Former German president to honor anti-Jewish pastor

Roman Herzog to honor anti-Jewish Lutheran pastor Mitri Raheb next week.

The former German President walks in the footspeps of Jew-haters within the Lutheran camp.

Roman Herzog, the president of the Federal Republic of Germany from 1994 to 1999, is slated to deliver a speech next week in honor of Reverend Mitri Raheb, a fiercely anti-Israel Palestinian Lutheran leader in Bethlehem who has argued that Jews have no right to be present in Israel.

The anti-Jewish pastor performing a mas in the birthchurch in the catholic church in Bethlehem.

The decision by Herzog and Media Control, a German NGO, to praise Raheb has sparked criticism from US and Israeli NGOs. In a statement on Sunday, the Simon Wiesenthal Center urged Herzog to cancel his keynote address at the event.

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment:

Jew-hate in Germany die hard. I have in some articles exposed the Nazi-Roman Catholic nexus. But there is enough antisemitism in the Lutheran camp, to make God of the Bible to bow His head in shame.

Mitri Raheb

That a former President of Germany honors pastor Mitri Raheb is a disgrace.

It is a fruit of replacement teleology made in the bottomless pit. That the state of Israel is just another political formation on Earth, and that the Jews is just another people.

You are free to demonize the Jews for calling them selves for God’s chosen people. You are also free to delegitimize the borders around Israel, and divide the land.

 Joel 3:2
I will gather all nations and bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat. There I will put them on trial for what they did to my inheritance, my people Israel, because they scattered my people among the nations and divided up my land.

Written by Ivar

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