[ Ed. note – Israel’s supporters and its legions of hasbara apparatchiks are quite fond of telling us how wonderfully Christians are treated in the Jewish state. But an article published today in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz gives us a slightly different perspective. Palestinian Christians in Gaza are required to obtain permits to travel to Jerusalem for Easter observances, and according to the Haaretz report, Israeli authorities are refusing to issue permits to Christians aged 55 and under.
By Richard Edmondson
Imagine for a moment you’re the owner of a bed and breakfast. It’s a business you run out of your own home. Basically, to help support yourself, you rent your spare bedrooms out to tourists and other visitors who come to your area.
[ Ed. note – Did you know that the American Library Association publishes an annual list of the top “banned and challenged books”? The list is a compilation of books that have been highly criticized for their content and as a result have been either outright banned by certain school systems and/or public libraries, or whose distribution in those systems has at least been challenged.
By Richard Edmondson
Perhaps at some point we’ll see a sly Zionist pop up somewhere claiming the Kurds are an “ancient biblical people.”
(And doubtless, if so, he’d have plenty of money to buy off plenty of historians to “verify” his claim).
And maybe in the not-so-distant future we could even anticipate publication of a brand new modern English translation of the Bible with a rewording of the Book of Genesis to include the following: “So Abraham and his wife Sarah and his nephew Lot set out from Harran, but on the way they stopped off and got down and partied with their cousins, the Kurds, before heading off to conquer the land of Caanan.”
Don’t laugh. In the world we’re presently living in absurdities of this nature are well within the possible.
Most Americans probably don’t give it much thought, but Jewish federations are tax exempt, nonprofit organizations. That means that it’s legal to donate money to them and then write it off on your taxes. In a lot of cases, money donated through these organizations end up supporting illegal Israeli settlements. Under US law, however, this is “legal.”
[ Ed. note – Below is an article I wrote back in 2014 regarding a Hollywood film entitled “The Interview,” just then released. Putatively a “comedy,” the film starred Seth Rogen and James Franco and depicted the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
[ Ed. note – In the article below, Ariadna Theokopoulos offers some thoughts on how ordinary Jews might be helped to break the tribal bonds holding them to those Jewish elites who own the banking cartels and the media and who seem intent on saturating the world with skunk water. It is a much needed liberation…not only for the sake of ordinary Jews but all of humanity. ]