Wednesday, January 14, 2009


New Film for Rebuilding Joseph's Tomb to Premiere in Big Apple

by Gil Ronen

( The Samaria (Shomron) Regional Council is stepping up its effort to rebuild the Tomb of Joseph in Shechem, which was desecrated by Arabs in the year 2000, and is about to begin screenings of an original film about the recent rebuilding of the tomb.

Americans for a Safe Israel will be sponsoring the premiere screening of the film Wednesday, January 21st at 7:30 p.m. at the Edmond J. Safra Synagogue (11 E. 63rd St. between 5th and Madison, NYC). David HaIvri of the Shomron Liaison Office will present the film.

A preview of the film can be viewed here:

On October 1, 2000, Arabs attacked an IDF force that had been stationed in the tomb and killed one soldier. They then ransacked the tomb and desecrated it. Since then, Jews have not been able to enter the tomb in daylight hours. The IDF has allowed a series of nighttime visits by Jews in the past year. It claims that daytime visits constitute a security risk.

For information on additional screenings in the US contact

Joseph isn't Jewish! Joseph is the son of Rachel, the forefather of the Anglo-Saxon-Celtic peoples. Leah is the mother of the Jewish people, although Rachel is also the mother of Benjamin (Joseph's beloved brother) and some from the tribe of Benjamin went with Judah when the northern Ten Tribes went apostate and suffered defeat and deportation by the Assyrians (as Judah later fell to the Babylonians, failing to learn from history).

Christian Zionists (like Orde Wingate) recognize that God has blessed our Jewish brethren to serve as His custodians of the Promised Land of Israel, to be the first to return to Zion, to clear the way as pioneers and hold the land in trust for all Twelve Tribes of Israel, and so many of them do (even though hampered by Hellenists and persecuted by UNJews).

Today Israel is the Jewish homeland and our British Israelite nations should encourage our Jewish brethren to refuse to surrender an inch to our sworn enemies, to liberate those biblical territories still suffering under Arab occupation, and tend to the Holy Land of Israel with tender loving care, especially the Temple Mount.

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