Israel is awesome, that’s why DAP evangelistas wanna build embassy

May 2, 2019 at 7:53 pm 10 comments

Every Christian loves Israel. It is the Kingdom of Heaven.

The holiest sites of Christianity are not located in the USA or Britain or Europe. They’re all in Israel. That’s why Israel is the Holy Land.

BELOW: Starring LOTR’s Legolas the Elf 

Israel is mightily beloved of the evangelicals 

DAP senator Nga Hock Cheh recently (April 25) said in the Dewan Negara:

“I’m just saying that since that is a proposal to establish an embassy in Palestine whether it would be better if we can also consider establishing an embassy in the Israel so that in foreign relations, we can try to broker a peace treaty between the two states in the process also gets some help from the expertise of Israel. I was just putting as a question.“

Nga is himself a Bible-thumping Christian, according to political analyst Dr Kamarul Yusoff – see his Facebook entry on April 30 titled ‘When a DAP senator preaches in the Dewan Negara’.

Dr Kamarul observed that Nga (linked to the Perak evangelical warlord Ngeh) quoted Bible verses multiple times in his senate speech. Thus the enthusiasm of the many fervent DAP Christian YBs for a Malaysian embassy in Israel is most understandable.

BELOW: Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem

Why Christian knights gave their lives to capture the Holy Land

Let’s start with the celebration of Easter.

GOOD FRIDAY: Jesus was nailed to the cross, an event called the Crucifixion. Christians today wear a crucifix around their neck. The cross, upon which Jesus died, was staked on a hill named Calvary. It is located in Jerusalem.

Hours before his crucifixion, Jesus prayed to the Father in Garden of Gethsemane. Gethsemane is at the bottom of a slope on the Mount of Olives. The Church of All Nations is presently here.

BELOW: Rock of Agony in the Church of All Nations, where Jesus prayed on the eve of his death

The mother of Emperor Constantine built the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on this traditional site of Jesus’ Crucifixion – please remember, folks … in Israel!


Side note: Constantine the Great is the Roman ruler of antiquity responsible for the expansion of the faith throughout his vast empire – what was later to become the realm of Christendom.

The city of Constantinople – today Istanbul – was the capital of the Byzantine or Eastern Roman Empire before the Ottoman conquest. Along with Constantinople, the Byzantium cities of Alexandria (in Egypt) and Antioch (in Turkey) were major centres of early Christianity, as was Rome in the Western Roman Empire.


The Church of the Holy Sepulchre was rebuilt by the Crusaders when they conquered Jerusalem from the Muslims.

These Christian knights established their Crusader States in the Middle East between the years 1102 and 1291 CE, centering around the Kingdom of Jerusalem.

BELOW: Monastery of the Cross, West Jerusalem

EASTER SUNDAY: After Jesus died, he was buried in the tomb still preserved inside the aforementioned historic church. ‘Sepulchre’ in general means tomb or burial place. In its Biblical usage, sepulchre refers to the cave where Jesus was buried.

A structure called the aedicule preserves the location of Jesus’ tomb.

The Resurrection is when the Christ was raised from the dead. This miracle occurred in Jerusalem, I-S-R-A-E-L.

BELOW: Bethany, Jesus’ favourite place of rest and refuge … the Church of St Lazarus is built here

According to the scripture, Jesus ascended into heaven in the vicinity of Bethany, a village down the slope of the Mount of Olives. The Church of the Holy Ascension is here and “contains what is traditionally the last footprint of Jesus on earth” in Jerusalem … which is in I-S-R-A-E-L, don’t forget.

Ascension in Christianity is “the bodily rising of Jesus into heaven on the 40th day after his Resurrection” from the physical location of Jerusalem. In Israel!

BELOW: Religious tourists at Chapel of the Ascension, a shrine located on Jerusalem‘s Mount of Olives

Jesus of Nazareth and Israel’s other biblical connections

You can’t get a more holy land than Israel for Christians.

Jerusalem is their pilgrimage destination where there is a church for any Christian whatever his denomination. Or in other words, the most important churches – be they Greek Orthodox, Byzantium, Catholic, Russian Orthodox or ancient churches built and rebuilt again through the ages – they’re all here.

And whatever place names you learned from the Bible, they’re all here in Israel too.

Jesus is associated 17 times with Nazareth in the New Testament. We say “Jesus of Nazareth” because it was where he grew up. Nazareth was then a small village in the foothills of Galilee; today it has grown into a city in northern Israel.

The beautiful Basilica of the Annunciation (pix below) is here in Nazareth. The ‘Annunciation’ is when angel Gabriel tells the Virgin Mary that she would conceive. Becoming the mother of baby Jesus is called the Immaculate Conception.

Second Coming of Christ linked to New Jerusalem 

Israel is simply overflowing with sites sacred to Christians, recounted in both the New and Old Testaments.

Jerusalem is also known as the City of David. The Hebrew King David ruled the Kingdom of Israel and Judah c.1000 BCE. Jesus was descended from the royal line of King David.

The gates of a golden city of prophecy, New Jerusalem, are pivotal to the ‘end times’ from the Bible’s Book of Revelation.

Mount Carmel – referenced variously in the Bible – lies south of Haifa, today the third-largest city in Israel. Carmel gives its name to the famous Carmelite religious order of monks and nuns. To the southeast of Haifa is the site of Megiddo where Armageddon (End of the World Battle) is anticipated to erupt.

Places from the biblical ministry of Jesus

The bedrock of the teachings of Christ is his Sermon on Mount.

Mount of Beatitudes got its name from Jesus’ most beloved sermon that begins, “Blessed are the poor in spirit: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven”.

“Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth” is another well-known Beatitude.

“Blessed are the peacemakers: for they shall be called the children of God.” (Matthew 5:3-11).

Mount Hermon, better known as Mount Sion/Zion, is where Jesus took the disciples. This location is mentioned in Psalm 133:3 and Song of Songs 4:8.

BELOW: Crusader building in Mount Zion commemorates the site of the ‘Upper Room’ where Jesus and his 12 apostles had the Last Supper

Mount Zion overlooks the Plain of Gennesaret where Jesus often preached, including the time when he healed the multitudes. Gennesaret is southwest of Capernaum, where Jesus lived after he left Nazareth. The archeological site of the old Capernaum ruins is in modern-day Israel.

The Church of the Beatitudes sits overlooking the Sea of Galilee – actually a freshwater lake.

Galilee’s lake was where Jesus stilled the raging storm (Mark 4:35-41; Luke 8:22-25) and where he walked on water (Matthew 14:26). Near its shores Jesus fed the five thousand men, women and children through the miracle of Fish and Loaves – a popular story told in all four of the Gospels.

On the edge of the Sea of Galilee (below) at Capernaum lies the Church of the Twelve Apostles.

Biblical places not yet under Israeli control

The Virgin Mary gave birth to Jesus in the town of Bethlehem. The Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem is build at the location where Jesus was born.

Bethlehem comes under Palestinian jurisdiction for the time being although this may change in the near future since the Jews have just elected a hard right and ultra religious new Knesset (parliament). President elect Binyamin Netanyahu has indicated to Jewish voters that he will annex settlement areas in the West Bank.

Mount Sinai where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments is on the Sinai peninsula, Egypt. Israel captured Sinai in the 1967 Arab war but returned the territory to Egypt in 1982 in exchange for peace.

Israel still controls the Golan Heights, also won in the 1967 war. Recently President Donald Trump said America recognized Israel’s occupation of the Golan Heights (below) which is now most unlikely be returned to Syria.

DAP is full of evangelical Christians

Republican evangelicals who are Trump’s strongest voter base just love Israel to bits. In fact, one of Trump’s strongest backers is CUFI – Christians United For Israel.

Like other Christians the world over, Americans too make regular pilgrimages to Jerusalem and the Holy Land. So do Malaysian Christians, the only privileged group to be exempted from our country’s ban on travel to Israel.

As can be gleaned from the landmarks referenced above, Israel and Christianity are inseparable. The soul of Israel permeates every page of the Bible – from the Old Testament (Tanakh in Hebrew) to the New Testament. Jesus was after all a Jew.

Christians have a super strong spiritual connection to Israel. If a DAP Christian ever tells you he’s anti Israel, don’t believe him.


Note: (May 3) Headline has been changed from earlier version ‘Israel is super duper holy land’

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  • 1. Temujin  |  May 2, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    “Mount Sinai where God gave Moses the Ten Commandments is on the Sinai peninsula, Egypt. Israel captured Sinai in the 1967 Arab war but returned the territory to Egypt in 1982 in exchange for peace.”

    For years the Israelis had explored Sinai Peninsular and they cant found any evidence to prove the existence of any Jewish settlements in Sinai Peninsular. If the 2 millions Jews out of Egypt were lost for 40 years in Sinai Peninsular; they should already found the evidence over there by now and later on claim the land for Israelis.”

    Many explorers such as Ron Wyatt, a Korean national called Kim and many others were postulating that the real Mount Sinai was in Saudi Arabia at Mount Lawz.You can find many videos of their findings in youtube.Just put ” Mount Sinai Saudi Arabia” in the search engine.

    Avi Lipkin , an Israeli writer had written a book called “Return to Mecca” that reinforced the above findings.He also further noted the similiarity of the Kaabah, a black cube and teffilin ( a black cube) wore by any Jews on their forehead while praying. Coincidentally, Muslims circumbulate the Kaabah seven times, the Jews also wrap around the forearm seven arm.Hajj in Islam is similar to Jewish Hag.Kabbalah , a mystic Jewish sect may come from the word Kaabah Allah , house of Allah.

    It is interesting to find many commonalities of Judaism and Islam including the basic tenet to believe in one God.

    Jews for centuries were given protection in Muslim countriies while the Christians up to 1945 were persecuting them
    because of the Christians belief that Jews were responsible for the killing of Jesus.

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    • 2. Paul Wolfobitch  |  May 3, 2019 at 11:56 am

      “Jews for centuries were given protection in Muslim countriies”

      Not so much “protection” as the Jews (and usury) makes them “desirable” for the economy. Rather like the Chinese here…

      The majority of Jews in Muslim countries however were poor, served or still serve as garbage handlers, sewage maintaining sanitary work people, Rather like our migrants…

      Whenever it suits them, the Muslims would use the Jews as scapegoats and fodder, conduct pogroms on the Jews, Jews get killed, chucked out of the countries… Jews are still the convenient scapegoats who do the dirty work than nice folks others can show “tolerance… compassion, love” to…

      Sounds familiar, no?

      Some eastern tyrants call the Chinese “the Jews of the East”, invariably treat them as such… useful to help certain others make money… use as cronies… otherwise, the same old same old convenient sacrificial scapegoats just right for slagging for stealing your money, destroying your country… and then there are the slaughters…

      Well, we have the glorified slaves, the “migrants” too..! They get despised, treated shabby, sometimes tortured, sometimes killed…

      Well, it’s time again, and back to our prayers, Amen!

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      • 3. Temujin  |  May 3, 2019 at 5:19 pm

        “The majority of Jews in Muslim countries however were poor, served or still serve as garbage handlers, sewage maintaining sanitary work people, Rather like our migrants…”

        As far that I know these were the Copts in Egypt. The Jews because their knowledge in money matters they were well off.

        Jewish golden age were in Spain when Spain was under Islamic rule. Under this golden age, the Jews recovered their lost culture after they were banished from Israel under the Roman rule and their temples in Jerusalem were destroyed by the Romans.

        Jews and Muslims were persecuted and chased out of Christian Spain and most Jews settled down in Muslim countries.For 700 years Jews were barred from England and most European countries and they settled in Muslim controlled countries.

        There were more than 130 pogroms against the Jews by different people, different time and different location and many were done by Christians countries for reasons”Jews were blamed for the death of Jesus”.The last pogrom was in 1945 by the Christian Nazi regime when more than 6 millions Jews were killed.

        Jews were barred from entering Jerusalem until Caliph Omar conquered Jerusalem and when crusaders recaptured Jerusalem; more than 100,000 Muslims, Jews and Eastern Christians were slaughtered, some chroniclers could not describe the carnage. You can read this in “History of Crusades Vol1, Vol2 and Vol3 by historian Steven Runciman.
        Interestingly when Saladin recaptured Jerusalem, the inhabitants were spared and Jews were welcome back to stay in Jerusalem.

        In fact as late as the 18th century, it was a Christian tradition to bash any Jews during Easter holiday until the practices was stopped by the Pope.

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        • 5. Paul Wolfobitch  |  May 10, 2019 at 10:18 am

          “…some link in case some of you thougt I am making stories”

          That’s only one link to the rant of one person, but still, it shows Christians more ready to come more than half way to see eye to eye with the Jews, make some kind of study on ancient relations.

          Can’t say that for the Muslims, year by year there has been increasingly vile attitude to Jews…

          There’s is not much point or use pointing to the past when it has been made out by some that the Muslims have been amazingly nice to Jews.

          That is absolutely untrue.

          One mustn’t avoid the literature that reveals centuries of hostilities of the Muslims toward the Jews, and conveniently flatter oneself using only ones that show the Muslims up to be such a nice bunch!

          It should not be a “Muslims were better than the Christians to the Jews” piece of exercise – especially when the Muslims were just as vile and murderous.

          Even if one wants only to peddle yarns about how “nice” the Muslims were to the Jews once upon a time, one should focus on the here and now, look into and take action over attitude, behaviour and treatment of the Jews in these day and age – as said, that has only gone progressively worse with the Muslims. (Our own PM, an admirer of Fakir, has some pretty racist and anti-semitic view of the Jews, perhaps good Muslims should work on the PM first?)

          You may not be “making stories” but you are either conveniently one-sided/partial, you may not have read/research enough – or you just selectively do your stuff. Or you may be totally ignorant, read or know very little but have some rather convenient opinions you need to flatter yourself with.

          Knowingly or unknowingly leaving out inconvenient truth can be seem as a form of deception or at best sham “scholarship”/research. In the interest of truth, one should look into as much available material as possible from as many sides as possible.

          Whatever it may be your true intention/s, perhaps you could address your “shortcomings”, come up with a number of, and a bigger variety of views and sources when you come here to, it seems sermonise (or maybe, even to deceive) your seemingly rather self-righteous and self-serving opinion.

          Perhaps you could also give your opinion on this well-known book I am sure you must have read:

          The Legacy of Islamic Antisemitism: From Sacred Texts to Solemn History by Andrew G. Bostom (Editor)

          For those who may not have come across it, the write-up on the book goes:

          “This comprehensive, meticulously documented collection of scholarly articles presents indisputable evidence that a readily discernible, uniquely Islamic antisemitism-a specific Muslim hatred of Jews-has been expressed continuously since the advent of Islam. Debunking the conventional wisdom, which continues to assert that Muslim animosity toward Jews is entirely a 20th-century phenomenon fueled mainly by the protracted Arab-Israeli conflict, leading scholars provide example after example of antisemitic motifs in Muslim documents reaching back to the beginnings of Islam. The contributors show that the Koran itself is a significant source of hostility toward Jews, as well as other foundational Muslim texts including the hadith (the words and deeds of Muhammad as recorded by pious Muslim transmitters) and the sira (the earliest Muslim biographies of Muhammad). Many other examples are adduced in the writings of influential Muslim jurists, theologians, and scholars, from the Middle Ages through the contemporary era. These primary sources, and seminal secondary analyses translated here for the first time into English – such as Hartwig Hirschfeld’s mid-1880s essays on Muhammad’s subjugation of the Jews of Medina and George Vajda’s elegant, comprehensive 1937 study of the hadith – detail the sacralized rationale for Islam’s anti-Jewish bigotry. Numerous complementary historical accounts illustrate the resulting plight of Jewish communities in the Muslim world across space and time, culminating in the genocidal threat posed to the Jews of Israel today.” (.goodreads.com/book/show/1012402.The_Legacy_of_Islamic_Antisemitism)

          Those of you who are creative may find a way of getting the e-version of the book for free on the internet.

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          • 6. Temujin  |  May 20, 2019 at 6:07 pm

            “You may not be “making stories” but you are either conveniently one-sided/partial, you may not have read/research enough – or you just selectively do your stuff. Or you may be totally ignorant, read or know very little but have some rather convenient opinions you need to flatter yourself with.”

            Whatever..More links for u and mind u these were not words of Muslim apologists but Jewish historians. If these are bias as you say it I rest my case.



            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cum_nimis_absurdum

            The last link is an interesting reading. This was one of many papal edicts issued against the Jews in 1555. The Nazis may had reenacted this edict when they prosecute the Jews in 1940s.USA and Australia may have copied some part of this edict when they introduced a racist law called “Chinese Exclusion Act”. Google yourself.

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            • 7. Paul Wolfobitch  |  June 2, 2019 at 1:01 am

              Both video are very weak in the support against my contention that the Jews were badly treated and not exactly living in paradise under Muslim rule.

              My remark about your “bias” (and now this weak response of yours) is not a big issue necessarily – your selective approach in your response and your avoidance of a lot of other (contradicting, less flattering) authoritative sources is the beef! You cannot, use what Litvak says, picking on part of what he says – and deliberately missing out the other part, I’ll touch on that later.

              Less than a few picks, with one near irrelevant link (Firestone) does not help your “case”. Turned any way round, neither Firestone nor Litvak would help you do that “rest my case”!

              Firestone refers to a particular period and a particular letter, he did not touch on the long period the Jews were under (fascistic and brutal) Muslim rule, nor touch on anything else either way – he merely said what he wanted to say for his particular purpose (some kind of dialogue with Muslims). His video did nothing altogether to dispel any thought let alone the fear of the Jews that the Muslims rulers through the centuries were all that nice.

              Yes, in certain regard the Christians were worse than the Muslim in their treatment of the Jews. But, no, there is very little to say that, overall, the Muslims were “better” than the Christians. They were maybe “less” evil – but in every way just as evil.

              That the Jews were in some instances treated “better” under Muslim rule does not mean they were blooming nice to the Jews. In a way, you can say they were worse than the Christians, the Jews were (when not expelled or slaughtered) kept under harsh conditions, kept alive in order money could be bled out of them. So, in a manner of speaking, perhaps dying under the Christian, and fast, could be more ideal!

              That the Christians slaughtered more Jews than the Muslims does not mean the Muslims treated the Jews the very opposite and nice. The Muslims enjoyed slaughtering the Jews just the same – they were neither compassionate no merciful when it came to massacring the Jews. It has to be pointed out that history pointed out to the just about as many times the Jews were slaughtered – though you may argue the Muslims did it “less times” – which does not mean they were another “better” or “kinder” lot of butchers!

              In fact, unlike the Christian “good book”, the hatred for, and the right to treat Jews harshly and kill them were enshrined in both the Quran and the practice that were carried out through the centuries. Today, those Quranic justification are still cited in sermons and exhortations, and taught in some religious schools.

              There is a good reason the Jews were kept just about alive – they were a source of good and easy revenue for their Muslim rulers. Money was extorted from the Jews by the leeching parasites in a similar manner gangsters would their victims with their “protection money” rackets (as historian Fernandez-Morera succinctly puts it). It means their very lives and welfare would be at stake if they refused to toe the line, subject themselves to ill treatment.

              And even when money was extorted, grotesque ritual “humiliation” was meted out on the Jews just the same – just watch the videos and read the books, see how horrendous that was. Missing out on these facts and more, and only pointing out the Muslims were “nicer” and less “happy butchers” than the Christians would be patently dishonest and disingenuous.

              Your Litvak video supports my contention, you deliberately missed out on the atrocious and horrendous conditions the Jews have to live under that he pointed out, as per above that both Bostom, and, now, my inclusion Fernandez-Morera authoritatively outlined.

              It was simply unbelievable, the kinds of mental and physical torture the Jews had to live under – just for the purpose of staying alive in order to enrich their vile extortionists – and still they could be expelled or slaughtered – on top of being targets for the psychological projection of Muslims for their bad days, and for their religious belief and duty!

              So, one cannot, in all honesty, be making out that the Jews were exactly living in paradise. Just because the Jews were slaughtered and badly treated less often under the Muslims does not for one moment mean that it they were not slaughtered and badly treated. Far from it!

              Subjecting themselves to ugly treatment in the fear of further bad treatment, expulsion, and death was a matter of survival – not a cherished wish that a wonderful life Muslim rule would provide. Clearly, the Jews would neither want to live under Muslim rule – as under Christian rule. To stay alive, Firestone (in your video) said that Muslim rule provided (in a particular context), the “best available” option to stay alive.

              Still, where is the “compassionate” or the “merciful” if ” the people of the Book” or any other folks have to be picked on, why does any one have to do such thing at all, is life so boring otherwise?!

              A careful read of their books and a careful watching of the videos I have included would clearly show my contention is backed by some “heavyweights”, I urge those here to do that (if you are resourceful, both books can be had for free on the internet).
              The Multicultural Lie & The Myth of the Golden Age of Tolerance in Muslim Spain

              Book: Muslim Spain – The Myth of the Andalusian Paradise: Muslims, Christians, and Jews under Islamic Rule in Medieval Spain, by Dario Fernandez-Morera

              Dr. Andrew Bostom teaches “Legacy of Islamic anti-Semitism” at synagogue. I mentioned his book earlier.

              The Legacy Of Islamic Antisemitism by Andrew G. Bostom II

              Myths and Facts 38: “Jews Were Treated Well Under Muslim Rule”

              I am also include a link to a video by one “Christian Prince” an Arab ex-Muslim who shows texts in the Quran that calls for ugly treatment and even death to Jews, the supposed “descendants of pigs and apes”, extortion of the “jizya” protection money, gross humiliation of the Jews – even when they pay up their money to stay alive! Just read up on those and more the Jews had to be subjected to.

              Christian Prince – Allah & The Jews

              You may also search YouTube for the “Apostate Prophet”, a Turkish ex-Muslim who is knowledgeable about the Quran, and who can tell you more about “the Jews”.

              Back to the beginning of your post, my claim about what you call “bias” still stands.

              As for the “Chinese Exclusion Act”, “interesting” papal edicts also permitted the slaughter of every Chinese man, woman child, the Chinese were slaughtered wholesale a number of times in the Philippines.

              Other than carting the Act out to, maybe, ask the Chinese to balik Cina it serves no other good purpose, the Brits had their “Banishment Act” in which Chinese and Indians born in Malaya could still be deported to China and India, and they were. But then, so what? – the Quran also has a fair number of nasty “edicts” against the Jews (and Christians – and others too)!

              I am aware of the Chinese Exclusion Act, but I did a “Google” and couldn’t find anything for your claim about it.

              But since you’ve, for whatever reason, brought up that, can you oblige, point to any source that may support your belief on that “edict” that “The Nazis may had reenacted this edict when they prosecute the Jews in 1940s.USA and Australia may have copied some part of this edict when they introduced a racist law called “Chinese Exclusion Act”. Google yourself.”

              In particular, which part of what did the “USA and Australia may have copied”.

              And the Nazis did copy from the Muslims the badge Jews had to wear to identify themselves for humiliation. The Muslims compelled the Jews (and others) to wear coloured badges identifying themselves for humiliation etc – which were permitted by the Quran. This is pointed out in the videos and books.

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    • 8. Surrhead  |  May 3, 2019 at 2:52 pm

      FYI, the act of circumambulation is practiced by almost all religion, not confined to jews and muslims only.

      And the tefillin are a set of small black leather boxes containing scrolls of parchment inscribed with verses from the Torah.

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  • 9. Paul Wolfobitch  |  May 3, 2019 at 11:32 am

    Our evangelical and fundamentalist “Christian saviours” should at least get their own house in order first before they pitch for Zionism (“Christian Zionism” or otherwise…).

    While many Jews, Zionists or not, love their useful idiots to pitch for them, they don’t like any “Christian” one bit!

    Jesus is neither “the Son of G*d” nor “messiach” to the Jews, no heretic should ever push the nonsense in the face of Jews.

    Here’s a clip of Jews openly showing “love” to their useful idiots:

    There are many more videos showing Jewish “love” for “Christian” “love”!

    I could care less about what these fellas feel about “Christians”, I support the Palestinian cause, and support the work of Satmar, Neturei Karta, and those Jews who feel for the plight and suffering of the Palestinians, help fight for the Palestinian cause. (There are, of course, genuine Christians who are very actively supporting the Palestinian cause).

    I find such video as this one very funny, though.

    Any video and anything that shows our “Christian saviours” getting one between their eyes for their “goodness” and “love” is funny to me.

    Our evangelical and fundamentalist, if they want to shower their “love” and “save” any Jew, is to immediately, and in no uncertain terms, tell Dr M what an anti-semite and racist he is for referring to the “hooked noses” (not an “universal” feature) of the Jews – of course, on top of his rabid, wild, baseless attacks on the Jews, in general.

    For someone who has lips seen on many cHassidic Jews with genetic ailments, Dr M is, as usual, being his vile and vicious best!

    The Jews and the Middle Eastern Jews are nearest blood cousins to each other, Dr M is not doing anything useful for anyone, let alone anything for Islam, by doing his usual “Malay v Chinese” kampong longkang capati crap and making Malaysia a laughing stock of the world!

    Dr M’s uncultured and uncivilised racist and anti-semitic rants and behaviour reflect very badly on our country – and on Islam too.

    The evangelicals and fundamentalists, especially those in the DAP should set examples of themselves, slam down hard on Dr M and all the other rabid types in his party and among his supporters, make sure they (the DAP evangelicals and fundamentalists) do not show themselves up as just another bunch of hypocrite “Christians” who turn their eyes the other way when opportunism beckons.

    And when opportunism beckons, sleep with the Devil.

    If Dr M does not repent and apologise for his grotesque belief and shocking hideous rants, those DAP members of Dr M’s gomen should show their “Christian” principles, indignation and disgust by resigning.

    It won’t be a bad move, neither Dr M nor PH is thought of kindly these day, cutting loose from a snake and a useless gomen is a great idea!

    Btw, it is quite amazing the “quality” of our “Christian” DAP senator’s “faith”, the very moment he got rightly shafted for his “belief” (gross stupidity!), he very quickly turns tail, apologises!

    So much for “Christians” facing the “hungry lions”, Praise be!

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    • 10. Paul Wolfobitch  |  May 3, 2019 at 6:14 pm

      “The Jews and the Middle Eastern Jews”

      Sorry. I mean Palestinians and the Middle Eastern Jews.

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