Archive for the ‘Chanukah’ Category

Rahm Emanuel to Light National Menorah

December 11, 2009

This is interesting. JTA puts national in brackets. I don’t see why they should. I believe that ugly 30′ steel menorah does actually represent this nation, in its present depraved state.

Emanuel to light ‘national’ menorah

December 9, 2009

WASHINGTON (JTA) — White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel will light the Chanukah menorah on the Ellipse in front of the White House.

Emanuel will participate in the lighting of what has come to be known as the “national menorah” on Sunday evening, the third night of Chanukah. The U.S. Air Force Band will provide musical accompaniment.

The event is organized by American Friends of Lubavitch and will be recorded for later broadcast on the Web. Information is available at http://nationalmenorah.org.

http://jta.org/news/article/2009/12/09/1009629/emanuel-to-light-national-menorah

Perpetual Purim, Reversal/Hippuch

December 13, 2007

The photos above are of the 2007 ceremony of the lighting of the Chabad so-called “National Menorah” on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C.

The photos show Khazar Chabad rabbis dressed as Greek soldiers–ancient enemies of the Maccabean Jews. Some may be aware of the Judaic tradition of reversal (hippuch) where, for instance, men dress as women and women dress as men during Purim celebration. There is a Kabbalistic gnosis veiled beneath this Judaic reversal symbolism that runs deeper than mere festivity; “redemption through reversal (hippuch)”.

http://www.chabad.org/news/photo_cdo/aid/606738/jewish/National-Menorah-Lit-in-Front-of-White-House.htm

Read:

ADL Board Member’s Grandson Transformed as “al Qaeda” Agent Threatens “Islamofascist” Attack on U.S.

Perpetual Purim, Reversal/Hippuch

December 13, 2007

The photos above are of the 2007 ceremony of the lighting of the Chabad so-called “National Menorah” on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C.

The photos show Khazar Chabad rabbis dressed as Greek soldiers–ancient enemies of the Maccabean Jews. Some may be aware of the Judaic tradition of reversal (hippuch) where, for instance, men dress as women and women dress as men during Purim celebration. There is a Kabbalistic gnosis veiled beneath this Judaic reversal symbolism that runs deeper than mere festivity; “redemption through reversal (hippuch)”.

http://www.chabad.org/news/photo_cdo/aid/606738/jewish/National-Menorah-Lit-in-Front-of-White-House.htm

Read:

ADL Board Member’s Grandson Transformed as “al Qaeda” Agent Threatens “Islamofascist” Attack on U.S.

Perpetual Purim, Reversal/Hippuch

December 13, 2007

The photos above are of the 2007 ceremony of the lighting of the Chabad so-called “National Menorah” on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C.

The photos show Khazar Chabad rabbis dressed as Greek soldiers–ancient enemies of the Maccabean Jews. Some may be aware of the Judaic tradition of reversal (hippuch) where, for instance, men dress as women and women dress as men during Purim celebration. There is a Kabbalistic gnosis veiled beneath this Judaic reversal symbolism that runs deeper than mere festivity; “redemption through reversal (hippuch)”.

http://www.chabad.org/news/photo_cdo/aid/606738/jewish/National-Menorah-Lit-in-Front-of-White-House.htm

Read:

ADL Board Member’s Grandson Transformed as “al Qaeda” Agent Threatens “Islamofascist” Attack on U.S.

Perpetual Purim, Reversal/Hippuch

December 13, 2007

The photos above are of the 2007 ceremony of the lighting of the Chabad so-called “National Menorah” on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C.

The photos show Khazar Chabad rabbis dressed as Greek soldiers–ancient enemies of the Maccabean Jews. Some may be aware of the Judaic tradition of reversal (hippuch) where, for instance, men dress as women and women dress as men during Purim celebration. There is a Kabbalistic gnosis veiled beneath this Judaic reversal symbolism that runs deeper than mere festivity; “redemption through reversal (hippuch)”.

http://www.chabad.org/news/photo_cdo/aid/606738/jewish/National-Menorah-Lit-in-Front-of-White-House.htm

Read:

ADL Board Member’s Grandson Transformed as “al Qaeda” Agent Threatens “Islamofascist” Attack on U.S.

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp

Iraq: A Judaic Conquest

December 13, 2007

Stop and think for a moment: the last Gulf War in 1991 ended erev – just before – Purim. This Gulf War began motzei – just after – Shushan Purim. Get the picture? (“This War is for Us,” Ariel Natan Pasko, Arutz Sheva, March, 26 2003)

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“It’s not easy to fight for freedom, the struggle of Hanukkah continues to this day. Today we have Iraq and Afghanistan, just like in the past (there were similar struggles for freedom).” (US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, speaking at 2007 lighting of the so-called “National Menorah”)

Soldiers deployed in Iraq celebrate the eighth night of Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Palace.

Aish, December 12, 2007

Elizabeth Robbins

Celebrating Chanukah 2007 in Saddam Hussein’s Republican Palace, who would think? Yet tonight inside a marble encrusted hall in Baghdad, we lit the eighth light of a hand-made, 6-foot tall menorah. We prayed in Hebrew, joyfully sang a medley of Chanukah songs, ate latkes, and best of all, we were Jews together in the land of our earliest forefathers.

The Jewish community at the US Embassy in Baghdad is growing and thriving to such an extent that we now reliably form a minyan. We call ourselves B’nai Baghdad — a diverse group of US and Coalition uniformed service members and civilians stationed in the International Zone (IZ), known colloquially as the “green zone,” an enclave in central Baghdad that houses Iraqi government officials, various embassies, military headquarters, and international aid organizations.

Full article:

http://www.aish.com/jewishissues/jewishsociety/Arkansas_Menorah_in_the_Baghdad_Palace.asp