Skip to comments.Israel and the plight of Mideast Christians
Posted on 03/09/2012 10:51:07 AM PST by Nachum
The church in Bethlehem had survived more than 1,000 years, through wars and conquests, but its future now seemed in jeopardy. Spray-painted all over its ancient stone walls were the Arabic letters for Hamas. The year was 1994 and the city was about to pass from Israeli to Palestinian control. I was meeting with the church's clergy as an Israeli government adviser on inter-religious affairs. They were despondent but too frightened to file a complaint. The same Hamas thugs who had desecrated their sanctuary were liable to take their lives.
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... and Obama and his MB are doing their best to provide safety and security to all the minority groups. Shore am glad Obama will soon have syria and lebanon so Israel is totally encapsulated. All with American dollars!
Imagine, Obama is using the might of America (to further the interests of Allah), .... according to him, for the safety of Israel
This is a travesty. Obama is shockingly anti-Israel, and has promoted the most extreme Muslim factions in the Middle East and around the world. Pres. Bush is also to blame, as much of the systematic destruction of the Christian community in Iraq took place on his watch. The entire region is descending into chaos, preparing the way for a conflagration that will engulf the globe.
If you have a chance to visit Jerusalem leave Bethlehem off your list of must see places.
Israel should invite every Christian in the Middle East to come live in Israel.
Then proceed to rid Gaza and the West Bank of the Palis. Send them back to Jordan, Lebanon and wherever.
Now see what the Christian world does.
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