Israel Attacks Again the Holy See
The synod was hijacked by an anti-Israel majority—Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon
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"The synod was hijacked by an anti-Israel majority" said Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon on Sunday (October 24, 2010) while commenting on a synod of Catholic bishops from the Middle East that ended in Rome the day before.
Unlike Ayalon’s non-based statement, I can confidently clam that his preposterous statement is definitely part of a well organized campaign of the State of Israel against the Holy See and the Christian world in general. I beg for patience from my Muslim readers, this issue is extremely important also for the Muslim world.
The synod kept faithful to religion. It reads very similar to some of the articles I published in this website, especially to The True People of Israel. Archbishop Cyril Salim Bustros, leader of the Greek Melkite Church in the U.S., said: "We Christians cannot speak of the 'promised land' as an exclusive right for a privileged Jewish people, this promise was nullified by Christ. There is no longer a chosen people -- all men and women of all countries have become the chosen people." Following the closing meeting headed by Pope Benedict XVI, the synod published a statement saying "the Palestinian people will thus have an independent and sovereign homeland where they can live with dignity and security, the State of Israel will be able to enjoy peace and security within their internationally recognized borders. The Holy City of Jerusalem will be able to acquire its proper status, which respects its particular character, its holiness and the religious patrimony of the three religions: Jewish, Christian and Muslim. We hope that the two-state-solution might become a reality and not a dream only."
This is by no means new, yet Ayalon’s outrageous answer went to the extreme of claiming that: "We express our disappointment that this important synod has become a forum for political attacks on Israel in the best history of Arab propaganda," is nothing but another undesired attack on the church.
Ayalon talks nonsense. Jews were officially reminded of these facts by the Holy See. Theodor Herzl was an Austro-Hungarian journalist and the father of modern political Zionism. He lived between 1860 and 1904 and in Israel is known also as Hoze Ha'Medinah (Predictor of the State). The city of Tel Aviv was named after his work Altneuland (“The Old New Land,” 1902), a novel devoted to Zionism and translated to Hebrew as "Tel Aviv" (obscenely, this name refers to a place in Babylon – see Ezekiel 3:15 – and means “Hill of Spring”). The town to Tel Aviv’s north – Herzlia – was named in his honor. He is buried in Jerusalem’s Mount Herzl, which was also named in his honor. In 1903, Herzl attempted to obtain support for the Jewish homeland from Pope Pius X. Cardinal Rafael Merry del Val explained to him the Church's policy of non possumus on such matters, claiming that as long as the Jews deny the divinity of Christ, the Church certainly could not make a declaration in their favor. Yet, Ayalon is demanding now personal sanctions against Archbishop Bustros.
Despite this obvious reality, many American churches unconditionally support the State of Israel. Yet, the crimes of this organization are so obnoxious that it recently has been defined as just another antichrist and even as a terror inflicting organization by the UN Human Rights Council. This is the result of a massive propaganda campaign run by the Stateof Israel. In this context, Ayalon’s detestable statement is completely in place.
Ayalon attack is not new. On July 19, 2009, Haaretz published an outrageous article named Vatican teaching Hezbollah how to kill Jews, says pamphlet for IDF troops. I reviewed it in detail here. Following a lengthy analysis of its content, I concluded that it seems as a sophisticated extortion attempt by the State of Israel toward the Vatican: “Behave; otherwise we will publish more embarrassing lies about you on serious international newspapers we control,” was the message.
Shortly before that article was published, Pope Benedict XVI visited Holy Land. Reuven Rivlin – the Speaker of the Knesset at the time - attacked him verbally. "With all due respect to the Holy See, we cannot ignore the burden he bears, as a young German who joined the Hitler Youth and as a person who joined Hitler's army, which was an instrument in the extermination," Rivlin told Israel Radio and added: "He came and told us as if he were a historian, someone looking in from the sidelines, about things that should not have happened. And what can you do? He was a part of them." Rivlin bent reality backwards here. Soon afterwards the Holy See spokesman made a distinction between convinced Hitler Youth activists and members of the anti-aircraft units. "The Hitler Youth was a corps of volunteers, fanatically, ideologically for the Nazis," Lombardi said. The anti-aircraft auxiliary corps the pope was enrolled in towards the end of the war "had absolutely nothing to do with the Hitler Youth and the Nazis and Nazi ideology", he added. "It is important to say what is true and not to say false things about a very sensitive thing like this," Lombardi summarized, putting Rivlin in his right place. Similar examples can be found regularly on the Hebrew media.
Israel hits time and again personally when it cannot answer to the real issues. Israel is wrong all along the way and it knows it. They invariably attack the person; this is exposed in great detail in The Cross of Bethlehem and in the Refugee section of this website. In the case of the Holy See it involves a more Machiavellian scheme that aims at creating animosity between Christian and Muslims, for the benefit of Jews and war-bankers. Heil Rothschild!
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