reply to post by SpeachM1litant
To this you posted some religous philosophy, stating that pagans and non-religous people are ignorant and so forth: You are entiteled to your beliefs
however it is my duty to instruct you that the Torah, the Bible, the Quran or any other religous document do not have an binding affects on
international law and rightfully so, as both the Quran and the Torah have some violent passages dealing with conflict and some passages advocating
First. If you want the opinion of Judaism, read the interpreters of the Torah; the Rabbis. Dont just look selectively either (like sticking to only
certain comments in the Talmud). go through the corpus of religious Jewish literature.
As a matter of fact, it is quite the opposite. Judaism has its philosophica, and so political ideology, and likewise Islam, and likewise Christianity,
and likewise the Secular socialist World controllers. Theres is more pagan based; hence the promotion of New Age, Hinduism, Buddhism, Yoga, etc here
in the west.
I know how international law works; it works in the favor of those who write up international law. To get around it, however is the tricky part. Those
who weild the power are by no means honorable and righteous men, who honor the laws they enact. Sorry. Politics dont work like that, and they probably
never have. Liberals strike down non-liberals. And if you go against the liberalizing agenda of society; to force people to regard homo-sexuality as
moral, to force us to accept an internationalism (which will degrade into a communistic worldwide police state, no doubt) abortion, sexual devience,
and everything else that fits their 'egalitarian' ie; moral relativism, worldview, they impose on us. And you, in your ivory tower, on the team that
is winning, is telling me that i and everyone else has to abide by international law? Has Judaism done anything? How many has Judaism killed? How
many has secular/socialist movements killed? I think if anyone has a working brain, were better of trusting people who believe in the sacred, and
holy, and righteous, then those who deny the holy/sacred, and so we have reason to deny their righteousness (which is often an acting display),.
Israel would dictate it's approach to foreign policy along the lines of religion which would inturn conflict with international law as the outcome of
Israel's foreign policy would most likely violate international law.
Well, we know what the bible says. It is going to happen, you and i both know it. Religious Jews will take control of Israel. They will enforce the
mosaic law (as interpreted by the Rabbis) and they could possibly also expel all Muslims from the country. After that, they will probably destroy the
Dome of the Rock and Al Aqsa. What will this cause? Not simply an Arab uproar; but a WORLD uproar. The prophecies of the bible will meet the world
head on. Israel vs. the nations, as the bible says. Why? Because international law; which is really just a precursor to a veritable world government,
has its own agenda and the interests of religious Jews (aswell as fundamentalist muslims/christians) intereferes with that 'humanistic', and frankly
frightful agenda,who giving their mendacity could become all those horrific things in Brave New World.
If I killed your family and stole you house, then justified it by saying your house is a holy site of my religion, I would be arrested.
Thats a horrible, and very misleading analogy. The temple mount is 'not anyones home'. Theres a very long, and ancient history to this site. This
site has been the focal point of Judaism for millenia. Plus, nobody lives in the Dome of the Rock. No one wll be killed in its removal. I would
actually like to preserve it, in that it is a very old and historical part of Islam. In their interests (but in arrogance they will surely refuse)
they should want it to be transferred to some other city... But, doubt it will happen. The two mosques, one gold lid, the other silver (theres a very
obvious duality in Islamic thought) will be demolished.
Non here claim that Jerusalem is not a holy site of the Jews. What we do claim is that the religous argument has no relevance nor creed in the debate
of international law and the question of Jerusalem
Which is why Israel and the nations are bound to clash. The internationalist UN with its paganizing, socialist agenda, vs. the kingdom of Israel, in
its nascence...possibly with G-d on their side.
Do not doubt it. It will happen. It is both biblically predicted, and politically realistic.
. Would the fact that East Jerusalem is controled by an Arab state or an International Orginization(partition plan) make Jerusalem any less holy for
the Jews? No. As you constantly state, relgion is not confined to within the borders of the modern state.
For one, Jews are not allowed to pray on the holy mount. That is unacceptable. Second, in the terms of Judaism, it is a "Chilul HaShem",
desecration of G-ds name, for the Jews to be subjugated like this. After nearly 2 millenia, give back to them what is theirs, and what they have not
forgotten or lost zeal for.