26.8.13

A7 Editorial Policy Is Now Completely Pro Xtian

B"H - Yes, and A7 seems to be taking money from xtians and is influencing your editorial policies, which is a hundred times worse and Melamed junior in Bracha allows these misioneries to come in to the Land, steal our jobs and worship their idol in our vineyards, which is a thousand times worse. "Christian Holyland Tour Guide"! Since when are we supposed to tolerate these? Don't forget, Hashem is a jealous G-d and He will present us with the bill for this filth.

- This is a censored talkback on Op-Ed: Greenbelt Festival: Christian (and one Jew's) Betrayal
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5 comments:

Esser Agaroth said...

Surprised?

I'm not, and I know you're not either.

:-/

Hidden Author said...

Isn't it funny how you can issue venomous declarations against Christians but if a Christian made a declaration a thousand times less harsh against Jews, he or she is an anti-Semite?

Ariel ben Yochanan said...

B"H - I don't think it is funny at all. Xtians murdered and persecuted Jews all over the centuries, almost immediately after their establishment, Jews did not and even today xtians keep on operating missionary conversion centers and operations against Jews in Israel and elsewhere, and again, Jews don't. So, on the practical level it is unthinkable and improper to put the two on the same level, as if they were equal: They are not. On the dogmatic level, I am not one of those who propose "inter-faith dialogue"; Judaism, as I understand it, does not allow for it and we have halacha, Jewish Law, that deals with this subject in detail, i.e how a Jews should behave in different circumstances in the Land of Israel or outside of the Land of Israel with non-Jews in general and with non-Jews who worship gods other than Hashem, our G-d, like the xtian man-god, in particular.

Hidden Author said...

Speaking of Jewish Law, was the persecution of Jesus, the Apostles and Paul, in accordance with Jewish Law or not? If so, wasn't the Roman dispersal of the Jews, the only thing keeping Jews from consistently persecuting Christians centuries before they had any power?

P.S. Ironically the Christian persecution of non-Christian religions was inspired by Torah verses against idolatory. Isn't that ironic?

Ariel ben Yochanan said...

B"H - No, it's not ironic at all, in as much as Torah distinguishes between The One G-d and idols, between The One Truth and lies. This is as far as I am prepared to discuss the matter with you: As I mentioned earlier, I am not a man of "inter-faith dialogue". Your next comment will not be published.