Thursday, December 29, 2016

Some Jews AGREE Settlements Are Illegal

There are MANY Jews who think Netanyahu is wrong about the settlements. Here is their rationale:

On behalf of anti-Zionist Jews worldwide, we of Neturei Karta International, Jews United Against Zionism, greet with enthusiasm the recent United Nations Security Council resolution 2334 condemning Israeli settlements as illegal.

For decades, the settlements have been a major cause for bloodshed and unrest in the Holy Land. Hundreds of innocent lives have been sacrificed on the altar of nationalism and lust for land. We congratulate the countries in the Security Council for taking this long-overdue step toward justice and peace. And in particular, we congratulate the President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, on his success in achieving the passage of this resolution.

At the same time, we wish to reiterate the Torah position that it is not just the West Bank that is illegally occupied. Jews have been sent into exile by the Almighty, and any kind of Jewish sovereignty over any territory is a violation of that decree. Therefore the concept of the State of Israel is entirely illegitimate and forbidden. The crime is compounded when the creation of this homeland entails the occupation, oppression, subjugation and expulsion of another people. Before the era of Zionism, Jews lived in Palestine in peace and security, side by side with the Palestinian Arab population. We fervently hope for the day when Jews return to abiding by the laws of the Torah and living in peace with all peoples.

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Now that's interesting, isn't it?

To be a Jew means to follow The Law. If the residents of Israel are not following The Law, can Israel be called a "Jewish state"?

Apparently not.

This is yet ANOTHER reason we should not be supporting Israel. If they are carrying out G-d's will, they do not need our help. If they are acting in violation of G-d's will, then we are making a GIANT mistake by helping them.

According to Jesus, the saints are to have patience and faith. He'll take care of the rest.

1 comment:

  1. Here is a video of a news conference supporting the UN resolution on the settlements -