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Zionism – ADL

| December 29, 2022

Zionism is the movement for the self-determination and statehood for the Jewish people in their ancestral homeland, the land of Israel. The vast majority of Jews around the world feel a connection or kinship with Israel, whether or not they explicitly identify as Zionists, and regardless of their opinions on the policies of the Israeli government. While there has been a continuous Jewish presence in the land of Israel over the millennia, the yearning to return to Zion, the biblical term for both the land of Israel and Jerusalem, has been a cornerstone of Jewish communal life since the Romans violently colonized the land, sending Jews into exile two thousand years ago.

Split of Religious Zionism, Otzma Yehudit, Noam parties approved …

| December 29, 2022

The Knesset Arrangements Committee on Sunday approved the requests of the Otzma Yehudit and Noam parties to split from the Religious Zionism party after the three ran together on the same list during the election for the 25th Knesset. Noam chairman MK Avi Maoz said during the debate, "We are fulfilling an agreement that was made before the elections, which states that immediately after the elections we will split and we are keeping to our agreements." MK Yitzhak Wasserlauf of Otzma Yehudit said: "We also agreed [to run in] a technical bloc and wish to split off." The Noam and Otzma Yehudit parties have functioned independently of the Religious Zionism party since the elections on November 1. Both parties have conducted their own negotiations with Prime Minister-designate Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party o the makeup and priorities of the new government.

Netanyahu government reconnects with "revisionist Zionism"

| December 29, 2022

The agreement struck between the representative of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud), and that of his future National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir (Otzma Yehudit), provides that the latter will head an autonomous armed force. The Ministry of National Security will take over the attributions of the former Ministry of Internal Security while acquiring new powers

Bezalel Smotrich, the Leader of the Nationalist Religious Zionism Party, is Poised to … – Latest Tweet by – LatestLY

| December 29, 2022

Bezalel Smotrich, the Leader of the Nationalist Religious Zionism Party, is Poised to ... - Latest Tweet by   LatestLY

Book review: Zionism During the Holocaust: The Weaponisation of … – Middle East Monitor

| December 25, 2022

Book review: Zionism During the Holocaust: The Weaponisation of ...   Middle East Monitor

Hundreds of US rabbis pledge to block extremists in Israeli government from speaking in their communities – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| December 25, 2022

Hundreds of US rabbis pledge to block extremists in Israeli government from speaking in their communities   JTA News - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Why well fight Israels new extremist political agenda with the determination of the Maccabees – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| December 25, 2022

Why well fight Israels new extremist political agenda with the determination of the Maccabees   JTA News - Jewish Telegraphic Agency

Israels Election Empowers a More Muscular Religious Zionism

| December 18, 2022

HEBRON, West Bank The Jewish settlement in the city of Hebron, in the occupied West Bank, where a few hundred Orthodox Jews live amid some 200,000 Palestinians, has long been seen as a bastion of the far-right settler movement on the fringes of Israeli society. But after the Israeli election this month, an alliance of far-right parties, led by the Religious Zionism party reflecting the views of radical settlers, became the third-largest political force in Israel

The Noahide Laws :: Zionism Exposed

| December 15, 2022

"With but a few exceptions, the punishment meted out to a Noachid for the transgression of any of the seven laws is decapitation." (1906 Encyclopedia) What few Christians know and what isn't explicitly stated within the US legislation, is that the first and second Noahide laws, which prohibit idolatry and blasphemy, would be transgressed by all Christians. This is because the worship of Jesus Christ is considered idolatry and the name of Jesus is blasphemy according to the Talmud.

Georgia Guidestones – Wikipedia

| October 27, 2022

Former granite monument in Georgia, US The Georgia Guidestones was a granite monument that stood in Elbert County, Georgia, United States, from 1980 to 2022. It was 19feet 3inches (5.87m) tall and made from six granite slabs weighing a total of 237,746 pounds (107,840kg).[1] The structure was sometimes referred to as an "American Stonehenge".[2][3] The monument's creators believed that there was going to be an upcoming social, nuclear, or economic calamity and they wanted the monument to serve as a guide for humanity in the world which would exist after it.[4] It initially garnered little controversy, but it ultimately became the subject of conspiracy theories which alleged that it was connected to Satanism.[5]On the morning of July 6, 2022, the guidestones were heavily damaged in a bombing,[2][6] and were dismantled later that day.[7][8] In late July, Elberton Mayor Daniel Graves announced plans to rebuild the monument.[9] However, on August 8, the Elberton city council voted to donate the remains of the monument to the Elberton Granite Association and return the five acres of land on which the monument was erected to its previous owner.[10] In June 1979, a man using the pseudonym Robert C.


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