• Christopher
    Posted at 02:03h, 11 March

    Thanks For Posting This Article Joel. It Is Always Good To Hear The Real News And Reporting In The Land Of Israel.
    The Anti-Zionist Have a Hard Time Understanding a Jewish Persons Fervent Desire For a Homeland.
    If Anyone Knows Their History, The Jewish People Did Not Originally Desire To Return To Israel, But When the U.K. Made a Provision For Them They Reluctantly Returned Because Of The Persecution In Europe.
    It Is Awesome How God Has Been Faithful To These Ancient People!

  • Vernon
    Posted at 13:26h, 11 March

    An amazing read Joel!

    Thanks for posting!

  • linda keyes
    Posted at 13:55h, 11 March

    Very good article.
    Here in England israelis have been refused entry to our universities simply because of their origin (thanks to George Galloway and co) how ever it is not classed as apartheid or racist.
    It is amazing how personal bias can redefine a word.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 22:18h, 11 March

    Joining with an apartheid state makes absolutely no sense as to why Father Gabriel Nadaf wants Arabic speaking Christians in Israel to join the Israeli military.

  • Joel
    Posted at 22:23h, 11 March

    So glad that Father Gabriel is waking up Arab Christians. Sadly, the Arab Nationalist narrative has been little more than a recruitment vehicle for the Islamized Christianity that dominates the West Bank, Gaza Strip and is now making inroads into the larger evangelical movement as well. Truly a shame.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 00:30h, 14 March

    Exercising freedom of speech, in some places more circumspectly than others, is not to be taken for granted.

    As for supporters of Father Gabriel, what is in store falls into two categories: The efforts stand the test of time, or they collapse.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 22:22h, 17 March

    I’ve made it through the preface, and parts 1&2 of Caroline Glick’s latest book.

    If ever there was cause for Muslims to see Israel in a poor light, it is because of what this book communicates: Arabs refuse to take accountability for their actions.

    For the attitude they have has resulted in people wanting to be identified as Arabic Speaking Israelis, instead of Arabs.

  • David W. Lincoln
    Posted at 18:46h, 18 March

    Part 3 was finished yesterday, and as long as there will short term challenges (expanded welfare rolls and noses out of joint in Brussels and amongst Hezbullah) – this is where statecraft comes in to implement plan “B”, because relying on the US is no longer working.

  • Gabe
    Posted at 16:26h, 14 April

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