Friday, February 20, 2009

Ahtur Dr. Khazriel Electrifies the UK

African Communities in London Inspired and Challenged by Recent Leadership Tour of Crowned (Ahtur) Dr. Khazriel Ben Yehuda

Soferet Baht Yehuda

During his recent two-week London Scholarship and Community Networking Tour, Ahtur Dr. Khazriel Ben Yehuda presented his "Servant Leader Extraordinaire/Master Teacher Program" to the British Isles Extension's Community members.

Dr. Khazriel is the Dean of the School of the Prophets Institute of Regenerative Truth at Jerusalem, and also the European Director of the Kingdom of Yah’s affairs in the British Isles.

Ahtur was hosted by the Administrative Task Force whose members also facilitated his access to key Africa Community Groups. The Master Program's concept of ‘Servant Leadership’ was in perfect timing as the issue of ‘leadership’ is currently at the center of local community’s troubling concern.

African Community Leaders in the various vocal spheres of the society, are in ‘leadership cognitive denial’.

Ahtur stated, "The issue, I believe, is accountability in the face of the current loss of control of sections of the youth who are now turning to gangs and now killing and maiming one another. Government reports and youth themselves are blaming parents and non-effective leadership in their lives, absent fathers and a racist, liberal society which is criminalising the youth."

The full course was delivered to the national Sainthood community on the Shabbaht (Saturday) 31st January. During which, they were charged to be prepared to advance into the next phase of spiritual, physical and intellectual growth and development. “The IRT is our New World Class Institute of Higher Learning centered on the concept of ‘Redemptive Intelligence, Regenerative Leadership and Divine Scholarship, required for our direction for the next forty years," Ahtur stated.

Both Dr. Robert Beckford the Black theological professor, broadcaster and community activist and Brother Toyin Agbegtu, a film producer of Yoruba descent and also Community activist at the launch of his recent film, 'Maafa Solutions' at community discussion forums are diminishing the leadership role in the community. When the notion of the Servant-Leader was mooted, it was welcomed as more helpful and useful.

KNN was also present when Ahtur presented at the Marcus Garvey Planning Committee Public Forum on the ‘War in Israel- Palestine and the Palestinian Question’ on 27th January, 2009. This was an anti-Israel and vociferously pro-Palestinian platform as a Pan-African policy position.

Ahtur was a lion in the dragon’s den and addressed some of the most controversial geopolitical questions on the significance of Jerusalem, 'What Africans in the Diaspora’s focus must be', 'the community’s youth in the Israeli Defence Force (IDF)', 'Zionism and the Arab homeland issue' and 'who or what is an Arab', etc.

Presenting opposite an inflammatory Pan African veteran Brother, the atmosphere was charged and went from hostility to bemusement as Ahtur debunked some myths and misguided loyalties.
His mixture of power-point and scholarship lecture style format has caused some major cognitive paradigm shifts. He ended by leaving the audience an assignment, to research ‘who is a Palestinian’ and dialogue with him by e-mail.

KNN recently had feedback on the position of the main organiser and he appears confounded and IS asking for more understanding. The brother is understood to have said, “I have a lot to learn and much to take on board..., especially in relation to yours and the Palestinian issue".


Anonymous said...

Yah Khai!

First of all bloggers must note that the date of the event reported on Crowned Dr. Khazriel' London participation wa 27th Jan 2009 and not 2008. Apologies to readers.

Secondly, I was in the audience when the Crowned Dr. was under the misguided onslaught by the Pro-Palestinian African audience but also drew inquiring intensity in interest from others. The Rasta Activists and Hebraically inclined Scholars were intune and supportive of his position. The anti-Bible, Khemetians were more challenged.

He stayed focussed on his position and actually was engaging using 'Lion and Lamb' spirit and psychology. His roar was knowledge-based and authoritative and his 'bleat' postured in humility and love of his fellow African brothers and sisters and petition to them to support us as we represented them in the region.

Even in the posture of arrogance and egotism by some individuals his Divine Diplomacy gained supremacy.

The next time Ahtur comes to London, his European Regional Terrain; he has to do a briefing to the Saints and Leadership on Divine Diplomacy with specific reference to networking and engaging African -Dispora EXTENDED FAMILY, in public dialogue settings.

I will be the first student. On my next blog, I must share with Kingdom Bloggers and readers Ahtur's first experience with Afro-centric Intellectuals and UK Panafricanists in 1995, Manchester, England. OR shoule I leave you in suspense for th e book onthe History of the British Isles Extension! Blog me and let me know. You can hav a taste.

Soferet Baht Yehuda KNN London

Next to the Black Power Historian Pan-Afiican brother who presented opposite Ahtur; he was the he came over as the 'Scholar/Activist', 'Servant Leader Extraordinnaire' with heart, commonsense, knowledge and applied wisdom' While I learned many great historical facts on the history of the Black-Power Movement and global Pan African Struggles; it was for me with heart and soul!!!

I felt the brother was stuck in a 'time warp of fighting the white man's delusional supremacy.' In war, ideological or millitary, the combatants need to be dynamic and move strategically as the battle advances.

It was as if he was in a nightmare with no real physical combatant; but he was boxing air, doing the Ali shuffle and flailing around to connect with the enemy when he had long been defeated and fled!"

His rhetoric agressive and his position insensitive to our explained position. Clearly he represented a war of rhetoric; while Ahtur spoke to geo-political and sensitive Divine Diplomatic engagement of a search for true global PEACE ON EARTH; engineered from Jerusalem; the earth's spiritual centre. Selah.

Anonymous said...

Shalom KNN audience,

Just a taste of some history on Ahtur's forays into the Pan- African, African-Centered Intellectual den. I bear witness!!
It was I think April 1995, the city Manchester, England and the event international 'Action on Earth' conference.

the presenters were from the African American Intellectual caucus and Pan African scholar/activists from England.

Ahtureem Khazriel and Horahliel we dispatched from Zion to deliver the message of the African Presence in the Holy Land. Firstly, white people were not allowed to attend those events as Pan African Policy. Secondly they are mostly from Khemetian Egyptiology background and hate the Bible and Jews.

The idea of two people presenting in our format of reader and presenter was not familar in that context. So when Ahtur was introduced to speak and Ahtur Horahliel got up as well, thatwas the first quaint perception of the audience.

( Most of this inro will be in the book in the British Isles Extension) as welll as serious historical and sociological information, " nuff jokes ah go-on fi mek oonu laf!"

When the hebrew saluation was given, the audience and fellow presenters grew breath, as a Ahtur launched into his intro- everyting cool down a bit; when her tookout the bible and gave it the Ahtur Horahliel to read Crige factor shot up on the radar; as he was energising his reader with " READ! READ!" the most hliarious piece of behaviour was exercised by a Jamaican Brother....wait for the book too much suspense, the brother jumped up and shouted, " Mek him read fi himself!!!!Him cyan read to Rahtid! Waar mek him ah harass yuh with, Read! Read!" The audience fell out in hysterics. I was restrained butchoking as I had feltr the presence of Yah for first Time.

When Ahtur stated that we wwere the original Black Jews, Dr. John Henry Clarke almost jumped over table, (had lost his sight a the time) Shouting to Ahtur " Fool! Fool Boy! You goin get us killed up in here talking bout we'd Black Jews!" Arms Flailing and all. Balagan brok out and live theatre come on..... the rest is so dramatic but Ahtur kept his cool and helped Ahtur Horahlilel keep his.....
So, with his Divine elevation since then, the Dragon's Den has become home from home for the Extraordinary Leadership Scholar Diplomat ..Ahtur Dr. Khazriel ben Yehuda.
Our Book is a must read when published!
Soferet KNN

Anonymous said...

Yah Khai!
When Ahtur delivered the Class on Extraordinary Leadership to the Saints, her introduced the definition of 'Black' from the Webster's Dictionary with its negatively loaded nouns and adjectives.

We were were appalled at the use of phrases to describe the character of African 'Black' people as part of the definition.

Ahtur stated that if we did not rise to acsension in the new Leadership stature' we will be saying by default that Webster was right.!

The outrage led to a charge for us to do something about the DEFINITION as well as MITIGATING against it by rising to its opposite. I promised to write to Websiters' Dictionary Editors and complain and campaign.

HalleluYah, I did not need to do that. I googled Webster's on line Black definition and saw a Campaign was already on by the 'National Urban Association for Unity and Awareness' for more positive definition of the word 'Black' I signed as the 107th petitioner.

I also researched some positive definitions of Black on the Internet, so Websters racist and fallicious white supremacist bias is telling.

I encourage KNN readers and bloggers to log-on and register for Webster to include the definition suggested by NUAUA. See below!

4) : descendants of highly advanced ancient civilizations in and around Africa such as Nubia. An empire, which, at the height of its power, encompassed both Egypt and the Sudan. African (Black) Pharaohs ruled Egypt, when African workers built pyramids in the Sudan, when African priests worshipped in Thebes and (Black) African princes' dominated the world scene. (5): When referring to a Black person you are referring to a human being that is not dirty, sullen, evil or wicked etc.

5 d: When all colors are mixed together, they make black. Black is the dominant color in the color spectrum.

in addition see my compilation...

you wear black…
You are strong-willed, opinionated and disciplined. You may be too inflexible and too independent. Watch out that these are not defense tactics. You may really lack confidence in yourself and your own ability to handle life efficiently. It may be you have a little way to go to maturity and are using black to cloak yourself while you discover your true identity.
Black represents renunciation – the ultimate surrender or relinquishment – and those who choose to wear black constantly want to renounce everything out of a stubborn protest. Wearing black on certain occasions shows you have control in yourself in order to communicate an authoritative image.
Black is the most misunderstood color. A black tie dinner is very formal and elegant. Women can wear that "must have little black dress" to the black tie dinner. Yet the bad guys wear black hats. Black symbolizes death in some cultures. Native Americans thought black was good because it was the color of soil, which gives life. Saturday's color is black.
Black gemstones symbolize self control and resilience. Black stones have protective energies in the sense that black is the absence of light, and therefore, can be used to create invisibility.
Meaning of ‘In the Black’ Profitable. opposite of in the red.
Use the color black to convey elegance, sophistication, or perhaps a touch of mystery. Dark charcoal gray and very dark brown can sometimes stand in for black.
There are many positive adjectives and nouns relative to the word and significance of the word and colour ‘Black.’ Webster’s dictionary chose to portray negatives. I have signed the petition by the National Urban Association for Unity and Awareness Campaign to Webster’s dictionary for ‘ Positive Definition of Black.’
Yishibah Baht Gavriel..rebuttal to Websters Editorial Team. 24/02/09 khaz/Class
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