Question About Israelites and the Ancient Greeks Could you comment with details the verse Isaiah 66:19? Don't you think
that Javan (or Yavan) could refer to Greece and the "islands afar off" could
refer also to Greece?
Isaiah speaks of Israelites (and Jews from Judah) returning from amongst the
Gentiles. It sounds like that up unto that time they had been assimilated
amongst them and considered Gentiles. It may well that a portion of the Ten
Tribes had sojourned amongst the Ancient Greeks.
Irish legends mentions this several times.
Both Isaiah and Joel mention Israelites and people from Judah amongst the
19 I will set a sign among them; and those among them who escape I will send to
the nations: to Tarshish
who draw the bow, and Tubal
to the coastlands afar off who have not heard My fame nor seen My glory. And
they shall declare My glory among the Gentiles. 20 Then they shall bring all
your brethren for an offering to the LORD out of all nations, on horses and in
chariots and in litters, on mules and on camels, to My holy mountain Jerusalem,
says the LORD, as the children of Israel bring an offering in a clean vessel
into the house of the LORD. 21 And I will also take some of them for priests and
Levites, says the LORD.
22 For as the new heavens and the new earth
Which I will make shall remain before Me, says the LORD,
So shall your descendants and your name remain.
4 Indeed, what have you to do with Me,
and all the coasts of Philistia?
6 Also the people of Judah and the people of Jerusalem
You have sold to the Greeks,
That you may remove them far from their borders.
Here we see that Phoenicians (from Tyere and Sidon) as well as Philistines had
sold Jewish captives to the Greeks (Yavanim).
John Salverda has produced a series of interesting articles linking Greek
Mythology to Hebrew prototypes.
Perhaps there is a connection?
See: "Helleno-Yishurin. The Hebrew
Origin of Greek Legends"
by-John R. Salverda
http://www.britam.org/salverda/salverdacontents.html 2. Proposed Expulsion of Arab
Populations Compared to Anti-Jewish Actions by Others in the Past
Brit-Am keeps repeating that the solution to the Arab-Islamic-Palestinian
Conflict lies in transferring
the Palestinians to another part of the world. What about Jewish History were
Jews suffered from programs, discrimination,
persecution, and frequent expulsions not to mention the Holocaust in which more
than 6 million Jews were murdered?
In light of what happened to the Jews do you not think that what you propose
should be done to the Arabs lacks sensitivity?
Is there not a chance of you being compared to the Nazis?
================================================ Brit-Am Reply:
First of all the Arabs should be transferred because that is what the Bible
It is either the Jews or the Arabs.
The Transfer should be conducted humanely with assistance towards re-settlement
Transferring the Palestinians will save lives and suffering and accusations
against the Jews and/or atrocities against Jews.
The Arabs and Islamics are like the Nazis: Their intentions towards the Jews are
genocidal. They make no secret of this. Both Hamas and Fatah want to drive all
the Jews out of Israel and Hamas says out of the world altogether.
Not everything should be compared to what Nazis did or did not do: This leads to
a cheapening of the memory
of Jewish martyrs.
If in Germany the Nazis had been exterminated at an early date things would have
If in Germany they had only expelled the Jews while generously helping them
re-settle elsewhere then we would not be condemning Germany today.
3. New Article and You Tube Video Clip
"They Must Go!"
Proposed Movement of Arab Populations.
Jews and Arabs do not get along well together in the Land of Israel.
The Bible commands us to expell non-Israelites from the Land of Israel. The Ten
Tribes should join forces with Judah to fly (preferably as humanely as possible)
the Palestinians to some place in the West, possibly to Brazil.
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