19 November 2020

The Internal 'Abraham Accords' and The Final Solution

 3 Kislev 5781

Recently, I wrote an update on what is going on at the "National Leadership Center" (JH-Israel) in Ariel.  More information has now come out.

To briefly recap, this is a "faith-based" [Christian] effort.  It replicates a facility built first in California (JH Ranch) and then exported from the USA to Israel.  They have an exclusive agreement with the Erev Rav regime (Ministry of Education) to be the only ones to offer this 'service' in Israel, whereby, they seek to have every soldier and every school child (starting age 12!) in the nation run through their indoctrination center.  There, they are to be influenced and trained as future leaders in accordance with the goals and agenda of the sponsors.

At first, it appeared to be just another missionary ploy.  They talk a lot about teaching Israeli youth to understand their identity and bring sources from the Tanach.  That would be bad enough considering that the Jewish Tanach taught from a warped Christian perspective to Israeli youth is a catastrophe in itself, but it's much more than that.

Again, the National Leadership Center in Ariel is run by JH Israel who works in collaboration with the U.S. Israel Education Association.

USIEA has established uniquely significant and meaningful ties with Israeli leaders. These include the Prime Minister, Cabinet Ministers, and leaders in the areas of local government, science, education, military and business. USIEA values the Judeo-Christian heritage and both the historical and spiritual significance of Israel; therefore, our relationships are based on deep mutual respect and open dialogue.
A man named Norm Schulz is Chair of the U.S. Israel Education Association Board of Directors, is a founding member and Co-Chair of the of the Integrated Business Roundtable (IBR), and "gives executive leadership to JH Israel, an organization collaborating with the Ministry of Education in shaping Israel’s next generation of leaders."
The hope-giving mission of the Integrated Business Roundtable is deeply rooted in the practical work of the Judea and Samaria Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the vision of its founding partners, Avi Zimmerman and Sheikh Ashraf Jabari.

Mr. Zimmerman is a well-respected advocate for regional economic development, having led foreign investments and development for over 10 years in the city of Ariel, the vibrant capital city of Samaria. In January 2020, Avi transitioned out of his leadership post, with Mayor Shaviro’s blessing, to become President of the Integrated Business Roundtable with its broader mandate to advocate for economic development for the whole of Judea and Samaria.

Sheikh Jabari resides in Judea, in the city of Hebron, and traces his family lineage in the region back more than 800 years. He recalls much more fruitful times prior to the forced segregation and transportation constraints resulting from the Oslo Accords, when it was normal and profitable for Jewish and Palestinian neighbors to trade and conduct business with each other. Ashraf is a strong, eloquent proponent of supporting and accelerating the growth of Integrated Businesses in the region and raising standards of living for Palestinians while political solutions are worked out.

Since inception in 2017, the JS Chamber has grown to serve over 500 business members. Today it comprises over 250 Palestinian-owned businesses, 250 Israeli-owned businesses, and dozens of Integrated Businesses. Arising from the strong reputations and deep relationships of its founders, the Chamber has a well-deserved reputation for fairly serving all members.

In 2018, the Chamber engaged the Milken Innovation Center* at the Jerusalem Institute for Policy Research to create a strategic roadmap to guide the Chamber called the Regional Development Financing Initiative (“RDFI”). The Milken Center is an internationally recognized expert in development strategy for emerging economies and the effective use of impact investments as a catalyst.

The resulting RDFI provides a broad-based assessment that takes full account of long-standing development challenges in the region, including the anti-normalization bans on commerce from the Palestine Authority on the one hand, and the transportation limitations and restrictions rooted in Israel’s security policy on the other.

While clear-headed about long-broken elements of the regional economy, the Milken Center’s report also identifies areas of strength for the Chamber to grow and build upon. The RDFI cites a motivated, entrepreneurial business community; a substantial and available workforce in proximity to Tel Aviv; and a growing base of pragmatic integrated businesses. From this foundation, the RDFI outlined five areas for focused development and investment as most attractive for the region.
  • Technology and Industry, including the emerging Innovation Ecosystem
  • Environmental Renewal
  • Commerce and Service
  • Cultural and Recreational Tourism
  • Transportation and Infrastructure
  • In February 2019, Mr. Zimmerman, Sheikh Jabari and IBR founding partner, the US Israel Education Association (USIEA), hosted the first ever Israeli Palestinian International Economic Forum in Ariel.
On this internationally prominent and shared stage, Avi and Ashraf showcased the Chamber’s growth, the impactful RDFI plan from the Milken Center, and, perhaps most importantly, innovative initiatives from the region’s base of integrated businesses that offer a hope-giving path to shared prosperity for Israelis and Palestinians alike.

Notably, the first Forum was attended by US Senator James Lankford and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman. Both US officials made prepared remarks at the Forum and expressed strong support for the Chamber and its strategy to improve living standards through greater direct investment in Integrated Businesses in the region.

The success and momentum of the Forum crystallized an important next step – creating infrastructure for local and international businesspeople to come alongside the Chamber with experience, mentorship, and capital to invest.

In late 2019, the Sagamore Institute, based in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, joined the Chamber and USIEA as a founding partner to help create the organization known today as the Integrated Business Roundtable. Sagamore is an internationally respected think tank known for its action-oriented policy innovations and its work mobilizing impact investments to repair broken economies.

["Sagamore created an impact investing platform called Commonwealth to offer innovative financial services to expand economic opportunity.  Areas of focus include increasing minority entrepreneurship, improving second change employment for former prisoners, and strengthening the emerging Israeli-Palestinian economy in the West Bank.]

In January 2020, the Integrated Business Roundtable was launched. With a distinctive mission that complements the Chamber, IBR invests in ideas, events, and programs that drive business solutions for shared prosperity in Judea and Samaria[* See also: Milken vs. Davos]

This "Leadership Center" in Ariel has ties which, if followed, take you right to the top of the pyramid.

According to a Walla News report on Thursday, Pompeo will visit the Golan Heights as well as Shomron and Yehudah during his visit to Israel, the first US secretary of state to do so. The US Secret Service, officials at the US Embassy in Jerusalem, and Israel’s Shin Bet are preparing for the historic visit.

Previous U.S. high-ranking officials have always avoided visiting the Shomron and the Golan Heights due to their “disputed status.” The US recognized Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights in March 2019 and later that year, in November, Pompeo annulled the 1978 U.S. State Department decision that Israeli “settlements” in the West Bank are “inconsistent with international law.” According to an Axios report, Pompeo and U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman were the driving forces behind the shift in U.S. policy toward Yehudah and Shomron.

If you haven't figured it out yet, this is nothing less than an 'internal' Abraham Accords being orchestrated between Israel and 'Palestine.'  When you read "integrated" business, think integrated schools and then you will really understand what is happening here.  

It's a lot about making money, but it's even more about 'integrating' Jews with Arabs in the most Jewishly-identified, religious and nationalistically-motivated population in Israel.  And that is because...


In the previous generation, the NAZIS learned that it was impossible to physically eliminate every Jew.  When the threat is so open and obvious, people are harder to control and they fight back.  Therefore, they changed their tactics.  In the name of Progress, Peace, Security, Health, Prosperity, Tolerance, even Ahavat Chinam, etc. they can convince the majority of Jews to cooperate with their own spiritual destruction.  




  1. I was thinking about those of pygmy faith who say we can't declare our sovereignty over the Land of Israel without permission from America. In truth, we can only declare sovereignty over the whole Land of Israel when we accept HKB"H's complete sovereignty over US.

  2. How ironic, this religion is no longer for non-Jews most of whom have given it up. Today it's only for Jews, Heaven help us. These wicked missionaries will soon have nowhere to hide from their shame.

  3. Sovereignty will only come with the coming of Moshiach Tzdkeinu. The whole medina is being led by inside & outside powers that are NOT Jewish. The one's within have Jewish names but no Jewish neshamot. Israel is now under foreign control from all sides. Even the rabbis are not Jewish, except for those who are the real Rabbis and tzadikim. Just as in the time of the Chanukah story, there arose the Macabbees, so may we merit, hopefully, Moshiach who will not only drive out the enemies but eradicate all tumah from Eretz Yisrael. May it be immediate! AMEN v'AMEN!