Palestinian churches and mosques routinely and deliberately burned by good and devout Jews


CHRISTIANITY ISLAM

One of the most notable of the church burnings in recent years was that at the “Church of the Multiplication”, located on the shores of the Sea of Galilee at the spot where Jesus of Nazareth was reported to have fed 5,000 people through the “multiplication” of just five loaves and two fishes.

That June 2015 attack left a Catholic monk hospitalized and caused nearly $1.8 million in damage.

Among the Israelis suspected of taking part in that arson attack were Meir Kahaneh’s grandson Meir Ettinger and Ben-Zi Gopstein [note – the same Gopstein who, quoting Moses Maimonides, reminded us all of the religious obligation for jews to destroy all churches]. CONTINUE READING

3 Comments

Israel bans Gaza Christians from going to Jerusalem, Bethlehem for Easter


jesus christ

HAARETZ – The Christian world will be celebrating Easter this week and next. In the Eastern Orthodox Church, this holiday, which symbolizes the resurrection of Jesus, is considered the principal festival, as opposed to Western (Catholic and Protestant) Christianity, which places more emphasis on Christmas in December.

According to the calendar of Western Christianity, Easter will begin this coming Sunday, April 21, and will last for two days, but the religious ceremonies began already this past Sunday, Palm Sunday, when the entry of Jesus to Jerusalem is celebrated.

In the Eastern Orthodox communities the holiday will be celebrated a week later, on April 28. On this holiday Eastern Orthodox Christians from all over the world customarily visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, mainly for the Holy Fire ceremony, and to participate in masses and ceremonies that last for several days.

Christians from the Gaza Strip used to receive a permit to visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre and to participate in the ceremonies, but this year only 200 Christians over the age of 55 are being allowed to leave the Strip for the holiday – and only to Jordan, via the Allenby border crossing.

Read the rest of this entry »

Leave a comment

NOTRE DAME DE PARIS AND THE JEWS: As Israel Enters The Final Phase Of ‘Redemption’, Jews Must Not Shed A Tear Over Notre Dame And King Saint Louis Was An Anti-Semite


Image result for KING ST LOUIS

King Saint Louis (Louis IX)

ISRAEL NATIONAL NEWS – “We have entered the final phase of the redemption of Israel and of all humanity and it is truly regrettable to see some of our Jewish brothers saddened by this fire when this building represents in all its strength the exile of Israel and the will to replace us. (…)

France is in state of shock, the Christian world is outraged while Jews have nothing to mourn.

And by way of comparison, was the world shocked when on Kristallnacht November 9-10-1938, 1000 synagogues  were destroyed in flames by Nazi Germany, beginning of the annihilation of the Jews of Europe?”

Read the rest of this entry »

3 Comments

Israeli Rabbi: “Christianity Is Our Number 1 Enemy; Burning Of Notre Dame De Paris is “divine retribution”


judaism

TIMES OF ISRAEL – A prominent religious-Zionist rabbi known for his extremist views suggested on Wednesday that the fire that gutted the famed Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris earlier this week may have been divine retribution for the mass-burning of Talmud volumes by French Catholic priests in the city eight centuries earlier.

Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, the rabbi of the Beit El settlement and head of the Ateret Yerushalayim yeshiva, said that Jews should not commit arson against churches, but also that there was no duty to be saddened by the fire, which gutted the famed 12th-century cathedral.

Read the rest of this entry »

2 Comments

Yet Another Rabbi Condones The Burning Of Christian Churches


Jesus Christianity Jews

“Today, after the fire in Notre Dame Cathedral, Aviner was asked the following question: 

“The great Christian Church in Paris is on fire. Should we feel sorry for that, or should we rejoice, as it [the cathedral] is idolatry, which is a mitzvah to burn?” 

The questioner is here referring to the Halachic ruling that churches are considered idolatry, and should be destroyed.” 

Read the rest of this entry »

2 Comments

From Notre Dame de Paris to Prague, Europe’s anti-Semitism is literally carved in stone


Ecclesia et synagoga

Left: Ecclesia; right: Sinagoga

JTA – Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris is among the most visited sites on the planet and a splendid example of Gothic architecture. Each year, millions flock to admire and photograph its flying buttresses and statuary, yet few take any real notice of two prominent female statues on either side of the main entrance.

The one on the left is dressed in fine clothing and bathed in light, while the one on the right is disheveled, with a large snake draped over her eyes like a blindfold.

The statues, known as Ecclesia and Sinagoga, respectively, and generally found in juxtaposition, are a common motif in medieval art and represent the Christian theological concept known as supercessionism, whereby the Church is triumphant and the Synagogue defeated.

Read the rest of this entry »

2 Comments

Lawsuit Seeks Answers on The Five ‘Dancing Israelis’ Arrested on 9/11


911

ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS FOR 9/11 TRUTH – They were among the few individuals we know of to be arrested on 9/11. Five men were pulled over in a white Chevrolet van and taken into custody on the afternoon of September 11, 2001, after they were seen celebrating the World Trade Center attacks from a parking lot across the Hudson River in New Jersey.

The men were held for 71 days, according to ABC News, before they were deported to their home country of Israel without being charged. Much of the findings of the FBI’s investigation were redacted and have yet to be released to the public. 

Though the story received considerable news coverage, neither the FBI nor the U.S. Department of Justice has ever adequately explained to the public why the five men were released without any criminal charges being filed. CONTINUE READING

1 Comment