25 September 2018

A Major Attack on Israel During Sukkot

16 Tishrei 5779
Chol Hamoed Sukkot
Moadim l'Simchah!

The plan, God willing, is to continue the series on "The Three Wars..." at the conclusion of the holidays, but meanwhile, the Third War is ongoing and it is uniquely tied to Sukkot. Therefore, with God's help, we will deal with various aspects of what constitutes a major attack by the nations this week.

No one who has ever witnessed the "Parade of Nations" taking place in the streets of Jerusalem during the Intermediate Days of Sukkot can fail to detect the aura and attitude of conquerors about the participants. They act like the city and the holiday belong to them, like they are the hosts and we the mere guests. It's not your imagination. There is a reason for that.

While the public reason for the parade is that it is to express love, solidarity and support for Israel, there are deeper reasons, more compelling reasons, truer reasons for why Christians flock to this city at this particular time.

The International Christian Embassy Jerusalem which sponsors, organizes and manages the parade has this to say about it...
Zechariah foretold of a time when all nations will ascend to Jerusalem each year to "worship the King, the Lord of hosts, and to keep the Feast of Tabernacles” (14:16).
Thus we also keep Sukkot now because of this future prophetic purpose. Throughout the Messianic Age, the entire world will celebrate this feast because it will mark the return of Jesus to the earth. But for now, Christians flocking to Jerusalem to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles is a powerful statement of faith demonstrating that we believe the Millennial Kingdom of Jesus is coming.

For the past 35 years, Christians from all over the world have come to Jerusalem each fall to celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles, sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. They come to take part in a dynamic worship experience and to taste of the joy of the Lord in the age to come.

The Feast of Tabernacles is always a wonderful foretaste of that future time when all peoples will come up to Jerusalem to celebrate Sukkot. It is a prophetic statement that our Lord is indeed coming soon. And it declares to Israel and the nations that a new day is dawning. The King is coming, and we are here to rejoice in His transforming power and soon arrival.
No truly Torah-observant Jew who is faithful to the covenant with HKB"H can condone, much less, enjoy, this horrible chillul Hashem!! It is an attack on everything that Torah-loving Jews hold dear in our holiest city at the time of our greatest joy.

Note that it is not just the parade. This has turned into a week-long extravaganza of idolatrous worship and praise of a false deity and the expressed desire and invitation* that Am Yisrael join in.  

SCHEDULE

Ein Gedi Celebration
Garden Tomb Service
Bus Tours
Jerusalem March
Israeli Guest Night*
Prayer Vigil

Speakers include Christians and Jews.

Hashem yerachem aleynu! Real joy will come when our enemies are no more and we are at peace and without interference from the nations of the world - when they will have cast all idols and false worship aside. 

Just because they don't carry guns or knives and bombs are not exploding does not mean this is not a war, People! It's war by other means!! That's what makes it all the more dangerous to Klal Yisrael who are putting up NO defense!!!

13 comments:

  1. "UNTO THE NATIONS: WHAT ONE THING IS MISSING FROM ISRAEL’S HOTELS?” by (rabbi) Tuly Weisz – A Bible in every hotel in Israel!!
    Notwithstanding what might occur in those rooms that is not conducive to tznius.
    Simchas Chag HaSukkot

    ReplyDelete
  2. B"H

    Kol Hayedudi is reporting that xtian missionaries built a Sukkah at the Yafo / HaTurim junction here in Jerusalem. There they are trying to drag Jews into their treife Sukkah in order to spread xtian idolatry.

    People have already informed Yad le'Achim and the counter missionary organization is warning Jews passing by not to get involved with xtian idolatry. As a matter of fact, most Jews walking by wouldn't think that there could be a treife xtian Sukkah.

    Miriam from the Shearim blog

    http://www.hakolhayehudi.co.il/item/security/734-%D7%91%D7%9B%D7%99%D7%A4%D7%95%D7%AA-%D7%95%D7%90%D7%A8%D7%91%D7%A2%D7%AA-%D7%94%D7%9E%D7%99%D7%A0%D7%99%D7%9D-%D7%A4%D7%A2%D7%99%D7%9C%D7%95%D7%AA-%D7%9E%D7%99%D7%A1%D7%99%D7%95%D7%A0%D7%A8%D7%99%D7%AA-%D7%91%D7%99%D7%A8%D7%95%D7%A9%D7%9C%D7%99%D7%9D

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. In general, the mission of Christianity is to conquer peoples lands and pretend to blend in and be peaceful while they corrupt and degregade the host society and they generally have no reason to come to Israel but this is the war that the evil side of edom is waging but thankfully there are people like Islam and others who are fighting against them and that is the last war
      Jack

      Delete
  3. There's no defense because they are given carte blanche by the govt and so, the uninformed public think it's okay. Am sure there are many observant Jews who think 'it's great', r'l. H' y'rachem!

    ReplyDelete
  4. From The Jerusalem Bus Map Facebook page...

    HEADS UP: Due to the Jerusalem March taking place TOMORROW, September 27, the following bus routes will be detoured between 3:30 PM and 7 PM. The Jerusalem Bus Map will NOT reflect the impact of these detours. Also, please be advised that due to the magnitude of the street closures, other buses throughout the city may be delayed due to traffic congestion. You may wish to allow extra time to reach your destination if you are traveling during this time.

    Route 1: CBS bound service operates on detour from Zion Gate to HaNevi’im (bypassing Mamila and Kikar Safra). No change to Kotel bound service.

    Route 7/7A: Givat Ram bound service operates on detour from Derech Beit Lehem/Emek Refaim to the Israel Museum (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, Keren Hayesod, King George, Kikar HaDavidka, Kiach, Bezalel, and Kiryat Hamemshala). Ramat Rachel/Diplomat service operates on detour from the Supreme Court (Zussman/Rabin) to Derech Hevron/Remez (bypassing Bezalel, Kiach, Kikar HaDavidka, King George, Keren Hayesod, and the Old Train Station)

    Route 9: CBS bound service from Givat Mordechai operates on detour from the Israel Museum to Kikar HaDavidka (bypassing Rehavia, Bezalel, and Kiach). Givat Mordechai bound service from the CBS/Romema operates on detour from Kikar HaDavidka to the Israel Museum (bypassing Kiach, Bezalel, and Rehavia).

    Route 13: Service suspended in both directions between Jabotinsky and the City Center/Kikar HaShabbat (no service on King David, Agron, King George, Yishayahu, and Strauss), no change to service between Talpiot and Jabotinsky in either direction

    Route 15: Talpiot bound service operates on detour from CBS to Sderot Hazaz (bypassing the stops on Sderot Ben Tzvi). CBS bound service operates on detour from Sderot Hazaz to the CBS (bypassing the stops on Sderot Ben Tzvi)

    Cont'd...

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Routes 17/19/19A: Har Hatzofim bound service operates on detour from Kikar Tzarfat to Heil Handasa (bypassing Rehavia, Bezalel, King George, and HaNevi’im). Givat Masua/Hadassah-Ein Kerem bound service operates on detour from Kikar HaDavidka to Herzog/Tchernichovsky (bypassing Rehavia)

      Route 18: CBS bound service operates on detour from Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem to HaNevi’im (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, King David, and Kikar Safra). Malha bound service operates on detour from Kikar HaDavidka to Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem (bypassing King George, Keren Hayesod, and Liberty Bell Park).

      Route 22: Pisgat Ze’ev bound service operates on detour from Kikar Tzarfat to Strauss (bypassing King George). Talpiot bound service operates on detour from Strauss to Kikar Tzarfat (bypassing King George), note that the Talpiot bound detour may begin at Kikar Shabbat instead and the stops on Strauss will be bypassed as well if warranted by the police.

      Routes 25/45: Neve Yaakov bound service operates via Agripas instead of Bezalel. No change to CBS bound service.

      Route 30A: Gilo bound service operates via Minheret Tzahal instead of King David and David Remez.

      Route 32: Ramot bound service operates on detour from Kikar Tzarfat to Kikar HaDavidka (bypassing King George). Gilo bound service operates on detour from Agripas/Mahane Yehuda to Kikar Tzarfat (bypassing Kiach and King George).

      Route 34/34A: Har HaTzofim bound service operates on detour from Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem to Strauss (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, Keren Hayesod, and King George). Talpiot/Givat HaMatos bound service operates on detour from Strauss to Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem (bypassing King George, Keren Hayesod, and Liberty Bell Park), note that the Talpiot bound detour may begin at Kikar Shabbat instead and the stops on Strauss will be bypassed as well if warranted by the police.

      Cont'd...

      Delete
    2. Route 38 will operate on its normal route as far as Zion Gate, then operate via a detour route directly to Jaffa Gate (bypassing the Cinematheque, Remez, Keren Hayesod, Agron, and Mamila) and resume the normal route from that point.

      Route 49: Neve Yaakov bound service operates on detour from Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem to Heil Handasa (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, King David, and Damascus Gate).

      Route 51: Malchei Yisrael bound service operates on detour from Maale HaShalom to Strauss (bypassing Jaffa Gate, Mamilla, and Kikar Safra). No change to Har HaZeytim bound service.

      Routes 71/72: Gilo bound service operates on detour from Strauss to Derech Hevron/Remez (bypassing King George, Keren Hayesod, and the Old Train Station), note that the Gilo bound detour may begin at Kikar Shabbat instead and the stops on Strauss will be bypassed as well if warranted by the police. Ramot bound service operates on detour from Derech Hevron/Remez to Strauss (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, Keren Hayesod, and King George).

      Routes 74/75: Har Homa bound service operates on detour from Kikar HaDavidka to Derech Hevron/Remez (bypassing King George, Keren Hayesod, and the Old Train Station). Har Nof bound service operates on detour from Derech Hevron/Remez to Kikar HaDavidka (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, Keren Hayesod, and King George).

      Route 77/77A: French Hill bound service operates on detour from Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem to Strauss (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, Keren Hayesod, and King George). Malha bound service operates on detour from Strauss to Emek Refaim/Derech Beit Lechem (bypassing King George, Keren Hayesod, and Liberty Bell Park), note that the Malha bound detour may begin at Kikar Shabbat instead and the stops on Strauss will be bypassed as well if warranted by the police.

      Route 78/78A: Talpiot Mizrach bound service operates on detour from Kikar HaDavidka to Derech Hevron/Remez (bypassing King George, Keren Hayesod, and the Old Train Station). CBS bound bound service operates on detour from Derech Hevron/Remez to Kikar HaDavidka (bypassing Liberty Bell Park, Keren Hayesod, and King George).

      Route 83/83A will operate on its regular route from Ma’ale HaZeytim to Ma’ale Hashalom and then proceed straight to the Jewish Quarter and use the regular route to return to Ma’ale HaZeytim (no service at the Cinematheque, Old Train Station, King David, or Kikar Tzahal)

      Route 163: CBS bound service operates on detour from Zion Gate to HaNevi’im (bypassing Mamila and Kikar Safra). No change to Kever Rachel bound service.

      Moadim l'simcha from www.jerusalembusmap.com!

      Delete
  5. Thank you so much Devash, as my husband and I were going out today, and now we will delay till tomorrow. All our buses are being detoured and we won’t be able to get home ;-( Disgusting! BTW That antisemite in Britain is going to cause a mass exodus of Jews from England. Plus, I read a very interesting paper that (predicts) says the year 2020 will witness the largest influx of immigrants to Eretz Yisrael, and it will be the last such. IY”H Guess what that would do to the housing market!? A Good and Joyous Moed to you and your family.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Glad to be of service. :-) Moadim l'simchah!

      Delete
  6. Cannot find a map of the parade route. Did anyone find one?

    ReplyDelete
  7. A large percentage of the Nazi murderers were religious Christians.

    Eli
    London

    ReplyDelete
  8. Those who say the daily Tehillim will read these lines today in Psalm: 83
    2. O God, do not be silent; do not be quiet and do not be still, O God.
    3. For behold, Your enemies are in uproar, and those who hate You have raised their head.
    4. They plot deviously against Your nation, and conspire against those sheltered by You.
    5. They say, "Come, let us sever them from nationhood, and the name of Israel will be remembered no more.”
    6. For they conspire with a unanimous heart, they made a covenant against You-
    Eli

    ReplyDelete