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Defending Israel in Antiquity: Legal Sovereignty of the Holy Land

The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 7

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Defending Israel in Antiquity: Legal Sovereignty of the Holy Land: The Talmud on the World to Come, Lesson 7

On the heels of an account of a fascinating exchange between a sagacious hunchback and an insolent sectarian, this chapter’s focus on the future mass-resurrection, is briefly interrupted with three additional exchanges between this insightful Sage who courageously defends the Jewish people from ominous legal challenges presented under the guise of international law. Learn about grave charges levelled against our legal claim to Israel by (real) descendants of an original Canaanite tribe. This ancient face-off is eerily reminiscent of present-day (fake) nations’ fictitious claims against us.
Tractate Sanhedrin, Israel, Talmud

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Myriam Gabbay Brooklyn June 21, 2018

I learned that the Girgashi went to Morocco (assumedly today's Berber's are their descendants). There is some kind of stone pillar still extant somewhere in North Africa, stating that Yehoshua conquered and robbed them of their land. Reply

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