Anti-Israel Christians Ponder Divestment

by Mark D. Tooley

Both the 7.6 million United Methodist Church and 2 million member Presbyterian Church (USA) will ponder anti-Israel divestment at their governing conventions later this year. Specifically targeted are 3 firms that ostensibly profit from the “occupation:” Caterpillar, Motorola, and Hewlett-Packard.
Perhaps with this battle in mind, Friends of Sabeel-North America (FOSNA), a chief anti-Israel advocate among churches, has hired a Presbyterian minister as its new organizer to reach a “wider Christian audience.” Sabeel’s describes his goal as addressing the “increasing awareness among American Christians and the Palestinian Christian community and the principles required for a ‘just peace’ between Israel and Palestine.”

In other words, the organizer will rally U.S. Christians initially for anti-Israel divestment and more ultimately against any special U.S. friendship for Israel, with the final goal of deconstructing Israel as a primarily Jewish democracy.

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2 Responses to Anti-Israel Christians Ponder Divestment

  1. findalis says:

    These are the same churches that worship according to Chrislam. What did you expect? To honor Genesis 12:2-3
    I will bless thee that blesses thee
    I will curse thee that curses thee
    And make thee a great nation upon the Earth.

    No wonder it feels like G-d has cursed this nation. We have people like that.


    • a12iggymom says:

      In my area, you’d have to include some catholic churches to the list of churches that preach chrislam…


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