Peres came to power over Rabin's dead body

Written by David Ben-Ariel

I met Yitzhak Rabin inrepparttar Israeli Parliament in 1982 during Hanukkah. I was able to talk with him briefly and mention I was associated with Ambassador College in Pasadena, California.

That was a tactful way of saying I'm a Christian since I knew he personally knew Herbert W. Armstrong andrepparttar 149684 Worldwide Church of God, includingrepparttar 149685 Plain Truth magazine. Mr. Armstrong had presented him with a gift of Steuben crystal before.

I was a volunteer at Kibbutz Ramat Yohanan atrepparttar 149686 time, in Northern Israel near Haifa. Just so happens Rabin had lived there for over a year inrepparttar 149687 late '50s.

I initially considered Rabin - born in Jerusalem - a traitor for surrendering too much to sworn Arab enemies who had not changed their goal of genocide, only their tactics; for going against clear security concerns he once expressed. (I was in a cafe in Jerusalem when he was shot in Tel Aviv). I refused to attend his funeral, although I had attended Rabbi Meir Kahane's some years before.

Later I found out Rabin was apparently being pressured byrepparttar 149688 dark powers that be to continue to go against what he knew was wrong and that he resisted and was therefore MURDERED by them for coming to his senses.

Israel's Unjust Deportation of David Ben-Ariel

Written by David Ben-Ariel

As reported onrepparttar front page ofrepparttar 149454 Jerusalem Post (Jan. 8, 1996),repparttar 149455 GSS (Israeli Secret Police) sought my deportation for ALLEGED involvement in a plot to "damagerepparttar 149456 mosques." This travesty of justice occurred duringrepparttar 149457 witch-hunt that followed Prime Minister Rabin's assassination.

The Leftists were exploitingrepparttar 149458 death of Rabin to squash their legal opposition. Such Stalinist tactics were condemned by former Russian refuseniks and Prisoners of Zion. Thankfully,repparttar 149459 regime of Shimon Peres was toppled withrepparttar 149460 election of Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu.

As a Christian-American member ofrepparttar 149461 Temple Mount Faithful movement, I had been privileged to participate in their legal demonstrations during my 10-month stay in Jerusalem awaiting dual citizenship. Israeli television often showed me with my Jewish friends carrying Israeli flags throughoutrepparttar 149462 Old City. I have also been published inrepparttar 149463 Jerusalem Post,repparttar 149464 Traveller and other publications aboutrepparttar 149465 burning issue ofrepparttar 149466 TEMPLE MOUNT. The Temple Mount suffers under a MILITANT MUSLIM OCCUPATION that FORBIDS CHRISTIANS AND JEWS FROM PRAYING OR READING THE BIBLE there.

This despiterepparttar 149467 fact that both Biblical Temples stood there, and it isrepparttar 149468 location where Jesus and His disciples taught and prayed. Israel has a law against such violent religious discrimination, but they're afraid or unwilling to enforce it. Such shameful appeasement rewardsrepparttar 149469 Muslim aggressors and punishesrepparttar 149470 innocent!

The Temple Mount Faithful demands an end to this injustice. Meanwhile,repparttar 149471 Muslim terrorists continue to destroy rich archaeological evidence uponrepparttar 149472 Temple Mount that proves Jerusalem is Jewish! The world condemnedrepparttar 149473 Muslim Taliban for blowing up a Buddhist idol, yet has remained deathly silent while Judaism's holiest site is desecrated!

In my book, Beyond Babylon: Europe's Rise and Fall, I've called forrepparttar 149474 Israeli government to exercise its Biblical responsibility to BUILD THE TEMPLE. I wrote that book inrepparttar 149475 United States before any of this trouble. It clearly explains that I'm not calling for any individual to removerepparttar 149476 mosques, but rather expectingrepparttar 149477 GOVERNMENT to fulfill their historic obligations (if an "act of God" doesn't solverepparttar 149478 problem first).

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