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Get To Know Your Enemy... Israel
By Zahid Ikram

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سُوۡرَةُ بنیٓ اسرآئیل / الإسرَاء
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

سُبۡحَـٰنَ ٱلَّذِىٓ أَسۡرَىٰ بِعَبۡدِهِۦ لَيۡلاً۬ مِّنَ ٱلۡمَسۡجِدِ ٱلۡحَرَامِ إِلَى ٱلۡمَسۡجِدِ ٱلۡأَقۡصَا ٱلَّذِى بَـٰرَكۡنَا حَوۡلَهُ ۥ لِنُرِيَهُ ۥ مِنۡ ءَايَـٰتِنَآ‌ۚ إِنَّهُ ۥ هُوَ ٱلسَّمِيعُ ٱلۡبَصِيرُ (١)

وہ (ذات) پاک ہے جو ایک رات اپنے بندے کو مسجدالحرام یعنی (خانہٴ کعبہ) سے مسجد اقصیٰ (یعنی بیت المقدس) تک جس کے گردا گرد ہم نے برکتیں رکھی ہیں لے گیا تاکہ ہم اسے اپنی (قدرت کی) نشانیاں دکھائیں۔ بےشک وہ سننے والا (اور) دیکھنے والا ہے (۱)

Glorified be He Who carried His servant by night from the Inviolable Place of Worship to the Far Distant place of worship the neighbourhood whereof We have blessed, that We might show him of Our tokens! Lo! He, only He, is the Hearer, the Seer. (1)


وَقُلۡنَا مِنۢ بَعۡدِهِۦ لِبَنِىٓ إِسۡرَٲٓءِيلَ ٱسۡكُنُواْ ٱلۡأَرۡضَ فَإِذَا جَآءَ وَعۡدُ ٱلۡأَخِرَةِ جِئۡنَا بِكُمۡ لَفِيفً۬ا (١٠٤) وَبِٱلۡحَقِّ أَنزَلۡنَـٰهُ وَبِٱلۡحَقِّ نَزَلَ‌ۗ وَمَآ أَرۡسَلۡنَـٰكَ إِلَّا مُبَشِّرً۬ا وَنَذِيرً۬ا (١٠٥)

اور اس کے بعد بنی اسرائیل سے کہا کہ تم اس ملک میں رہو سہو۔ پھر جب آخرت کا وعدہ آجائے گا تو ہم تم سب کو جمع کرکے لے آئیں گے (۱۰۴) اور ہم نے اس قرآن کو سچائی کے ساتھ نازل کیا ہے اور وہ سچائی کے ساتھ نازل ہوا اور (اے محمدﷺ) ہم نے تم کو صرف خوشخبری دینے والا اور ڈر سنانے والا بنا کر بھیجا ہے (۱۰۵)


And We said unto the Children of Israel after him: Dwell in the land; but when the promise of the Hereafter cometh to pass We shall bring you as a crowd gathered out of various nations. (104) With truth have We sent it down, and with truth hath it descended. And We have sent thee as naught else save a bearer of good tidings and a warner. (105)

From our childhood we are used to learn that Jews and Israel are our Biggest Enemies, do we really know about Jews and Israel?

How much do you really know about Israel? As you have been considering since long that it is Muslim’s biggest enemy in the World.


Israel
Country in the Middle East
DescriptionIsrael, a Middle Eastern country on the Mediterranean Sea, is regarded by Jews, Christians and Muslims as the biblical Holy Land. Its most sacred sites are in Jerusalem. Within its Old City, the Temple Mount complex includes the Dome of the Rock shrine, the historic Western Wall, Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Israel's financial hub, Tel Aviv, is known for its Bauhaus architecture and beaches.
Capital:
Jerusalem
Currency:
Israeli new shekel
Population:
8.712 million (2017) World Bank

The history of the IsraeliPalestinian conflict began with the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948. This conflict came from the intercommunal violence in Mandatory Palestine between Israelis and Arabs from 1920 and erupted into full-scale hostilities in the 1947–48 civil war.



Now The Israel is the only Jewish majority and explicitly Jewish state. Jewish population figures for the United States are contested, ranging between 5.7 and 6.8 million. (The core global total of Jews jumps above 15 million if the highest American estimates are assumed). What are the reasons why they are controlling our world? International Banking System, Global Media and World’s top corporations belong to them, What is the recipe behind this small nation, why the God has blessed them so much and why not us (Muslims). Although we have given treasures of Patrol and Minerals but they are the one who are helping us in exploring, rigging and refining etc and how to use it in vehicles for transportation.

What are the differences in between us and them? What are we missing which they are following? We have to find out to learn how they are upbringing their kids? What are their Parenting Principles? In which atmosphere they are raising their kids? How they are taught to be a leader and Business Tycoon in youth while upbringing. They are raising their kids with this ideology.

A Jew pregnant mother raise her voice loudly to solve mathematical question to teach her child in the womb, she enjoy the good music, very pleasant atmosphere, healthy balanced diet, intensive care from family, all this help in the birth of a healthy baby with a health mind. They learn to be a marcher from the childhood, the kids learn to be focused and how to gain concentration, it will help in sharp decision making in life ahead.

Our Holy Prophet PBUH has instructed to Muslim Parents to teach their children 3 subjects, First taught them to be a Swimmer, Second Marcher and Third Horse Rider. Jews has adopted this advice and are beneficial and their kids are growing smart. All the World’s top and largest companies’ like Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple, Alibaba, and HP etc., have established their research centers in Israel, Every Home is using their products, even you are reading this Article weather on PC or Laptop or IPad or on Mobile via Internet, all these Technologies are made by them. Cyber Security is one of the most important technologies; any educated person may easily foresee that the next war will be a operated by Computers using Cyber Warfare Technologies. Israel has possessed the World’s Top Leading Cyber Security Technologies.




سُوۡرَةُ النّجْم
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

وَأَن لَّيۡسَ لِلۡإِنسَـٰنِ إِلَّا مَا سَعَىٰ (٣٩)
اور یہ کہ انسان کو وہی ملتا ہے جس کی وہ کوشش کرتا ہے
And that man hath only that for which he maketh effort, (39)
 

They have achieved it because they have struggled for it...
Look at all Moden Technologies, most of them are their inventions...Such as:

  • HAARP Technology Earthquake, Tsunami & Weather Control
  • The Project Blue Beam
  • Brain Transmitters
  • Nano Technologies
  • Deep Web and Dark Web
  • Cryptocurrency e,g Bitcoin
  • Star Chip' Nano Probe 
  • Life Saving Drugs
  • Human Cloning, Genetic Engineering
  • Trans Human Project
  • 7-D Hologram Technology
  •  Virtual Reality 
  • .Worldwide Web, Commerce & Cyber Security etc.

سُوۡرَةُ الجَاثیَة
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ
وَسَخَّرَ لَكُم مَّا فِى ٱلسَّمَـٰوَٲتِ وَمَا فِى ٱلۡأَرۡضِ جَمِيعً۬ا مِّنۡهُ‌ۚ إِنَّ فِى ذَٲلِكَ لَأَيَـٰتٍ۬ لِّقَوۡمٍ۬ يَتَفَكَّرُونَ (١٣)
اور جو کچھ آسمانوں میں ہے اور جو کچھ زمین میں ہے سب کو اپنے (حکم) سے تمہارے کام میں لگا دیا۔ جو لوگ غور کرتے ہیں ان کے لئے اس میں نشانیاں ہیں (۱۳)
And hath made of service unto you whatsoever is in the heavens and whatsoever is in the earth; it is all from Him. Lo! herein verily are portents for a people who reflect. (13)

  Have you ever ponder into your character building as Pakistani Nation or Muslim Community? We have become such a rotten community even we do not regret on it! Sorry to say that now we do not possess even 1% of The Morel Ethics and Honesty in this World…
Low Weigh, Debasement, False Witness, False FIR, Use of Narcotics and Alcohol, Vandalism, Discrimination In Rich And Poor, Rape, Sexual Harassment, Illegal Ammunition, Armed Robberies, Theft, Murder, Illegal Government And Public Land Grabbing, Illegal Stocks, Kidnap-for-Ransom, Illiteracy, Banking Interest, Timber Mafia, Artificial Inflation, Black Marketing. Dirty Milk, Fake Medicines, Fake Passports, Fake Visas, Fake Sects, Dirty Water Injection In Mutton, Doctors Goes In Strikes…

Find out from any European about Mixing in Milk or Debasement in Medicines or Food Items, they will not understand you! Even they cannot think of Debasement the act of devil may perform by humans! By Debasement we are killing our next generation. Our Students are misbehaving with their Teachers. We are having Top Position in Searching Pornography and Nudity on Google. We should be ashamed off ourselves. We are lazy to work on the false excuses of Fasting and Prayers. Tasbehs made of Marijuana’s Drug. We are Selling Hajj, Doing Smuggling in the Name of Umrah. We are used to live in Dirty Atmosphere and we make our place messy by strewing garbage around. While cleanness is declare half of our faith, look around our Streets, Parks, Roads, Cities… you won’t see them clean.
 
Our religion thought us that who does Debasement he is not from us, who does Stocks and cause Inflation he is not from us, who less weigh he is not from us, Are we belong to our Religion? Unfortunately not at all! We have been corrupt as a Nation from Top Government officials to a Peon in a private office. Where we stand in Ethical values? We have become such a low value nation that our poor labor may Kidnapped, his Kidney get stolen and thrown on the road, Do have some Fear of God and Day of Judgment. We are involved in selling our young girls, sexually abusing and murdering our kids and selling their porn videos and running human body parts business.



 

How can we perceive this that we are ethically batter than western Nations? No, certainly we are not. I am not under any obligation to praise the West; I am not having any personal benefit from them. We are so senseless, If someone has achieved any good quality, why don’t we appreciate it. Ask yourself, have we contributed anything for the goodness of the people of this world where we are living.

We have become Hypocrites, now the whole Pakistani Nation is facing this punishment. We have become the worst Hypocrites Nation of the World. We are no more the Nation like we were in 1940 – 1947. Now there are many types of Hypocrisies among us. We have divided in to dogmatism, Provincial Nationalism, Sects and Castes etc. That is why till today we have not been agreed to build Kalabagh Dam as a Nation. Who does not know that how important was this dam for our energy and economy requirements? But it was not acceptable to Sindhis nor Pashtoons, since we are no more a Nation but Provincial Nationals, Sects and Castes etc.
The Holy Prophet PBUS narrated that there are there signs of a Hypocrite, One: he always tells a lie, Tow: he never fulfil his promises, Three: He does Embezzlement and Betray Trust Deals. Look in to our society all these there signs are common, you will find the more important personalities are big liar, never fulfil promises and they Betray their Trust Deals. Such Hypocrites have become our rulers due to our own misbehaves. This ill character has become introduction of our Nation. Now we are having corruption in Billions of Dollars and on the other hands our Nation is under debts of Billions of Dollars of IMF. Do we have a right to be a free Nation? We have lost the Justification since we are a Failed State. We have lost our ideology; we have not gotten the freedom of Pakistan on the name of Nationalism.



ان تازہ خداؤں میں بڑا سب سے وطن ہے
جو پیرہن اس کا ہے، وہ مذہب کا کفن ہے

Among the Fresh Gods the greatest is known as Patriotism, It is dressed as Religion has been Wrap in a shroud.


What are the reasons behind their success? Israel deployed very young creative minds to learn hacking. Most of the percentage of Israeli students is getting bachelor degrees among other countries. Their aim to get a degree to be a successful businessman and leader While our students are focused to get degrees to get a good job and get married. As our student are required to submit their assignments and thesis for their degree programs, a Jew student has to setup his own Business and have to show earning of minimum Profit of US Dollar 10,000 to obtain his/her degree.

What standard of degree do we offer to our youth? You may buy any degree from Rs 500,000. Even Higher Education Commission of Pakistan has stop sponsoring scholarships for sharp students for their higher studies. Our government is spending about 1.5 – 2.0% of our budget on Education, if we divide this on total population it remain only hardly Rs 0.50 per person, with this small amount you can’t buy Toffee how one can afford  a good Education? Can you compare Israel Standards of degree with yours?

http://www.findpk.com/zahid/Firdos-e-Gumgashta.htm

They offered degree on setting up a profitable business while we are selling degrees and our students are cheating in exams, in Sindh province the teachers are help students to cheat. If you want to destroy a Nation, attack on its education system. The Nation will destroy automatically. There will be all-around duplicate doctors, engineers and other professionals and the country will be in losses due to collapse of buildings, bridges and other infrastructures. Duplicate lawyers will lose the cases and the Nation will face the downfall.


سُوۡرَةُ طٰه
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

وَمَنۡ أَعۡرَضَ عَن ذِڪۡرِى فَإِنَّ لَهُ ۥ مَعِيشَةً۬ ضَنكً۬ا وَنَحۡشُرُهُ ۥ يَوۡمَ ٱلۡقِيَـٰمَةِ أَعۡمَىٰ (١٢٤)


 
اور جو میری نصیحت سے منہ پھیرے گا اس کی زندگی تنگ ہوجائے گی اور قیامت کو ہم اسے اندھا کرکے اٹھائیں گے

 (۱۲۴)
But he who turneth away from remembrance of Me, his will be a narrow life, and I shall bring him blind to the assembly on the Day of Resurrection. (124)



We have to follow the Holy Quran and Teachings of our Holy Prophet PBUH if we wish to overcome the other Nations.


سُوۡرَةُ آل عِمرَان
بِسۡمِ ٱللهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَـٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

هَـٰذَا بَيَانٌ۬ لِّلنَّاسِ وَهُدً۬ى وَمَوۡعِظَةٌ۬ لِّلۡمُتَّقِينَ (١٣٨) وَلَا تَهِنُواْ وَلَا تَحۡزَنُواْ وَأَنتُمُ ٱلۡأَعۡلَوۡنَ إِن كُنتُم مُّؤۡمِنِينَ (١٣٩)

اور بے دل نہ ہونا اور نہ کسی طرح کا غم کرنا اگر تم مومن ہو تو تم ہی غالب رہو  گے


Faint not nor grieve, for ye will overcome them if ye are believers. (139)

http://www.findpk.com/zahid/Firdos-e-Gumgashta.htm

Please do reform our education system ASAP Very Sincerely and learn from Teachings of our Holy Prophet PBUH. Wakeup it is already too late, do not close your eyes like a pigeon after seeing cat, cat will not disappear it will swallow you soon.

I would like to ask you few questions, you may lie to the world but you can’t lie to yourself and you don’t have to lie to yourself otherwise you won’t stand in your own eyes.

Answer honestly these questions…

Which continent is Israel belonging to?
Israel stands at the crossroads of Europe, Asia and Africa. Geographically, it belongs to the Asian continent and is Part of The Middle East Region. In the west, Israel is bound by the Mediterranean Sea. Lebanon and Syria border it to the north, Jordan to the east, Egypt to the southwest and the Red Sea to the south.

Why did Britain leave Palestine?
As all the League of Nations mandates were to be taken over by the new United Nations, Britain had declared that it would leave Palestine by 1 August 1948, later setting the date for the termination of the mandate as 15 May; on 14 May 1948 the Zionist leadership announced the Israeli Declaration of Independence.

Was Palestine a country before Israel?
In 1947, the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine was voted. This triggered the 1948 Palestine war, which established a Jewish state but no Palestinian state.

What was Israel called before 1948?
Palestine
Israeli Independence. The United Nations approved a plan to partition Palestine into a Jewish and Arab state in 1947, but the Arabs rejected it. In May 1948, Israel was officially declared an independent state with David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, as the prime minister.

Who came first Palestine or Israel?
The Arab-Israeli War grants Egypt control of Gaza. Before Israel became a nation, the majority of people dwelling in the region were Palestinians—Arabs who lived in what was then known as Palestine. On May 14, 1948, Israel was officially declared a state, marking the first Jewish state in over 2,000 years.

Was there a Palestine before Israel?
The United Nations General Assembly voted to partition Palestine into independent Arab and Jewish states. However, the situation in Palestine had deteriorated into a civil war between Arabs and Jews. The former rejected the Partition Plan, while the latter declared the independence of the State of Israel in May 1948.

What was Israel before Israel?
The Arab Palestinian economy collapsed and 250,000 Palestinian Arabs fled or were expelled. On 14 May 1948, the day before the expiration of the British Mandate, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, declared "the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz-Israel, to be known as the State of Israel."

Was Palestine ever a recognized country?
On 15 December 1988, the State of Palestine's declaration of independence of November 1988 was acknowledged in the General Assembly with Resolution 43/177. As of 3 August 2018, 137 (71%) of the 193 member states of the United Nations have recognized the State of Palestine.

When did the Jews leave Israel?
In 722 BCE, the Assyrians, under Sargon II, successor to Shalmaneser V, conquered the Kingdom of Israel, and many Israelites were deported to Mesopotamia. The Jewish proper diaspora began with the Babylonian exile in the 6th century BCE.

When was the mosque built on the Temple Mount?
The al-Aqsa mosque was built at the southern end of the mount in the 8th-century. Throughout the entire period of the Muslim conquest until the capture of Jerusalem in 1099, various structures were built on the mount including memorial sites and gates.

 

Name any 3 Cities of Israel?
You may know Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, can you name its 3rd city?

How many District and Cities do you know from this list?

·      Jerusalem District Capital: Jerusalem

·     Northern District Capital: Nazareth

o   Cities: Tzfat, Kinneret, Yizre'el, Akko, Golan

·     Haifa District Capital: Haifa

o   Cities: Haifa, Hadera

·    Central District Capital: Ramla

o   Cities: Sharon, Petah Tikva, Ramla, Rehovot

·    Tel Aviv District Capital: Tel Aviv

·    Southern District Capital: Beersheba

o   Cities: Ashkelon, Be'er Sheva

·   Judea and Samaria Area

o   Largest city: Modi'in Illit

 

What is the currency of Israel and its symbol?
The Israeli Shekel is the currency of Israel. The most popular Israel Shekel exchange rate is the USD to ILS rate.  1 USD= 3.58 ILS. The currency code for New Shekels is ILS, and the currency symbol is ₪.

What languages do they speak in Israel now?
Some refer to the modern Hebrew-influenced Levantine Arabic vernacular, spoken by many Israeli Arabs, as the Israeli Arabic dialect. Among most Arabs the vernacular spoken is similar to Palestinian Arabic, while Bedouin traditionally speak their own dialect of Arabic.

What are the different sects of Jewish Religion?
Jewish
 religious movements, sometimes called "denominations" or "branches", include different groups which have developed among Jews from ancient times. Today, the main division is between the Orthodox, Conservative, Reconstructionist, and Reform movements, with several smaller movements alongside them.



Does Israel have compulsory military service?
Conscription
 exists in Israel for all Israeli citizens over the age of 18 who are Jewish, Druze, or Circassian; Arab citizens of Israel are not conscripted. Other exceptions are made on religious, physical, or psychological grounds.

Does Israel Have An Army?
The Israel Defense Forces is unique in its inclusion of mandatory conscription of women and its structure, which emphasizes close relations between the army, navy, and air force. Since its founding, the IDF has been specifically designed to match Israel's unique security situation.

Why Jews cover their head and what it called?
This was understood by Rabbi Yosef Karo in the Shulchan Arukh as indicating that Jewish men should cover their heads, and should not walk more than four cubits bareheaded. Covering one's head by wearing a kippah, is described as "honoring God".

What can't Jews eat?

Certain foods, notably pork and shellfish, are forbidden; meat and dairy may not be combined and meat must be ritually slaughtered and salted to remove all traces of blood. Observant Jews will eat only meat or poultry that is certified kosher.


Why The Western Wall is holy for Jews?

The Western Wall is considered holy due to its connection to the Temple Mount. Because of the Temple Mount entry restrictions, the Wall is the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray, though the holiest site in the Jewish faith lies behind it.

Alternative name: Wailing Wall; Kotel; Al-Buraq ...

Why was the wall of Jerusalem built?
In the 16th century, during the reign of the Ottoman Empire in the region, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent decided to rebuild the city walls fully, partly on the remains of the ancient walls. Being built 1535 and 1538, they are the walls that exist today.

When was the mosque built on the Temple Mount?
The al-Aqsa mosque was built at the southern end of the mount in the 8th-century. Throughout the entire period of the Muslim conquest until the capture of Jerusalem in 1099, various structures were built on the mount including memorial sites and gates

How many times were the walls of Jerusalem destroyed?
During its long history, Jerusalem has been attacked 52 times, captured and recaptured 44 times, besieged 23 times, and destroyed twice. The oldest part of the city was settled in the 4th millennium BCE, making Jerusalem one of the oldest cities in the world.

What is inside the Holy Sepulchre?
The church contains, according to traditions dating back to at least the fourth century, the two holiest sites in Christianity: the site where Jesus of Nazareth was crucified, at a place known as "Calvary" or "Golgotha", and Jesus' empty tomb, where he is said to have been buried and resurrect

What happened to King Solomon's temple?
According to the Hebrew Bible, Solomon's Temple, also known as the First Temple, was the Holy Temple Beit HaMikdash in ancient Jerusalem before its destruction by Nebuchadnezzar II after the Siege of Jerusalem of 587 BCE and its subsequent replacement with the Second Temple in the 6th ...

Who rebuilt the wall of Jerusalem?
Nehemiah
In the 20th year of Artaxerxes, king of Persia, (445/444 BC), Nehemiah was cup-bearer to the king. Learning that the remnant of Jews in Judah were in distress and that the walls of Jerusalem were broken down, he asked the king for permission to return and rebuild the city.

Did Hazrat Jacob have any daughters in the Bible?
Hazrat Jacob had
 twelve sons and at least one daughter, by his two wives, Leah and Rachel, and by their handmaidens Bilhah and Zilpah. Jacob's twelve sons, named in Genesis, were Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Dan, Naphtali, Gad, Asher, Issachar, Zebulun, Joseph, and Benjamin. His only daughter mentioned in Genesis is Dinah.

When was Jerusalem destroyed?
In 589 BC, Nebuchadnezzar II laid siege to Jerusalem, culminating in the destruction of the city and its temple in the summer of 587 or 586 BC.

Did Hazrat Adam build the Kaaba?
One is that the shrine was a place of worship for Angels before the creation of man. Later, a house of worship was built on the location by Hazrat Adam and Eve which was lost during the flood in Hazrat Noah's time and was finally rebuilt by Hazrat Abraham and Hazrat Ishmael as mentioned later in the Quran.

Why is the Western Wall sacred?
The Western Wall is considered holy due to its connection to the Temple Mount. Because of the Temple Mount entry restrictions, the Wall is the holiest place where Jews are permitted to pray, though the holiest site in the Jewish faith lies behind it.

Why is Jerusalem a holy city to Islam?
The Dome of the Rock is an Islamic sacred shrine in Jerusalem, built on the Temple Mount. It is believed this is where Hazrat Muhammad PBUH ascended into heaven and was given the second pillar of Islam, to pray five times a day, from Allah.

Who controlled Israel before 1948?
On 14 May 1948, the day before the expiration of the British Mandate, David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, declared "the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz-Israel, to be known as the State of Israel."

When did the Muslims take over Jerusalem?
In April 637, Caliph Hazrat Umar traveled to Jerusalem in person to receive the submission of the city. The Patriarch thus surrendered to him. The Muslim conquest of the city solidified Arab control over Palestine, which would not again be threatened until the First Crusade in the late 11th century.

Why did Israel split into Israel and Judah?
When Solomon's successor Rehoboam dealt tactlessly with economic complaints of the northern tribes, in about 930 BCE (there are differences of opinion as to the actual year) the United Kingdom of Israel and Judah split into two kingdoms: the northern Kingdom of Israel, which included the cities of Shechem and Samaria, .

Is Jesus tomb in Jerusalem?
The Garden Tomb is a rock-cut tomb in Jerusalem, which was unearthed in 1867 and is considered by some Christians to be the site of the burial and resurrection ofJesus. The tomb has been dated by Israeli archaeologist Gabriel Barkay to the 8th–7th centuries BC

Where is Mary buried?
Church of the Sepulchre of Saint Mary, also Tomb of the Virgin Mary, is a Christian tomb in the Kidron Valley – at the foot of Mount of Olives, in Jerusalem – believed by Eastern Christians to be the burial place of Mary, the mother of Jesus.

 What is the holiest site in Christianity?
Jerusalem is believed to be the site of some of Jesus's teaching, the Last Supper, the subsequent institution of the Holy Eucharist as well as his entombment; Christians believe he was crucified on a nearby hill, Golgotha (sometimes called Calvary).

Who died when he touched the Ark of the Covenant?
According to the Tanakh, Uzzah or Uzza, meaning strength, was an Israelite whose death is associated with touching the Ark of the Covenant. Uzzah was the son ofAbinadab, in whose house the men of Kirjath-jearim placed the Ark when it was brought back from the land of the Philistines. 

How old was King Solomon when he died?
According to the Hebrew Bible, Solomon is the last ruler of a united Kingdom of Israel. He dies of natural causes at around 60 years of age. Upon Solomon's death, his son, Rehoboam, succeeds him.

What's inside the Ark of the Covenant?
According to various texts within the Hebrew Bible, it also contained Aaron's rod and a pot of manna. Hebrews 9:4 describes: "The ark of the covenant was covered on all sides with gold, in which was a golden jar holding the manna, and Aaron's rod which budded, and the tablets of the covenant."

How long is Israel's wall?
At a total length of 708 kilometers (440 mi) upon completion, the border traced by the barrier is more than double the length of the Green Line, with 15% running along it or in Israel, while the remaining 85% cuts at times 18 kilometers (11 mi) deep into the West Bank, isolating about 9% of it, leaving an estimated 

Why was the wall of Jerusalem built?
In the 16th century, during the reign of the Ottoman Empire in the region, Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent decided to rebuild the city walls fully, partly on the remains of the ancient walls. Being built 1535 and 1538, they are the walls that exist today.

What country is Bethlehem /Bayt Lahm in?
A small town near Jerusalem on the West Bank of the Jordan River; early home of David and regarded as the place where Jesus was born.

Jordan retained control of the city until the Six-Day War in 1967, when Bethlehem was captured by Israel, along with the rest of the West Bank. Following the Six-Day War, Israel took control of the city. In 1995, Israel turned it over to the Palestinian National Authority in accordance with the Oslo peace accord.

What did Jesus do in Jerusalem?
According to the New Testament, Jerusalem was the city to which Jesus wasbrought as a child, to be presented at the Temple (Luke 2:22) and to attend festivals (Luke 2:41). According to the canonical gospels, Jesus preached and healed inJerusalem, especially in the Temple Courts.

What is inside the Holy Sepulchers?
The church contains, according to traditions dating back to at least the fourth century, the two holiest sites in Christianity: the site where Jesus of Nazareth was crucified, at a place known as "Calvary" or "Golgotha", and Jesus' empty tomb, where he is said to have been buried and resurrected. 

How long did Jesus stay in Jerusalem?
Gospel accounts. According to the Gospels, Jesus was staying at Bethany and before entering Jerusalem. John 12:1 states that he was in Bethany six days before the passover.

 Why do Jews bang their heads on the Western Wall of King Solomon?

The term Western Wall and its variations are mostly used in a narrow sense for the section traditionally used by Jews for prayer; it has also been called the "Wailing Wall", referring to the practice of Jews weeping at the site over the destruction of the Temples.

What are the Israeli/Jewish National Holidays?
Israeli/Jewish days of remembrance, find details at
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_holidays#"Work"_on_Sabbath_and_biblical_holidays 

1.    Yom HaShoah—Holocaust Remembrance Day
Yom HaShoah: (nominally) 27 Nisan
Yom HaShoah "Holocaust Day" is a day of remembrance for victims of the Holocaust. Its full name is Yom Hazikaron LaShoah v'LiGevurah ("Holocaust and Heroism Remembrance Day") and reflects a desire to recognize martyrs who died in active resistance to the Nazis alongside those who died as passive victims. Its date, 27 Nisan, was chosen because it commemorates the Warsaw Ghetto uprising, the best known of the armed Jewish uprisings.

Places of public entertainment are closed throughout Israel in recognition of the day. Public commemoration of Yom HaShoah usually includes religious elements such as the recitation of Psalms, memorial prayers, and kaddish, and the lighting of memorial candles. In Israel, the most notable observances are the State memorial ceremony at Yad Vashem and the sirens marking off a two-minute silence at 10:00 am. Religious Zionist and Modern Orthodox Jews generally participate in such public observances along with secular Jews and Jews who adhere to more liberal religious movements. Outside Israel, Jewish communities observe Yom HaShoah in addition to or instead of their countries' Holocaust Memorial Days. Probably the most notable commemoration is the March of the Living, held at the site of Auschwitz-Birkenau, attended by Jews from all parts of the world.

Outside Orthodoxy, a liturgy for Yom HaShoah is beginning to develop. The Conservative, Reform and Reconstructionist prayer books all include liturgical elements for Yom HaShoah, to be added to the regular weekday prayers. Conservative Judaism has written a scroll, called Megillat HaShoah, intended to become a definitive liturgical reading for Yom HaShoah The Orthodox world–even the segment that participates publicly in Yom HaShoah–has been reluctant to write a liturgy for the day, preferring to compose Kinnot (prayers of lamentation) for recitation on Tisha B'Av.

In order to ensure that public Yom HaShoah ceremonies in Israel do not violate Shabbat prohibitions, the date for Yom HaShoah varies as follows:

If 27 Nisan occurs on a Friday, the observance of Yom HaShoah is advanced to the previous day (Thursday, 26 Nisan).

If 27 Nisan occurs on a Sunday, the observance of Yom HaShoah is delayed to the following day (Monday, 28 Nisan).

2.    Yom Hazikaron—Memorial Day
Yom Hazikaron: (nominally) 4 Iyara
Yom Hazikaron "Memorial Day" is a day of remembrance of the fallen of Israel's wars. During the first years of Israel's independence, this remembrance was observed on Yom Ha'atzmaut (Independence Day) itself. However, by 1951, the memorial observance was separated from the festive celebration of Independence Day and moved to its current date, the day before Yom Ha'atzmaut. Since 2000, the scope of the memorial has expanded to include civilians slain by acts of hostile terrorism. Its full name is now "Day of Remembrance for the Fallen of the Battles of Israel and the Victims of Terror".Places of public entertainment are closed throughout Israel in recognition of the day. Many schools, businesses and other institutions conduct memorial services on this day, and it is customary to visit the graves of fallen soldiers and to recite memorial prayers there. The principal public observances are the evening opening ceremony at the Western Wall and the morning services of remembrance at military cemeteries throughout the country, each opened by the sounding of sirens. The public observances conclude with the service at the military cemetery on Mount Herzl that serves as the transition to Yom Ha'atzmaut.

Outside Israel, Yom HaZikaron observances are often folded into Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations. Within Israel, Yom Hazikaron is always the day before Yom Ha'atzmaut, but that date moves to prevent violation of Sabbath prohibitions during the ceremonies of either day. See following section for details.

3.    Yom Ha'atzmaut—Israel Independence Day
Yom Ha'atzmaut: (nominally) 5 Iyar
Yom Ha'atzmaut is Israel's Independence Day. Observance of this day by Jews inside and outside Israel is widespread, and varies in tone from secular (military parades and barbecues) to religious (recitation of Hallel and new liturgies).

Although Israel's independence was declared on a Friday, the Chief Rabbinate has long been mindful of the possibility of Yom Ha'atzmaut (and Yom Hazikaron) observances leading to violation of Sabbath prohibitions. To prevent such violations, the dates of Yom Hazikaron and Yom Ha'atzmaut vary as follows:

If 4–5 Iyar occur on a Sunday-Monday, the observances are delayed to Monday-Tuesday, 5–6 Iyar.

If 4–5 Iyar occur on a Tuesday-Wednesday, the observances are not moved.

If 4–5 Iyar occur on a Thursday-Friday, the observances are advanced to Wednesday-Thursday, 3–4 Iyar.

If 4–5 Iyar occur on a Friday-Shabbat, the observances are advanced to Wednesday-Thursday, 2–3 Iyar.

Nearly all non-ḥaredi Jewish religious communities have incorporated changes or enhancements to the liturgy in honor of Yom Ha'atzmaut and suspend the mourning practices of the period of Sefirat Ha'Omer. (See Yom Ha'atzmaut—Religious Customs for details.) Within the Religious Zionist and Modern Orthodox communities, these changes are not without controversy, and customs continue to evolve.

Ḥaredi religious observance of Yom Ha'atzmaut varies widely. A few ḥaredim (especially Sefardic Ḥaredim) celebrate the day in a reasonably similar way to the way non-ḥaredim do. Most ḥaredim simply treat the day indifferently; i.e., as a regular day. And finally others (notably Satmar Ḥasidim and Neturei Karta) mourn on the day because of their opposition to the enterprise of the State of Israel.

4.    Yom Yerushalayim—Jerusalem Day
Yom Yerushalayim: 28 Iyar
Jerusalem Day marks the 1967 reunification of Jerusalem under Israeli control during the Six-Day War. This marked the first time in 19 years that the Temple Mount was accessible to Jews, and the first time since the destruction of the Second Temple 1900 years earlier that the Temple Mount was under Jewish political control.

As with Yom Ha'atzmaut, celebrations of Yom Yerushalayim range from completely secular (including hikes to Jerusalem and a large parade through downtown Jerusalem) to religious (recitation of Hallel and new liturgies). Although Haredim do not participate in the liturgical changes, they are somewhat more likely to celebrate Yom Yerushalayim than the other modern Israeli holidays because of the importance of the liberation of the Western Wall and the Old City of Jerusalem.

Outside Israel, observance of Yom Yerushalayim is widespread, especially in Orthodox circles. It has not gained as widespread acceptance as Yom Ha'atzmaut, especially among more politically liberal Jews, because of the continuing conflicts over the future of the city.

Yom Yerushalayim has not traditionally moved to avoid Shabbat desecration, although in 2012 the Chief Rabbinate began some efforts in that direction.

Yom HaAliyah—Aliyah Day
Yom HaAliyah: 10 Nisan

Joshua passing the River Jordan with the Ark of the Covenant by Benjamin West Aliyah Day is an Israeli national holiday celebrated annually on the tenth of Nisan. The day was established to acknowledge Aliyah, immigration to the Jewish state, as a core value of the State of Israel, and honor the ongoing contributions of Olim (immigrants) to Israeli society.

Immigration to Israel is a recognized religious value of Judaism, sometimes referred to as the Gathering of Israel. The date chosen for Yom HaAliyah, 10 Nisan, has religious significance: it is the day on which Joshua and the Israelites crossed the Jordan River at Gilgal into the Promised Land. It was thus the first documented "mass Aliyah". The alternative date observed in the school system, 7 Heshvan, falls during the week of the Torah portion in which God instructs Abraham to leave his home and his family and go up to the Land of Israel.

At the present time, observance of this day appears to be secular in nature.

5.    Yom HaAliyah—Aliyah Day
Day to Mark the Departure and Expulsion of Jews from the Arab Countries and Iran: 30 November (on the Gregorian calendar)

The Knesset established this observance in 2014. The purpose of this observance is to recognize the collective trauma of Mizrahi Jews during the period around the establishment of the State of Israel. Many Mizrachi Jews felt that their own suffering was being ignored, both in comparison to the suffering of European Jewry during the Holocaust and in comparison to the Palestinian Nakba. The Gregorian-calendar date chosen is the day after the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine was adopted, as that date marked the beginning of concentrated pressure and hostility against the community.

At the present time, observance of this day appears to be secular in nature.

6.    Day to commemorate the expulsion of Jews from Arab lands and Iran
Day to Mark the Departure and Expulsion of Jews from the Arab Countries and Iran: 30 November (on the Gregorian calendar)

The Knesset established this observance in 2014. The purpose of this observance is to recognize the collective trauma of Mizrahi Jews during the period around the establishment of the State of Israel. Many Mizrachi Jews felt that their own suffering was being ignored, both in comparison to the suffering of European Jewry during the Holocaust and in comparison to the Palestinian Nakba. The Gregorian-calendar date chosen is the day after the United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine was adopted, as that date marked the beginning of concentrated pressure and hostility against the community.[90]

At the present time, observance of this day appears to be secular in nature.

7.    Ethnic holidays
The Israeli government officially recognizes three traditional holidays of ethnic Jewish communities in Israel. These days are also observed by their respective communities outside Israel.

Mimouna began as a holiday of Moroccan Jews, while similar celebrations also exist among Turkish Jews and Persian Jews.[91] These festivals are observed on the day after Passover, when eating of ordinary food ("chametz") resumes. In Israel, observance of Mimouna has spread widely in recent years; it has been estimated that up to two million Jews in Israel now participate in Mimouna celebrations.

On the evening concluding Passover,[Note 34] the celebration centers on visiting the homes of friends and neighbors, Jewish and non-Jewish. A variety of traditional foods are served, and symbols representing good luck and prosperity are prominently displayed. The next day, barbecues and picnics are among the most widespread activities of the celebration.[93]

The Seharane was celebrated by Kurdish Jews as a multi-day nature festival starting the day after Passover. Communities would leave their villages and camp out for several days, celebrating with eating and drinking, nature walks, singing and dancing.

Its observance was interrupted after the relocation of this community to Israel in the 1950s. In recent years it has been revived. But because of the already-widespread celebration of Mimouna in Israel, the celebration of the Seharane was moved to Chol HaMoed Sukkot.

The Sigd began as an evolution of the observance of Yom Kippur by the Beta Israel (Ethiopian) community. Currently that community now observes it in addition to Yom Kippur; its date is 29 Heshvan, 49 days after Yom Kippur. It shares some features of Yom Kippur, Shavuot, and other holidays.

The Sigd is modeled on a ceremony of fasting, study and prayer described in Nehemiah 8, when the Jews rededicated themselves to religious observance on return to Israel after the Babylonian exile. In Ethiopia, the community would gather on a mountaintop and pray for a return to Jerusalem. The modern Sigd is centered on a promenade overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem. The day's observance ends with a celebratory break fast

  Holidays and Observances in Israel in 2019
 

Date

 

Name

Type

 

21 Jan

Monday

Tu Bishvat

Observance, Hebrew

 

 

 

20 Mar

Wednesday

March Equinox

Season

 

20 Mar

Wednesday

Ta'anit Esther (Fast of Esther)

Observance, Hebrew

 

20 Mar

Wednesday

Erev Purim

Observance, Hebrew

 

21 Mar

Thursday

Purim (Tel Aviv)

Local Holiday

 

22 Mar

Friday

Shushan Purim (Jerusalem)

Local Holiday

 

 

15 Apr

Monday

Yom HaAliyah

Official Holiday, Business as usual

 

19 Apr

Friday

Erev Pesach

Observance, Hebrew

 

20 Apr

Saturday

Pesach I (First day of Passover)

National holiday, Hebrew

 

21 Apr

Sunday

Pesach II (Passover)

Observance, Hebrew

 

22 Apr

Monday

Pesach III (Passover)

Observance, Hebrew

 

23 Apr

Tuesday

Pesach IV (Passover)

Observance, Hebrew

 

24 Apr

Wednesday

Pesach V (Passover)

Observance, Hebrew

 

25 Apr

Thursday

Pesach VI (Passover)

Observance, Hebrew

 

26 Apr

Friday

Pesach VII (Last day of Passover)

National holiday, Hebrew

 

 

2 May

Thursday

Yom HaShoah/Holocaust Memorial Day

Observance, Hebrew

 

8 May

Wednesday

Yom HaZikaron (Memorial Day)

Observance, Hebrew

 

9 May

Thursday

Yom HaAtzmaut (Independence Day)

National holiday, Hebrew

 

23 May

Thursday

Lag B'Omer

Observance, Hebrew

 

 

2 Jun

Sunday

Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day)

National holiday

 

8 Jun

Saturday

Erev Shavuot

Observance, Hebrew

 

9 Jun

Sunday

Shavuot (Pentecost)

National holiday, Hebrew

 

21 Jun

Friday

June Solstice

Season

 

 

21 Jul

Sunday

Fast of Shiva Asar B'Tammuz

Observance, Hebrew

 

 

10 Aug

Saturday

Erev Tisha B'Av

Observance, Hebrew

 

11 Aug

Sunday

Tisha B'Av

Observance, Hebrew

 

 

23 Sep

Monday

September Equinox

Season

 

29 Sep

Sunday

Erev Rosh Hashana

Observance, Hebrew

 

30 Sep

Monday

Rosh Hashana (New Year)

National holiday, Hebrew

 

 

1 Oct

Tuesday

Rosh Hashana II (New Year day 2)

National holiday, Hebrew

 

2 Oct

Wednesday

Tzom Gedaliah

Observance, Hebrew

 

8 Oct

Tuesday

Erev Yom Kippur

Observance, Hebrew

 

9 Oct

Wednesday

Yom Kippur

National holiday, Hebrew

 

13 Oct

Sunday

Erev Sukkot

Observance, Hebrew

 

14 Oct

Monday

Sukkot I

National holiday, Hebrew

 

15 Oct

Tuesday

Sukkot II

Observance, Hebrew

 

16 Oct

Wednesday

Sukkot III

Observance, Hebrew

 

17 Oct

Thursday

Sukkot IV

Observance, Hebrew

 

18 Oct

Friday

Sukkot V

Observance, Hebrew

 

19 Oct

Saturday

Sukkot VI

Observance, Hebrew

 

20 Oct

Sunday

Sukkot VII/Hoshanah Rabah

Observance, Hebrew

 

21 Oct

Monday

Shmini Atzeret/Simchat Torah

National holiday, Hebrew

 

 

5 Nov

Tuesday

Yom HaAliyah School Observance

Observance

 

 

22 Dec

Sunday

December Solstice

Season

 

23 Dec

Monday

Hanukkah I (Holiday of lights)

Observance, Hebrew

 

24 Dec

Tuesday

Hanukkah II

Observance, Hebrew

 

25 Dec

Wednesday

Hanukkah III

Observance, Hebrew

 

26 Dec

Thursday

Hanukkah IV

Observance, Hebrew

 

27 Dec

Friday

Hanukkah V

Observance, Hebrew

 

28 Dec

Saturday

Hanukkah VI/Rosh Chodesh Tevet

Observance, Hebrew

 

29 Dec

Sunday

Hanukkah VII

Observance, Hebrew

 

30 Dec Monday Hanukkah VIII bservance, Hebrew  
 

What are the 7 Jewish parenting principles?

1. Parenting Is a Partnership

“There are three partners in the making of man: the father, the mother and G‑d.” (Kiddushin, 30b)

G‑d is a partner in this parenting endeavor. We can, and dare I say, must, rely on Divine assistance because quite frankly, this task is at times (if not at all times) beyond our human capacity. But, as the Midrash attests, G‑d does not make excessive demands of us. If He gave us these children, it means that they are the perfect match for us and we for them—hard as it may be to believe at times! But don’t despair because this also means that it’s not all up to us! We may love to shep nachas, but truthfully, we cannot take full credit for the outcome of parenting.

2. Capitalize on Core Competencies

“Educate the child according to his way and when he’s old he will not depart from it ... ” (Proverbs 22:6)

G‑d has given each of our children unique personalities, strengths and weaknesses. We must recognize and respect our children’s individuality. The inherent way of a child—his or her G‑d-given traits—should not be suppressed by parents. Rather, we should cultivate them to the fullest, bearing in mind that negative traits should be channeled positively.

In addition, the sages explain that children must be trained in self-discipline—to set boundaries and change their habitual natures until they attain sovereignty of mind over heart (Tanya, Chapter 12). Living a life that is guided by the framework of Torah law provides plenty of opportunities to exercise mindfulness over impulse and hone this ability.

3. Compliance Remains Key

“Honor your father and your mother, so that your days should be lengthened.” (Exodus 20:12)

If your children exhibit chutzpah sometimes, then you’re in good company. Children are not naturally inclined to treat their parents with respect; hence, the need for the Fifth Commandment, which by the way, is about behavior, not feeling. It’s inclusion as one of the “Big Ten” suggests that rude children are nothing new. But it also teaches us how to prevent them from turning into self-absorbed, thoughtless adults.

Jewish psychologist and parenting expert Wendy Mogel points out in The Blessing of a Skinned Knee that children “will only accept your guidance and heed your advice if they respect you. ... If you don’t teach your children to honor you, you’ll have a very hard time teaching them anything else.” By honoring their parents, children will be more likely to respect authority, the older generation, and in turn, make the leap from family to community. Their reward will thus be length in days to contribute to this world.

4. Hedge With Love

“The right hand draws near and the left hand pushes away.” (Sanhedrin, 107 b)

King Solomon warned “one who withholds his rod, despises his child,” (Mishlei 13:24). Yet as naturally loving parents, we often wonder: How much discipline and how to discipline? We do it with the less dominant hand—“the left hand.”

Our sages emphasize numerous times that “the left hand pushes away.” Discipline should be implemented rarely, and we can influence our children more if we approach them b’darchei noam—pleasantly and peacefully. The Rambam advises that it is best to take the middle path, and in his parting letter to his children heed them to always “consider what you are going to say before letting the words escape.” Yes, that does suggest that we parents should stop yelling (present company included).

Jewish psychologists and parenting experts recommend keeping ratios in mind to help us apply the aforementioned statement from the Talmud. Sarah Chanah Radcliffe suggest an 80:20 ratio of positive to negative interactions with our children (and our spouses) and 90:10 for teenagers. Rabbi Dr. Avraham Twerski recommends a 70:30 ratio. Dr. MiriamAdahan suggests “one-third love, one-third law and one-third sitting on your hands (i.e., turn a blind eye).” Whatever ratio works for you and your individual child, the message is clear: Temper the discipline with a heavy dose of love.

5. Stick to the Fundamentals

“The soul of man is a candle of G‑d.” (Proverbs 20:27)

A Jewish child has a soul that “is truly a part of G‑d above” (Tanya, Chapter 2). Focus on this fundamental part of your child and see the good inherent in them. Moreover, just like when we hold a candle near a large flame it will be attracted to the larger flame, our souls are attracted to its Divine Source. When we train our children in the observance of mitzvot, we afford them the opportunity for their souls to shine overtly.

Many mothers add one Shabbat candle for each of their children. Teach your children that the world is brighter because of their existence. Imbue in them the understanding that they are a “light unto the nations.” (Isaiah 42:6)

6. Be a Mentor

“For I know him, that he will instruct his children and his household after him, so that they will keep the path of G‑d, to do righteousness and justice.” (Bereishit 18:19)

We are our children’s teachers of right and wrong, based on the Divine blueprint set for humankind: the Torah. Perhaps this is best seen in the connection between the Hebrew words: “parent” (horim), “teacher” (moreh), “instruction” (horah). How we want them to live, we must first model.

The Talmud lists religious teachings, as well as universal teachings of a very practical nature, which we must impart on our children. The obligation to find them a spouse also means educating them to become emotionally mature adults, equipped to maintain familial relationships. Teaching our children a profession means providing them with the practical skills necessary to survive and succeed in life. Aside from the life-saving component, the obligation to teach our children how to swim also means teaching them the skills necessary to swim amid the risks and challenges inherent in life’s murky waters. But once we’ve taught them how, we can’t swim for them!

7. Take Risks

“Lech Lecha” (Genesis 12:1)

“Go forth!” G‑d told Avraham when it was time for him to leave his father’s land and venture out into the unknown. This phrase, which literally means “go to yourself,” teaches us that the capabilities to go are precisely within ourselves. In order for our children to learn confidence in their abilities to triumph over life’s challenges, we must allow them to venture out into the world and work things out on their own.

In the process, we must be mindful to praise and encourage their efforts over talents. “Man was created to toil” (Job 5:7). Toil, not produce. As Rabbi Tarfon says, “You are not required to complete the task, yet you are not free to withdraw from it” (Ethics of Our Fathers 2:21). When we encourage effort, we foster what Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck refers to as a “growth mindset,” which results in more patience, and a willingness to take risks and experiment with different tasks.

When our children are being rambunctious, we wish them to be angels. Yet angels are standing, stagnant beings—omdim, who don’t grow or move (Zechariah 3:7). Humans (a.k.a. our rambunctiously active kids) are holchim (“movers”). Unlike the angels, they climb levels and can reach higher. They can fall and can get up again. Let them move, let them swim, let them grow!

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