|Jews pray in synagogue on Yom Kippur (Maurycy Gottlieb, Jewish Art, G. Cohen Grossman)|
- Gaza Freedom Flotilla (Code Pink for Peace)
- Gaza Fights for Freedom - a film by Abby Martin
- Moses in Islam: The Pharaoh of the Exodus - Mūsā ibn ʿImrān, known as Moses in Judeo-Christian theology, is considered a prophet and messenger in Islam. He is the most frequently mentioned individual in the Qur'an (like Mother Mary/Maryam, the most mentioned female), his name being mentioned 135 times. The Qur'an says Moses/Musa was sent by God to the pharaoh of Egypt and his establishments and the Israelites for guidance and warning. His life is narrated and recounted more than that of any other prophet. According to Islam, all Muslims must have faith in every prophet (nabi) and messenger (rasul), which includes Musa and his brother Aaron. The Qur'an states: "And mention in the Book, Moses. Indeed, he was chosen, and he was a messenger and a prophet. And We [the God, plural] called him from the side of the mount at [his] right and brought him near, confiding [to him]. And We gave him out of Our mercy his brother Aaron as a prophet" — Quran, sura 19 (Maryam), ayat 51–53.
- There is a great book out there, once available at Alexandria II Bookstore, proving that Jesus and Moses and others were Egyptians, pharaohs chased from their land to Canaan (modern Palestine/Israel), who rose up and fought back. This is why we remember them and still talk about them. But staff says there are so many books about the roots of Christianity, which must perforce refer back to Judaism, that there's no telling what that book was. It seems to have been self-published by a little known scholar with a wealth of facts and references unlike most glossy books on the bestseller's list. Israel is physically a part of Egypt, Africa, walking distance. That is why Jesus, the King of the Jews (though no "messiah" or liberator to them) is quickly found in Egypt even in the official version of the story of the post-pharaonic Jews.
|God searched for Moses to kill him|