Islamic terrorism puts interfaith dialogue on halt

In aftermath of bombing, interfaith dialogue is suspended in Israel.

Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Mezger has suspened interfaith dialogue with Muslims.

— Israel’s Chief Rabbinate has suspended interfaith dialogue between Jewish and Muslim religious leaders in Israel until terror attacks on Israel are denounced.

In a statement released March 23, hours after a terrorist bombing rocked central Jerusalem, Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi Yona Mezger called on the Muslim religious leadership to condemn the attack and the rocket attacks on Gaza from southern Israel.

“Our neighbors have once again shown that we have no real partner,” Metzger said in a statement. “So long as the inciting religious leaders won’t condemn the terrorists, the Chief Rabbinate will suspend its interfaith dialogue with them. We expect the religious leadership to firmly denounce the terror attack in the heart of Jerusalem.”

The bomb attack on a bus stop killed one and injured more than three dozen.
Metzger has condemned attacks committed by Jews against Palestinian targets, and has visited the sites where some of those attacks took place, Ynet reported.

Source
: JTA.org

My comment:

All the religions, can simply not be the truth. The Bible says that there is no other God than the God of Israel, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

Islam has deleted the name of Isaac. So there is no truth in this religion, in regards to the Jewish people. Islam can not accept there there is a nation in the Middle East that has a Jewish majority, rules by Jews.

God of the Bible also says that have nothing to do with people who promotes false gods. Islam is a religion of evil and deception, and should not be given any importance in any forum.

What exactly the Jews wants to achieve by having interfaith dialogue with Islam, is beyond understandable.

Before Islam recognizes that there is a Jewish people, there will be hardly anything to talk about. To claim “Peace” where there is no peace, is falsehood.

Psalm 120:6-7
I am for peace; but when I speak, they are for war.

Written by Ivar

3 thoughts on “Islamic terrorism puts interfaith dialogue on halt

    1. Dear 4Hollyg

      Shalom, and love in Jesus the Messiah.

      Why is the name of “Isaac” deleted from the Koran?

      This question should be addressed to the Father of all lies, who is the author of this Arabian book….

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