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"On December 27, 1917, Serbia became the first country in the world to openly endorse the Balfour Declaration. "

"The Serbian letter marked the first time any government had referred to the yet-to-be-born Jewish state as “Israel,” presaging the name that would be adopted by the nascent republic three decades later."


https://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/David-Albala-Serbian-warrior-Zionist-hero-330619
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge
« Last post by Noachide on July 22, 2018, 04:59:55 AM »
Concentration is needed as a preparation for prayer, in order to be ready to focus one’s thoughts on God, the Supreme King. Concentration is also needed as a main part of the prayer itself, together with the verbalization. This means that during prayer, one should focus one’s thoughts to the point that they are unified with the words that he is speaking to God. This service of the heart is the essence of prayer, as we quoted in the previous chapter, from the sages of the Talmud: “What is this ‘service of the heart’? This is prayer.”

The basics of prayer with concentration are twofold: one should position himself in prayer while focusing his mind and staying aware of (a) the One God before Whom he is praying, and (b) what he is praying for. To facilitate this, one should arrange his thoughts before he begins to pray, regarding the things about which he wants to supplicate and pour out his soul before God. (Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge by Rabbi Moshe Weiner and Dr. Michael Schulman, Ask Noah International, 2017, p 89)
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: The Divine Code Daily Dose
« Last post by Hrvatski Noahid on July 22, 2018, 04:26:38 AM »
All the books of deviant believers are forbidden to be read (except for specific purposes), for they are full of idolatry and denial of the True G-d. It is obligatory to destroy them, so that there will remain no remembrance of idol worship and heresy (the Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner, Ask Noah International, 2011, p 146). 
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Save Serbia / Re: Serbian Army
« Last post by Slobodan on July 21, 2018, 01:12:45 PM »
Srebia allegedly made a contract for selling 24 Nora B-52 self-propelled howitzers and 6 BOV M16 Miloš armored transporters to undisclosed EU country.

It seems that the undisclosed EU country is Cuprus. Not confirmed.
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge
« Last post by Noachide on July 21, 2018, 04:31:32 AM »
Unlike Jews, Noahides have no set liturgy (nusach in Hebrew) which they are obligated to follow. Rather, each individual can pray in his own words, in a language that he understands. It is proper to include recitation of excerpts from the Book of Psalms by King David, of blessed memory, since the Psalms are all prayers to God that were composed with holy inspiration (ruach hakodesh) and encompass all the essential needs and righteous spiritual emotions that people may have.

The most appropriate order for prayer is that one should first sincerely praise God according to his capability, then ask for his own needs (and for any blessings that he wishes to request for others), and then conclude with giving praise and thanks for what God has given him. (Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge by Rabbi Moshe Weiner and Dr. Michael Schulman, Ask Noah International, 2017, p 85-86)
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: The Divine Code Daily Dose
« Last post by Hrvatski Noahid on July 21, 2018, 01:42:00 AM »
It is also prohibited for a Jew to teach Torah to Gentiles in the canonized Hebrew or Aramaic text (see Tractate Hagigah 13), either because of the inherent holiness of the Torah's Hebrew letters and its precise wording, or because they may cause others to err if they know how to read the original text and as a result go on to give their own explanations and interpretations of the Written or Oral Torah. However, here we are mainly speaking about a sincere and pious Gentile who wants to learn Torah on his own in translated books. We can add that after the Torah was translated into Greek as the Septuagint, it is permitted to learn Torah in one's own language from a proper translation (the Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner, Ask Noah International, 2011, p 87). 
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge
« Last post by Noachide on July 20, 2018, 06:59:05 AM »
It is an obligation for a person to love and fear the glorious and awesome God with all his might.

The inspiration to feel love and fear of God is most effectively achieved by focusing one’s knowledge upon Him, while putting his own mundane matters aside. When a person takes the time to contemplate God’s wondrous and great deeds, that He is continuously creating and guiding everything that exists in the spiritual and physical realms, and he appreciates that God’s eternal wisdom is infinite and surpasses all comparison, he will become inspired to love, praise, and glorify Him. This will bring him to yearn with tremendous desire to recognize God’s existence and His attributes, as King David expressed: “My soul thirsts for the Lord, for the living God.”(Psalms 42:3) (Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge by Rabbi Moshe Weiner and Dr. Michael Schulman, Ask Noah International, 2017, p 63)
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: The Divine Code Daily Dose
« Last post by Hrvatski Noahid on July 20, 2018, 05:10:34 AM »
This lesson was learned by humanity in ancient times, from the generation of the flood. From what occurred to them, we see how harsh is the punishment for theft. The decree of their annihilation was only sealed because they committed rampant theft, even though they were very sinful with respect to all of their divine commandments, as it says (Gen. 6:13), "The end of all flesh has come before Me because the world is full of robbery, and behold, I will destroy the world" (the Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner, Ask Noah International, 2011, p 562). 
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General Discussion / Re: Is this the first time JTF was wrong on a prediction?
« Last post by syyuge on July 19, 2018, 10:56:02 AM »


Chaim has a good track record on predictions. Predictions are different endorsements. Chaim wishes his predictions wouldn't come true and that those he endorses would win. Chaim always picks the most Right Wing choice but he knows the others are more likely to win because the Establishment candidates have all the advantages.

You are correct.

In the world of today, the most righteous are least likely to win but the candidate of Chaim has to be the most righteous. So the paradox of Prophecy Vs Wish gets created.
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