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Topic: Prayer Alert Jerusalem Under Attack

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Subject: Prayer Alert Jerusalem Under Attack
Date Posted: 08/31/2016 at 11:22am

Prayer Alert

Jerusalem Under Attack

Shalom to all the saints in the nations. Many of you on this list (Word From Yerushalaim) were engaged in prayer in June/July regarding the demonic Tomorrowland event that took place in Jerusalem. And as a result of concerted intercession the event in many ways was a great failure in Jerusalem even though hundreds of thousands participated in other nations.

In this "Prayer alert", I want to make known another assault that is planned and aimed at Jerusalem for this September 2016. The name of this three week event is Mekudeshet (מקודשת) which in English means “betrothed,” but the English title means “Sentenced to Marriage but the truth is that this event nothing to do with being sacred marrage in a biblical sense. This is not only a much larger event that is scheduled for September 4 to September 23rd but will take place in various places in Jerusalem. The executive director of this event has gone as far to say that "holiness is the source of divisiveness, exclusion, and hatred;". The central theme of this three week even is to bring the three monolithic religions together, to stand as one. Apparently the Pope is a part of this wicked alignment, and that is no surprise to many of us at all.

During this event there will be a house of prayer. But unto which God(s)

the theme up front of the truth

And now, after five years of exploring and deepening our understanding of Jerusalem’s manifold layers, we understand that after all is said and done the essence of Jerusalem is contained within the Hebrew root for the words sacred and holy. It is from holiness that faith, hope, and the aspiration for tikkun olam (the concept of repairing the world) derive; holiness is the source of divisiveness, exclusion, and hatred; holiness is both the spring from which all the good of Jerusalem bursts forth and the foundation stone of all that is bad.

And now, after five years of dancing around the starting point, we feel ready and mature enough to reach into Jerusalem’s heart of hearts and propose a more expansive and profound interpretation of the words holy, sanctification, and sacredness.

All of our artistic performances will make a modest attempt—with the greatest respect for everything that came before—to propose a new way of viewing the city’s holiness; as a place that can both include and exclude every one of us simultaneously; as a place that allows us and even forces us out of our comfort zone and compels us to pursue what we consider sacred.

In response to what Jerusalem, the country, and we too have endured, we have decided to channel everything into one intensive three-week festival named Mekudeshet which draws its inspiration from reality, the people in Jerusalem and the fascinating processes that happen in and around it. The festival converts reality into meticulously crafted artworks that expand the mind, and tries, in all modesty, to impact it and highlight the beauty and good that resonate from Jerusalem and to create reality through art.

All of the artistic creations in Mekudeshet 2016 derive from Jerusalem or flow back into it. They explore and question everything that Jerusalem holds sacred. They feed off and into its complex reality. They rethink and examine conventional paradigms associated with the city. Release the sounds and harmonies that emanate from Jerusalem. And this year, will challenge accepted notions of what constitutes art and creativity while forcing us to stop for a moment to reexamine ourselves.

We will try during the three weeks of Mekudeshet—or actually at any given moment— to go back to the source, to the spring, to the core, and to the heart, and to call on anyone who believes—no matter what they believe in—to come to Jerusalem. Come and find yourselves. Come in peace.

Artistic Director: Itay Mautner
Executive Director: Naomi Bloch Fortis

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