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B"H - Just because mamlachtim (Those Jews who worship the State rather than Hashem, our G-d) like you say the State is Jewish it doesn't make it Jewish: Only Torah would.
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A nation state may officially profess a 'religion', but in and of itself it has neither a Soul to consult with, nor a conscience to act upon. Like other countries, the State of Israel mostly functions like a cold and heartless corporation: survival is its bottom line. If Dry Bones would open a Tanakh, it would find long lists of corrupted kings and flawed administrations. From the ancient period, with murderers such as David and Ahab, until today (Katzav, Olmert and others) we see Jewish officials convicted of crimes and even doing prison time. In my view, only narcissists and chauvinists can be proud of such facts.
So right on!! I love his smile.Thanks
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Given it's original ownership from G*d, you have it on the nose Bones!
I am so surprised that that Ari and Michael are reading this blog. it's not Torah, it's not Tanakh, it's not something that a person should use Torah to dispute. It's obviously not for them, and they would be best to keep quiet and pretend to write something instead of pronouncing and condemning.As for the rest rest of us, brilliant as always, keep up the good work!
@ Stan: in turn, I myself am surprised that Dry Bones misleadingly confuses the State of Israel with its inhabitants. Those who dislike Israel surely don't do so because of its citizens, most whom they have never met in their life!Instead, many people both outside of Israel and inside are opposed to Israel's government and its other institutions, just like they hate what e.g. the arrogant American or Dutch government do to their citizens and to the world at large.If one has no intelligent answer to such criticism, I believe one ought to remain silent, instead of chauvinistically hiding behind the fact of his one's religion!
Just so! Excellent
Mr. BOnes! Of all your cartoons I have seen, this one is the most RIGHT ON of all of them! As a goy from America, I can tell you that Israel represents Judaism to the world. Judaism, The Torah, The Law, The Ten Commandments, G-d revealing Himself to Moses on Mount Sinai, EVERYTHING about the true and living G-d! And the whole world wants to live their own way and do their own thing, and this "G-d" you bring with His words messes up all their plans, makes them feel guilty, teaches them right and wrong. The world does not like it. And so the world does not like YOU. YOU being the Jewish state, the Jews, the Israelites, etc. That's the way I see it, that's the way I've been taught, and as my preacher says, if anyone wants to be right with G-d he will appreciate the Israelitish people because they are the ones who have brought us G-d's word. I love you, I love your G-d. Paul Mark Headley on fb. Shaalu Shalom Yerushalayim!
@ Michael, is there anyone or any state you approve of, except your own narrow-minded variety? Try and tell this to the millions of Jews who found refuge in Israel that the world didn't want. Where would we be today without a Jewish state to call our own? I know where I would be, in Poland, with my head bowed, hiding my Jewish identity under a false name, as I had to do during the war. Shame on you, and one or to others here.
This is correct. The devil hates and tries to destroy the works of God and His people. Thus, the hatred for the Jews, God's chosen. Keep fighting the good fight. Satan is a defeated foe.
Well, that may be not 100 % of the reason Israel has problems, but it serves as a powerful catalyst for all the other reasons why people revile (not criticize, like in all free societies, the most severe critique AND slander comes from within the society) the state of Israel.
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I started Dry Bones in Jan 1973. Since then I've been known as "Bones" to friends and colleagues. This is the first time I've ever shared the "stories behind the cartoons." Enjoy.