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Blindsided: Peace for Israel?

Yosef5 Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 5:28 AM
I have no doubt that many Christians are allied with Israel. On the other hand this clearly is not the stance of the churches that represent the majority of the world's Christians. That is an INFORMED statement. You can look it up. Furthermore, the "Christian" treatment that Jews received over the ages in the name of Jesus was horrific to put it nicely. That is an INFORMED statement. You can look it up. Christian "Love" also comes at a price. I live in Israel where missionary activity is prevalent, sneaky, and unwanted. That is an INFORMED statement. You can look it up. As for being a bigot. I haven't a bigoted bone in my body. I do not appreciate, however, the haughty idea, that without Jesus (or Islam) we can't be saved.

In my post, Blindsided: 9/11 Was the Rule, Not the Exception, I explained how 9/11 woke up America to the reality of Islamic fanaticism. Because of ignorance to Islam’s history and grievance culture, its violent nature blindsided us.

Today, that same naivety is playing out before a looming armed conflict between Israel and Iran. Ignorance is especially strong among the professional punditry, who aim to shape US public opinion.

Since its covert nuclear program was exposed in 2002, Iran has danced around the international community, always professing its peaceful intentions. But many observers have suspected otherwise.

Threats against Israel made...