Monday, August 7, 2017

Hayovel's Wineries and Wines

The web store of the evangelical missionary Hayovel ministry claims to have harvested the grapes for the following wineries and wines from Yehuda and Shomron [1][2]:


- Har Bracha 
- Tura
- Psagot
- Gvaot
- Shiloh


- Har Bracha Highlander Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
- Har Bracha Highlander Merlot Special Reserve 2011

- Tura Mountain Peak 2014
- Tura Mountain Heights Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

- Psagot Edom 2013
- Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Psagot Chardonnay 2016
- Psagot Merlot 2014
- Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon Single Vineyard 2014
- Psagot Cabernet Franc M Series 2014
- Psagot Cabernet Sauvignon M Series 2014
- Psagot Single Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon M Series 2013
- Psagot Edom M Series 2014
- Psagot Edom Magnum 2009

- Gvaot Merlot 2013
- Gvaot Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Gvaot Vineyard Dance 2014

- Shiloh Exclusive Edition Mosaic 2013
- Shiloh Shor Cabernet Franc 2013
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Merlot 2011 Magnum
- Shiloh Legend Honi 2014
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Magnum
- Shiloh Mosaic 2014
- Shiloh Mosaic 2014 Non-Mevushal
- Shiloh Legend 2013
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Shiraz 2013
- Shiloh Secret Reserve Merlot 2014
- Shiloh Shor Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
- Shiloh Shor Barbera 2014
- Shiloh Chardonnay 2014



Thursday, July 20, 2017

Pagans In The Field

Evangelical pagans harvesting the fields of Samaria. Striking similarities with the pagans of other places who sacrificed and danced for their pagan deity. Strange fires, strange wine, & strange practices. All of this comes with a heavy cost, which the average Jew cannot even fathom. What is happening in the Shomron today, where religious Jews opened the door to missionaries for greed and power, provides further proof that the attraction to idolatry (of one form or another) still resonates in the hearts of many Jews.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

The Judean Hammer: Dumisani Washington: Enemy of the Jewish People (S...

Not Hayovel, but a look at another missionary menace with a nice smile and "brotherly love":
The Judean Hammer: Dumisani Washington: Enemy of the Jewish People (S...: With friends such as these, we have no need...

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Har Bracha: Pagans Welcome

Possible promotional options for Har Bracha, the religious yishuv in the Shomron where Hayovel's evangelical missionaries keep as their home base in Israel. All with the blessings of the town's rabbi and the yeshiva's Rosh HaYeshiva, Eliezer Melamed. You can't make this stuff up. Truth is indeed stranger (and scarier) than fiction.

festivals and harvest dances



Snakes In The Grass


Who is that bearded man, you ask? Why that's David "the Hebrew" Axelrod, back when he still kept his beard and peyot. Evidently an allergy or something compelled him in his mid-middle age years to suddenly get rid of it. I suspect it was a different kind of allergy. 

In any event, this 2013 video features a shameless Axelrod calling for more evangelical missionaries to come for the "harvest". Since then, David has never let up and today he continues to facilitate our spiritual enemies by teaching missionaries "Torah" at Root Source. He is one of many Jews who feed from the hand of Brother Esau, and teach them the kinds of tools, mores, and perspectives that allow them to entrench themselves in Jewish life under the pretext of discovering "Jewish roots" of their faith.

There are many words to describe people like David Haivri. Ironically, many of those who defend him today, would have excoriated him some 15 years ago when he still identified with Rabbi Meir Kahane's teachings. Having betrayed those beliefs, they now view him as a friend. 

Organizations such as Root Source mastered the art of using unprincipled, ignorant, naive, shameless, and corrupt individuals to further their goals. As dangerous as "Jews for Jesus" is, they aren't a fraction of the threat that groups such as Hayovel and Root Source present to the Jewish community. Jews for Jesus doesn't have a headquarters in Har Bracha and the blessing of the town's rabbi. Such a thing would never be. Nor do they have a staff of Jews acting as teachers to missionaries, as Root Source can boast, so that they can teach these predators more tricks to be more comfortable with Jews.

It's time for people to learn that people like David Haivri are not noble Jews fostering relationships with x-tians. These "x-tian friends" as they would have it, are missionaries, whose agenda is naked. 

How many videos do we have to post of Hayovel showing their true agenda, until Jews open their eyes? 

How many screenshots of Hayovel's connections with messianic organizations do we have to document, even after Tommy Waller's supposed 2011 teshuva process?

With all the evidence out there, anyone who defends these unscrupulous sorts will have to answer to G-d one day. Remember, even activist David Wilder from Hebron (whose views on evangelical relations are certainly different from the ones we espouse) was honest enough to admit his mistake, and declare that Tommy Waller, Hayovel's smiling, bearded, patriarch; was indeed a missionary:


Those of us who contribute to this forum don't hate goyim, G-d forbid. We don't hate all x-tians as our Jewish detractors falsely claim, even if we believe that according to Torah, all gentiles need to embark on the true path of the Noachide Laws which necessitates a rejection of their current beliefs. These xtians are missionaries and such individuals we do indeed hate. Soul snatchers with smiles. Snakes in the grass. And so, we are unrelenting in exposing them. Along with their Jewish enablers. 

Collaboration with the enemy is an egregious sin. 

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Lo Techanem

In a nutshell, this is what is wrong with our generation. The community of Har Bracha is the site of an astounding chillul Hashem for several years now. Rabbi Eliezer Melamed has enabled missionaries and given them a foothold in Israel, by giving them a foothold in his own community. Mind-boggling! People need to isolate and expose this yishuv as if it were a leper colony. Hayovel are missionaries!

Rabbi Melamed, ever heard of a prohibition dealing with this precise issue? Lo Techanem perhaps? For more on this biblical prohibition check out the following video by Harav Yehudah Richter.

Hayovel. If it barks like a dog and bites like one......

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Jeremy Gimpel and Evangelical "Lost Tribes"

In this 2009 clip from episode #31 of "Tuesday Night Live in Jerusalem" starring Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel, friends of Hayovel, Gimpel interviews a random christian tour guide, and asks him if he thinks he is a Jewish soul lost in a gentile body.

Despite the christian's answer to the contrary, Gimpel elaborates on why he thinks there is a Jewish soul inside the christian tour guide's body, and implies that he and others like him are part of the return of Efrayim and the northern tribes. The relevant portion begins at 1:20.


Excerpt from interview:

"christian tour guide: I'm here leading tours of christians throughout the land of Israel.

Jeremy Gimpel: Are you christian?

christian tour guide: I am.

Jeremy Gimpel:
Do you think that you are a Jewish soul lost in a gentile body?

christian tour guide: I, I, I, no (shaking head no).

Jeremy Gimpel:
In the book of Hoshea it says that Efrayim, who is the northern tribes of Israel, will be lost amongst the nations. They'll look like non-Jews. And then all of a sudden, totally irrationally, they'll feel this pull to Jewish roots, to Judaism, to Israel. Although most of America, Barack Obama, they don't like Israel they don't like the Jews, most non-Jews don't like Jews. But there's this select group of non-Jew that, all of a sudden, they can't explain why, but they have this attraction to Judaism. They have an attraction to Israel. And I'm wondering if, possibly, inside your gentile body there is in fact a Jewish soul that is yearning to come home, because Efrayim and all the northern tribes not only will return, like, to their Jewish roots, they'll actually return to Israel, and we will all together pray to the God of Israel, the Heavenly Father, and I wanna know what you think of that."

Tomer Devorah posted a clip earlier this year of Gimpel in Yehuda speaking with a group of messianic christians from "Beit Tehilah," where he describes his disturbing vision for the center of study and prayer for Jews and christians that he is building in Yehuda.

"Jeremy Gimpel: This is the first center to be established as a center of study, of prayer, for Jews and 'the righteous among the nations' in the land of Israel. There is no such thing like this yet.

And so those side buildings, that's gonna be small little hotel rooms or apartments for small families, that they can come instead of staying at a hotel. You feel like you're a tourist when you're at a hotel. You come here and you live in your own little apartment. On the land.

And you wake up and there'll be prayer services here in the morning, and then a morning class. And then we'll go out and work in the fields. We'll be eating together, working together, learning together, praying together, living together.

And so, there'll be differences, of course there'll be differences. You get ten Jews in a room and there's already forty opinions. Add a bunch of non-Jews in the room, now there'll be a hundred different opinions.

But, what we have shifted away from in our belief, how do we build up Mashiach's team? Now, we may even have a dispute on who Mashiach is, 'cause the Jews don't really know yet, we're like waiting for him to appear.

And that'll be the big question when he comes, is this your first time, or is this your second time? But you know what, if he's smart, he won't ever answer. Why does one of us have to be wrong and one of us have to be right?

Maybe God's ways are beyond our ways? Maybe His thoughts are beyond our thoughts, and as we're trying to convince each other on the issue that divides us, let's put that aside for just a minute, and now let's leave theology alone.

The Messianic movement has an ideology. What's an ideology? It's not a theology, it's what we believe in, it's what we work towards, it's what we want to train our children towards, and the language that we've come up with is Biblical Zionist."

"Hayovel" and the Wallers