For a long time now the people have used a solar calendar to know the appointed times of Yahuwah. But is this what the scripture says? And what is a solar calendar exactly? What makes it a solar calendar? What other types of calendars are there? And do the scriptures tell us to use a solar calendar?
We are now going to look at the evidence provided by the scriptures, which will cover the calendar we find in the scriptures and we shall see that the calendar we use today is not fashioned the same way.
When we speak about the days in scripture, we all come to the subject with preconceived ideas. We have our own understanding of what an hour, a day, a month, and a year are, based purely upon what we have grown up with. The adults which are around us teach us these things…
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Dr. Jacques Doukhan, Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament Exegesis at Andrews University, was the featured speaker at Worker’s Meeting for the Upper Columbia Conference of Seventh-day Adventists in August of 2007. The conference was considering establishing a church plant in Spokane, Washington, to reach Messianic Jews. Doukhan was invited to speak to the Conference ministers about the annual feasts.According to three people in attendance, a number of pastors voiced questions about the Biblical calendar. One of the pastors stated that at that time, Doukhan acknowledged that when the Sabbath is calculated by the Biblical calendar, it will fall differently.
If the Sabbath on the Biblical calendar does not fall on Saturday, why does the Seventh-day Adventist Church still teach that Saturday is the Sabbath? Why has the leadership not informed the church members? How long has the leadership known that Saturday is…
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The research director for the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Abbas Barzegar, has a history of publicly supporting a Turkish nonprofit organization that “has provided financial, logistical and political support for jihadists,” according to The Investigative Project on Terrorism.
What makes Barzegar’s praise of Humanitarian Relief Foundation (IHH) particularly noteworthy is that he is the head author of CAIR’s 2019 report on Islamophobia, titled “Hijacked by Hate: American Philanthropy and the Islamophobia Network.” In other words, he has been accusing U.S. nonprofits of Islamophobia while publicly endorsing a group that, according to the former chief of counter-terrorism in Turkey, has furnished material support to jihadists.
It is unclear whether Barzegar was either ignorant of IHH’s role or knew but did not care. When approached by IJT for comment, Barzegar did not respond.
In an op-ed for The Washington Post in 2015, Barzegar claimed that IHH was on the “front lines” in Syria, assisting tens of thousands of Syrian refugees heading towards Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan. He even presented IHH as ideal candidates for becoming “ideological gatekeepers” within the war-torn region, arguing they were capable of performing more than simply “routine aid work.”
These claims could not be farther from the truth. IHH is hardly the organization Barzegar depicted to WaPo readers. It is instead a group that has done a reasonable job of hiding its jihadist affiliations. However, the mask occasionally slips, as in 2014, when the centrist Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported that Turkish police had discovered weaponry disguised as aid in IHH trucks headed for Islamic rebels in Syria.
Or as in 2006, when a confidential U.S. State Department cable released by WikiLeaks expressed that IHH was “suspected by some of international terrorism financing… In 1997 local officers at IHH’s Istanbul headquarters were arrested after a raid by security forces uncovered firearms, explosives and bomb-making instructions.” The confidential cable also expounded upon the fact that IHH had co-organized the funeral for Chechen militant and State Department-designated terrorist Shamil Basayev.
Toronto (September 6, 2019) – Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Center (FSWC) is demanding the University of Toronto to not allow a man with previous ties to a Palestinian terror group to speak on campus.
Issam Al-Yamani has been accused of being a former member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), which has been designated by Canada as a terrorist organization and has carried out numerous terror attacks, including murdering 15 innocent civilians and five military personnel. According to a Global News investigative report, the Immigration and Refugee Board ordered Al-Yamani’s deportation in 2005, but he remains in Canada awaiting the execution of the deportation order. The Canada Border Services Agency has called him a “danger to the security of Canada.”
This contentious speaker is being brought in by the Students Against Israeli Apartheid UofT student group to a campus event at the University of Toronto, according to the group’s Facebook page.
“Frankly, we are surprised he is being given an open platform and that the group itself is able to utilize UofT property to house this event,” said Avi Benlolo, FSWC president and CEO. “In an opinion piece in the Canadian Jewish News this week, the university’s president, Meric Gertler, wrote that the university is standing up against antisemitism. We hope to see these statements come to fruition in this case.
FSWC has contacted UofT President Gertler’s office expressing concerns regarding the event and Al-Yamani and is awaiting a response and course of action.
“The university should also be questioning why a student group is inviting such an individual to speak. Clearly, the intention of BDS and anti-Israel groups on campuses is to promote hate and violence, not human rights. Following this incident, the student group should not be permitted to operate.”
What you have just seen above constitutes your typical black female in 2019, excessively overweight and always ready to get into a fight no matter what condition she’s in. Did you see the black witch at the end of the video in the mobility scooter who attempted to get involved in the fight? Again, I’ll continue to raise the same question every time I bring forward a video of black women getting their royal rumble scrap on, exactly what is feminine and attractive about this type of behaviour?
These will be the same black women who will call you a lame and a square yet at the same time expect you to take them and their devil spawn brood of unbridled brats onboard. Talking about how thinking black men cannot handle “a strong black woman”, no, we’re just not interested in breaking our backs and suffering from hernias attempting…
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