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Ten Lost Tribes of Israel

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1default Ten Lost Tribes of Israel on Tue Aug 28, 2007 12:18 pm

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Please watch Hal Lindsey Report of August 24th as he talks about the Lost Tribes of Israel:

http://hallindsey.org/

2default Re: Ten Lost Tribes of Israel on Tue Aug 28, 2007 12:43 pm

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Susan wrote:Please watch Hal Lindsey Report of August 24th as he talks about the Lost Tribes of Israel:

http://hallindsey.org/
Back online in internet world...My modem has been off all day...Don't know how that happened...I just got off the phone with the wonderful people at AT & T, they were able to fix the problem for me....

Thanks for sending over the video, I will watch it today...I loved the comment at the top of the page over there. I am going to post it here....


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3default Re: Ten Lost Tribes of Israel on Fri Aug 31, 2007 1:49 pm

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'Lost tribe of Israel' arrives in Jewish state
Group in India 'descended from Joseph' struggled to 'return home'
http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57374

4default Re: Ten Lost Tribes of Israel on Sat Sep 01, 2007 8:47 am

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Pamela wrote:Okay, this is what I will be studying in my search on the Lost Tribes...Jesus and the Word is my guide to truth...In order to get history you must look to history books...

I have not come to a final conclusion of my belief yet on the Lost 10 Tribes yet...

But here is the link....

http://www.jerusalembooks.com/download/tribes.txt

6default Re: Ten Lost Tribes of Israel on Mon Sep 17, 2007 3:26 pm

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Jewish tribes want to make aliyah


Tens of thousands of requests submitted to Interior Ministry in past two years by residents of Third World countries seeking to immigrate to Israel, claiming to be members of '10 lost tribes'

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3449686,00.html

7default Re: Ten Lost Tribes of Israel on Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:22 am

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Susan wrote:Please watch Hal Lindsey Report of August 24th as he talks about the Lost Tribes of Israel:

http://hallindsey.org/

Updating this with archive link:

http://hallindsey.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=194

Augst 31, 2007; Part 2:

http://hallindsey.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=197

Website given in this telecast:

www.shavei.org

This website goal:


<Shavei Israel– literally, ‘Israel returns’ - is the starting point for anyone with Jewish roots or ancestry yearning to return to the Jewish people.

* Comprised of a team of academics, educators and rabbinical figures, Shavei Israel reaches out to “lost Jews” and assists them in coming to terms with their heritage and identity in a spirit of tolerance and understanding.

* Shavei Israel was founded in 2004 by Michael Freund, as a response to the expansion of the activities of the Amishav organization under his leadership.

* Shavei Israel extends a helping hand to all members of our extended Jewish family and to all who seek to rediscover or renew their link with the people of Israel.


The activities of Shavei Israel focus on:

* Descendants of Anousim (crypto-Jews in Spain, Portugal, South America and elsewhere);
* Descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel (such as the Bnei Menashe of India);
* Descendants of assimilated Jews, who wish to rekindle their connection to Judaism and the Jewish people;
* Anyone touched by the spark of Judaism who is sincerely considering conversion and requires assistance along the way. Shavei Israel's aim is to ensure that anyone wishing to return to the Jewish people be able to do so.

The need for Shavei Israel today:

The Jewish people are currently facing a demographic and spiritual crisis of unprecedented proportions. Our numbers are shrinking, Jewish commitment is waning, and more and more young people are leaving the fold. And yet, simultaneously, an extraordinary awakening is also taking place. From northeastern India to southern Spain, from the coast of Portugal to the shores of Brazil, countless numbers of people are trying to make sense of their Jewish ancestry, wrestling with profound questions of history, identity and self. Many are literally knocking on our collective door, looking for a way to enter. This presents the Jewish people with a tremendous opportunity to reinforce its ranks and reinvigorate its spirit by extending a courteous hand to all those who wish to return. Shavei Israel is the only Jewish organization today that is actively reaching out to “lost Jews” in an effort to facilitate their return. We are not merely a research team. We approach each case on a human level, lending guidance and understanding in tracing Jewish roots, exploring Jewish history and evaluating options for returning to the Jewish people.

The How-To’s of "Return"

Returning to the Jewish people does not and should not involve coercion or compulsion. It is a deeply personal decision and can not be imposed from the outside. It may result from a desire to recover a lost heritage, or from an intense need to understand various inherited customs and family traditions. But whatever the source, Shavei Israel supports, guides and provides assistance for these personal journeys however varied they may be. Shavei Israel opens the door to all who have decided that Judaism and a return to the Jewish people are central to their fate and their identity. Shavei Israel does not proselytize nor does it support any form of missionary activity. Shavei Israel responds to personal expressions of desire to return to Judaism.

We believe the Jewish People is a family with links that never vanish completely; our endeavor is to strengthen the links wherever they may have been weakened by history, distance or social parameters.

Our work is in complete accordance with Jewish Law and under the ongoing supervision of the Chief Rabbinate of the State of Israel.



http://www.shavei.org/article.php?id=47

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