|T-R (Tribal Reports) brings News Items, Historical Notices and Other Relevant Information from Nations amongst whose population we find a significant proportion of Israelites from the Ten Lost Tribes.|
Contents in Alphabetical Order
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1. Bo Ronn from Sweden. Malmo Jews Under
Good Day Yair Davidiy,
With this e-mail I wish to let you know what has happened to Malmo in Sweden, with open doors to Muslim immigration.
Shalom / Bo Ronn
Join in Solidarity with Malmo's Embattled Jewish Community.
Malmo Sweden's third largest city was once a haven for Holocaust survivors. In 2012, its rabbi and his family suffer continual anti-Semitic abuse and hate attacks which Malmo police ignore. At the same time, Malmo powerful mayor, Ilmar Reepalu scapegoats Jews as loyal only to Israel.
Instead of protecting the small Jewish community, he denies any responsibility for the outrageous situation, dismissing criticism his record as the work of the "Israel lobby".
2. France. Colonizing and Decolonizing French Algeria, 1830-1962.
An Arab Transfer of Europeans.
The colonization of Algeria was so successful that during World War II General Charles de Gaulle, head of the Free French (Fighting French), lodged his exiled government in Algiers, Algeria, beginning on May 30, 1943. There he remained until the Allied Powers routed the Germans out of France. (22)
Only a decade later, Algeria began its bloody fight for independence from France. The European colons initially sided with the French, but in the end turned against French President de Gaulle who became persuaded that Algeria should be independent. (22) When Algeria gained her independence in 1962, almost all the Europeans left Algeria for good. From a high of more than 15% of the population before the war for independence, they now comprise less than 1% of the population. The current population of Algeria is 33,333,216 (July 2007 estimate). Ninety-nine percent of the population is Arab-Berber Sunni Muslim.
(a) Musicians Forced to Cancel Tour of Israel.
Shatter accuses Palestine group of cyberbullying.
By JEROME REILLY
Sunday May 06 2012
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has launched a blistering attack on the Irish Palestinian Solidarity Group (IPSG), accusing them of "cyberbullying" folk group Dervish who were forced to pull out of a planned concert in Israel after a concerted campaign.
The band cancelled the tour planned for June, citing an "avalanche of negativity" and "venom" directed towards them on social media websites. Dervish singer Cathy Jordan said the band members were not politically minded and were only due to go on the three-date tour at the invitation of an Israeli friend and musician called Avshalom.
The group said they have opted out of the tour because they were unaware there was a cultural boycott in place when they agreed to the performances. In fact, there is no official boycott of Israel and artists are free to play in the country if they wish.
Now Mr Shatter, who is Jewish, has delivered a broadside against the band's critics.
"The Irish Palestinian Solidarity Group's action in directing its members to 'target' the website of the musical group Dervish in order to intimidate the group into cancelling their planned concerts in Israel is nothing other than cyberbullying.
(b) Ireland: Tamar Yonah (Arutz-7, Israel) calls to Support Irish4Israel
posted in Judea and Samaria- The Land of G-d
Tamar Yonah 7:03pm May 20
Help the Irish People who love Israel, to love us even more! Please click LIKE on their page to help stop a boycott on Israel/YESHA products.
To foster a more positive understanding of Israel within the Irish community.
'It is impossible to rightly govern the world
without God or the Bible'
Brit-Am is the "still small voice" that contains the truth.
[1-Kings 19:12] AND AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE A FIRE; BUT THE LORD WAS NOT IN THE FIRE: AND AFTER THE FIRE A STILL SMALL VOICE.