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« Reply #30 on: August 14, 2005, 02:22:07 AM »

That's neat, thanks. It looks quiet there.

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« Reply #32 on: February 26, 2006, 09:19:55 PM »

Sheikh Ismail Nawahda, preaching to Moslem masses on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Friday, has brought it out into the open: the call to restore the Moslem Khalifate, or, "Genuine Islamic Rule."


A plan for the "Return of the Khalifate" was published secretly in 2002 by a group called "The Guiding Helper Foundation." The group explained that it wished to "give direction to the educated Muslim populace in its increasing interest in the establishment of Islam as a practical system of rule."

This past Friday, Feb. 24, however, the plan went public. Sheikh Nawahda called publicly for the renewal of the Islamic Khalifate, which would "unite all the Moslems in the world against the infidels."

The Khalifate system features a leader, known as a Khalif (the title literally means the successor to Mohammed), who heads worldwide Islam. Assisted by a ten-man council, his decisions are totally binding on all Moslems.

According to the Foundation's vision of the Khalifate, significant punishment can only be meted out for 14 crimes, including "accusing a chaste person of fornication," "not performing the formal prayer," and "not fasting during Ramadan."

The Foundation recommends working to restore the Moslem dictatorship using a system of small groups around the world. The purpose is so that the "enemies of Islam" who "will definitely try to stop us" will have a "much harder task, if not impossible, if they are faced with a myriad of small groups of differing locations, ethnicities," etc. This method also "ensures that if one group... is found and cut off, other similar groups will remain undetected."

Sheikh Nawahda reminded his Temple Mount audience that the first step taken by Muhammed in stabilizing his rule was to form the nucleus of the first Islamic country in the city of Medina. Nawahda also said that the status of Moslems around the world has dropped drastically ever since the collapse of the last Khalifate in 1924, after Turkey became a democratic republic.

Nawahda called upon the Arabs of the Palestinian Authority to rise above their personal and party interests, and said that Moslems must return to Islam and join forces in the struggle against the West. He praised the worldwide protests against the anti-Muhammed cartoons, and encouraged the Moslem public to continue such activities. He implied that those who insulted Muhammed are liable for death. The Sheikh designated the Moslem masses as a strong point that can be utilized in the fight against the West.



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« Reply #33 on: February 27, 2006, 07:07:33 AM »

Interesting...

The militants of Islam are really nervous about the events going on in Iraq today. It appears that one is comparing the state of democracy happening in Iraq today with what happened to historical Turkey. The militant leaders of Iran and Syria are really gettin' edgey about the possibility of a free democratic state existing near them to turn their own slave subjects away from radical Islam. The militants seem to think they can escape the plan of a ten-horned one-world government which God is allowing in the latter days. They haven't figured out that many of us in the West don't want to be under that ten-horned beast kingdom either, yet it's part of God's Plan for the latter days. "...Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make war with him?" (Rev.13:4).


Isa 21:13   The burden upon Arabia. In the forest in Arabia shall ye lodge, O ye travelling companies of Dedanim.
14   The inhabitants of the land of Tema brought water to him that was thirsty, they prevented with their bread him that fled.
15   For they fled from the swords, from the drawn sword, and from the bent bow, and from the grievousness of war.
16   For thus hath the Lord said unto me, 'Within a year, according to the years of an hireling, and all the glory of Kedar shall fail:
17   And the residue of the number of archers, the mighty men of the children of Kedar, shall be diminished: for the LORD God of Israel hath spoken it.'
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That prophesy in Isaiah 21 was about the historical fall of Kedar (Jer.49). But within that Chapter we are told about the fall of Babylon, and the travail with child analogies, and the coming Day of The LORD (i.e., Christ's future thousand years reign on earth with His elect - Rev.20). That Isaiah 21 prophecy serves as an 'ensample' for what's happening with the radicals of Ishmael today.

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« Reply #34 on: February 27, 2006, 09:40:07 AM »

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Or is it that they want that kind of government . . .


The Khalifate system features a leader, known as a Khalif (the title literally means the successor to Mohammed), who heads worldwide Islam. Assisted by a ten-man council, his decisions are totally binding on all Moslems.


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« Reply #35 on: February 27, 2006, 08:51:41 PM »

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« Reply #36 on: February 28, 2006, 03:14:26 PM »

If that Isaiah prophecy is a "ensample" for the latter days, then God is not going to allow Islam to dominate the world. That should have been seen with how easy it was to overthrow Saddam's reign, and the weight of power the West has played in forwarding the Palestinian state idea. The globalists want to meld all peoples with their religions into one pot.

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« Reply #37 on: March 03, 2006, 02:10:47 AM »

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 Muslim Preacher on Temple Mount: Restore Worldwide Islamic Rule
11:59 Feb 26, '06 / 28 Shevat 5766
By Hillel Fendel


Sheikh Ismail Nawahda, preaching to Moslem masses on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Friday, has brought it out into the open: the call to restore the Moslem Khalifate, or, "Genuine Islamic Rule."

A plan for the "Return of the Khalifate" was published secretly in 2002 by a group called "The Guiding Helper Foundation." The group explained that it wished to "give direction to the educated Muslim populace in its increasing interest in the establishment of Islam as a practical system of rule."

This past Friday, Feb. 24, however, the plan went public. Sheikh Nawahda called publicly for the renewal of the Islamic Khalifate, which would "unite all the Moslems in the world against the infidels."

The Khalifate system features a leader, known as a Khalif, who heads worldwide Islam. Assisted by a ten-man council, his decisions are totally binding on all Moslems.

According to the Foundation's vision of the Khalifate, significant punishment can only be meted out for 14 crimes, including "accusing a chaste person of fornication," "not performing the formal prayer," and "not fasting during Ramadan."

The Foundation recommends working to restore the Moslem dictatorship using a system of small groups around the world. The purpose is so that the "enemies of Islam" who "will definitely try to stop us" will have a "much harder task, if not impossible, if they are faced with a myriad of small groups of differing locations, ethnicities," etc. This method also "ensures that if one group... is found and cut off, other similar groups will remain undetected."

Sheikh Nawahda reminded his Temple Mount audience that the first step taken by Muhammed in stabilizing his rule was to form the nucleus of the first Islamic country in the city of Medina. Nawahda also said that the status of Moslems around the world has dropped drastically ever since the collapse of the last Khalifate in 1924, after Turkey became a democratic republic.

Nawahda called upon the Arabs of the Palestinian Authority to rise above their personal and party interests, and said that Moslems must return to Islam and join forces in the struggle against the West. He praised the worldwide protests against the anti-Muhammed cartoons, and encouraged the Moslem public to continue such activities. He implied that those who insulted Muhammed are liable for death. The Sheikh designated the Moslem masses as a strong point that can be utilized in the fight against the West.

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« Reply #38 on: March 27, 2006, 11:04:56 AM »

Muslim access to holy site unrestricted
despite Islamic threats to Israeli elections


JERUSALEM One day before national elections here, Jerusalem police this morning closed the Temple Mount to Jews and Christians in response to what officials say are specific threats mostly by Muslim groups related to disrupting the voting.

The Temple Mount is the holiest site to Judaism. Muslims today were able to access the Mount without restrictions.

"We had information that if the Jews come to the Temple Mount, the Muslims will start violence. So we took the decision to close the Mount to Jews and tourists," Jerusalem police spokesman Shmulik Ben Ruby told WorldNetDaily.

Police say they received alerts that Palestinian militants and Jewish Temple Mount activist groups are planning to use the politically charged period immediately prior to the elections to instigate provocations on the Mount.

The police would not specify which groups were associated with any threats to the Temple Mount, but a source in the Jerusalem District Police Department told WND the warnings were "mostly concerning Muslim groups."

Leaders of the major Jewish Temple Mount organizations denied to WorldNetDaily they were planning any provocations.

But Raed Sallah, leader of the Islamic Movement, an extremist group that promotes Muslim sovereignty over the Mount, reportedly has been delivering speeches at Israeli mosques urging Muslims to rush to the Al Aqsa Mosque on the Mount before elections to protect it from "Jewish attacks." The Movement has been providing buses to bring Muslims to the Al Aqsa Mosque.

The Islamic Movement has been involved with Temple Mount violence, including leading riots that officially started the Palestinian intifada, or uprising, in 2000 after Arab protesters threw rocks at Jewish worshippers at the Western Wall. Those riots took place just prior to Israeli elections following a visit to the Mount by then-candidate for prime minister Ariel Sharon. Palestinian leaders, including the late Yasser Arafat, have admitted they used Sharon's Temple Mount visit as a pretense to start the intifada.

Muslims have carried out all violent attacks on the Temple Mount the past few years. Still, the police today took action to restrict access only to Jewish and Christian visitors in response to the election-related threats.

Police are also on high alert throughout the country for terror attacks by Palestinian groups seeking to impact the elections.

Police spokesman Ben Ruby said the police will reassess the situation on election day tomorrow and may again bar Jews and Christians from the site.

Non-Muslims regularly are barred from the Temple Mount on most hours throughout the week.

The Temple Mount was opened to the general public until the intifada started in 2000. Following the onset of violence, the new Sharon government closed the Mount to non-Muslims, using checkpoints to control all pedestrian traffic for fear of further clashes with the Palestinians.

The Temple Mount was reopened to non-Muslims in August 2003. It still is open but only Sundays through Thursdays, 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., and not on any Christian, Jewish or Muslim holidays or other days considered "sensitive" by the Waqf, the Muslim custodians of the Temple Mount.

During "open" days, Jews and Christian are allowed to ascend the Mount, usually through organized tours and only if they conform first to a strict set of guidelines, which includes demands that they not pray or bring any "holy objects" to the site. Visitors are banned from entering any of the mosques without permission of the Wafq, the Muslim custodians of the Mount. Rules are enforced by Waqf agents, who watch tours closely and alert nearby Israeli police to any breaking of their guidelines.

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« Reply #39 on: March 27, 2006, 11:18:59 AM »

Right-wing organizations protested on Sunday night the police's decision to bar non-Muslims from entering the Temple Mount on Monday.

Police explained that the decision was based on information that right-wing organizations planned to cause public disorder on the spot ahead of Tuesday's elections.

"We didn't plan to get violent, but just to allow visitors to have a personal experience on this momentous evening," responded one organization.
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« Reply #40 on: March 27, 2006, 11:38:54 AM »

by Ariel Natan Pasko

"Without vision, the people run wild...." (Proverbs 29:18) King Solomon could have been living in modern Israel. "Palestine" just became "Hamastan". Social and economic problems are growing in Israel, due to the escalating Islamic siege (the "peace process"), supported by much of the West. Yet, with elections coming up, almost no one running seems to have a clue what to do.

Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, zigzagging from Right to Left over the years, has apparently come under the influence of his far-left wife. Most of the Kadima party are either ladder-climbing junior politicians drifting Left, or senior-level corruption-laden hacks. It's still not clear exactly what they stand for beyond getting elected.

Oh, right, Kadima is calling for "compassionate" capitalism, in contrast to Likud's "tough Thatcherism". They want to carry out more unilateral expulsions of Jews, setting "permanent" borders by 2008. They promise no political dialogue with a Hamas government (maybe just a little, using a back door "security cooperation" excuse). And, well, getting elected.

Likud's not much better. They're the party that brought you the first ethnic cleansing of the 21st century, kicking the Jews out of Gush Katif. Netanyahu had something going when he was finance minister, but committed most of the mistakes I warned about in my article, "Israeli Capitalism with a Human Face" (Part I and Part II). That has brought about what I predicted, a "neo-socialist backlash", in the guise of the mustachioed Stalin look-alike, Amir Peretz of the Labor Party, spouting 1950s Histadrut (trade union) rhetoric. Neither Likud nor Labor can get us out of this mess; heck, they both have conspired for the last fifty-some years to create it.

Avigdor Liberman's secular, Russian "law and order" party, Yisrael Beiteinu, wants to de-Judaize Israel by introducing civil marriage. In contrast, the overly sectoral Hareidi (religious) parties, Shas or United Torah Judaism, have their hearts in the right place, but that doesn't substitute for good policies.

Which leaves us with the newly combined National Union-National Religious Party of Rabbi Benny Elon and Zevulun Orlev, and Hazit (the National Jewish Front) led by Baruch Marzel. Both groups are made up of hard-working, primarily religious Jews who are supporters of settlement in the Land of Israel. Unfortunately, National Union has dropped its "transfer" plank from the combined platform due to NRP pressure.

Hazit continues in the tradition of Kach, Yamin Yisrael and Herut, calling for the expulsion of Arab enemies from the Jewish State. Hazit has adopted the political reform program of Professor Paul Eidelberg (Yamin Yisrael), including his proposed "Jewish and Democratic Constitution". It's not bad as reform plans go.

"Without a vision, the people cast off restraint; but those that implement the Torah [vision], they will rejoice!" (Proverbs 29:18)

The first priority of a leader is to create a powerful vision. Jewish leaders must present the nation of Israel with worthy goals. They must create meaning for the Jewish people; goals worth striving for, worth sacrificing for, based on the vision of our Prophets, for a just and prosperous society; goals based on the Torah's vision of the Jewish people's Messianic future.

Several Israeli writers of the Left have recently analyzed the differences between the "Palestinians" and Israelis. They've pointed out that the goal of "Palestinians" is very concrete, a Palestinian State; whereas, Israel's goal of "peace" is abstract, nebulous and difficult to express. The Arabs of Judea, Samaria (the West Bank) and Gaza have been better able to formulate policies and mobilize their population for the struggle. Lamenting the situation, Israeli leftists argue that "peace" must be "concretized", visions of a better future must be built, in order to rally the Israeli masses.

They are definitely onto something and we need to be concerned.

For some time now, I've been saying the biggest problem for the Israeli Right, the nationalist and religious public, is that the Left has captured the Israeli political agenda. Their "peace pipe dreams" have lulled Israelis into a "false Messianic stupor". At best, the Right has been reactive, a reactionary movement trying to hold onto what was, while Shimon Peres, Yitzchak Rabin, Yossi Sarid, Yossi Beilin, and, more recently, Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert, have undermined the national camp with their "positive" agenda. That's why Likud has been drifting Left for years. That's why Likud finally imploded. That's why Kadima came into being. Binyamin Netanyahu was part of this and hasn't changed.

Even politicians from the NU-NRP sat, until the last moments, in the Sharonist Expulsion Government, watching Gush Katif's planned destruction. NU-NRP officials are campaigning on the theme, "You need to vote for us, to keep Netanyahu in line." They don't even imagine themselves leading the nation, only as "backbones" for Likud.

The Jewish people deserve leaders who exude confidence in their glorious future. It's time to think big and take power in Israel.

Instead of being reactionary and the nay-sayers of Israeli society, always being "against" the agenda of the Left, the Right - and specifically the religious Right, the Torah nationalists - has to present its own positive agenda, no holds barred, to Israeli society. Patriotic nationalist and religious politicians have to stop playing the game by the rules of the Left. It's time to tell the nation what we are for; it's time for the pro-Geulah - pro-Redemption - forces to start advocating clear policies that will enable the Jewish People to achieve its redemptive-Messianic goals in history.

Do you think the G-d of Israel brought the Jews home from all four corners of the earth, after nearly 2,000 years of exile, just for the fun of it?

What might some of these goals be? They can be summarized as kingdom, war, law, prosperity, righteous justice and spirituality.

1. Israel needs a strongly pro-Jewish government. Prof. Eidelberg's Jewish Constitutional Democracy Movement isn't a bad start. Better yet, how about exploring a kingdom? While waiting for the Son of David to arrive, the Torah empowers the Jewish people to establish a temporary government of its choosing. The Maccabees had a kingdom. Monarchy provides a type of stability that democracy doesn't.

2. With the rise of Islamo-fascism worldwide, Iran, Al-Qaeda and particularly Hamastan in parts of the Land of Israel, a strong hand must be used by Israel to defend its people and interests. The conclusions of an earlier article of mine, "There is Only a Military Solution", ring truer today than ever. In war, you fight to win. Tell the Jewish People the truth: the Arabs in Israel, the so-called "Palestinians", are Amalek trying to replace us in our homeland. This is total war; there will be only one winner, the Jewish people.

3. The legal system of Israel should be brought in line with the values of the Torah. A Sanhedrin, a working Jewish Supreme Court according to Torah Law, is beginning to come into existence through the efforts of many rabbis and lay leaders.

4. A society based on Torah Law will both free up the economy in key ways and establish healthy limits to economic activity, stressing other values beyond consumer consumption. It will encourage chesed (acts of kindness) and tzedek (righteousness and justice) through the social sector, building prosperity without hurting the poor and the weak. A just and prosperous society is our goal. The final stage of ingathering the exiles will be accomplished, bringing historical justice to the Jewish people.

5. We need to clean off the Temple Mount those insults to our religion, the so-called dome and mosque. Jewish spiritual rebirth demands complete control of our holiest places in the Land of Israel. Let's think really big. It's time to build the Third Temple on the Temple Mount.

Really big dreams, really big goals, are what sustain people through difficult times and drive them on toward success. It's time for Jewish leaders with real vision to step forward, say what needs to be said, and show the Jewish people the way to national redemption and spiritual fulfillment. Jews will rally around leaders who have their real interests at heart. Jewish destiny and a glorious future lie before us, it's up to us to reach out and grab it.

"Where there is no vision, the nation becomes discontent; but when the Torah [vision] is implemented, they will rejoice!" (Proverbs 29:18)

It's time to think big and take power in Israel.

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« Reply #41 on: March 27, 2006, 09:06:18 PM »

Hi!   Can you explain to me, how Israel is going to build a temple and start animal sacrifices in the face of Hebrews, chapter 10?
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« Reply #42 on: March 27, 2006, 09:37:49 PM »

Hi JoBeth,

I see that this is your first post so welcome to Christians Unite.

Let me answer your question with a question. How does anything happen that the Lord says will happen? The answer to this question is also the answer to yours.

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« Reply #43 on: March 27, 2006, 10:00:48 PM »

Thanks for the welcome!!! That answer didn't help me much...But I don't think the Bible goes against itself, and think it would be an abomination to God to have  animal sacrifices after He has given His only Son as the final sacrifice...God can do anything, but  does  not go against what His word says....
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« Reply #44 on: March 27, 2006, 10:04:49 PM »

Just because it is an abomination does not mean that it won't happen. There are many things going on in the many curches of today that are abominations to the Lord.

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