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Congratulations. You and Benny are unable to refute the very real facts indicated in this article and the videos and so you do what all those without substantive points of rebuttal do. You “shoot the messenger." or, in this case, simply attack the article for being dated.
You even go so far as to drag the “Evil One” into the mix. LOL
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I agree with SBFU. This is not real news, and this old dredged up content serves only the Evil One by inflaming hatred in those who watch it. That most Jews regard Jesus like traditional Catholics regard Luther is not a surprise. In other words, as a reprobate and fraud. Yet Catholics are still the "elder brothers" of the Lutherans in faith, because even brothers can sometimes hate each other. This "news brief" is a thinly veiled critique on statements by Cardinal Koch. It would have been … [More]
My traditional priest came back from a trip to the Holy Land this year and intimated in his sermon that Palastinian Christians are treated by the Israelis as second-class citizens and that they might as well be in a prison camp with all the checkpoints the have to pass through in their daily lives, so no this is not "old news." Do all Jews treat Christian Palesitinias in this manner, of course not, but their is an influential Zionist group that weilds great influence with the controlling … [More]
The abuse of Christians and the ridicule of Christianity is a seldom discussed yet an important and an ongoing problem in Israel. However, it would seem that certain individuals are more interested in fault finding or in being contentions rather than actually discussing the facts of a given article.
It [this news story regarding our "Elder Brothers in the Faith] is supposed to be news--full stop--not something dredged up from three years ago.