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It's hard to believe you could make that comment after reading this article. Why make the exception to the rule??  If you think the Arabs want to keep the Noahide laws, then you should move to Gaza and live with them.  You won't last 10 minutes.  You'll be begging for the IDF to save you.

I understand why you are emotional about this subject. But we need to follow Torah, not our emotions. The argument that an Arab transfer program is the only solution is false in the eyes of Torah Law. Your article says that some Palestinians would not support genocide. If they keep the Seven Noahide Commandments because they were commanded to Moses in the Torah, they may live in Israel. 
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General Discussion / Urethra Franklin bites the dust
« Last post by Dr. Dan on Today at 11:38:33 AM »
Any classic Chaim outtakes?
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If Arabs want to act as a Ger Toshav by keeping the Noahide Code, Jews should not prevent them from living in Israel. If not, Jews are commanded to expel them from the Holy Land of Israel, and they are forbidden by Torah Law to dwell there (whether they are expelled or not).

It's hard to believe you could make that comment after reading this article. Why make the exception to the rule??  If you think the Arabs want to keep the Noahide laws, then you should move to Gaza and live with them.  You won't last 10 minutes.  You'll be begging for the IDF to save you.
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This is why an Arab transfer program is the only solution.

If Arabs want to act as a Ger Toshav by keeping the Noahide Code, Jews should not prevent them from living in Israel. If not, Jews are commanded to expel them from the Holy Land of Israel, and they are forbidden by Torah Law to dwell there (whether they are expelled or not).
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https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/08/what-would-hamas-do-if-it-could-do-whatever-it-wanted/375545/

This is why an Arab transfer program is the only solution.

But you know how it goes with the Jews, always doing the opposite of the right thing.  They want to rebuild Gaza, so the Arabs stay.  And more Jews will die because of it.


Key point from article #1:
"What do we know of the Palestinians? What would the Palestinians do to the Jews in Israel if the power imbalance were reversed? Well, they have told us what they would do. For some reason, Israel’s critics just don’t want to believe the worst about a group like Hamas, even when it declares the worst of itself. We’ve already had a Holocaust and several other genocides in the 20th century. People are capable of committing genocide. When they tell us they intend to commit genocide, we should listen. There is every reason to believe that the Palestinians would kill all the Jews in Israel if they could. Would every Palestinian support genocide? Of course not. But vast numbers of them—and of Muslims throughout the world—would. Needless to say, the Palestinians in general, not just Hamas, have a history of targeting innocent noncombatants in the most shocking ways possible. They’ve blown themselves up on buses and in restaurants. They’ve massacred teenagers. They’ve murdered Olympic athletes. They now shoot rockets indiscriminately into civilian areas."

Key point #2

"While it is true that Hamas is expert at getting innocent Palestinians killed, it has made it very plain, in word and deed, that it would rather kill Jews. The following blood-freezing statement is from the group's charter: “The Islamic Resistance Movement aspires to the realization of Allah’s promise, no matter how long that should take. The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said: ‘The day of judgment will not come until Muslims fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jews will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say ‘O Muslims, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.”
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Actually, the title of this article "What would Hamas do if it could do whatever it wanted?" is misleading and politically correct. The title should be "What would the Palestinians do if they could do whatever they wanted?"  But the article  might not have been published with that title. 
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https://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/08/what-would-hamas-do-if-it-could-do-whatever-it-wanted/375545/

This is why an Arab transfer program is the only solution.

But you know how it goes with the Jews, always doing the opposite of the right thing.  They want to rebuild Gaza, so the Arabs stay.  And more Jews will die because of it.


Key point from article #1:
"What do we know of the Palestinians? What would the Palestinians do to the Jews in Israel if the power imbalance were reversed? Well, they have told us what they would do. For some reason, Israel’s critics just don’t want to believe the worst about a group like Hamas, even when it declares the worst of itself. We’ve already had a Holocaust and several other genocides in the 20th century. People are capable of committing genocide. When they tell us they intend to commit genocide, we should listen. There is every reason to believe that the Palestinians would kill all the Jews in Israel if they could. Would every Palestinian support genocide? Of course not. But vast numbers of them—and of Muslims throughout the world—would. Needless to say, the Palestinians in general, not just Hamas, have a history of targeting innocent noncombatants in the most shocking ways possible. They’ve blown themselves up on buses and in restaurants. They’ve massacred teenagers. They’ve murdered Olympic athletes. They now shoot rockets indiscriminately into civilian areas."

Key point #2

"While it is true that Hamas is expert at getting innocent Palestinians killed, it has made it very plain, in word and deed, that it would rather kill Jews. The following blood-freezing statement is from the group's charter: “The Islamic Resistance Movement aspires to the realization of Allah’s promise, no matter how long that should take. The Prophet, Allah bless him and grant him salvation, has said: ‘The day of judgment will not come until Muslims fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jews will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say ‘O Muslims, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.”

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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: The Divine Code Daily Dose
« Last post by Hrvatski Noahid on Today at 06:23:27 AM »
When the head of an animal has been severed, i.e., its esophagus, windpipe, spine, and veins have been cut through, even though it is still attached to the trunk by the skin, the animal is certainly dead even though its heart continues beating for several moments. The prohibition against meat or organs removed from a living animal does not apply to it in this condition.* 

*Mishnah Oholot ch. 1; Tractate Hullin 21a, and Rashi there; Rambam, Laws of Sources of Ritual Impurity, beginning of ch. 2 and 4. This case denotes complete death, and the animal is not considered to be convulsing (the Divine Code by Rabbi Moshe Weiner, Ask Noah International, 2011, p 320).
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Torah and Jewish Idea / Re: Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge
« Last post by Noachide on Today at 06:04:45 AM »
A person needs to express his love to God in his actions and speech that God has gifted to him, for that is their purpose. How should a person accomplish this? The intended Divine service of a person is divided into two categories: that which is directed inward to the person himself, and that which is directed toward God.

The ultimate inward service is the desire, out of love for God, to be close to Him through recognizing and knowing Him. This must be combined with awe and fear of Him, which brings one to the rectification of his natural character and habits, and his deeds in the world. With this combined service of love and fear, a person can reach the high stature of a wise and righteous person.

Service directed toward God is the characteristic of a person who refines himself and is scrupulous to work on revealing his “image of God” with correct actions and correct speech. Such a person is careful not to sully himself like an animal with actions and speech that do not befit an “image of God”. With this effort, he rectifies himself and his society, and causes good effects in the world around him. This is how a person contributes to the accomplishment of God’s desire for the rectification of mankind and the rectification of the world. One should not imagine that his personal accomplishments in this Divine service are small and insignificant. (Seven Gates of Righteous Knowledge by Rabbi Moshe Weiner and Dr. Michael Schulman, Ask Noah International, 2017, p 69)
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There is a different perception between the west and Israel  about wht it means to be a civil servant. In occident there are still some appearances kept contrary to Israel where they serve their career  stead of working for the public. The blame  lays on the Israeli uncultured public who consider every official on the same pedestal of that of the president and undecently worship them for worthless advantage.
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