Tuesday, February 09, 2010


Global Fear, Update...

by Reb Akiva at Mystical Paths

(Breitbart) Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said on Monday that Iran is set to deliver a "punch" that will stun world powers during this week's 31st anniversary of the Islamic revolution.
"The Iranian nation, with its unity and Allahahaha's grace, will punch the arrogance (Western powers) on the 22nd of Bahman (February 11) in a way that will leave them stunned," Khamenei, who is also Iran's commander-in-chief, told a gathering of air force personnel.

What does Iran have up it's sleeve? Should we be afraid???

Rabbi Yitzchok declared: In the year when HaMelech HaMoshiach will come, all the gentile nations will challenge one another. The King of Iran will challenge an Arab king and the Arab king will go to Aram (another edition says "to Edom") for advice. The King of Iran will then destroy the entire world. All the nations of the world will panic and become frightened, falling on their faces, suffering contractions like labor pains. The Jews will also panic and become frightened, asking, "Where will we go? Where will we go?" Yalkut Shimoni, Yishayahu Remez 499


  1. Please check your coding for this post; it does not come in correctly. Title up top.....................................................................article and picture further down.

    In any event, WE NEED TO CLING TO HASHEM, have EMUNA in the ONLY ONE who is in charge of EVERYTHING.

  2. A good percentage of Iranian people are planning for a huge protest on the anniversary of Islamic revolution. this time tired of Islam and hoping to destroy this Islamic Satanic regim once and for all. His words are the words of a falling dictator. Wounded animals are usually more dangerous.Will he attack Israel thorugh Hizbolla in order to divert his people's attetnion from their uprising against him?

  3. Since that Yalkut Shimoni has already been interpreted by the Lubavitcher Rebbe, I don't see how we can re-interpret it.

    This Word Doc may also be of some help.

    Besides, every curse Iran has made to Israel, Hashem has marked "return to sender." So, if anyone should be afraid, it's the Mulahahahas of Iran.

    And, doesn't it say there... "My children, don’t be afraid, all that I have done I did only for your sake… humble ones, the time of your redemption has arrived."?

  4. yea, that's the next line after.

    Anyway, What we have to help us is prayer. Each one of us can make a difference.

  5. Neshama, thanks for the note on the format problem. New Blogger editor doing fun stuff, ugh.

  6. Please explain HOW, after DESTROYING the WORLD:

    "All the nations of the world will panic and become frightened, falling on their faces, suffering contractions like labor pains"


  7. i think the quote at the end of the piece with bold letters about iran destroying the world is not only inappropriate but wrong on two accounts. first, it plays into their hands of causing fear. the only thing we are to fear is HaShem. second, it does come accross as creating fear which i think is wrong. this blog shold be helping to create and foster emunah, which it does many times. please reconsider this final quote and ask does it really serve am yisrael or bnei adam?

  8. Thanks for the update Akiva. Perplexed though.

  9. i'm still very concerned about the line about 'destroying the world'. okay, so if a person is in galut, and this is supposed to happen in two days...uh, yeah?
    i think, especially since this is a torah informed website, that it is not permitted to create fear in people. words have power, especially on a sublte level. to me, it is not a kiddush Hashem to include this in your piece.

  10. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MTN_wUOgmxE

    here's a real peaceful song for anyone who is bothered by the fear posted here. note: not the video, but the song.

  11. we are so lost in golut most of us are spiritualy dead already ! And yes 6 million 55 years ago proved Hashem if He wishes can send a satanic tyrant after us for our sins .

  12. My comment to an earlier blog was that this "punch" would amount to political rhetoric and flag waving by Iran's leadership and their supporters. And the "punch" itself? Here are three (3) excerpts from the news with my remarks and editing in square brackets:

    1. The opposition turnout was dwarfed by the huge crowd at the state-run celebrations. Many were bused in to central Azadi, or Freedom, Square to hear an address by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who proclaimed a new success in Iran's uranium enrichment program and dismissed new U.S. sanctions.... [He] proclaimed that Iran has produced its first batch of uranium enriched to a higher level, 20 percent — and boasted that Iranian scientists are capable of going even further, to 80 percent. [Short of the 90% needed for a warhead]. "But we don't ... because we don't need it," he said.

    2. A day after Washington announced new sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program, Ahmadinejad vowed "the Iranian nation will never give in to bullying and illogical remarks." [One assumes that's because they have enough trouble with their own bullying and illogical remarks]. He repeated Iran's stance that it is not building a nuclear weapon and does not intend to do so, adding, "If we wanted to manufacture a bomb, we would announce it." [There's his so-called "punch," folks.]

    3. One protester told The Associated Press she had tried to join the demonstrations but soon left in disappointment. "There were 300 of us, maximum 500. Against 10,000 people," she told an AP reporter outside Iran. She said there were few clashes.....

    [Hmmm.... It'd be nice if Israel's religious leaders and their supports enjoyed the same ratio as Iran's religious leaders and their supports, no? Then the Beis HaMikdash would be rebuilt and HaMelech HaMoshiach could stand on its roof and call out to the Jews, "Humble ones, the time for your redemption has come."]

  13. so anything happen?
    What was their big punch?
    Did they all sit nd read a few book of Korans and hope that Allah get's us?


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