13 September 2023


28 Elul 5783
Why have nations gathered and why do kingdoms think vain things?  Kings of a land stand up, and nobles take counsel together against the Lord and against His anointed?  "Let us break their bands and cast off their cords from us."  He Who dwells in Heaven laughs; the Lord mocks them.  Then He speaks to them in His wrath; and He frightens them with His sore displeasure.         (Tehillim 2)
THE DUO OF DESTRUCTION - Eisav and Yishmael - Part 1 : The Electrifying Remez of the Vilna Gaon by Rabbi Daniel Glatstein 
Learn the Historic Devastation that Comes When Eisav and Yishmael Unite

THE DUO OF DESTRUCTION - Eisav and Yishmael - Part 2 : How Eisav Uses Yishmael to "Uproot" the Foundation by Rabbi Daniel Glatstein 
Learn the Origins of the Eruv Rav in the Union of Eisav and Yishmael

Guess I was wrong to think that Bin Salman might ban Christians from the Temple Mount if the custodianship was transferred from Jordan to Saudi Arabia. If anything, he might let them build a church alongside the mosque, God forbid!!
In wake of wide Saudi Arabian cultural and social global openness, for the first time in the country’s history it has signed a cooperative agreement with the Vatican to build churches for Christian citizens to advocate the important role of religions and cultures in renouncing violence, extremism, terrorism and achieving security and stability in the world. (Saudi Arabia Signs Deal With Vatican to Build Churches for Christians in KSA)

Mohammed bin Salman's reforms bolster interfaith efforts


  1. Saudis co-hosting UN event aimed at revamping Israeli-Palestinian peace process

    Saudi Arabia will be co-hosting an event on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly next week focused on revamping the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, three UN diplomats told The Times of Israel on Thursday.

    The event, titled “Peace Day Effort for Middle East Peace,” will take place on Monday and is being put on by Saudi Arabia along with the Arab League and the European Union in cooperation with Egypt and Jordan, one of the diplomats said. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres will be the keynote speaker.

    Neither the Israeli nor the Palestinian missions were invited to the event, the UN diplomat said, explaining that it is focused on congregating important global stakeholders on the issue in order to “reinvigorate” the peace process.


    1. Traitors and murderers...

      US Jewish leaders push Biden to include moves toward 2 states in Saudi normalization

      Over 75 current and former American Jewish community leaders have signed onto an open letter to US President Joe Biden, urging him to only pursue a normalization agreement between Israel and Saudi Arabia that includes “measures that tangibly advance prospects for a two-state solution” and reverses “the worrisome trajectory of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.”

      The letter was published Tuesday as Biden addressed the UN General Assembly, where he referred to his administration’s push for further Arab states — chiefly Saudi Arabia — to normalize relations with Israel and its “tireless” work toward a two-state solution with the Palestinians.

      “In practical terms, this would entail halting Israeli settlement expansion in the West Bank and increasing territorial sovereignty for Palestinians, while simultaneously holding the Palestinian Authority accountable to reforms and strengthening its financial stability,” the letter stated. “These steps would arrest the current deterioration of the situation on the ground and advance American interests by improving regional stability and laying the groundwork for two states.

      ...Signatories included the heads of the Reform and Conservative religious denominations, former executives at AIPAC, the American Jewish Committee, the Jewish Federations of North America, the ADL, the Conference of Presidents, and the Jewish Agency along with former US ambassadors to Israel.