1. Happy Birthday Wishes to Yair [Note: It may be that some
messages were accidentally deleted or missed.
At first we did not intend to publish the messages.
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read (as far as we know) and greatly appreciated.] Jennifer Abbott: Have a nice day today, Yair.
Kerry Bullls: My Dearest Yair,
Happy Birthday! I turned 60 September 5th this year.
Bonnie Burns: "Happy Birthday Yair,
May you have a blessed birthday! :)"
Charles Allen Carden: Happy Birthday Yair !!!
I have read your emailings for years.
Deborah Cleveland: Wishing you a blessed birthday and the best year ever ! Thank you for all
your hard work and sharing Britam. Shalom
Nancy Edwards: "Happy Birthday!"
Harper: "Happy Birthday Yair."
Bob Hellmann: "Happy Birthday"
Robert Jones: "Happy Birthday Yair...have a great day!"
Helen Lineen: Yom Huledet Sameach.....Shalom Helen
David McLeod: Sept. 20th. This is the same day as my son Charles' birthday. He turned
Calvin Ray Murphy: "Happy Birthday to you! You share a birthday with Rabbi Tovia Singer!"
Timothy F. Murray: Yair, my friend!
I, too, congratulate you on reaching this milestone! Fear not, it's not
so bad-- I passed it years ago, and there's nothing the other side of 60
that you can't face with faith in the Almighty and confidence in the
Shepherd of Israel. Someone has said that the 60's are "the youth of old
age," and I can well believe it.
May you find the blessing and favor of God on your work, your life, and
on the entire Brit-Am "family"!
All best wishes, and continuing prayers for you--
Brian Patmore: Shalom Yair,
Happy Birthday mate !!
Does it really hurt ?
I must admit to being one year older at the moment.
No it does not hurt and we mature like fine wine.
Should your children differ then tell them we are going to have a great time and
age most disgracefully !! Ha ! Ha !
All the best mate and keep up the good work.
Wishing you [the ALMIGHTY]'s choicest Blessings in this your new year. May you
continue to prosper in your endeavours to educate and inform and God
provide the resources necessary to achieve this.
Cam Rea: Happy Birthday Yair!!!
Happy birthday Yair....and thanks for all you do...
Thomas E Roberts:
"Happy Birthday, Yair! Shalom!"
Mark A. Robinson:
Happy birthday, or buen cumpleanos as is said in New Mexico! May you be blessed
with the wisdom that comes with long life and the respect due our elders. I,
too, will turn 60 on October 4th on Pope Gregory's calendar (which is the most
pagan of calendars -every day of the week and most of the months are named after
pagan gods)and Tishrei 26, 5771 on Hillel's calendar.
.... So happy birthday, Yair, and congratulations or your accumulated wisdom!
May we both remain wide awake, and continually accumulating understanding! Mark
"Shalom, Yom Huledet Sameach....Hope your day was good.. Kol Tov"
Bryan Smith Ue:
Have a much Blessed Birthday!
Happy belated birthday, Yair!!!
My Native American great grandmother was near Kentucky. There is a tribe in the
region called the Yuchi. The Yuchi seem to be a small tribe of Jews, since they
celebrate Sukkoth the same way. Yuchi sounds very much like Yehudi. They were
neighbors with the Cherokee, and Sherok is Hebrew for reddish, so Sherokee would
mean reddish one. Hebrew elements have been noted among the Cherokee, but I
haven't studied these.
The Uto-Aztecan languages also have a high amount of Hebrew elements. They are
mixed with Amerindian elements and the calculation for Hebrew mixing in with
Uto-Aztecan was around 600 BC, when the Babylonians conquered Judea.
I would eventually like to help ... promote your teachings, to get Europeans in
touch with their Israelite roots and to support the continuation and growth of
Israel. I think Ten-Tribism can save Israel. I don't like the prediction of an
Arab majority in 20 yeas, because that would erode the Jewish element, and I
don't want to see Ezekiel's vision for Israel vanish from this generation.
I personally don't think Israel should give up any territory for a separate
Palestinian state. We have yet to see a stable Arab democracy. Both Palestinian
parties, Fatah and Hamas, have proven to be mindless, corrupt, wicked
organizations, so any Palestinian government would be worthless, serving no
other purpose than to be a very dangerous anti-Semitic state.
Dear Yair, I read Pt. 1 of Daniel Pipes "Do Muslims Believe in God?" and it
is a very misleading post, to say the least. Mr. Bush was WRONG when he claimed
that "we all worship the SAME God"!!! First of all "Allah" is a PROPER NOUN,
meaning that it is SPECIFIC and EXCLUSIVE when refering to this deity. It is NOT
a "generic pronoun" as the word "god" is, and any HONEST linguistic expert will
attest to this fact. There are MANY experts that would disagree with Mr. Pipes
position, and they will verify what I am saying. But to prove the point, please
let me quote a lengthy discourse that covers this subject from "God's War On
Terror" by Walid Shoebat, who was born in Bethlehem, raised a Muslim, and speaks
fluent Arabic: Ch.81, Unlocking The Mark of the Beast, pp.375-376: "The notion
that Allah simply means "god" is an utter lie that is easy to refute. Allah can
never simply mean "god" even if it evolved from common usage in Arabic. Allah is
the name of a diety just as Jehovah is a name of a different deity. The Arabic
word for God is "Al-ilah" (The God) or "Al-Rab" (The Lord) The fact that Allah
is a name can be seen in viewing the most common phrase that is used by Muslims:
"Bismillah" or " BismAllah," which means "In the Name of Allah." In many English
Qu'rans, it is at the beginning of every chapter translated falsely as, "In the
Name of God." ...I would recommend that everyone get this book and get informed.
Here's the bottom line, and it is this: FIRST, we (Muslims) will come for the
Saturday People, and THEN, we will come for the Sunday People. Any other
discourse is a blatant lie regardless of how many useless stupid idiots claim
otherwise. Lenin was born too early, he would have been at home with the number
of morons we have in the world today that he could have used!!!
All these different theological considerations may well be valid.
Nevertheless there is a difference when we get to the level of the man on the
Arabs we meet up with in everyday life seem to belief in God. Their concept of
God does not seem much different (at least at the superficial level) from that
of our own.
It may be that in their subconscious collective reality they call out to some
pagan deity to which their theological deliberations give expression.
I do not know and neither do they, most of the time.
Nevertheless, the point we are making is that REGARDLESS of who or what they
consider the Almighty to be, or whom they really pray to, the fact that they
deny the choseness of Israel, according to the Bible, makes them enemies of the
5. Source of Interest: CHRONICLES OF
'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.