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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Menorah Down, Cross Up!!!

Back in Chisiniau, Moldova (south eastern Europe, between Romania and Ukraine) on December 14, the hideous beast of antisemitism showed its claws again as a Hanukkah menorah was taken down publicly and replaced by a cross while a Christian Orthodox Priest chanted "We are an orthodox country. Stephan the Great defended our country from all kinds of kikes, and now they come and put their menorah here, this is anarchy." (read full article on Jerusalem Post here)
The video shows the acts, and even though there doesn't seem to be any violence demonstrated by the people, the message is clear that once again "Jews are not wanted there".

or watch below

Neither the Moldavian government of the Orthodox Church (70% of Moldavians) have made any public apology for the antisemitic acts perpetrated against my people.
I am a follower of the Jewish Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) who died for my sins and rose again.
This time of year, I celebrate His birth and the fact that He was the Light of the World and that even He celebrated Hanukkah (see John 10:22-23)

At that time the Feast of the Dedication took place at Jerusalem; it was winter,and Yeshua was walking in the temple in the portico of Solomon.

I am very grateful that Yeshua died for me, and for you but I am increasingly uncomfortable calling myself a Christian. How can I call myself a Christian, as a follower of Yeshua and be an effective witness to my people.Christians are supposed to make my people jealous as we read in Paul's epistle to the Romans

I say then, they did not stumble so as to fall, did they? May it never be! But by their transgression salvation has come to the Gentiles, to make them jealous.

It looks to me like much of the Orthodox Christian leaders need to spend more time in God's Word and less time tearing down menorahs.

Biblically speaking, an antisemitic Christian is a contradiction in terms (Psalm 83:1-5), because if you hate the Jewish people, the Bible says that you hate the God of the Jewish people, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.... the God of the Christians. Go figure!

O God, do not remain quiet; Do not be silent and, O God, do not be still. For, behold, Thine enemies make an uproar; And those who hate Thee have exalted themselves. They make shrewd plans against Thy people, And conspire together against Thy treasured ones. They have said, “Come, and let us wipe them out as a nation, That the name of Israel be remembered no more.” For they have conspired together with one mind; Against Thee do they make a covenant.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Switzerland bans Minarets, Europe Notices!!!

Last week brought an interesting vote out of Switzerland. There was a referendum to ban further construction of mosque's minarets (high towers). The margin in favor of the ban was very small –57.5 to 42.5–nevertheless, it passed.
The outcome is not likely to be of great architectural consequences in Switzerland or elsewhere in Europe. Daniel Pipes, a columnist on FrontPageMag.com, writes an interesting article about the event, in which he claims that the vote, as insignificant in its direct consequences to minaret building, means that Europe might be waking up to the threat of Islam taking over.
It will be interesting to see what Europe will do in light of Switzerland outcry.
Some European countries had their own polls and the results showed that they appeared to be in favor of the ban, as the article continues to state:

France: 49,000 readers at Le Figaro, by a 73-27 percent margin, would vote to ban new minarets in their country. 24,000 readers at L'Express agreed by an 86-12 percent margin, with 2 percent undecided. A leading columnist, Ivan Rioufol of Le Figaro, wrote an article titled “Homage to the Resistance of the Swiss People.” President Nicolas Sarkozy was quoted as saying that “the people, in Switzerland as in France, don’t want their country to change, that it be denatured. They want to keep their identity.”

Germany: 29.000 readers at Der Spiegel voted 76-21 percent, with 2 percent undecided, to ban minarets in Germany. 17,000 readers of Die Welt voted 82-16 in favor of “Yes, I feel cramped by minarets” over “No, freedom of religion is constrained.”

Spain: 14,000 readers of 20 Minutos voted 93-6 percent in favor of the statement “Good, we must curb Islamization’s growing presence” and against “Bad, it is an obstacle to the integration of immigrants.” 35,000 readers of El Mondo replied 80-20 percent that they support a Swiss-like banning of minarets.

I believe that even though Europe might be waking up to the danger of an Islamic demographic take-over, it might be too late. For more on this read: America Alone by Mark Stein