הוששענה רבה תשע"ד
The following is a comment on Times of Israel: Christians Fulfilling the Prophecy of Isaiah, and my reply to it. This woman was probably referring to Avraham's blessing, based on Genesis 12:3.
"Those who bless Israel will be blessed; those who curse Israel will be cursed."
Either way, she gets it wrong.
DA: We gentiles are GRATEFUL that part of God's covenant with Abraham included blessing every family of the earth. May there be multitudes who will one day join themselves with Him...Zechariah 2:11
Esser Agaroth (2¢): You are NOT part of Avraham's covenant. You are the inheritors of Esau! He did not inherit the covenant from Yitzhaq (from Avraham); his brother Ya'aqov did. Not only that, but Esau never had a brith* milah! The covenant is not yours, and neither is OUR PROMISED LAND!
*brith = Heb.: covenantmilah = Heb.: circumcision
Your "multitudes" who continue their avodah zarah (foreign/forbidden practices) are not, I repeat, not welcome here.
The pollution stemming from the worship of a false deity/false messiah/intercessor, or whatever you are calling him these days is a curse, not a blessing.
Setting sights on OUR LAND is a curse, not a blessing.
I suppose that you will have to learn this the hard way.
Today, the last day of Sukkoth, Hosha'na Rabbah with be the יום הדין לגוים (Day of Judgment for the Goyim). It is also the day when you are supposed to leave Jerusalem, and allow the Jews to celebrate Shemini Atzereth/Simhath Torah without you.
Of course, when you came for Sukkoth, you never supposed to bring your avoah zarah beliefs and practices with you in the first place.
I guess no one told you those parts.