"Egypt" Loses Its Power Over Israel on the 15th of Nissan

"...and on the 15th of Nisan they will in the future be redeemed from subjugation to exile.” (Tanhuma, Bo 9)

13 July 2015

Overwhelming Numbers

26 Tamuz 5775

...FIRM — the Fellowship of Israel-Related Ministries– under the banner “For Christ has brought peace to us. He united Jews and Gentiles into one people when in his own body on the Cross he broke down the wall that separated us.

I would call this a declaration of spiritual genocide. It's a quote taken from an article featured on Jewish Israel: Post-modern anti-semitism: proselytizing

Anybody who googles a Jewish subject or who glances at the comments on any Jewish website can see it for themselves. The Xians are overwhelming the Jews just by their sheer numbers. And that's without figuring proselytizing into the equation.

Since we are so few in number - almost like an endangered species - among the rest of mankind, you'd think there would be some sympathy for our need to protect ourselves from these overwhelming numbers. But, no! The world insists, in the name of democracy, in the name of freedom of religion, or whatever, that we must agree to be overwhelmed by waves of Xians, or "refugees", or resident Arabs, etc., until the point of drowning.

And as the article points out, anyone who dares to object or to shout a warning to their fellow Jews is threatened with legal action. Since the courts are in the hands of the Erev Rav, justice will assuredly not be done in these cases. Take this case that was reported yesterday for example.
Café pays NIS 35,000 to Arab man after refusing to let him work
...At the end of his first day on the job, Kis was asked about his ethnicity by the shift manager. When he said he is an Arab, the manager informed him that he could not be employed by the café because it was a kosher restaurant.
The Chief Rabbinate forbids non-Jews from preparing food it certifies as kosher, as required by Orthodox interpretations of Jewish law, but there is no restriction on employing non-Jews as waiters serving the food.
Café Al Hayam Ltd., the company operating the franchise, argued that the man had filed multiple lawsuits against past employers, alleging discrimination.
Presiding judge Keren Cohen acknowledged the plaintiff’s previous lawsuits, but ruled that they did not affect the facts of the case. She awarded Kis NIS 30,000 in damages for the café’s unlawful discrimination and an additional NIS 5,000 for legal fees.
Not only is Israel not a Jewish State, it's fast losing any claim to being a State of Jews as well. All of this is meant to make us cry out for Hashem to save us by bringing Mashiach quickly and with mercy!