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Letter to the Prime Minister


First, giving all praise and honor to YahYAHWAH Most High, I greet you in Peace and wishes for an abundance of blessings from on High!

On January 5th of this year, the following document was sent to the office of the Prime Minister of Israel. Notice of its delivery to its appointed destination was received the following evening.

The Whole House of Israel

One Family

3. For, lo, the days come, saith YHWH, that I will bring again the captivity of my people Israel and Judah, saith YHWH: and I will cause them to return to the land that I gave to their fathers, and they shall possess it.

25. At the same time, saith YHWH, will I be the God of all the families of Israel, and they shall be my people.

Jeremiah 30

First giving all praise to the God of our fathers, Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel, I greet you in peace and wishes for an abundance of blessings for all the peoples of Israel!

I am writing this as a concerned citizen of this country and in representation of a body of concerned people who love this land as passionately as I do. This mutual love and concern led us to band together last year to form a non-profit organization/Amutah called “A New Day”, in Hebrew, עליית השחר ע''ר .

One of our principle goals is promoting the reunification of the Whole House of Israel in the land given to our forefathers by the “Rock of Israel”, the God of our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel. There has never been a time when this is more needed than today; the daily attacks on our citizenry is totally unacceptable, and the recognition of the Palestinian Authority’s use of the name “Palestine” on their official correspondence by certain countries is not just insulting but a direct affront to the right of the people of Israel to govern our land!

What we feel is needed at this time is the introduction of a radically different element into the ongoing scenario of Israel against the Palestinians. The strategy of having Israel declared a Jewish state was never going to work because it was in opposition to the Prophetic promises; only by acknowledging that Israel is the promised home of the whole family of Jacob/Israel will you invoke the favor of the “Rock of Israel “.

By declaring Israel an Israelite nation, you have more options to work with on behalf of our people. This is a New Day, the day of YHWH, the time to recognize the fulfillment of the words of the Prophets of old!

12 And He will set up an ensign for the nations, and will assemble the dispersed of Israel, and gather together the scattered of Judah from the four corners of the earth.

14 And they shall fly down upon the shoulder of the Philistines on the west; together shall they spoil the children of the east; they shall put forth their hand upon Edom and Moab; and the children of Ammon shall obey them.

Isaiah 11

The words of these ancient Sages are enshrined in Israel's Declaration of Independence, for the establishment of this country gave manifestation to a vital portion of the promises contained therein.

The Regathering

There are many Scriptures that testify to the intent of the God of Yisrael to regather and return the Children of Yisrael to the land promised to their fathers, Abraham, Isaac and Yaacob. Ref. Yeshiah 11:12-14, Yeremiah 30:10, 11, Yehezkiel 37:19, 21, 22

In November of 1947, the United Nations issued resolution 181 partitioned the land then known as "Palestine" into two states, one Arab and one Jewish. This led to the Jewish people living in "Palestine" proclaiming independence in May of 1948.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ZDSBF5xtoo

This was in accordance with the prophetic promise of the ancient Prophets of Israel and the beginning of the long awaited regathering of the Israelites to their homeland. The founding fathers of the fledgling State were of various views and opinions concerning the wording of the Declaration of Independence, differences that reflected the variety of outlooks relative to the perceived nature of the budding Nation. One thing they all acquiesced to was acknowledging the source of the existence of the people of Israel.

“The second major issue was over the inclusion of God in the last section of the document, with the draft using the phrase "and placing our trust in the Almighty". The two rabbis, Shapira and Yehuda Leib Maimon, argued for its inclusion, saying that it could not be omitted, with Shapira supporting the wording "God of Israel" or "the Almighty and Redeemer of Israel".[9] It was strongly opposed by Zisling, a member of the secularist Mapam. In the end the phrase "Rock of Israel" was used, which could be interpreted as either referring to God, or the land of Eretz Israel, Ben-Gurion saying "Each of us, in his own way, believes in the 'Rock of Israel' as he conceives it. I should like to make one request: Don't let me put this phrase to a vote." Although its use was still opposed by Zisling, the phrase was accepted without a vote.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_Declaration_of_Independence#Final_wording

One draftee observed that there was one serious omission from the document;

“The debate over wording did not end completely even after the Declaration had been made. Declaration signer Meir David Loewenstein later claimed, "It ignored our sole right to Eretz Israel, which is based on the covenant of the Lord with Abraham, our father, and repeated promises in the Tanach.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_Declaration_of_Independence#Final_wording

The writers of the Israeli Declaration of Independence may have omitted any reference to the true sole right to the land of Israel by the Israelite people, as observed by Meir David Loewenstein, but that in no wise negates the validity of that Biblical Truth. Above we see it clearly stated that God gave the Promised Land to the Israelites, the descendants of Jacob. The land, therefore, is the inheritance of all the twelve sons of Jacob. Ref. Yeremiah 30:25, 31:7, 8, 50:4, 5

This unification of the Family of Israel is not just for our collective benefit as the Children of Israel, but for the whole of the Adamic family, i.e. the Nations of the earth. We feel we have a moral obligation to give voice to these Prophetic Truths at this time, for, clearly, the world is in need of a new vision. We hereby extend the hand of Brotherhood to all members of the Family of Israel, that our unity might serve as a model to the world of the blessings that flow from following the instructions of “The Rock of Israel”, and our prayer is that these words are received in the same spirit of love for truth, righteousness and justice in which they are being sent.

It is time to declare Israel as the home of the reunited sons of Jacob, as an Israelite nation dedicated to the service of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel, and the uplifting of the entire Adamic family. It is time to bring the promises of the God of Israel to the totality of their prophetic manifestation.

In Conclusion

On September 27th, 2015, an advert appeared in the Jerusalem Post newspaper. Its headline read, “There can be no Israel without Yosef!" (see attachment). The advert was posted by an Orthodox Jewish group, Kol ha Tor – Voice of the Turtledove, http://kolhator.org.il/. This emphatically supports our position on the need to acknowledge the Prophetic return of the House of Israel.

We feel most emphatically that our presence here for the last 46 years bears testimony to the fulfillment of the vision that led our intrepid pioneering fathers and mothers to leave America in 1967 to begin the journey of return to the land promised to the seed of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob/Israel, a vision of the Whole House of Israel dwelling in our homeland once again as one family.

We are reaching out to all of our Brethren in the United States, Africa, the Caribbean and Europe to enlist their support for our homeland in our ongoing struggles against those who would see the seed of Jacob wiped from the face of this planet. This is our home, and we will defend it with every fiber our being!

We are also in contact with Dr. Eli Nacht, http://ielobby.org/about-us/eli-nacht/, who has been very supportive.

The choice and challenge are yours.

Note:

The term "Israeli", is actually a transliteration of the Hebrew word ישראלי. This does not give an accurate understanding of what the word represents. Hebrew proper nouns are generally rendered with "ite" as their suffix, such as "Levite", "Danite", "Edomite", etc. The suffix "-ite" means…

-ite

suffix

  1. forming names denoting natives of a country."Israelite"

https://www.google.co.il/search?q=suffix+-ite&oq=suffix&aqs=chrome.1.69i57j69i59j0l4.5893j0j8&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=0&ie=UTF-8#newwindow=1&q=meaning+of++-ite

Edomite ימי התנ"ך) אֱדוֹמִי(

Levite לֵוִי

Israelite עִבְרִי

http://www.morfix.co.il

In texts of Jewish law such as the Mishnah and Gemara, the term יהודי (Yehudi), meaning Jew, is rarely used, and instead the ethnonym ישראלי (Yisraeli), or Israelite, is widely used to refer to Jews.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israelites

Therefore, an Israelite/ ישראליis a native of Israel.

Sincerely yours,

Ralph Harris – I.D. 317980712

CEO "A New Day"

04.01.2016


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