Messianic Jews in Israel tweet pics of an unruly Yad L’Achim crowd outside

Looks like Yad L’Achim’s junior recruits are in Tel Aviv this time.

Make no mistake, don’t be deceived that this group are there to defend Jewish beliefs and practices – they are a bunch of bullies in Chassidic clothing.

The last sighting of this group, they were just handing out magazines in Jerusalem when there was Messianic children were around, which legally questionable.    The magazine we covered recently.

yad stalk in tel avivMembers of this group should be reported to the police and there should be a restraining order against them.

Lets get the religious-clad delinquents Yad L’Achim closed down for good, and the staff given a decent honest job in Jewish society.

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Antimissionaries use Facebook to intimidate Messianic Jews in south Bat Yam

Anti-Missionary Activities

Yediot Bat Yam, May 31, 2013 (via Caspari Center)

Residents of south Bat Yam continue to be outraged by the presence of a Messianic Jewish prayer house operating out of the ground floor of a private apartment building. After receiving many complaints, Yad L’Achim decided to investigate and sent Rabbi Meir Tal to check out the apartment. While he was looking around, he found New Testaments on some of the bookshelves inside. The rabbi confronted those who were present, and a verbal confrontation ensued. He then met with Yad L’Achim, and together they launched a campaign on Facebook, which quickly gathered momentum and caused some people to return to the prayer house in an act of protest. They entered the premises and removed what New Testaments they could find, which they later burned on the beach. Eliezer Gal, who belongs to the Messianic prayer house, told the paper, “No one from our group has any problems with other people, whoever they may be. We are a warm and supportive congregation who believe in justice, and we have no desire to confront those who do not share our worldview. This world is open to everyone. We will continue with our activities throughout the city.”

Sadly folks find the very presence of Messianic Jews worshiping in their own building quietly offensive, and Yad L’Achim sending Chassedic self-style religious bullies in to set up a Facebook group to hurt them.  Pray for safety and protection of the believers and the community.

Yad L’Achim on Yaakov Teitel’s jail sentence

What do Yad L’Achim have to say about Teitel’s incarceration?

Antimissionary leader Binyamin Klugger (who comes from a French Catholic background and is a converted Jew) announces this on Facebook:-

kluggers comment on teitel he

kluggers comment on teitel

He puts on a good job to try and show the Yad L’Achim have no part of them, as for comments of his friends and peers, we will leave this for the reader to decide.

See our earlier article:- https://yadlachimwatch.wordpress.com/2012/07/30/tablet-magazines-detailed-background-on-yaakov-teitel/

klugger at 770 in tlv  770 chabad house in tlv

In the mean time Yad L’Achim carry on with harassment and threats at Messianic Jews and Christians, and pretend they are a legitimate religious group providing holy services to Jews in Israel, whilst the the Yad L’Achim go and worship their fake American Moshiach Rebbe, like this mock up of the 770 house, in Kfar Chabad next to Tel Aviv airport.

Yad L’Achim’s only holy work is holy hypocrisy

More hate posters from Yad L’Achim

yl against meno

I’d like to know who does the printing and distribution of this posters as this should be a criminal offense.  Yad L’Achim have printed other hate posters before, some without their name done anonymously.

Posters were put around the city of Ariel before Ami Ortiz was almost killed by Yaakov Teitel who delivered a bomb to his house and cars have been destroyed after posters went up with addresses of people targeted for harassment.

Thanks to Rosh Pina Project blog:- http://roshpinaproject.com/2013/04/02/new-yad-lachim-hate-poster/

Yaakov Teitel finally receives prison sentence

teitel arrested

Breaking news:  suspected murderer and attempted murderer Jack Teitel received 2 life sentences and 30 years extra for murder of two Arabs and attempted murder of Messianic Jewish teen Ami Ortiz.

http://maozblog.com/israel/justice-for-ami-ortiz/#.UWkxWspn6kM

Here’s an earlier article we wrote about Yaakov “Jack” Teitel and his links to Yad L’Achim:- https://yadlachimwatch.wordpress.com/2012/07/30/tablet-magazines-detailed-background-on-yaakov-teitel/

Unlike Palestinian murderers there are no Jewish people celebrating the wicked actions of this man or any streets named after him which is common practice with Islamic terrorism.   We rejoice for justice in Israel this week.  The Ortiz family continue to pray for Teitel’s salvation.

Kiryat Gat Messianic congregation building in arson attack

This week a messianic congregation in Kiryat Gat was burned down deliberately:

http://www.israeltoday.co.il/NewsItem/tabid/178/nid/23628/Default.aspx?ref=newsletter-20130118

We pray that this community will be able to still meet, and they get their equipment replaced in Kiryat Gat.   Make sure you get a good security camera system guys.

This act of criminal damage maliciously aimed at the Messianic Jewish community and strangely didn’t seem to get picked up by the mainstream Israeli media 😦   Sadly this is not the first time that arson has happened on buildings and cars owned by Messianic Jews.

Suspected killer Jack Teitel found guilty

teitel arrestedhttp://maozisraelblog.blogspot.co.il/2013/01/justice-at-last-teitel-convicted.html

Good news for the results of a very long pending trial of this dangerous criminal, Teitel will face bars for attempted murder of messianic teen Ami Ortiz, as well murder of Arabs and sending a bomb to a Israeli professor.

Jack Teitel also known as Yaakov Tytell is an American born religious Jew and confessed to these crimes, but was found not to be mentally ill, he was also a member of Yad L’Achim for 5 years, although deny this here from a statement from the late Rav Dov Lifshitz, a few years ago was the then chairman of Yad L’Achim.