Messianic Jews say they are persecute...

Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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Eric

Bensenville, IL

#48830 Feb 7, 2013
MUQ wrote:
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I have no problems when people have differences based on some thing which can be changed.
The problem with Isreal is not the religion, but the land which they call as their own.
It is not their land, it is the land which Muslims controlled for much greater durations than Jews ever had.
The problem in Palestine is of land not of religion.
Jews should hand over the land to Palestinians as was before this Mass Immigration of Jews to Isreal started, or partition the land so that Arabs get their part and Jews their part.
And then jews are free to use "any type of apartheid" they want in their lands.
Pure and Simple? Is it not?
One Day the Jews shall beg for this solution, remember it!!
Now you changed your tirade. Your original position was that the Messianics should be able to live wherever they wanted. When I pointed out to you that the Messianics couldn't live in Mecca, now you are on another tirade that has nothing to do with your original point.

Make up your mind, please.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#48831 Feb 7, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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I don't recollect he ever telling us the size of the companies he worked for. I don't think he was misrepresenting himself. I could easily be the CEO of my company if I ever chose to change my position in my yearly legal filings from "member of the board" (of a board of one) to "CEO".
Frijoles--- I don't think he was misrepresenting himself.

HughBe--- Correct, I have NEVER done so. Whatever I say I mean with the exceptions of jokes or teases.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#48832 Feb 7, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Idiot, scroll back to the SECOND exchange where I made that all clear
and you wonder why we think you are an idiot?
Clearly you know where to find the second exchange so quote it. Do the same for the first as well.
Eric

Bensenville, IL

#48833 Feb 7, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
Jews should ... partition the land so that Arabs get their part and Jews their part.
And then jews are free to use "any type of apartheid" they want in their lands.
Pure and Simple? Is it not?
One Day the Jews shall beg for this solution, remember it!!
Damn-it, MUQ, this is where we started. The Arabs got 2/3 and the Israelis got 1/3. The Arabs didn't want that. They started a war and lost. They refused to negotiate peace even when the Israelis in 1950 offered to negotiate new border lines. The ARABS wanted it all. The Israelis wanted a state. The ARABS didn't want to allow them one. The Arabs have suffered ever since because of their intransigence.

Make up your mind.
HughBe

Kingston, Jamaica

#48834 Feb 7, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
Hugh is too infra dig.
He gives me the creeps.
His being is petrified and warped.
He should be mocked using a mix of light humor and sarcasm and kept at an arm's length and at the same time he should be firmly shown his place using simple logic that's sufficient to topple his al mumbo jumbo or outlandish beliefs.
Religious bigotry can turn an impressionable person into a most irrational individual or worse into an intolerant monster.
Religion is all about realization or direct experience and has nothing to do with talk or head bowing or knee bending or text torturing.
Well, anyway, you be safe, happy, healthy and prosperous in all ways, always.
Love you too Joel.
jim

Oklahoma City, OK

#48835 Feb 7, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
The OLDEST religion in the world is what was practised by Adam the first human on earth and it was Islam, nothing else.
All other isms came after that. We have to see and examine how far they go along with the basic teachings of Islam, that is from God and rest is human distortions.
So easy to check and verify.
PS:
Am I being impossible? Try Joe or HUgh
sincerely pray ask Jesus sincerely if he was God in the flesh, and died for our sins , to pleace help you, knock and the door will be open, seek and you will find, allah is not the same he is a fake, trust me millions know im telling the truth, the only true god is the jewish God, you should love your jewish brothers, if you truly hate the zionist jews God will never be close to anyone who does so, not christian or muzzlims,
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#48836 Feb 7, 2013
MUQ wrote:
<quoted text>
I have no problems when people have differences based on some thing which can be changed.
The problem with Isreal is not the religion, but the land which they call as their own.
It is not their land, it is the land which Muslims controlled for much greater durations than Jews ever had.
The problem in Palestine is of land not of religion.
Jews should hand over the land to Palestinians as was before this Mass Immigration of Jews to Isreal started, or partition the land so that Arabs get their part and Jews their part.
And then jews are free to use "any type of apartheid" they want in their lands.
Pure and Simple? Is it not?
One Day the Jews shall beg for this solution, remember it!!
rabbee: you are full of it, everything belongs to G-D. and G-D is, and has been particioning it out as THEY see fit. and the reason they are there, is because G-D is giving them caretakership.
jim

Oklahoma City, OK

#48837 Feb 7, 2013
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
<quoted text>
rabbee: you are full of it, everything belongs to G-D. and G-D is, and has been particioning it out as THEY see fit. and the reason they are there, is because G-D is giving them caretakership.
Thanks a million for telling the truth, this world needs more people like you that has a backbone like a saw log, to tell. The anti-semites how it is. Thanks
former res

Newtown Square, PA

#48838 Feb 7, 2013
HughBe wrote:
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HughBe--- pillow talk occurs when you get together with Frijoles. What WE are having is an exchange between people who care about each other. This is different from the exchanges between Frijjy and yourself such exchanges are between PARTNERS.
Former--Now you're just making me blush.
HughBe-- Never mind, dear.
Former--Do you ever blush?
HughBe--- Yes dear, I BRUSH daily.
Former---How can you tell?
HughBe--- The glow of the BLACK polished skin gets brighter.
Are we talking about your face?
former res

Newtown Square, PA

#48839 Feb 7, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
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yeah, NWS just changed the forecast to 24 inches starting in the morning. We have a small driveway - to be done by hand. Bigger problem is getting up my street.
Love my little Honda snowblower - electric start.

And on my 2nd used RAV4. Goes anywhere in the snow.

The daily gas mileage suffers a bit with the all-wheel drive.

Good luck tomorrow.

Notice how everyone makes Frensh toast when it snows? We all buy bread, milk, eggs.

Revised upward here. 3-6 inches expected.
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#48840 Feb 7, 2013
HughBe wrote:
<quoted text>

Love you too Joel.
Given my extra-handsome appearance and knowing your propensities, I am sure that you'll get an instant erection on seeing me and would rush to lay your glistening black paws on me.

Thank you but a big no; I don't want your love.

(smiles)
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#48841 Feb 7, 2013
French toast? Mmmmm too pedestrian and quite unhealthy. Try Melba toast with wafer-thin slices of low fat Emmental cheese spread over (accompanied with a water chestnut and broccoli soup - optional) or a classy crepe Suzette. Bon appetit.

(smiles)

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#48842 Feb 8, 2013
JOEL wrote:
French toast? Mmmmm too pedestrian and quite unhealthy. Try Melba toast with wafer-thin slices of low fat Emmental cheese spread over (accompanied with a water chestnut and broccoli soup - optional) or a classy crepe Suzette. Bon appetit.
(smiles)
Is that your idea or that of your classy personal trainer?

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#48843 Feb 8, 2013
former res wrote:
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Love my little Honda snowblower - electric start.
And on my 2nd used RAV4. Goes anywhere in the snow.
The daily gas mileage suffers a bit with the all-wheel drive.
Good luck tomorrow.
Notice how everyone makes Frensh toast when it snows? We all buy bread, milk, eggs.
Revised upward here. 3-6 inches expected.
Yes, they are still projecting "disaster" here, though not as bad the NE corner of the state where they are projecting 3 feet. On the heels of the anniversary of the '78 storm as well. Though my memory of that period was the ice storm of '73, which they made a movie out of. Remember that?

I might make a foray down to panic central this morning and buy another shovel. My only shovel is 10 years old and rusting away.

bread, milk, eggs? mmmmmm donuts!
JOEL

Mumbai, India

#48844 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>

Is that your idea or that of your classy personal trainer?
LOL.

My personal trainer is mainly into Indian cuisine with a dash of Sichuan food thrown in.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#48845 Feb 8, 2013
JOEL wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL.
My personal trainer is mainly into Indian cuisine with a dash of Sichuan food thrown in.
You know what is really funny about that? Where I live, Sichuan and Indian food is considered LOWER class. Not that this deters me from eating Indian.
Voluntarist

United States

#48846 Feb 8, 2013
<quoted text>
I don't recollect he ever telling us the size of the
companies he worked for. I don't think he was
misrepresenting himself. I could easily be the CEO of
my company if I ever chose to change my position in
my yearly legal filings from "member of the board" (of
a board of one) to "CEO".
You do realize that your corporate structure can be easily pierced?
Voluntarist

United States

#48847 Feb 8, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
You know what is really funny about that? Where I live, Sichuan and Indian food is considered LOWER class. Not that this deters me from eating Indian.
Post above is for you.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#48848 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't recollect he ever telling us the size of the
companies he worked for. I don't think he was
misrepresenting himself. I could easily be the CEO of
my company if I ever chose to change my position in
my yearly legal filings from "member of the board" (of
a board of one) to "CEO".
You do realize that your corporate structure can be easily pierced?
I dont wake up every morning worrying about it, whatever you mean by pierced.

My ears were already pierced in the 80s.

“Legumes of the World Unite ”

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#48849 Feb 8, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't recollect he ever telling us the size of the
companies he worked for. I don't think he was
misrepresenting himself. I could easily be the CEO of
my company if I ever chose to change my position in
my yearly legal filings from "member of the board" (of
a board of one) to "CEO".
You do realize that your corporate structure can be easily pierced?
If you are alluding to a hostile takeover - go for it. You can have it!

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