ISRAEL RELATIONSHIP WITH MALAITA PROVINCE,IN SOLOMON ISLANDS

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Why Malaita island,whats so special about those island people that Israel Government have to choose them.Is there any link of the lost tribes of Israel on the Island?.

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Evidently support for Israel runs deep in the predominantly Christian Malaita people of the Solomon Islands. Many of them believe that "those who bless Israel are themselves blessed," in keeping with the Bible. Some even believe that Israelites originally settled in the islands, thousands of years ago. People wear star of David necklaces on the streets of Auki, and local residents assert that they "believe in Israel."

In particular among the people of North Malaita, a widespread evangelical kind of ethno-theology alludes to the widespread idea that Malaitans are descendants of biblical kings, brought to the Pacific in order to practice a pure worship of YEHOVAH God. Many also believe that the "Lost Temple of Israel" lies hidden at a shrine in the mountainous interior of their island where people used to practice ancestor worship.

The Malaitan Prime Minister says that in his province, "there are two foreign elements that are respected. One is the nation of Israel, and the other is the Queen of England." The Solomon Islands is a constitutional monarchy and a Commonwealth nation -- with Elizabeth II as its head of state.

As a result of newspaper articles in Israel, the Knesset is providing aid and assistance to the people of the Malaita Province.
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John Keyser, thanks for your comments.As a Malaitan from the Eastern region of the Island, I found it hard to believe that Israel is helping Malaita Province because Malaita province supports Israel as a nation through Biblical views.There must be something else in the island that Israel want to get her hands on it before the Arabs get to it first.This is my wild guess.,i believe their must be something that history can reveal one day.
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Hi Eddie

Perhaps you do not fully understand the wonderfully benefical nature of the Father's remnant in Israel?

Chris
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Hi, Chris what do you mean by the Father's remnant in Israel.What is /are the beneficial nature?.Just want to know,please provide explanation and support it with Bible scriptures.Thanks

Edy

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Hi Eddie

Perhaps you do not fully understand the wonderfully benefical nature of the Father's remnant in Israel?

Chris


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They are called Solomon's Islands for a reason:

If you will recall, Solomon partnered with Hiram of Tyre, king of the Zidonans, to build ships and participate in world trade. They reached the west coast of South America which they called Ophir, where the gold refineries can still be seen, by sailing through the Mulloca straits to the Solomon Islands, where they replenished their food and water supplies and left sick sailors to recover on land, planting a seed of Israel in their major port. Remember, this is before the 12 tribes split, so the seed that was planted was still called Israel, and probably consisted of many sailors from the northern 10 tribes as well as a proportional number from Judah and Simeon (remember, Simeon's allotment of land was completely surrounded by Judah, and they are the second of the two tribes, not Levi, which is not counted due to the counting of Joseph' sons Ephraim and Manasseh separately, filling the count of 12).

As part of the dispersion of the northern 10 tribes, the tribe of Judah recognizes the relationship, and pin-points their main port of call as in your province. You and your relatives will be given the opportunity to migrate back to Israel when the remnant of the 10 tribes returns, which, calculating the 1260 days of chastisement from 701 BCE, is open for fulfillment at any time now.

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That's interesting information and that leads me to reveal this discovery in Malaita.  Writings carved into the stone covering a grave of a person known to be the first settler in the Island and from his generations comes Some or Most Tribes in Malaita. I compared the writing with the Hebrew Alphabet and it is so similar. Can anyone translate the meaning to English so that I can able to do more research into Malaita History.,

On Sat, Nov 12, 2016 at 5:44 AM, [hidden email] [via Hope of Israel Forum] <[hidden email]> wrote:
They are called Solomon's Islands for a reason:

If you will recall, Solomon partnered with Hiram of Tyre, king of the Zidonans, to build ships and participate in world trade. They reached the west coast of South America which they called Ophir, where the gold refineries can still be seen, by sailing through the Mulloca straits to the Solomon Islands, where they replenished their food and water supplies and left sick sailors to recover on land, planting a seed of Israel in their major port. Remember, this is before the 12 tribes split, so the seed that was planted was still called Israel, and probably consisted of many sailors from the northern 10 tribes as well as a proportional number from Judah and Simeon (remember, Simeon's allotment of land was completely surrounded by Judah, and they are the second of the two tribes, not Levi, which is not counted due to the counting of Joseph' sons Ephraim and Manasseh separately, filling the count of 12).

As part of the dispersion of the northern 10 tribes, the tribe of Judah recognizes the relationship, and pin-points their main port of call as in your province. You and your relatives will be given the opportunity to migrate back to Israel when the remnant of the 10 tribes returns, which, calculating the 1260 days of chastisement from 701 BCE, is open for fulfillment at any time now.

Welcome home.


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This is the Photo of the writing I referred to>

On Fri, Nov 18, 2016 at 3:27 PM, eddie waneta <[hidden email]> wrote:
That's interesting information and that leads me to reveal this discovery in Malaita.  Writings carved into the stone covering a grave of a person known to be the first settler in the Island and from his generations comes Some or Most Tribes in Malaita. I compared the writing with the Hebrew Alphabet and it is so similar. Can anyone translate the meaning to English so that I can able to do more research into Malaita History.,

On Sat, Nov 12, 2016 at 5:44 AM, [hidden email] [via Hope of Israel Forum] <[hidden email]> wrote:
They are called Solomon's Islands for a reason:

If you will recall, Solomon partnered with Hiram of Tyre, king of the Zidonans, to build ships and participate in world trade. They reached the west coast of South America which they called Ophir, where the gold refineries can still be seen, by sailing through the Mulloca straits to the Solomon Islands, where they replenished their food and water supplies and left sick sailors to recover on land, planting a seed of Israel in their major port. Remember, this is before the 12 tribes split, so the seed that was planted was still called Israel, and probably consisted of many sailors from the northern 10 tribes as well as a proportional number from Judah and Simeon (remember, Simeon's allotment of land was completely surrounded by Judah, and they are the second of the two tribes, not Levi, which is not counted due to the counting of Joseph' sons Ephraim and Manasseh separately, filling the count of 12).

As part of the dispersion of the northern 10 tribes, the tribe of Judah recognizes the relationship, and pin-points their main port of call as in your province. You and your relatives will be given the opportunity to migrate back to Israel when the remnant of the 10 tribes returns, which, calculating the 1260 days of chastisement from 701 BCE, is open for fulfillment at any time now.

Welcome home.


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