KAA'BA-KAB'ALLAH-MERKABA-IAKUB-YAKUB-JACOB-JAH KUBUS The Ka and the Ba. What does ka mean in Egypt? Ka, in ancient Egyptian religion, with the ba and the akh, a principal aspect of the soul of a human being or of a god. The exact significance of the ka remains a matter of controversy, chiefly for lack of an Egyptian definition; the usual translation, “double,” is incorrect. What does BA mean in Egypt? The ancient Egyptians believed each person was made up of five distinct parts - the physical body, the Ba, the Ka, the Name, and the Shadow. Akh: The physical body was called the Akh. The Akh was most often used to mean a complete person, whether living or dead.
RAW - 2012 Israel hits targets in Syria after "stray mortar lands in Golan Heights". ...alledgedly
12.11.2012 https://youtu.be/dh0cStnok80 The Telegraph The Israeli military says it has scored "direct hits" on targets in neighbouring Syria after responding to stray mortar fire from the country. The exchange came just hours after an appeal for restraint from all sides by UN chief Ban Ki-moon. "A short while ago, a mortar shell hit an open area in the vicinity of an IDF (army) post in the central Golan Heights, as part of the internal conflict inside Syria, causing no damage or injuries," it said. "In response, IDF soldiers fired tank shells towards the source of the fire, confirming direct hits." Israeli troops also fired a warning shot across the UN-monitored ceasefire line on Sunday in the first such shooting on the Golan since the 1973 Middle East war. Read more: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/9672247/Israel-fires-across-border-into-Syria-for-second-day.html
1:13PM GMT 12 Nov 2012 Israel fires across border into Syria for second day Israeli troops fired tank shells into Syria on Monday in retaliation for a mortar round that struck near an army post in the Golan Heights, scoring "direct hits" on the source of the fire, the army said.
The exchange came just hours after an appeal for restraint from all sides by UN chief Ban Ki-moon. "A short while ago, a mortar shell hit an open area in the vicinity of an IDF (army) post in the central Golan Heights, as part of the internal conflict inside Syria, causing no damage or injuries," it said. "In response, IDF soldiers fired tank shells towards the source of the fire, confirming direct hits." Israeli troops also fired a warning shot across the UN-monitored ceasefire line on Sunday in the first such shooting on the Golan since the 1973 Middle East war. Sunday's mortar round, which hit an Israeli position, drew a warning from Defence Minister Ehud Barak that Israel would take "tougher" action in response to any new fire from Syria.
Ban's spokesman Martin Nesirky said after Sunday's fire that the UN chief was "deeply concerned by the potential for escalation". The spokesman said: "He calls for the utmost restraint" and urged both sides to uphold the 1974 accord which set up the ceasefire line and surrounding demilitarised zone. Source: agencies
54. Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz 17.02.2018 / 54th Munich Security Conference 02.17.2018 ganze Rede mit offensichtlich absichtlich nicht simultan übersetzter Stelle: youtu.be/UKpRnSwbY_E PM Netanyahu Addresses the Munich Security Conference+Q&A: youtu.be/cCohT0ye4hs & youtu.be/Ls28WLUKMnM Johannes 8:44 (Lutherbibel 1912) Ihr seid von dem Vater, dem Teufel, und nach eures Vaters Lust wollt ihr tun. Der ist ein Mörder von Anfang und ist nicht bestanden in der Wahrheit; denn die Wahrheit ist nicht in ihm. Wenn er die Lüge redet, so redet er von seinem Eigenen; denn er ist ein Lügner und ein Vater derselben. John 8:44 (KJV) 44 Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.
so you see this moment is truly an embarrassment to his father.
Mesirah (or mesira, Hebrew: to turn over) is the action in which one Jew reports the conduct of another Jew to a non-rabbinic authority in a manner and under the circumstances forbidden by rabbinic Law. This may not necessarily apply to reporting legitimate crimes to responsible authority, but does apply to turning over a Jew to an abusive authority, or to a legitimate one who would punish the criminal in ways seen as excessive by Jewish community, though "excessive" punishment by non-Jews may be permissible if a precept of the Torah has been violated.
The term for an individual who commits mesirah is moser (HE:מוסר) or mossur. A person who repeatedly violates this law by informing on his fellow Jews is considered subject to "Din Moser" (law of the informer), which is analogous to "Din rodef" in that both prescribe death for the offender, and according to some, in some circumstances he may be killed without warning. The source of the ban comes from the Bava Kamma (HE:בבא קמא) section of the Babylonian Talmud. Probably the law was instigated to ease Jewish life under Roman or Persian rule. This law is discussed in Babylonian Talmud, by Rambam and in Shulchan Aruch. Shulchan Aruch, however, states that in the cases that if Jews do not testify against other Jews in the gentile court, it will be obvious that Jews are covering up for each other, they should testify. Maimonides states:
Whoever adjudicates in a non-Jewish court ... is wicked and it is as though he has reviled, blasphemed and rebelled against the law of Moses.
Maimonides further explains: "It is forbidden to hand over a Jew to the heathen, neither his person nor his goods, even if he is wicked and a sinner, even if he causes distress and pain to fellow-Jews. Whoever hands over a Jew to the heathen has no part in the next world. It is permitted to kill a moser (informant) wherever he is. It is even permitted to kill him before he has handed over (a fellow Jew)."