Jewish Honorary Guides of Humanity

Here are some of the Jews who are working for the progress of Humankind and therefore fulfilling their mission of Chosen People. JEWS for RAEL is dedicated to seek and support these bright sons and daughters of Israel since they carry the only hope to save the Jewish people from its dislocation. The Messiach Rael has already honored with the title of Honorary Guides of Humanity the following great figures of contemporary Judaism:

Natan Blanc was awarded the title of Honorary Guide of Mankind by Rael Maitreya on
July, 30th, 2014 (68AH), because “this young Israeli” is “ready to go to jail for the 8th time for refusing to serve in the Israeli army of occupation and genocide”.

Eran Elhaik was awarded the title of Honorary Guide of Mankind on July 6, 2013 (67aH) by Maitreya Rael for his controversial genetic study supporting that Ashkenazi Jews came from Khazaria, not Palestine. He is challenging other geneticists holding that Jews are genetically more similar to each other than to their non-Jewish neighbors, and also challenging that they have a shared Middle Eastern ancestry.

Miko Peled was nominated Honorary Guide on August 7, 2012 ( 66 aH ) by Maitreya Rael for his work on speaking out about the idea of transforming the Israeli's apartheid system into a secular democracy by tearing down the separation wall, and allowing Israelis and Palestinians to live as equal citizens. He is best known for his book, The General's Son and lives in California, USA.

Ronny Edry and Michal Tamir, March 7, 2012 (66 aH), for the launching “we love Iran” on internet

Yoram Kaniuk was nominated Honorary Guide on October 28, 2011 (66 aH) by Maitreya Rael for his commendable actions of publicly and loudly apostatizing from Judaism and inspiring others to follow. He is a writer of books translated in 25 languages, painter and journalist, living in Tel Aviv, Israel, and married to a Christian woman. His religion status is now “no religion”, like his children, even if considered a Jew by nationality.

Mordechai Vanunu, Honorary Guide since May 21, 2011 (65 aH) in recognition of his 25-year struggle for a nuclear-free Middle East.

Gerald Kaufman, Honorary Guide since March 31, 2011 (65 aH) for his views on Israel's treatment of Palestinians.

Norman Finkelstein, Honorary Guide since March 7, 2011 (65 aH) for his sharp and well argued criticism against the State of Israel as well as Israel's treatment of the Palestinian people.

Ilan Pappe: Honorary Guide since February 26, 2011 (65 aH) for his vision for justice and his declaration regarding the current leaders of Israel as criminals for the many terrible acts against the Palestinian people.

Yoav Shamir: Honorary Guide since September 30, 2010 for his controversial viewpoint of Israeli political policies in his documentaries ‘‘Check Point’’ and ‘‘Defamation.

Georges Soros: Honorary Guide since September 8, 2010 for his actions to promote and defend human rights. As a billionaire, he is well known for his work in currency speculation and philanthropic activities.

Tsvi Misinai, a renowned pioneer of the Israeli software industry was made honorary guide on August 6th 2009(64dH) for his powerful actions to prove that Palestinians are Jews converted to Islam.

Gilad Atzmon: On March 22, 2009 this Israeli-born British jazz musician and anti-Zionist author and activist was made Honorary Guide after Rael read his essay “War on Terror Within: The End of Jewish History”.

Noam Chomsky: On September 30, 2008, this American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, political activist, author, and lecturer, was made an Honorary Guide for his
commendable actions aimed at understanding and peace.

Daniel Barenboim: The renowned conductor and pianist, an Israeli citizen, was made Honorary Guide January 17, 2008, for promoting peace in the Middle East and championing Palestinian rights.

Eyal Sivan: Awarded the title of Honorary Guide on Feb. 20, 2007, Sivan directed “Route 181: Fragments of a Journey in Israel-Palestine,” a film in which he portrayed the divide of the physical landscape and that of the humans who inhabit it. He especially emphasized the deep racial hatred Israelis harbor toward Palestinians.

Tali Fahima: This Israeli peace activist served two-thirds of a three-year prison sentence for helping a Palestinian militant. “I was brought up to consider Arabs as something that shouldn’t be here,” she told Ha’ir, a Tel Aviv weekly paper. “One day I understood there were many gaps in my information, things that are not in the media. I realized that it’s about human beings, and that we have to take responsibility for the way their lives look.” Rael made her an Honorary Guide on January 4, 2007.

Michael Berg: Rael named him Honorary Guide on June 9, 2006, for his admirable reaction to Abu Musab al-Zarqawi’s execution by the American army. Although his son had been beheaded by this man, Berg took a stand against revenge, saying every act of violence leads to more violence in a never-ending, vicious circle of death. Berg practices the absolute non-violence advocated by Ghandi – the only value that can save the world.

William Blum: American author (child of Polish Jewish immigrants) and U.S. policy critic Blum has written several books, including “Rogue State: A Guide to the World’s Only Superpower,” which became a bestseller after Osama Bin Laden said in a video message that all Americans should read it. A former State Department employee, Blum started his activist career in 1969 when he exposed the names and addresses of 212 CIA officials, and he has since authored a number of books and worked to expose government corruption. For these efforts, Rael named him Honorary Guide on Jan. 25, 2006.