Category Archives: History

Will Israel Have A ‘King’ Soon? The Modern-Day Sanhedrin Say “YES!”

Will Israel Have A ‘King’ Soon? The Modern-Day Sanhedrin Say “YES!” from Yaakov Katz THE JERUSALEM POST – January 12, 2005 Will Jews begin proclaiming “Long live the king” in the near future? According to a group of 71 Jewish … Continue reading

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Silver Half-Shekel: Mitzvah Protecting The Souls Of The IDF Soldiers

Silver Half-Shekel: Mitzvah Protecting The Souls Of The IDF Soldiers Breaking Israel News By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz March 8, 2018 , 3:50 pm Everyone who is numbered, from twenty years old and over, shall give the contribution to the Lord. … Continue reading

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The Holy Half-Shekel

The Holy Half-Shekel The Half-Shekel is a Torah Commandment first introduced by Moses in 1289 B.C.E. In the Book of Exodus, chapter 30:11-16 we read: And the Lord spoke to Moshe, saying: When you take the sum of the children … Continue reading

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Ebionite

Who were the Ebionites? What were the salient features of this form of Messianism? Was this the ORIGINAL “Apostolic Creed” or was this a later heresy developed in the second century of the Common Era? Ebionim denied that Jesus was … Continue reading

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The UN and Unequal Justice: The Case for Jewish Refugees From Arab Countries

The UN and Unequal Justice: The Case for Jewish Refugees From Arab Countries by Irwin Cotler The Algemeiner December 2, 2014 7:55 am The UN marked the 67th anniversary of the UN Partition Resolution of November 29, 1947, with an … Continue reading

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The Jewish Exodus from Arab Lands: Toward Redressing Injustices on All Sides

Jewish Center for Public Affairs Aharon Mor and Orly Rahimiyan, September 11, 2012 Vol. 12, No. 21     11 September 2012 For over 2,500 years, Jewish communities have existed in the lands now known as the Middle East and North Africa, … Continue reading

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Jewish Property Claims Against Arab Countries

Jewish Property Claims Against Arab Countries Michael R. Fischbach Columbia University Press   In the twenty years that followed the Arab-Israeli war of 1948, 800,000 Jews left their homes in Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, and several other Arab … Continue reading

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