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US Leaders Again Fail to Protect Citizens – Muslim Kills 8 in NYC

Today in New York City, a muslim jihadi plowed a truck into people killing 8 and injuring approximately 11 others.

He did not do it because he doesn’t have a good job or because he lacks education or because of Israel or because of the lack of McDonald’s in his home country.

He did not do it because he is “deranged.”

He did it because 100% of Islamic doctrine (sharia) mandates jihad (warfare against non-muslims) until the world is under Islamic rule.

How much longer will Americans tolerate the killing our citizens by muslim jihadis?

How much longer will Americans tolerate leaders like New York Mayor De Blasio who coddle, pander to, and support the leaders of jihadi organizations and then feign surprise when jihadis do what Islam commands them to do?

How much longer will Americans tolerate leaders like National Security Advisor Herbert McMaster whose words reveal his utter ignorance of Islam and the threat it causes, and his inaction leads, again, to the death of American citizens?

The US v Holy Land Foundation trial was the largest terrorism financing and Hamas trial ever successfully prosecuted in American history.  The evidence in this case, after a 15 year FBI investigation, reveals there is an Islamic Movement in the United States led by the U.S. Muslim Brotherhood whose stated goal is to overthrow the U.S. government and create an Islamic State under sharia – same goal as the Islamic State and Al Qaeda.

The evidence also reveals that all of the prominent Islamic organizations in the United States are a part of this Movement including, but not limited to:  the majority of the over 3100 Islamic centers/mosques, Islamic Societies, Muslim Students Associations, Muslim American Society, Muslim Public Affairs Council, Islamic Circle of North America, Council on American Islamic Relations (Hamas), Students for Justice in Palestine (Hamas), and others.

The majority of the over 3100 Islamic centers/mosques and all of the prominent Islamic organizations in the United States teach muslim children and muslim adults the same things the Islamic State and Al Qaeda teach their fighters – that jihad is warfare against non-muslims and is obligatory until the entire world is under sharia (Islamic law).  These Islamic sites are the incubators for jihadis just like:  the Islamic Society of Boston supported the Boston marathon bombers; the Islamic Center of Nashville and the local MSA supported the Little Rock, Arkansas jihadi; the Dar al Hijra Islamic Center (Falls Church, VA) and the Islamic Center of Southern California supported 9/11 hijackers and Ft Hood jihadi Major Nidal Hasan; the Islamic Society of Chattanooga supported the jihadi who killed our men in uniform; and on and on it goes.

These places need to be raided, shut down, their leaders arrested and their assets seized.

Leaders like National Security Advisor Herbert McMaster, New York Mayor De Blasio, and others like them  have a professional duty to know these easily identifiable threats and do not.  Now – AGAIN – Americans are dead because of their unprofessionalism – the legal definition of criminal negligence.

We put doctors and lawyers in jail for this, and it is high time our local and federal leaders whose unprofessionalism leads to American deaths go to jail for it too.

Discovered! Mysterious Inscription Tied to Canaanite Deity Proves King David Existed!

lost-temple TOPIC: Discovered! Mysterious Inscription Tied to Canaanite Deity Proves King David Existed!

TALK SHOW GUEST: Zvi Koenigsberg
A recent report of an excavation team from the Israel Antiquities Authority has discovered an ancient ceramic jar inscribed with the name of a “powerful figure,” dating back to the First Temple Period.

The jar- containing the name Eshba’al Ben Bada,’ written in Canaanite script- was uncovered in Khirbet Qeiyafa, Israel, the place thought to be where the ancient Israelite city of Sha’arayim (repeatedly mentioned in the Old Testament and the Hebrew Bible)- is located.

The name “Eshba’al” references the fourth son of King Saul mentioned in the book of Chronicles in the Old Testament or Hebrew Bible. Eshba’al means, “man of Ba’al” – Ba’al being the Canaanite storm god- and is very unusual because it was rarely used by the ancient Israelites at the time.

Another important implication of the excavation site is that it’s located in the Valley of Elah, an area associated with the famous Biblical battle between David and Goliath. Continue Reading →

New Discoveries advance the hypothesis of “The Lost Temple of Israel”

lost-temple TOPIC: New Discoveries advance the hypothesis of “The Lost Temple of Israel”

TALK SHOW GUEST: Zvi Koenigsberg

The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported Wednesday that a Tel Aviv University team has now successfully deciphered a series of ostraca, or ancient seals, discovered in the Arad section of Israel south of Jerusalem.

The messages on the seals, written in ancient Hebrew and dated approximately 1,000 years BCE, further buttresses the groundbreaking claims made by Zvi Koenigsberg, author of  “The Lost Temple of Israel as these seals indicate Israeli presence on the land centuries before previously proven.  Continue Reading →

Harvard Professor endorses “The Lost Temple of Israel”

lost-temple TOPIC: Harvard Professor endorses “The Lost Temple of Israel”
TALK SHOW GUEST
Zvi Koenigsberg

Adding to the international momentum of “The Lost Temple of Israel” Harvard University’s Hancock Professor of Hebrew at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations Peter Machinist wrote the following regarding Zvi Koenigsberg’s groundbreaking research:

“You write in a fluent, accessible way that draws the reader immediately into the world you are creating, and the mixture of your autobiography with the scholarly effort to make sense of Deuteronomy archaeologically and historically held my interest throughout. I have still to think a little further about some of your conclusions and arguments, but that they are serious and need to be treated most seriously is beyond critique.” Continue Reading →

The Lost Temple of Israel

TOPIC: The Lost Temple of Israel
TALK SHOW GUEST
Zvi Koenigsberg

Zvi Koenigsberg wrote the book “The Lost Temple of Israel” as a true account of his involvement in an excavation at Mt. Ebal which was led by Professor Adam Zertal, a sought-after Professor of Archaeology at Haifa University. This excavation led Zvi down a path of archaeological, biblical and historical research that may change the way substantial sections of the Bible are understood.

Zvi became “infected” with the archaeology bug almost from the moment he arrived in Israel. The day after he arrived was the day the Western Wall in Jerusalem was conquered on June 7, 1967, by Israeli paratroopers. His research was mentored by the late Professor Benjamin Mazar, who befriended him, and who shared with him a vast knowledge and understanding. Mazar, a one-time president of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, conducted excavations of the area surrounding the Western Wall. Zvi’s decade of work with Dr. Mazar provided him with an education that transcended the usual classroom experience. Continue Reading →

Children of Same Sex Couples Speak Out

TOPIC: Children of Same Sex Couples Speak Out
TALK SHOW GUESTS:
Robert Oscar Lopez, Kathy Faust, Denise Shick, Dawn Stefanowicz

Over 10 years after the Massachusetts State Supreme Court Goodridge decision was rendered which proclaimed gay marriage legal, the children of same sex parents have been silenced.

“When will the voices of the children of these unions be heard?” asks a group of authors and scholars, all raised by gay or lesbian parents. Given the likelihood that the scientific community has studied, often with taxpayer funding, virtually every nuance and permutation of groups and their relations based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, income, age and other configurations, their apparent lack of curiosity regarding the social phenomena of gay marriage is a fascinating illustration of an absence of scientific objectivity and integrity. Continue Reading →