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The Lord Bevin case

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Submitted by another infidel (Finland), Feb 14, 2008 at 02:29

Now that was interesting to learn, this Lord Bevin case. I have a faint memory that prior to the Israel Declaration of independence in 1948 the British tried to stall the process as far as they could. All this brings to my mind Matt. 25:31-46 : The Sheep and Goat Judgment.
Who is being judged? Who are "these brothers of mine?" Peoples are being judged according to their deeds and attitudes towards Israel.

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