The following are excerpts from a report of a meeting between Hizbullah's leader in South Lebanon, Nabil Qauq, and a delegation of Presbyterian Church:
Sheik Nabil Qauq : The American policy today is similar to an owl bringing bad tidings. All we hear from Bush are words of war, evil, destruction, killing, siege and threat. This aggressive inclination is a real danger to all monotheistic religions and it harms Christianity.
Elder Ronald Stone**: We treasure the precious words of Hizbullah and your expression of goodwill towards the American people. Also we praise your initiative for dialogue and mutual understanding. We cherish these statements that bring us closer to you. As an elder of our church, I'd like to say that according to my recent experience, relations and conversations with Islamic leaders are a lot easier than dealings and dialogue with Jewish leaders.
see MEMRI Video here
First of all, many Presbyterians are
using Christianity to cloak their antisemitism. As Jesus said, "By their acts
(words) ye shall know them" so we know them.
Because Christians can champion downtrodden peoples all over the globe like those poor South African raped children, the multimillion modern slaves in the Sudan and elsewhere, the starving in North Korea, the Arab women suffering from severe sharia laws, but no, they focus on the Palestinians. Why? It's not about the Palestinians, it's about sticking it to who they hate or are jealous of, the Jews or Israel. Like American liberals like Michael Moore...is it about the Jews or even the American downtrodden or sticking it to "daddy" the Republican administration or Israel. These people are transparent because where do you focus your limited energies?
Many of my readers are not Jewish. As a matter of fact I have found the staunchest defenders of Israel and the Jews to be Gentiles. This is not an attack on non Jews. It is an attack on the Presbyterian "leadership". They have made it their mission to destroy Israel, blackmailing business and academia (see Harvard piece).
UPDATE: "COMMENT OF THE DAY" [I know it's still early] SAYS IT ALL: Pamela, Sincerely,
Right you are! Well said.
CUANAS (Christians United Against the New Anti-Semitism)