Abir Warrior Arts
- How did they actually fight in those battles?
- How did they overcome such overwhelming odds?
- How did they defeat the armies of world superpowers who had conquered the entire world?
- What was the Israelites' secret to the art of war?
- Were they simply untrained and lucky farmers?
History of Abir
Abir, as a fighting system of the people of Israel, began with the three patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. Abraham was the son of Terah, the warlord of Nimrod (ruler of the kingdom of Babylon); he had a monotheistic revelation and left Babylon for the land of Cana'an. Abraham taught the fighting system he had learned from his father, Abir-Qesheth, to his son Isaac, who ... read more
About The Aluf Abir
The term "Aluf Abir" refers to the "grandmaster" of the Abir-Qesheth warrior tradition. Yehoshua Avner Sofer Ma'atuf-Doḥ, the current Aluf Abir, began training in the warrior arts at the age of three, under the instruction of his grandfather, the previous Aluf Abir. After the death of his grandfather, Sofer continued to train under the instruction of his father, the Abir Ro'yim. As a part of completing this training... read more
Abir is the combat system of the Judaic, Hebrew-Israelite nation. As one might expect from the children of Israel, Abir is a combat system which is inseparable from, and subordinate to, authentic Torah rulings concerning every action which is taken by its practitioners. The system provides a deep, spiritual expression of faith and commitment to ... read more
We are presently training at Jerusalem.
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Mailing address for Beit Abir, Israel and World Abir® Associations is:
* Beit Abir, P.O. Box 8049, Jerusalem 90180, Israel
Aluph Abir, Mori Yehoshua Sofer email: email@example.com
The Israel Abir/Qesheth Warrior Arts Association e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org