The First Gulf War Back in January of 1991, President George H.W. Bush threatened to attack Saddam Hussein’s Iraq if he didn’t withdraw from Kuwait. Saddam let Bush know that if the USA attacked, he would respond by “burning half of Israel.” Even though Hussein’s war was with the USA, he came through with his […]
Shields, Bows & Arrows – IDF attacks PIJ in Gaza
Last week, we told you about the Islamic Jihad terrorists in Gaza who launched 104 missiles in to Israel. Today the retaliation came from the IDF. In an operation dubbed “Magen v’Chetz” (Shield & Arrow) the Israel Air Force (IAF) eliminated 3 top Islamic Jihad leaders in precision, simultaneous targeted assassinations. A military spokesman said […]
Missiles Launched on Israel – Are we seeing miracles?
This week, terrorists in Gaza launched 104 missiles and mortars into southern Israel in response to a Palestinian Islamic Jihad leader dying in an Israeli prison after an 86-day hunger strike. Our Israeli-made Iron Dome anti-missile system is smart enough to let projectiles headed for open areas to fall harmlessly, but missiles headed for population […]
Why Moses Could Not Enter the Land of Israel
Moses could not enter the Land of Israel because… as God says in Numbers 20:12 “You did not believe in me!” How is it possible Moses didn’t believe in God? Why was striking the rock, instead o speaking to it such a serious offense? Notes and sources below the video!!! Source Sheets LINK TO […]
Rabbi Shmuel Veffer speaks at the Knesset
The biblical meaning of olive oil and how that affects Israel’s relationship with the Nations I was invited to speak about Chanukah at the Yeshiva for the Nations which took place at the Knesset (Israel’s Parliament) MK Rabbi Yehuda Glick was the host of the program along with Jim Garlow and Rosemary Schindler Garlow. There […]
Yom HaAtzmaut – Israel Independence Day
This session was recorded live on Israel Independence Day! Why does Yom HaAtzmaut fall between Passover and Shavuot? Why is Passover called “Time of our Liberty” Zman Heruteinu? What are the Hebrew words for Liberty and Independence and how are they different? What is the religious significance of the political turmoil in Israel today? Why […]
Israel’s Independence Day – A time to sing??
“Yom Ha’atzmaut – Israel Independence Day!” This week, we are celebrating Yom Ha’atzmaut in Israel. Literally translated it means Independence Day. On the 5th of the Hebrew month of Iyar, in 1948, David Ben Gurion proclaimed Israel as an independent Jewish State in its Land for the first time in over 2,000 years (since the […]
What is Holy about the Holy Land?
In this session I hosted for Bridges for Peace arranged by GG Subscriber Lindsay Ingalls, you’ll learn the following: Shmuel’s Aliyah Story Learn why Hebrew, the Holy Language is unique What does the word Holy (Kadosh) really mean? What is the common link between the Holy Land, Holy Nation, Holy Torah, Holy Sabbath and Holy […]
What is Tiberias Biblical Name? Should we use it?
Shalom from Tiberias, Tiveryah, Rakkath, Hammath! Recently I wished my FB Friends “Shabbat Shalom from Tiberias, Israel!” Pretty quickly I received a message in reply, “Good Shabbos to RAKKAH, Israel… the more Rakkah is used, more people will acknowledge the truth and use this REAL NAME [for Tiberias] = RAKKAH, Israel.” (sic) Well I appreciate […]
ISRAEL & UAE DEAL – A Political and Torah Perspective
There’s is no question that the ISRAEL/UAE peace deal is a game changer in the Middle East. But many people have been asking, ‘does this help, or hinder the Biblical destiny of the Nation of Israel?’ How does this agreement fit in politically? Is it a good idea? How does suspending annexing of parts of […]