“The Torah places strict demands on keeping one’s word, and not fulfilling a vow is considered a serious misdeed.
The Kol Nidre , which means “all vows”, on the eve of Yom Kippur nullifies the binding nature of such promises in advance. One declares all future vows and promises invalid, by declaring that all vows are “absolved, remitted, cancelled, declared null and void, not in force of in effect” (Chabad Lubavitch).
It just was Yom Kippur in Israel (29-30 Sept.) – the Atonement holiday proclaimed by Talmudist Jews – not by God, who has broken all ties to Israel, because Judäa rejected its last offer from God: Jesus Christ. The punishment followed in 70 and 132 AD by the Roman destruction of Jerusalem and Judäa and the big diaspora. And Yet the Jews have not restored ties with God, Jesus and the Father being one.
On the contrary, a prominent Jew said: “Jews do not like to admit it, but the god of Jews is Lucifer”! (Harold Rosenthal).
Such a people can do anything disgusting with “good conscience” knowing that their rabbiss have their god´s blessing for lying, killing, deceiving, hating, despising, making war – for these are the ways of Lucifer.
MH Historian, Michael Hoffmann 29 Sept. 2017: In Mishnah Hagigah 1:8 (a) the Talmud admits there is no Biblical basis for the Kol Nidre rite. Rabbi Moses Maimonides also confesses that the Kol Nidre is not Biblical: “The absolution from oaths has no basis whatsoever in the Written Torah” (Mishneh Torah, Sefer Haflaah, Hilkhot Shevuot 6:2).
During the Second Temple period means for annulling vows in the future were adopted.
The Babylonian Talmud’s deceitful nullification tactics would eventually be adopted by the papalists as “mental reservation” and “equivocation” (cf. The Occult Renaissance Church of Rome, pp. 354, 405-480), commensurate with Pope Leo X’s promotion of the publication and dissemination of a magnificent edition of the Talmud produced by expert Catholic printers at his command.
So therefore, Israel has this plan with good conscience:
Israeli newspaper Haaretz 13 March 2017 has to say: “With Lebanon No Longer Hiding Hezbollah’s Role, Next War Must Hit Civilians Where It Hurts, Israeli Minister says Israeli Minister Naftali Bennett”.
As I wrote on Sept. 5: The IDF Tuesday, Sept. 5, embarked on its biggest military exercise against Hizballah in 19 years.
Tens of thousands of ground, air, sea and intelligence units, including reservists – the IDF’s entire northern array – will simulate a Hizballah thrust across the border to occupy two Israeli locales in Galilee and the Golan.
1. Repelling a deep Hizballah thrust into northern Israel; (see map).
2. Another major IDF force will storm across the border into Lebanon for an effort to rapidly and decisively defeat Hizballah on its home ground
3. The air force will not only be geared for contending with Hizballah’s vast 100,000 rockets and missiles, but also, for the first time, with a formidable fleet of assorted UAVs.
4.The IDF will prepare to order the evacuation of civilians, up to 75,000, from towns and village within close range of Hizballah fire.
Russia Today 3 Oct. 2017 The Israeli defense minister has urged Washington to engage more in Syria.
“We hope that the United States will be more active in the Syrian arena and in the Middle East in general,” Avigdor Lieberman said in an interview with Israel’s Walla news on Tuesday.
“In the northern arena, we are faced with the Russians, Iranians, and also the Turks and Hezbollah.”
The minister went on to express his apparently grave concerns that “in spite of everything, Assad is winning the battle.” He also called the situation in Syria “one of the greatest absurdities.”
“As a trend, the more active the US is, the better,” Lieberman said.
In another unfortunate scenario for Israel, the situation in Syria has led to widespread Iranian consolidation, according to Lieberman, who is known for his harsh statements and anti-Iranian stance.
Claiming “errant projectiles” from Syrian territory have reached Israel, the IDF has on several occasions targeted positions of the Syrian Army and allied forces. The Israeli military have also targeted military convoys within Syria, claiming they were carrying weapons for Hezbollah.
In a recent development in the region, Israel endorsed a referendum on the creation of an independent Kurdish state, despite a number of other nations having condemned the vote.
Comment: Israel´s minion, President Donald Trump will declare the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) a terrorist organization some time next week (The Daily Caller 7 Oct. 2017). Thus Iran is in the cross-hairs of the US in its “War on terror”.
Iran´s answer is: War in case of more sanctions.
Comment: Obviously, Israel wants the US to once again do the dirty job to divide the Middle East so that Israel can rule “Greater Israel”- The US is just Israel´s armed branch .
Aletho News 26 Sept. 2017: Israel is the real loser of the Syrian war: The so-called “Axis of Resistance” – the regional alliance led by Iran – has had a shot in the arm, as evidenced by Lebanese Hezbollah’s growing regional clout.
Israel has extended significant support to some Syrian rebel groups, particularly in Quneitra province close to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
At the strategic level, Israel has made two major miscalculations. First and foremost, 1) it failed to anticipate Russia’s forceful entry into the war in late September 2015. The Russian air force rolled back rebel gains and the wider Russian presence in Syria signalled a firm determination to maintain the political status quo. This placed Israel at a disadvantage in so far as it enabled the Syrian government to go on the offensive against its armed enemies.
Second, 2) Israel underestimated the extent of Iran’s ability to influence the outcome of the conflict.
This outcome has increased tensions significantly between Hezbollah and Israel, as demonstrated by frequent Israeli air strikes on alleged Hezbollah-related targets inside Syria. These strikes are a harbinger of what may be just around the corner, namely a major war initiated by Israel to redress the balance of power.
In terms of the next major conflict, there are two factors that weigh heavily on Israeli strategists. First is the psychological requirement to exorcise the ghosts of 2006 and restore – albeit partially – Israel’s image of military invincibility. Second, there is a growing realisation that Israel’s containment strategy is failing to stem Hezbollah’s military capability, which reportedly includes an arsenal of 120,000 rockets.
Israel has conducted dozens of airstrikes against alleged Hezbollah targets in Syria – and occasionally against purely Syrian targets – with the declared goal of preventing the transfer of sensitive weapons systems to the Lebanese militant group.
There is a growing acknowledgement by prominent Israeli analysts that these strikes have failed to achieve their objective, namely to contain Hezbollah’s growing military clout. This failure is used by these analysts to push the warped idea that in the next war Israel has to raise the stakes significantly by declaring war on Lebanon, as opposed to just Hezbollah. This strategy necessitates the wholesale destruction of Lebanese infrastructure.
There are now growing signs that a conflict may break out sooner than expected, with the Israelis carefully preparing a Western audience for a major war. The trigger for this war could come in any shape or form, with the repeated Israeli violations of Syrian sovereignty – in the form of air strikes – likely to elicit a credible response from either Hezbollah or Syria at some point. It is the Israelis who control the provocation game.
The next war is likely to prove more devastating than the last, even if it is not longer, as Israel will mobilise all its resources to compensate for its loss in the Syrian conflict and, by extension, to change the balance of power with its most potent enemies. As it struggles to adapt to the end of the Syrian conflict, others must get ready to pay the price.
Haaretz 1 Oct. 2017: Hassan Nasrallah, leader of Hezbollah, called on the Jews of Israel Sunday to return to the countries from which they came “to occupied Palestine.” He also warned “the Jews” not to push for a war with Syria or Lebanon, saying Israel would be trapped in a conflagration that it would have no idea how to exit.
Well, threats to be taken seriously – since Hizballah has support from Syria and its allies: Iran and Russia.
The Kol Nidre Legalization of the breach of faith has its parallel in Koran Sura 9:1 “[This is a declaration of] disassociation, from Allah and His Messenger, to those with whom you had made a treaty among the polytheists” – and it also shows the origin of the Koran.
Netanyahu and his wife are facing prison for corruption – and may be desperate enough to choose starting a war to save themselves – especially since Netanyahu has been appointed moschiach ben Yosef by Rebbe Schneerson.
Netanyahu and his Jewish US government advisers are doing their utmost to have Israel´s London City´s armed branch, the US, attack Iran for not complying with the nuclear deal. It seems that the neocons led by John Bolton, have drawn Pres. Trump on to their side – while the Joint Chiefs of Staff (Gen. Dunford) maintains that Iran has fully complied with the nuclear deal.