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    1. When one hears the phase “Day of the Lord” there are usually a few things that run through their head. For the believers, the righteous, it is a day of hope, but for the unbeliever, the unrighteous it is a day of destruction. “The Day of the Lord”, according to J. Ed Komoszewski in his article, “A Basic Introduction to The Day of the Lord in the Old Testament Writings Prophets” is two sided in nature. It will produce both destruction and blessing to everyone on the Earth. The wicked, the ones who will face destruction, are the people who practice idolatry, meaningless rituals, slavery, and exploitation. God warns the wicked, through prophets, to turn from their dreadful ways or they will face Gods wrath. Isaiah 13:9 lays this out pretty well, “See, the day of the Lord is coming—a cruel day, with wrath and fierce anger—to make the land desolate and destroy the sinners within it.” God will judge all nations, including Israel (Amos 1:3-2:16). For the people who remained pure, through God, will have a different outcome on The Day of the Lord—restoration. The people that continued to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly (Micah 6:8) will not face terror, but they will be blessed and restored (Joel 2:12-17). God will repair the broken places and restore the ruins, everything will go back to the way that it God intended it to be (Amos 9:11). God does this so that every nation will bear the great name of God and seek Yahweh first and foremost (Amos 9:12). 2. Jeffery E Miller…

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    BG Hacohen Case Study

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    After the Six Days War ended in 1967, the Israeli began establishing a settlement in Gaza Strip and West Bank. Almost four decades later, an increase terrorist threat to Israel, protecting the interest and security of the Israeli at two fronts was putting many strains on the government’s national security. In 2003, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon officially announced that he was pulling out his people from Gaza Strip and northern West Bank . The Israeli Defense Force (IDF) and national police would…

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    Both Ashkenazi and Mizrahi have separate heritage. Mizrahi Jews came from Middle Eastern ancestry meanwhile, Ashkenazi came from Eastern European descendants. Beginning in the 1880s, Ashkenazi Jews migration to Israel were moved by a nationalist ideology and aspired to find better life conditions, to establish a Hebrew culture in a modern, predominantly secular, atmosphere. The Ashkenazim soon became the majority of Jews in Israel, and by 1948, they were 80% of the Jewish population of Israel.…

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    “The Jews who will it shall achieve their State. We shall live at last as free men on our own soil” (Herzl, 1896). The Palestinian-Israeli conflict arose because of confrontations over land. Both the Muslim Palestinian Arabs and the Jews wanted the same land and they each had their own valid reasons for why it was justified their permanent occupation of Palestine was justified. In the late 1890s, Jewish Europeans started to migrate to Palestine because they believed that Palestine was their…

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    Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    beginning of the Arab-Israeli conflict. I will focus on how the creation of the state of Israel increased tensions between the Arabs and the Jews, in the period 1947-1956, as it led to the War of Independence, a refugee crisis, increased immigration and the Suez Crisis. Plans for the creation of Israel began after Britain announced that it was withdrawing from Palestine and handing control to The United Nations. As a result, UNSCOP was created and on the 29th November 1947 they voted in favour…

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    The Arab-Israeli Conflict

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    ‘Arab-Israeli conflict in the period 1896-2002 was dominated by the great powers for entirely selfish and cynical reasons.’ To what extent is this a fair assessment of their involvement in the Middle East during these years? The Arab-Israeli conflict is often contemplated as one of the most important global issues over the past centuries.the is conflict is often described as the fight for Arab nationalism through the state of Palestine and a claim for the jews, through Zionism the right to…

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    Arab Israeli Conflict

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    The Middle East is one of the most conflicted sections in the planet, and for most people is a puzzle that is far from solving. In this research paper, we are going to examine one of the most known war in the Middle East, the Arab-Israeli conflict. We will take a look at the history of the war. How everything started, and why it hasn’t ended. Also another aspect that is going to be discussed is the point of view of a Fundamentalist Christians. Based on what God and the Bible mandate, what side…

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    Conflict Against Israelis

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    There has been several stabbing incidents by Palestinians against Israelis, which began in early October. Palestinians have attacked Jerusalem and central and northern Israel, and in the West Bank. The conflict between Israelis and Palestinians began due to the two communities clashing at Jerusalem, the holy site in September. On October 18, 2015, an Israeli soldier was killed, along with many others wounded, during a gun and knife attack at a bus station located in the city of Beersheva.…

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    The Israeli-Palestinian conflict of 1947 is an on-going conflict between the two middle-eastern countries of Israel and Palestine. After the end of World War II, the Jewish people were displaced as were the Palestinians, but before World War II the Ottoman Empire devoured most of the land-now known as the Middle-East this land had been divided among the Islamic people who already inhabited the lands. The Jewish people had no place to go, having been dehumanized for centuries within Europe and…

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    Israeli Cultural Identity

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    The motif of orphanhood is central to the Israeli Cultural Identity. Orphan’s usage in this context, however, is the deprivation of some protection or advantage. The Jews of Israel were deprived of adequate protection and a fair advantage and because of that the creation of a Jewish homeland was even more important. While many Jews in Israel, were traditional orphans who had lost their parents, all Jews in Israel were orphans in the way that they were deprived of some protection or advantage in…

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