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The 10th of Tevet and you….
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On the 10th day of the month of Tevet, in the year 3336 of the  Biblical calendar (425 BCE) the army of the Babylonian emperor Nebuchadnezzar laid siege to Jerusalem. Thirty months later—on 9 Tammuz 3338—the city walls were breached, and on 9 Av of that year the Holy Temple was destroyed. The Jewish people were exiled to Babylonia for 70 years. AND THIS CONTINUES TO EFFECT US TO THIS DAY……………..

The 10th of Tevet  is observed by fasting, mourning and repentance refraining from food and drink from daybreak to nightfall, and special prayers- meditations are done. The fast ends at nightfall.




The sages teach that God is good, and that all that He does is for the good and is good. But, His goodness is so often concealed within tragic and painful events. Concealed good is higher than revealed good, for it comes from the hidden world of God acting above nature.  The problem is we cannot see what the end outcome of what looks like to day tragedy will give birth to down the time line.


For example a primitive person if they were suddenly taken into a operating theater they would have idea of what is going on and may view it all as grotesque savagery

Not know a life is being saved

Or as a fish in the fish tank has not idea what in the fridge

Just because God may bring or allow into one’s life God forbid what appears to be not in one’s best interest, This does not mean one should just let the worst take its course and do nothing ———  take on and face  obstacles directly, sometimes this is done by  rising above and ‘over’ the obstacle. Though sometimes you may have to go around them or back away from them,  ‘go higher and deeper’ and by this you will come closer to God.  “Necessity is the mother of invention.” This is true both in the physical and spiritual realms of life. In His compassion God places obstacles on our paths to confront us and to teach us how to come near to Him and to one another. We can see many examples of this in our own lives. Life and growth is always about pushing the boundaries. Sometimes God pushes us.

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The fast of Gedalia

Yirmiyahu recounts the murder of Gedalia ben Achikam, after the destruction of the Temple, when the remnant of the survivors were lost from the land, since they fled after the murder.  After the destruction, and the exile of Tzidkiyahu and the inhabitants of Jerusalem, the king of Babylon appointed Gedalia ben Achikam as the governor of the small number of survivors who remained in Eretz Yisrael. Gedalia embarked on a process of rehabilitation of Am Yisrael in Eretz Yisrael, and the exiles from the neighboring lands began to return.

The prophet Yirmiyahu foretells success in this endeavor:

“If you will dwell again in this land – I shall build you up and not destroy, I shall plant you and not pluck, for I regret the evil that I have done to you.” (Yirmiyahu 42:10)

But the rebuilding of the Jewish settlement in Eretz Yisrael collapses and crashes because of the decision by Yishmael ben Netania to murder Gedalia, and Yirmiyahu’s prophecies of consolation are not fulfilled because of the decision by Yochanan ben Kareach and his cohorts to flee the land, for fear of the king of Babylon, because of the murder; they decide to go down to Egypt, taking the survivors (including Yirmiyahu) with them.

The gravity of Yishmael’s act arises not only from its disastrous results, but also from the act itself, in which a Jew (Yishmael ben Netania) collaborated with a gentile king (Ba’alis, king of Ammon) in order to kill one of his Jewish brethren – apparently out of personal jealousy, in view of the authority that Gedalia had received from the king of Babylon. We may draw a parallel between the evil deed of Yishmael ben Netania (who killed Gedalia) and of his sworn rival, Yochanan ben Kareach ,who took the remnant of Yehuda down to Egypt, in contravention of the prophet’s instructions.

The jealousy aroused by the authority vested in Gedalia by the king of Babylon brings to mind the jealousy of the brothers because of Yaakov’s love for Yosef and because of Yosef’s dreams. Yosef came, in all innocence, to check on his brothers’ welfare, his innocence preventing him from seeing the danger inherent in his brothers’ hatred for him. Gedalia’s innocence likewise prevented him from listening to the warnings of Yochanan ben Kareach; he hosted Yishmael at his table, to eat bread together with him at Mitzpa.

The most striking detail in the comparison between the two incidents is the casting of the victim’s body into the pit. Yishmael  threw Gedalia’s body into a pit, while in the story of Yosef  his brothers cast him  into a pit :

“And they took him, and threw him into a pit; and the pit was empty, there was no water in it.” (Barashit 37:24)

“And it was, as they came into the city, that Yishmael ben Netania slew them [and cast them] into the pit – he and the men who were with him.” (Yirmiyahu 41:7)

On the other hand, the story of the murder of Gedalia is also reminiscent of Yehuda’s suggestion to sell Yosef to the Ishmaelites. The brothers cooperated with the gentile Ishmaelites who came from Gil’ad, just as the Jewish Yishmael collaborated with Ba’alis, king of Ammon, who also ruled, most of the time, in Gil’ad. In the wake of the murder, Yochanan ben Kareach and his men save all the survivors from the hands of Yishmael, but lead them into Egyptian exile. Correspondingly, Yehuda saves Yosef from the horrors of the pit, but sells him to the Ishmaelites who take him down to Egypt; ultimately all of his father’s household is drawn into exile after him.

The well of Delight and Hiddeness
January 21, 2010, 1:54 pm
Filed under: aficoman, delight, Hiddeness, why "bad things" happen

Bo                                                                      Bs”d

In the very beginning of our parsha GOD informs Moses to go into pharoe and GOD than tells Moses that he will harden his heart to his requests. This happens time and time again. One can only ask what is going on ? What is the use of even going in to Pharoe and asking to “let the people go”, if there is not even a chance of Pharoe conceding to his request. Moses went to Pharoe time and time again asking to “let the people go” only each time to face failure. The Aor ha Chyim says Moses must have despaired. From here we can obviously learn a number of lessons. Take to heart that like Moses, even when we go on a mission to accomplish something that is in accordance with the will of GOD. We may find that it may come only after great difficulty.We must serve GOD with joy even if the difficulties we face create situations that could lead to despair. We must serve GOD with joy and not despair. We can see from the occurrences in our parsha that the difficulties we face are also part of GOD’s plan. We can grow from such things that “appear” as problems, by drawing joy from GOD’s wellsprings. Thus negating the despair, as we know that this too is GOD’s will. Through this one learns to illuminate the darkest hour, and how to reach deep into the well of GOD’s delight. When one faces “low tides”, hard times one realizes GOD is blessing through withholding his blessing. By this we grow and our soul reaches to its source in the delight of GOD in its root and source. When we need to reach far above to see the light.

It says “and the people took the dough before it was leavened, the kneading troughs bound in there clothes on their shoulders. And the children of Isreal did according to the word of moses and asked the Egyptians for Jewels, silver, gold and raiment. And GOD gave the people favor in the sight of the Egyptians. Sight referring to Chuchmah (Creative Divine inspiration). As when we make GOD’s will our own. Then being joined with it, so to the will of GOD all around us becomes fulfilled in Chuchmah from which the world is created continually which is fulfilled according to our needs.

From this we see when we take our dough, representing our physical concerns and give them less priority then our spiritual concerns when they come into conflict. GOD blesses us in the Physical in more ways than we can imagine. As Yisrael walked out of Egypt in possession of all its physical wealth.

The dough which was to become matza they put in their garments, on their shoulders. Just as we are instructed by the sages to put the Afficomen (last matzah of pessach seder) on our shoulders and then hide it. The eating of the afficomen is called in the seder tzphon (hiddeness). Thus we see when we take our physical concerns as said before and put them aside, as the afficomen is put aside till later in the seder. Then after we are satiated we eat the afficomen which is called in the seder tzphon (hiddeness) then we shall inherit the tzphon (hiddeness) of GOD as described in the song of songs “The cleft of the rock, in the secret of the stairs” reaching to the heights of Godly vision yielding the most profound delight. Thus will be fulfilled again as said in our parsha “And it came to pass on that very day it came to pass, that all the hosts of Yhv”h went out from the land of Egypt. It is a night of watchfulness to Yhv”h for bringing them out of the land of Egypt. This is a night of watching kept to Yhv”h by all the people of Israel throughout their generations.” Thus we will see as our sages say the redemption from the final exile will be like that from Egypt. And may we see the face of our righteous Mashiach quickly in our days.

Teachings concerning Love and suffering-WHY
December 7, 2009, 9:06 am
Filed under: Divine providence, ethics, why "bad things" happen

R. Zera says: Come and see how the way of human beings differs from the way of the Holy One, blessed be He. It is the way of human beings that when a man sells a valuable object to his fellow, the seller grieves and the buyer rejoices. The Holy One, blessed be He, however, is different. He gave the Torah to Israel and rejoiced. For it is said: For I give you good doctrine; forsake ye not My teaching.”

Raba  says: If a man sees that painful sufferings visit him, let him examine his conduct. For it is said: Let us search and try our ways, and return unto the Lord. If he examines and finds nothing [objectionable], let him attribute it to the neglect of the study of the Torah. For it is said: Happy is the man whom Thou chastise, O Lord, and teach out of your law. If he did attribute it [thus], and still did not find [this to be the cause], let him be sure that these are chastising of love. For it is said: For whom the Lord loves He corrects.”

Raba, in the name of R. Sahorah, in the name of R. Huna, says: If the Holy One, blessed be He, is pleased with a man, he crushes him with painful sufferings. For it is said: And the Lord was pleased with [him, hence] he crushed him by disease. Now, you might think that this is so even if he did not accept them with love. Therefore it is said: To see if his soul would offer itself in restitution. Even as the trespass-offering must be brought by consent, so also the sufferings must be endured with consent. And if he did accept them, what is his reward? He will see his seed, prolong his days. And more than that, his knowledge [of the Torah] will endure with him. For it is said: The purpose of the Lord will prosper in his hand.”

R. Jacob b. Idi and R. Aha b. Hanina differ with regard to the following: The one says:  chastisings of love are such as do not involve the intermission of study of the Torah. For it is said: Happy is the man whom Thou chastise, O Lord, and teach out of  your law. And the other one says:  chastisings of love are such as do not involve the intermission of prayer. For it is said: Blessed be God, Who has not turned away my prayer, nor His mercy from me. R. Abba the son of R. Hiyya b. Abba said to them: Thus said R. Hiyya b. Abba in the name of R. Johanan: Both of them are  chastisings of love. For it is said: For whom the Lord loves He correcteth. Why then does it say: ‘And teaches him out of your law’? Do not read telammedennu, [you teach him] but telammedenu, [Thou teaches us]. Thou teach us this thing out of your law as a conclusion a fortiori from the law concerning tooth and eye. Tooth and eye are only one limb of the man, and still [if they are hurt], the slave obtains thereby his freedom. How much more so with painful sufferings which torment the whole body of a man! And this agrees with a saying of R. Simeon b. Lakish. For R. Simeon b. Lakish said: The word ‘covenant’ is mentioned in connection with salt, and the word ‘covenant’ is mentioned in connection with sufferings: the word ‘covenant’ is mentioned in connection with salt, as it is written: Neither shalt thou suffer the salt of the covenant of thy God to be lacking. And the word ‘covenant’ is mentioned in connection with sufferings, as it is written: These are the words of the covenant. Even as in the covenant mentioned in connection with salt, the salt lends a sweet taste to the meat, so also in the covenant mentioned in connection with sufferings, the sufferings wash away all the sins of a man.

It has been taught: R. Simeon b. Yohai says: The Holy One, blessed be He, gave Israel three precious gifts, and all of them were given only through sufferings. These are: The Torah, the Land of Israel and the world to come. Whence do we know this of the Torah? — Because it is said: Happy is the man whom Thou chastise, o Lord, and teach him out of Thy law. Whence of the Land of Israel? — Because it is written: As a man chastises his son, so the Lord your God chastises you, and after that it is written: For the Lord Your God brings thee into a good land Whence of the world to come? — Because it is written: For the commandment is a lamp, and the teaching is light, and reproofs of sufferings are the way of life.

Tractate Brachot p.5a

February 23, 2009, 6:28 am
Filed under: atonement, injury, Judgments, suffering, why "bad things" happen

Hi everybody,

I fell and fractured my arm last Shabot. I will tell you why.

Before the Shabbot in the Mikvah as the Ben Eash Chy recommends I made confession for sin under the water. But this time I went into great detail asking to purified from all that I had done wrong. That I should be “white as snow”. Well on Shabbot I got up in the middle of the night prayed till “Yestabach” as I usually do. The rain then stopped. I then ran as I normally do to the “Tefilah”(PRAYER). Right before the mikvah door I fell.

It comes to mind “be careful what you pray for for you may get it.”

I went home meditated and asked the God why this had happened, then I opened the bible at “random” to find the answer. This has been a practice of many sages. It read :

“I will extol you, YHV’H ; for you have lifted me up, and have not made my enemies rejoice over me. YHV’H ELOHAY, (this refers to accusers created above by sins) I cried to you, and you have healed me. YHV’H, you have brought up my soul from Sheol; you have kept me alive, that I should not go down to the pit. (psalm 30)

It is known atonement comes through suffering as its written :

Rabbi Yuhuda Petiah writes the supernal told him

The Supernal court in its rulings is not trying to avenge the actions of the wicked, but only to cleanse the levels of the soul of the Just from sins. By which ever punishment will fix and purify them quickly, so they may then enter the Garden of Aden.” (Minchat Yehudah)

The trials of the righteous are explained in Midrash,2 where we are taught that God only tries the righteous because the more one beats flax the more it is improved and glistens as fine linen. He can not do so with a defective vessel as it will break. It is as the sages teach:3 that God tries the righteous, testing them before He confers greatness upon them. Rabbi Yitzchak further teaches us that when man comes to grief through sin and is liable to death by the hand of Heaven, atonement is made by his ox dying, his poultry being lost, his flask breaking, or by his falling and injuring his little finger. A drop of blood flows from it, and this part of his life is considered as the whole of it. These damages are not chance occurrences but the mercy of the Holy Blessed One. 4 Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai shows us that there is also great benefit in our hardships, as God delights in the soul but not in the body. He afflicts the body so that the soul may gain freedom. So we see physical suffering is only to remove a covering from the soul so that it may be more openly re­vealed.5

2. Midrash Rabba Bereshith 34:2.

3. Ibid. Shemot 1 :21.

4 Zohar 3:46b

5 Bava Kamma 50a.

It is painful and difficult to type.



Spiritual success is commensurate with their efforts BUT in reality,  the way that a person prospers can transcend what they can intellectually grasp as success is closely related to what people refer to as “mazel” which some may translate as luck, but it really refers to Divine influence.  A person’s “mazel”  cannot be achieved through their own efforts alone, it comes from Heaven. This holds true with success in general.

The well of Delight and Hiddeness
January 29, 2009, 9:43 am
Filed under: aficoman, delight, Hiddeness, why "bad things" happen

Bo Bs”d

In the very beginning of out parsha Hashem (God) informs Moses to go into pharoe and Hashem than tells Moses that he will harden his heart to his requests. This happens time and time again. One can only ask what is going on ? What is the use of even going in to Pharoe and asking to “let the people go”, if there is not even a chance of Pharoe conceding to his request. Moses went to Pharoe time and time again asking to “let the people go” only each time to face failure. The Aor ha Chyim says Moses must have despaired. From here we can obviously learn a number of lessons. Take to heart that like Moses, even when we go on a mission to accomplish something that is in accordance with the will of Hashem. We may find that it may come only after great difficulty.We must serve Hashem with joy even if the difficulties we face create situations that could lead to despair. We must serve hashem with joy and not despair. We can see from the occurrences in our parsha that the difficulties we face are also part of Hashem’s plan. We can grow from such things that “appear” as problems, by drawing joy from Hashem’s wellsprings. Thus negating the despair, as we know that this too is Hashem’s will. Through this one learns to illuminate the darkest hour, and how to reach deep into the well of Hashem’s delight. When one faces “low tides”, hard times one realizes Hashem is blessing through withholding his blessing. By this we grow and our soul reaches to its source in the delight of Hashem in its root and source. When we need to reach far above to see the light.

It says “and the people took the dough before it was leavened, the kneading troughs bound in there clothes on their shoulders. And the children of Isreal did according to the word of moses and asked the Egyptians for Jewels, silver, gold and raiment. And Hashem gave the people favor in the sight of the Egyptians. Sight referring to Chuchmah (Creative Divine inspiration). As when we make Hashem’s will our own. Then being joined with it, so to the will of Hashem all around us becomes fulfilled in Chuchmah from which the world is created continually which is fulfilled according to our needs.

From this we see when we take our dough, representing out physical concerns and give them less priority then our spiritual concerns when they come into conflict. Hashem blesses us in the Physical in more ways than we can imagine. As Yisrael walked out of Egypt in possession of all its physical wealth.

The dough which was to become matza they put in their garments, on their shoulders. Just as we are instructed by the sages to put the Afficomen (last matzah of pessach seder) on our shoulders and then hide it. The eating of the afficomen is called in the seder tzphon (hiddeness). Thus we see when we take our physical concerns as said before and put them aside, as the afficomen is put aside till later in the seder. Then after we are satiated we eat the afficomen which is called in the seder tzphon (hiddeness) then we shall inherit the tzphon (hiddeness) of Hashem as described in the song of songs “The cleft of the rock, in the secret of the stairs” reaching to the heights of Godly vision yielding the most profound delight. Thus will be fulfilled again as said in our parsha “And it came to pass on that very day it came to pass, that all the hosts of Yhv”h went out from the land of Egypt. It is a night of watchfulness to Yhv”h for bringing them out of the land of Egypt. This is a night of watching kept to Yhv”h by all the people of Israel throughout their generations.” Thus we will see as our sages say the redemption from the final exile will be like that from Egypt. And may we see the face of our righteous Mashiach quickly in our days.

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Mekaitz                                                  Bs”d

From this parsha we can learn many lessons. We are given to see that the ways of Hashem in fulfilling his will are hidden from our pitiful level of Consciousness. We also learn some of the mechanisms involving tikun (fixing of the world) and teshuva (repentance). We also see how Hashem returns sparks of light to their source in harmony.

We know that everything that happens in the world is only directed ultimately by the will of Hashem but much of this most people will never understand. As His way are not our ways and His thoughts are not as our thoughts. We certainly can not comprehend the awsome nature of the intricate workings with in the creation. One would have never thought that Yosef who was sold as a slave would end up running all of Egypt. But everything happens for a reason and that is so to eventually bring our Mashiach and redemption. This will bring the world to perfect harmony. To accomplish this everything must be brought  and set in its rightful place of order. To do this we have the process called tikun. We are in this world to make tikun as individuals but also to work on the tikun of our nation of Yisrael and the world as a whole. But this job is not left for us to work alone, but that Hashem through his providence is also making tikun in this world of His.

From the parsha we can get some instruction on how to understand and go about in this process of elevation called teshuva. If a person will do their part the Holy one Blessed is His name will do a corresponding action. As we know a action below is followed by a action above. From this process of action and reaction Hashem gives us many times what we need to do to bring our lives and all else back to proper order. He does this by creating a action in this world that can take many forms, but one most common as we see involved in the story of Yosef’s life is chastisement. The troubles and complications that come to make difficulties in our lives. As we see  regarding Yosefs brothers when they came to Egypt. We find Yosef acting harshly towards them accusing them of being spies and thieves. This persecution leads them to realize their faults saying “Hashem has found the inequity of His servents”   “We are guilty concerning our brother since we saw the anguish of his soul, and he called to us, but we would not hear. Becouse of this all this has come upon us” We see from these statements that the chastisement brought on Yosef’s brothers by him gets his brothers to feel sorrow for their deed and suffer for it, worry about it, feel shame, humility and ultimately realize that it was not just a coincidence or a random thing of nature that all the trouble befell them, but that these troubles were directed by Hashem becouse of their own deeds (with Yosef). And not only were these things brought on by Hashem but they were a measure for measure response to their own actions. This helps to explain why Benyamin was given 5 times more food then his other brothers as it was becouse of jealousy that the brothers brought their father a evil report concerning Yosef. Now Hashem through Yosef and Benyamin is giving them the opportunity to be in a similar situation but this time not become jealous. By this they partially heal the damage done to their souls.

All the steps mentioned above above from feeling sorry about their improper actions to realizing Hashem’s hand in all that happens are part of the process of teshuva as described in the book “Gates of Teshuva” and many other Holy works. Working with this process one can then by tesuva remove impurity and disorder and accordingly gain in purity and ultimately reach the state that is called Holiness where he has visions, dreams of prophesy and can understand them as they reach ruach ha Kodesh.

In the Beginning of our parsha Yosef tells pharoe what Hashem has told him pharoe’s dream means. In the same way that only Hashem knows the true meaning of a dream, we can see that only Hashem knows fully how the creation operates. It is for us to look around so to see the Holy ones signs  and symbols that will direct us to his path of truth so that we will ultimately see the redemption with the building of the Holy Temple with the Mashiach in Mercy quickly in our days.

Brother’s keeper-Not feed to wolves
September 1, 2008, 6:45 am
Filed under: Evil-klippa, freedom and ethics, Torah Politics, why "bad things" happen

President Bush pressed his Road Map upon Israel, his ‘Vision of a New Middle East’ brought about the destruction of Gush Katif and the Northern Shomron. Destruction soon was seen in America from katrina. There are many interesting similarities in these two tragic events, difficult to dismiss as mere coincidence.



Exactly 7 days later, New Orleans USA was devastated by Katrina

exactly mirroring every destructive horror which Pres. Bush’s demands brought upon the evicted settlers of Gush Katif

in the Land of the Creator God of Israel



This world is guided by the PROVIDENCE of GOD there is no coincidence






Close to 10,000 Jews were expelled from their homes in the Gaza Strip and parts of northern Samaria. Katrina’s death toll is now expected to reach at least 10,000.


America‘s population ratio to Israel is about 50:1. Ten thousand Jews who lost their Gaza homes is the equivalent of about 500,000 Americans who are now reported to be displaced as result of Katrina.


1) ‘Katrina’ sounds similar to ‘Katif’.
2) ‘Katrina’ in Russian is equivalent to ‘Katyusha’. A katyusha is the name of a rocket fired frequently at Israeli towns and villages from the towns and villages Jews were expelled from in Gush Katif.
3) Bush pushed for the abandonment of Israel’s southern coastal region, and America’s southern coastal region is was destroyed.

4) President Bush is from Texas, Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice is from Alabama. Together, they pressured Israel to uproot Gush Katif. Hurricane Katrina hit the states in between Texas and Alabama where Bush and Rice are from (Louisiana and Mississippi).




5) Many believe that U.S. President George Bush is selling out Israel to control the price of oil and keep it cheaper for Americans.  Bush thinks that he can set the price for oil by appeasing the Arabs. Yet, this hurricane hit right at the oil refineries in America’s Gulf Coast states, temporarily closing down these refineries, which brought UP the price of gasoline.


5)  Thousands of innocent Jews were made homeless because of the Road Map. Thousands of innocent Americans were made homeless.


6) We saw the destruction of beautiful quaint homes in Gush Katif that are now rubble. In New Orleans, we saw once charming and quaint homes now destroyed and turned to rubble.


7) The day that Hurricane Katrina hit America, Israel was forced to do the grueling task of digging up the bodies of loved ones in Gush Katif so they could be buried in Isreal. There are now reports that New Orleans had bodies floating around the the city and some older buried corpses also floating up because of the horrible storm.


8) Citizens of Israel were barred from entering Gush Katif, and people were only allowed to leave it, U.S. Authorities barred its own citizens from entering the affected areas of the Gulf Coast. People were only allowed OUT.


9) The loss of Gush Katif has cost the nation of Israel 15% of its agricultural produce. The price tag of many billions of shekels it will cost for the resettling and rebuilding of communities will her. So too, American leaders  say the loss of businesses and the price of rebuilding the Gulf Coast will cost them billions.


Katrina, written in Hebrew, has a numerical equivalent of 374, according to a biblical numbering system upheld by all traditional Jewish authorities. Two relevant passages in the Torah share the exact numerical equivalent: “They have done you evil” (Gen. 50:17) and “The sea upon land” (Exodus 14:15).



Four communities in the Northern Shomron (what some term the ‘West Bank’) were destroyed on the altar of the ‘Road Map’. New Orleans also has a ‘West Bank,’ partially destroyed by the storm.


Now the road map wants Israel to abandon the west bank (shomron) to the terrorist Palestinians. This new storm “gustav” has the “west bank” in its sights.



Hurricane Gustav News and Storm Tracking

Gustav more dangerous, will threaten West Bank with flooding

“Surge levels at the West Bank will be at or very close to the crown of the levee and there will be a wave field of two or three feet of waves on top, hitting every six seconds,” Van Heerden said. “A very erosive situation.”




For the safety and well being of the American people, America needs to stop pressuring Israel to further weaken herself and give in to terror


“Those who bless You will be blessed, and those who curse her will be cursed.”  (Gen 12:3)

This one one a warning…This one was a warning…This one was a warning