60 MINUTES EPISODE
60 MINUTES EPISODE
60 MINUTES EPISODE
6 July, 2014 Ma’an
Extremist Jewish settlers assaulted a Christian cleric while he was traveling back to from Bethlehem to his church in the village of Abud in northwest Ramallah on Sunday. Continue reading Violent Jewish Settler Colonists attack car of Christian cleric near Ramallah
30 June, 2014 Redress
At its conference four years ago the Methodist Church in the UK set a brave example. It voted to boycott products from Israeli settlements in occupied Palestine, regarded as illegal under international law, and to encourage Methodists across Britain to do the same. Continue reading Will Jewish meddlers dictate UK Methodist policy?
26 June, 2014 Middle East Monitor
The Jewish Leadership Council (JLC) recently published an item announcing the arrival of the “United Christian Alliance for Israel” (UCAI). The new organisation, described as “still in the infancy stages of growing”, is intended to give the UK “a voice to Christian unity in support for Israel”. Continue reading Fighting a losing battle, UK’s Israel lobby bolsters links with Christian fundamentalists
The Boycott, Divest, Sanction movement (BDS) is a Palestinian civil society call for the world to act in a legal, non-violent manner to pressure Israel, and hurt it in the manner that hurts the most: financially, as well as diplomatic and popular isolation. This is necessary since Israel obviously considers international law to only apply to Gentiles, as the Talmud teaches Jews. The PM of Israel has said publicly that the Talmud is the basis of Israeli law, which once one understands what the Talmud says and teaches, is all one needs to know about why Israel does what it does, settlers are violent and the IDF commits atrocities and war crimes.
Many artists and musicians have heeded the call for a cultural boycott and refused to give concerts in Israel. Many professional unions and groups have decided to divest from companies that profit from Israel’s military occupation, Christian churches and groups are following suit. BDS is gathering steam and there was even a secret meeting in London for Israelis and Jewry to formulate a strategy to halt the spread of damage and growing numbers of citizens and groups heeding the BDS call. It worked on apartheid South Africa, it can at least help with apartheid Israel. Continue reading US Presbyterians vote to divest from firms to pressure Israel
Veteran anti-apartheid campaigner Desmond Tutu wants Presbyterian Church, currently meeting in Detroit, to pass series of anti-Israel resolutions.
17 June, 2014 ICH
Veteran anti-apartheid activist and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Desmond Tutu has called on the Presbyterian Church (USA) to pass a series of resolutions condemning Israel as an apartheid state [law here and here] and proposing policies to boycott it. Continue reading Desmond Tutu: U.S. Christians must recognize Israel as apartheid state
A witch’s brew of toxic beliefs
Texe Marrs Intelligence Examiner
And the disciples were called Christians first in Antioch (Acts 11:26).
O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth, before whose eyes Jesus Christ hath been evidently set forth, crucified among you?… Are ye so foolish? having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh? (Galatians 3: 1,3).
In an attempt to downplay the severity of nationalist crimes by Israeli citizens, the media refers to the offenses as ‘graffiti.’ Here are the facts – and it’s not just graffiti.
June 14, 2014 +972
Yossi Gurvitz for Yesh Din
In recent weeks the “Hilltop Youth,” Israeli citizens in general, and their lobby in the Knesset and the media have been experiencing a sense of crisis. The events surrounding Yitzhar and the comments by a resident of the settlement justifying attacks on soldiers have put them on the defensive. In their responses in online comments and in sympathetic articles, they have presented the argument that “Price Tag” violence is about nothing more than some scribbled graffiti. Continue reading ‘Price tag’ attacks: It’s not about the graffiti
Feb. 20, 2012 The Blaze
Incidents of church vandalism have been finding their way into the headlines both in America and abroad over the past few months. In the latest attack to make international headlines, Israeli police reported that
vandals sprayed anti-Christian graffiti on a Baptist church in Jerusalem.
Some startling words were plastered on the side of the Baptist House, including “Death to Christianity”, “Jesus was a son of a whore” and “We will crucify you.” Continue reading ‘Jesus Was a Son of a Whore’: Israeli Church Vandalized With Anti-Christian Messages
The Beit Jamal Monastery is known for its good relations with Israelis who visit to buy its ceramics
Aug. 21, 2013 Ha’aretz and AFP
Perpetrators threw a fire bomb into the entrance hallway and sprayed the monastery walls with the words “price tag,” “death to the Gentiles,” and “revenge.” Continue reading Monastery near Jerusalem defaced in suspected ‘price tag’ attack
Statement by top clerics, including Jerusalem’s Latin Patriarch, urges authorities to apprehend those responsible; Netanyahu: Israel will punish perpetrators severely.
Sep. 4, 2012 Ha’aretz
Earlier Tuesday, the door of a Christian monastery in Latrun, the Abbaye de Notre-Dame de Sept-Douleurs, near Jerusalem, was set on fire on morning and anti-Christian slogans were found spray-painted on the monastery’s walls. Continue reading Catholic Church condemns ‘price-tag’ attack on monastery, urges Israel to change ‘culture of contempt’
Attack on Baptist Congregation marks the latest in series of attacks targeting Muslim, Christian and leftist institutions in Jerusalem over last two months.
Feb. 21, 2012 Ha’aretz
Over the last week alone, a bilingual school and two churches have been vandalized, including the Baptist church vandalized Sunday.
In both church attacks, the
vandals spray-painted slogans denouncing Christianity, Jesus and Mary, such as “Jesus is dead,” “Death to Christianity” and “Mary was a prostitute.” They also included the by-now customary “price tag” slogan. Continue reading Jerusalem Christians are latest targets in recent spate of ‘price tag’ attacks
October 30, 2010 INEMC
A hundred year old church was burned, Friday, by right-wing Israeli settlers, who broke a number of windows of the church and hurled Molotov cocktails inside.
The damage to the church was substantial, with burning throughout the first floor of the building. Continue reading Israeli Settlers Burn Church in Jerusalem
May 12, 2003 Comeandsee
Four Molotov cocktails (“burning bottles”) were thrown to the exterior walls and roof of the Plymouth Brethren Church that is located on the upper floor of the building that Emmaus Bible school offices are in. The mentioned cocktails were found by worshippers who came to the Bible study meeting on Friday evening (the 9th of May). It seems that the cocktails had caught fire but no damage was done.