Arafat assassiné par le Mossad?
En tous les cas, il était perçu comme la « réincarnation » de l’ennemi éternel des juifs: Amalek/Haman!
« Le jour de la mort de Yasser Arafat doit être un jour de réjouissances. » Il était « l’Amalek et le Hitler de notre génération »
Une déclaration signée par 200 rabbins.
Right-wing groups welcome Arafat’s death
Some of the more well-known antisemites have been Pharoah (who, in Moses’s time, ordered the killing of all Jewish baby boys) Amalek, Haman, Antiochus Epiphanes, Nero, Hitler and Arafat.
Haman n’est pas mort…
Par Gérald Fruhinsholz
Nous prions qu’Israël et le peuple juif en diaspora passent de bonnes fêtes de Pourim, sereines et joyeuses.
FROM THE DESK OF DANIEL LURIA, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, ATERET COHANIM/ISRAEL
Sadly, since we returned home on masse, over 200 years ago, we have been witness to waves of violence, pogroms, riots, murders, suicide bombers, missiles and a series of wars of annihilation.
The truth must be said – Amalek is alive. The legacy of Agag (King of Amalek), Haman, Hitler, Grand Mufti Husseini, and Arafat, is seen clearly in today’s leaders from many Arab countries and in the PA/Hamas. (…)
Purim and the Book of Esther
The Book of Esther, one of the books of the Jewish Bible, is a story of palace intrigue centered on a plot to kill all Jews which was thwarted by Esther, a Jewish queen of Persia. Instead of being victims, the Jews killed « all the people who wanted to kill them. » The king gave the Jews the ability to defend themselves against their enemies who tried to kill them. numbering 75,000 (Esther 9:16) including Haman, an Amalekite that led the plot to kill the Jews. The annual Purim festival celebrates this event, and includes the recitation of the biblical instruction to « blot out the remembrance [or name] of Amalek ». Scholars – including Ian Lustick, Marc Gopin, and Steven Bayme – state that the violence described in the Book of Esther has inspired and incited violent acts and violent attitudes in the post-biblical era, continuing into modern times, often centered on the festival of Purim.
- Lustick, Ian, For the land and the Lord: Jewish fundamentalism in Israel, Council on Foreign Relations, 1988. pp ix-xi.
- « Of decisive importance to Jewish fundamentalists is their belief that contemporary political developments are part of an unfolding cosmic drama that will determine, depending on the willingness of Jews to act decisively on its behalf, whether God’s redemption of his people Israel, and of the whole world, will or will not soon reach its completion…. The massacre in the Hebron mosque on the Jewish holiday of Purim is a tragic, but telling, example. Preceded by a rash of killings of Jewish settlers by Muslim fundamentalists … it is not in the least a coincidence that the massacre took place on the Jewish holiday of Purim. For most Jews Purim means listening to .. the Book of Esther .. .It is an occasion for merry-making, games, charity and the exchange of gifts. But as Goldstein sat reading that same book on Purim even in 1994, it is almost certain he identified Yasir Arafat with Haman, the arch-enemy of the Jews of ancient Persia, and the killing of Jewish settlers over the previous months with Haman’s murderous designs. Accordingly, he [Goldstein] focused on often-ignored verses at the end of the book [of Esther] which, for Jewish fundamentalists, capture the essence of the story under contemporary circumstances and contain a divine imperative to act. According to the Book of Esther the Jews are saved by the king who reverses Haman’s evil decree and declares instead that Jews may do unto their enemies what their enemies had intended to do unto them ‘to stand up for themselves, to destroy, to slay, and to annihilate any armed force of any people or province that might assault them, with their little ones and women’ (Esther 8:11)….By mowing down Arabs he believed wanted to kill Jews, Goldstein was re-enacting part of the Purim story. »
- VIDEO – Goldstein’s Massacre at the Mosque
This War is for Us
by Ariel Natan Pasko
March, 26 2003
Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture?
Of course this war against Iraq and Saddam Hussein is for us …
… this war is for us – i.e., the Jews and Israel. Chazal – our sages – throughout the ages have explained the Torah, telling us that everything that happens in the world is for the benefit of the Jewish People.
Simply put another way, if all the world is a stage, then the Jews – and especially those in the Land of Israel – are the lead actors on the stage of history, and the goyim – the nations, i.e. the gentiles – have supporting roles, while the evil-doers are props and background scenery. As our tradition states, G-D – the great playwright – created the world for the sake of the Jewish People, and it is our responsibility to implement the Torah – absolute morality and the blueprint of creation – in it.
Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? In between, « The Jews had light, and gladness, and joy, and honor. » (Book of Esther 8:16)
Read the Purim story in Megilat Esther again, it is a rags to riches story on a national scale. Haman, the proto-typical anti-Semite, plans mass murder of the Jews and in the end pays with his life, the life of his ten sons – all hanged – and the Jews kill 75, 800 members of the anti-Semitic – i.e. Nazi – party of the time.
… As I said earlier, of course this war is for the Jews and Israel, and instead of hiding from the accusation, or crying, « anti-Semitic slur », we should gratefully acknowledge what the Master of the Universe is doing to our enemies for us. Saddam Hussein, Yasser Arafat, Bashar Assad, Osama Bin-Laden, and the other dictators, terrorists and mullahs of the region, are the modern day Hamans …
Q. I was asked, and don’t know the answer behind the story, so I’m hoping you can explain; why did God (and why would he) command Saul in 1 Samuel 15:3 “Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.”
If children are innocent, why the children? I’ve heard other commentators suggest that Agag’s family-tree eventually led to Yasser Arafat and that if Saul had followed God’s command, today there would be no Palestinian issue haunting the Jews.
Our Biblical Command: Obliterate Evil and its Memory
Watching the news last night, I further admire President Bush on how he expressed his condolences to the “Palestinian people”. I applauded his denial of any talks with Arafat, viewing him as an unfit partner in peace due to his known terrorist activities and support of Hamas and Hezbulla. Then I heard Clinton’s condolences, and a clear distinction was noticed:
“Bill Clinton offered his condolences to Arafat’s family, to his partners in the PLO and to the Palestinian people.”
President Bush stated choice words, not recognizing Arafat at all or even mentioning his name, addressing the “Palestinian people” alone:
“We express our condolences to the Palestinian people. For the Palestinian people, we hope that the future will bring peace and the fulfillment of their aspirations for an independent, democratic Palestine that is at peace with its neighbors. During the period of transition that is ahead, we urge all in the region and throughout the world to join in helping make progress toward these goals and toward the ultimate goal of peace.”
The President in no way addressed or recognized Arafat [NOTE DU GENTIL: "MAY HIS NAME BE OBLITERATED" ; "QUE SON NOM SOIT EFFACÉ À TOUT JAMAIS"], only the Palestinian people, as his concern is to assist a people who have long been misled by this terrorist leader. The President desires to see all mankind benefit from a democratic government, guided by God’s Biblical morality. As President Bush views Palestinians as a people who are comprised of both – terrorists and those who are not – he sees this nation as possibly embracing moral and just codes, while eradicating terror. This is the President’s view and vision.
The President has again earned my respect in his unwavering commitment to identify terrorists, and not conceding to any emotional sentiments, even when “death” evokes these feelings in others. The President has displayed a praiseworthy character. This is no small point, and one, which must be valued by us all. Many times our emotions sway our logic, and when one of the most powerful emotions is awakened, I mean “pity”, most people succumb, abandoning true values. The President has remained firm, consistent, and committed to his clear perception of a just morality. It is disheartening that a majority of Jews do not recognize this, even suggesting the unthinkable: that Arafat deserved medical attention. In contrast, no excuse is available for Bill Clinton and Kofi Anan, both expressing condolences for Arafat’s family, as if some loss exists, thereby displaying some value for this known terrorist. This contrast is the point I wish to commence with.
The Bible contains precise, consistent definitions, including who is categorized as evil, and how evil must be viewed and treated. The Bible is a system of absolute truths and values formulated by God – the first and last word.
In Deuteronomy 25:17-19 we read of the Amalek nation. They sought to destroy the Jews, not based on national or military concerns, but due to their opposition to the philosophical role Jews possess as Bible leaders, and thus, their identification with God. Verse 18 says, “and they did not fear God”. We learn that Amalek is not defined through lineage, but through their deadly values. Therefore, all those who embody the Amalekite personality are equally defined as “Amalek”, and eventually, must be obliterated. Arafat, more than anyone, embodied Amalek’s trait of denying the Jews’ role of Bible recipients and its teachers. His desire for the Palestinian capital in Jerusalem denied God’s Biblical oath that Israel and Jerusalem are gifted to Abraham and his descendants. Our receipt of the Bible on Mount Sinai was for the express purpose of studying God’s word and teaching all mankind in His ways. Arafat saw to it that far fewer Bible scholars exist to address God’s mission. Arafat was truly one who “did not fear God.” This defines the Amalek personality.
So essential is the identification and uprooting of evil, that the Bible’s 613 Commandments include the remembrance of Amalek as one of those commands: (Exod. 17:14) “And God said to Moses, ‘Write this remembrance in a book, and place it in the ears of Joshua, for you shall utterly blot out the remembrance of Amalek from under the heavens’.” In this very command, God instructs Moses to “place these words in Joshua’s ears”. Why Joshua? The reason is because Joshua will next lead Israel, thus, God’s command hints to the ‘successive’ need to address new incarnations of Amalek throughout time. Identifying and uprooting evil will always be a leader’s chore. But we may ask why Amalek is a recurring phenomenon.
This idea of “not forgetting” is an essential aspect of wiping out those who oppose God, and His Bible. “Don’t forget” is addressed to a part of the human psyche that wishes such supression. How do we explain this phenomenon? Why would one wish to forget the evils perpetrated by terrorists and evildoers? One answer may be man’s self image. Man wishes to be liked, and this is an understandable need. But man may feel that rejoicing in the death of the wicked, as King Solomon demands, is not morally correct. A person might feel poorly of himself for harboring such sentiments. However, the Bible teaches (Kings I, 3:12) that God granted King Solomon wisdom, unparalleled by any of his predecessors or followers:
“Behold I have done according to your words, behold I have give to you a wise heart, and understanding, that none were like you before you, and after you, none will rise like you.”
Knowing Solomon’s wisdom is of unmatched, Divine origin, we must now read his words on the death of evildoers: “and with the destruction of the wicked, [there is] song.” (Ecclesiastes, 11:10)
If we allow any pity for Arafat to resonate, as expressed by Clinton, Anon and France, we then initiate a journey down a dangerous and self-destructive path. For when we lack a clear definition of evil, we cannot identify and eradicate it: certainly when we show pity for evil. Evil will then most certainly thrive.
This view is what both Clinton and Kofi Anon expressed. They identified with Arafat, in some respect. It is one thing to identify a praiseworthy character trait in Jacob’s twin brother Esau, without praising the entire person. But it is dangerous and foolish, when one recognizes the ‘person’ of Arafat, and worse, suggesting he sought peace, and then mourning his death. However, King Solomon makes it clear: one must be on guard of his emotions of remorse that might be expressed at the death of the wicked. Therefore, King Solomon states we must sing: we must actively realign our emotions with God’s Biblical philosophy to deplore evil in death, just as in life. The bodily “action” of song is required to get our emotions back in line with truth: abstract opinions do not work here. Solomon knew how the emotions work, manipulating the mind by embracing remorse: normally a good emotion. One might also feel remorse at ALL deaths. Death is usually looked at as a sorrowful event. Therefore, this uneasy but Biblically mandated, “celebrative” view of Arafat’s death requires us to follow God’s reasoning and not our knee-jerk emotions. We cannot allow this emotion of pity and sorrow to monopolize our minds, and mitigate our view of “evil”. We must now rejoice in the death of this vicious murderer, this slayer of babies.
So evil was Arafat, a true Amalekite, that not only is his existence an evil, but even his remembrance must be blotted out. This is also a Biblical law. For as long as his name is recalled by humanity, the danger exists that man might be attracted to some element of his personality. But even more derailing of God’s goal that man learns the truth, is that God’s name is obscured, so long as evil exists. This is what is meant when Moses said, “For the hand is on the throne of God, warring with Amalek, from generation to generation.” (Exod. 17:16) Moses stated that God’s “hand” (as it were) is raised in pledge of an eternal war against Amalek – any individual who opposes God will be warred with. (Nachmanides) The word for throne in this verse is in an incomplete form, thereby teaching that God’s very name in the world is yet obscured and incomplete, as long as evil has followers. God’s Biblical laws and philosophies must be the exclusive guidebook for all mankind. There mere memory of Arafat is intolerable. President Bush was correct not to mention his name.
“From generation to generation” means that each generation must wage a war on terror, as it can always return. The very germs of Amalek have human personality as their origin, and we are all human. The real chance exists for Arafat’s philosophies to gain ground with others, and murder more innocents. Neo Nazis and other hate groups are proof. Allowing any recognition of evil to go unchallenged, allows the Arafat/Amalekite philosophy to fester, enabling atrocities to once again become commonplace. This cannot be. The evildoers must always be recognized and repudiated, and those who soften the blow, also must be censured: Clinton, Anon and France included.
In addition to God’s Flood and destruction of Sodom, the Bible is replete with instances condemning evildoers, and what our correct sentiments must be:
“God protects all those who love Him, and all the wicked He will destroy.” (Psalms, 145:20)
“God is only merciful to the merciful.” (Talmud Sabbath, 151)
“Because King Saul had mercy on Agag (the Amalekite) there came from him Haman who pained the Jews.” (Path of the Righteous, Gate VIII)
As recipients of God’s Bible, His Torah, which demands a clear identification and sustained condemnation and obliteration of evildoers and their memory, we must be thankful, praising President Bush for not wavering at all from his committed war on terror, as he expressed by not recognizing Arafat, even in death.
Arafat’s Terrorism – Partial List (Courtesy Arutz Sheva News)
3 mars 2012
|Procés de Nuremberg|
– Chaque fois que l’on parle du roi, s’il est précisé « le roi Assuérus » il s’agit bien de lui, mais lorsque le mot « Roi » seul est écrit, cela fait référence à Dieu. Or la demande d’Esther est faite au Roi… sans le nom d’Assuérus. Cette demande est par conséquent adressée à Dieu lui-même. «…Qu’il soit donné aux Juifs(…) encore demain (mahar en hébreux) »
I-b) Nuremberg et Pourim 1946
2) Souccot 2011 – Mort de Kadhafi le 20 Octobre 2011
1) Pourim 1991 -28/02/91 La Première guerre contre l’Irak nommée «Tempête du désert» débuta le 17 janvier 1991,et se termina au bout de 42 jours, le 28 février 1991 /14 Adar 5751 (Pourim 1991 !), aux portes de Bagdad. Douze ans s’écoulèrent dans le calendrier hébraïque, jusqu’à… Pourim 2003 (18 mars /14 Adar(II) 5763)
2) Pourim 19-20 Mars 2003 -2eme Attaque de l’Irak
Dans la même série de Jugements, en 2003, le «Jeûne d’Esther» tombait le lundi 17 mars 2003 /13 Adar(II) 5763 Ce même jour, un ultimatum de 48h fût signifié à l’Irak de Saddam Hussein !
L’attaque débuta effectivement le 3ème jour après le «Jeûne», la nuit du 19 au 20 mars 2003 /16 Adar(II) 5763 à la fin de la fête de Pourim. Elle dura 8 ans et 9 mois jusqu’au retrait des derniers combattants américains le 18 décembre 2011
- Deux petits + au passage : Jesus-Christ est ressuscité le 3ème jour en l’An 3790 ou l’An 3793 hébraïques (30 ou 33) .. Esther est sortie du Jeûne, le 3ème jour (fêté le 13 Adar) : tout un symbole ! En faitle Jeûne et Pourim présentent beaucoup d’aspects de la Pâque.
Par ailleurs la seconde demande d’Esther contre les 10 fils d’Haman s’est appliquée le jour de Pourim, 14 Adar, le 5ème jour après le début de son jeûne. Souvenons nous que pour Dieu «un jour est comme mille ans» (Ps 90: 4 et 2 Pie 3: 8)… les jugements prononcés ont été exécutés dans les années commençant par 5 du calendrier hébraïque. Effectivement, des Jugements correspondant à la seconde demande d’Esther sont intervenus, comme nous avons vu : en Oct 1946 /5707 pour les nazis. En Irak : Mars 2003 /5763 et Dec 2006 /5767 (Saddam). En Lybie : Mars 2011/5772 et Oct 2011/5772 .
Dès lors on peut se demander quel sera le prochain ?Un des candidats évident est Ahmanjnejhad (décomposable en «Ahaman» et «Jihad», lui aussi demeurant en Perse comme Haman). Faudra-t-il attendre une année de 13 mois comme dans les cas étudiés ? Les prochaines seront 2014 et 2016…
- La seconde demande d’Esther concernant de nouveau les fils d’Haman et qui tombait le jour de Pourim, le 18 mars – 473, correspondantà l’exécution des chefs nazis s’est accomplie .à Souccot ,le samedi 16 octobre 1946 – un 21 Tichri , jour «d’exécution des jugements» ! De la même façon pour Kadhafi , la résolution d’intervenir eut lieu à Pourim 2011 et sa mort eut lieu à Souccot, le 20 octobre 2011, un 22 Tichri. Des jugements différés qui s’accomplissent à la fin de la fête des Tabernacles… « Jour d’exécution des Jugements«, préfiguration du Jugement Final !
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