21 March 2022

An Unjustified Accusation of "Fear"

18 Adar Bet 5782 

The whole world is already at war and has been for quite some time, as I pointed out yesterday regarding the culture war inside Israel. This is the final war led by Gog of Magog. It exists on every level and in all spheres of life. When you can identify who is waging this war, the war against HKB"H, you will know then who Gog is.

There is a psychological aspect to this war, which is the worst because it is hard for most people to understand that there is, in fact, a war on for their minds. One of the silliest and most childish accusations that can be thrown at a person is "oh, you're afraid." They say you have taken a negative stance out of fear - as in the ever popular "homophobic." Oddly, it's effective. No one wants to be viewed as cowardly, fearful, ignorant and backwards, so that's how they paint you if you disagree with them, that is those who are pushing these agendas. "They" have been learning how to manipulate people for decades if not for centuries and this is a very popular tactic. That's why the word "fear" leaped out at me when I saw this headline...
Unlikely allies gather to address polarization and break down barriers of fear between major faiths

Several current and former ambassadors joined hundreds of representative leaders from the three Abrahamic faiths, including well-known Muslim imams, Jewish rabbis and Evangelical pastors to gather together in Dallas, TX and Kansas City, Missouri this week for the Global Faith Forum hosted by the Multi-Faith Neighbors Network.

Themed “Unlikely,” co-founders and co-hosts, Pastor Bob Roberts and Imam Mohamad Magid, noted the events were designed to cultivate multi-faith relationships and guide the next generation to a more inclusive future.

“This type of gathering has never happened before, especially in the heart of the Bible Belt, but we believe it will be the starting point for change,” said Roberts, who served as program host and convener at Northwood Church in the Dallas suburb of Keller. “Historically, Evangelicals have not been in this conversation. When Jesus said, ‘Blessed are the Peacemakers,’ that doesn’t mean just in our group; He was talking about the public square. Our hope and prayer are this Forum will open dialogue, build relationships and facilitate understanding, peace and unity.”

The night began with songs and prayers from each faith, followed by an address from the newly appointed US Ambassador for International Religious Freedom, Ambassador Rashad Hussain.

“Oftentimes, faith leaders are more effective in doing this work than the government,” Hussain said. “You bring the credibility of knowing your congregations. The most powerful way to build bridges is collaboration between government and civil society.”

H.E. Dr. Mohammad Al-Issa, Secretary General of the Muslim World League (MWL), introduced and gave an overview of the groundbreaking Makkah Declaration, which was conceived and created by the MWL in 2019.

Written by a consensus of more than 1,200 respected Muslim scholars, affirmed by over 5,000 Muslim theologians and approved by Islamic leaders of 139 nations, the Charter of Makkah is considered the most important document of modern Islamic history. It encourages peaceful co-existence and ensures religious diversity and human rights for all people.

“The Charter is much more than just a document; it is a roadmap for how we can reconcile our differences, advance peaceful co-existence and create deep and lasting mutual respect,” His Excellency Al-Issa said. “We are stronger when we are together, and we are unbeatable when we stand united and resolved to cultivate lasting friendships and understanding regardless of race, ethnicity, faith, gender or creed.

“From my travels, I’ve learned that whether I am meeting an evangelical leader or a Jewish person, we share many of the same values,” Al-Issa added. “We have all witnessed the discrimination that many in our communities face, and we also share a commitment to a world where intolerance and injustice has no place in our society. We are fostering a more inclusive and equal world, where no forms of prejudice or bias exists.

“This agreement represents our values-based approach to educate the next generation of leaders and place an importance on teaching them how to engage in constructive dialogue,” Al-Issa concluded. “It sets a new course for the future of humanity and ensures lasting peace and prosperity for all.”

Following Al-Issa’s comments, six leaders responded including Rabbi David Saperstein, former ambassador of International Religious Freedom and co-founder of Multi-Faith Neighbors Network; Ambassador Sam Brownback, former ambassador of International Religious Freedom; Walter Kim, president of the National Evangelical Association; Zeenat Rahman, director of the University of Chicago Institute of Politics; Christine Caine, author and founder of Propel Women and The A21 Campaign; and Ambassador David Beasley, executive director of US World Food Programme and winner of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize.

Many of the leaders spoke about the importance of working together to solve global issues that go beyond religion from human trafficking to world hunger.

Another key participant included Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, who experienced proof of concept of the importance of multi-faith relationships and the religious responsibility that comes with religious freedom in the midst of crisis and tragedy. When he and several congregants were held hostage by a Palestinian gunman at nearby Congregation Beth Israel in January, Pastor Bob Roberts joined another local imam and rabbi to work with hostage negotiators and support and care for family members of the hostages.

“We could have experienced no love and no support, but our community and world showed up,” Rabbi Cytron-Walker said. “Building relationships is the foundation to understanding the dignity and beauty of our lives.”

“We have to move from isolation to collaboration, based on covenant,” Roberts said, emphasizing that multi-faith means not having to compromise their theology or identity. “The work of God is more important than our platform. What we need are legitimate, God-fearing, moral, prophetic religious leaders, focused on building meaningful bridges with one another.”

At The Church of the Resurrection in Kansas City on March 9, host Pastor Adam Hamilton said, “Many of us don’t know members of other faiths, and we fear people who are different from ourselves. For Christians, it starts with loving our neighbor, whom Jesus defined as ‘someone different from you.’

“We don’t have to agree on everything to say to one another, ‘We are fellow human beings and my faith enables me to love you,’” Hamilton added. “Many times, when I engage in a conversation with a person of another faith, I come away a better Christian.”

Prior to the first two events, Muslim and Evangelical volunteers joined together to pack approximately 10,000 meals for the underserved in the surrounding DFW community and another 10,000 meals for distribution to the needy throughout greater-Kansas City.

Recognizing the great momentum created by the Global Faith Forum discussions in Dallas and Kansas City, the Multi-Faith Neighbors Network, will hold an additional conference in Washington, D.C.

“We believe it is vital to continue this important dialogue in communities worldwide,” said Magid, Executive Imam of All Dulles Area Muslim Society (ADAMS) Center in Sterling, Virginia and co-host of these events. “These conversations are critical in building bridges that will stop hate, make peace and facilitate lasting relationships.”
One of the greatest lies ever perpetrated upon humanity is this one that claims Islam and Christianity are "Abrahamic faiths" and attributes their founding to Avraham Avinu - one of the most courageous men who ever lived and who would reject them both as avodah zarah, which they clearly are. Avodah zarah is any kind of service of God not specifically commanded by Him.

This is just another in a long line of efforts to create a one-world religion uniting all mankind in opposition to their Creator.  It focuses on relationships among humans rather than on the relationship between the human and his Creator.  That's because their goal is to "phase out"  their Creator and replace Him, God forbid, as if it would ever be possible!!

Only the strength of man's ego surpasses his ability to deceive himself.


  1. How are Moslems idolatrous?
    They're bloodthirsty animals but they do worship only one G-d.

    1. Their religion is avodah zarah - strange worship - because God did not command any of it from them. They may worship only one god but it's the wrong one. Their god tells them to kill Jews wherever they find them.

    2. Also of the understanding they tend relate to God in a Pesel Micha manner by pretty much using him as a convenient prop (if not outright extension of themselves) to legitimize whatever they intended to do anyway while purporting to do it in his name from its very beginnings.

      The fact it is a more subtle form of idolatry compared to Xianity tends to get lost when comparing the two though does go some way to explaining the apparent discrepancy that has bothered me for quite a while concerning both systems of foreign worship, as even the commonly cited Rambam's responses (e.g. a Jew can enter a mosque, etc) seem to be motivated more by practical considerations at the time he lived than a true reflection of his beliefs. IIRC he likely publicly denied Jews believed in reincarnation because with the exception of a few unorthodox sects it was widely rejected by mainstream Moslems.

    3. I guess that makes sense...I just assumed that bc we are allowed to enter a mosque it wasn't Avodah Zarah...but put into that context it makes 100% sense...it always bothered me how can they be considered G-d fearing if they are murderous thieves...so..they are all just basically supposed to follow sheva mitzvos bnei noach and that's all the religion they get..are they allowed to learn Torah and Torah shel baal peh..bc I know a lot of the Noahides do...I think some of them even keep mitzvot like kosher..is that on target for them

    4. No, they are not allowed to learn Torah. This is the halachah. And the Ramchal expounds that because their soul is not fit for it, the learning can actually damage them. To learn Torah, you need the higher level of soul that comes with being a Jew. If a goy wants more, he can convert.

  2. all this "interfaith" hoax is coordinated from the Agenda and reflects the shittuf of the "free"masons cult. https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/324371

  3. First, both Jesterhead & efraims' comments are right on perfect.
    They are spot on with their answers.
    This culture war and this threesome agenda is all part of the nwo takeover of humanity, Jerusalem. They couldn't kill off the Jews, so they are trying as hard as possible to deJudaize Israel and the Jewry. This is a direct war against the Creator and we just need to wait to see what Hashem will do. We know the end of the story, B'H. May our salvation come soon with our righteous Moshiach!
    The wicked never think they can be outsmarted. Very smart, ha,going against the Creator! H' is laughing!

  4. Agree with efraim. We are near the end before Moshiach is here and only H' will be able to undo all this evil that is now befalling the world and only through His righteous servant, Moshiach who will soon be revealed, will the world know peace & tranquility and all the world will know there is only Hashem!