Israel 365: In a rather shocking revelation, the former deputy director of the Mossad and director-general of the Ministry of Intelligence Services and the Ministry of Strategic Affairs Ram Ben Barak, said that he “doesn’t see any problem with the deputy director of the Mossad being a Muslim-Arab.”
The sentiments were made on the Galatz radio station on a show hosted by Yaakov Bardugo.
In response, Knesset Member Itamar Ben Gvir, (Jewish Power) wrote on his Facebook profile: “When I hear these horrible and despicable statements made by Ram Ben Barak, I understand what the prophet Isaiah meant when he said ‘Your rulers are rogues’.”
Your rulers are rogues And cronies of thieves, Every one avid for presents And greedy for gifts; They do not judge the case of the orphan, And the widow’s cause never reaches them. Isaiah 1:23 (The Israel BibleTM)
Ben Gvir continued saying: “Imagine for a moment that an agent of the Muslim Brotherhood who supports terrorism will be the deputy director of the Mossad, how did we get to this point? Whereby terror-supporting terrorists run the country? We must take down this dangerous and bizarre government. We’re talking about the security of the state of Israel, not some political job.” Read More …
Opinion: Yes, Virginia, there are Israel-hating Jewish leftists in Israel, and they are every bit as dangerous as the ones in the United States Congress today.
“And Isaac called Jacob, and blessed him, and charged him, and said unto him, Thou shalt not take a wife of the daughters of Canaan.” Genesis 28:1
“Because the Lord has sworn: the Lord will have war with Amalek from generation to generation.” Exodus 17:16
The descendants of Esau, who is Edom (Genesis 36:1), have been a constant enemy of Jacob, who is Israel (Gen. 35:10), for over 3500 years.
Amalek is Esau’s illegitimate grandson whose descendants were supposed to be destroyed by Israel’s first king Saul (1 Sam. 15:1-3) but survived only to turn up in Persia (Iran) in one called Haman, who tried to wipe out all the Jews of Persia, modern day Iran (Esther 3:5-6).
King David attempted to kill off the Edomites but 400 survived (1 Sam. 30:17) and eight hundred years later, Edomites joined up with the Babylonian army in the destruction of the 1st temple (Obadiah 1:1-18).
Seventy years after that, at the end of the captivity, we find Ezra 8:1-2 admonishing the Jews who returned from Babylon for marrying into the Canaanite tribes mixing Jewish and Gentile blood.
Does all this sound familiar?
Fast forward to the time of Jesus, there were so many Edomites in Judea the Greeks and Romans called the area Idumea (Mark 3:7-8) and at the trial of Jesus, two distinct groups of Jews can be seen.
1. The Pharisees, Sadducees, and scribes who were from Judea and part Edomite, stirred the people of Judea to call for the release of Barabbas and the death of Jesus at the hands
2. There were multitudes of Jews, mainly from the north in Galilee, who had followed Jesus throughout His ministry and called Him Messiah on Palm Sunday, saying, “Blessed
is He who comes in the name of the Lord” (Matt. 21:9).
In the final book of the OT, Malachi 1:1-5, gives us evidence as to the identity of the Palestinian Arabs in Judea and Gaza today.
Even though Edom has said,
“We have been impoverished,
But we will return and build the desolate places,”
Thus says the Lord of hosts:
“They may build, but I will throw down;
They shall be called the Territory of Wickedness”
There is only One who can end the world’s oldest hatred, and He is prophesied to do just that in Habakkuk 3:3 and Isaiah 63:1-3. His name is Jesus.
Is anyone listening?
Excerpts: “Antichrist: The Search for Amalek” and our video “The First Terrorist” Here