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  • Netanyahu says Israel Respects all Religions (not!)

    Netanyahu responds to Trump, says Israel 'respects all religions'

    The Messiah of many Evangelicals, especially Dispensationalists, rebuked Donald Trump's anti-Muslim rhetoric by saying Israel respects all religions. The Israeli government discriminates against Christians in all matters, all but bans Christians from sharing the Gospel, and prohibits Christians (including "messianic Jews") from immigrating to Israel. Israel will not and intents never to take a single Christian or Muslim refugee.

    Trump barely begins to be as intolerant of Muslims as Israel is of Christians (without Christian support, Israel would not exist). The motivation of Netanyahu's comments is merely to encourage the USA to commit suicide.

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    Actually, Israel does respect freedom of religion. There is no State-sponsored discrimination against Christians as you suggest. As for Messianic Jews, these have been prevented from claiming aliya in the past but the situation is under review. From a Jewish standpoint, any Jew claiming Jesus as Messiah would be seen to having abandoned his religion. Therefore, he would not be a Jew and unable to claim aliya.

    When you understand that for over two thousand years, Christian «evangelism» towards the Jews has usually ended in pogroms, you'll be a little more patient with the State of Israel and its dealings with all things Christian.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PermaFrost View Post
      Actually, Israel does respect freedom of religion. There is no State-sponsored discrimination against Christians as you suggest. As for Messianic Jews, these have been prevented from claiming aliya in the past but the situation is under review. From a Jewish standpoint, any Jew claiming Jesus as Messiah would be seen to having abandoned his religion. Therefore, he would not be a Jew and unable to claim aliya.
      Ha. You say there is no Israeli state sponsored discrimination against Christians but in the very next sentence you refer to a major example of Israeli state discrimination against Christians, an example most relevant to the OP. Israel discriminates against Christians in all matters. Under review? LOLOL!!!!

      Regardless of what Dispies believe, Messianic Jews don't exist from a Christian standpoint, either (for the same reason Jews don't believe it). But, isn't that the most pitiful of reasoning to excuse discrimination against Christians on the grounds that Jews don't believe there's a such thing as "Messianic Jews"

      I need to understand what? That because of WWII, I'm suppose to believe absolute nonsense?
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      • #4
        Sorry, you are way too emotional to have a serious discussion on this topic. I'm out.

        PermaFrost
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        • #5
          Originally posted by PermaFrost View Post
          Sorry, you are way too emotional to have a serious discussion on this topic. I'm out.
          That's one excuse to get out of defending the absolute nonsense you've posted in defense of the anti-christian, socialist state of Israel.

          There's another topic around here about a news story of the grossly under-funding of Christian schools by the Israeli government. You say the state of Israel doesn't discriminate against Christians. What were you saying about integrity of presidential candidates? I wish I could pass off your posts as you being "too emotional."
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          • #6
            Accepting world's largest Bahai temple at the mount Carmel
            where Elijah battled with the worshippers of Baal at his time and won
            is quite an accept if regarding this being one believing in the Scriptures.

            To start with Israek respecting all the religions.
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