Thursday, May 8, 2014

Israel:Anti-Christian Graffiti & "Price Tag" attacks rise before Papal visit

Ah, the delusional Israelis..... beliefs of 'god given land' and 'choseness' will always lead to a kind of twisted sense of entitlement.  How many stories have I read, over the years, about the rabid haters in Israel and their innumerable crimes against Palestinians?-  Both Christians and Muslim? Attacks on sites important to Christians? Quite a few over the years. But only on occasion does one of those news articles trickle in the consciousness of the western media audience. Israeli media does cover the crimes of it's own citizens. But they lay blame on the 'ultra-nationalists' in Israel. The problem doesn't just lie with the ultra-nationalists. It lies with the entire Israeli society and begins at the heart of it's government. A government that has propagated a mythology to justify years of horrific abuse to be visited upon other people. Other belief systems. The eternal victimhood that always has to 'fend' off some potential persecution. Fear has created irrationality. Irrationality run amok creates a disturbed society.
-Note to all the zionist christians that support Israel unquestionably- The chosen ones do not support you back- OK?

Anti-Christian Graffiti right before the Papal visit
The Roman Catholic Church in Jerusalem, preparing for a papal visit later this month, has expressed alarm over threats to Christians scrawled by suspected Jewish extremists on church property in the Holy Land.
In an incident on Monday, "Death to Arabs and Christians and all those who hate Israel" was daubed in Hebrew on an outer column of the Office of the Assembly of Bishops at the Notre Dame Center in East Jerusalem.

"The wave of fanaticism and intimation against Christians continues," the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem posted on its website, referring to so-called "price tag" incidents.
"Mere coincidence?""The Notre Dame Center is property of the Holy See and this provocation comes two weeks before Pope Francis' visit to the Holy Land and Jerusalem." the patriarchate statement asked.  
In recent years, "price tag" attacks have targeted mosques, Palestinian homes and Christian monasteries in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, areas Israel captured in a 1967 war and Palestinians seek as part of a future state. 
"Price tagging" - a reference by ultranationalist Jews to making the government "pay" for any curbs on Jewish settlement on Palestinian land - has also occurred in Israeli military installations in the West Bank and Arab villages in Israel. 
Pope Francis is due to tour the Holy Land from May 24 to 26, visiting Jordan, the West Bank and Jerusalem, where he will meet Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, spiritual leader of the world's Orthodox Christians.

The pontiff, who like his predecessors John Paul and Benedict has friendly ties with Jewish religious leaders, is due to meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Notre Dame Center, located just outside the walls of the old city.


PRICE TAG "TERRORISM"

Defence Minister Moshe Yaalon has described "price tag" attacks as terrorism and pledged to step up efforts to curb them.
The bishops' statement said they "are very concerned about the lack of security" for Christian property and what they called the "lack of responsiveness from the political sector" after earlier attacks. They feared "an escalation of violence".
The frequency of "price tag" attacks - 14 have been reported this year - has risen sharply over the past month since the Israeli military demolished structures in a West Bank settlement built without government authorisation. 
Internal Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch and Justice Minister Tzipi Livni said on Wednesday they would ask the cabinet to classify groups behind "price tag" attacks as terrorist organisations, opening the way for the possible use of detention without trial against members.
Despite dozens of arrests over the past year of suspected "price-taggers", there have been few convictions. Police say there are only a few score culprits, many known by name, but about half of them are minors to whom courts show leniency.
The patriarchate said that the heads of churches in the Holy Land are preparing "a series of actions aimed at informing local and international public opinion, and to make the authorities and law officials aware of their responsibilities".

Anti-Christian Graffiti-- Catholic Church demands action

As Mick Jagger would sing "I can't get no satisfaction" And there will be no action.
"Revenge" sprayed on Christian cemetery in Jaffa



No mention of these hate crimes by NBCCNNMSNBCABCCBCBBC or any of the either alphabet soup news outlets?! - Don't they feel the billions served by the Catholic Church would be interested?

Have no fear, as stated, this is how Israel likes to keep things going- So nothing will be done- Nothing at all.
Keeping the hate going serves every Israeli leader just fine.

The former head of Israel's Shin Bet security agency says its current leader does not take seriously recent vandalism by ultranationalist Jews of Palestinian and Arab Israeli property.
Nor does the security agency take serious the vandalism of Christian property.

19 comments:

  1. Isn't it non coincidental that the Islamic mercs and Israelis have so much in common?
    Both hate christians
    Both hate moderate muslims

    Israel supports the most fanatical Islamic fighters
    And Israel is full of very fanatical people
    As you sow, so shall you reap.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Roza Kazan ‏@rozakazancctv 6h
    People's Defense of Donbas: We don't see Gubarev's release as any goodwill gesture on part of the govt in Kiev.
    Expand Reply Retweet Favorite More
    Roza Kazan ‏@rozakazancctv 6h
    People’s Defense of Donbass: Pavel Guabrev remains in Slavyansk. We don’t expect him to be able to travel to #Donetsk easily.
    ==============
    Crimea&East @IndependentKrym 7h
    locals in Kherson kept reopening gates so Junta now building barrier to stop water to Crimea. http://www.1tv.ru/news/social/258190 … pic.twitter.com/UhJirVtsx2

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. thanks brian
      more crimes against humanity in the making
      like the slaughter in Odessa
      btw? Where is the bogus HRW?
      The despicable Amnesty International?
      Aren't there NATO ties speaking loud and clear?
      I would say so

      Delete
    2. After the arrival of Jesus, the philosophers or "ethical innovative", had to
      compare with him. For some was ally, for others neutral and for other an
      insurmountable obstacle. History testifies that the harshest competitors didn't
      have the hoped fortunes, but they picked up the blame of the posterity that
      from their ambitions inherited only ruin. They built the own life purpose by
      discrediting Jesus and contributing to the worse anti-Semitism. For Hebrews
      their death began a suffering path long two millennium and the Marxism, guilty
      to have tried "to kill him" conceptually, has been also theirs worse
      promoter of image. The "guru" Korean Sun Myung Moon, is their
      emulator of the twentieth century, stretched out in the attempt to rise as
      fulcrum of history in age sprinkled of hopes and disappointments and anxious of
      new myths! In this book you found analysis and evaluations on characters that
      even though lived in very distant historical moments, are similar in purpose
      and in the immoderate ambition to replace the Christ.

      http://millennialantichristianity.blogspot.it/

      Delete
  3. If more people studied comparative religion, Bible criticism and mythology they would realize that the Bible is not the word of god, and there is no reason to fight over myths.

    Some Reasons Why Humanists Reject The Bible

    Humanists reject the claim that the Bible is the word of God. They are convinced the book was written solely by humans in an ignorant, superstitious, and cruel age. They believe that because the writers of the Bible lived in an unenlightened era, the book contains many errors and harmful teachings.

    Continues:

    http://americanhumanist.org/humanism/Some_Reasons_Why_Humanists_Reject_the_Bible

    Why the Bible cannot be the Word of God

    Apologists, both Jewish and Christian, claim that the Holy Spirit inspired men to write down God's words. The Holy Spirit cannot contradict itself if it is real, for God does not contradict himself.

    The problem? The Holy Spirit contradicts itself in numerous passages in both the Old and New Testaments.
    ...
    Millions of Jews, Christians and Moslems today are blissfully _unaware_ of all of the above as they with religious zeal slaughter each other for "God and Country."

    This esoteric knowledge is known only by a few scholars who quietly publish their findings in professional journals away from the public eye so as to not antagonize and upset the faithful and thus avoid being subjected to the indignant wrath of defenders of the faith (Jewish, Christian and Moslem Apologists) who, in the past, have resorted to public ridicule, harrassment and threats of those who would dare suggest their God, Yahweh, Christ, or Allah, is a recast of earlier Mesopotamian gods and goddesses.

    Read the rest:

    http://www.bibleorigins.net/MoabiteBloodMessiah.html

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. thank you no more myths :)

      Delete
    2. @The problem? The Holy Spirit contradicts itself in numerous passages in both the Old and New Testaments.

      The real problem is the:

      "(Mis)Reading the Bible as a Novel

      Most people are not "genre" conscious when they read texts. Most readers of the Bible only have experience with linear narrative literature, primarily the genre of the novel, generically speaking. Most readers expect narratives (especially books with narrative) to have a definite introduction and beginning where characters and themes are introduced, a definite main body to the text where those characters and themes are
      developed and some major crisis is described, and a definite end where the crisis is resolved and the characters and themes have been provided a meaningful conclusion. To uninformed readers, the Bible seems to fit this literary pattern perfectly and since the Bible is such a large book, few take the time to verify. One can open to the beginning of the Bible and, indeed, the Book of Genesis appears to introduce the key themes and characters of the Bible.
      Since most readers do not take the time to read the body of the Bible they just skip to the last chapter of the novel, which in Christian Bibles is the Book of Revelation. And just as expected for a proper conclusion to a novel, in the Book of Revelation there seems to be a lot of talk of the last days and the end of times when God will solve all the problems for the characters introduced in Genesis (or the descendents or
      disciples of the characters introduced in Genesis). That sounds like a thrilling novel. No need to read all the boring stuff in the middle; just skip to the end to see how everything plays out. But this interpretive approach is wrong. Interpreting the Bible according to a novelistic literary format, though perhaps innocuous in some individual circumstances, is erroneous. When large or influential groups in society apply this novelistic literary interpretive approach to the Bible, and then couple that reading with an apocalyptic mindset, the ability to appropriately make judicious choices and take judicious actions in the Middle East can be seriously
      hampered (even if choices or actions are required)". ( from "Ancient Israelite Zion Theology, Judeo-Christian Apocalypticism,
      And Biblical (Mis) Interpretation: Potential Implications for the
      Stability of the Modern Middle East", by Taylor Halverson
      taylor_halverson@byu.edu)

      Delete
    3. I was raised as a Christian, but the more I read the Bible the more contradictions I found. I started studying Bible criticism and discovered that there is a huge corpus of literature on the subject that has been generally suppressed and/or ignored, and the evidence provided by those critics shows that the Bible is not inspired by some omniscient god, but is the work of men with various and sometimes rival religious/political interests. The problem is that the Bible has been promoted as the word of god, and has been used to empower and enrich priests and rulers and to justify the repression, torture, murder, confiscation of property, imprisonment, etc. of heretics, pagans and infidels.

      Delete
    4. Exodus: Israelites’ Enduring Deception
      By Dr. Ashraf Ezzat

      Excerpts:

      Once again I will talk about the Israelite stories. … Why? Because those stories are still alive and being told over and over again. Those stories have the same effect they had thousands of years ago when they were first told.

      Their seemingly perpetual impact is not because they surpass the Shakespearean genius but because the Israelites claimed their stories were written down with a pen immersed with divine revelation- their own divine god of course.

      Those stories, without the divine dye splashed all over it, are but a bunch of myths copycatted from other ancient Near Eastern culture and mythology.
      ...
      The Israelite stories are so dangerous because they were not meant to be accepted like folklore tales but rather embraced as beliefs and deeds of divine wonder and intervention.
      ...
      That old book of stories is dirty politics in disguise.

      Read the rest:

      http://ashraf62.wordpress.com/2014/05/09/exodus-israelites-enduring-deception/

      Delete
  4. The dirty, rotten, scumbags she says but would like to say much worse.
    remember, Im a woman of the street, not of the college ;^)

    Another bit of israel info came out today
    Syria
    Golan Heights
    iIsrael Assassinates Syrian General of Intelligence

    Hearst arse that he was, had a policy of not capitalizing things/ orgs etc he did not like to demean them.
    I never, ever, capitalize israel the non-state, non race.
    Not the only one I do that with, but definately the one I do it the most with.
    I even change it in News article titles ;^) My own personal campaign to stick it to them whenver and however I can.

    k

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I did not know israel had done that!
      thanks karin

      Delete
  5. PROsemitism, what is it? If there is an "antisemitism" you must ask: "What is PROsemitism?" PROsemitism must be a supporter of "semitism", which really means Judaism (even though most Moslems are SEMITIC). So what are you supporting if you are a PROsemite?

    Well first of all we must define Judaism:
    Judaism is neither a race or a religion, it is Xenophobic Tribalism.
    XENOPHOBIC: n.
    A person unduly fearful or contemptuous of that which is foreign, especially of strangers or foreign peoples.
    TRIBALISM: n.
    1. The organization, culture, or beliefs of a tribe.
    2. A strong feeling of identity with and loyalty to one's tribe or group.
    According to the SPLC & ADL an organization is a "HATE GROUP" if it has
    "beliefs or practices that attack or malign an entire class of people".So right off the get-go you hate all NON-Jews, NON-members of YOUR group(TRIBE).
    THAT means, that if I am not one of the TRIBE, you do not like me.
    Since Jews BRAND all NON-Jews "gentile" and automatically denigrate them, to be PROsemitic one must by definition be ANTI-GENTILE.
    They hate all NON-Jews so fundamentally, that they have to SPECIFICALLY name "RIGHTEOUS GENTILES".
    Those are NON-Jewish HUMANS that went so far out of their way to help/save Jews that the Jews were FORCED to ACKNOWLEDGE the humanity of that specific 'gentile". You see, PROsemites do not acknowledge the equality of spirituality and humanity of "gentiles"

    Israeli Deputy Minister for Religious Affairs, Rabbi Eli Ben Dahan, from the settler party Habayit Hayehudi (Jewish Home) gave an interview [Heb] to the Israeli daily Ma’ariv 12/30/2013 on his party’s stance against gay marriage.
    Here’s a snippet from the interview. Remember, this man is a high ranking government official in the only "democracy" in the Middle East.
    Q: What will you do if the Knesset votes on a bill legalizing gay marriage?

    A: No way. Also, a Jew cannot marry a gentile.

    Q: Is that the same thing?

    A: We don’t recognize either of them. And anyway, a Jew always has a much higher soul than a gentile, even if he’s gay.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The "Israelites" or "Jews" are not and never were some special, unique race chosen by the bloodthirsty imaginary god which they created in their own image, but are and always have been a mixture of semitic and non-semitic people, and the majority of today's "Jews" have little or no semitic blood. What sets them apart is their hateful exclusionary supremacist agitprop.

      Delete
    2. The 'only democracy in the middle east' that always makes me laugh and laugh

      Delete
    3. What is Judaism?
      It is always good to use words in their primary meaning. So, let's explore in a more academically way the meaning of the word:

      "There is no more basic category in the study of ancient Judaea than “Judaism.” It seems obvious: what defined Jews in antiquity, as now, was Judaism. Since there was a Greek word, Ioudaismos, which looks exactly like “Judaism,” some scholars have suggested that the Jews were unique in embracing an –ism, a total system of practice and belief. However that may be, scholars use the term without reservation, debating mainly whether we should speak of early, middle, or (surely not) late, rabbinic, Palestinian, normative, common, or sectarian Judaism. And should it be Judaism or Judaisms?
      But there is a problem. A survey of the 9,000 or so Greek literary texts available on the Thesaurus Linguae Graecae (www.tlg.uci.edu), which is comprehensive for antiquity and extends well into the Middle Ages, reveals the following. In this vast corpus, the noun Ioudaismos appears 342 times. Of these, all but 5 (i.e., 337) are found in Christian texts, and 331 are Christian and from the third century and later. The pre-third-century Christian writers are Paul (2) and Ignatius of Antioch (4). Of the 5 occurrences in non-Christian Jewish texts, moreover, 4 are in a single work of modest size, only 15 brief chapters: 2 Maccabees (2.21; 8.1; 14.38). The other is from a text derived from this one, 4 Maccabees (4.26). The Latin form Iudaismus appears exclusively in Christian authors from the third century onward, and there is no Hebrew or Aramaic equivalent: the modern term Yahadut was not yet in circulation.

      Let’s pause to take all this in. In spite of the ubiquitous presence of “Judaism” in scholarship and our concern to define its appropriate use .for the first century, it does not appear in non-Christian literature outside of 2 and 4 Maccabees. We do not find it in the many Greek and Latin observers of Judaea and Judaeans, in spite of Menachem Stern’s famous title: Greek and Latin Authors on Jews and Judaism. The word does not appear in the thirty volumes of Josephus, though he is much concerned with explaining Judaea and its culture to outsiders. Nor does it appear in the roughly comparable library of Philo, who writes largely for fellow-Judaeans in Alexandria but also probably for outsiders in some texts. The word is absent from all biblical and post-biblical (e.g., apocryphal and pseudepigraphical) texts, from all in-house and externally focused writing.

      Without going further, we can already say with certainty that Ioudaismos was a significant part of later Christian discourse.

      On the linguistic side, Greek –ismos nouns are deceptive. They do not indicate “isms” in the English sense of ideologies or belief systems (Anglicanism, Buddhism, atheism, Stalinism). Rather, they are the noun forms of actions described by verbs in –iζω, or –ize as we would say. So, the verbs ostrakiζω, Attikiζω, Lakωniζω, exorkiζω, and baptiζω produce corresponding nouns in –ismos, but these do not indicate systems. They are actions, best translated as gerunds: ostracism means ostracizing, Laconism is Spartanizing, and baptism is a sinking or dunking. Moreover, the cultural subgroup of these terms, such as Attikismos, Lakωnismos, and Medismos or Persismos (both = Persianizing), had distinctively negative connotations.

      it appears the Christians invented a system called Judaism, just as they invented paganism. Judaean culture on its own terms—the laws, customs, and traditions emanating from the mother-city of Jerusalem—had been something else altogether". http://www.bibleinterp.com/articles/mason3.shtml(Methods and Categories: Judaism and Gospel, by By Steve Mason, York University,
      August 2009).

      In short Judaism is the same as Zionism. It has nothing to do with "Semitism" which is also a linguistic notion, designing the use of Semitic patterns of speech in Greek, mainly.

      Delete
  6. Did that guy at the start say Kerry was a great friend of "Europe whole and free OF PEACE for years already now" ??? He did!!

    What was that .....a Freudian slip?

    ReplyDelete
  7. A true follower of Christ and a true leader of the Roman Catholic Church would simply exercise the moral authority of the church by endorsing Boycott, Divest, and Sanction. Citizens of all nations should adopt this policy, and ask why the Roman Church has done nothing to protect the lives of Christians in Syria and Palestine.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I agree- but since Pope Francis is never going to do that
      No one should purchase products from israel
      I don't

      Delete
  8. as i have mentioned many times before, the world conflicts taking place today is to get a second khazar state. let's see what the vstican will sign with the zionist, i suspect most of their rights in the "holy land", tax collection, land. i suspect after the 24 the war in Ukraine, Syria will heat up.

    ReplyDelete

TROLLS & SPAM WILL BE DELETED WITHOUT HESITATION
KEEP IT RELEVANT. NO PERSONAL ATTACKS