The US protestant Presbyterian Church will soon call on the US to withhold financial and military aid to Israel.
In 2008 the US church leaders of the Presbyterian Church was trying to balance its Middle East policies. The Church created a committee dominated by seven activists holding strong anti-Israel beliefs. The lone member sympathetic to Israel, quit in protest when he saw their radical agenda.
Here’s what we know about their report from a press release leaked by the committee last month:
The report calls for the US to withhold financial and military aid to Israel
The report apologizes to Palestinians for even conceding that Israel has a right to exist
The report declares that Israel, if defined as a Jewish State, must be inherently racist
The report embraces the Kairos Palestine Document, produced by Palestinian Christians, calling for boycott and sanctions against Israel and endorses full Palestinian «right of return» to Israel which would lead to the demise of the Jewish democratic state
The report denies any connection between biblical covenants and the Jewish people. Israel’s history, it claims, begins only with the Holocaust, a nation mistakenly created by Western powers at the expense of the Palestinian people to solve the «Jewish problem».
Adoption of this poisonous document by the Presbyterian Church will be nothing short of a declaration of war on Israel and her supporters. It will be negatively impact interfaith relations, and could have significant repercussions in the political domain, with 46 Members of the US Congress and Senate who are Presbyterians.
And these initiatives, encouraged by the Geneva-based World Council of Churches, will cause a ripple effect on other denominations.
Source: Simon Wiesenthal Centre (SWC)
No man who claim to know a Jew named Jesus, can hate the state of Israel. The Bible says God has promised to love the Jewish people with an everlasting love. Forever, means without end. The Father and Son are One God. All who love Jesus the Messiah have to stand up for the state of Israel and the Jewish people today. They deserve to be supported, and they need our help.
“For I, the LORD, love justice; I hate robbery and iniquity. In my faithfulness I will reward them and make an everlasting covenant with them.
The LORD appeared to us in the past, saying: “I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with loving-kindness.
The US Presbyterian Church accuses God of the Bible of being a liar.