November 12 - 20, 2011
Maumelle, Arkansas, USA
Host: Rev. Dr. James A. Brettell
Phone: 501-944-1678
E-mail: drjim@brettell.org



 Contact Dr. Jim to Schedule David Rubin
Phone: 501-944-1678 




TH 10

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FR 11

after 5:07 PM

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SA 12 PM

Dr. Jim (after 5:06 PM)

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SU 13 AM

Agudath Achim (pending)

Little Rock, Arkansas; 501-225-1683

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New Beginning, 1721 Wilson Road, Little Rock, Arkansas

MO 14 PM


Meeting Host: Kevin/Cindy Horton; Maumelle, Arkansas (location to be announced)

TU 15 PM

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WE 16 PM

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Caroline Craven: Texarkana (Pending)

TH 17 PM


FBC, Maumelle, Arkansas; 501-851-3547

FR 18 PM

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SA 19 PM

Dr. Jim (after 5:02 PM) 

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SU 20 AM


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SU 20 PM


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MO 21

Departure Travel



David Rubin is the former Mayor of Shiloh in the Samaria region of Israel and the founder of the Shiloh Israel Children's Fund. He speaks often in public and in the media about the struggle for the biblical heartland of Israel, as well as about his work on behalf of the terror victim children who live here.

His first book was called, God, Israel, and Shiloh (Returning to the Land), about Israel's amazing G-d directed history, with a specific focus on the return to the biblical heartland. The book includes lots of information about the Tabernacle of Shiloh and its symbolism. He has just completed a new book, The Islamic Tsunami (Israel and America in the Age of Obama), which has been getting quite a bit of attention and has become extremely relevant in recent months with the current events in the Middle East. Please take a look at the link below of a recent editorial in the Washington Times:


Each of the two books have their own focus, but both books include his testimony of the terrorist attack in which his then three year old son and were wounded and miraculously survived. From that attack, he has managed to turn darkness into light and bitterness into sweetness through our therapeutic and educational projects for the traumatized children and at the same time we are succeeding in rebuilding the biblical heartland!

He has attached a flier advertising my presentation, as well as an article from Charisma Magazine describing the challenge of terrorism and the religious basis for my work with the children.

David’s presentation includes:

1.   Turmoil in Israel and the Middle East

2.   Israel and America: Biblical Roots and Foundations

3.   Terrorism and Miracles - A Personal Testimony from the Biblical Heartland

4.   The Dual Danger to Judeo-Christian Civilization – Islamic Conquest and Moral Relativism

5.   Israel and America: Facing the Challenge

After he speaks, he will show a 4-5 minute film (which was actually a report on CBN) about the therapy center for children in Shiloh. After the film, an offering is taken for the children's projects. Usually a Q&A follows if time allows. Afterwards, both of his books and CD's of the Shiloh Boys Choir for sale.

David’s main websites:


 David Rubin: Pertinent Information

‏Shiloh Israel Children's Fund
‏Phone - Israel: 02-940-9812
‏Phone - US: 845-738-1522

‏A Brighter Future for the Children of Israel

Washington Times
EDITORIAL: The Islamic tsunami

Author warns that American exceptionalism is threatened

Is an Islamic tidal wave coming? “There is a plan to take over Western civilization,” warns David Rubin, “and we need to recognize it for what it is.” Mr. Rubin is a native New Yorker who served as mayor of the Israeli town of Shiloh. He spoke to The Washington Times about his new book, “The Islamic Tsunami: Israel and America in the Age of Obama” (2010, Shiloh Israel Press).

According to Mr. Rubin, the first wave of the tsunami is Islamic terrorism, which he says is “a strategy intended to intimidate people so they won’t speak out when the second wave hits.” Mr. Rubin has firsthand experience with terrorist violence; he and his 3-year-old son, “Ruby” Rubin, were wounded in a Dec. 18, 2001, terrorist attack in Jerusalem. Afterward, he established the Shiloh Israel Children's Fund dedicated to helping relieve the trauma suffered by child victims of terrorism.

The second and more threatening wave is the creeping takeover of Western political and social institutions, something Mr. Rubin calls the “silent tsunami.” The spearhead of this movement is “collusion between Islamic ideologues and the far left to promote the idea of moral relativism,” he said, “that all values and ideologies are equal. But they are not. Americans have never believed this.”

One dangerous manifestation of this viewpoint is the fashionable intellectual movement to infiltrate Shariah law interpretations into American jurisprudence, something for which there is no need and no precedent and which is antithetical to American norms and traditions. The notion of creating a “Shariah compliant” U.S. Constitution is really a way of ending the American ideal.

Confronting the growing threat to Western civilization first involves admitting the problem exists, something President Obama not only refuses to do but strongly denies. The administration has censored any discussion of the problem in these terms within the government, preferring to focus on ill-defined “violent extremism” when the real extremist threat is only partly violent and wholly Islamicist. Mr. Rubin notes that Mr. Obama’s vaunted outreach effort to the world’s Muslims has been “a total failure in generating respect for the Judeo-Christian world.” The president keeps reaching out, but Islam is not reaching back.

Instead of pandering to Islam in hopes that somehow the threat will go away, Mr. Rubin says the United States needs to rediscover its roots. “The United States is a country built on Biblical foundations,” he said. “The United States needs to cease apologizing for what it is and where it comes from.” That America is a pluralistic nation in which people from many cultures may live, work and flourish doesn’t overshadow the fact that the country was founded on a specific set of ideals that enabled this pluralistic culture to take root. Islamism constitutes a mortal threat to those ideals, just as fascism and communism did for previous generations.

Despite what moral relativists believe, all belief systems are not created equal. A moral defense of the American ideal is possible and increasingly necessary. Mr. Rubin believes Americans “do not have to be ashamed” of the religious basis of the country’s founding. “America is built on freedom of worship, but of a particular religious root,” he says. The United States has to reclaim and defend the civilization on which it is based or risk declining into second-rate status and being overwhelmed by the tsunami steadily building on the horizon.

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Date and Time Last Edited:  08/10/11 03:31 PM