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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Jews must “give their lives” to insure the annexation of the occupied West Bank

by Katherine Frisk

[Source] “We have to mark the dream, and the dream is that Judea and Samaria will be part” of Israel.

So said hard-line politician Naftali Bennett on the 8th of October 2016.

Jews must “give their lives” to insure the annexation of the occupied West Bank.

This is not a new story. This story has been on going for almost 3,000 years and still Judea does not get the message. The ten tribes of Israel from the Northern Kingdom of Israel do not want to be ruled by or dictated to by the kingdom of Judea, or subject to their ongoing hegemonic ambitions not for a hundred years, but thousands of years. Surely by now, they should have got the message?

The Palestinians on the West bank and what Nafftali Bennett correctly calls Samaria, are the descendants of the Hebrews.

The so-called lost ten tribes that have never been lost. In the 1st century A.D. many of them converted to Christianity and followed the teachings of “Yeshua, the son of Joseph,” rejecting the Levite priesthood in Jerusalem, the Herod Kings and the Roman Legions. By 600 A.D. many of them converted to Islam. Now in the 21st century they find themselves in the same position that they were in 2,700 years ago and again 2,000 years ago.

What once was Israel became torn apart when the twelve tribes broke the Covenant and demanded a king.

According to the laws of Moses and Joshua of the tribe of Joseph, who established Israel, they should be governed by the law and a judiciary. A monarch of any sort was seen as idol worship. Kings and emperors even up until the fall of the Roman Empire were considered to be “gods,” the sons of the “gods” named after the planets in our solar system. Today anyone would think it is ludicrous to believe that you are a son of Saturn, Mars or Neptune and even more ludicrous if you worshiped a statue of these figures as “gods.” Worshiping a king, emperor or even a planet for that matter, is idol worship.

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