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Connecting Zionism Intellectually Misses the Heart of the Issue

Reader comment on item: Why Palestinian Delusions Persist
in response to reader comment: To the Zionists no difference between CHristian and Muslim Arabs

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Feb 16, 2018 at 16:19

So, Debanjan;
Still have not figured Christianity yet, have you?
Still have not figured out why Zionism in its true inspiration is not only supposed to be Jewish, but as an associated anticipated part of the apocalypse, true disciples of the LORD Yeshua HaMashiach know whereof they speak when they declare the WORD of the LORD that the Eternal Sovereign IS the author and Father of the Zionists dream of Jerusalem. It is HIS dispensation that compels HIS love for Zion.

The Christian directive to witness to the 'Palestinian' Arabs of their need for Yeshua in their lives is as much an Israeli or American issue that places people at a spiritual crossroads, which is starkly dismissed here: what was her sacrifice for; to teach about Yeshua HaMashiach or to distract Israel from that country's own search for Messiah?

Zion is a fait accompli. But what is the question that remains open? Who is ready for Yeshua when He returns to Zion and who will testify of HIS presence when that time comes?


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