Posts Tagged ‘russian compound’

No Fear

February 16, 2010

Israeli police sent on wild-goose chase

During my interrogation by the Israeli police (by six men for 6 & a half hours until midnight) in Jerusalem’s Russian Compound, I was completely confident God was in control; that nothing could happen without his express permission. I knew beyond any shadow of a doubt that I stood before God the Father and Jesus Christ. I felt confident as I stood up for God’s truth, Christ would stand up for me just as surely as He did for our brother Stephen (Acts 7:56). Knowing their very breath was in God’s hands, an attempt to intimidate me (by some bald or shaved head guy who appeared to be the leader – who they waited for to come from Haifa) actually amused me. If God declares all nations put together are still less than the dust on the scales (Isaiah 40:15):, who were these little men except something in their big imaginations? Granted, one bought me a sandwich from across the street, another offered me his shirt I complimented him on, and another offered me one of the many pictures of the Temple Mount that adorned the walls. Ironically, I was wearing one of those NO FEAR t-shirts.

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May 31, 2008

Velcome to Jerusalgrad by Barry Chamish

In mid-1995 I wrote in my newsletter, which later became page 112 of my book, Traitors And Carpetbaggers In The Promised Land;

Beilin announced that negotiations with the Russian Orthodox Church over land claims in Jerusalem had been settled and ownership of prime real estate in Jerusalem would revert to the church. Among the lands now owned by the church are a large percentage of the property housing the Jerusalem Court building and Police headquarters.

The deal is now done but try to find anything in English about it…

Velcome to Jerusalgrad by Barry Chamish

I am not a terrorist

May 20, 2008

Exposing the German-Vatican Plot to Occupy Jerusalem
The one time The Traveller did run a political piece, it ruffled feathers with the local authorities. In ‘Will Jerusalem become an international city?’ by American writer David Ben-Ariel, readers were warned about a German-Vatican plot to take over Jerusalem, urged to take back the Temple Mount and dislodge ‘as symbols of foreign occupation’ Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Dome of the Rock.

Still at Large!
The Jerusalem Post, Jan. 8, 1996, had a front page story about how the GSS sought my deportation for alleged involvement in a “plot to blow up the Al-Aksa mosque.”

Why Edward Abington, Jr. Must Be Investigated!
“The American Diplomat in Arafat’s Corner,” published in The Jerusalem Report, came as no surprise to me. It was referring to Edward Abington, Jr., the United States’ former consul general in Jerusalem who is now “guiding the Palestinians through the labyrinths of Washington. And his firm is being paid $2.25 million for his expertise.”

Israel’s Unjust Deportation of David Ben-Ariel
As a Christian-American member of the 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 throughout the Old City.

Blow Up the Mosques or An Expired Visa?
Once again, an attempt to spread DISinformation about my unjust deportation from Israel, only provides me with another opportunity to clearly state my case and continue to highlight the plight of the Temple Mount suffering under a Nazi-Muslim occupation…

From Toledo to Jerusalem
You could say I have a God-given love for the Jews and the nation of Israel (Isaiah 62:6-7). That sacred bond has been strengthened over the years by the fact that I’ve been blessed to have lived all over Israel, getting to know its land and people quite well.

Dangerous Ideas?
During my brief appearance before Israel’s High Court, the prosecution charged that I hold “dangerous ideas.” I suppose the short-sighted prosecution would ban the Bible if he could since it contains the “dangerous ideas” that millions believe in! What are those “dangerous ideas?”

American Detained in Jerusalem’s Russian Compound
Nobody arrested me. I was detained when I faithfully reported to the police office at 9 a.m. Monday morning, January 9, 1996 (day before my birthday) the day after The Jerusalem Post published on their front page an article shedding light on what they were doing in the dark: “GSS Seeks to Deport American Citizen for Plot to Blow Up Al Aksa Mosque.”