Relations with non-Jews


Our sages said

"Do not allow yourselves to be made unclean by them, because it will leave you contaminated" (Lev.11:43): If you become ritually impure through them, you will ultimately be spiritually defiled.

"For I am the L-rd your G-d, and since I am holy, you must [also] make yourselves holy and remain so" (Lev.11:44): Just as I am holy, so must you be holy. Just as I am set apart, so must you be set apart. (Torat Kohanim, Shemini, Chapter 12)

A person should always remember that he must not make a partnership with a non-Jew or forge a covenant with him, for we find that Avraham made a partnership with Avimelech, and ultimately they forged a convenant with Avraham... Accordingly our sages said, "If someone makes a partnership with a non-Jew, it is as though he worships idols and forges a covenant with them. If he is a Torah scholar, he will show scorn for his Torah and profane the name of his Father in Heaven. He will squander his money, give his sons to the gentiles, slay his sons with the sword, exile them from their land and sell them to idolatry. (Tanna Devei Eliyahu Rabba,7)

Likewise we learn (Ibid.,8)

A person should always remember that he must not eat with a non-Jew at one table, for we find that Hezekiah, king of Judah, ate with a non-Jew at one table and ultimately was punished severely.

Our sages said (Sanhedrin 104a)

Because non-Jews ate at his table, he caused exile to his sons. This supports the words of Hezekiah who said, "Whoever invites a non-Jew into his home and serves him, causes exile to his sons."

Tanna Devei Eliyahu, Ibid., likewise teaches:

Whoever eats with a non-Jew at one table, worships idols and consumes idolatrous sacrifices. If he is a Torah scholar, he will show scorn for his Torah and profane the name of his Father in Heaven. He will squander his money, give his sons to the gentiles, slay his sons with the sword, and exile them from their land.

The prohibition against social contact with the non-Jew was expanded by our sages, as Rambam explains (Hilchot Ma'achalot Asurot 17:9)

There are other acts which our sages forbade. Although these prohibitions, themselves, have no Torah basis, our sages still forbade them to distance us from the gentiles lest we mingle with them and ultimately marry them. They forbade us to drink with them even where there is no suspicion of the wine having been used for idolatry. They forbade us to eat their bread or their cooking, even where we have no other fear of it being non-kosher.


Kol Hakavod to Councilwoman Mina Fenton

The honorable Councilwoman Mina Fenton was interviewed on Arutz Sheva's radio program Light Unto the Nations. I do not endorse this show nor Arutz Sheva but this one is worth listen to. Councilwoman Mina Fenton spoke the truth without hesitation or compromise. She is passionate and zealous for Torah and Am Yisrael. May Hashem bless us with more women like her among our people.

Separating from Yishmael

I assumed that it was not necessary to present the case for separation from the arabs within Israel, especially after the attack on Mercaz HaRav Yeshiva. Apparently, I was wrong. According to the article Shin Bet thwarts mass restaurant poisoning,

Two Palestinian employees detained mere days before they planned to lace food at Ramat Gan grill bar with tasteless, odorless toxin.

For those of you who didn't get the memo, STOP HIRING ARABS!!


As I stated in my introduction, we can only be the holy nation that we are meant to be when we are living in our own land, separated and isolated from the nations. There are different halachot when dealing with non-Jews in galut. Therefore, the posts on this blog are directed to those Jews who have separated themselves from the galut and have attached themselves to Eretz Yisrael(by living here).



The purpose of this blog is to inform Jews of the obligation to be separate and isolated from the nations (non-Jews especially xtians). Therefore I cannot in good conscience add any site to my blog that link to xtian sites(other than as proof of their deception) and/or promotes friendships with non-Jews.


Spiritual Warfare

We are in a spiritual war, a global battle of ideas. An important part of this battle is taking place on the internet, of course through blogs, but also on talkbacks. There were two very interesting articles on the net this week, Messianic Jews stir controversy in Jerusalem and The fight for Jerusalem begins. We need to respond to these people by spreading the Jewish idea. The Jewish idea that there is only one G-d, the Jewish G-d, one Torah, which is not the same as the xtian bible, one people of G-d, the Jewish people and those who choose to attach themselves through halachic conversion. When we as a people are separate from the nations and sanctified to Hashem, we will be a bright light that will shine throughout the whole world. In the end, Hashem, his Torah and his people (Am Yisrael) will prevail.


John Hagee, Israel's best friend or a wolf in sheep's clothing

From John Hagee's website

"The mission of John Hagee Ministries is to aggressively fulfill the commission that Jesus Christ gave to his followers to go into the world and make disciples of all people."

"Our purpose is to bring the lost to Jesus Christ and to build up and encourage those who are already believers."

"We believe that evangelism is the obligation of every follower of Jesus Christ. The Lord commands us to go out and make disciples of all the earth."

Hagee tells Glenn Beck every person must believe in jc.

To get an inside view of Hagee and "christian zionists" watch the following video.

What does 6 million get Hagee besides the royal treatment in Israel and the government's ear?

According to CNN this building (community center) is being built in "occupied territory" somewhere in Israel. I have been told it is in Ariel.



There seems to be an opinion that there is a difference between a christian and a missionary. There is no difference. Missionizing , witnessing or "sharing" their faith, is a commandment according to their religion. How and when they do it differs from christian to christian. They have what is called the "Great Commission".

What is the ''Great Commission"?

Matthew 28:18-20
Then Jesus came to them and said, "All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."

This section of their bible is known as the Great Commission.

Acts 1:8 is part of the Great Commission as well, "But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth."

Those fundamentalists tend to be literal so maybe those living in Jerusalem and in Judea and Samaria should be extra suspicious of christians.

The Great Commission is one of the most referred to and preached upon portions of Scripture by Evangelical and Fundamentalist pastors and teachers today. Given the fact that the Great Commission contains Christ’s marching orders for the church, this emphasis is warranted.

This statement from The Jerusalem Connection, a christian zionist non-profit organization in Israel working to bring new immigrants from Russia and Anusim from South America, helping the poor, orphans, new immigrants and victims of terror, says it all

Do you evangelize?
Operation Aliyah has a non-missionising policy but we do share our faith in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; our commitment to His Word and God's call upon our lives as believing gentiles to 'help the Jewish people home'. We emphasize the prophetic word; God's call for the Jewish people to return to their homeland and to their God. As representatives of many thousands of Bible-believing Christians we have the privilege and the responsibility to share the good news which is perhaps best described in the words of Isaiah 52:7 "How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, 'Your God reigns!'".

A christian is commanded in his bible by his false "god" to share the "good news" with others. We should never doubt that every christian is a potential missionary. The christian knows that the best way to get a Jew to "open his heart" to him and his message, is to become his best friend. That is why they love Israel and the Jewish people. That is why they are building bridges, cultivating relationships and throwing money at us, all the while not mentioning their beliefs until the time is right. Tell them "thanks but no thanks" and see how fast they turn on you.

Separating from Esav

I want to focus on the separation from Esav (the christian world) particularly the ones who claim to "love Israel". Not only is our connection to them the most dangerous, because most Jews do not recognize them as a threat, but it is completely in our power to sever, as opposed to Yishmael which is much more complicated. When we left galut, that should have been the end of our connection to Esav but instead we brought them, along with their foreign culture, ideas and idolatry with us. We invited them into our land and into our homes. Even right wing, religious Jews have invited christians into their yishuvim and into their homes under the guise of building bridges for unity between Jews and gentiles or to take their generous donations. This is against Torah and we need to correct it.

Rabbi Meir Kahane said in his final shiur at the yeshiva

"...Because there is no time. Who knows how much time is left. We have to say it - and then, 90% of our supporters will leave us. Oh well, so be it. But we have to say it. To say: Do Tsheuva! But not just the tsheuva that everyone else talks about. Of course Shabbat, and of course Kashrut, learning Torah, modesty - everything. But - to wreck the relations! That is the real tsheuva! To cling to God, and to separate ourselves from them. One cannot cling to God without separating himself from them. It doesn't go together. That's it. It's not easy. Isolation was always difficult. It is something that always caused worry. But it has to be. We are a "nation that dwells alone" (Am livadad yishkon - BaMidbar, 23:9). People read the verse. How nice. What a nice song it makes. But it isn't a song, and it isn't some nice saying. It is Jewish law. The laws of isolation."

If you doubt that we are so intwined with Esav that it is hard to tell the difference between a Jew and a Christian watch the following video.

Christian Jews or Jewish christians?


Bitachon-first step to separation

Bitachon, trust, not in our government, our rabbis, or the goyim, but completely in Hashem, is necessary to separate kodesh from chol, light from darkness, Israel from the nations.

Rabbi Meir Kahane, z"l, wrote in Or HaRa'ayon (pp.508-510)

Our times constitute the beginning of the redemption and the footsteps
of the Messiah. G-d in his kindness, in preparation for speedy redemption,
presently demands of us Kiddush Hashem of the sort based on faith and trust in
Him. Yet we, our children and our elders have sunk in the mire of exile,
and have raised up on a miserable banner the fear and degradation of "It
is forbidden to provoke the nations." This theme, whose sorrowful
conception and birth are in the exile, constitutes a humiliating affront to our
people, and worse, a profanation of the great name of the Supreme King. If
it suited the lowliness of the exile, when we were unwilling slaves to the
nations, powerless to raise ourselves up to defend ourselves, how dare we bring
that same desgraceful concept into the holy land, the land of G-d.

While G-d has afforded us the greatest, most
powerful miracles since the Hasmonean victories, we have remained that same
exilic product, that same slave to the nations and slave to slaves, with that
same base spirit which led G-d to decree what He decreed against our ancestors
in the desert.

Kiddush Hashem is the call of the hour, and
Kiddush Hashem is conceived, born and sustained via complete faith and trust in
G-d. We must never forget the following great principle: Whoever
relies on the non-Jew and seeks his aid, repels the Messiah, pushes off the
redemption and brings upon us G-d's wrath and ire. Redemption will come
only when Israel are alone, without any outside protection of help. Only
when the nations see, with wonderment and mouth agape, how mighty and strong G-d
is without help, will G-d's name be magnified and sanctified on earth.
Then shall the vision be realized before the eyes of the nations that "The L-rd
alone shall be exalted in that day" (Isa. 2:17).

Moreover, Israel, stubborn and insolent, will
never believe that G-d is their Redeemer so long as they have even one gentile
nation standing at their side. Only when "the L-rd alone is exalted on
that day," only when Israel sees that "G-d, alone, will direct them" (Deut.
32:12), will Israel believe in G-d and in the Torah of Moses His servant.
Indeed, this is how it will be: a nation alone with G-d alone, and both of them
alone facing the whole world. Only in that manner will Israel's redemption
come, and so to speak, of G-d, via, "Thus will I be magnified, sanctified and
become known in the eyes of many nations, and they shall know that I am the
(Ezek. 38:23)



Am Yisrael was created to be a separate and holy nation. This is only possible when we are dwelling in our own land separated and isolated from foreign culture and idolatry.

And you shall be holy to Me, for I, the Lord, am holy, and I have distinguished you from the peoples, to be Mine. (Vayikra 20:26)

So I said to you, You shall inherit their land, and I shall give it to you to possess it a land flowing with milk and honey. I am the Lord your G-d, Who has separated you from the peoples. (Vayikra 20:24)

Blessed are You, Hashem our G-d, King of the universe, Who separates between holy and secular, between light and darkness, between Israel and the nations, between the seventh day and the six days of labor. Blessed are You, Hashem, who separates between the holy and the secular. (from the Havdallah)

For You set them apart from among all the peoples of the earth, Your inheritance, as You spoke through Moses Your servant, when You brought our fathers out of Egypt, O L-rd, G-d. (I Kings 8:53)

For something to reach the level of kedushah and be sanctified to Hashem it must be separated from that which is impure.

Rabbi Kahane z"l wrote in Or HaRa'ayon

"G-d decreed upon holy Israel that they must be separated from impurity and from the impure nations. The idolatry and the foreign culture of the nations cannot coexist with G-d's Torah or with G-d himself."

Separation is the key to our redemption. Hashem has brought us out of the nations back to our own land but we are still mingling with the nations. We must separate ourselves from that which is unholy spiritually, mentally and physically. We must begin separating from the non-Jews, Yishmael and Esav and from the Erev Rav among our own people.