Posted on December 29, 2010 by rehmat1|

Israel’s Chief Rabbis Yona Metzger and Shlomo Amar have called the Israeli Jews to fight the abortion epidemic, which is delaying the arrival of the ‘Promised Jewish Messiah’.
Interestingly, in 1974, Zionist Jews like Henry Kissinger and Z. Brzezinski have lead this epidemic among the non-western countries via food, abortion and other means of birth control. These measures are killing an average of one million female children in India (popl. 1.1 billion). In United States (popl. 300 million), over 1.2 million abortions were officially reported in 2005.

The two Zionist Rabbis have sent a letter to all the Rabbis in the Zionist entity to fight this epidemic, based on the teachings of the Jewish Bible (Torah). They have decided to form a committee to fight the 50,000 Jews who practice abortion each year in Israel (highest rate in the world based on country’s Jewish population of 5 million only).

In 2009 – Metzger and Amar had claimed that “abortion kills thousands of Israeli babies a year and delays the coming of the Messiah”.

They Jewish leaders also said abortions “delay the redemption” by postponing the coming of the Messiah and they based the teaching on the Babylonian Talmud in Tractate Niddah which says each baby that is born brings the Jewish people closer to redemption.

With the exception of a few dozen members of the ‘House of Israel’ – the rest had rejected Jesus as the ‘Promised Jewish Messiah (pronounced Moshiach in Hebrew)’ because he failed to bring them into power as the Jewish Messaih was expected to. The present-day, Khazarian and African Berber Jews also believe that Jesus was an “imposter” and not the promised Jewish Messiah.

The Tanakh gives several specifications as to who the messiah will be. He will be a descendent of King David (2 Samuel 7:12-13; Jeremiah 23:5), observant of Moses’ law (Isaiah 11:2-5), a righteous judge (Jeremiah 33:15), and a great military leader. Jesus fulfilled all except being a military leader.

Jerry Rabow in his book ’50 Jewish Messiahs’ (published in 2002) has documented the stories of 50 Jewish religious leaders who claimed to be the “Promised Jewish Messiah” since the crufication of Jesus of Nazreth. Most prominents among them was the 17th century Jewish Messiah, Shabbatai Tzvi, whose followers, the ‘Crypto-Jews’ are still found among Turkish secular elites and in the West, faking as ‘Christians’.

Muslims believes Jesus to be a Messiah for the House of Israel – but not divine as the Christians believe him to be. Furthermore, earlier Church Fathers have written that there will be a time in the future in which the Jews will mistake the Antichrist (Dajjal) for the Messiah.

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