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To: steve-b

I say B as in B., S as in S.

There is no evidence that GW Bush believes that the Land Of Israel is anything special to his Christian faith.

This is leftist fantasy unrelated to any verified reality.


10 posted on 08/06/2009 9:06:06 AM PDT by jjotto ("Ya could look it up!")
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To: jjotto; steve-b
There is no evidence that GW Bush believes that the Land Of Israel is anything special to his Christian faith.

In fact, when Bush visited Israel, in January 2008, the Sanhedrin, the Temple and the New Jewish Congress gave him the "Bush Scroll", which called President Bush the Chief Prince of Gog and Magog.

http://www.templeinstitute.org/megillat-bush.htm

"Esteemed Mr. George W. Bush, the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal (Ezekiel 38:1), leader of the west!"

..."The Land of Israel was bequeathed to the nation of Israel by the Creator of the world. Neither could I, as a son of my faith, nor the Muslims according to their faith, ever take away even the slightest grain from the Eternal's gift, which He gave to His people Israel, the eternal people. Thus I call upon all the nations to save themselves from certain doom, to return and recognize That this land is the exclusive rightful inheritance of the people of Israel, as is written in the Torah of Israel, which constitutes the very foundation of our faith, as well as that of Islam; and is the basis for the decisions of the community of nations. He who denies this truth endangers all life on earth...."

So...I would assume that many in Israel agree with you.

29 posted on 08/06/2009 10:01:15 AM PDT by pby
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