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“For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent” Isaiah 62:1

50% of Holocaust survivors live below poverty levels

From Arutz 7
The annual report from the Holocaust Survivors Fund (HSF) was released Wednesday – and revealed that a shockingly high percentage of survivors live in poverty.

According to the report, 60% of survivors are "troubled" by their economic situation, and about 50,000 of Holocaust survivors in Israel today live under the poverty line.

66% of survivors are surviving off the meager income of NIS 3,000 a month ($859 dollars; less than the typical monthly rent price for a studio apartment in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv), for that had more than a third of Holocaust survivors turn to HSF for assistance.

"Our mission is not only to give Holocaust survivors their rights, but also to fulfill their wish to die with dignity," HSF Chairman Avi Dichter stated in the report.

Chairman of the Caucus for Holocaust Survivors in the Knesset, MK Yifat Kariv (Yesh Atid), noted that the results are actually an improvement on statistics from years past.

"Harsh reports on the current situation for Holocaust survivors are released every year ahead of Holocaust Memorial day, but I deal with these tough issues year-round," Kariv stated Wednesday. "This year, we see an improvement on the living conditions for survivors compared to years past."

"Next week we will be submitting a proposal for a national program assisting Holocaust survivors to the government," Kariv continued, "which includes significant changes to the budget, a boost to subsidies and reducing bureaucracy to improve the lives of Israel’s survivors. The Finance Ministry has taken the responsibility for transferring funds to survivors, both directly and through intermediaries."

Kariv noted that while this year’s report is an improvement, this is also a major step for the government to address ongoing problems for the Holocaust survivors’ community in Israel.

"Finally there is an understanding that the time frame for improving the quality of life of survivors is fixed, and we must act here and now," she said. "The State of Israel is obligated to provide for Holocaust survivors and their spouses who still live among us and to enable them to live with dignity."

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For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent. Isaiah 62:1

Just like during Nazi Times

From Word from Yerushalayim
On Monday April 14/14 Not only was the first blood moon of the beginning Tetrad about to be manifest as Jews around the world prepared for Passover Seder, but something reminiscent of the 1930′s was happening in yet another country (The Ukraine). Armed men were out in the streets of Donetsk distributing leaflets ordering Jews to register their identity and assets.

Officials have denied the government was behind the distribution of these leaflets, even though they were distributed by armed men and it was written on official letter head stationary. Regardless of the authenticity or author of this document, it has stirred many a comment from the nations including Israel and the US state department. Please be in prayer as it is obvious times are becoming much more tense in the Middle East as well as in the nations. Some do not believe that this Tetrad which began on Monday night has any real significance, but I think they will have to reconsider in the days and months that lay ahead.
Joel 2 and Joel 3

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For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent. Isaiah 62:1

Palestinian Peace Lies are now in the Open

PA states: To Recognise Israel as a Jewish State is ‘Fantasy’
PA stubbornly clings to refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state, wildly accuses Israel ‘covering up massacres’ of Palestinian Arabs.
Arutz 7
The Palestinian "peace lies" are now exposed to the light! Any nation that presses Israel to "make peace" with an enemy that has sworn to annihilate her is as Antisemitic as Nazi Germany! Pray for your governments to repent from unbiblical politics!

Joel 3
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For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent. Isaiah 62:1

Riots in the Temple Mount

During these last few days riots on the Temple Mount have become the norm. Young Muslims come to pray in the El Aktsa Mosque in a very peculiar way: by throwing stones and attacking the Israeli police at the Mugrabi Gate of the Temple Mount. The purpose is to cause a provocation so the Israeli police breaks into the Mosque and an all out war starts due to that.

Please pray for Yah’s intervention in all this situation as He fulfills His Word concerning His Holy City Yerushalayim. Pray for protection over the Israeli Police and all the people visiting the Ancient City.

Let us remember that before Yeshua’s return the Temple Mount will be clean from all Moslem shrines. He will rule and reign from the Temple Mount but not from a Mosque!

Isaiah 62:6,7

Meeting with PA postponed due to Fatal Shooting in Hebron

From Arutz 7

A meeting between Israeli and Palestinian Authority negotiators scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed, an official said, after the fatal shooting of an Israeli father near Hevron.

“The meeting that was planned for tonight between Israeli and Palestinian negotiating teams will not be taking place. It’s being postponed,” the Israeli official told AFP on condition of anonymity.

The official declined to explain the decision, but said Monday’s killing of an Israeli police officer in the West Bank “was the direct result of ongoing incitement and glorification of terrorism that we see in the official Palestinian media and education system.”

On Monday evening 47-year-old Baruch Mizrahi, a high-ranking officer in the intelligence division, was shot dead while driving with his family southwest of Idhna, a village outside Hebron. His pregnant wife was injured in the attack.

Israel’s army and police were still hunting for the suspected gunman on Wednesday, after carrying out extensive searches around Idhna.

Prime Minister Netanyahu condemned the murder as “the result of the incitement to hatred by Palestinian Authority leaders who continue to peddle hate-filled material against Israel.”

PA officials told AFP the meeting was being postponed to Thursday to allow for the arrival of US mediator Martin Indyk to the region.

Israeli and PA negotiators met on Sunday, and held a trilateral meeting with Indyk on Thursday in a bid to try and save a stagnant peace process from crumbling.

The talks imploded last month when the PA breached the terms of negotiations by seeking membership to international agencies.

Putin a better ally to Israel than Obama?

Despite pressure from the Obama administration to condemn Russia, Israel has acted in its own interests and avoided taking any position. Long before the confrontations with the US, Putin indicated that he respected Jews and made great efforts to display friendship to Israel. He has already paid two state visits to Jerusalem, the most recent immediately after his reelection in June 2012. He repeatedly expressed pride that former Russians make up Israel’s largest immigrant group. He visited the Kotel – the Western Wall, even donning a yarmulke which would have made his Bolshevik predecessors turn in their graves. He seemed utterly indifferent to the fact that this outraged Islamic groups in Israel and abroad. This does not mean that Putin is a philo-Semite. He is above all, a Russian nationalist. Nor is Putin an ally. He has provided lethal weapons to those seeking our destruction and is considered an ally of both Iran and Syria. Yet he is also far more of a realist than President Obama and must be under no illusion that Islamic fundamentalism represents a real threat to his country. He must also be concerned about the repercussions facing Russia should Iran become a nuclear power. As a result of his disastrous foreign policy, President Obama has now paved the way for Russia to reassert itself into a possibly more dominant position in the Middle East than at the height of the Cold War. US support for the Moslem Brotherhood even alienated Egypt, which now seems to have also joined the Russian camp. Unlike Obama, whose partners no longer feel he can be relied upon, Putin has also demonstrated his ability to stand up and deliver on behalf of his allies. Yet, despite Russia’s current support for Iran and Syria, our leaders communicate with Putin on a regular basis and seek to convince him that radical Islamic countries also pose a threat to Russia. Thirty years ago, I would never have visualized myself supporting closer relations between Israel and Russia. We remain overwhelmingly dependent on the support of the United States and above all cherish our alliance and shared democratic values with the American people. Yet we are also obliged to develop relations with authoritarian, undemocratic countries like China. It is thus clearly in our national interest, without being under any idealistic illusions, to nurture ties with a Russia whose leader seems to have dramatically broken with centuries of Tsarist and Bolshevik anti-Semitism and now displays friendship towards the Jewish people. The writer may be contacted at ileibler@leibler.com This column was originally published in the Jerusalem Post and Israel Hayom

Pray for Israel to get independent from US support Isaiah 60- The Wealth of the Gentiles will come to Israel as an act of honor not political manipulation! Pray for the relationship with Putin to be overseen by the Almighty with no traps to Israel

Kerry-there is no need to recognize Israel as Jewish State publically!

From Israelbreakingnews.com

Last Thursday, Kerry testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. When asked about the ongoing peace negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians, Kerry stated, “I think it’s a mistake for some people to be, you know, raising it again and again as the critical decider of their attitude towards the possibility of a state of peace, and we’ve obviously made that clear.”
Kerry, who was alluding to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s non-negotiable demand that Israel be recognized as a Jewish state by the Palestinians, told members of Congress that international law already recognizes Israel as a Jewish state under U.N. Resolution 181.
The Secretary views Netanyahu’s insistence on public recognition as hindering the overall peace process.
Israel’s Communications Minister Gilad Erdan told Israel Radio that Kerry’s comments came at a bad time. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who is set to arrive in Washington on Monday, now has a greater excuse to not recognize Israel as backed by Kerry’s comments. Erdan said that Kerry is pressuring the wrong side.

60 Rockets hit Southern Israel

From Israel Breaking News

Wednesday night into Thursday morning, terrorists in the Gaza Strip shot over 60 rockets and mortar shells into southern Israel. The attacks are the highest escalation of violence coming out of the Gaza Strip since Operation Pillar of Defense in November 2012.
Five rockets landed in populated areas and three were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system. Israel raised its security alert in the southern region to the highest level. Residents were told to stay within 15 seconds of a reinforced room or bomb shelter should more sirens go off. Israel sealed off all its borders with Gaza. As a retaliatory measure, Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon canceled all visitation rights for Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.
Terrorists belonging to the Palestinian group Islamic Jihad have claimed responsibility for the barrage of rockets. Rockets were fired from civilian areas in Gaza. A statement from the terror group said they were attacking Israel in retaliation for killing three of its operatives on Tuesday.

Pray for protection of the cities and for devastation of all enemie’s ammunition and weaponry!

Declare over Israel and against her enemies

Psalm 91, Psalm 18:37-39

Netanyahu looking to establish enclaves in Samaria

From Arutz 7
f it works in Belgium and the Netherlands, could it also work in the Middle East? Channel 2 News reported on Sunday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is looking into the option of applying a Dutch-Belgian enclave model to the peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA).

According to the report, Netanyahu has directed Cabinet Secretary Avichai Mandelblit to look into this issue and submit a report on its possible implementation.

Netanyahu is basing his idea on the Belgian municipality of Baarle-Hertog, which has some territory made up of exclaves in the Dutch province of North Brabant. The total area of the region is 7.48 square kilometers (2.89 square miles) which gives a population density of 308 inhabitants per km² (798 inhabitants/sq mi).

Baarle-Hertog consists of 24 separate parcels of land. There are twenty Belgian exclaves in the Netherlands and three other sections on the Dutch-Belgian border. There are also seven Dutch exclaves within the Belgian exclaves.

According to Channel 2 News, Netanyahu wishes to find out whether it is legally and practically possible to reach a similar solution with the PA. Doing so would leave any Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria in enclaves within the Palestinian state. Under the Dutch-Belgian model, Belgian citizens who reside in the Netherlands are also considered local citizens who maintain their rights.

The report comes on the heels of an interview with Netanyahu on Friday, in which he said that not all the communities in Judea and Samaria will be part of Israel in a peace agreement, but that he will do his utmost to ensure that as many as possible do remain under Israeli control.

“It’s obvious that some of the settlements will not be part of an agreement. Everyone knows that. I will ensure that it’s the smallest number possible, if we get to that point. And I will not abandon any Israeli,” he said.

There was no official comment on Sunday’s report from the Prime Minister’s Office, but MK Omer Bar-Lev (Labor) rejected the idea, calling it “crazy”.

“The idea of enclaves is a crazy one from a security standpoint,” said Bar-Lev, formerly the commander of the IDF’s elite Sayeret Matkal unit. “I hope that the Prime Minister is only trying to create a spin and is not seriously thinking about this idea, primarily because it would endanger the security of Israeli citizens who would remain in those theoretical enclaves.”

He continued, "Israel has no reserves of land to give to the Palestinians that would allow it to retain large areas beyond the settlement blocs without giving away land located within the Green Line. The Prime Minister must stop running away from the complicated reality and unequivocally decide on a separation from the Palestinians that will allow Israel to fulfill its national goals.”

Netanyahu’s plan is not likely to be accepted by the PA, considering that its Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has reiterated several times there will be no official Israeli presence in the future Palestinian state.

Netanyahu’s remarks in the interview have been criticized by nationalists. On Sunday, Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said that despite what Netanyahu said, all Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria would remain under Israeli sovereignty.

Bennett declared that “the whole Land of Israel is a single bloc. There are those who say we can build inside the settlement blocs, and others who say we may not be able to hold onto the towns outside the blocs. I have come to tell you what the Arabs already know – that the Land of Israel is one bloc.”

Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon (Likud) also criticized Netanyahu, saying, "The Likud’s position is to build and not to destroy. The Likud will not be a party to expulsions of Israelis from their homes, to conceding lands and to destroying communities. We already handed over territory in the past and in return we got rockets on Israeli cities.”

The people of Israel, added Danon, “are no longer disillusioned by the equation of land for peace, because in essence it is land for terror.”

Pray Jeremiah 12:14-17

Netanyahu looking to establish enclaves in Samaria

From Arutz 7
f it works in Belgium and the Netherlands, could it also work in the Middle East? Channel 2 News reported on Sunday that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is looking into the option of applying a Dutch-Belgian enclave model to the peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinian Authority (PA).

According to the report, Netanyahu has directed Cabinet Secretary Avichai Mandelblit to look into this issue and submit a report on its possible implementation.

Netanyahu is basing his idea on the Belgian municipality of Baarle-Hertog, which has some territory made up of exclaves in the Dutch province of North Brabant. The total area of the region is 7.48 square kilometers (2.89 square miles) which gives a population density of 308 inhabitants per km² (798 inhabitants/sq mi).

Baarle-Hertog consists of 24 separate parcels of land. There are twenty Belgian exclaves in the Netherlands and three other sections on the Dutch-Belgian border. There are also seven Dutch exclaves within the Belgian exclaves.

According to Channel 2 News, Netanyahu wishes to find out whether it is legally and practically possible to reach a similar solution with the PA. Doing so would leave any Jewish communities of Judea and Samaria in enclaves within the Palestinian state. Under the Dutch-Belgian model, Belgian citizens who reside in the Netherlands are also considered local citizens who maintain their rights.

The report comes on the heels of an interview with Netanyahu on Friday, in which he said that not all the communities in Judea and Samaria will be part of Israel in a peace agreement, but that he will do his utmost to ensure that as many as possible do remain under Israeli control.

“It’s obvious that some of the settlements will not be part of an agreement. Everyone knows that. I will ensure that it’s the smallest number possible, if we get to that point. And I will not abandon any Israeli,” he said.

There was no official comment on Sunday’s report from the Prime Minister’s Office, but MK Omer Bar-Lev (Labor) rejected the idea, calling it “crazy”.

“The idea of enclaves is a crazy one from a security standpoint,” said Bar-Lev, formerly the commander of the IDF’s elite Sayeret Matkal unit. “I hope that the Prime Minister is only trying to create a spin and is not seriously thinking about this idea, primarily because it would endanger the security of Israeli citizens who would remain in those theoretical enclaves.”

He continued, "Israel has no reserves of land to give to the Palestinians that would allow it to retain large areas beyond the settlement blocs without giving away land located within the Green Line. The Prime Minister must stop running away from the complicated reality and unequivocally decide on a separation from the Palestinians that will allow Israel to fulfill its national goals.”

Netanyahu’s plan is not likely to be accepted by the PA, considering that its Chairman Mahmoud Abbas has reiterated several times there will be no official Israeli presence in the future Palestinian state.

Netanyahu’s remarks in the interview have been criticized by nationalists. On Sunday, Economy Minister Naftali Bennett said that despite what Netanyahu said, all Jewish towns in Judea and Samaria would remain under Israeli sovereignty.

Bennett declared that “the whole Land of Israel is a single bloc. There are those who say we can build inside the settlement blocs, and others who say we may not be able to hold onto the towns outside the blocs. I have come to tell you what the Arabs already know – that the Land of Israel is one bloc.”

Deputy Defense Minister Danny Danon (Likud) also criticized Netanyahu, saying, "The Likud’s position is to build and not to destroy. The Likud will not be a party to expulsions of Israelis from their homes, to conceding lands and to destroying communities. We already handed over territory in the past and in return we got rockets on Israeli cities.”

The people of Israel, added Danon, “are no longer disillusioned by the equation of land for peace, because in essence it is land for terror.”

Pray Jeremiah 12:14-17