The Jerusalem Post Says We Need To Take Sunday’s Off To Heal Israel’s Divisions

The Jerusalum Post published an article from a South African Rabi stating that Sundays need to be off for the whole country of Israel. This article, published on December 11th, 2022, went on to say:

Declare Sunday a weekly day off for the country, a proposal that has long been discussed at various times over the last years. The majority of Israelis will support it.”

“As the members of the Knesset begin their term of office and a new government is established, there is a historic opportunity to do something real to heal the divisions within Israeli society. At the same time, they can restore to its pride of place something that is at the very heart of the Jewish people – Shabbat.

“This is a heartfelt plea to the new Knesset to seize a historic opportunity to save Jewish unity and Shabbat, which have tragically been at odds with each other. The bitter fight over whether or not the Jewish state should allow public transport, recreation and sports activities on Shabbat has led to a wider, bitter power struggle between two opposing camps fighting for the victory of their cause.”

“There is a real, practical solution that can ease the bitterness of this conflict: declare Sunday a weekly day off for the country, a proposal that has long been discussed at various times over the last years. The idea is to have a two-and-a-half day weekend from Friday lunchtime to Monday morning. This will free up time and space for sports, recreation and for people to visit family. And sacred time for Shabbat, our divine heritage.”

This proposal, I believe, will be supported by the majority of Israelis. Indeed, a survey I commissioned a few months ago revealed widespread support for a shorter workweek, with 76% in favor of a Sunday weekend. Moreover, 91% are concerned that the tension around state and religion is undermining the unity of Israeli society. Most significantly, 83% of respondents said that making Sunday part of the weekend will reduce these tensions.”

“It’s important to point out that expanding the weekend – and contracting the workweek – is certainly not without global precedent. Indeed, it seems to be a major post-COVID trend, especially among developed nations. We’re seeing a number of countries testing a four-day workweek, and the early results have been very promising as far as the socioeconomic impact is concerned.”

FOR THESE and other reasons, I believe that members of the new Knesset should pass legislation to declare Sunday a day off and, in the same act, officially recognize Shabbat as the national treasure and heritage of the Jewish people. This will give Shabbat the respect it deserves in the public domain as befitting a Jewish state, and grant the people of Israel the time and space of a free Sunday so that they can live their lives to the fullest.”

“Extending the weekend by making Sunday a day off is the answer to making Shabbat a day of unity – not division.”

The whole world is preparing for the inevitable enforcement of the end time Mark of the Beast. And yes, as you can see, even the nation of Israel.

For those who think that the Mark of the Beast is not Sunday Laws because the Jewish people “would never accept” such a thing, this article and many others are proving otherwise.

The Jewish people have cast off Christ and the truth long ago—and till this very day. They will be easily deceived with the rest of the world.

What does the Scripture say on the matter? Does the beast deceive some of the world? 75% of the world? What about 97%? No. All the world.

Revelation 13:3 KJV
“And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.”

1 John 5:19 KJV
“And we know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in wickedness.”


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