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‘Consider Israel: Covenants in History’ looks at Biblical covenants and covenant features as a framework to study much of the Old Testament, the eschatological ‘prophecies’ etc. It highlights the correlation between covenant ‘curses’ and the troubled Jewish History. It traces the relevance of the covenants to the past, and also to present and future unfolding events, which will impact the Jews, and ultimately, the destiny of the world. The book’s description of covenants in relation to covenant features, is different and worth considering. Historical evidences giving support to the study of ancient Israel’s failure as a covenant partner, and the resultant ‘curses’, lend more insights to the God of Israel acting in its history. The (far-reaching and inclusive) New Covenant has been examined, along with a summarized comparison with the Mosaic covenants. The covenant relationship between God/Christ and His people, metaphorically depicted as a marriage bond, is in contrast to Babylonian Paganism (’adulteress’/ ‘harlot’) which has infiltrated ancient Israel and Christianity. Different views on ‘Suffering’ are included in the context of past, present and the predicted future suffering. Chapter 8 concludes with a note of hope especially for Israel for the fulfillment of the promised blessings. There are 4 particular features which may be noticed: (1) The careful research and in-depth study. The arguments presented are based on objective facts and observation of Jewish and contemporary world events, sustained by the weight of reliable and verifiable historical evidences. (2).The writer’s astute personal observations and insightful comments on relevant issues. (3) The book’s ability to whet one’s appetite; it leaves one with ‘constructive discontent’ because it pushes one to find out and to examine more about the topics discussed. (4) The tone of the writing is scholarly yet, informal and conversational. The book is reader- friendly, meant for all readers.
Avraham SelaAncestrally, they are descended from a group of Israelite inhabitants who have connections to ancient Samaria from the beginning of the Babylonian captivity up to the beginning of the Common Era. Population estimates made in 2007 show that of the 712 Samaritans, half live in Holon in Israel and half at Mount Gerizim in the West BankIsrael Central Bureau of Statistics ^ Characterization of the Jewish Population by Level of Religiosity Based on Linkage to Educational Institutions, pYnet.co.il'Israelis in a Jewish diaspora: The multiple dilemmas of a globalized group' in International Migration and the Globalization of Domestic Politics ed19 April 2010
Retrieved 9 February 2014^ Table 2.2, Statistical Abstract of Israel 2007, No"Jews and others, by origin, continent of birth and period of immigration" (PDF)^ "Which Came First- Terrorism or Occupation-Major Arab Terrorist Attacks against Israelis Prior to the 1967 Six-Day War"See also: Demographics of Israel, Ashkenazi Jews, Mizrahi Jews, Sephardi Jews, and Jewish ethnic divisionsIsrael Ministry of Foreign Affairs
External linksAll the greenhouses were destroyedThe process was painful, and displaced millions in both instancesThe late Christopher Hitchens was right when he said this about Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories: "In order for Israel to become part of the alliance against whatever we want to call it, religious barbarism, theocratic, possibly thermonuclear theocratic or nuclear theocratic aggression, it can't, it'll have to dispense with the occupationJews^ Palter, NuritDespite the ongoing debate over the question of who is a Jew among Israeli Jews, the Jewish status of a person, which is considered a matter of 'nationality' by the Israeli authorities, is registered and controlled by the Israeli Ministry of the Interior, which requires a person to meet the halakhic definition to be registered as a 'Jew'
Short summary page with "Breakdown of Fatalities: September 27, 2000 through January 1, 2005." International Policy Institute for Counter-TerrorismThe vast majority lives in the southern parts of the cityKillgore."Facts on the Ground: A Jewish Exodus from Israel" Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, March 2004, pp.18-20 ^ "Jews, by Country of Origin and Age"CoptsAnd I'm a prisoner of that knowledge 5d8a9798ff