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Sgt.Friso Sgt.Friso 6 February 2010

Army Kidnaps 29 Palestinians in the West Bank

by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC

4-2-2010 Israeli soldiers detained, on Thursday at dawn, 29 Palestinians in different parts of the occupied West Bank. Army sources claimed that those detained are on their “wanted-list” by the Israeli security.

Seven residents were kidnapped in Qalqilia district, one in Jenin, three in Ramallah, eight in Bethlehem and ten in Hebron; all were moved t…

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Sgt.Friso Sgt.Friso 4 February 2010

Two Palestinians reportedly shot dead by Israeli troops

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Palestinian medical officials have said that two Palestinians in the northern Gaza Strip were killed by gunfire from Israel on Saturday, according to security sources and Palestinian officials.

According to witness reports, the men were collecting scrap metal when they were killed near the border; Israeli officials, however, said that the men were t…

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Sgt.Friso Sgt.Friso 4 February 2010

Israel "illegally annexing" east Jerusalem, EU reports

Friday, December 4, 2009

A classified European Union report for 2009 says Israel is actively pursuing the annexation of east Jerusalem. The report accuses Israel of implementing an intricate policy including expanding Jewish settlements and demolishing Palestinian homes. It says policies "are undermining prospects for a Palestinian capital in east Jerusalem and incremental…

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Matisyahu Glenn demonstrates how to put on tefillin according to the european, or ashkenazic minhag(custom).

Tefillin, (Hebrew: תפילין‎), pronounced /ˈtfɪlɪn/ or pronounced /ˈtfɪln/ in Askhenazic Hebrew and English, pronounced [tfiˈlin] in Israeli Hebrew, also called phylacteries (pronounced /fɪˈlæktəriz/, from Ancient Greek phylacterion, form of phylássein, φυλάσσειν meaning "to guard, protect"), are a set of small cubic leather boxes painted black, containing scrolls of parchment inscribed with verses from the Torah, with leather straps dyed black on one side, and worn by observant Jewish men during weekday morning prayers. Although "tefillin" is technically the plural form (the singular being "tefillah"), it is loosely used as a singular as well. [1] The hand-tefillin, or shel yad, is placed on the upper arm, and the strap wrapped around the arm, hand and fingers; while the head-tefillin, or shel rosh, is placed above the forehead, with the strap going around the head and over the shoulders. The Torah commands that they should be worn to serve as a "sign" and "remembrance" that God brought the children of Israel out of Egypt.


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Luther at age 46 (Lucas Cranach the Elder, 1529)

Lutheranism is a Christian tradition committed to the main theological insights of Martin Luther. It is numerically the third largest single Christian movement, with an estimated 82.6 million people belonging to the various congregations, bodies, and churches which call themselves Lutheran.

Luther's insights are generally held to have been a major foundation of the Protestant movement. The relationship between Lutheranism and the Protestant tradition is, however, ambiguous: some Lutherans consider Lutheranism to be outside the Protestant tradition, while most see it as part of this tradition.


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Patriarch Kirill I, or Cyril I (Russian: Кирилл, Патриарх Московский и всея Руси), (secular name Vladimir Mikhailovich Gundyayev (Russian: Владимир Михайлович Гундяев); born November 20, 1946) is a Russian Orthodox bishop who has been Patriarch of [[List of Metropolitans and Patriarchs of Moscow|Moscow and All Rus and Primate of the Russian Orthodox Church since February 1, 2009.

Prior to becoming Patriarch, Kirill was Archbishop (later Metropolitan) of Smolensk and Kaliningrad beginning on December 26, 1984; he was also Chairman of the Orthodox Church's Department for External Church Relations and a permanent member of the Holy Synod beginning in November 1989.

thumb|150px|left Mordechai Ben David (MBD) - Anachnu Ma'aminim. Anachnu ma'aminim bnei ma'aminim (We are believers, children of believers) (Nosotros somos creyentes, hijos de creyentes) ve'ein lanu al mi lehisha'en (and we don't have anyone on whom to rely) (Y no tenemos en quién confiar) ela ela al avinu (Except Our Father) (excepto en Nuestro Padre) avinu shebashamaim (Who is in heaven) (que está en los cielos) Yisrael, Yisrael betach b'HaShem (Ysrael, Ysrael relies on HaShem) (Israel, Israel confia en HaShem) ezram umeginam hu (He is your help and your shield) (Él es tu ayuda y tu escudo)

Mordechai Werdyger, Born April 16, 1951, professionally known as Mordechai Ben David (lit. Mordechai son of David) or MBD for short, is a superstar in the Orthodox Jewish community often referred to as "The King of Jewish Music".

Werdyger has produced a record number of Jewish albums, many of them incredible hits. He also starred as the main performer in the popular Hasc concert for almost two decades. His father, David Werdyger, was a popular Jewish singer and cantor originally from Cracow and is a "Schindler" Jew. Werdyger blends traditional Hasidic melodies with modern pop to create the songs in his albums. Werdyger stopped singing at mixed concerts for religious reasons

Werdyger lives in Sea Gate, Brooklyn.


Stephen was a Christian whose story is told in the Book of Acts. He was stoned to death because of accusations of blasphemy, described in Acts 7. The apostle Paul (Saul) was present at Stephen's death, giving approval to it. Following his death, which probably occurred some time around 33 AD, the Jews of the early church became dispersed throughout Judea, Samaria and their Diaspora homelands, taking the gospel with them.


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ImaginChrisBoy ImaginChrisBoy 30 December 2020

Important verses

Matthew 17:14-21 " The powerless disciples: the Mighty Christ"

14 And when they were come to the multitude, there came to him a certain man, kneeling down to him, and saying,

15 Lord, have mercy on my son: for he is lunatick, and sore vexed: for ofttimes he falleth into the fire, and oft into the wat…

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Carnotaur Carnotaur 14 December 2020

Hello Everyone!

Hello everyone here! I’m new to this abode, but I have made the decision to start a new Wiki. Over the past few years, I have made major discoveries, of texts that hardly no one knows of, which helped spur me into this. I specifically am speaking of Biblical texts. Most people know what the Bible i…

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Anaverageguy123 Anaverageguy123 24 November 2020

Kabbalah revision

Kabbalah is sometimes defined as the "mystical" tradition of Judaism, this is somewhat misleading as the Kabbalah is only one of several forms of Jewish mysticism, and the Kabbalah itself is not fully mystical. Granted there are branches of the Kabbalah, notably "ecstatic" Kabbalah, that stress mys…

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Muhammad Bukhari Noor Muhammad Bukhari Noor 22 September 2020

Can anyone help me with set theory

Recently I am writing a book about making a bound for my DNA ordinal. I am almost finished with the book (which currently have 7800 words written into 20 pages), but I need some serious help regarding set theory for making the bound and a following proof. My best result to this point is that my DNA…

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Hashmiubaid3 Hashmiubaid3 18 August 2020

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MuminahTannous MuminahTannous 30 April 2019

Great Holy places for Muslims in the world

A Beautiful Hadith about the Great Holy places for Muslims in the world.

Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) said:

Don’t prepare yourself for a journey except to “3” Mosques, Al-Haram Mosque, Al-Aqsa Mosque, and my Mosque (Al-Nabvi Mosque).

This Hadith is enough to every Muslim to understand that what…

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Israeli–Palestinian conflict
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Date Early 20th century-present
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