The Prophecy regarding Yishmael (the Arabs/Islam) in Israel according to Pirkei D’Rabbi Eliezer -
Rabbi Ishmael said: In the future the children of Ishmael (the Arabs/Islam) will do fifteen things in the land (of Israel) in the latter days, and they are:
They will measure the land with ropes (to determine the borders of their state)
They will change a cemetery into a resting-place for sheep (and) a dunghill (not allow Jews to access their Holy Sites and desecrate those that fall into their hands).
They will measure with them and from them upon the tops of the mountains (to gain an upper hand on the tops of mountains e.g. the Golan Heights.)
Falsehood will multiply and truth will be hidden (Lies will abound and truth will disappear).
The statutes will be removed far from Israel (Secularism will run rampant and Torah will be far from the Jews).
Sins will be multiplied in Israel
Worm-crimson will be in the wool (the thinnest of threads will be seen as thick rope – e.g. the so-called peace process).
And he (Yishmael) will cover with insects paper and quill (all written agreements and treaties will be treated as null and void)
He will hew down the rock of the kingdom (destroy Jewish structures)
And they will rebuild the desolated cities and sweep the ways (Jericho, Gaza, Shechem)
And they will plant gardens and parks, and fence in the broken walls of the Temple (see the pics of people picnicking on the Temple Mount);
And they will build a building in the Holy Place (The Dome of the Rock)
And two brothers will arise over them,’ princes at the end (Hamas and Fatah?)
And in their days the Branch, the Son of David, will arise, as it is said, ll ” And in the days of those kings shall the God of heaven set up a kingdom, which shall never be destroyed ” (Dan. ii. 44).
Pirke De-Rabbi Eliezer (Aramaic: פרקי דרבי אליעזר, Chapters of Rabbi Eliezar) is an aggadic-midrashic work on Genesis, part of Exodus, and a few sentences of Numbers, ascribed to R. Eliezer ben Hyrcanus (80-118 C.E.), a disciple of Rabbi Yochanan ben Zakai and teacher of Rabbi Akiva.
“Davar” means “word” or “thing” in Hebrew. “Daber” is speak. In Aramaic, Davar is “Davrah.”
“Barah” in Hebrew meant “create” as in B’reishis Barah Elokim - In the beginning Hashem created… Hashem is called the Borei haOlam or Creator of the world.
In Hebew, first person future tense begins with an “Aleph” from the word “ani” meaning “I.” Thus “Kotaiv,” or writing would become “Ani Echtov” Or “I will write.”
Now my friends, here’s the trivia question - Please email me your guesses.
HOW WOULD YOU SAY “I WILL CREATE AS I WILL SPEAK”?
Again, please email me your guesses and I will post the first one who get’s it right.
WE HAVE A WINNER!
Jacob Slinger writes: “Abracadabra. Omg, wow.”
Yup! Abra (abara - I will create) c (k’- like) adabra (adavra - I will speak)
In Latin - Hocus Pocus. Cool, huh?
Literally swaying to the holy music of Chaim David. I wish I could bottle what’s in my heart right now and send it to each and everyone of you! Hashem has saved me from the depths!
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Dovid Melech Yisroel Malka Meshicha!
Three haredi Orthodox men were arrested for spray painting anti-Semitic and anti-Israel graffiti on the Yad Vashem Holocaust museum in Jerusalem.
The men, ages 18, 26 and 27, of Jerusalem and Bnei Brak and reportedly of the Neturei Karta sect, were arrested Tuesday, and reportedly admitted to the crime, which occurred earlier this month.
They are also suspected of being connected to vandalism attacks at Ammunition Hill on Memorial Day and on memorials in the Jordan Valley.
The slogans written in Hebrew, included: “Hitler, thank you for the Holocaust,” “If Hitler did not exist, the Zionists would have invented him,” and “The war of the Zionist regime is not the war of the Jewish people.”
Yad Vashem Chairman Avner Shalev praised the quick and effective work of the police.
“I believe that it was important to know the identities of those who spray-painted the graffiti. The suspects are extremist ultra-Orthodox Jews, anti-Zionists, who are on the fringes of society, and do not represent the majority who respect the memory of the Holocaust,” Shalev said. “Numerous reactions that we received from Israel and around the world, expressing condemnation and repugnance of the graffiti testify that this warped action offended many, and I hope that the court will mete out justice to the criminals.”
Me: The only thing I dispute in this article is calling them “Jews.” Hashem should punish them and their whole self-hating cult.