CATEVA CUVINTE...

Sunt recunoscatoare Domnului Isus pentru ca exist si am calatorit pana aici, si voi calatori si mai departe doar prin dragostea si harul Sau. Tot El m-a facut constienta ca talantul ce mi l-a dat trebuie sa-l pun in negot, ca lumina Lui trebuie s-o arat si altora, iar ca hrana sa fie buna trebuie sa pun si sare. Daca tot ceea ce am primit pana acum si voi primi si de acum inainte mi-a fost mie de folos si imi va fi de folos , cu siguranta le va fi si altora.

duminică, 13 noiembrie 2011

STIRI DIN ISRAEL

Lost Tribe of Manasseh Returns Home
Lost Tribe of Manasseh Returns Home. One of the great mysteries of ancient history has been the fate of the lost tribes of Israel. Now the Israeli government, with the help of Jewish organizations, believes it has found members of the lost Tribe of Manasseh, today called Bnei Menashe.
Lost Tribe of Manasseh Returns Home
The government has decided to draft a resolution to bring India’s Bnei Menashe populace home to Israel, after years of lobbying by the Shavei Israel organization.The 2,700-year-old group, which claims its ancestry from the Lost Tribe of Manasseh, has maintained many of the laws and traditions written in the Torah.

The resolution, backed by Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Absorption Minister Sofa Landver, is expected to go to the Cabinet by the end of this month.
“There is so much that needs to be done to prepare the Bnei Menashe in India for their new lives in the Jewish state,” Shavei Israel chairman and founder Michael Freund commented. All of the 7,232 Bnei Menashe remaining in India are expected to make the move, he said.
Menashe (Manasseh) was one of the Biblical Joseph’s two sons born in Egypt. “The Bnei Menashe (literally the ‘sons of Menashe’) are now about to cross their own Red Sea, reuniting with the land and the People of Israel,” Freund added.One of the great mysteries of ancient history has been the fate of the lost tribes of Israel. Now the Israeli government, with the help of Jewish organizations, believes it has found members of the lost Tribe of Manasseh, today called Bnei Menashe. Watch Video
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JERUSALEM- One of the great mysteries of ancient history has been the fate of the lost tribes of Israel.
Now the Israeli government, with the help of Jewish organizations, believes it has found members of the lost Tribe of Manasseh, today called Bnei Menashe.
CBN watched as members of the long lost tribe returned to the Promised Land.
Recently they joined with family members who had already immigrated to Israel for a tearful and emotional reunion at Israel's Ben-Gurion Airport.
One group of Jews was part of the largest group in the tribe's history -218 - to return from India and resettle in the land of Israel.
"Today is one of the happiest days for the Bnei Menashe history because we never had a large group like this that made aliyah," said one tribe member.
One Jewish organization believes the Tribe of Manasseh is located in northeastern India in the states of Mizoram and Manipur.
"We are convinced that they are Jewish and they are from the tribe of Bnei Menashe. It's our duty to bring them, so we do that," said Eli Izhaki of the Jewish Agency.
The flight from India to Israel lasted only seven hours. But the arrival of the Bnei Menashe has been a journey nearly 3,000 years in the making.
"I think what's happening today is nothing less than a miracle of Biblical and historic proportions," said Michael Freund, chairman of Shavai Israel, an organization dedicated to bringing lost Jews back to Israel.
Freund said, "Twenty-seven centuries after the tribe of Menashe was exiled from the land of Israel, their descendents are coming home. This is the fulfillment of everything the prophets foretold. God promised us in the Book of Isaiah that with great, vast mercy shall I gather you in and that's what we're seeing."
For many of these Bnei Menashe, coming to Israel is a life long dream.
When CBN News asked one Bnei Menashe how long he had been waiting to go to Israel, he said, "A long time…since childhood."
Seven thousand Bnei Menashe remain in India and hope to come to Israel.
In the meantime, these members of the Tribe of Manasseh will start making the adjustment to a new life in Israel. They are the latest Jews to fulfill what the prophets foretold thousands of years ago: The ingathering of the exiles.
http://www.jpost.com/Opinion/Columnists/Article.aspx?id=226162

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