• Is israel safe to visit?

    Best answer: Tis more safe to treat yourself to a 5 bullet russian roulette game.
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    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • What's your opinion on Shay P?

    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Does Israel understand Palestine.?

    Best answer: In what way? Many Israelis do understand the Palestinians...verbally, at least. There are a lot of Arabic speakers in Israel. If you mean something more akin to understanding their concerns, then there seem to be a lot of Israelis sympathetic to it. However, Israelis have their own concerns that do not allow... show more
    Best answer: In what way?

    Many Israelis do understand the Palestinians...verbally, at least. There are a lot of Arabic speakers in Israel.

    If you mean something more akin to understanding their concerns, then there seem to be a lot of Israelis sympathetic to it. However, Israelis have their own concerns that do not allow them to simply grant the Palestinians certain wishes. For example, a lot of Palestinians wish checkpoints didn't exist so that they could visit family living in Israel, work in higher-paying jobs within Israel, or receive better medical care in Israeli hospitals; however, while Israelis understand that, they also support the checkpoints because they don't want hostile elements of Palestinian society to blow them to smithereens just because they weren't caught earlier on. Israel understands a lot of Palestinians, but that understanding simply doesn't lend itself to an easy resolution of problems.
    13 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why can't Khazar Jews handle criticism?

    Best answer: because like all jews they CLAIM to be gods chosen people.... hense they think they can do no wrong..
    Best answer: because like all jews they CLAIM to be gods chosen people.... hense they think they can do no wrong..
    9 answers · 6 days ago
  • My brother is travelling to Israel. He is 26. He travels on his own. How dangerous is Israel and do many Americans get killed there?

    Best answer: Israel is relatively dangerous for Americans at the moment. A lot of Americans do get killed in Israel, but they're mainly political insurgents or terrorists with dual American/Israeli citizenship, rather than tourists. As long as your brother is sensible (eg. doesn't go around handing out religious... show more
    Best answer: Israel is relatively dangerous for Americans at the moment.

    A lot of Americans do get killed in Israel, but they're mainly political insurgents or terrorists with dual American/Israeli citizenship, rather than tourists.

    As long as your brother is sensible (eg. doesn't go around handing out religious tracts or trying to evangelise his American dogma) he should be fine. Obviously, he should pay attention to security updates while there and avoid trouble spots (eg. Gaza, West Bank).

    Update: It would be a good idea if he registered with the US Consulate when he arrives in Israel, that way if he is killed or injured it will be easier for the authorities to contact your parents and arrange for the return of his corpse if required.
    8 answers · 6 days ago
  • Isnt it a fact that the bolshevic were jewish and they killed 30 million russians?

    and mao was under jewish influece and he killed 50 million chinese. jews created communism. karl marx was jewish.
    and mao was under jewish influece and he killed 50 million chinese. jews created communism. karl marx was jewish.
    27 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you fight for Jew-S-A or Iran?

    Best answer: Iran is our enemy
    Best answer: Iran is our enemy
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Was Adolf Hitler actually a good person?

    Best answer: I think so
    Best answer: I think so
    35 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Israel a great country to live in?

    Best answer: Its number one for the best military in the world and number four with the strongest/most intelligent army. Israel bought planes from America for a few milian dollars and with all the upgrades and high tech they sold Jet Fighter for 30 million. A little off topic but it connection to this flourishing alliance... show more
    Best answer: Its number one for the best military in the world and number four with the strongest/most intelligent army. Israel bought planes from America for a few milian dollars and with all the upgrades and high tech they sold Jet Fighter for 30 million.

    A little off topic but it connection to this flourishing alliance between Israel and America read the following.

    You might not know this but China owns about 75 per cent of the American economy. Trump has taxed China 25% on all tarrifs and services. This makes Chinese goods expensive. As a result American goods cost less and the American debt is going down and inflation is going down for the U.S. economy. Trump might be a lot of things but he isn't anti-Israel, anti-Jews and only talk - he does things. America is already buying things back. Some conspiracy theorists like Lucius Silva blame the Talmudists but that's silly! Jews are working with China as well. China is also working with Israel.

    Thanks to Nikki Haley and Trump pulling out of the U.N. America has saved billions of dollars on anti-American and Israel countries. America was the biggest investor in the U.N. Guess what else? When Trump cut off all trade with North Korea the regime toppled the Kim Jong accepting 'peace'.

    Netanyahu asked trump for missiles and Trump says 'how many'? :)

    Israel is number 1 for IT in the world. Japan doesn't even come close :P

    Israel is one of the greatest places to live in without a doubt!

    Orthodox Jew
    31 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which countries are known for being pro-Israel and which are anti-Israel?

    Best answer: When it comes to being pro-Israel, the most obvious answer is the United States. My nation is willing to stick out its neck to support its ally, even when it's unpopular to do so. However, there are other nations out there that have close friendships with Israel. Notably India, whose government has become much... show more
    Best answer: When it comes to being pro-Israel, the most obvious answer is the United States. My nation is willing to stick out its neck to support its ally, even when it's unpopular to do so. However, there are other nations out there that have close friendships with Israel. Notably India, whose government has become much friendlier towards Israel and the two nations cooperate on many projects all the time. And, when it comes to UN voting, it's not unusual to see a lot of the smaller Pacific Island nations vote very pro-Israel as well, perhaps because they're isolated from a lot of the anti-Israel pressures placed on various other nations.

    A lot of other nations are rather pro-Israel too, though it doesn't always show itself or is dependent on the government at that time. Some of this can be seen with some of the embassy moves, or at least interest in doing so, on some Latin American nations' part. I know Harper's Canada was rather pro-Israel but Trudeau's has moved away from such positions. There is a long history of the Czechs also being supportive of Israel, and the French were much more pro-Israel back in the day. On the East Asian front, you can find a lot of support from South Korea and the Philippines, though they don't back Israel as strongly as some others.

    There are unfortunately a lot of anti-Israel nations, because many of them just default on a unified Islamic front that unquestionably backs the Palestinians. That means most Muslim majority nations are very anti-Israel, and those who have ties with Israel tend to not be that excited to have them. Of the top of my head, the only Muslim nations that do not spark controversy internally with their Israeli ties are Azerbaijan and Albania, and perhaps some of the -stan nations formerly of the USSR as well (since they have Israeli ties). While Egypt, Jordan, and Turkey have ties with Israel, their governments are still rather anti-Israel. The relationship between Turkey and Israel should display just how complicated things are. Among all anti-Israel nations, though, few stand above Lebanon, Syria, and Iran in terms of hatred.

    On the non-Muslim, anti-Israel front, there are a few nations that are rather anti-Israel and I think it has to do with a noticeable relationship with a lot of these extremely anti-Israel Muslim majority nations. North Korea's strongest allies outside of China tend to be such nations, and I know that there are concerns that Cuba and Venezuela's hostilities to Israel have something to do with this as well. The fact that they're rather dictatorial at best shouldn't be ignored, either. On the European end, Sweden is very hostile towards Israel but I think this has less to do with pandering to Muslim leaders and more so to do with pandering to Muslim immigrants.


    However, most nations are rather neutral overall towards Israel. Even within most nations, there is a rather neutral response towards Israel and the entire conflict. For a lot of people, Israel is just another nation that they don't particularly have strong feelings towards.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • A question for shay?

    Best answer: The location that a civilization begins decides the speed of progression of culture and technology. If you replicated two tribes and put them in two different areas - one fertile and rich in resources and one dry and diminished of resources - the first would obviously be the ones to thrive. Take early Rome for... show more
    Best answer: The location that a civilization begins decides the speed of progression of culture and technology. If you replicated two tribes and put them in two different areas - one fertile and rich in resources and one dry and diminished of resources - the first would obviously be the ones to thrive. Take early Rome for example, the location of Rome allowed it to grow to its heights. It was located in a fertile area and was in a position between two nations that allowed for trade. They were able to focus on growth instead of just battling for survival.

    Obviously, as time progresses there are many other factors, but the foundation is what sets the course.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is your opinion of Jews?

    41 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why do Orthodox Jews cause so much trouble in Israel?

    Best answer: There's many reasons. Here are some of them that just scratch the surface... 1. They are waiting for the restoration of Israel, AND many believe the current state of Israel is meaningless to the future (don't get me wrong, all Jews are waiting on the restoration, but not all believe Israel being a state... show more
    Best answer: There's many reasons. Here are some of them that just scratch the surface...

    1. They are waiting for the restoration of Israel, AND many believe the current state of Israel is meaningless to the future (don't get me wrong, all Jews are waiting on the restoration, but not all believe Israel being a state is pointless).

    2. They don't believe Jews should be involved or surrounded by other nations or talk to them or be friends with them. This is completely a foreign concept in the Hebrew Scriptures and is ONLY supported in "The Oral Torah", which teaches many hateful things about other nations, comparing them to "dogs," for instance. They will go as far as saying that you can't even listen to a woman singing, or other nations singing (only Jewish music).

    3. They are against working and doing their part for Israel and believe studying all day makes up for the biblical commandment "six days shall labor be done, and the seventh day is a day of solemn rest unto The Lord Your God."

    4. They aren't welcoming to foreign nations in Israel and often despise them. Many are hateful towards Christians and Muslims alike.

    5. Lastly, you have to think of the VERY obvious. They believe in The Oral Torah, which demoralizes women, causes people to be cut off from society, and makes people skeptical of foreign nations so they really aren't fulfilling the biblical commandment to "love thy neighbor as thyself.

    Orthodox Jews are lead astray from TRUE Judaism, Karaite Judaism, who follow the scripture ALONE, and ONLY the scriptures. Karaite Jews do not accept the false notion of an Orall Torah, not supported in any way in the Hebrew Scriptures. The Torah Scroll, for instance, was read every feast of Tabermacles. All the commandments were WRITTEN in this scroll. ALL the commandments, ALL of them. All of the commandments that Moses commandmended Joshua read. Not ONE, not ONE reference of an Oral Torah. The argument of Toros (plural of Torah) being plural and supporting this is a false claim because this is referring to the COMMANDMENTS in some places, and in other places The Scrolls in The Arks of The Covenant in many synagoguges in many places of the world for many generations.

    The probem is that orthodox Jews believe in TWO Torahs, which it ACTUALLY SAYS in the original Hebrew in The 'Oral Torah." I would argue this- would God REALLY send a divine book that contains an infinite amount of wisdom that we can understand to a limited extent that NEEDS explanations of something that we should already know? Of course not. Keeping Shabbos is self-explanatoray, and there are many contradictions and arguments in the Oral Torah The Truth is, Orthodox Jews don't focus on the biblical commandment "Here oh Israel The Lord Our God The Lord is One." Instead, they follow two teachings, following many extra books that not only lead people astray, but have things not even REFERENCES in The Scriptures. Even THEY call The Written Torah (TRUE TORAH) THE WORD of God.

    As a result of people being lead astray, they don't focus as much on loving God and our fellow neighbor, and more on being "special" and pointless traditions that are NOT God given.

    My advice- look into Karaite Judaism, Jews who observe all of the biblical holidays AND keep Shabbos. The Truth. The True Jews.

    May The Orthodox Jews learn the Truth of The Hebrew Scriptures. Amen.

    Best regards.

    Max
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago