No Jewish state before coming of Messiah

From:  jagbir singh <www.adishakti.org@gmail.com>
Date:  Sat Jul 10, 2004  7:37 am
Subject:  No Jewish state before coming of Messiah



Fri Jul 9, 8:34 AM ET

AP

Anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews protest against the Israeli separation barrier outside the World Court in The Hague (news - web sites), Netherlands, Friday July 9, 2004. The International Court of Justice there was Friday delivering its advisory ruling on the legality of the Israeli security barrier in the West Bank. Last December, the UN General assembly, at the Palestinians request, asked the Netherlands-based court for its opinion. Some Orthodox Jews oppose the state of Israel, saying Jews should not have their own state before the coming of the Messiah. (AP Photo/Bas Czerwinski)

http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/040709/481/ams10207091232

Maybe someone should tell them that Jews did get a state after the advent of the Messiah Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. Even the Koran assures that Jews will return to the ancient land prior to the Last Judgment and Resurrection. Muslims have forgotten, rather conveniently, that Allah promised the Jew Diaspora will be gathered together in the land of their biblical ancestors when the promise of the Hereafter comes to pass.

There are so many questions for the Muslims regarding the Koran's confirmation of the Resurrection, questions they have no answers to.

The Koran clearly warns that most humans will not be aware that the Last Judgment and Resurrection is taking place. Any doubt of that today, Saturday, July 10, 2004? i mean more than three decades after Shri Mataji first opened the Sahasrara Chakra (Kingdom of God) within and announced that the Last Judgment and Resurrection has begun. How many are aware of this declaration?

The entire human race have entered the millennium of fulfilled biblical prophecy undertaken by the Shakti of the timeless Sanatana Dharma to end this Dark Age of Kali Yuga. Jews can only wonder how they got the promised land. Christians can only deny the Comforter promised by Jesus to teach them all that He could not reveal during His short stay 2000 years ago. Muslims can only silently refuse to acknowledge Allah's Ruh delivering the Great News of the promised Resurrection of their own revered Koran! But none can escape the consequences of denying the Truth of their own scriptures that the Adi Shakti has declared!

A few may perhaps ask - is the Messiah on Earth? Who and where is this Messiah? i will pose a question on their behalf - Why are the followers of the Messiah so fearful of telling the truth?

jagbir
 

And certainly We gave Musa nine clear signs; so ask the children of Israel.
When he came to them, Firon said to him: 
Most surely I deem you, O Musa, to be a man deprived of reason.
He said: In truth thou knowest that none sent down these (portents),
Save the Lord of the heavens and the earth as proofs, 
And lo! (for my part) I deem thee lost, O Pharaoh.
And he wished to scare them from the land, 
But We drowned him and those with him, all together.
And We said unto the Children of Israel after him: Dwell in the land;
But when the promise of the Hereafter cometh to pass
We shall bring you as a crowd gathered out of various nations.

surah 17:101 -104 Al Isra
(M. Pickthall, The Meaning of the Glorious Quran, U. of Michigan.)

 

To Moses We did give Nine Clear Signs: 
As the Children of Israel: when he came to them, Pharaoh said to him:
"O Moses! I consider thee, indeed, to have been worked upon by sorcery!
Moses said, 
"Thou knowest well that these things have been sent down by none,
But the Lord of the heavens and the earth as eye-opening evidence:
And I consider thee indeed, O Pharaoh, to be one doomed to destruction!"
So he resolved to remove them from the face of the earth: 
But We did drown him and all who were with him.
And We said thereafter to the Children of Israel, 
"Dwell securely in the land (of promise)":
But when the second of the warnings came to pass
We gather you together in a mingled crowd. (2314)

surah 17:101 -104 Al Isra' (The Night Journey)
 

"2314. Some commentators understand the second warning to be the Day of Judgment, the Promise of the Hereafter."

Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'n
(Abdullah Yusuf Ali, The Holy Qur'an, p. 703.)

 

"And it shall come to pass on that day, that the Lord will set His hand again the second time to recover the remnant of His people, that shall remain from Assyria, and from Egypt and from Pathros and from Kush and from Eklam and from Shinar and from Hamath and from the islands of the sea. And he shall set up an ensign for the nations and will assemble the dispersed of Israel and gather together the scattered of Judah from the four corners of the Earth." 

Isaiah 11:11
 


"THE SAGA OF THE LOST TRIBES

Descendants alive today, filmmaker says ...
Lila Sarick, The Globe and Mail

The search for the lost tribes of Israel, dispersed nearly 3,000 years ago, is a romantic quest that has mesmerized explorers and adventurers for hundreds of years. The stakes are tantalizing. Not only is there the thrill of finding people alive today who are the descendants of those who apparently disappeared without a trace, but according to biblical prophecy, their reappearance signals the approach of a Messianic time.

The latest bid to separate the fact from the myth comes from award winning documentary filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici in Quest for the Lost Tribes of Israel... .

Quest documents his travels to Tunisia, Afghanistan, Burma and Uzbekistan. In every place, he found evidence that not only had the Jews been there thousands of years ago but that people still had Israelites names, practices and an Israel consciousness.

"I didn't approach this differently than any other story. I was quite prepared to report there ain't nothing here," Mr. Jacobovici said in an interview. "If I land in Afghanistan and the Pathans say they're Israelites, it's my job to report it honestly."

The quest for the lost tribes was one of the three great mysteries pursued by Western adventurers through the ages, along with the search for the Holy Grail and the Ark of the Covenant.

Of the three, the story of the tribes is the most clearly detailed in the historical narratives of the Bible and other texts.

During the time of King Solomon, 10 of the 12 tribes of Israel lived in an area north of Jerusalem in the Kingdom of Israel, while the tribes of Judah and Benjamin inhabited the southern Kingdom of Judah.

With the Assyrian conquest of the Kingdom of Israel in 721 BC, the 10 tribes were captured, enslaved and deported. They vanished. The tribes of Judah and Benjamin were captured and exiled to Babylon in 586 BC. They were freed 50 years later and allowed to return to Israel.

Historians assume the 10 tribes were not truly lost but assimilated into the larger society...

His quest began inadvertently when he made a film about the Ethiopian Jews. Before they were airlifted to safety in the mid-1980s, Israeli chief rabbi declared they were descendants of the tribe of Dan.

Several years later, Mr. Jacobovici heard about an Israel rabbi claiming to have discovered Jews on the Burmese-Indian border. These people, who called themselves Menmasseh, had ancient songs about crossing the sea with the water parting before them and following a pillar of fire by night and a cloud by day, stories strikingly similar to the biblical account of the exodus from Egypt... .

"If the chief rabbis are right and the Ethiopians are Dan, and if this rabbi is right and these people are Menashe, could this be happening?" Mr. Jacobovici recalled thinking. "If this prophecy were to unfold, what do you think it would look like? Would the tribes come on camel back from heaven? ... Or do they get on boats and airplanes, just regular people buying tickets going to their travel agent and suddenly prophecy can unfold on the nightly news and we don't even know it?"

His quixotic trek took him to Afghanistan, where he found hill-dwelling people who belonged to the tribes of Shinwari, Efredi, Reuveni and Gadun, corruptions, he believes, of the tribal names of Simeon, Ephraim, Reuven and Gad.

They also call themselves children of Isaac, an odd appellation for Muslims who would more likely to follow the tradition of Ishmael, the father of the Arab nation, not his Jewish half-brother Isaac... .

In Central Asia, where Mr. Jacobovici found treasure troves of objects with Hebrew and Aramaic writing hidden away in museum basements, there was, he believes a deliberate effort by the former Soviet Union to suppress the history of the tribes.

In other instances, Western myopia means that dangerous and inaccessible places have simply fallen off our radar. Volumes are written about the Jewish communities of Poland, but next to nothing is documented about the Afghani communities, which are hundreds, if not thousands, of years older.

Citing his journalist's objectivity, Mr. Jacobovici declines to speculate on the biblical prophecy that the discovery of the tribes is the first step toward the end of days.

"All I know is, I went out to look for a story and I came home with the goods," he said.

But for believers, the idea "we may be living in times of ultimate reunification of families is mind-blowing in a very positive way," he said. "The idea that biblical prophecy is unfolding in the nightly news is wow for people." "

The Globe and Mail, Friday, November 20, 1998


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