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Tamar Yonah is one of Israel's most popular English-speaking radio show hosts. She made Aliyah from Southern California and after serving in the Israeli army began a prolific career in radio, including production, news and program development. She was the original creator and producer of 'The Aliyah Show' and still works whenever she can in that field. Tamar is a political activist, wife and mother residing in Judea and Samaria and currently hosts the top-rated shows of The Weekend Edition & The Tamar Yonah Show. Her award winning blog covers current events, religion, politics and anything else that's on her mind.
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Betsy, a listener wrote in a very interesting question to my weekly guest, former Islamic terrorist, Walid Shoebat, on “Everything You Wanted to Know About Arabs But Were Afraid to Ask”. Betsy asked,
"Hi, This is a two part question (because I'm not sure about the answer to the 1st part). One, where did the philistines come from? I thought they were not from Abraham. Two: if the Palestinians insist they are the philistines, doesn't that shoot a giant hole in their claim to the Land and their religion as well? "
Philistines or Arabs? You can't have it both ways.
But such support causes a major problem to the faith of anyone who supports such a claim be it Christian or Muslim. Hadrian replaced the shrines of the Jewish Temple and the Sepulcher in Jerusalem with temples to pagan deities. Hadrian was an enemy of the Bible, so the question should be, if we support Hadrian’s changing the name to Palestine, why then not support his other changes, and keep the names to the holy places giving these pagan names? Again, you can’t have it both ways.
(This is a re-post of a blog I wrote back in 2007 around the time of the Annapolis peace talks. However, I believe it is still pertinent today, and I talked about this on my most recent radio show.)
This is where I live, this is where my house is, this is where my children were born and raised. This is where my ancestors lived. This is the region that G-d gave to the 12 tribes of Israel. They want to cut our heart out, wrest Jerusalem from us, and make it into a Palestinian state. Dig down in the earth here, you will find JEWISH, not Arab artifacts. This is where Jewish Kings ruled. There were never any 'Palestinian' kings, and a country of 'Palestine' never existed. Palestine was the Jewish Homeland. My father was a 'Palestinian'. Most Arabs came in to this 'Jewish' region looking for work as more and more Jews came home and joined their brothers who were here for centuries. These Arabs would be insulted if they were called, 'Palestinians' which meant JEW. They were either Egyptians, or southern Syrians.There was never even an Arab Palestinian currency in all these centuries. The REGION known as Palestine was part of the Ottoman Empire (1299 to 1922) and therefore used TURKISH currency. When the British came in after WWI, they made the Land of Israel the ‘British Mandate of Palestine’, and the Egyptian pound was used until 1927. Egyptians swarmed into Israel for jobs, as the Arabs living in Gaza do today, crossing into Israel where they earn higher wages.
Though my father is not in this photo, here is a picture of Palestinian Jewish Parachutists in World War II.
The British then made what is called, the Palestinian pound, which was of course equal in value to the British pound sterling.
Did you skip over reading all those peace plans and summits? No fair. Read them each, and concentrate on them. We bled and paid a high price for each one of those 'solutions for peace'.
The corrupt Palestinian Authority has forfeited its right to exist. It has encouraged, born, fostered, and sponsored terrorism. It has violated it's commitments it made in every peace treaty signed, which was to stop their violence and terror. We should mete out justice to those Arab terrorists and leaders who have spilled our people’s blood, to those Arab leaders who hold our soldiers captive, and to all the Arab and Moslem nations who conspire against us with threats of annihilation.
We should also bring to justice any of our own leaders (whom I shall not name here) who have become corrupted, accepted bribes, armed our enemies, and released convicted terrorists. To these politicians who have sold themselves out, well, as an acquaintance of mine says, “They give ‘working girls’ a bad name. The Knesset today is the biggest brothel in Israel.”
Dan, a listener, wrote me this email:
I believe God created women to be happy. They radiate the feminine qualities of the Mind of God.
Women naturally think like God thinks in that He does not see Himself as separate from His Creation. Women do not see themselves as separate from their unborn babies.
I call this feminine way of thinking Unitive.
Men need to learn Unitive thinking to improve their relations with women. For example, a man comes home and sees his wife is miserable. Since a woman thinks Unitively, his wife will want to either share her misery with him or to share his will that she be happy. An intelligent man will take this approach:
He will tell her when they are first dating that the rules governing male and female relationships are that it is illegal for women to be unkissed, unloved, untouched, unhappy and unappreciated. Then explain Unitive thinking. And then say that he thinks unitively, so he will every day offer her the choice to be as happy as she can be every day. And, if she is not happy, he has the right to arrest her for the crime of unhappiness. To arrest is a French word and means stop.
The man puts his arms around the woman and holds her until she is as happy as the man who loves her wants her to be, and not as miserable as her ego thinks she should be.
All women need to be arrested because no woman has been as happy as God had intended her to be.
* Dan's brief bio that he wrote me:
"I am an American. A fan of the Tamar Yonah show. I am a retiree. I worked at a couple of dot coms and was a technical trainer at one of them before retiring. I loved school. I went to half a dozen universities and studied 8 years full time as an undergraduate. I have taken up writing as a hobby. Lately, I have written a couple of romances that are unpublished."
Dan thinks all women need to be arrested. What do you think?
Hijazi and all those that agree with him should take a look at my blog below this one entitled:
Look also how many Egyptians are cheering his speech. Does not bode well, but good thing we have G-d's promise that Israel will prevail.
PM Binyamin Netanyahu has a lot on his mind and a lot to juggle. The Iranian Nuclear Threat, Missiles on the South, Jewish Communities in Judea & Samaria (to demolish or not?), the 'Social Justice' protests in Tel Aviv, etc. etc. etc. Many would agree that the biggest threat against Israel is its total annihilation if Iran were to successfully launch weapons of mass destruction against the entire State of Israel. Does the Prime Minister think that he needs the International Community on his side to take care of the Iranian threat? Is he afraid of an 'escalation' in the south if he takes care of the terrorists in Gaza 'once and for all'? Is he afraid if he opens up a real war front on the Gaza strip that (besides the Hamas) Hezbollah and other enemies of Israel will jump in and escalate it to a wider major Middle Eastern war? And if so, is this why he comes out with statements that he must [only] return security to Israel (meaning the status quo?) as opposed to, "We will destroy the enemy completely and thus its threat against our citizens in Israel, once and for all" ?
I don't have to add anything to this open letter to the Prime Minister of Israel, sent to me from Miriam Goodman, a resident of southern Israel.