Amariah: Teaching & Guiding in God's Promises
The mission of the organization shall be to teach and promote the spiritual, cultural, social, and communal values of traditional Torah-true Judaism and the Torah from which they come; imparting these values to the American Jewish Community and to the entire United States of America.
That when understood, the high ethical and spiritual values Judaism – the ancient faith of Jewish People, the Land of Israel, and the Kingdom of Judea – teaches, demonstrate the compatibility of Good Nationalism and Capitalism; and that when joined with religion and the belief in God, it can fulfill God’s Promises.
That on these values Americanism is built – the values taught by the Holy City of Zion in the shaping of Western Culture.
This Week’s Torah
The Torah tells us: “On six days work may be done, but on the seventh day there shall be a Shabbos of complete rest, a sacred occasion. You shall do no work; it shall be a Shabbos of the LORD throughout your settlements.” -Leviticus (23:3)
We see from the verse the importance of finding a balance between work and the servitude of the Lord.
The Holy City. Where God rests his presence. The city
that taught us that all comes from Him. That the
Torah is where we find answers to all our questions.
That private property may be defended. That
nationalism is righteous. That Torah-true ethics
and morality must play a role in all that we do.
And that if we keep our covenant with Him,
He will keep His covenant with us.
Athens. Rome. London.
These 3 cities led to the creation of the greatest
experiment of government the world has ever known.
Athens gave us Social Order. It started Western
Civilization based on ethics. Rome gave us the
Republic. With it’s separations of powers and balance
of the control of political power. London, with
the Magna Carta, gave us Common Law, under
which all are treated equal.
With over 25 years of combined work,
Amariah has continued the tradition
of its predecessors.
Promoting our Judaic Values throughout
the American Jewish Community,
the entire United States,
as well as in the halls of power.
To teach that by living the
values of the Torah,
God’s Promises are realized.
Who We Are
What They Say About Us
“For a number of years, it’s been my honor to spend time in Israel with Dr. Joe Frager annually to show our support for Israel and for a strong US-Israeli alliance. We have been able to see first hand and report across the world the destructive impact of BDS on jobs for both Jews and Arabs, and we witnessed with our own eyes the restrictions placed on Holy Sites by the Palestinian Authority in direct violation of the Oslo Accords. We have met with the highest government officials from both the US and Israel, and each trip becomes a historic step toward a stronger Israel and a better US/Israel bond.”
“We were thrilled to return to Israel and see places few Americans get to see. So many of the UN bureaucrats and global pundits do not realize the true security threats to the Israeli people or acknowledge the respect given by the government of Israel to people of many faiths. And as Christians, we acknowledge the significance of a strong Israel and a unified Jerusalem. This trip affirmed our passion for Israel!”
“Thank you so much for helping us to tell the real story of Jerusalem. I could not have done it without you. You made it happen, all the way. It was an absolute honor to do.
Onward and upward my brothers!”
“My husband and I want to express how much we enjoyed our recent delegation visit to Jerusalem. We are so grateful for your invitation; we had no idea how wonderful it would be. What made it very special were the other guests, this was truly an intellectually stimulating group. We felt welcome and included, that set the stage for the wonderful sites you prepared for us. The guides were not the usual run of the mill lecturers but truly top notch academicians. We saw places that no normal Holy Land tour includes. The highlight was of course the visit with Prime Minister Netanyahu and US Ambassador David Friedman. We will remember that forever. But several other experiences were also incredible like having an active General explain the Golan Heights to us as if we were his soldiers and then to stand in an archaeological zone that is closed to the public. All I can say is WOW. This experience can not be duplicated at any price, we are truly grateful. Looking forward to joining you again in the future.”
My visit to Israel was one of the most moving and meaningful experiences of my life; it gave me a first-hand perspective of the challenges faced by the people of Israel, and renewed my commitment to fight to end the anti-Semitism faced by the Jewish community in New York City, the United States, and abroad. I thank you for giving me this opportunity to see Israel first hand, and learn about the challenges our greatest ally in the middle east faces.