Overlooking the Mountains of Jerusalem

Overlooking the mountains of Jerusalem I see the dawn of a new day.

Overlooking the roads of the Judean Hills I see the blood soaked land, with the blood of the Youth of 1948, the Palmach Warriors, who were barely older than teens, invigorated with new hope.

Overlooking the corridors of Har Zion, the Holy Mount, my Father and his noble 21 heroes conquered, I see the Tomb of King David renewed in joyous song in praise of the Al-Mighty.

Overlooking the Western Wall, the Kotel, the Eternal wall of the Holy Temple built with the loving donations and tears of Jewish poor women and men, I see an opening, a new Gate to the Throne of Hashem.

Overlooking today I see tomorrow, a new day of Justice, awakened and Truth, unbridled.

Overlooking Jerusalem I see all the sons and daughters of Abraham offering Peace and Thanksgiving offerings acknowledging: Isaac’ Rights, and Hashem’s image imprinted upon each.

Overlooking Jerusalem I see the content of character reign over the falsehood of color and false narratives.

Overlooking Jerusalem I see the coming of the L-rd, Hashem to bring harmony to a harmony-less world.

Overlooking the Mountains of Jerusalem I see JERUSALEM, THE CITY OF ETERNAL PEACE AND LOVE!


About the Author
Rabbi Avi Schwartz, is the son of the Palmach Legend, Motke Eish HaGarzen, Motke the Axeman. His Father was the commander that led the 21 Palmach Warriors who conquered Har Tzion ( Mount Zion), King David's Tomb in 1948, rescuing 1,700 Jewish men, women and children from the onslaught in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City. Rabbi Schwartz is both a Black Hat Rabbi and Zionist activist. A filmmaker and writer, with works in Netflix, he is also the creator of the first apps against BDS: Fight BDS and BDS Myth Busters (BDS Myth Busters is sponsored by the Hollywood icon and anti-BDS activist Roseanne Barr. Rabbi Schwartz is the VP of Digital Marketing and Director of Energycite, a breakthrough technology in energy conservation. He also is the founder of Torah Teen Palmach Center, training teens to be future leaders in the tradition of the Palmach.
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