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How can diaspora Christians speak out......

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Submitted by Sharon (United States), Sep 13, 2005 at 11:51

when they are traditionally pro Palestinian and anti-Israel?
Look at the divestments from main line churches. Look how a great deal of the world has turned their backs on Israel while insanely turning the victimizers the victims.

When Arafat was absent from Christmas in Bethlehem, a sign was placed on his empty chair in the Catholic Church which read, "His excellency Yassir Arafat."

Can't have it both ways, can they? This means they must begin to deeply understand the dangers that such behavior creates.

Sorry to say, Christians must decide what side of the issue they choose to be on. Therefore fundamentally understanding that they themselves created this monster who rapes and pillages their villages and churches through their appeasement. In the meantime, Arabs will act out their dream of ridding the world of Jews as well as the traditional hand which has fed and enabled them.

Perhaps when a Mosque is built atop 'manger square' the Christian world might wake up.

Israel has gotten the axe from so-called friends and foes alike. This atrocity to Christians is just part of a house of cards which ultimately to repair the world must go back to square one.
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