You answered: "but the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23gentleness and self-control."
Are you asserting that these ARE the fruits of the Holy Land Christians or are you asserting that these ARE NOT the fruits of the Holy Land Christians?
If it is the latter, you've made a mighty accusation against these Christian brothers. Can you support it?
You can (or anybody else) call themselves a Christian. That does not mean you are one. The scripture is right. Christians are known by their fruit, their love for one another, and gradual progression toward Christ’s character.
If you doubt what I say, check out Matthew 7:21-23, then backup and read 7:1-21.
You strike me as someone trying to cause an issue, rather than find the truth.
It’s not ours to judge - it’s Jesus’s sole responsibility