Jesus at the checkpoint

The aim of an upcoming Bethlehem conference is not peace, but division and bias against the Jewish state.

IDF troops on duty near Bethlehem
Photo by: Udi Gal
Recently, we have been hearing repeated messages that Jesus was a Palestinian.
It is bad enough when devious Arab Islamic leaders, including Holocaust-denier Mahmoud Abbas, leader of the Palestinian Authority, quoted Jesus at Christmas time as “a Palestinian messenger,” but it is something completely different when church leaders call Jesus a Palestinian.

They know its lie, and yet they subscribe to this mantra. It leads one to question why they do it. Why do they go out of their way to deny the undeniable Jewishness of Jesus according to their own biblical commentaries? There can only be one inevitable conclusion. It’s anti-Semitism.

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