Today’s Persians running Iran’s Islamic revolutionary regime consistently declare their intention to annihilate Israel and are building the capacity for nuclear weapons to achieve that infernal aim. And then, there’s the Western media and academia …
The rabbi explained that Messiah, like all the prophecies, were guaranteed to materialize.
It’s almost Purim, the joyous festival celebrating God’s miraculous deliverance of the People of Israel from their enemies. The story tells that the Persian Empire’s anti-Semitic ruler, Haman, wanted to annihilate the Jewish people.
Colel Chabad, running charitable activities in Israel since 1788, ensures that needy Israelis celebrate Purim with festive joy.
‘The greatest act we can do is to love and show care for one another,’ says Rabbi Shmuel Lipsker of Colel Chabad.
“Look what Hashem did – The whole world is going crazy for weeks now and months, they don’t see the end either…panic. The whole world’s in chaos”
If there’s one Jewish holiday that offers us all a break, it’s Purim. For that one day at least, we can pretend to be someone else—but is that as simple as it sounds?
Students of the Bible, however students of the Bible know that implicit in the holiday in which Haman chose the fate of the Jews to be sealed by the throw of dice, is a divine hand in choosing the date.
A Danish non-Jewish Zionist living in Israel blesses Israel.
Although Purim is not one of the Biblical feasts, David Nekrutman, the executive director for the Center for Jewish-Christian Understanding and Cooperation (CJCUC), notes how the holiday is powerfully relevant for Christian Zionists.