Ten Tribes Studies (17 July, 2014, 19 Tammuz, 5774)
I bought 5 books from you.Â Hope that helps a little.Â bless you in all you set your hand to!Â Â leorah
It helps a lot. The money enables us to function. Eventually you will read the books. Perhaps others will also borrow them from you.
This helps spread the message.
Spreading the message concerning Israelite Ancestry is what we are here for.
God bless you
2.Â Tom :Â The State of Israel Needs to Repent!
re JN-1061. Special Issue
Jerusalem News. The Magic 6 by Rabbi Moshe Gafni (16 July, 2014, 18 Tammuz, 5774)
I for one, have no doubt that everything happening lately, and the shame some hooligans have brought on the great empire of Israel,Â is a direct result of the shame the empire tried to place on G-O-D's true believers and followers.
It starts slow and it will grow until our leaders will cease being too proud to admit their mistake and bring back everything they took from the Torah world.
Winston Churchill once reported:
# Disraeli, the Jew Prime Minister of England, and Leader of the Conservative Party, who was always true to his race and proud of his origin, said on a well-known occasion: "The Lord deals with the nations as the nations deal with the Jews." #
The Ultra-Orthodox are in effect the Jews among Jews in our day.
As the Jews relate to the Ultra-Orthodox among them so will the world do to the Jews in general.
3. Armenian Antagonism to YAIR DAVIDIY and Brit-Am!
A book that seems to claim the Turks ofÂ Turkey and the Jews have banded together to harm the Armenians also makes mention of Yair Davidiy and Brit-Am. It even has an insight of interest if applied in a different direction.
The Demon In Diplomacy: Alliances Based On Affinity
Â Z. S. ANDREW DEMIRDJIAN, PH.D, 2009
This book (in chapter 19) accuses Yair Davidiy of promoting the idea of brotherhood between the Ancient Israelites and the Khazars and (by implication) also with the USA.
The author is an Armenian. As background, Armenia is in the border region between Turkey and the Caucasus area.
The Armenians are Christians. At times they were independent and had powerful kingdoms in the area.
The European Crusaders attempted to reconstitute Armenia as a client kingdom and Christian satellite in the Middle East.
In recent centuries the Armenians were ruled over by the Turks and suffered from them frequently.Â This culminated in the massacres of 1915-1923.
Apart from being non-Muslims and Christians the Armenians were also suspected by the Turks of being pro-Russian. There is an Armenian element amongst the Russian peoples.
The Ten TribesÂ wereÂ also once in the region of Armenia.
The ancient Kingdom of Urartu bordered Assyria and played an important role in the early history of the Ten Tribes after their exile.
Urartu was destroyed but its former inhabitants intermixed with newcomers from Phrygia to the west. Roughly speaking, the Armenian people resulted from this union.
Numerous Jews were also there from the earliest times.
There was much intermarriage.
Certain Armenian clansÂ and prominent families traditionally had Jewish origins.
Nevertheless there was often bad blood between them.
Armenians persecuted Jews when they were able.
Armenians have had ambivalent attitudes towards the Jews. Some are very friendly, others are virulently antagonistic.
Many Armenians admired Hitler and still do. There was an Armenian unit in the Waffen SS.
Armenians consider themselves an island of Indo-Europeans in a Sea of Asiatics.
Jews, like Armenians, were also subjects of the Turks in the Ottoman Empire. At times they were treated reasonably and at other times they suffered.
In World War-1 it was thanks to the intervention of German (sic!) officers that all the Jews in Palestine were not massacred.
As it was, two-thirds of the Jews then in Palestine either died of sickness and starvation or were forced to emigrate
The author does not mention this but rather seems to assume that the Khazars were Turks, Jews are Khazars, the Turks hurt the Amernians, therefore Jews being also Turks are to blame and a danger!
Anyway the facts do not matter to Judeophobes and it is apparent that some Armenians insist on blaming Jews for the way the Turks treated them.
This book seems to do the same.
I only skimmed through the few sample pages available from the Amazon presentation and sales spiel.
Turkey and the Jews of Israel are accused of using the USA to serve their own interests.
Muslims and Europeans do not like the USA and the author seems to agree with them.
The author does not seem to state explicitly exactly WHAT he wants to say. Perhaps he does not really know?
Anyway he seems to imply that by Yair Davidiy saying the Khazars were from the Ten Tribes they were therefore AncientÂ Israelites. Since, in the mind of the writer, the Ashkenazi Jews were descended from the Khazars this creates some kind ofÂ association between the Jews and Ancient Israel and by implication the USA.Â This in effect is what we do say BUT we say it because the USA is also an Israelite nation. The author does not mention this aspect of our teaching.
The author says (amongst other things):
# The idea of brotherhood is being made popular by Yair Davidiy and his disciples... through many "Brit-Am" centers in the world with a greater concentration in the United States and Israel. Additionally Davidiy has written a number of books and has endowed many articles on the Internet, rendering his Website a busy ciber destination. #
Yair Davidiy DID write an important book about the Khazars.
More people should read it. We prove the Khazars were descended from the Ten Tribes.
We do not however think that most Jews are descended from the Khazars though if they were it would not matter.
For us, the Khazars are a side issue.
The bottom line is that the Jewish People and the Israelite Nations from the Ten Tribes are BROTHERS.
They have obligations to each other.
We therefore do teach BROTHERHOOD though not in the way Demirdjain explains it.
In these times the State of Israel especially should be helped sustain itself against the Muslim savages and the rest of the world.
Instead of helping, some of the nations in which the Lost Israelite presence is significant are against Israel, e.g. Norway, Eire, etc.
They need to repent while they can.
Perhaps we really are more important than we realize?
We teach truths that otherwise might be largely ignored.
In one way or another our teachings do reach many people.
They make an impression.
Not only quantitively but also in quality they who listen to us may be of great potential importance.