

Similarly, one should be executed if he killed a pursuer when he  could have saved the latter’s potential victim by maiming one of the  pursuer’s limbs. These laws  do not apply with regard to Jews.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter  9, Halacha 10

Similarly, a gentile  who engages in relations with a Jewish maiden who  has been consecrated is stoned  to death because of her as is the law  regarding Jews. If he engages in relations with her after she has  undergone the wedding ceremony, but has not engaged in relations with  her husband, he is strangled  to death as is the Jewish law. However, if  he engages in relations with a Jewish woman after she engaged in  relations with her husband once, he is sentenced to be executed by  decapitation as if he had engaged in relations with a gentile  woman.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 9, Halacha 9

A gentile is  liable for violating the prohibition against theft whether he stole from another gentile or from a Jew.

This applies to one who forcefully robs an individual or steals  money, a kidnapper, an employer who withholds his worker’s wages and the  like, even a worker who eats from his employer’s produce when he is not  working. In all such cases, he is liable and is considered as a robber.  With regard to Jews, the law is different.

Similarly, a gentile  is liable for stealing an object worth less than  a p’rutah. Thus, if one gentile stole an object worth less than a  p’rutah and another gentile stole it from him, they are both  executed because  of it.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter  9, Halacha 14

How must the gentiles fulfill the commandment to establish laws and  courts? They are obligated to set up judges and magistrates  in every  major city to render judgement concerning these six mitzvot and to  admonish the people regarding their observance.

A gentile  who transgresses  these seven commands  shall be executed  by decapitation. For  this reason, all the inhabitants of Shechem were obligated  to die. Shechem  kidnapped. They observed and were aware of his deeds, but did not judge  him.

A gentile is executed on  the basis of the testimony  of one witness  and the verdict of a  single judge. No warning is required. Relatives may  serve as witnesses. However, a woman may not serve as a witness or a  judge for them.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 10, Halacha 3

A gentile  who converted, was circumcised, and immersed in the mikveh,  and, afterwards, decided to  forsake God and revert to his previous status as a resident alien  is not  granted permission to do so. Rather, he must remain as an Israelite  in all matters or be executed.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 10, Halacha 5

It has  already been explained that gentiles are  always executed by  decapitation except in cases when one engages in  relations with the wife   of a Jew or a consecrated maiden. In the latter  instance, he is  stoned  to death.

If he engaged in relations with a Jew’s wife after they married, but  before they ever engaged in relations, he is executed by strangulation.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 10, Halacha 6

A gentile who gave a Jew a blow is liable to die for  causing even the  most minimal damage. Nevertheless, he is not executed.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 10, Halacha 9

A gentile who studies the Torah is  obligated to die. They should  only be involved in the study of their seven mitzvot.

Similarly, a gentile  who rests, even on a weekday, observing that day  as a Sabbath, is obligated to die. Needless to  say, he is obligated for that punishment if he creates a festival for   himself.

The general principle governing these matters is: They are not to  be  allowed to originate a new religion or create mitzvot for themselves  based on their own decisions. They may either become righteous  converts  and accept all the mitzvot or retain their statutes without adding  or  detracting from them.

If a gentile studies the Torah, makes a Sabbath, or creates a  religious practice, a Jewish  court should beat him, punish him, and  inform him that he is obligated  to die. However, he is not to be  executed.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 10, Halacha 11

The  Jewish court is  obligated to appoint  judges for these resident  aliens to judge them according to these statutes so that the world  will  not become decadent.

If the court sees fit to appoint the judges from the resident aliens  themselves, they may. If it sees fit to appoint them from among the  Jews, they may.

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 10, Halacha  12

If there is a dispute between a Jew and an idolater: If the Jew will  fare better according to  their laws, they are judged according to  their  laws. When the judgement is rendered, the judges explain:  ‘Your law  obligates this judgement.’ If the Jew will fare  better according to our  laws, they are judged according to Torah  law. When the judgement is  rendered, the judges explain: ‘Our law obligates this judgement.’ It  appears to me that this approach is not followed in regard to a resident  alien. Rather, he is always judged according to their laws.

Mishneh  Torah, Chapter 12, Halacha 1

Do not presume that in the Messianic age any facet of the world’s  nature will change or there will be innovations in the work of creation.  Rather, the world will continue according to its pattern.
Although Isaiah 11:6 states: ‘The wolf will dwell  with the lamb, the leopard will lie down with the young goat,’ these  words are a metaphor and a parable. The interpretation of the  prophecy  is as follows: Israelwill dwell securely  together with  the wicked gentiles  who are likened to a wolf  and a leopard

Mishneh Torah, Chapter 12, Halacha 5

In that era,  there will be neither famine or war, envy or competition  for good will flow in abundance and all the delights will be freely  available as dust. The occupation of the entire world will be solely to  know God.

Therefore, the Jews  will be great sages  and know the hidden matters,  grasping the knowledge of their Creator according to the full extent of  human potential, as Isaiah 11:9 states: ‘The world will be filled with  the knowledge of God as the waters cover the ocean bed.”
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Something that explains what we are up against


video explaining the hidden history of the kingdom, known as Khazaria. This Video features Islamic Scholar Sheikh Imran Hosein explaining the connection between Khazars & Jewish faith. Historians don't really like to talk about this subject but unfortunately for them vast body of historical evidence, much of which has come to light only in the last three to five decades is out in the open & up for reserch for anyone who wants to reserch it. i will begin by recommending the book called The Thirteenth Tribe written by Arthur Koestler.. in this book Arthur Koestler defuses anti-Semitism by undermining the identification of European Jews with the Jews of the Bible. In this it will be shown that the cry of "anti-Semitism" hurled against those who do oppose the international actions of ones calling themselves Jews, would be much like an immigrated Scotsman to America deciding to live on an Apache Indian reservation, coming to dominate its politics and economics, and then claiming that anyone disagreeing with his political and social agenda is racist and anti-Apache in their beliefs.
Koestler himself did not see alleged Khazar ancestry as diminishing the claim of Jews to Israel, which he felt was based on the United Nations mandate, and not on Biblical covenants or genetic inheritance....
This video was made not to offend anyone but to understand our history..
Masonic media is making the Palestinian & Israeli conflict look like some sort of religious war when in reality true followers of all three faiths (Jews, Christians, and Muslims) get along with each others and History can prove that.

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