Genesis 41-42

40:1 And it came to pass after these things, that the chief cupbearer of the king of Egypt and the chief baker trespassed against their lord the king of Egypt.

40:2 And Pharao was wroth with his two eunuchs, with his chief cupbearer, and with his chief baker.

40:3 And he put them in ward, into the prison, into the place whereinto Joseph had been led.

40:4 And the chief keeper of the prison committed them to Joseph, and he stood by them; and they were [some] days in the prison.

40:5 And they both had a dream in one night; and the vision of the dream of the chief cupbearer and chief baker, who belonged to the king of Egypt, who were in the prison, was this.

40:6 Joseph went in to them in the morning, and saw them, and they had been troubled.

40:7 And he asked the eunuchs of Pharao who were with im in the prison with his master, saying, Why is it that your countenances are sad to-day?

40:8 And they said to him, We have seen a dream, and there is no interpreter of it. And Joseph said to them, Is not the interpretation of them through god? tell [them] than to me.

40:9 And the chief cupbearer related his dream to Joseph, and said, I my dream a vine was before me.

40:10 And in the vine [were] three stems; and it budding shot forth blossoms; the clusters of grapes were ripe.

40:11 And the cup of Pharao was in my hand; and I took the bunch of grapes, and squeezed it into the cup, and gave the cup into Pharao’s hand.

40:12 And Joseph said to him, This is the interpretation of it. The three stems are three days.

40:13 Yet three days and Pharao shall remember thy office, and he shall restore thee to thy place of chief cupbearer, and thou shalt give the cup of Pharao into his hand, according to thy former high place, as thou wast wont to be cupbearer.

40:14 But remember me of thyself, when it shall be well with thee, and thou shalt deal mercifully with me, and thou shalt make mention of me to Pharao, and thou shalt bring me forth out of this dungeon.

40:15 For surely I was stolen away out of the land of the Hebrews, and here I have done nothing, but they have cast me into this pit.

40:16 And the chief baker saw that he interpreted aright; and he said to Joseph, I also saw a dream, and methought I took up on my head three baskets of mealy food.

40:17 And in the upper basket there was the work of the baker of every kind which Pharao eats; and the fowls of the air ate them out of the basket that was on my head.

40:18 And Joseph answered and said to him, This is the interpretation of it; The three baskets are three days.

40:19 Yet three days, and Pharao shall take away thy head from off thee, and shall hang thee on a tree, and the birds of the sky shall eat thy flesh from off thee.

40:20 And it came to pass on the third day that it was Pharao’s birth-day, and he made a banquet for all his servants, and he remembered the office of the cupbearer and the office of the baker in the midst of his servants.

40:21 And he restored the chief cupbearer to his office, and he gave the cup into Pharao’s hand.

40:22 And he hanged the chief baker, as Joseph, interpreted to them.

40:23 Yet did not the chief cupbearer remember Joseph, but forgot him.

 

41:1 And it came to pass after two full years that Pharao had a dream. He thought he stood upon [the bank of] the river.

41:2 And lo, there came up as it were out of the river seven cows, fair in appearance, and choice of flesh, and they fed on the sedge.

41:3 And other seven cows came up after these out of the river, ill-favoured and lean-fleshed, and fed by the [other] cows on the bank of the river.

41:4 And the seven ill-favoured and lean cows devoured the seven well-favoured and choice-fleshed cows; and Pharao awoke.

41:5 And he dreamed again. And, behold, seven ears came up on one stalk, choice and good.

41:6 And, behold, seven ears thin and blasted with the wind, grew up after them.

41:7 And the seven thin ears and blasted with the wind devoured the seven choice and full ears; and Pharao awoke, and it was a dream.

41:8 And it was morning, and his soul was troubled; and he sent and called all the interpreters of Egypt, and all her wise men; and Pharao related to them his dream, and there was no one to interpret it to Pharao.

41:9 And the chief cupbearer spoke to Pharao, saying, I this day remember my fault:

41:10 Pharao was angry with his servants, and put us in prison in the house of the captain of the guard, both me and the chief baker.

41:11 And we had a dream both in one night, I and he; we saw, each according to his dream.

41:12 And there was there with us a young man, a Hebrew servant of the captain of the guard; and we related to him [our dreams], and he interpreted [them] to us.

41:13 And it came to pass, as he interpreted them to us, so also it happened, both that I was restored to my office, and that he was hanged.

41:14 And Pharao having sent, called Joseph; and they brought him out from the prison, and shaved him, and changed his dress, and he came to Pharao.

41:15 And Pharao said to Joseph, I have seen a vision, and there is no one to interpret it; but I have heard say concerning thee that thou didst hear dreams and interpret them.

41:16 And Joseph answered Pharao and said, Without God an answer of safety shall not be given to Pharao.

41:17 And Pharao spoke to Joseph, saying, In my dream methought I stood by the bank of the river;

41:18 and there came up as it were out of the river, seven cows well-favoured and choice-fleshed, and they fed on the sedge.

41:19 And behold seven other cows came up after them out of the river, evil and ill-favoured and lean-fleshed, such that I never saw worse in all the land of Egypt.

41:20 And the seven ill-favoured and thin cows ate up the seven first good and choice cows.

41:21 And they went into their bellies; and it was not perceptible that they had gone into their bellies, and their appearance was ill-favoured, as also at the beginning; and after I awoke I slept,

41:22 and saw again in my sleep, and as it were seven ears came up on one stem, full and good.

41:23 And other seven ears, thin and blasted with the wind, sprang up close to them.

41:24 And the seven thin and blasted ears devoured the seven fine and full ears: so I spoke to the interpreters, and there was no one to explain it to me.

41:25 And Joseph said to Pharao, The dream of Pharao is one; whatever God does, he has shewn to Pharao.

41:26 The seven good cows are seven years, and the seven good ears are seven years; the dream of Pharao is one.

41:27 And the seven thin kine that came up after them are seven years; and the seven thin and blasted ears are seven years; there shall be seven years of famine.

41:28 And as for the word which I have told Pharao, whatsoever God intends to do, he has shewn to Pharao:

41:29 behold, for seven years there is coming great plenty in all the land of Egypt.

41:30 But there shall come seven years of famine after these, and they shall forget the plenty that shall be in all Egypt, and the famine shall consume the land.

41:31 And the plenty shall not be known in the land by reason of the famine that shall be after this, for it shall be very grievous.

41:32 And concerning the repetition of the dream to Pharao twice, [it is] because the saying which is from God shall be true, and God will hasten to accomplish it.

41:33 Now then, look out a wise and prudent man, and set him over the land of Egypt.

41:34 And let Pharao make and appoint local governors over the land; and let them take up a fifth part of all the produce of the land of Egypt for the seven years of the plenty.

41:35 And let them gather all the food of these seven good years that are coming, and let the corn be gathered under the hand of Pharao; let food be kept in the cities.

41:36 And the stored food shall be for the land against the seven years of famine, which shall be in the land of Egypt; and the land shall not be utterly destroyed by the famine.

41:37 And the word was pleasing in the sight of Pharao, and in the sight of all his servants.

41:38 And Pharao said to all his servants, Shall we find such a man as this, who has the Spirit of God in him?

41:39 And Pharao said to Joseph, Since God has shewed thee all these things, there is not a wiser or more prudent man than thou.

41:40 Thou shalt be over my house, and all my people shall be obedient to thy word; only in the throne will I excel thee.

41:41 And Pharao said to Joseph, Behold, I set thee this day over all the land of Egypt.

41:42 And Pharao took his ring off his hand, and put it on the hand of Joseph, and put on him a robe of fine linen, and put a necklace of gold about his neck.

41:43 And he mounted him on the second of his chariots, and a herald made proclamation before him; and he set him over all the land of Egypt.

41:44 And Pharao said to Joseph, I am Pharao; without thee no one shall lift up his hand on all the land of Egypt.

41:45 And Pharao called the name of Joseph, Psonthomphanech; and he gave him Aseneth, the daughter of Petephre, priest of Heliopolis, to wife.

41:46 And Joseph was thirty years old when he stood before Pharao, king of Egypt. And Joseph went out from the presence of Pharao, and went through all the land of Egypt.

41:47 And the land produced, in the seven years of plenty, [whole] handfuls [of corn].

41:48 And he gathered all the food of the seven years, in which was the plenty in the land of Egypt; and he laid up the food in the cities; the food of the fields of a city round about it he laid up in it.

41:49 And Joseph gathered very much corn as the sand of the sea, until it could not be numbered, for there was no number [of it].

41:50 And to Joseph were born two sons, before the seven years of famine came, which Aseneth, the daughter of Petephres, priest of Heliopolis, bore to him.

41:51 And Joseph called the name of the first-born, Manasse; for God, [said he], has made me forget all my toils, and all my father’s house.

41:52 And he called the name of the second, Ephraim; for God, [said he], has increased me in the land of my humiliation.

41:53 And the seven years of plenty passed away, which were in the land of Egypt.

41:54 And the seven years of famine began to come, as Joseph said; and there was a famine in all the land; but in all the land of Egypt there was bread.

41:55 And all the land of Egypt was hungry; and the people cried to Pharao for bread. And Pharao said to all the Egyptians, Go to Joseph, and do whatsoever he shall tell you.

41:56 And the famine was on the face of all the earth; and Joseph opened all the granaries, and sold to all the Egyptians.

41:57 And all countries came to Egypt to buy of Joseph, for the famine prevailed in all the earth.

 

42:1 And Jacob having seen that there was a sale [of corn] in Egypt, said to his sons, Why are ye indolent?

42:2 Behold, I have heard that there is corn in Egypt; go down thither, and buy for us a little food, that we may live, and not die.

42:3 And the ten brethren of Joseph went down to buy corn out of Egypt.

42:4 But [Jacob] sent not Benjamin, the brother of Joseph, with his brethren; for he said, Lest, haply, disease befall him.

42:5 And the sons of Israel came to buy with those that came, for the famine was in the land of Chanaan.

42:6 And Joseph was ruler of the land; he sold to all the people of the land. And the brethren of Joseph, having come, did reverence to him, [bowing] with the face to the ground.

42:7 And when Joseph saw his brethren, he knew them, and estranged himself from them, and spoke hard words to them; and said to them, Whence are ye come? And they said, Out of the land of Chanaan, to buy food.

42:8 And Joseph knew his brethren, but they knew not him.

42:9 And Joseph remembered his dream, which he saw; and he said to them, Ye are spies; to observe the marks of the land are ye come.

42:10 But they said, Nay, Sir, we thy servants are come to buy food;

42:11 we are all sons of one man; we are peaceable, thy servants are not spies.

42:12 And he said to them, Nay, but ye are come to observe the marks of the land.

42:13 And they said, We thy servants are twelve brethren, in the land of Chanaan; and, behold, the youngest is with our father to-day, but the other one is not.

42:14 And Joseph said to them, This is it that I spoke to you, saying, ye are spies;

42:15 herein shall ye be manifested; by the health of Pharao, ye shall not depart hence, unless your younger brother come hither.

42:16 Send one of you, and take your brother; and go ye to prison, till your words be clear, whether ye speak the truth or not; but, if not, by the health of Pharao, verily ye are spies.

42:17 And he put them in prison three days.

42:18 And he said to them on the third day, This do, and ye shall live, for I fear God.

42:19 If ye be peaceable, let one of your brethren be detained in prison; but go ye, and carry back the corn ye have purchased.

42:20 And bring your younger brother to me, and your words shall be believed; but, if not, ye shall die. And they did so.

42:21 And each said to his brother, Yes, indeed, for we are in fault concerning our brother, when we disregarded the aguish of his soul, when he besought us, and we hearkened not to him; and therefore has this affliction come upon us.

42:22 And Ruben answered them, saying, Did I not speak to you, saying, Hurt not the boy, and ye heard me not? and, behold, his blood is required.

42:23 But they knew not that Joseph understood them; for there was an interpreter between them.

42:24 And Joseph turned away from them, and wept; and again he came to them, and spoke to them; and he took Symeon from them, and bound him before their eyes.

42:25 And Joseph gave orders to fill their vessels with corn, and to return their money to each into his sack, and to give them provision for the way; and it was so done to them.

42:26 And having put the corn on the asses, they departed thence.

42:27 And one having opened his sack to give his asses fodder, at the place where they rested, saw also his bundle of money, for it was on the mouth of his sack.

42:28 And he said to his brethren, My money has been restored to me, and behold this is in my sack. And their heart was wonder-struck, and they were troubled, saying one to another, What is this that God has done to us?

42:29 And they came to their father, Jacob, into the land of Chanaan, and reported to him all that had happened to them, saying,

42:30 The man, the lord of the land, spoke harsh words to us, and put us in prison as spies of the land.

42:31 And we said to him, We are men of peace, we are not spies.

42:32 We are twelve brethren, sons of our father; one is not, and the youngest is with his father to-day in the land of Chanaan.

42:33 And the man, the lord of the land, said to us, Herein shall I know that ye are peaceable; leave one brother here with me, and having taken the corn ye have purchased for your family, depart.

42:34 And bring to me your younger brother; then I shall know that ye are not spies, but that ye are men of peace: and I will restore you your brother, and ye shall trade in the land.

42:35 And it came to pass as they were emptying their sacks, there was each man’s bundle of money in his sack; and they and their father saw their bundles of money, and they were afraid.

42:36 And their father Jacob said to them, Ye have bereaved me. Joseph is not, Symeon is not, and will ye take Benjamin? all these things have come upon me.

42:37 And Ruben spoke to his father, saying, Slay my two sons, if I bring him not to thee; give him into my hand, and I will bring him back to thee.

42:38 But he said, My son shall not go down with you, because his brother is dead, and he only has been left; and [suppose] it shall come to pass that he is afflicted by the way by which ye go, then ye shall bring down my old age with sorrow to Hades.

Half-Asian man, who looks 100% Asian, with a Caucasian father and Asian mother, recites a spoken word poem in which he refers to himself as “yellow piss on white snow.” More failure parenting from white-worshipping Asian mothers and opportunistic, racist White fathers who failed to predict their own son’s Asian appearance, and happily contributed to a violently racist society against their own children.

Half-Asian man, who looks 100% Asian, with a Caucasian father and Asian mother, recites a spoken word poem in which he refers to himself as “yellow piss on white snow.” More failure parenting from white-worshipping Asian mothers and opportunistic, racist White fathers who failed to predict their own son’s Asian appearance, and happily contributed to a violently racist society against their own children.

"I'm not racist, my wife is Asian!" What will happen when racist, "weird," anti-social, anti-diversity, anti-feminist, anti-black, anti-asian men marry "traditional, family oriented," status-obsessed, racist asian tiger moms who hope their children look white for privilege - and produce half asian sons who look totally asian - and hear "no asian guys", and have to deal with constant racism against asian men? An honest appraisal of self hatred and frightening sociology.

A summary of the utter pain and horror of being a Half-Asian man in America, and a preview of the “Hapacalypse”  – a large number of half-Asian men who look Asian, but are subjected to extreme and unapologetic casual and real racism against them by their own white-worshipping mothers and conservative, priveleged, unattractive, “incel,” anti-progressive fathers.

Thanks to the western world’s hypocritical racism against Asian men, carried out by none other than our own mothers and fathers – you can all look forward to the “Hapacalypse” coming to a town near you – extremely maladjusted, extremely racist, and extremely self-hating half-Asians who will not take lightly to being denied white privilege, after being raised as white supremacists by their own self-hating, pragmatist Tiger Mothers, while being mocked and degraded for looking Asian, both at home, and outside of it.

This should be the holy grail of anything and everything half-Asian…

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The Case For SYSBM – A Serious Dearth Of Attractive Non Criminal Minded Black Women!

The Case For SYSBM – A Serious Dearth Of Attractive Non Criminal Minded Black Women!

Exposing Corruption Under Every Rock

Evidence:
https://chicago.cbslocal.com/2020/02/19/3-women-charged-with-beating-robbing-man-in-car-in-lincoln-park/

But according to the menstruating, low T level pro black simp Aaron Fountain, we SYSBM brothers are “fringes” as well as “oddballs” for desiring to hook up with better looking women than these horror flick looking criminal monsters from the great deep. Just look at the state of these chicks, and to think that we have these pro black flunkies trying their best to shame us into returning to the plantation in order to date, marry and procreate with these tacky weaved up, manly looking broads, no thanks, I’ll pass, I’m good.

The sad part is I can guarantee you that all of these heifers have children, meaning somebody already chose to go there and did the dirty deed. No matter how unattractive and morally bankrupt black women are, there will always be a barrage of simps willing to scoop them up. Now I don’t have any problems…

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Citizen journalists prosecuted over BC “trans” child case | The Gunn Show:

 

John William Money (8 July 1921 – 7 July 2006) was a New Zealand American psychologist, sexologist and author specializing in research into sexual identity and biology of gender. He was one of the first researchers to publish theories on the influence of societal constructs of “gender” on individual formation of gender identity. Money introduced the terms gender identity, gender role and sexual orientation and popularised the term paraphilia.[1][2]

Recent academic studies have criticized Money’s work in many respects, particularly in regard to his involvement with the involuntary sex-reassignment of the child David Reimer,[3] his forcing this child and his brother to simulate sex acts which Money photographed[4] and the adult suicides of both brothers.[4]

 

Pedophilia opinions

John Money was critical in debates on chronophilias, especially pedophilia.[31] He stated that both sexual researchers and the public do not make distinctions between affectional pedophilia and sadistic pedophilia. Money asserted that affectional pedophilia was about love and not sex.

If I were to see the case of a boy aged ten or eleven who’s intensely erotically attracted toward a man in his twenties or thirties, if the relationship is totally mutual, and the bonding is genuinely totally mutual … then I would not call it pathological in any way.[32][33]

Money held the view that affectional pedophilia is caused by a surplus of parental love that became erotic, and is not a behavioral disorder. Rather, he took the position that heterosexuality is another example of a societal and therefore superficial, ideological concept.[32][33]

Miami U fraternity members appeared in court on hazing, assault charges

OXFORD, Ohio (FOX19) – Several of the 18 suspects facing charges following a fraternity hazing incident at Miami University faced an Oxford judge on Tuesday.

Hugh Webster, Michael Keen, James MacKeigan, Joshua Karl Plaster, Scott Sidner, Grady McMichen, Samay Pahouja, Bennett Faloni, Jonathan Rauch, Benjamin Grossheim, Liam Newcomer and Conner Meek appeared in court.

There were eight guilty pleas and several other cases were continued.

The victim, Tyler Perino, and his mother also appeared in court.

“The moment I knew something was not right was when the acting members made the pledge class, including myself, stay up all night, jam-packed in a room with no food or water. Sadly, I felt that I was trapped in a group of people that would shame me forever for leaving the fraternity,” Perino said.

“The absolute hardest thing for me to hear, in all of this, was that he was hungry and in need of food and you gave him dog food. That’s the most caring thing to do for another is to feed them… and all of you messed with him instead,” his mother said.

According to an indictment, the violent hazing incident took place last March at the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity, where students were beaten with spiked paddles, kicked and forced to drink countless amounts of alcohol and smoke marijuana.

The hazing incident ending up leaving one student hospitalized.

The indictment contains charges of assault and criminal hazing. Some of the men are facing two charges, while others face as many as six.

Maximum penalties for the single hazing charge are a $250 fine and 30 days in jail, however, jail time was suspended.

The assault charges carry a maximum sentence of six months in jail.

Perino’s mother painted a graphic picture of horrific bruising and battering of her son and the forced consumption of alcohol.

“It is nothing short of abuse and no matter what happens as a result in this courtroom today you will have to live with what you did to another human being and how you justified it,” she said.

Jason Londa – Pleaded guilty to hazing
Nicholas Griswold – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $100 fine
Josh Plaster – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $250 fine
Liam Newcomer – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $100 fine
James Mackeigan – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $100 fine, 1-year probation
Michael Keen – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $100 fine
Scott Sidner – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $100 fine
Hugh Webster – Pleaded guilty to hazing; $200 fine
Jonathan Rauch – Continued
Samay Pahouja – Continued
Benjamin Grossheim – Continued

The chapter has been suspended until 2034.

Tyler Joseph Glowaski has already pleaded guilty in this case.

Three other suspects, Nicholas Carmichael, Jason Londa and Alex Niezyniecki, are expected to face a judge on March 10.

The chapter has an option to petition after 10 years in 2029 to be reinstated on campus.

https://www.fox19.com/2020/02/25/miami-u-fraternity-members-appear-court-hazing-assault-charges/

Why Employers Deserve Much Of The Scorn And Blame For The Student Debt Crisis

But there’s another group that seems to have largely escaped the public’s wrath, despite their unique role in driving this entirely unnecessary crisis. We take it for granted that our kids “need” to obtain a college degree because so many jobs require them, but the need is mostly artificial. Thousands of employers across the country have chosen to arbitrarily inflate their job requirements, often demanding that applicants have degrees for positions that don’t actually necessitate them. And it’s only getting worse. Positions that didn’t require any degree 20 years ago now require a bachelor’s, and positions that required a bachelors 20 years ago now require a master’s. This, again, is artificial. People without degrees could perform the tasks necessary for most of these positions but employers disqualify them from consideration right out of the gate, for no good reason.

Obviously, some jobs really do require additional formal schooling. Nobody is suggesting that a guy with a high school diploma should be hired off the street to perform brain surgery at Johns Hopkins. But most jobs outside of science and medicine have to be learned by doing. It’s not as though companies save money on training new hires by limiting themselves to college graduates. They still have to train the college graduates, which is no surprise because most college graduates have little to no work experience.

It might be argued that employers look for the degree because, even if it’s in dance theory or comparative religion, it at least proves that the applicant is competent and hardworking. Well, I’d like to see some research supporting that assumption. I see no reason to conclude that college grads are any smarter, any more competent, or any harder working than non-college grads. In fact, I’d wager that the scale tips the other way. A 23-year-old who has been working and supporting himself since 18 has already demonstrated, at a minimum, that he has the basic skills necessary to be a functioning adult in society. A 23-year-old who has been sitting in classrooms all that time has not demonstrated that or anything else. All the college degree proves, in and of itself, is that he either had the money to pay for a degree or was willing to take on the debt. Why should that fact alone mean that his resume goes to the top of the stack?

 

We all know the truth. Employers demand high price degrees for entry level positions that a moderately intelligent monkey could learn in less than week simply out of laziness. The degree requirement is a way to cull the herd of applicants, making it easier and quicker to sift through. If qualified applicants are tossed aside, that’s a sacrifice the employer is willing to make for the sake of streamlining the process. But if it wasn’t for the arbitrary demands of these lazy HR departments, kids out of high school may not feel the need to take on crushing debt just to obtain a piece of paper that may only ever function as a calling card that prevents their resumes from being automatically thrown in the trash.

Perhaps the companies that unjustly discriminate against competent workers who lack that piece of paper should finally start absorbing some of the scorn and blame we direct everywhere except at them. Yes, they have every right to come up with whatever unnecessary and expensive job requirements they want. But they deserve to be named and shamed for it. Much of the current crisis is their fault. And it’s about time we hold them responsible for it.

 

https://www.dailywire.com/news/walsh-why-employers-deserve-much-of-the-scorn-and-blame-for-the-student-debt-crisis

Elderly White Man Tells His Black Female Caretaker He Wants Oral!

the black woman in question is not angry at him.  if the elderly was a black man she would have a different attitude. she recorded it and put it on worldstarhiphop

 

original video

 

https://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshhSTphLSm9zbh1pK22

 

commentary by David Caroll

 

https://fsavenger.com/watch_video.php?v=B44N1DG48A2R

 

 

 

 

 

 

Palestinian Terrorist Authority Converts Ancient Hasmonean (Jewish) Fortress into a ‘Palestinian Tourist Site’

The Palestinian Authority (PA) recently seized a Hasmonean-era fortress in the Shomron and has converted it into “a Palestinian tourist site” as part of its campaign to seize Jewish heritage sites and transform them into “Palestinians sites” while systematically demolishing archaeological findings.

The Shomrim Al Hanetzach‎ (Guarding Eternity) organization discovered on Sunday that the PA had installed a massive flag mast and lighting at the fortress of Arama, an ancient Hasmonean archaeological site which dominates the ancient road from Shechem (Nablus) to the Jordan Valley.

 

Tel Aruma, which is mentioned in the Bible as the city of Avimelech, was the northernmost fortress of the Jewish state during the Hasmonean period.

Photos from the site, seen by TPS, show that the PA’s construction caused damage to the fortress’s wall and blocked its water reservoirs. The PA also added a heavy concrete casting for the PA flag flying at the site.

“The PA has declared war on our history,” Shomrim Al Hanetzach warned.

Shomrim Al Hanetzach‎ is dedicated to fighting the rampant Arab antiquities theft and destruction in Judea and Samaria.

 

The PA is “turning the place into an active Palestinian tourist site while causing shocking destruction of the archaeological findings and history which we will never be able to recover,” the organization said.

Shomrim Al Hanetzach noted that the phenomenon of antiquity destruction is pervasive and affects all sites that are not under permanent preservation, and a survey of the sites in Judea and Samaria shows that a staggering 95% of the archaeological sites have been robbed, vandalized or disturbed.

Shomrim Al Hanetzach has formulated a national plan to fight this trend.

“According to the Oslo Accords, there is a requirement for full coordination between Israel and the PA in all matters related to archaeology, like there is security coordination. Therefore, in a situation where there is no security, Israel is obliged to act, so as in crimes against history, Israel is obliged to act,” Shomrim Al Hanetzach stated.

The PA has previously taken control of Israeli and Jewish heritage sites in an attempt to usurp it of its national identity and legacy, in contradiction to the historical and archaeological findings.

Palestinian Authority Converts Ancient Hasmonean (Jewish) Fortress into a ‘Palestinian Tourist Site’

 

Dealing With Anti SYSBM Stubble, Part 2 – Aaron Fountain!

Dealing With Anti SYSBM Stubble, Part 2 – Aaron Fountain!

Exposing Corruption Under Every Rock

Evidence:

https://pookiesdagglesandmaggles.com

https://twitter.com/aaronfountainjr

Yes, the pro black female/black women first flunky who wrote the SYSBM hit-piece for the Black Youth Project website back in November 2019 has now decided to set up his own side blog where he aims to “keep tabs” on the rising “misogynoir” being increasingly directed towards black women from black men. Of course Fountain being the disingenuous buzzard that he is point blank refuses to deal with the multitude of legitimate reasons behind the growing disgruntlement more black men are having with black women but hey, this is always to be expected from matriarchal, ultra liberal, low testosterone black male weasels who worship black queanies.

Let us skim through lotion boy Fountain’s latest diatribe on SYSBM, deconstruct the rubbish to see if he has any valid counter arguments or if the bootlicker is simply full of hot air, flatulence and decomposing garbage.

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They Continue To Tell On Themselves, Part 17 – The Wall Is Undefeated!

They Continue To Tell On Themselves, Part 17 – The Wall Is Undefeated!

Exposing Corruption Under Every Rock

Evidence:

Unfortunately, after the slut Brittany Renner has finished being ran through by every dude on the block, they’ll always be a group of braindead simps waiting in the wings ready to wife up broads like this. If more men had a robust and solid code of rejecting slappers like her when the Wall hits ie their options become very limited then Western women in general wouldn’t be walking around with these cocky, brazen, arrogant and haughty attitudes. Just think about it, as long as this chick still looks good, despite her history of hopping from one penis to the next, she already knows full well that she won’t have a problem selecting a desperate simp who won’t hesitate to treat her like royalty when she ought to be dealt with like trash.

What this witch above said is straight out of the Feminist chronicles, and you wonder why…

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Genesis 38-40

38:1 And it came to pass at that time that Judas went down from his brethren, and came as far as to a certain man of Odollam, whose name was Iras.

38:2 And Judas saw there the daughter of a Chananitish man, whose name was Sava; and he took her, and went in to her.

38:3 And she conceived and bore a son, and called his name, Er.

38:4 And she conceived and bore a son again; and called his name, Aunan.

38:5 And she again bore a son; and called his name, Selom: and she was in Chasbi when she bore them.

38:6 And Judas took a wife for Er his first-born, whose name was Thamar.

38:7 And Er, the first-born of Judas, was wicked before the Lord; and God killed him.

38:8 And Judas said to Aunan, Go in to thy brother’s wife, and marry her as her brother-in-law, and raise up seed to thy brother.

38:9 And Aunan, knowing that the seed should not be his– it came to pass when he went in to his brother’s wife, that he spilled [it] upon the ground, so that he should not give seed to his brother’s wife.

38:10 And his doing this appeared evil before God; and he slew him also.

38:11 And Judas said to Thamar, his daughter-in-law, Sit thou a widow in the house of thy father-in-law, until Selom my son be grown; for he said, lest he also die as his brethren; and Thamar departed, and sat in the house of her father.

38:12 And the days were fulfilled, and Sava the wife of Judas died; and Judas, being comforted, went to them that sheared his sheep, himself and Iras his Shepherd the Odollamite, to Thamna.

38:13 And it was told Thamar his daughter-in-law, saying, Behold, thy father-in-law goeth up to Thamna, to shear his sheep.

38:14 And having taken off the garments of her widowhood from her, she put on a veil, and ornamented her face, and sat by the gates of Aenan, which is in the way to Thamna, for she saw that Selom was grown; but he gave her not to him for a wife.

38:15 And when Judas saw her, he thought her to be a harlot; for she covered her face, and he knew her not.

38:16 And he went out of his way to her, and said to her, Let me come in to thee; for he knew not that she was his daughter-in-law; and she said, What wilt thou give me if thou shouldest come in to me?

38:17 And he said, I will send thee a kid of the goats from my flock; and she said, [Well], if thou wilt give me an earnest, until thou send it.

38:18 And he said, What is the earnest that I shall give thee? and she said, Thy ring, and thy bracelet, and the staff in thy hand; and he gave them to her, and went in to her, and she conceived by him.

38:19 And she arose and departed, and took her veil from off her, and put on the garments of her widowhood.

38:20 And Judas sent the kid of the goats by the hand of his shepherd the Odollamite, to receive the pledge from the woman; and he found her not.

38:21 And he asked the men of the place, Where is the harlot who was in Aenan by the way-side? and they said, There was no harlot here.

38:22 And he returned to Judas, and said, I have not found her; and the men of the place say, There is no harlot here.

38:23 And Judas said, Let her have them, but let us not be ridiculed; I sent this kid, but thou hast not found her.

38:24 And it came to pass after three months, that it was told Judas, saying, Thamar thy daughter-in-law has grievously played the harlot, and behold she is with child by whoredom; and Judas said, Bring her out, and let her be burnt.

38:25 And as they were bringing her, she sent to her father-in-law, saying, I am with child by the man whose these things are; and she said, See whose is this ring and bracelet and staff.

38:26 And Judas knew [them], and said, Thamar is cleared rather than I, forasmuch as I gave her not to Selom my son: and he knew her not again.

38:27 And it came to pass when she was in labour, that she also had twins in her womb.

38:28 And it came to pass as she was bringing forth, one thrust forth his hand, and the midwife having taken hold of it, bound upon his hand a scarlet [thread], saying, This one shall come out first.

38:29 And when he drew back his hand, then immediately came forth his brother; and she said, Why has the barrier been cut through because of thee? and she called his name, Phares.

38:30 And after this came forth his brother, on whose hand was the scarlet thread; and she called his name, Zara.

 

39:1 And Joseph was brought down to Egypt; and Petephres the eunuch of Pharao, the captain of the guard, an Egyptian, bought him of the hands of the Ismaelites, who brought him down thither.

39:2 And the Lord was with Joseph, and he was a prosperous man; and he was in the house with his lord the Egyptian.

39:3 And his master knew that the Lord was with him, and the Lord prospers in his hands whatsoever he happens to do.

39:4 And Joseph found grace in the presence of his lord, and was well-pleasing to him; and he set him over his house, and all that he had he gave into the hand of Joseph.

39:5 And it came to pass after that he was set over his house, and over all that he had, that the Lord blessed the house of the Egyptian for Joseph’s sake; and the blessing of the Lord was on all his possessions in the house, and in his field.

39:6 And he committed all that he had into the hands of Joseph; and he knew not of anything that belonged to him, save the bread which he himself ate. And Joseph was handsome in form, and exceedingly beautiful in countenance.

39:7 And it came to pass after these things, that his master’s wife cast her eyes upon Joseph, and said, Lie with me.

39:8 But he would not; but said to his master’s wife, If because of me my master knows nothing in his house, and has given into my hands all things that belong to him:

39:9 and in this house there is nothing above me, nor has anything been kept back from me, but thou, because thou art his wife– how then shall I do this wicked thing, and sin against God?

39:10 And when she talked with Joseph day by day, and he hearkened not to her to sleep with her, so as to be with her,

39:11 it came to pass on a certain day, that Joseph went into the house to do his business, and there was no one of the household within.

39:12 And she caught hold of him by his clothes, and said, Lie with me; and having left his clothes in her hands, he fled, and went forth.

39:13 And it came to pass, when she saw that he had left his clothes in her hands, and fled, and gone forth,

39:14 that she called those that were in the house, and spoke to them, saying, See, he has brought in to us a Hebrew servant to mock us– he came in to me, saying, Lie with me, and I cried with a loud voice.

39:15 And when he heard that I lifted up my voice and cried, having left his clothes with m, he fled, and went forth out.

39:16 So she leaves the clothes by her, until the master came to his house.

39:17 And she spoke to him according to these words, saying, The Hebrew servant, whom thou broughtest in to us, came in to me to mock me, and said to me, I will lie with thee.

39:18 And when he heard that I lifted up my voice and cried, having left his clothes with me, he fled and departed forth.

39:19 And it came to pass, when his master heard all the words of his wife, that she spoke to him, saying, Thus did thy servant to me, that he was very angry.

39:20 And his master took Joseph, and cast him into the prison, into the place where the king’s prisoners are kept, there in the prison.

39:21 And the Lord was with Joseph, and poured down mercy upon him; and he gave him favour in the sight of the chief keeper of the prison.

39:22 And the chief keeper of the prison gave the prison into the hand of Joseph, and all the prisoners as many as were in the prison; and all things whatsoever they do there, he did them.

39:23 Because of him the chief keeper of the prison knew nothing, for all things were in the hand of Joseph, because the Lord was with him; and whatever things he did, the Lord made them to prosper in his hands.

 

40:1 And it came to pass after these things, that the chief cupbearer of the king of Egypt and the chief baker trespassed against their lord the king of Egypt.

40:2 And Pharao was wroth with his two eunuchs, with his chief cupbearer, and with his chief baker.

40:3 And he put them in ward, into the prison, into the place whereinto Joseph had been led.

40:4 And the chief keeper of the prison committed them to Joseph, and he stood by them; and they were [some] days in the prison.

40:5 And they both had a dream in one night; and the vision of the dream of the chief cupbearer and chief baker, who belonged to the king of Egypt, who were in the prison, was this.

40:6 Joseph went in to them in the morning, and saw them, and they had been troubled.

40:7 And he asked the eunuchs of Pharao who were with im in the prison with his master, saying, Why is it that your countenances are sad to-day?

40:8 And they said to him, We have seen a dream, and there is no interpreter of it. And Joseph said to them, Is not the interpretation of them through god? tell [them] than to me.

40:9 And the chief cupbearer related his dream to Joseph, and said, I my dream a vine was before me.

40:10 And in the vine [were] three stems; and it budding shot forth blossoms; the clusters of grapes were ripe.

40:11 And the cup of Pharao was in my hand; and I took the bunch of grapes, and squeezed it into the cup, and gave the cup into Pharao’s hand.

40:12 And Joseph said to him, This is the interpretation of it. The three stems are three days.

40:13 Yet three days and Pharao shall remember thy office, and he shall restore thee to thy place of chief cupbearer, and thou shalt give the cup of Pharao into his hand, according to thy former high place, as thou wast wont to be cupbearer.

40:14 But remember me of thyself, when it shall be well with thee, and thou shalt deal mercifully with me, and thou shalt make mention of me to Pharao, and thou shalt bring me forth out of this dungeon.

40:15 For surely I was stolen away out of the land of the Hebrews, and here I have done nothing, but they have cast me into this pit.

40:16 And the chief baker saw that he interpreted aright; and he said to Joseph, I also saw a dream, and methought I took up on my head three baskets of mealy food.

40:17 And in the upper basket there was the work of the baker of every kind which Pharao eats; and the fowls of the air ate them out of the basket that was on my head.

40:18 And Joseph answered and said to him, This is the interpretation of it; The three baskets are three days.

40:19 Yet three days, and Pharao shall take away thy head from off thee, and shall hang thee on a tree, and the birds of the sky shall eat thy flesh from off thee.

40:20 And it came to pass on the third day that it was Pharao’s birth-day, and he made a banquet for all his servants, and he remembered the office of the cupbearer and the office of the baker in the midst of his servants.

40:21 And he restored the chief cupbearer to his office, and he gave the cup into Pharao’s hand.

40:22 And he hanged the chief baker, as Joseph, interpreted to them.

40:23 Yet did not the chief cupbearer remember Joseph, but forgot him.

Rabbit hole pt 466

I thought y’all leveled up, #divested then why is it 99% of the time you talking about a group of men you don’t want & don’t want you? Where’s yo white man, why is it you never show him like most black women who has then a God, fact is these two bitter black bitches can’t get a white man, he see what we see that’s why they’re so bitter!

 

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Genesis 35-37

35:1 And God said to Jacob, Arise, go up to the place, Baethel, and dwell there; and make there an altar to the God that appeared to thee, when thou fledest from the face of Esau thy brother.

35:2 And Jacob said to his house, and to all that were with him, Remove the strange gods that are with you from the midst of you, and purify yourselves, and change your clothes.

35:3 And let us rise and go up to Baethel, and let us there make an alter to God who hearkened to me in the day of calamity, who was with me, and preserved me throughout in the journey, by which I went.

35:4 And they gave to Jacob the strange gods, which were in their hands, and the ear-rings which were in their ears, and Jacob hid them under the turpentine tree which is in Secima, and destroyed them to this day.

35:5 So Israel departed from Secima, and the fear of God was upon the cities round about them, and they did not pursue after the children of Israel.

35:6 And Jacob came to Luza, which is in the land of Chanaan, which is Baethel, he and all the people that were with him.

35:7 And he built there an altar, and called the name of the place Baethel; for there God appeared to him, when he fled from the face of his brother Esau.

35:8 And Deborrha, Rebecca’s nurse, died, and was buried below Baethel under the oak; and Jacob called its name, The Oak of Mourning.

35:9 And God appeared to Jacob once more in Luza, when he came out of Mesopotamia of Syria, and God blessed him.

35:10 And God said to him, Thy name shall not be called Jacob, but Israel shall be thy name; and he called his name Israel.

35:11 And God said to him, I am thy God; increase and multiply; for nations and gatherings of nations shall be of thee, and kings shall come out of thy loins.

35:12 And the land which I gave to Abraam and Isaac, I have given it to thee; and it shall come to pass that I will give this land also to thy seed after thee.

35:13 And God went up from him from the place where he spoke with him.

35:14 And Jacob set up a pillar in the place where God spoke with him, [even] a pillar of stone; and offered a libation upon it, and poured oil upon it.

35:15 And Jacob called the name of the place in which God spoke with him, Baethel.

35:16 [[And Jacob removed from Baethel, and pitched his tent beyond the tower of Gader,]] and it came to pass when he drew nigh to Chabratha, to enter into Ephratha, Rachel travailed; and in her travail she was in hard labour.

35:17 And it came to pass in her hard labour, that the midwife said to her, Be of good courage, for thou shalt also have this son.

35:18 And it came to pass in her giving up the ghost (for she was dying), that she called his name, The son of my pain; but his father called his name Benjamin.

35:19 So Rachel died, and was buried in the way of the course of Ephratha, this is Bethleem.

35:20 And Jacob set up a pillar on her tomb; this is the pillar on the tomb of Rachel, until this day.

35:21

35:22 And it came to pass when Israel dwelt in that land, that Ruben went and lay with Balla, the concubine of his father Jacob; and Israel heard, and the thing appeared grievous before him. And the sons of Jacob were twelve.

35:23 The sons of Lea, the first-born of Jacob; Ruben, Symeon, Levi, Judas, Issachar, Zabulon.

35:24 And the sons of Rachel; Joseph and Benjamin.

35:25 And the sons of Balla, the hand-maid of Rachel; Dan and Nephthalim.

35:26 And the sons of Zelpha, the hand-maid of Lea; Gad and Aser. These [are] the sons of Jacob, which were born to him in Mesopotamia of Syria.

35:27 And Jacob came to Isaac his father to Mambre, to a city of the plain; this is Chebron in the land of Chanaan, where Abraam and Isaac sojourned.

35:28 And the days of Isaac which he lived were an hundred and eighty years.

35:29 And Isaac gave up the ghost and died, and was laid to his family, old and full of days; and Esau and Jacob his sons buried him.

 

36:1 And these [are] the generations of Esau; this is Edom.

36:2 And Esau took to himself wives of the daughters of the Chananites; Ada, the daughter of Aelom the Chettite; and Olibema, daughter of Ana the son of Sebegon, the Evite;

36:3 and Basemath, daughter of Ismael, sister of Nabaioth.

36:4 And Ada bore to him Eliphas; and Basemath bore Raguel.

36:5 And Olibema bore Jeus, and Jeglom, and Core; these [are] the sons of Esau, which were born to him in the land of Chanaan.

36:6 And Esau took his wives, and his sons, and his daughters, and all the persons of his house, and all his possessions, and all his cattle, and all that he had got, and all things whatsoever he had acquired in the land of Chanaan; and Esau went forth from the land of Chanaan, from the face of his brother Jacob.

36:7 For their substance was too great for them to dwell together; and the land of their sojourning could not bear them, because of the abundance of their possessions.

36:8 And Esau dwelt in mount Seir; Esau, he is Edom.

36:9 And these [are] the generations of Esau, the father of Edom in the mount Seir.

36:10 And these [are] the names of the sons of Esau. Eliphas, the son of Ada, the wife of Esau; and Raguel, the son of Basemath, wife of Esau.

36:11 And the sons of Eliphas were Thaeman, Omar, Sophar, Gothom, and Kenez.

36:12 And Thamna was a concubine of Eliphaz, the son of Esau; and she bore Amalec to Eliphas. These [are] the sons of Ada, the wife of Esau.

36:13 And these [are] the sons of Raguel; Nachoth, Zare, Some, and Moze. These were the sons of Basemath, wife of Esau.

36:14 And these [are] the sons of Olibema, the daughter of Ana, the son of Sebegon, the wife of Esau; and she bore to Esau, Jeus, and Jeglom, and Core.

36:15 These [are] the chiefs of the son of Esau, [even] the sons of Eliphas, the first-born of Esau; chief Thaeman, chief Omar, chief Sophar, chief Kenez,

36:16 chief Core, chief Gothom, chief Amalec. These [are] the chiefs of Eliphas, in the land of Edom; these are the sons of Ada.

36:17 And these [are] the sons of Raguel, the son of Esau; chief Nachoth, chief Zare, chief Some, chief Moe. These [are] the chiefs of Raguel, in the land of Edom; these are the sons of Basemath, wife of Esau.

36:18 And these [are] the sons of Olibema, wife of Esau; chief Jeus, chief Jeglom, chief Core. These [are] the chiefs of Olibema, daughter of Ana, wife of Esau.

36:19 These [are] the sons of Esau, and these are the chiefs; these are the sons of Edom.

36:20 And these [are] the sons of Seir, the Chorrhite, who inhabited the land; Lotan, Sobal, Sebegon, Ana,

36:21 and Deson, and Asar, and Rison. These [are] the chiefs of the Chorrhite, the son of Seir, in the land of Edom.

36:22 And the sons of Lotan [were] Chorrhi and Haeman; and the sister of Lotan, Thamna.

36:23 And these [are] the sons of Sobal; Golam, and Manachath, and Gaebel, and Sophar, and Omar.

36:24 And these [are] the sons of Sebegon; Aie, and Ana; this is the Ana who found Jamin in the wilderness, when he tended the beasts of his father Sebegon.

36:25 And these [are] the sons of Ana; Deson– and Olibema [was] daughter of Ana.

36:26 And these [are] the sons of Deson; Amada, and Asban, and Ithran, and Charrhan.

36:27 And these [are] the sons of Asar; Balaam, and Zucam, and Jucam.

36:28 And these [are] the sons of Rison; Hos, and Aran.

36:29 And these [are] the chiefs of Chorri; chief Lotan, chief Sobal, chief Sebegon, chief Ana,

36:30 chief Deson, chief Asar, chief Rison. These [are] the chiefs of Chorri, in their principalities in the land of Edom.

36:31 these [are] the kings which reigned in Edom, before a king reigned in Israel.

36:32 And Balac, son of Beor, reigned in Edom; and the name of his city [was] Dennaba.

36:33 And Balac died; and Jobab, son of Zara, from Bosorrha reigned in his stead.

36:34 And Jobab died; and Asom, from the land of the Thaemanites, reigned in his stead.

36:35 And Asom died; and Adad son of Barad, who cut off Madiam in the plain of Moab, ruled in his stead; and the name of his city was Getthaim.

36:36 And Adad died; and Samada of Massecca reigned in his stead.

36:37 Samada died; and Saul of Rhooboth by the river reigned in his stead.

36:38 And Saul died; and Ballenon the son of Achobor reigned in his stead.

36:39 And Ballenon the son of Achobor died; and Arad the son of Barad reigned in his stead; and the name of his city was Phogor; and the name of his wife was Metebeel, daughter of Matraith, son of Maizoob.

36:40 These [are] the names of the chiefs of Esau, in their tribes, according to their place, in their countries, and in their nations; chief Thamna, chief Gola, chief Jether,

36:41 chief Olibema, chief Helas, chief Phinon,

36:42 chief Kenez, chief Thaeman, chief Mazar,

36:43 chief Magediel, chief Zaphoin. These are the chiefs of Edom in their dwelling-places in the land of their possession; this is Esau, the father of Edom.

37:1 And Jacob dwelt in the land where his father sojourned, in the land of Chanaan.

37:2 And these are the generations of Jacob. And Joseph was seventeen years old, feeding the sheep of his father with his brethren, being young; with the sons of Balla, and with the sons of Zelpha, the wives of his father; and Joseph brought to Israel their father their evil reproach.

37:3 And Jacob loved Joseph more than all his sons, because he was to him the son of old age; and he made for him a coat of many colours.

37:4 And his brethren having seen that his father loved him more than all his sons, hated him, and could not speak anything peaceable to him.

37:5 And Joseph dreamed a dream, and reported it to his brethren.

37:6 And he said to them, Hear this dream which I have dreamed.

37:7 I thought ye were binding sheaves in the middle of the field, and my sheaf stood up and was erected, and your sheaves turned round, and did obeisance to my sheaf.

37:8 And his brethren said to him, Shalt thou indeed reign over us, or shalt thou indeed be lord over us? And they hated him still more for his dreams and for his words.

37:9 And he dreamed another dream, and related it to his father, and to his brethren, and said, Behold, I have dreamed another dream: as it were the sun, and the moon, and the eleven stars did me reverence.

37:10 And his father rebuked him, and said to him, What is this dream which thou hast dreamed? shall indeed both I and thy mother and thy brethren come and bow before thee to the earth?

37:11 And his brethren envied him; but his father observed the saying.

37:12 And his brethren went to feed the sheep of their father to Sychem.

37:13 And Israel said to Joseph, Do not thy brethren feed their flock in Sychem? Come, I will send thee to them; and he said to him, Behold, I [am here].

37:14 And Israel said to him, Go and see if thy brethren and the sheep are well, and bring me word; and he sent him out of the valley of Chebron, and he came to Sychem.

37:15 And a man found him wandering in the field; and the man asked him, saying, What seekest thou?

37:16 And he said, I am seeking my brethren; tell me where they feed [their flocks].

37:17 And the man said to him, They have departed hence, for I heard them saying, Let us go to Dothaim; and Joseph went after his brethren, and found them in Dothaim.

37:18 And they spied him from a distance before he drew nigh to them, and they wickedly took counsel to slay him.

37:19 And each said to his brother, Behold, that dreamer comes.

37:20 Now then come, let us kill him, and cast him into one of the pits; and we will say, An evil wild beast has devoured him; and we shall see what his dreams will be.

37:21 And Ruben having heard it, rescued him out of their hands, and said, Let us not kill him.

37:22 And Ruben said to them, Shed not blood; cast him into one of these pits in the wilderness, but do not lay [your] hands upon him; that he might rescue him out of their hands, and restore him to his father.

37:23 And it came to pass, when Joseph came to his brethren, that they stripped Joseph of his many-coloured coat that was upon him.

37:24 And they took him and cast him into the pit; and the pit was empty, it had not water.

37:25 And they sat down to eat bread; and having lifted up their eyes they beheld, and lo, Ismaelitish travellers came from Galaad, and their camels were heavily loaded with spices, and resin, and myrrh; and they went to bring them to Egypt.

37:26 And Judas said to his brethren, What profit is it if we slay our brother, and conceal his blood?

37:27 Come, let us sell him to these Ismaelites, but let not our hands be upon him, because he is our brother and our flesh; and his brethren hearkened.

37:28 And the men, the merchants of Madian, went by, and they drew and lifted Joseph out of the pit, and sold Joseph to the Ismaelites for twenty pieces of gold; and they brought Joseph down into Egypt.

37:29 And Ruben returned to the pit, and sees not Joseph in the pit; and he rent his garments.

37:30 And he returned to his brethren and said, The boy is not; and I, whither am I yet to go?

37:31 And having taken the coat of Joseph, they slew a kid of the goats, and stained the coat with the blood.

37:32 And they sent the coat of many colours; and they brought it to their father, and said, This have we found; know if it be thy son’s coat or no.

37:33 And he recognised it, and said, It is my son’s coat, an evil wild beast has devoured him; a wild beast has carried off Joseph.

37:34 And Jacob rent his clothes, and put sackcloth on his loins, and mourned for his son many days.

37:35 And all his sons and his daughters gathered themselves together, and came to comfort him; but he would not be comforted, saying, I will go down to my son mourning to Hades; and his father wept for him.

37:36 And the Madianites sold Joseph into Egypt; to Petephres, the eunuch of Pharao, captain of the guard.

Islamic terrorism spreading in majority-Christian Mozambique; 700 dead, 100,000 displaced

Over 100,000 people have been displaced and at least 700 have died in the majority-Christian country of Mozambique since 2017, as the spread of radical Islamic extremism in Africa is starting to plague the continent’s southeast region.

This month, the U.N.’s High Commission for Refugees said it is boosting its response in Mozambique’s northeastern Cabo Delgado province, an oil-rich coastal region on the Indian Ocean.

Although southeast Africa was once considered relatively peaceful compared to its counterparts in the north, there’s concern that the region is becoming a foothold for militants that appear to be aligned with the Islamic State.

The Institute for Security Studies, an Africa-based think tank, published a report last month stating that as many as 350 terror incidents have occurred in Mozambique since the local jihadi group Ahlu Sunnah Wal Jammah simultaneously attacked police and military bases in October 2017.

However, the UNHCR warns that the most recent weeks have proved to be the most “volatile period” as attacks are now spreading across most of Cabo Delgado’s 16 districts.

Cabo Delgado is one of the least developed regions in the country. According to UNHCR spokesperson Andrej Mahecic, hundreds of villages have been burned and abandoned because of the “indiscriminate campaign of terror.”

“Armed groups have been randomly targeting local villages and terrorizing the local population,” Mahecic said at a press briefing earlier this month in Geneva, Switzerland.  “Those fleeing speak of killings, maiming, and torture, burnt homes, destroyed crops and shops.”

Mahecic explained that there have also been reports of beheadings, kidnappings, and disappearances of women and children. Mahecic said the attackers, at times, warn locals when and where they will attack, causing a mad rush of residents to flee those areas.

As attacks are spreading southward across the province, the U.N. notes that many in the provincial capital of Pemba are starting to flee.

Bishop Luiz Fernando Lisboa of the Diocese of Pemba told the Catholic Charity Aid to the Church in Need that one attack in the region targeted an agricultural teacher training school in Bilibiza with over 500 students.

“The school was burned down, then [the attackers] smashed up other shops and businesses nearby,” the bishop said. “It is a sad fact that the military and security forces are unable to contain these attacks without international support. If the government had done something to improve conditions, then perhaps this problem would have been resolved, but instead many people are dying.”

Lisboa warned that as villages are being vacated entirely, no one is left to plant crops.

“That means that there will be hunger, and we will have thousands of internally displaced people,” he warned.

According to ISS consultant Peter Fabricius, the insurgency morphed into a terror campaign directed mainly at unarmed civilians after it began with attacks on the military bases.

Fabricius reported in January that the death toll when including security personal, insurgents and civilians stands at over 600 since 2017. However, the medical charity Doctors Without Borders told AFP that at least 700 have been killed.

Fabricius stressed, however, that the government in Maputo “continues to present these atrocities as mere criminality” and that member states of the Southern African Development Community are “going along with that complacent view.”

Additionally, internal sources told AFP that security forces in Mozambique are despondent and do not have the capacity to intercept the militants’ communications. AFP quoted sources as saying that security units opt not to respond to attacks on villages to “avoid casualties in our ranks.”

“No Mozambique insurgency has yet made it onto the agenda of SADC’s Organ on Politics, Defence and Security which is mandated to address such regional threats,” Fabricius stressed. “This despite evidence of spillovers into neighboring Tanzania and links with other jihadists up the east coast.”

As the extremism spreads, Fabricius notes that a big problem is that little is known about the perpetrators because ASWJ has not publicly claimed any attacks.

ASWJ is known locally as “Al-Shabaab” but is not believed to have any connection with the deadly Somalia-based terror group with the same name, according to AFP.

While ASWJ has not taken public credit for the attacks, the Islamic State terror network has claimed the responsibility of over two dozen attacks, according to ISS.

Last June, the Islamic State took credit for an attack on the Mozambique military by saying that the militants were “soldiers of the caliphate.” As reported by The Guardian at the time, the Islamic State claimed that Africa is a central component to its effort to create a global network of extremists.

“This raises questions about how IS and ASWJ are related,” Fabricius writes. “Is ASWJ the local affiliate of IS? Is IS simply claiming credit to boost its public stature, especially since the loss of face caused by the fall of its caliphate in Syria and Iraq?”

The UNHCR says it is expanding its presence in Mozambique in response to a request from the Mozambican government.

“Rooted in the soil of Cabo Delgado, conditions common to such insurgencies seem to have given it birth and continue to give it life,” Fabricius wrote.

“These include grinding poverty and a sense of marginalization and inequality, both between the citizens of the province and the elite down south in Maputo and elsewhere in the country, and among certain ethnic groups and Muslim factions in Cabo Delgado.”

Militants throughout Africa have claimed ties to the Islamic State. Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Cameroon and Mali have also seen a rise in terror attacks.

In Burkina Faso, over 600,000 have been displaced since an escalation of terror attacks began in 2016. In 2019 alone, displacement in Burkina Faso rose 1,200 percent, according to the U.N.

 

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