"Brit-Am Now"-695
1. "Land of Sinim" (Isaiah 49:12) Australia or China?
2. "christian zionist communities" in Judah and Samaria?
3. Where will the Arabs Go?
5. John Hulley and the Ten Tribes

1. "Land of Sinim" (Isaiah 49:12) Australia or China?
Re: "Brit-Am Now"-693
#2. Bible Codes Prove Brit-Am Proofs!
<http://www.britam.org/Tribesman/CodesAustralia.html>Australia and the Land of Sinim.

 Lea De Lange wrote:
Sinim? Would it not be logical to suggest that the land of Sinim is simply China? Lea de Lange

Brit-Am Answer:
Lea Shalom,
in Modern Hebrew and also in Talmudic Literature the word "Sin" is applied to China.
One of the names for China in Chinese appears to have been "Tsin" similar to Sin.
"Sinim" in Hebrew looks like "Sin-im" i.e. Sin in the plural so "Land of the Sinim"
would be translated "Land of the Chinese".

This verse is definitely referring to the Lost Ten Tribes according to the Sages.
See the Brit-Am Commentary to Isaiah:
If the Lost Ten Tribes are therefore partly to return from
"The Land of Sinim" they must be of kindred stock to those who will come
In the Bible,
We find the Sini people amongst the Sons of Canaan.
they may have given their name to the Sinai Peninunsula.
The Australian Aborigines may even be partly descended from them.
Some authorities think that the Australian Aborigines reached Australia after sojourning in
Craig White's excellent and authoritative  book "The Origin of Nations"
traces the Australian Aborigines back to Egypt and shows how in their movement to Australia they left
offshoots in Yemen, India, China, and elsewhere.
The Aramaic Translation of Yehonatan that the Sages of the Talmud praised
greatly translates LAND OF SINIM in Isaiah 49:12 as "Land of the South"
and all the other Commentators seem to go in the same path.
Jerome who translated the Bible into Latin consulted with Rabbinical sages and he rendered
"The Land of Sinim" as "Australis" or "Australia".
For quite some time rumors of a "Great South Land" existed until the existence
of Australia was confirmed and the name "Australia" given to the Land.
"Australia" in Latin means "Land of the South".
Australia fits the 10 Brit-Am Criteria for deciding which nations have a Biblically-significant
Lost Israelite component in their populations.
In addition our new articles on the Codes and Australia DO confirm
this Israelite Brit-Am identification.
Even if you do not accept the Codes
(many do not, and nobody is about to argue the point)
then there is plenty of evidence from other sources
as may be seen from Brit-Am writings.

2. "christian zionist communities" in Judah and Samaria?
From: W
Subject: christian zionist communities

  i long thought it would be worthwhile to establish christian communities in the west bank.

 this would act as a buffer against the islamics who are the modern worshippers of Baal (alla)

 here is a website with biblical justifications against islam


all the best wishes

The site you referred to is well worth it.
Today the only Christian communities that can be relied upon to be pro-Jewish
are nearly all to be found in the USA amongst select groups.
It would not work and Biblically the time is not right.
There exist religious differences that will only be resolved in the Messianic Era or just before it.
The Lost Ten Tribes will return but exactly how we cannot be sure.
Prophecies indicate that Joseph will take control and colonize Syria,
Lebanon, and possibly Jordan and parts of Iraq.
Christian communities could be set up in these areas as forerunners
to settlement in the heart of Israel when the time comes.

At all events helping Brit-Am function and spreading the Brit-Am message is
a step in the right direction and in our opinion the most important action that
can be undertaken at the moment.
We are arranging more articles on these and related matters.
The articles are arranged in the form of Question and Answer.
They are not yet half-way completed but what is now partially ready can be viewed
and is worthwhile looking at:
Brit-Am Replies to Queries: Returning to the Land

3. Where will the Arabs Go?
re Jerusalem News-437
#1. The Departure of Ishmael Today
#2. Learning from the Bible: The Departure of Ishmael

Hi Yair,

Concerning letter #2:

If and when the Arabs leave, (who will take them)?

And is this when you think that the Torah loving Epraimites will be able to come to Israel and  JOIN Judah to replinish the land and make it fruitful?


Brit-Am Answer:
(a) The Palestinians number a couple of millions.
Even today under present circumstances the Palestinian population could be divided
up and sent to numerous countries that are prepared to take them.
A relatively small number to each country would alleviate assimilation
and lessen the chances of wide-spread hostility from the host populations.
In addition with a WILL and proper planning even better solutions could be found
and according to prophecy they will be.
Ephraim and Judah according to Isaiah 11:14 (in the Hebrew original) will evacuate the Palestinians by Air
to somewhere in the west, see:

(b) Concerning coming to Israel see our answer to question no.2 above
and especially:
Brit-Am Replies to Queries: Returning to the Land

4. Yair Davidiy "Resume" for Root and Branch

5. John Hulley and the Ten Tribes
From: William Rasmussen <brasshalom@yahoo.com>
Subject: Yochanan Hevroni Ben David

Shalom Yair: Thank you for sharing the information about John Hulley-Yochanan Hevroni Ben David.  He was instrumental in getting me interested in the concept that all the tribes of Israel must return before Maschiach comes.  I learned of John Hulley around 1993 and subsequently bought a copy of B'Or Torah to read his take on the movement of the Northern tribes of Israel after the Assyrian captivity.

Yochanan Hevroni Ben David is a real scholar and is much like you Yair in that he is diplomatic with Christians and wants to improve the research into the whereabouts of the Northern tribes.  Please have more of him in future Brit Am postings.

Shalom, Bill Rasmussen

Brit-Am Note: John Hulley (Yochanan Hevroni Ben David)
lives in Israel and
is often described as a Jewish writer.
According to our understanding however John Hulley would define himself as a
Brit-Am remains the only organization with a significant Jewish participation spreading
this message but things could change.
Brit-Am is prepared in principle to co-operate with anybody
who agrees with us even in the most general and liberally-applied sense of the word.

Brit-Am is also open to accept into its ranks anyone who wishes to contribute
in any way and is able to do so.
Brit-Am knowledge is not the exclusive domain of anybody, neither is it the end word.
An enormous amount of research remains and needs to be done
and the message needs to be spread.

According to the Bible ten out of the twelve tribes of Israel split away(1-Kings 12:19), formed their own kingdom of "Israel" (1-Kings 12:20) and were exiled by the Assyrians (2-Kings 17:18) . They forget their identity (Hosea 1:9 7:8 Isaiah 49:21) and became the Lost Ten Tribes. In the future they will re-unite with the Jews of "Judah" (Ezekiel 37, Isaiah 11:13 Jeremiah 3:18) but until then they have a role of their own to fulfill. They were destined to be situated at the continental extremities of the earth such as North America, the British Isles, Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa (Deuteronomy 33:13 Isaiah 24:16 26:15 41:8-9 49:6), to be the richest (Genesis 27:28 49:25 Deuteronomy 33:13-16 Hosea 2:8), and most powerful nations on earth (Numbers 24:8-7 Micah 5:7-9) and to control major international strategic bases (Genesis 22:16-17 24:60). All of these points together with numerous others show that descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes can only be found amongst Western Nations especially the English-speaking ones. The correctness of our interpretation of the relevant verses is confirmed by traditional Jewish sources and by the findings of up-to-date historical and scientific research. Your destiny may depend upon this information. You need to know.

The Beliefs of Brit-Am
Brit-Am believes that the major body of descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes of Israel
are today to be found in Western Nations amongst which those of "British" origin are
especially important.
Brit-Am believes in the Bible and derives its beliefs from Scripture.
Supplementary evidence is obtained from Talmudic and Rabbinical sources
alongside secular studies including archaeology, linguistics, history, mythology, genetics,
and whatever science is pertinent.

The three Rs of Brit-Am:
a. Research: Proving where descendants of the Lost Ten Tribes are today.
b. Revelation: Revealing Research findings to others especially to those who are identifiable as "Lost Israelites" and to the Jews of "Judah".
c. Reconciliation: Working for the Recognition that the Lost Tribes and Judah have a mutual destiny and common origin and interest
and therefore need to accept Israelite identification and the unique role of each other.