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Brit-Am Now no. 1462
The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel Movement
14 February 2010, 30 Shevet 5770
1. C. Daughter Became Victim.
2. Rape. The Other Side of the Story: Incidents
Illicit Sex Forbidden by the Torah
(a) Falsely Accused
(b) Almost Accused
(c) Jury to consider verdict in rape trial
3. Question on Nazarines and Pacifism
4. New Article: Dan in Ireland and Wales
5. Proverbs 27.


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1. C. Daughter Became Victim
re Brit-Am Now no. 1460
# 2. Question on Rape Attacks in the Street

The law becomes invalid when you are drugged...my daughter had her drink of coke spiked...she got pregnant.  I think that people who enforce the law certainly would change their cold hard stance if it happened to their daughter. C.

2. Rape. The Other Side of the Story: Incidents

Illicit Sex Forbidden by the Torah
Illicit sex is against the Torah for Jews and for Gentiles as well though for Gentiles it is more lenient.
What is the case for non-Jewish Israelites? We will consider this elsewhere.

Illict sex is against the Torah. It cause serious social and psychological problems. It also may result in disease, impairment, and/or unwanted pregnancies etc.

If you go against the Laws of the Almighty things are not going to go well no matter what the world says.
If despite going against the Torah things do go well this is probably because the parties involved have other merits to their credit.
It is clear that if they had have kept the Law things would have gone even better.

People should not indulge in illicit sex but they do and it is more or less socially accepted.
This leads to problems as the following anecdotes from others make clear.

We received two firsthand accounts of false rape accusations that we consider credible.
Neverthless we are not publishing them in full in order to lower the profile of this thread.

(a) Falsely Accused: Girl afraid of boyfriend or parents (?) invents story.

(b) Almost Accused: Girl who played very active role but due to emotional disturbance (?) implies boyfriend forced her. Accused saved by relatively minor detail.

In most cases the Police and authorities believe the girl. Statistics indicate that they are justified in doing so but there are exceptions.

(c) Jury to consider verdict in rape trial

By Ciaran Byrne
Friday February 12 2010
"RAPE is an accusation easily to be made, hard to be proved, and harder yet to be defended by the party accused," said barrister David Goldberg yesterday.
His client, a 52-year-old father from the west of Ireland, stands accused of a litany of sexual abuse including the rape of his then young son.

3. Question on Nazarines and Pacifism:
Re: Ps 144: The Almighty is Our Warrior part one
The timing of this is great. We have a man in our group, who calls himself a pacifist and calls all wars bad. Also, that God is not in war.
I plan on showing this article to him
But another question if I may.
This same person calls himself a Nazarite. Which I thought was a Nazarene that had taken a nazarite vow for a certain length of time. Therefore, I ask him, how long is your vow and he said, 'a life time'.......this is not right is it?

Brit-Am Reply:
(a) Pacifism.
The Bible is against Pacifism.

# Cursed is he who does the work of the LORD deceitfully,
And cursed is he who keeps back his sword from blood #(Jeremiah 48:10).

Nevertheless in Jewish Tradition as well as Christian ones the phenomenon of Pacifist tendencies resurfaces from time to time.
The Quakers were Pacifists and historically played a positive role but today seem to be anti-Israel and anti-Jewish.
Even though we may be certain that Scripture is against pacifism it is also against violence and inculcates peace-making tolerant dispositions.

Rabbi Machlis has been hosting hundreds of guests every Shabat from every walk of life for decades.
On rare occasions over the years troublemakers show up or incidents happen. Rabbi Machlis says that in his experience violence is very, very rarely the correct answer though there are exceptions.

On the other hand a special-duty policeman I know who genuinely is also sensitive towards other people says he is forced into violent confrontation about once a week.

(b) Nazirite

The Nazarite Vow was usually for 30 thirty days but a lifetime vow was also possible.

Numbers 6:
 1 Then the LORD spoke to Moses, saying, 2 "Speak to the children of Israel, and say to them: 'When either a man or woman consecrates an offering to take the vow of a
Nazirite, to separate himself to the LORD, 3 he shall separate himself from wine and similar drink; he shall drink neither vinegar made from wine nor vinegar made from similar drink; neither shall he drink any grape juice, nor eat fresh grapes or raisins. 4 All the days of his separation he shall eat nothing that is produced by the grapevine, from seed to skin.
5 All the days of the vow of his separation no razor shall come upon his head; until the days are fulfilled for which he separated himself to the LORD, he shall be holy. Then he shall let the locks of the hair of his head grow. 6 All the days that he separates himself to the LORD he shall not go near a dead body. 7 He shall not make himself unclean even for his father or his mother, for his brother or his sister, when they die, because his separation to God is on his head. 8 All the days of his separation he shall be holy to the LORD.

Samson also had a form of Nazarite vow upon him from birth and maybe Samuel as well.

4. New Article: Dan in Ireland and Wales
The Israelite Tribe of Dan and Greek Civilization.
Philistines, Pelasgians, Myceneans, Minoans
The Minoans-Philistines and the Exile of Israelites to Western Edom by Assyria
The Movement of Dan Together with the Other Tribes Westward
The Tribe of Dana, Bile, and Dagda in Ireland
Dan in Britain.
The Children of Don and Beli in Wales
Dan in Biblical Codes.

Don [ancestral figure of Wales] was considered the mother goddess of the Cymry who led by Hu Gadarn came to Britain over the seas from Dephene in the region of Byzantium.
This was the same area where the Danes of Denmark came to come from.

5. Proverbs 27 (New King James Version)

 1 Do not boast about tomorrow,
      For you do not know what a day may bring forth.
       2 Let another man praise you, and not your own mouth;
      A stranger, and not your own lips.
       3 A stone is heavy and sand is weighty,
      But a fool's wrath is heavier than both of them.
       4 Wrath is cruel and anger a torrent,
      But who is able to stand before jealousy?
       5 Open rebuke is better
      Than love carefully concealed.
       6 Faithful are the wounds of a friend,
      But the kisses of an enemy are deceitful.
       7 A satisfied soul loathes the honeycomb,
      But to a hungry soul every bitter thing is sweet.
       8 Like a bird that wanders from its nest
      Is a man who wanders from his place.
       9 Ointment and perfume delight the heart,
      And the sweetness of a man's friend gives delight by hearty counsel.
       10 Do not forsake your own friend or your father's friend,
      Nor go to your brother's house in the day of your calamity;
      Better is a neighbor nearby than a brother far away.
       11 My son, be wise, and make my heart glad,
      That I may answer him who reproaches me.
       12 A prudent man foresees evil and hides himself;
      The simple pass on and are punished.
       13 Take the garment of him who is surety for a stranger,
      And hold it in pledge when he is surety for a seductress.
       14 He who blesses his friend with a loud voice, rising early in the morning,
      It will be counted a curse to him.
       15 A continual dripping on a very rainy day
      And a contentious woman are alike;
       16 Whoever restrains her restrains the wind,
      And grasps oil with his right hand.
       17 As iron sharpens iron,
      So a man sharpens the countenance of his friend.
       18 Whoever keeps the fig tree will eat its fruit;
      So he who waits on his master will be honored.
       19 As in water face reflects face,
      So a man's heart reveals the man.
       20 Hell[a] and Destruction[b] are never full;
      So the eyes of man are never satisfied.
       21 The refining pot is for silver and the furnace for gold,
      And a man is valued by what others say of him.
       22 Though you grind a fool in a mortar with a pestle along with crushed grain,
      Yet his foolishness will not depart from him.
       23 Be diligent to know the state of your flocks,
      And attend to your herds;
       24 For riches are not forever,
      Nor does a crown endure to all generations.
       25 When the hay is removed, and the tender grass shows itself,
      And the herbs of the mountains are gathered in,
       26 The lambs will provide your clothing,
      And the goats the price of a field;
       27 You shall have enough goats' milk for your food,
      For the food of your household,
      And the nourishment of your maidservants.

Proverbs 27:20 Or Sheol
Proverbs 27:20 Hebrew Abaddon


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